News & Events
Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain
Alcaston Gallery are delighted to officially announce the landmark international exhibition presenting a major solo survey of paintings by the late Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori on show at the distinguished Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris, France from 3 July - 6 November 2022.
Betty Kuntiwa Pumani - Artist Profile in Art Collector's 100th Edition
Betty Kuntiwa Pumani is currently featured in a significant profile piece in Art Collector Magazine's 100th Edition. The feature article includes reflections from Pumani on her practice and showcases her recent paintings following The National 2021, including paintings presented in her current exhibition, Kunpu Naranyi (Standing Strong), on exhibition at Alcaston Gallery until 10 June 2022.
Read the full article here.
SAVE THE DATE: ALCASTON GALLERY @ SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2022 CARRIAGEWORKS, SYDNEY 8 - 11 NOVEMBER 2022
Alcaston Gallery is proud to present a curated selection of significant artworks by Australia's leading First Nation contemporary artists at Sydney Contemporary 2022, for the return of the in-person physical Art Fair at Carriageworks, Sydney from 8 - 11 November 2022.
More details to come as we approach the exciting return of the physical fair!
SAVE THE DATE! CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR (CIAF) BIG SCULPTURE SHOWCASE 6 - 10 JULY 2022
The Cairns Indigenous Art Fair returns in 2022 will present 18 large scale sculptures to be displayed around the Cairns Convention Centre as part of their inaugural Big Sculpture Showcase.
The project will feature some of Queensland’s most highly regarded Indigenous artists including Brian Robinson, Ian Waldron, Francoise Lane, Paula Savage, Rhonda Woolla and Alcaston Gallery represented artist, Shirley Macnamara.
CIAF 2022 will span five days between Wednesday 6 and Sunday 10 July 2022, featuring the work of approximately 300 visual artists and 150 performers across the multidimensional program of events
SAVE THE DATE! FACELESS: TRANSFORMING IDENTITY CAIRNS ART GALLERY 25 JUNE – 2 OCTOBER 2022
FACELESS: Transforming Identity is an exhibition that challenges established notions of identity and explores ways in which interpretations of identity can be manipulated or redefined by blak/black artists through a revisioning of the face using devices such as embellishment, erasure, and disguise.
Faceless includes the work by thirteen North Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, including Alcaston Gallery represented Shirley Macnamara, and ten African and African Diaspora artists, brings together more than eighty commissioned and recently completed works across a range of art forms and media