by : A new exhibition at Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria puts the work of female Indigenous artists front and centre…


With more than 200 pieces by 118 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, Who’s Afraid of Colour? features paintings, installations, sculpture and textural work from some of Australia’s most important contemporary artists – some never before shown to the public.

Bindi Cole Chocka Wolf in sheep’s clothing 2013













Yhonnie Scarce Blood on the wattle













Claudia Moodoonuthi (painted skateboards)














































Source: Guardian