Don't go kissing at the garden gate

Brenda L Croft is from Gurindji/Malgnin/Mudpurra peoples of the Limbunya, Kalkarindji, Daguragu communities in the Northern Territory, and Irish on her paternal side, and English/Irish/German on her maternal side. She lectures at the University of South Australia and has been active in Indigenous arts and culture as an artist, writer, curator and consultant since the mid 1980s.

Card (detail): Brenda Croft, Don’t go kissing at the garden gate, 1998 from the colour B(l)ind subseries of In My Father’s House, Ilfachrome print. Collection Art Gallery of New South Wales. Courtesy AGNSW.

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