This mid-summer ‘Nomad Two Worlds’ opening in The Hamptons focused on the collaborative works of founding Indigenous Artist Clifton Bieundurry and Russell James. The collection featured representations of ‘Innocence’, ‘Inhibition’ and ‘Discovery’ that are symbolic of past present and future, the overriding theme of all Nomad Two Worlds art. Bieundurry attended the opening and as art pieces were acquired and installed in the homes in the following days Bieundurry personally attended the homes and ’sang’ the meaning of each work in Walmajarri language. The opening was attended by special guests including Donna Karan and Brooklyn Decker. James and Bieundurry also used their time together working in tranquil locations around The Hamptons preparing for their upcoming preview at ‘National Gallery of Victoria’. They prepared a special collection featuring Black Eyed Peas band members Fergie, will.i.am, Apl and Taboo in honor of their support of reconciliation through art and Nomad Two Worlds.