Organized by the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection

Bibliography

Compiled by Eleanore Neumann

Books and Articles

Aikman, Amos. “Yolngu Art’s U.S. Dreaming,” The Australian, August 26, 2017.

Allen, Louis A. Time before Morning: Art and Myth of the Australian Aborigines. Adelaide: Rigby, 1976.

Anderson, Jean M. “Fifty Years of Change in the Commercial Bark Paintings of North-East Arnhem Land.” PhD diss., University of Sydney, 1983.

Barber, Marcus. “Coastal Conflicts and Reciprocal Relations: Encounters between Yolngu People and Commercial Fishermen in Blue Mud Bay, North-East Arnhem Land.” Australian Journal of Anthropology 21, no. 3 (2010 2010): 298-314.

———. “Where the Clouds Stand: Australian Aboriginal Relationships to Water, Place, and the Marine Environment in Blue Mud Bay, Northern Territory.” PhD diss., Research School of Humanities and the Arts, 2005.

Berndt, Ronald M. Australian Aboriginal Art. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1964.

———. Djanggawul: An Aboriginal Religious Cult of North-Eastern Arnhem Land. London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1952.

———.  Love Songs of Arnhem Land.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976.

Berndt, Ronald M., and Catherine H. Berndt. Arnhem Land, Its History and Its People.  Melbourne: Cheshire, 1954.

———.  The World of the First Australians: An Introduction to the Traditional Life of the Australian Aborigines. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1964.

Berrell, Nina. “Inroads Offshore: The International Exhibition Program of the Aboriginal Arts Board, 1973–1980.” ReCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia 4, no. 1 (April 2009): 13–30.

Blackburn, Richard Arthur, and A. J. Leslie. Milirrpum v. Nabalco Pty. Ltd. and the Commonwealth of Australia. Gove Land Rights Case: A Claim by Aborigines That Their Interests in Certain Land Had Been Invaded Unlawfully by the Defendants. Sydney: Law Book Co, 1971.

Brokensha, Peter, and Chris McGuigan. “Listen to the Dreaming: The Aboriginal Homelands Movement.” Australian Natural History 19 (October–December 1977): 118–23.

Burawanga, Laklak, Ritjilili Ganambarr, Merrkiyawuy Ganambarr-Stubbs, Banbapuy Ganambarr, Djawundil Maymuru, Sarah Wright, Sandie Suchet-Pearson and Kate Lloyd. Welcome to My Country. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin, 2013.

Cawte, John. The Universe of the Warramirri: Art, Medicine and Religion in Arnhem Land. Kensington: New South Wales University Press, 1993.

Chaseling, Wilbur S. Children of Arnhem Land (North Australia). Sydney: Dept. of Overseas Missions of the Methodist Church of Australasia, 1939.

———. Yulengor: Nomads of Arnhem Land. London: Epworth Press, 1957.

Chubb, Claudette, Nancy Sever and Australian National University. Indigenous Art at the Australian National University. Melbourne: Macmillan, 2009.

Clark, Marshall Alexander, and Sally K. May. Macassan History and Heritage. Journeys, Encounters and Influences. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2013.

Cole, Keith. The Aborigines of Arnhem Land. Adelaide: Rigby, 1979.

———. Arnhem Land: Places and People. Adelaide: Rigby, 1980.

Day, Robert, and Fred Whitehead. Dreamtime: Remembering Ed Ruhe, 1923–1989. Chestertown, MD: Literary House Press, 1993.

Deger, Jennifer. “Seeing the Invisible: Yolngu Video as Revelatory Ritual.” Visual Anthropology 20 (2007): 103-21.

Department of the Interior and Australia Department of the Interior. “Gove Peninsula.” Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1971.

Dewar, Mickey. The “Black War” in Arnhem Land: Missionaries and the Yolŋu, 1908–1940. Darwin: Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit, 1992.

Edwards, Robert, and Bruce Guerin. Aboriginal Bark Paintings. Adelaide: Rigby, 1969.

Egan, Ted. Justice All Their Own: The Caledon Bay and Woodah Island Killings, 1932–1933. Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2018.

Eggerking, Kitty. “Landmarks: Reading the Gove Peninsula.” PhD diss., Research School of Humanities and the Arts, 2013.

Elkin, Adolphus Peter, Catherine H. Berndt, and Ronald M. Berndt. Art in Arnhem Land.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1950.

