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Congratulations NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILI - WINNER, Telstra Bark Painting Award 2019

Alcaston Gallery is thrilled to announce senior artist NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILI as WINNER of the 2019 Telstra Bark Painting Award at last night's 36th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards

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17th August 2019

Art Collector: 'Betty Kuntiwa Pumani takes out 50k painting prize'

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13th June 2019

INSTALLATION IMAGES: NGANAMPA WALYTJA - OUR FAMILY

  BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI, NGUPULYA PUMANI, MARINA PUMANI BROWN NGANAMPA WALYTJA - OUR FAMILY 12-Jun-2019 - 13-Jul-2019
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12th June 2019

Nonggirrnga Marawili: from my heart and mind

Nonggirrnga Marawili is regarded as one of the most important artists working at Buku-Larrnggay Mulka at Yirrkala in the Northern Territory. Her highly sophisticated bark paintings, Larrakitj, works on paper and prints reflect an engrained, natural understanding of her culture, history and environment.

This major solo exhibition and accompaying publication at the Art Gallery of New South Wales will span the artist’s career with a focus on the last five years.

 

Nonggirrnga Marawili: from my heart and mind 

Art Gallery of New South Wales

3 November 2018 – 24 February 2019

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3rd November 2018

From Bark to Neon: Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection

From Bark to Neon: Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection celebrates Indigenous art in Australia. It looks at major artists across time and place who have been at the forefront in creating new forms of expression and in maintaining and regenerating customary cultural practices and iconography. Great individual artists, such as, Paddy Compass Namadbara, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Rover Thomas, Trevor Nickolls, Lin Onus, Emily Kam Kngwarray, Sally Gabori, Brook Andrew and Destiny Deacon have shaped and transformed the face of Indigenous art in Australia and inspired many artists to follow their example.

From Bark to Neon: Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

3 November 2018 - 14 July 2019

 

 

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3rd November 2018