McCulloch's Contemporary Aboriginal Art

A Writer's Selection 1992–2008

Art gathered by art writers Emily and Susan McCulloch on their research trips over almost two decades to Australia's remote art producing regions including the Central Desert, Arnhem Land & the Top End, Queensland, the Kimberley, NPY and PY lands.

Art Exhibition previously on in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 19 February 2009 to Monday 23 February 2009
Launch Thursday 19 February 2009, 6–8 pm.

Rover Thomas, Tokyo Crossroads, 1996. image

Published by anonymous on Thursday 22 January 2009.
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Paintings, prints, baskets, sculptures, beads, cushions, scarves, ceramics, books and other indigenous objets d’art from the quirky to the collectible.
Artists include Ningura Napurrula, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Kitty Kantilla, Rosella Namok, Lily Karedada, Marcia Purdie, Mary Meribida, Angalyia Mitchell, Tatali Napurrula, Nyarrapyi Giles, Patrick Freddy Puruntatameri, Katjarra Butler, Yuyuya Nampitjinpa, Raymond Bush, Yananymul Mununggurr and Rover Thomas.

Free talk: Exploring the outback– an introduction to Aboriginal art Saturday, February 21 7.30 pm

All welcome

RSVP opening and talk by February 14

All works for sale

Note: 5% of all sales donated to the national indigenous literacy programme World Without Books


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