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BRIAN ROBINSON WINS ANOTHER WA AWARD

BRIAN ROBINSON WINS ANOTHER WA AWARD

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-01-16 17:31:36

Brian Robinson from Waiben (Thursday Island) in the Torres Strait, has won the People‚Äôs Choice Award of $5,000 in the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards 2013. He received the highest number of votes from the public; Anangu man, Ray Ken...» Read More

 

Lives hidden in the life's work

Lives hidden in the life's work

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2012-05-21 09:30:36

THE looped chains of brilliant colour, the radiating line-work, the grids and vortex patterns -- they speak of a personality, and a strong one. At last, six years after her death, the dazzling Warlpiri artist Lorna Fencer Napurrurla is the...» Read More

 

FUNDRAISING FOR WARMUN

FUNDRAISING FOR WARMUN

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2011-10-19 15:52:09

Both Melbourne and Sydney are seeing major efforts to assist the community art centre at Warmun (Turkey Creek) in the East Kimberley recover from devastating floods that it suffered earlier this year - as reported on this site on 4th...» Read More

 

Interview with Glenn Pilkington - Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-03 21:34:33

1. Where did the idea of the Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards come from? The Awards came about from a need to acknowledge and recognise the significant contribution Indigenous artists make to Australia socially, culturally and economically. The Awards model, which...» Read More

 

30 Under 30

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-04-30 00:54:36

Indigenart, Mossenson Galleries are pleased to invite you to the launch of our second, annual survey exhibition of young Indigenous artists from across Australia: 30 Under 30: A New Generation of Indigenous Art The exhibitions will be launched in both Melbourne...» Read More

 

Melbourne Art Fair 2008

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-07-30 07:45:14

Melbourne Art Fair is the leading art fair and public exposition in the Asia Pacific region and one of Australia's most significant exhibitions of contemporary visual art. Established in 1988, the Melbourne Art Fair is held biennially at the historic Royal...» 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

 

Influence and Inspiration

Influence and Inspiration

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-03-08 05:01:32

For tens of thousands of years, the Kunwinjku people of western Arnhem Land have painted their stories upon the sandstone escarpments of their ancestral lands. Covered in a vibrant cacophony of images, these rock art galleries present a powerful vision...» Read More

 

Mission Times

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-11-23 12:51:32

Mossenson Galleries Subiaco is delighted to present Mission Times, an exhibition of new paintings by Pauline Moran representing her time as a child on the Roelands Mission. The exhibition will be opened by Diana Warnock, Former Member for Perth and...» Read More

 

Faces and Places: New Works by Irwin Lewis

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-11-23 12:50:13

Indigenart, The Mossenson Galleries are proud to present the first solo exhibition in ten years from one of Perth's most beloved and admired artists, Irwin Lewis. With paintings on canvas and paper, as well as a series of computer-generated digital...» Read More

 

Continuity: Culture, Country and Family

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-10-18 03:33:27

The legacy of western Arnhem Land artist Bardayal Nadjamerrek is assured. With a distinguished painting career spanning over forty years, he is without doubt one of the greatest artists Australia has ever produced. Since his childhood, Bardayal has had an...» Read More

 

Bush Plum Dreaming

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2001-05-06 12:52:36

Located approx 250 kms NE of Alice Springs, the art centre of Utopia is located within the country of Arlparra, the home of two varieties of the native Bush Plum. Arnwekety pronounced (a nook it cha) Arrarntenh pronounced (ar-ki) Arnwekety & Arrarntenh, Bush...» Read More