The master from Marnpi carefully traces Namarari’s journey as a child, survivor, stockman, traveller, artist, family leader, cultural advocate and community member; through his life as a boy, adult and old man. This detailed and sensitive narration of Namarari’s fascinating life in Australia’s desert settlements is illuminating for readers interested in Aboriginal art, yielding broader insights into Aboriginal artists’ lives, the meaning of their art and the links between an art centre and the marketplace.
- Hardback with jacket, 244 pages, 300 x 240mm.
- 238 illustrations including 75 artworks; map, tables, glossary, bibliography and comprehensive notes.
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