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strong men. young warriors.
Through the ancient Dreaming stories and iconography of the Tanami Desert contemporary artistic political commentary, depictions of daily activity from the Gulf of Carpentaria, and an exploration, through artefact, of the notion of the young warrior by Victorian Aboriginal artists.... this exhibition will examine the roles, responsibilities and qualities of manhood and masculinity in Aboriginal culture, such as steadfastness, commitment, caring, protection, courage, identity and wisdom. Contributing artists include Warlukurlangu Artsists, Waralungku Arts, Jilamara Arts, Graham Patterson, Glenn Loughrey, Baluk Arts, Dominic White, Young Warriors and Eddie Wanganeen.
Sunday 8th March until May 24th.
Opening Event: A Conversation about Manhood with Glenn Loughrey and the Young Warriors Sunday 8th March at 2pm
Warlukurlangu Artists is a prolific and successful Aboriginal-owned art centre in Central Australia and has work in collections across Australia and internationally. The principle aim of the art centre is to share Warlpiri culture and to increase awareness about Aboriginal culture in general. Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Association is the guardian of the Jukurrpa, the law and culture of the Warlpiri and Anmatyerre people living at Yuendumu. These acrylic paintings, as a collection, are a powerful tool of contemporary artistic expression, demonstrating diverse and collaborative methodology, and the artist’s ability to capture the vitality of Jukurrpa and its essential, vital integration with country. The artists’ Jukurrpa stories are vast in time and space, yet simultaneously acute, personal and immediate.
This exhibition includes exciting work from both emerging and established artists: Shorty Jangala Robertson Joy Nangala Brown Pauline Napangardi Gallagher Polly Anne Napangardi Dixon Christine Napanangka Michaels Phyllis Napurrurla Williams Sarah Napurrurla White Pauline Nampijinpa Singleton Geraldine Napangardi Granites Magda Nakamarra Curtis Maisie Nungarrayi Ward Mary Napangardi Butcher Steven Jupurrurla Nelson Chantelle Nampijinpa Robertson Corinne Nampijinpa Ryan Christine Nakamarra Curtis Angelina Nampiijnpa Tasman Sabrina Nangala Robertson Daphne Napurrurla White Serena Nakamarra Shannon Janelle Napurrurla Wilson Saraeva Napangardi Marshall Roxanne Nungarrayi Martin Athena Nangala Granites Marlene Napurrurla Ross Molly Napurrurla Martin Lorraine Nungarrayi Granites