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DID A BITCH WIND BLOW ABORIGINAL ART ONTO THE WORLD STAGE?

DID A BITCH WIND BLOW ABORIGINAL ART ONTO THE WORLD STAGE?

Posted by Frannie Hopkirk | 2014-09-14 15:46:33

Was Cyclone Tracy a freak accident of cosmology, an epic drama involving a vengeful wind, or just a pissed off tropical storm? The insinuated anthropological terminology given to destructive natural disasters such as Tracy has 'Her' with the best of them....» Read More

 

PATRON/ COLLECTOR = THE FUTURE

PATRON/ COLLECTOR = THE FUTURE

Posted by Frannie Hopkirk | 2014-04-15 02:15:38

I had arranged to meet Pat Corrigan – Art Collector and Patron, especially of Aboriginal art, at the Art Gallery of NSW at 5 o'clock for a glass of wine and a chat. He was already there when I arrived...» Read More

 

INDIGENOUS FESTIVALS GALORE

INDIGENOUS FESTIVALS GALORE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-09-27 10:33:46

For a while, it seemed that Rhoda Roberts' pioneering efforts to establish the validity of the Indigenous arts via her wonderful Dreaming Festival in 1997 in the lead up to the Olympics had fallen on closed minds. It should have...» Read More

 

CHANGE & CONTINUITY IN THE KIMBERLEY

CHANGE & CONTINUITY IN THE KIMBERLEY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-03-27 16:00:10

In a marvellous piece of irony, the Kimberley Foundation, which was established by the likes of Elisabeth Murdoch and Allen and Maria Myers to assist the late Grahame Walsh continue his assiduous survey of Aboriginal rock art in The Kimberley,...» Read More

 

ONCE UPON A TIME IN PAPUNYA

ONCE UPON A TIME IN PAPUNYA

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2010-11-11 14:22:20

How to tackle this intimately informed, radically revisionist but ultimately frustrating tale of the art movement that did more than anything to change Australia's views about its indigenous people and bring their culture closer to the cities of the south? For...» Read More

 

A New Sentimental Art Market Era Pt. 3

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-11-04 21:20:18

If you want some further examples of the sentimental and nostalgic direction that the art market is beginning to take then I shall provide you with two more. The first example is the direction that the Australian Aboriginal art market...» Read More

 

KIN AND COUNTRY

KIN AND COUNTRY

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-09-07 21:27:40

Four interpretations of ancestral dreamings from members of the same family will be the focus of Artitja Fine Arts exhibition KIN AND COUNTRY opening on 15th October in South Fremantle. The four closely connected family members - Jean Nampitjimpa, Maureen Hudson...» Read More

 

San Francisco: Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery at SF Fine Art Fair

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-05-21 04:47:27

At the San Francisco Fine Art Fair, Rebecca Hossack will be exhibiting work by the leading contemporary Australian artists David Bromley, Paul Davies, Allyson Reynolds, Richard Allen and Andrew Taylor. Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery was the first gallery in Europe...» Read More

 

Museum Victoria: 2010 Lecture Series, Indigenous Cultures Department

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-03-21 15:16:03

When: 1pm – 2pm, last Tuesday of every month, February to November, 2010 Where: The Discovery Centre, Lower Ground Floor, Melbourne Museum The Indigenous Cultures Department of Museum Victoria is launching a monthly lecture series in February 2010 entitled Culture and History....» Read More

 

ARTKELCH zeigt Aboriginal Art in Berlin - Papunya Tula Artists im Rahmen von "pro community"

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-08-04 17:25:02

ARTKELCH zeigt Aboriginal Art in Berlin - Papunya Tula Artists im Rahmen von "pro community" Kunst & Kultur Ab 02. Oktober zeigt ARTKELCH eine handverlesene Auswahl der besten aktuellen Arbeiten der Aboriginal Art aus Australiens führendem indigenen Kunstzentrum „Papunya Tula Artists“ in...» Read More

 

THOMSON TIME COMES TO MELBOURNE

THOMSON TIME COMES TO MELBOURNE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2009-06-22 13:27:49

Thomson Time was discovered Down South when the film, Ten Canoes revealed that in parts of Arnhemland, the period when anthropologist Donald Thomson photographed and recorded his encounters with Yolgnu people in the 1930s and 40s have come to be...» Read More

 

