A Year in Art: Australia 1992 Review, Dreams and Nightmares, Tate Modern
'The show beguiles with the richness and variety of indigenous Australian art, framing it emphatically as contemporary' – Financial Times
Taking as its starting point the landmark 1992 High Court ruling in favour of Torres Strait Islander land-rights activist Edo Koiki Mabo, this exhibition brings together works, many previously unseen in the UK, which respond to debates around land rights and the ongoing impact of colonisation. Includes works by Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Gordon Bennett, Vernon Ah Kee, Bonita Ely, Judy Watson.
Entrance is free; the exhibition runs until spring 2022.
Photo (c) courtesy of Vernon Ah Kee and Milani Gallery, Brisbane