ARTIST TALK BY DEAN SMITH
In this artist talk, Dean Smith will discuss his sources of inspiration, including landscapes, mountains, trees, rivers, the seasons, electronic soundscapes, as well as his Māori ancestry - interweaving past and present, the imagined and the real.
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NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD’S UPCOMING EXHIBITION PREVIEWED IN ART COLLECTOR
Nellie Ngampa Coulthard's upcoming solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery, which reflects her unique interpretation of the native flora that surrounds the Country of her childhood – in particular, the yellow Acacia Murrayana Wattle was featured in Art Collector issue 102, page 48. We are thrilled to present a selection of her new work from the 23 November unitl the 16 December 2022.
YARITJI YOUNG IN KUNGKA KUṈPU AT NGUNUNGGULA, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS REGIONAL GALLERY, NEW SOUTH WALES
Major works by YARITJI YOUNG and leading Anangu women artists is currently on exhibition in Kungka Kuṉpu (Pitjantjatara for 'Strong Women') at Ngununggula, Southern Highlands Regional Gallery, New South Wales.
Drawn from selected works of the Art Gallery of South Australia's collection, Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women) showcases major contemporary works by celebrated women artists from the APY Lands in South Australia including collaborative work by the celebrated Ken Family (Yaritji Young, Tjungkara Ken, Sandra Ken, Freda Brady, Maringka Tunkin, and Paniny Mick).
Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women) is on exhibition at Ngununggula, Southern Highlands Regional Gallery, New South Wales until 22 December 2022.
Image: Luke Byrne Photography
YARITJI YOUNG AT THE THE BANGKOK ART BIENNALE 2022, CHAOS : CALM
A major painting by celebrated Pitjantjatjara woman and multidisciplinary contemporary artist YARITJI YOUNG is currently on exhibition at the Bangkok Art Biennale 2022, CHAOS : CALM, alongside other senior artists from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands of far north South Australia, as part of the Ngura Pulka project, supported by the APY Art Centre Collective. Over the last three years, senior APY Lands artists have created major artworks that celebrate their Country and embracing the powerful Tjukurpa that lies within.
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI AT THE FONDATION CARTIER POUR L’ART CONTEMPORAIN FEATURED IN THE QAGOMA BLOG
TIn 2022 Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori (c.1924-2015) was named one of QUEENSLAND’S GREATS the awards this year recognising a contemporary Queensland artist who made a significant international impact in the art world.