Blemishes mar a sumptuous history of Australian art

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-01-10 08:24:15

In 1886, there was a tussle for control over the future direction of Australian art. At its heart the dispute appeared simple, but it highlighted a deep division. A student of the School of Art in Melbourne, Alice Chapman, was...» Read More

 

From rock to canvas

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-18 02:08:48

An art culture that is thousands of years old has not only evolved successfully but is now a commercial triumph internationally, too. BEYOND THE DOTS Nov 7-21, Pace Gallery, PJ MY fascination with contemporary Australian aboriginal art – in particular the dot paintings...» Read More

 

Gods, Ghosts and Men

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-16 08:04:58

The most significant exhibition of islander art in two decades is a confronting experience for all, writes Christopher Allen | November 15, 2008 Gods, Ghosts and Men - National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Until January 11. As you enter Gods, Ghosts and...» Read More

 

30 under 30 - A new Generation of Indigenous Artists

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-05-15 06:02:00

The first survey exhibition of its kind, 30 Under 30 showcases the talent and innovation of 30 emerging artists born since 1977. The exhibition will be held annually by Mossenson Galleries in both Perth and Melbourne. 30 Under 30 is a...» Read More

 

Sandbeach Country

Sandbeach Country

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-04-19 00:44:03

„Sandbeach Country -“ zeitgenössische indigene Kunst der Lockhart River Art Gang, Australien © Brit’s Art & Promotion – Brit Susann Hanstein The Sandbeach Country exhibition will be under the umbrella of the Australian Embassy in Berlin and will be opened by...» Read More

 

Warnditch Ngarrangkani (Maker of Dreams)

Warnditch Ngarrangkani (Maker of Dreams)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-03-08 04:25:19

Born in the bush circa 1920 at what is now called Glenroy Station in the central Kimberley, Ngarra has lived through 90 years of that region’s extraordinary frontier history. A speaker of Andinyin, Ngarinyin and Gija, Ngarra is highly respected...» Read More

 

Australian Country Style reader event at Murrurundi - Aboriginal Art in March

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-01-29 04:05:27

Australian Country Style reader event at Murrurundi - Aboriginal Art in March 29th March 2008 The term ‘aboriginal art’ is a tricky one. Separating indigenous Australian art from the religious practices and social customs with which it has been intertwined for at...» Read More

 

Sydney Morning Herald - Shields and swords set cracking pace at Sotheby's auction

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-12-15 03:31:38

Peter Fish December 15, 2007 Article in the Sydney Morning Herald about the Sotheby's November 25 auction. Quoted from the article: If Tim Klingender was gnashing his teeth about a few unsold lots in Sotheby's recent Aboriginal and Oceanic Art sale in Paddington, it...» Read More

 

A bigger and better bible

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2006-10-27 03:17:47

Faults aside, the new McCulloch's Encyclopedia of Australian Art is a mammoth achievement and a must-have for art buffs, writes Sebastian Smee From the Australian: Alan McCulloch began compiling his Encyclopedia of Australian Art as a loose-leaf filing system in the 1940s,...» Read More

 

National Indigenous Times: Near record price for Aboriginal artwork

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2006-08-11 07:25:32

A painting by Aboriginal artist Rover Thomas depicting the destruction of Darwin by Cyclone Tracy has set a near record price at auction in Melbourne last week. The 1986 work, Bugaltji, Lissadell Country, sold for $660,000 at Sotheby’s 10th Aboriginal art...» Read More

 

Inspired by Injalak

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2006-07-21 05:04:08

Inspired by Injalak Prints based on the rock art of Injalak Hill, Arnhem Land 20th July 2006 - 13th August 2006 In 2005, indigenous artists from the Injalak Hill area in western Arnhem Land, focused strongly on this ancient Aboriginal rock art site...» Read More

 

Maureen Nampijinpa Hudson

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2005-05-20 00:00:00

Japingka Gallery, Fremantle is bringing the exciting, innovative, Indigenous artist, Maureen Nampijinpa Hudson across from Mount Allen in Central Australia for her first solo exhibition in Western Australia. Maureen has already created a sensation in the Eastern States and overseas...» Read More

 

Passion, Rich Collectors and the Export Dollar: The Selling of Aboriginal Art Overseas

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 1998-08-11 14:31:24

Quoted from the article Artlink magazine article: The paradox Within Australia there are two common misconceptions about Aboriginal art and the international audience. First there is the belief that 'selling Aboriginal art overseas is the biggest thing since sliced bread and the...» Read More