Sculthorpe, Gaye. () The BP exhibition :indigenous Australia enduring civilisationMLA Citation
Sculthorpe, Gaye. The BP Exhibition: Indigenous Australia Enduring Civilisation. : . Print.
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The BP exhibition : indigenous Australia enduring civilisation /
Gaye Sculthorpe, John Carty, Howard Morphy, Maria Nugent, Ian Coates, Lissant Bolton, Jonathan Jones.
|Author, Curator:||Sculthorpe, Gaye|
|Published:||London : British Museum Press, |
|Topics:||Art, Aboriginal Australian - Exhibitions. | Art, Aboriginal Australian - Collectors and collecting - Exhibitions.|
|Regions:||Australia - Colonization - Exhibitions.|
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|100||1 |aSculthorpe, Gaye,|eauthor,|ecurator.|
|245||14|aThe BP exhibition :|bindigenous Australia enduring civilisation /|cGaye Sculthorpe, John Carty, Howard Morphy, Maria Nugent, Ian Coates, Lissant Bolton, Jonathan Jones.|
|246||30|aIndigenous Australia enduring civilisation|
|264||1|aLondon :|bBritish Museum Press,|c|
|300|||a272 pages :|billustrations (some color), color maps ;|c26 cm|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 263-265) and index.|
|505||00|tIntroduction /|rGaye Sculthorpe, Lissant Bolton and Ian Coates --|tUnderstanding country /|rHoward Morphy and John Carty --|tKimberley spear points /|rJohn Carty --|tFibrecraft /|rLissant Bolton --|tA symphony of lines : reading south-east shields /|rJonathan Jones --|tPainting country /|rJohn Carty --|tEncounters in country /|rMaria Nugent --|t"Everything after Cook was between all of us" /|rMaria Nugent --|tWilliam Barak, Coranderrk and the arts of diplomacy /|rMaria Nugent --|t"Let us hear no more of Pigeon" : violence in the Kimberley /|rIan Coates --|tThe Carrolup children's drawings /|rIan Coates --|tOut of country /|rGaye Sculthorpe --|tDrawing on country /|rGaye Sculthorpe.|
|520||8 |aPublished to accompany the first major UK exhibition on indigenous Australia, this groundbreaking new publication explores the profound impact and legacy of colonialism. The nature of collecting and the changing meaning of objects now in the collection of the British Museum are revealed through contributions from key experts and indigenous peoples and colonists were complex and nuanced, and contemporary Australian society is still dealing with this legacy, trying to transform or reconcile different worldviews. The exhibition was held at the British Museum, London, 23 April to 2 August 2015. The exhibition was organised with the National Museum of Australia.|
|650||0|aArt, Aboriginal Australian|vExhibitions.|
|650||0|aArt, Aboriginal Australian|xCollectors and collecting|vExhibitions.|
|710||2 |aBritish Museum,|ehost institution.|
|710||2 |aBritish Petroleum Company.|
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