11 November 2010 - 8 May 2011. The exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art explores the influence that the CoBrA art movement has had on the development of modern Aboriginal art.
Formed in 1948, CoBrA takes its name from the three cities of its founders: Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam; many of its artists later moved to Liguria, Italy. Works by CoBrA artists Karel Appel, Corneille, Asger Yorn and Pierre Alechinsky are combined with Aboriginal artists such as Yata Gypsy Yadda and Paji Honeychild Yankarr.
An exhibition of CoBrA art is currently taking place in Rome's National Gallery of Modern Art.