Beyond the Papunya Dot / Le Point de Papunya

Artworks exhibited in the Musée du Montparnasse in Paris from 11 until 28 October 2012. Organised by Diff'Art Pacific and IDAIA - International Development for Australia Indigenous Art, the exhibition invites eight Australian artists and an art collective to present their vision of the Aboriginal art world through the exhibition of new works. It was conceived to resonate with a superb, historical exhibition: « Tjukurrtjanu: Origins of Western Desert Art ». All Artworks © The Artists
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Lydia Balbal - Martakulu, 2011 - acrylic on linen,  106x61cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Lydia Balbal - Martakulu, 2011 - acrylic on linen, - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Tania Mason - Finger blot lines (2012) - ink on paper, 21x29,7cm © The Artist

Tania Mason - Finger blot lines - ink on paper, © The Artist

Regina Wilson - Message sticks, 2012 - acrylic on canvas, 120x200cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Regina Wilson - Message sticks, 2012 - acrylic on canvas, - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Regina Wilson - Durrmu, 2010 - 200x200cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Regina Wilson - Durrmu, 2010 - - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Lydia Balbal - Untitled - acrylic on linen, 60x60cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Lydia Balbal - Untitled - acrylic on linen, - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Janelle Evans, What is Aboriginal art ?, 2012- Extrait vidéo, conversation avec Richard Bell, DVPAL – Stéréo, 12 mins © The Artist

Janelle Evans, What is Aboriginal art ?, 2012- Extrait vidéo, conversation avec Richard Bell, DVPAL – Stéréo, 12 mins © The Artist

Florence Gutchen, Usari, 2012 - Ghost nets, 60x10 cm © The Artist

Florence Gutchen, Usari, 2012 - Ghost nets, cm © The Artist

Northern Peninsula Area Home and Community Care and Ladies from Seisia, Umagico, Injinoo and Bamaga, Gecko, 2012, ghost net, 120 x 767 cm. Detail by Justin Bishop, courtesy Cairns Regional Gallery © The Artist

Northern Peninsula Area Home and Community Care and Ladies from Seisia, Umagico, Injinoo and Bamaga, Gecko, 2012, ghost net, 120 x 767 cm. Detail by Justin Bishop, courtesy Cairns Regional Gallery © The Artist

Alick Tipoti - Mawal 2 (2012) - 71x137cm - acrylic on canvas - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Alick Tipoti - Mawal 2 - - acrylic on canvas - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Janelle Evans - Dot on Trees I, 2012 - Digital print on aluminium, 40x30cm © The Artist

Janelle Evans - Dot on Trees I, 2012 - Digital print on aluminium, © The Artist


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