Seeing more than black and white: picturing Aboriginality at Australia's National Portrait Gallery
In December 2008 Australia’s National Portrait Gallery opened to the public in a new building prominently positioned in the parliamentary triangle in the nation’s capital. In this essay I explore depictions of Aboriginality in the Gallery’s opening hang.
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||Australian Humanities Review 49 (2010): 1-28|
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