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Culture is Life

A Photographic Exploration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Modern Australia...

Wayne Quilliam

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Hardie Grant Books
05 January 2021
Culture is Life is a modern, photographic celebration of the diversity of Indigenous Australians. Pre-eminent Aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam has an archive of thousands of images and interviews with Indigenous people across the country.

Through the images in this stunning collection, Wayne's work explores the nuances of Indigenous thinking and identity, and focuses on how the First peoples view their place within the contemporary culture of Australia.

The people featured in Culture is Life include many high-profile Indigenous Australians, as well as community members of different ages from Tasmania to the Torres Strait, offering insights into the dreams of youth and the reflections of Elders. With various feature sections on significant events such as Sorry Day and the All Stars game, this book is an accessible gateway to better understand and appreciate the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, presented as a stunning and contemporary photo book.
By:   Wayne Quilliam
Imprint:   Hardie Grant Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 210mm,  Width: 170mm, 
Weight:   660g
ISBN:   9781741177039
ISBN 10:   1741177030
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   05 January 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Professor Wayne Quilliam is one of Australia's pre-eminent Indigenous photographic artists, curators and cultural advisors working on the international scene. His awards include the 2009 NAIDOC Indigenous Artist of the Year, Human Rights Media Award and the Walkley Award for photojournalism. He was also a finalist in the 2016 Bowness Art Award. Wayne has created and curated over 300 exhibitions throughout the world and been published in more than 1000 magazines, books and newspapers. In recent years he has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Havana, Tokyo, Berlin, New York and at the United Nations in New York and Geneva.

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