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How to buy Aboriginal art

Ahead of the Tarnanthi Art Fair, CityMag spoke with artist Karen Napaljarri Barnes, Tarnanthi artistic director Nici Cumpston, and three Tarnanthi art fair buyers about what to consider when purchasing Aboriginal art.

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Ryan Presley (right) with his Blood Money Currency Exchange Terminal at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney. Photo: Jacquie Manning
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Tarnanthi artist invites an exchange of 'blood money'

Ryan Presley’s large paintings reimagining Australia’s bank notes with portraits of Indigenous leaders will be exhibited in Adelaide alongside a ‘Blood Money Currency Exchange Terminal’ as part of next month’s Tarnanthi festival line-up.

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