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The federal and South Australian governments have demanded an urgent investigation into claims that unscrupulous private art dealers are exploiting frail and elderly Aboriginal artists in central Australia. At least three artists have been taken from their remote central Australian communities by a private art dealer who is forcing at least one of them to pay off debts of tens of thousands of dollars by producing new paintings, a leading Aboriginal art centre has alleged.

The collective wrote to the federal minister for Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt, and the South Australian premier, Steven Marshall, pleading for help to stamp out exploitative practices known as carpetbagging, which have plagued the Aboriginal art industry for decades but are re-emerging as desert artists enjoy a new wave of artistic and financial success.

Police and the attorney general had been made aware of the allegations raised in the letter, an SA government spokesman said. Marshall raised unethical practices associated with Aboriginal arts at a Women forced to pay debts with federal, state and territory cultural ministers in Adelaide last month. Marshall has directed Arts SA to convene a meeting to further explore Women forced to pay debts solutions to these unethical practices, the government spokesman said.

All three had major health challenges, the letter said: one has an acquired brain injury, another has chronic asthma and the third is deaf. The carpetbaggers, usually non-Indigenous men, are well-known to locals and operate openly in central Australia. Former and current APY staff said they had received death threats and experienced intimidatory behaviour. They said old Women forced to pay debts had been taken from their communities and set up at private studios to paint for days, cut off from their families.

They had Women forced to pay debts dialysis and other medical appointments, the staff said. Payments were offered for signing blank canvases, or posing for a photo next to an already completed artwork, Women forced to pay debts alleged. Sign up to receive the top stories from Guardian Australia every morning. We will do what is required to protect our art centres but at the moment we are sitting ducks, and are going it alone.

The collective wants greater legal protections for Aboriginal artists and art centres. It also asked for greater police support to help ensure the safety of elderly and Bbw with nice ass artists, some of whom require regular medical treatment.

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