Circles in the Sand: Aboriginal Art from Australia’s Central Desert in the Kluge-Ruhe CollectionApril 28, 2012 - September 09, 2012
Circles in the Sand: Aboriginal Art from Australia’s Central Desert in the Kluge-Ruhe Collection includes work from three desert communities – Papunya, Yuendumu and Balgo – each with their own distinct history and style of painting. In putting together this exhibition, Kluge-Ruhe focused on the art centers associated with these communities, which not only market art on behalf of the artists, but also serve community interests and empower Aboriginal people to achieve their own goals.
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