Findlay, Elizabeth. Arcadian Quest: William Westall’s Australian Sketches. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1998.

Flinders, Matthew. A Voyage to Terra Australis: Undertaken for the Purpose of Completing the Discovery of That Vast Country, and Prosecuted in the Years 1801, 1802, and 1803. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Gay’Wu Group of Women, Laklak Burarrwana, Ritjilili Ganambarr, Merrkiyawuy Ganambarr-Stubbs, Banbapuy Ganambarr, Djawundil Maymuru, Sarah Wright, Sandie Suchet-Pearson and Kate Lloyd. Song Spirals: Sharing Women’s Wisdom of Country through Songlines. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin, 2019.

Geissler, Marie. The Making of Indigenous Australian Contemporary Art: Arnhem Land Bark Painting, 1970–1990. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2021.

Groger-Wurm, Helen M. Australian Aboriginal Bark Paintings and Their Mythological Interpretation, vol. 1, Eastern Arnhem Land. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 30; Social Anthropology Series, 5. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1973.

Hamby, Louise. Containers of Power: Women with Clever Hands. Richmond, VIC: Utber and Patullo Publishing, 2010.

Huda, Shireen. Pedigree and Panache: A History of the Art Auction in Australia. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2008.

Hutcherson, Gillian. Djalkiri Wäŋa, the Land Is My Foundation. Occasional Paper, no. 4., 50 Years of Aboriginal Art From Yirrkala, Northeast Arnhem Land. Perth: University of Western Australia in association with the Berndt Museum of Anthropology, 1995.

———. Gong-Wapitja: Women and Art from Yirrkala, Northeast Arnhem Land. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1998.

Jordan, Caroline. “Cultural Exchange in the Midst of Chaos: Theodore Sizer’s Exhibition ‘Art of Australia 1788–1941.’” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art 13 (2013): 24–51.

Kleinert, Sylvia, and Margo Neale. The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture. South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Kupka, Karel. Dawn of Art: Painting and Sculpture of Australian Aborigines. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1965.

———. Un art a l’etat brut: Peintures et sculptures des aborigenes d’ Australie. Lausanne: Clairefontaine, 1962.

Lane, Robert Lazarus. “Wukun Wanambi’s Nhina, Nhäma, Ga Ngäma (Sit, Look, and Listen.” In Indigenous Archives: The Making and Unmaking of            Aboriginal Art, edited by Darren Jorgensen and Ian McLean, 227-249. Crawley: University of Western Australia Publishing, 2017.

Largy Healy, Jessica de. “‘My Art Talks About Link’: The Peregrinations of Yolŋu Art in a Globalized World.” In Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence: The Proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art, edited by Jaynie Anderson, 791–96. Carlton, VIC: Miegunyah Press, 2009.

Lendon, Nigel. “Visual Evidence: Space, Place, and Innovation in Bark Paintings of Central Arnhem Land.” Australian Journal of Art 12 (1994-1995): 55-74.

Loveday, Peter, and Peter Cooke. Aboriginal Arts and Crafts and the Market. Darwin: Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit, 1983.

Magowan, Fiona. “Shadows of Song: Exploring Research and Performance Strategies in Yolngu Women’s Crying-Songs.” Oceania 72, no. 2 (December 2001): 89-104.

Marawili, Djambawa, Annette Kogolo and Christina Balcombe Davidson. “The Land and the Sea Can’t Talk We Have to Talk for Them.” Artlink 36, no. 2 (2016): 26–33.

Marawili, Djambawa, “On Homelands and Caring for Indigenous Knowledge.” ANKAAA Arts Backbone 14, no. 2 (December 2014-January 2015 2014): 2-3.

Marawili, Wakuthi. Djeṯ: Dhuwalny Dhawu Djetpuy: Dhuwalny Madarrpa dhawu Dundiwuywunu djamawuy | This Is a Story about the Boy Who Became a Sea-Eagle. Yirrkala: Yirrkala Literature Production Centre, 1977.

Marika, Banduk, “Banduk Marika,” in Aboriginal Voices: Contemporary Aboriginal Artists, Writers and Performers, edited by Liz Thompson, 86-91.. Marleston: J.B Books, 1999

Marika, Wandjuk, and Jennifer Isaacs. Wandjuk Marika: Life Story as Told to Jennifer Isaacs. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1995.

