August 31 at 12:24 PM

 In early summer — winter in Australia — an exhibition that the wider world should know about opened in a museum of contemporary art situated between Sydney’s Opera House and Harbor Bridge. The artist, John Mawurndjul, is an aboriginal man with a white beard, a furrowed brow and a springy halo of white hair. Born in 1952, he currently lives in Maningrida, an indigenous community of about 2,000 people in Arnhem Land, on the continent’s north coast, facing Indonesia.

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