“Portraits from a Land Without People is the most comprehensive anthology of photographs to document Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture yet produced.
It charts the photographic history of Indigenous Australia from the first photographs by Douglas T. Kilburn in 1847 through to the Prime Minister’s ‘Apology’ in 2008.
Portraits from a Land Without People celebrates the richness, diversity and resilience of Indigenous culture and can be ordered online at:
All proceeds from this project will go to the Jimmy Little Foundation’s national programme dedicated to improving Indigenous health, particularly kidney disease.”
And visit the Jimmy Little Foundation website