October, 2007

The Age - Aboriginal Art Forgery

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 03.11.07

And this is the Libertos, who thought they'd get away with it Kate Hagan November 3, 2007 Article in The Age by Kate Hagan about the Libertos, who allegedly forged several Rover Thomas artworks and attempted to sell them to...» Read More

Utopia dreaming

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 01.11.07

Almost 50 paintings are on display in the exhibit "New Works From Utopia" at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Downtown gallery SPACE, as part of the Trust's "Australia Festival," a six-week celebration of contemporary and indigenous performing and visual arts from...» Read More

Alice Springs arts leader takes helm of 2008 regional conference

Alice Springs arts leader takes helm of 2008 regional conference

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 01.11.07

Well-known and respected Alice Springs arts leader, Kieren Sanderson, has taken the helm of Regional Arts Australia‚Äôs national conference art at the heart, the President of Regional Arts Australia, Ms Suzie Haslehurst, has announced. "This is a giant task, because...» Read More

Always Been There

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 31.10.07

Aboriginal culture has Always Been There - this is the theme addressed by five local Aboriginal artists showing works at the Fairfield City Museum and Gallery. Fairfield mayor Nick Lalich opened the exhibition on Saturday, October 13, and said the...» Read More

Painting The Waves

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 30.10.07

Monday, October 29th, 2007 Painting the wavesArt on cruise ships is becoming increasingly popular on cruise ships, with some vessels in the Pacific set to see an influx of art from Australian artists. Carnival Cruises, the parent company of P&O...» Read More

Sydney Morning Herald - Big, beautiful and bountiful

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 29.10.07

October 28, 2007 Ian McKinnon gives a preview of life aboard P&O's eagerly awaited Pacific Dawn and the potential for an Aboriginal Art collection aboard the ship....» Read More

Utopia dreaming

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 28.10.07

Utopia, located 270km northeast of Alice Springs on the eastern perimeter of the Western Desert "bloc" next to the traditional land of the Eastern Anmatyarre and Alyawarre people. It was named by the first white settlers in 1927 and occupies...» Read More

The Age - Warriors of the rainbow spirit

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 28.10.07

October 27, 2007 A family of Arnhem Land painters have brought their work, and their patriarch, to the city. By Martin Flanagan. Article by Martin Flanagan in The Age about artists from Oenpelli: The four sat together in a line...» Read More

Sydney Morning Hearld - Spotted in Kensington: an important Rover

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 28.10.07

An article by Peter Fish in the Sydney Morning Herald discussing the highlights of the November 2007 auction season. Quoted from the article: For its part, Sotheby's has not let much out of the bag on its Aboriginal art sale,...» Read More