Aboriginal Art Exhibition In Germany At The Museum Ludwig

It is with much pride to present news, which has remained almost invisible in Australia, about a remarkable step up for Aboriginal Art, which comes in the form of an exhibition  titled: `REMEMBERING FORWARD: Aboriginal Paintings Since 1960`,  held at the prestigious MUSEUM LUDWIG in Cologne, Germany.

Unlike most other Aboriginal Art exhibitions that are offered overseas, this exhibition is not a survey show, but rather a focus on individual artists with a high degree of success.

SELECTED ARTISTS:

Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri (Including later works from the 1990s created at `Artspeak Studio Gallery`, Warrandyte) , Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri, Turkey Tolson Tjungurrayi, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Rover Thomas, Paddy Bedford, Queenie McKenzie, Emily Kngwarreye, Dorothy Napangardi

VIEW VIDEO:  Vernissage tv

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A Call To All Artists And Art Lovers

This is my first post and there is nothing more pressing to say right now than to ask all artists and art lovers to help GREENPEACE  build the new Rainbow Warrior.

I cannot seem to add the link here, so simply visit Greenpeace International where you will find the New Rainbow Warrior banner and link `GET ONBOARD‘ . Alternatively see the tweet to your right concerning the Rainbow Warrior and click the link, which should take you to the right place: to an introduction video ever so worthy of seeing and sharing with your friends.

BRAVO to all who participate, but if you cannot, though want to, BRAVO to you too. Though do remember that being a member of Greenpeace is free and that you are needed.