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DJAKANGU YUNUPINGU •2024

05-Apr-2024 - 03-May-2024
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Alcaston Gallery is thrilled to present new paintings on bark, timber board and Larrkitj poles by Yolngu artist Djakangu Yunupingu in her second solo exhibition at the Alcaston Gallery Exhibition Space – 84 William Street Melbourne from 5 April –3 May 2024.

In 2023, having previously represented her sisters Ms G Yunupiŋu (c. 1945 – 2012), Ms BYunupiŋu (c. 1948 – 2012) and Ms D Yunupiŋu (c. ...

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