Author(s): Wally Caruana
This revised edition of Caruana's comprehensive survey contains new illustrations and updated information covering developments in the field of Aboriginal art, which thrives in a variety of contexts - sacred and secular - and in wide range of media.
'Aboriginal art has been put on the map and this book provides a sure-footed guide' - The World of Interiors 'Offers extremely detailed and confident interpretations' - The Times Literary Supplement
Wally Caruana graduated in Fine Arts from the Canberra School of Art in 1975, and was for over twenty years Curator of Aboriginal Art at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
Patterns of power - Arnhem Land and its surrounds; the art of place and journey - the desert; Land of the Wandjina - the Kimberley; diversity - North Queensland and the Torres Strait Islands; artists in the town and city.