Photo art brings two worlds together
Photo art brings two worlds together

This stunning piece of photographic art is part of an exhibition in Los Angeles showcasing some of WA's most important Aboriginal sites.

The Nomad Two Worlds exhibition is the brainchild of Perth-born fashion photographer Russell James and aims to help bridge the cultural divide between Aboriginal and non-indigenous Australians.

The week-long exhibition, which ends tomorrow, also features a symposium comparing native American history with that of Aboriginal Australia and exploring cultural projects which have worked in both countries.

James teamed up with Aboriginal artists, such as the Kimberley's Clifton Bieundurry, to produce a multimedia art project incorporating photographs of Australia's most breathtaking landscapes and beautiful women.

"It was entirely inspired by me growing up in Perth and spending time up in Derby," James said.

Perth's Nicole Trunfio is among the models photographed, as are Miranda Kerr and Heidi Klum.

Nyoongar Richard Walley is among the speakers during the exhibition.

The West Australian

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