Blak Douglas – “Prizna #2 2012”

Starting bid: $500.00

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I’ve developed a single ‘tag’­ PRIZNA. This is a homage to two factors. One, the generic opposition to ‘tagging’ and two, the abhorrent statistic that has seen a quarter of the Indigenous population of Australia behind bars.

Medium: Mixed Media

Dimensions: 72 x 102cm (framed size)

This piece is framed.

RRP: $1,500

Item condition: New

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Auction ends: 31/05/2018 9:00 pm
Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Starting bid: $500.00

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Born Adam Douglas Hill Blacktown (1970) Western Sydney to a Koori Father / Caucasian Mother. Trained in illustration & photography, became self – practiced in painting with a style influenced by the study of Graphic Design & devoutly politicised per social justice.

Collections: Blacktown & Liverpool City Councils, City of Sydney, Aboriginal Art Museum (Utrecht), National Gallery of Australia, National Maritime Museum, National Museum of Australia, Town Hall Collection, Taipei Museum. A successive finalist in the Telstra National Indigenous Art Award, the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize and a finalist in the Xstrata Emerging Artists Award and a 2015 Archibald Prize finalist.


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