Australian Indigenous Art Exhibition in SW19

Australian Indigenous Art Exhibition in SW19

Posted by Lady Wimbledon | 2 December 2016 | Arts & Culture

A special Australian Indigenous Art Exhibition is being held in Wimbledon Village on Sunday 4 December, showcasing the stunning and intricate artwork from the Northern Territory.

Tingari Arts of Central Australia and Eastern Desert Art are the two Central Australian Galleries, Art Dealer Sarah-Jane Holden represents.

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Mitjili Napurrula ‘Watiya & Water Going Through the Root System’

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George Ward Tjungurray

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Walala Tjapaltjarri

“Sarah-Jane’s commitment to the artists of the Central and Western Desert and her eye for exceptional, tour de force works are what set her Indigenous art collection apart. Of particular note are the powerful, monumental works by Walala Tjapaltjarri and George Ward Tjungurrayi. Not to be missed.” Arjmand Aziz, Lecturer in Asian and Tribal Arts at SOAS, University of London.

Work from artists include; Cowboy Louie Pwerle, Ningura Napurrula, Gloria Petyarre and Joy Kngwarreye Jones, to name a few. Plus keep your eyes peeled for a selection of sculptures carefully chosen by Maundy Todd.

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When: Sunday 4 December 2016 

Time: 11.00am – 4.00pm

Where: 9 Parkside Avenue, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5ES

Cost: FREE

*The Exhibition continues until Sunday 11 December
11.00am – 4.00pm, or by request. 

Visit: aboriginal-artists.co.uk
Facebook: @TingariArts

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