Judy Watson: Blood Language

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The Miegunyah Press, 2009 - Art - 238 pages
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Lavishly illustrated, this invaluable studyŠexamines theŠscope and depthŠof the workŠof 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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About the author (2009)

Judy WatsonŠis a recipient of several major contemporary art awards, including the Moďt & Chandon Fellowship andŠthe National Gallery of Victoria's Clemenger Award. In 2006, two of her works were permanently installed within the architectural fabric of the Mus_e du Quai Branly in Paris. Louise Martin-Chew is a former editor of Art and Australia magazine and a regular contributor to the Australian and other national art magazines, catalogs, and books. She is the coauthor of The Heart of Everything: The Art and Artists of Bentinck and Mornington Islands.

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