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By Jenny Zhang.
Barefoot nomads roaming the desert; tribe members laughing together, their faces covered in paint; youths on horseback galloping across Tibetan plains—these are the subjects of Still Points in a Turning World, a fascinating series by photographer Terri Gold that documents the few indigenous tribal cultures left in the world. 193 more words


Heist gallery founder, Mashael Al Rushaid, says her new exhibition ‘Origins’ draws on the narratives of ‘indigenous peoples on the corners of the planet, whose lives have remained unchanged for centuries’. 149 more words

"Outback Art Debuts".

If the far west New South Wales town of Wilcannia has a spiritual sister in the city of Sydney, it is undoubtedly the suburb of Redfern, an indigenous hub that has seen as much trouble as triumph. 172 more words

"Moments in Time".

Photographer: Dave Laslett · · From Snapped: Your Top 3 in 2014
Uncle Bob welcomed us into his home to chat.
With a towering backdrop of Uluru Bob played us some of his songs including Brown Skin Baby They Take Him Away with accompaniment by Jennifer Cooley on the harmonica. 35 more words

Tunnels, whirlpools and unseen spiritual landscapes

In Re-imagining S’ólh Téméxw: Tunnel narratives in a Stó:lō spiritual geography (2010), Robbins explores ‘tunnel stories’—the hidden spiritual landscape of Stó:lō territory shaped by the unseen world of tunnels. 1,219 more words


"Disappearing Tribes".

With the project Before They Pass Away, the photographer Jimmy Nelson spent three years, from 2010 to 2013, to visit the endangered tribes around the world, to deliver a poignant testimony to a disappearing part of human history. 56 more words