May, Sally, K. Collecting Cultures: Myth, Politics, and Collaboration in the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition.  Lanham, Maryland: AltaMira Press, 2010.

Maymuru, Narritjin. The Milky Way. Sydney : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Group, 1978.

McIntosh, Ian. Between Two Worlds: Essays in Honour of the Visionary Aboriginal Elder David Burrumarra M.B.E. Indianapolis: Dog Ear Publishing, 2015.

McLean, Ian. How Aborigines Invented the Idea of Contemporary Art: Writings on Aboriginal Contemporary Art. Sydney: Power Publications, 2011.

———. Rattling Spears: A History of Indigenous Australian Art. London: Reaktion, 2016.

Mimmocchi, Denise, ed. Tony Tuckson. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2018.

Moore, Jillian. Top End Nurses: Bush Nursing in the Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory 1964–1974. Darwin: Historical Society of the Northern Territory, 2012.

Morgan, Kenneth. Yolŋu. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Morphy, Frances, and Howard Morphy. “Thwarted Aspirations: The Political Economy of a Yolŋu Outstation, 1972 to the Present.” In Experiments in Self-Determination: Histories of the Outstation Movement in Australia, edited by Nicolas Peterson and Fred Myers, 301-322. Canberra: ANU Press, 2016.

Morphy, Frances, and Benjamin R. Smith. The Social Effects of Native Title Recognition, Translation, Coexistence. Canberra: ANU Press, 2007.

Morphy, Frances, and Felicity Wright. The Art and Craft Centre Story: A Survey of Thirty-Nine Aboriginal Community Art and Craft Centres in Remote Australia. Woden, ACT: Broadcasting, Language, Arts, and Culture Section, ATSIC, 1999.

Morphy, Howard. Aboriginal Art. London: Phaidon Press, 2013.

———. Ancestral Connections: Art and an Aboriginal System of Knowledge. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995.

———. Becoming Art: Exploring Cross-Cultural Categories. New York: Berg, 2007.

———. “From Dull to Brilliant: The Aesthetics of Spiritual Power among the Yolŋu.” In Anthropology, Art, and Aesthetics, edited by Jeremy Coote and Anthony Shelton, 181–208. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992.

———. “Landscape and the Reproduction of the Ancestral Past.” In The Anthropology of Landscape, edited by Eric Hirsch and Michael O’Hanlon, 184-209. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

———. “Mutual Conversion? The Methodist Church and the Yolŋu, with Particular Reference to Yirrkala.” Humanities Research 12, no. 1 (2005): 41–54.

———. “Saltwater Country—Paintings from Yirrkala.” Art and Australia 38, no. 3 (2001): 420–27.

———. “What Circles Look Like.” Canberra Anthropology 3, no. 1 (1980): 17-36.

Morphy, Howard, Philippa Deveson and Katie Hayne. The Art of Narritjin Maymuru. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2005.

Morphy, Howard, and Frances Morphy. “The Blue Mud Bay Case: Refractions through Saltwater Country.” Dialogue: The Journal of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia 28, no. 1 (2009): 15-25.

———. “Tasting the Waters: Discriminating Identities in the Waters of Blue Mud Bay.” Journal of Material Culture 11, no. 1–2 (2006): 67–85.

Mountford, Charles. “Exploring Stone Age Arnhem Land.” National Geographic 96, no. 6 (1949): 745-82.

———. Records of the American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land, Part 1: Art, Myth and Symbolism. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1956.

Perkins, Hetti. “A Privileged Moment: Retracing Tony Tuckson’s Pioneering Journey North.” Art and Australia 47, no. 1 (2009).

Peterson, Nicolas. Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land. Carlton, VIC: Miegunyah Press, 2003.

Rigsby, Bruce, and Nicolas Peterson. Donald Thomson: The Man and Scholar. Canberra: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia with support from Museum Victoria, 2005.

Rudder, John. “Yolngu Cosmology: An Unchanging Cosmos Incorporating a Rapidly Changing World,” DPhil diss., Australian National University, 1993

Salvestro, Denise Yvonne. “Printmaking by Yolŋu Artists of Northeast Arnhem Land: ‘Another Way of Telling Our Stories.’” PhD diss., Australian National University, 2016.

Scougall, Stuart. Australian Aboriginal Bark Painting: A Brief Survey. Sydney: Edwards and Shaw, 1963.

