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Aboriginal Art Museum, Utrecht

(2.3/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
The AAMU is the place in Europe for contemporary Aboriginal art from Australia. Unique in the museum world, it is an inspiring location where visitors are introduced to Aboriginal art in all its diversity. In changing exhibitions the museum presents work by renowed artists and up and coming talent. The museum is recognised by the Australian government as an important Australian cultural heritage platform in Europe.
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  • Snap really why this museum is closing. We had expected much more to learn about the Aboriginal people and their lifestyle but the exhibition contained mainly paintings by the same artist who has a really were amazing.
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  • This unique museum, the only aborigional art museum in Europe, has to close down in June 2017. I am very sorry for the staff. So if in Utrecht visit this experience before it is to late. 
  • In the middle of the shopping street hustle a serene place. It takes a while before you do your own busy Western worldview and can translate. From a kind of helicopter view you look down on dots and lines. These depict the Earth and the roads between people, settlements, rivers and mountains. A beautiful lines and coloring game. Very primal but also very modern. Reminded me of the art of Keith Haring. From 22/1-15/6 there is a retrospective. Well worth the effort.
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