|Year of Publication
|227 pages : colour illustrations, map, portraits ; 30 cm.
|DU - Oceania (South Seas)
Tracks we share: contemporary art of the Pilbara celebrates the Aboriginal artists and artwork of Western Australia's Pilbara region in a landmark exhibition opening 11 March 2022 at The Art Gallery of Western Australia. A collaboration between FORM; The Art Gallery of Western Australia; Aboriginal art centres Cheeditha Art Group, Juluwarlu Art Group, Martumili Artists, Spinifex Hill Studio, and Yinjaa-Barni Art; and independent artists Katie West, Curtis Taylor, and Jill Churnside; Tracks We Share brings together more than 70 artists and over 200 artworks.This extraordinary body of work features the most exciting contemporary art coming out of the region while paying homage to the legacy that has informed it, offering a rare and broad-reaching insight into the region's artistic output over the years. The exhibition is one of the final stages in a multi-year project that maps the breadth of the region's diverse creative practice and honours the unique space the Pilbara's Aboriginal artists have carved out amongst contemporary Australian art. he title of the show was devised by a group of the exhibiting artists and references the many language groups and diverse Country of the Pilbara, while acknowledging the physical, cultural and artistic tracks that connect them all.