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Wirura Kanyini

Wirura kanyini, meaning ‘well looked after’, is a video work in three parts by artist Robert Fielding that explores the storylines of past, present and future Mimili Community, which is located in the remote Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia.

13/07/2020

Art Gallery of NSW - Online

Robert Fielding,

From Milpatjunanyi, 2020,

single-channel digital video

Josina Pumani

26/05/2020

APY Gallery - Online

Josina Pumani,

Antara, 2020,

Acrylic on linen

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Betty Kuntiwa Pumani and Marina Pumani Brown

 

13/05/20

Alcaston Gallery

Betty Kuntiwa Pumani,

Antara, 2019,

Acrylic on linen

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Kinara Mimi

 

27/03/20

RAFT Gallery

Linda Puna,

Ngayuku Ngura, 2019,

Acrylic on linen

Kulilaya munu nintiriwa (Listen and learn)

Our late Elder and art centre director Kunmanara Williams was invited to participate in the Biennale of Sydney before his passing in March 2019. His vision for the exhibition was a large-scale political protest piece, working with the young men in Mimili to show to the world that Tjukurpa was still strong, that language was still alive, and that there was much left to learn from Anangu traditional owners.

12/03/20

NIRIN 2020, Art Gallery of NSW

Mimili Maku Arts,

Kulilaya munu nintiriwa, 2020

Installation at the Art Gallery of NSW

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Tjintungka

This show focuses on the exciting new work by the next generation working at Mimili Maku Arts, as well as collaborative pieces.

12/03/20

Short St Gallery

Emma Singer,

Kapi, 2019

Acrylic on linen

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Routes / Roots

Robert Fielding solo exhibition

22/02/20-17/05/20

 

Linden New Art

Robert Fielding,

Roots,

2019, Bronze, gold leaf, camel wool, kulata (spear wood), mulga, mulga leaf resin and kangaroo sinew

© Mimili Maku Arts 2020