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Arte Moris – Bundoora Exhibition

The  gallery of art below is the work of Natalino dos Reis Pires featured in the Bundoora Exhibition in May 2009.  Natalino  is from Suai Loro on the Timor Sea near Suai. More about Natalino.

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This work is part of a wider exhibition of artists from the Arte Moris, the free art school from Dili Arte Moris

Anata’s work reflects his interest in the traditional life of his village which is still alive and well, colonialism, and independence and their impacts on the lives of the Timorese people and his family.

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5 Responses to “Arte Moris – Bundoora Exhibition”

  1. […] of the work of each of the other artists. You can see the work of Natalino featured in the Arte Moris Exhibition in Melbourne recently and read more about him here.  All the work of the artists is for sale by contacting Gabi […]

  2. […] can see a gallery of Natalino’s work represented in the Bundoora Exhibition here and the work he has done on tais or featuring the tais and traditional culture […]

  3. […] did this happen? East Timorese artist Anata, Los Palos artist Kiki, St Kilda artist Liz Milsom, my old friend Trish and myself all ended up […]

  4. […] Suai and St Kilda Artist Liz Milsom (daughter of George Milsom) and I recently took Suai Loro and Arte Moris artists Anata and Kiki there. Anata spent the whole time video taping – if you could see Arte Moris the Free Art […]

  5. […] have selected include: Amali 2, Gerasaun, Horta, Abat, Muda Moris and Toko Adat which can be viewed here.  The selection is interesting to me because it provides a combination of representations that […]