Shepherdson, Ella, and Harold Shepherdson. Half a Century in Arnhem Land. One Tree Hill, SA: Ella and Harold Shepherdson, 1981.

Smith, Margo. “Aesthete and Scholar: Two Complementary Influences on the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia.” In The Makers and Making of Indigenous Australian Museum Collections, edited by Nicolas Peterson, Lindy Allen and Louise Hamby, 556-579. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press, 2008.

Smith, Terry. “Marking Places, Cross-Hatching Worlds: The Yirrkala Panels.” E-Flux 111 (September 2020).

Smith, Tim, and Stephen Anderson, eds. Getting into Prints: A Symposium on Aboriginal Printmaking. Darwin: Association of Northern and Central Australian Aboriginal Artists in association with the School of Fine Arts, Northern Territory University, 1993.

Spencer, Baldwin. Native Tribes of the Northern Territory of Australia. London: Macmillan, 1914.

———. Wanderings in Wild Australia, in Two Volumes. London: Macmillan, 1928.

Spilia, Elina. “Shark People: Djapu Painting and the Miny’tji Buku Larrŋgay Collection.” Art Journal of the National Gallery of Victoria 47 (January 29, 2014): 6-15

———. “Gulumbu Yunupingu: Into the Light.” Art and Australia 47, no. 1 (Spring 2010): 118-23.

———. “A World in a Turtle Egg.” Meanjin 65, no. 1 (January 2006): 154–63.

Sprague, Quentin. “White Lines: The Recent Work of Nyapanyapa Yunupingu.” Discipline 3 (Winter 2013): 59-68.

———. “Yolngu Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.”  Stamm (2012). Published electronically October 2012. http://stamm.com.au/yolngu-art-in-the-age-of-mechanical-reproduction.

Stephenson, Margaret A., and Suri Ratnapala. Mabo. A Judicial Revolution: The Aboriginal Land Rights Decision and Its Impact on Australian Law. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

Stubbs, Will. “A Short History of Yolŋu Activist Art.” Artlink 36, no. 2 (2016): 18–25.

Stubbs, Will, and Yinimala Gumana. “It Comes from the Spirit of the Land: Yinimala Gumana in Conversation with Will Stubbs.” Artlink, 2014, 50–53.

Swain, Tony, and Deborah Bird Rose. Aboriginal Australians and Christian Missions. Special Studies in Religions, vol. 6. Bedford Park: Australian Association for the Study of Religions, 1988.

Tamai, Sachiko. Reflections: Australian Artists Living in Tokyo. Bloomington, IN: Balboa Press, 2019.

Taylor, Luke. “Transformations of Bark Painting since the Nineteenth Century.” In Cambridge Companion to Australian Art, edited by Jaynie Anderson, 143-52. Port Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Thomas, Martin. Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition. Acton, ACT: ANU E Press, 2011.

Thomson, Donald. Economic Structure and the Ceremonial Exchange Cycle in Arnhem Land. Melbourne: Macmillan, 1949.

Thomson, Donald F., Michael J. Christie, Stephen Fox and Charles Nawuŋgurr Yunupingu. N.T.S.R.U. 1941–1943: Northern Territory Special Reconnaissance Unit. Yirrkala, NT: Yirrkala Literature Production Centre, 1992.

Toner, Peter. Strings of Connectedness: Essays in Honour of Ian Keen. Canberra: Australian National University Press, 2015

Waṉambi, Wukuṉ , and Ishmael Marika. “The Mulka Project.” Artlink 36, no. 2 (2016): 82–84.

Waṉambi, Wukuṉ and Henry Skerritt. “The Mulka Project: The Whole Picture.” Art Monthly Australia, no. 282 (2015): 30–31.

Waṉambi, Wukuṉ, Johanna Marie Ellersdorfer and Robyn Sloggett. “Bark Paintings and Orchids: A Technical Discussion of Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land.” Bulletin 33, no. 1 (2012): 30–40.

Warner, W. Lloyd. A Black Civilization: A Social Study of an Australian Tribe. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937.

Webb, T. Theodor. The Aborigines of East Arnhem Land, Australia. Ninth Methodist Laymen’s Memorial Lecture. Victoria: Methodist Laymen’s Missionary Movement, 1934.

