William King

Desert Art from Utopia

Desert Art from Utopia

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-07-28 00:54:58

Opening, Wednesday, 28 July, 5:00pm DACOU (Dreaming Art Centre of Utopia) and Monash Southern Health have developed a fundraising initiative in bringing indigenous contemporary art from the Central Desert to a major public hospital in Melbourne. An exhibition of works by...» Read More

 

IN OUR FATHER’S EYES: WORKS BY SISTERS TARISSE & SARRITA KING

IN OUR FATHER’S EYES: WORKS BY SISTERS TARISSE & SARRITA KING

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-06-03 10:51:41

Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present In Our Father’s Eyes: Works by Sisters Tarisse & Sarrita King. In Our Father’s Eyes will portray Tarisse & Sarrita King’s connection, love, and respect for their father, William King (1966-2007),...» Read More

 

Indigenous art in the Office of the Maire of the City -Ein Werk von Aborigines für das Arbeitszimmer

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-11-26 16:17:46

Ein Werk von Aborigines für das Arbeitszimmer (mabie) 23.11.2009, 15:48 Übach-Palenberg. Die «King Sisters», zwei australische Top-Künstlerinnen, machten kurzfristig in der ehemaligen Zechenstadt Station. Von Brit Susann Hanstein organisiert war die Stippvisite von Sarrita und Tarisse King sowie deren Manager Keith...» Read More

 

Kaminabend mit Tarisse and Sarrita King

Kaminabend mit Tarisse and Sarrita King

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-11-17 18:37:18

AUSTRALIEN - PARIS -
ÜBACH-PALENBERG Liebe Aborginal Art Freunde, Es ist uns eine grosse Freude und Ehre, Gastgeber sein zu dürfen für die frisch aus Paris eingetroffenen und gefeierten „King Sisters“ - die indigenen Künstlerinnen aus Australien - Sarrita und Tarisse King, die...» Read More

 

Kaminabend mit Sarrita and Tarisse King

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-11-17 16:31:43

AUSTRALIEN - PARIS -
ÜBACH-PALENBERG Liebe Aborginal Art Freunde, Es ist uns eine grosse Freude und Ehre, Gastgeber sein zu dürfen für die frisch aus Paris eingetroffenen und gefeierten „King Sisters“ - die indigenen Künstlerinnen aus Australien - Sarrita und Tarisse King, die...» Read More

 

The 3 Kings

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-05-06 16:32:45

Sarrita and Tarisse King will pay homage to their father, the highly respected artist and elder, William (Bill) King Jungala (1966 – 2007), in a powerful exhibition at Kate Owen Gallery. The exhibition opens from 6 – 8pm on...» Read More

 

Aboriginal Art Gallery Sydney: William, Tarisse & Sarrita King

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-02-16 06:32:30

First exhibition at this exciting new Aboriginal Art Gallery at Sydney’s Opera Quays Opening night with the artists: Friday 20th Feb 6 - 9pm Artists will be painting in the gallery during the exhbition Exhibition showing 19 - 22 February 2009 All...» Read More

 

Aboriginal Art Auction

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-06-02 09:12:44

Engineers Without Borders together with Dreamtime Elements are holding an exhibition of Aboriginal Art at 1st Floor Customs House, Circular Quay June 4th to June 8th 11.00am to 7.00pm Daily. On Sunday 8th June 2008 we will be holding an auction...» Read More

 

Dreamtime Art from Down Under beckons US Collectors

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-01-16 06:28:49

La Jolla CA – January 9, 2008 Molloy Gallery of La Jolla announced today that it will be holding the first major US exhibition of works by renowned Australian Aboriginal artist, Kudditji Kngwarreye (pronounced “koo-ba-gee noo-war-uh”). A satellite exhibition of LA...» Read More

 

Utopia dreaming

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-11-01 03:46:38

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

 

Utopia dreaming

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-10-28 03:51:29

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