Harvey Art Projects in conjunction with Mimili Maku Arts is proud to present this very special exhibit exhibit from women artists of Mimili Maku Arts including founding memeber artists Milatjari Pumani and Kunmanara (Kathleen) Injiki Tjapalyi.
Harvey Art Projects 4/8/18 - 5/9/18
Antara, 2018, Acrylic on linen
Linda Puna and Puna Yanima.
Drawing upon the 2018 National NAIDOC theme Because of her, we can!, Wangka Kutjara, Tjukurpa Kutju (language for Two Voices, One Tjukurpa) presents the mother-daughter relationship of Anangu women Puna Yanima and Linda Puna for the first time in a public gallery setting.
Linden New Arts 28/7/18 - 2/9/18
Puna Yanima, Antara, 2018, Acrylic on linen.
This major exhibition will feature 10 new commissions by artists from south-east Australia and beyond, in an exploration of everyday life and experiences of Aboriginal people today.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art 07/07/18- 16/09/18
Robert Fielding, Untitled 2018, from the series Objects of Origin 2018, digital photograph.
The 77 kilometre road between my home in Mimili community and the neighbouring community of Indulkana is scattered with car wrecks (mutaka katalypa). I call them ‘graveyards in between’.
Blackartprojects 04/4/18 - 14/4/18
Robert Fielding, Graveyards in Between, 2018, print.
These emerging young artists have watched, listened and learned from their grandparents, the senior men and women of the APY Lands.
APY Gallery 23/03/2018
Marina Pumani Brown, Ngayuku Ngura Kuwari, 2018, Acrylic on linen
Tjukurpa Kunpu Mulapa - Culture, strong and true
Kunmanara Williams and Kunmanara Martin
Outstation Gallery 03/03/2018 - 24/03/2018
Kunmanara Williams, Tjukurpa Kunpu Mulapa, 2018, screenprint on found map