the guardian | Paul Daley:

For many decades now Indigenous Australian art has adorned boardroom and salon walls from Double Bay to New York City and from Berlin to London. Notwithstanding the commitment of dedicated arts centres, curators and collectors who’ve been determined to forge better deals for often impoverished Indigenous creators, too many Aboriginal artists remain disadvantaged by poor access to mainstream markets, substandard prices for their work and unethical acquisition practices…read more

Image | Tim Pearn |Bluethumb | Angilyiya Mitchell painting at Papulankutja Artists art centre