———. From Spears to Spades.  Sydney : Deptartment of Overseas Missions, 1938

Wells, Ann E. Skies of Arnhem Land. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1964 

———. This Their Dreaming. St. Lucia: Univ. of Queensland Press, 1971.

Wells, Edgar.  Reward and Punishment in Arnhem Land, 1962–1963. AIAS New Series, no. 38. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1982.

Williams, Nancy. “Australian Aboriginal Art at Yirrkala: The Introduction and Development of Marketing.” In Ethnic and Tourist Arts: Cultural Expressions from the Fourth World, edited by Nelson H. H. Graburn, 266–84. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976.

———. The Yolŋu and Their Land: A System of Land Tenure and the Fight for Its Recognition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1986.

Yunupiŋu, Banygal (1), Läkläk Yunupiŋu-Marika, Dhuwarrwarr Marika, Banduk Marika, Balŋayŋu Marika, Raymattja Marika and Glenn Wightman. Rirratjiŋu Ethnobotany: Aboriginal Plant Use from Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, Australia. Palmerston, NT: Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 1995.

Yunupiŋu, Djaḻaliŋba, Rirraliny Yunupiŋu, Ṉalpinya Yunupiŋu and Yirrinyina Yunupiŋu. Ganbulapula: The Story of the Land Around the Old Dhupuma College. Yirrkala: Yirrkala Community School Literature Production Centre, 1995.

Exhibition and Collection Catalogues

Aboriginal and Melanesian Art. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1975.

Aboriginal Art: An Exhibition Presented by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 8–19 May 1984. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1984.

Aboriginal Art of the Top End, c. 1935–Early 1970s: National Gallery of Victoria, October–December 1988. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 1988.

Aboriginal Art, Past and Present: [Traveling Exhibition, New Guinea, July 1980]: An Exhibition of Aboriginal Works of Art from the Permanent Collections of the Museums and Art Galleries Board of the Northern Territory of Australia. Darwin: Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1980.

Aboriginal Bark Paintings. Wellington: National Art Gallery of New Zealand in association with the Art Gallery of South Australia, 1974.

Adam, Leonhard. Exhibition of Aboriginal Arts and Crafts. Melbourne: Velasquez Gallery in association with Tye and Co., 1945.

Allen, Lindy. Ancestral Power and the Aesthetic: Arnhem Land Paintings and Objects from the Donald Thomson Collection. Melbourne: Ian Potter Museum of Art, 2009.

Allen, Louis A. Australian Aboriginal Art: Arnhem Land. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History Press, 1972.

———. Australian Aboriginal Art from Arnhem Land: The Louis A. Allen Collection. San Francisco: M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1974.

Anderson, Patricia. Aboriginal Bark Paintings from the Collection of the Art Gallery of NSW: North-East Arnhem Land, Maningrida, Milingimbi, Yirrkala. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales in association with D. West, Government Printer, 1981.

Art and Magic, Arnhem Land, Australia: A Loan Exhibition Circulated by the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service, Washington, D.C. Washington, DC: The Service, 1953.

The Art of the First Australians. Japan: Kobe City Museum, 1986.

Australian Aboriginal Art. Newcastle: Newcastle City Art Gallery in association with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Hunter Branch of the W.E.A. of NSW, 1962.

Australian Aboriginal Art. Newcastle: Newcastle City Art Gallery in association with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1968.

Australian Aboriginal Art. Newcastle, NSW: Newcastle City Art Gallery, 1970.

Australian Aboriginal Bark Paintings. Newcastle, NSW: Newcastle City Art Gallery, 1973.

Australian Aboriginal Culture: An Exhibition Arranged by the Australian National Committee for UNESCO. Sydney: Australian Museum in association with A. H. Pettifer, 1953.

Australian Bark Paintings: An Exhibition, Fall 1968: University Friends’ Center, 4001 Ninth Avenue, Seattle Washington. Seattle: University Friends’ Center, 1968.

Barrett, Charles, and Alfred S. Kenyon. Australian Aboriginal Art. Melbourne: Government Printer for the Public Library, Museums, and National Gallery of Victoria, 1929.

Bennett, W. Lance. Oosutoraria mikai bijutsu [Art of the Dreamtime]: The Dorothy Bennett Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1969.

Beresford, Amanda. Arnhem Land Dreaming: Bark Paintings from Tasmanian Collections. Hobart: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 1993.

