Actualites

PEINTURE PINTUPI D’AUSTRALIE


Australie – 2009 – 26 mn
Réalisateur : François Lévy-Kuentz
Production : Programm 33
Version française

‘Papunya, a rocky hole west of Kintore,’ is an acrylic canvas painted in 2002 by the Aboriginal Pintupi artist, Ningura Napurrula. She describes mythical places linked to a time of dreams, when the ancestors of each clan created the landscape. Ningura Napurrula’s painting describes a very unusual site, a waterhole in a rock, which belongs to her and which has a name. Since 1971, on Geoffrey Bardon’s initiative in Papunya, the aborigines from the desert in the west began to paint on canvases.

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