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Sport Rennes. The Kaluta tjuta event exhibition, an invitation to discover Aboriginal art

12:25  25 october  2020
12:25  25 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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François Coulon, commissaire d’exposition présente l’exposition Kulata Tjuta © Ouest-France François Coulon, curator presents the Kulata Tjuta

exhibition With the Kaluta tjuta event exhibition, the Museum of Fine Arts de Rennes hosts 34 works by artists from South Australia. They left the Australian continent exceptionally and traveled 16,000 km towards Brittany.

Betty Muffler et Marinka Burton © DR Betty Muffler and Marinka Burton

This exhibition almost did not take place. Due to the health crisis, everything has been called into question. The monumental paintings but also a set of 250 kg of spears, an artistic replica to the nuclear tests of the 1950s in the extreme north of South Australia, and "which should have found its place in the cloister of the Jacobins convent" explained Loïg Chesnais Girard, president of the Region, could not make the trip. Two reasons for this, the explosion in the cost of air freight and the inability for the artists who had to install it to make the trip.

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Joséphine Mick © DR Joséphine Mick Canvases created especially for the

exhibition The Kalata Tjuta exhibition (which means, a lot of spears) is colorful, magical, moving. It shows the public a selection of Anagu canvases, unpublished contemporary works, created especially for the exhibition, based on multi-millennial cultural practices, transmitted by the ancients. They tell in images and keep in memory the beliefs, codes and geography specific to this aboriginal people. "They are appreciated in contemplation. Many of the messages are subjective ”, underlines François Coulon, exhibition curator

In this part of Australia, this culture is promoted through art centers, which bring together more than 500 Anangu artists, men and women, from of three generations. These very active centers allow them to exhibit and market their works.

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Buy aboriginal art directly from Warlukurlangu Artists . Browse hundreds of beautiful artworks , meet aboriginal artists , learn Aboriginal dreamtime stories. “It is not every day that a new kind of beauty is born,” says Professor Roger Benjamin of the University of Sydney, the exhibition ’s guest curator.

The principle of an exhibition on Aboriginal art in Brittany was sealed in 2019, during the visit of the President of the Region to Adelaide and within the framework of a cooperation agreement between Brittany and South Australia signed at the end of 2017 and renewed for three years, this Friday .. This partnership is placed under the sign of cultural, academic and economic exchanges, but also now with new prerogatives, such as the environment, climate change, renewable energies.

"In these times of pandemic, when our movements are hampered, our links to the world limited, this exhibition gives us the opportunity to discover a singular otherness", welcomes Nathalie Appéré. Especially since despite the curfew, which restricts going out, the museums remain open.

Until January 3, 2021, at the Musée des beaux-arts, Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Price: € 6 / € 4, free for children under 18 and every first Sunday of the month.

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