Through March 30, 2014, the Musée d’Aquitaine in Bordeaux is presenting Mémoires Vives. Une Histoire de l'Art Aborigène (Living Memories. A History of Aboriginal Art). It features 150 works by Australian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artists, ranging from antique artifacts and bark paintings to acrylic canvases, photographs, videos, and installations, drawn from a variety of public and private collections. Together the objects build a discourse that questions the idea, so dear to art criticism, of the schism between tradition and modernity, which this exhibition seeks to present as inseparable creative forces.
View the exhibition's official website.
Image courtesy of the Musée d'Aquitaine