Djalambu: Manburi ga Guku (Catfish Bones and Bush Honey) 2017
Ochre on Hollow Eucalyptus Timber
56.5 x 6 in / 144 x 15cm
The Djalambu (burial pole) is traditionally used by Gupapuyngu people for important mortuary rights and is adorned with important clan totem animals such as the Manburi (Cat Fish) and Guku (Bush Honey).
$2000 US / $2500 AU
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