Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Exhibition

BACK TO BURRA BEE DEE

26 May - 2 July 2016

Back to Burra Bee Dee is a photographic portrayal of the history and development of a 'parcel of land' that was bequeathed to the Aboriginal people living in and around the township of Coonabarabran in western New South Wales.  One of these people and an early advocate for Aboriginal rights was Mary Jane Cain, the great, great grandmother of the artist, Warwick Keen.  Warwick is a Kamilaroi artist and TAFE teacher based in the Shoalhaven area.

Image:  Warwick Keen, Tresspassers (detail), 2014, Digital Print on Art Rag, 73 x 110cm

Warwick Keen, Tresspassers, 2015, Digital print on ArtRag, 73 x 110cm

 

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