Berndt, Ronald M., and Catherine H. Berndt. Arnhem Land Art (Northern Territory of Australia): Exhibition by the Australian National Research Council and the Department of Anthropology, Sydney University, NSW: David Jones Art Gallery, 1949.

———. Art of Arnhem Land: An Exhibition of Australian Aboriginal Art: Arnhem Land Paintings on Bark and Carved Human Figures, Arranged by the Anthropology Section of the University of Western Australia and the Western Australian Museum. Perth: Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1957.

Berndt, Ronald M., Catherine H. Berndt and J. E. Stanton. Australian Aboriginal Art: In the Anthropology Museum of the University of Western Australia. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, for the Anthropology Museum Board of Management, 1980.

Blagg, Margaret. Australian Bark Paintings. Beaumont, TX: Beaumont Art Museum, 1977.

Bober, Harry. Oceanic Art from the Collection of Professor Harry Bober, New York University, Exhibition 16 Mar.–25 Apr. 1980. Rochester, MI: Meadow Brook Art Gallery, 1980.

Brody, Anne Marie. Larrakitj: Kerry Stokes Collection. West Perth, WA: Australian Capital Equity in association with Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre, 2010.

Cameron, Angus. Djalkiri: We Are Standing on Their Names, Blue Mud Bay. Parap, NT: Nomad Art Productions in association with the 24Hr Art–Northern Territory Centre for Contemporary Art, 2010.

Carrick, John, ed. Art of the First Australians: An Exhibition of Aboriginal Painting, Sculpture, and Artefacts of the Past Two Hundred Years. Camperdown, NSW: Australian Exhibit Organisation and the Aboriginal Arts Board of the Australia Council in association with Wymond Morell, 1977.

Caruana, Wally. Ancestors and Spirits: Aboriginal Painting from Arnhem Land in the 1950s and 1960s. Canberra: Australian National Gallery, 1987.

———, ed. Painted Objects from Arnhem Land. Canberra, ACT: Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National Gallery, 1986.

Caruana, Wally, and Nigel Lendon, eds. The Painters of the Wagilag Sisters Story, 1937–1997. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1998.

Chambers, Letitia, ed. Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press in association with the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 2020.

Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, ed. Tuzlu su: düşünce biçimleri üzerine bir teori [Saltwater: A Theory of Thought Forms]. Istanbul: Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, 2015.

Cochrane, Susan. Aboriginal Art Collections: Highlights from Australia’s Public Museums and Galleries. St Leonards, NSW: Craftsman House, 2001.

Commande Publique d’Art Aborigène [Australian Indigenous Art Commission]. Paddington, NSW: Art and Australia in association with the Musée du quai Branly, 2006.

Conway, Rebecca J., ed. Djalkiri: Yolŋu Art, Collaborations and Collections. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2021.

Cooke, Peter, and Jon Altman, eds. Aboriginal Art at the Top: A Regional Exhibition. Maningrida, NT: Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory in association with Galiwinku Arts and Crafts, Maningrida Arts and Crafts, Mimi Aboriginal Arts and Crafts, Tiwi Pima and Tiwi Designs, Umbakumba Outstations, Aboriginal Corporation and Yirrkala Arts and Crafts, 1982.

Cooper, Carol. Aboriginal Australia. Sydney: National Gallery of Victoria in association with the Australian Gallery Directors’ Council, 1981.

Coyne, Cynthia. Buku Larrŋgay Mulka Printmakers (1996–1998). Yirrkala: Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre, 1998.

Cranstone, Bryan A. L. The Australian Aborigines. London: British Museum, 1973.

Creighton, Chad. Yirrkala Artists: Everywhen: Bark Paintings from the State Art Collection. Perth: Art Gallery of Western Australia, 2009.

Croft, Brenda L. Right Here Right Now: Recent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Acquisitions. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 2006.

Crossroads—Toward a New Reality: Aboriginal Art from Australia. Kyoto: National Museum of Modern Art in association with the Art Gallery of Western Australia, 1992.

Cubillo, Franchesca, and Wally Caruana. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art: Collection Highlights from the National Gallery of Australia. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 2010.

Cubillo, Franchesca, Wally Caruana and Carly Lane, eds. UnDisclosed: 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 2012.

Cumpston, Nici and Lisa Slade, eds. Tarnanthi. Adelaide: Aert Gallery of New South Wales, 2019.

