Judy Watson: Blood Language
Lavishly illustrated, this invaluable study examines the scope and depth of the work of leading contemporary Australian artist Judy Watson. Exploring the plight of the dispossessed, indigenous Australians with whom she shares a family history and heritage, Watson’s works are divided into the seven defining elements within her artistic themes. Each section serves as an extended picture-essay featuring commentary from the artist about her work and travels as well as objective perspectives by art critics. Imaginative and empathetic, Judy Watson’s work is a remarkable example of indigenous Australian art.
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