Michael Riley (1960-2004) was one of the most important contemporary Indigenous visual artists of the past two decades whose emotive film, photomedia and video work challenged non-Indigenous perceptions.
Michael Riley: Sites Unseen
National Gallery of Australia Senior Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, Brenda L. Croft worked closely with Riley’s family, friends and colleagues to draw together a comprehensive body of work, charting the vision and experience of one of the country’s most significant visual artists and chronicling a period of intense cultural development and achievement. Michael Riley: Sights Unseen was been proudly supported by the National Gallery of Australia.
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