Australian Aboriginal Art Exhibition Comes to Ukraine

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The Australian Embassy in Ukraine kicked off the 2017 Kyiv cultural calendar by bringing a highly original indigenous art exhibition to the Ukrainian capital. The exhibition, held with the support of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the National Museum of Australia together with local partner Triptych: Global Arts Workshop, featured outstanding artworks from some of the finest Australian Indigenous artists of the twentieth century. Bark painting is one of the great traditions of world art, which has been practised by Aboriginal artists of Arnhem Land (Northern Territory, Australia) for millennia. This event was part of a programme throughout 2017 to celebrate 25 years of diplomatic relations between Australia and Ukraine, as well as marking 70 years of Ukrainian settlement in Australia. “We are delighted to introduce Ukrainian audiences to this collection of remarkable and stunning images – examples of a traditional art form produced by the world’s oldest continuing culture,” said Bruce Edwards, Chargé d’Affaires at the Australian Embassy in Ukraine. The exhibition will continue its Ukraine tour over the coming months

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