Curtin, Travis, ed. One Foot on the Ground, One Foot in the Water. Bendigo, VIC: La Trobe Art Institute, 2020.

D’ Harnoncourt, Rene, Paul S. Wingert and Paul Linton. Arts of the South Seas. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1946.

Davidson, James A. Australian Aboriginal Art: The Louis A. Allen Collection. Santa Barbara: University Art Galleries, University of California, 1970.

———. The Melbourne Moomba Festival 1963: Exhibition of Aboriginal Art. Melbourne: The Festival in association with the Aborigines Advancement League, 1963.

———. The Melbourne Moomba Festival 1967: Exhibition of Aboriginal Art. Melbourne: The Festival in association with Monash and Melbourne University Aboriginal Scholarship Scheme, 1963.

Dhuwarrwarr Marika: Milŋurr—The Sacred Spring. Caulfield North, VIC: Vivien Anderson Gallery, 2008.

Die Kunst der australischen ureinwohner lebt. Dresden: Japanisches Palais in association with the Museum fur Volkerkunde zu Leipzig and the Staatliches Museum fur Volkerkunde Dresden, 1981.

Dodson, Michael, Basil Hall and Djon Mundine. Etched in the Sun: Prints Made by Indigenous Artists in Collaboration with Basil Hall and Printers, 1997–2007. Canberra: Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, 2008.

Eagle, Mary. Three Creative Fellows: Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Narritjin Maymuru. Canberra: ANU E Press in association with Drill Hall Gallery, 2007.

Edwards, Robert, ed. Art of Aboriginal Australia. Stratford, ONT: Rothmans of Pall Mall, 1975.

Elliot, David, ed. 17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age. Woolloomooloo, NSW: Biennale of Sydney in association with Thames and Hudson Australia, 2010.

Elsasser, Albert B., and Vivian Paul. Australian Aboriginal Art: The Louis A. Allen Collection. Berkeley: Robert H. Lowie Museum of Anthropology of the University of California, Berkeley, 1969.

Enwezor, Okwui, Katy Siegel and Ulrich Wilmes, eds. Postwar: Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965. London: Prestel Publishing, 2016.

Exposition Universelle, 1855; Catalogue Des Objets Exposés Dans La Section Britannique de l’Exposition [Paris Universal Exhibition 1855; Catalogue of the Works Exhibited in the British Section of the Exhibition]. London: Chapman and Hall, 1855.

Fire and Lightning: A Solo Exhibition by Napuwarri Marawili. Brisbane, QLD: Suzanne O’Connell Gallery in association with Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre, 2008.

Folch Rusiñol, Alberto, and Eudaldo Serra Güell. Arte Aborigen Australiano. Madrid: Ateneo de Madrid in association with the Ministerio de Información y Turismo, 1967.

Foley, Fiona, and Djon Mundine, eds. Tyerabarrbowaryaou II: I Shall Never Become a White Man, [Exhibition Developed for] 5th Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1994.

Francastel, Pierre. Emblèmes, totems, blasons: [exposition] Musée Guimet, mars–juin 1963. Paris: Musée Guimet in association with the Ministère d’État Affaires Culturelles, 1964.

Galuma Maymuru, Dhukal Wirrpanda: Bark Paintings and Ceremonial Poles. Sydney: Annandale Galleries in association with Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre, 2007.

Garside, Sioux. Aboriginal Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land, 2 November–2 December, 1984. Newcastle, NSW: Newcastle Region Art Gallery, 1984.

Gaymala Yunupingu, Nancy, and Stephen Fox. I’m Gumatj Lady: This Is My—My Painting, This One. Yirrkala, NT: Yirrkala Literature Production Centre, 1992.

Gilchrist, Stephen, ed. Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Art at the Hood Museum of Art. Hanover, NH.: Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, 2012.

———, ed.  Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia. New Haven, CT: Harvard Art Museums in association with Yale University Press, 2016.

Gomes, Mark, and Rowena Robertson. NGV Triennial. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2017.

Gott, Ted, ed. Don’t Leave Me This Way: Art in the Age of AIDS. Canberra: National Gallery of Australia, 1995.

Gregory, Bill, Will Stubbs, Howard Morphy and Djambawa Marawili. Djambawa Marawili: Source of Fire 2003–2005. Sydney: Annandale Galleries in association with Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Centre, 2005.

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