THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIAâ€™S COLLECTION OF TARING PADI POSTERS – TAASA Review March 2021
Jamie Scott Alexander O ne of the first projects I was assigned during my internship at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) last year was researching a collection of 15 woodcut posters by the Indonesian activist-artist collective Taring Padi.
The posters date from and are directly engaged with the late 1990s and early 2000s, a critical moment in Indonesiaâ€™s modern history. Devide et impera orba [Divide and conquer the globe] c.
2001-2, Taring Padi, woodcut, printed in black ink, from one block...