SCHOLL'S WOMEN

SCHOLL'S WOMEN

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 04.09.16

America continues to be challenged and delighted by Aboriginal art in ways we've forgotten in Australia – and once again it's the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection that's setting the pace. After their 8-man show set out from Reno, Nevada...» Read More

 

Dealers v The Institutions

Dealers v The Institutions

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 23.04.16

I recently noted that you have to go to the US these days to see considered Indigenous art shows – all in institutions, admittedly, which seem to be taking the presentation of the art more seriously than any State gallery...» Read More

 

Joe Hockey Marks the Infinite

Joe Hockey Marks the Infinite

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 07.04.16

As interest in Aboriginal art continues to grow in the US, a new major exhibition of women Aboriginal artists is set to tour five distinguished museums beginning September 2016 - and it was new Australian Embassy Ambassador, Joe Hockey, who...» Read More

 

Imagined Cultures

Imagined Cultures

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 11.03.16

39 Oceana objects that Indigenous peoples lived with and used between 1830 and 1950 will go on show at the Bard Graduate Centre Gallery in New York later this month in an exhibition called Frontier Shores: Collection, Entanglement, and the...» Read More

 

ALL OVER THE U.S.

ALL OVER THE U.S.

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 19.02.16

Why is it so.....that there are more, and more considered exhibitions of Aboriginal art currently on in America than here in Australia? The recent pattern there of solid shows of collections like the Kaplan and Levi, Debra and Dennis Scholl's...» Read More

 

Is There Anything Comparable in Australia???

Is There Anything Comparable in Australia???

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 10.01.16

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is awarding US$815,000 to the University of Virginia to create a research center for the study of the indigenous art of Australia and the Americas. The grant provides four years of funding for a proposal...» Read More

 

SCHOLL SHOW

SCHOLL SHOW

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 01.04.15

In 2008, collectors Colin and Liz Laverty set out to emphasise just how comfortable they felt in moving on from admiring and buying some of Australia's most adventurous Abstract Expressionist art to doing the same for Aboriginal art. In their...» Read More