Giant portraits draw attention to Indigenous issues

Written on the 17 June 2016

Giant portraits draw attention to Indigenous issues Giant portraits of Aboriginal people painted on buildings and canvases across the world are drawing attention to Indigenous issues says former graffiti artist, turned portrait artist, Matt Adnate.

Mr Adnate's work can be seen on buildings in his home town of Melbourne as well as locations as varied as Sydney, Singapore and New York.

But it's his work from Frog Hollow, a remote Indigenous community in the east Kimberley, which has inspired his most recent work.


Source: ABC Kimberley

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