Lydia Balbal

Portfolio of the artworks exhibited in the Passage du Grand Cerf in Paris from 18 October to 8 December 2012. Organised by IDAIA - International Development for Australia Indigenous Art, the exhibition showcases artworks from the rising Aboriginal artist Lydia Balbal for her first solo exhibition outside Australia. Some artworks created by important women artists are also exhibited in another part of the exhibition space.
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Lydia Balbal - 180x96cm - Martakulu  / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x96cm - Martakulu / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 120x60cm - Pikarong, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 120x60cm - Pikarong, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 136x70cm - Untitled, 2011  / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 136x70cm - Untitled, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 104x93cm - Pikarong, 2009 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 104x93cm - Pikarong, 2009 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 120x90cm - Winpa / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 120x90cm - Winpa / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 61x61cm - Martukulu, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 61x61cm - Martukulu, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 90x90cm - Kulampurru, 2009 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 90x90cm - Kulampurru, 2009 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x95cm - Pikarong / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x95cm - Pikarong / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

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