MP3: My Country

15.06.2013

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My Country MP3

Despite its title there's nothing jingoistic about My Country/I Still Call Australia Home, the largest exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal art to be staged at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane. There's a perception that the state gallery doesn't rate Aboriginal art made within its borders. We talk to some of the artists and the curator, Bruce McLean. Source: abc.net.au

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