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  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 3 of 6

    September 27, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    The Paruku Project out at Lake Gregory in Western Australia wasn’t just about Indigenous people painting, but also work by the artists Kim Mahood, Mandy Martin, and David Leece. David, who is known more for being one of Melbourne’s leading architects and photographers, worked on a series that captured two views of the same scene... View Post

  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 2 to 6

    September 23, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    One of the objectives of the Paruku Project is to energize the Warruyarnta Art Centre in Mulan, the newest and perhaps most modest art center of the approximately 44 such organizations in central Australia. Aboriginal communities have few opportunities to generate income, and art centers have become a primary venue for doing so. The predominant... View Post

  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 1 of 6

    September 9, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    In August I flew from Reno to Los Angeles to make a 14-hour flight to Brisbane, Australia, caught a connecting flight for another three-and-a-half hours to Alice Springs in the center of the country, then hopped into a four-wheel-drive truck with artist Mandy Martin and drove another day-and-a-half to Lake Gregory–Australia’s equivalent to the Great... View Post