Sixteen months have passed since Linda Joy held her inaugural exhibition. Few would argue that the paintings successfully highlighted the reasons we reside in the Territory. This November Linda will present her second exhibition that cements her position as a leading artist in the Northern Territory.
‘This exhibition is a way for me to pay acknowledgement and respect to my ancestors, to my immediate family, to Gurindji extended family and Stolen Generations’ members who have taught me so much in the decades I have been coming back home to diverse places in the Northern Territory.’ Brenda L. Croft
An outstanding exhibition by Martumili Artists Bugai and Cyril Whyoulter. Wantili was developed during a 2018 bush trip to Wantili, the exhibition demonstrates both the collaborative practice that Martumili Artists are known for
WITJITI GEORGE AND TAYLOR COOPER are two friends, two brothers painting and presenting together in this extraordinary exhibition.
Papunya Tula Artists have become synonymous with producing distinctive renditions of ancestral stories. Their powerful and distinct form of visual rhythm has captured the attention of Institutions and collectors the world over.
Paul Johnstone Gallery is proud to present an extraordinary exhibition with cross-disciplinary artist Thomas Buchanan. Thom’s work is grounded in the tradition of representational drawing and painting as he contemplates the urban landscape of our past, present and future. A live performative art piece will be central to the exhibition opening night.
The women of Kaltjiti Arts proudly present a celebration of colour in their exhibition ‘Kaltjiti Arts – Minymaku Walka (The Mark of Women)’
‘If you pay attention to the natural environment, you become sensitive to it; you feel the flow of it and how life is supported’. Jackie Ellis 2018
The Spinifex Hill Studios has blossomed into a significant Indigenous Western Australian arts group.The Studio artists regularly win awards and are recognised nationally for their vibrant and innovative art.