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RECENT ACQUISITIONS

BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI ANTARA  2019ACQUIRED BY BENDIGO ART GALLERY

PETER MUNGKURI NGURA (COUNTRY), 2019ACQUIRED BY PARLIAMENT HOUSE ART COLLECTION, CANBERRA 

SHIRLEY MACNAMARA NHUGU - WATERLILIES, 2019 and DYINALA - BINE BY, 2018 ACQUIRED BY QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY | GALLERY OF MODERN ART (QAGOMA), BRISBANE 

NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILIBARATJALA,  2018ACQUIRED BY ART GALLERY OF BALLARAT

KUNMANARA (RAY) KEN TALI - SAND DUNES, 2018 ACQUIRED BY ACU (AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY)

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7th April 2020

ALEC BAKER AND PETER MUNGKURI : FINALISTS IN THE THE ALICE PRIZE 2020

Congratulations to Alec Baker and Peter Mungkuri who have both been named as finalists in this year's Alice Prize.   The Alice Prize celebrates its 41st year in 2020 and is an acquisitive national contemporary art prize.  This year over 595 entrants were received with only 56 being selected as finalists.  The winner will be announced on Friday 17 April 2020 at the Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs by Judge Rhana Devenport (Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia). 

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18th April 2020

CLAUDIA MOODOONUTHI : ENLIGHTEN FESTIVAL

Claudia Moodoonuthi's artwork Dulka Warngiid was selected to be projected on the facade of Parliament House for the Canberra Enlighten Festival.  The projection lit up Parliament House nightly until 9th March.  

Click here for more information on ENLIGHTEN FESTIVAL 

 

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7th April 2020

YARITJI YOUNG featured in THE DESIGN FILES

Yaritji Young is featured in the Design Files article 'Yaritji Tingila Young Is Leading The Way For The Next Generation Of Indigenous Artists' published on the lifestyle website in March 2020.

To read the full article on the artists practice and career please CLICK HERE. 

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4th March 2020

NONGGIRRNGA MARAWILI, PEDRO WONAEAMIRRI & PATRICK FREDDY PURUNTATAMERI AT NIRIN, 22ND BIENNALE OF SYDNEY

Congratulations to Artistic Director Brook Andrew for the incredible achievement of the artist and First Nations led NIRIN: 22nd Biennale of Sydney.  NIRIN: The 22nd Biennale of Sydney features exciting new works by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili , Pedro Wonaeamirri and Patrick Freddy Puruntatameri. 

 

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6th April 2020