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Art Almanac

September 2017 $6

Out of the Ordinary Marco Fusinato Consuelo Cavaniglia

Art Almanac September 2017

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We celebrate tenacious and multifaceted artists who collaborate and welcome interdisciplinary ideas and forms. Artist and broadcaster Julian Day writes about Marco Fusinato’s drawings and interest in noise as music, ‘Tell’ challenges the conventions and purpose of photography, Consuelo Cavaniglia’s sculptural practice evolves as it flirts with geometry and experimental scores. The artists in ‘Out of the Ordinary’ and ‘Every Brilliant Eye’ embrace what’s off-kilter to bring us closer to art.

Deadline for October 2017 issue: Friday 1 September, 2017.

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Cover Marco Fusinato, Mass Black Implosion (Coordination I-V, Anestis Logothetis), 2017, ink on archival facsimile of score, 90 x 77cm Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne

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Sydney Contemporary Carriageworks will become a hive of activity for the arts community and its audience from 7 to 10 September for ‘Sydney Contemporary’, an annual event on the Australian arts calendar. A host of local, national and international galleries will feature the best in contemporary art with new work to be revealed through a diverse range of established and emergent arts practices across six platforms: Current, Future, Paper, Performance, Installation and Video. The program includes conversation with leading creatives, a children’s play-scape created by Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango and the chance to see the latest in art publications. Art Almanac will be at the fair, please come and say hello. Opening night includes music, food and performance on Thursday 7 September, 5-9pm. Robyn Stacey, Wendy and Brett Whiteley’s Library, Lavender Bay, 2016, photograph, created using a camera obscura Courtesy the artist

Speaking Volumes Fremantle Arts Centre is showcasing a selection of artists’ books from the City of Fremantle Art Collection from 22 September to 11 November. The award-winning books collected over 20 years present an opportunity to get up-close and personal with these unique objects. ‘Speaking Volumes’ includes pieces by Dianne Longley (SA), Jan Davis (VIC), Peter Charuk (NSW), Marieke Dench (VIC), Antonietta Covino-Beehre (VIC), Joel Gailer (VIC) and Damiano Bertoli (VIC). Combining a range of papers, mediums, printmaking techniques and processes these remarkable books challenge the act of reading and invite us to consider our understanding of what constitutes art. An artist talk will take place on Saturday 23 September, 2-4pm at the gallery. Jan Davis, Solomon, 1995, digital print artist book seven volumes in slipcase, edition 2/10, 14.7 x 9.4 x 14cm Winner of the 1995 FAC Print Award Courtesy the artist and Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia


Discovering Dobell Christopher Heathcote Wakefield Press

Essays by art critic and curator Christopher Heathcote are accompanied by sketches, drawings on paper and oil paintings by William Dobell (1899-1970) in the title that presents a captivating profile of the achievements of this significant Australian painter and Archibald Prize winner (1943). Dobell was inspired by modern society and journeyed between Australia and England he captured the spirit and character of people from all walks of life in his figurative works. Portraits of artist Joshua Smith, writer Dame Mary Gilmore and Helena Rubinstein along with other notable figures, the working-class and children at play, as well as Dobell’s studies of New Guinea are featured throughout the pages of this large-format hardcover publication.

Seeing Saltwater Country Sally Mayman and Dale Kentwell Fremantle Press

Painter Dale Kentwell and photographer Sally Mayman collaborated with Indigenous people and communities of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region of north western Australia to relay traditional knowledge and connection to country. Styled in an almost year-book fashion with photos, paintings and quotes we gain contemporary insight into people’s feelings about home and place and are offered the beginnings of an education of Bardi and Jawa names for flora and fauna. As Kentwell describes the project encourages us to “heed traditional Indigenous ecological knowledge” for continuity, understanding and to guard against threats to wellbeing, such as gas extraction. The royalties the artists make from this title will be directed back to the communities for further arts initiatives.


Tell Simon Brigden Now entering its 13th year, the ‘Ballarat International Foto Biennale’ (BIFB) is one of Australia’s foremost fairs of contemporary national and international photography. The ambitious 2017 program will be held over six primary venues and more than 80 public spaces, such as cafes and wine bars, across the Victorian city. The diversity of BIFB’s activated sites is matched by the thematic range of its program; ‘Self/Selfie’ investigates the role of the titular image in society; ‘#Dysturb’ showcases the work of international photojournalists seeking to short-circuit the 24-hour news cycle and ‘David LaChapelle’ is the first Australian solo exhibition of the American photographer. Amongst this flurry of activity sits ‘Tell’, an exhibition of contemporary photography by Indigenous Australian artists. ‘Tell’ is curated by Palawa woman Jessica Clark, a curator and tutor at Melbourne’s RMIT University who recently completed the Australia Council Professional Development Program at the 2017 Venice Biennale. ‘Tell’ includes the work of 17 artists who consider both the medium of photography and Indigenous stories. Its original and diverse photographic methods and narratives promise to enrich our understanding of the field of


Future Eaters Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) Until 23 September, 2017 Melbourne

Alex Valero A Grey Mirror

JamFactory – Contemporary Craft & Design Until 17 September, 2017 South Australia

With the function of our museums as both timekeeper and a space for ideas to gestate, curator Charlotte Day considers how people of the future may see the sculpture of our time. The show investigates the way materials and technology are constantly evolving; “I wanted to play with the timescale of the museum and push the gallery space into the future”, says Day. Australian artists include; Hany Armanious, Benjamin Armstrong, Damiano Bertoli, Marley Dawson, Lewis Fidock & Joshua Petherick and Mira Gojak.

Alex Valero’s practice aims to expand the sculptural possibilities of glass by pushing and combining traditional techniques in unconventional ways. In his first solo exhibition, Valero investigates the relationship between medium and mind, creating a landscape that invites the viewer into the depths of grey uncertainty and existential doubt. Valero says he has attempted to capture in physical form, the questions that bounce around in his mind “problems of perspective, of infinite regress, of fuzzy definitions, and of broken metaphors.”

Aleksandra Domanović, Substances of human origin (Pose 3), 2015, laser-sintered PA plastic, polyurethane, Soft-Touch and messing finish (detail) Collection of Lisa and Danny Goldberg, Sydney Photograph: Christian Capurro Courtesy the artist and Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne

Victory over craft, 2015, hot formed and cold worked glass, 8 x 8 x 8cm Courtesy the artist and JamFactory, Contemporary Craft & Design, South Australia


Clare Thackway Ties

The Egg & Dart Until 9 September, 2017 New South Wales

Cross-Currents: from island to mainland Gold Coast City Gallery 9 September to 5 November, 2017 Queensland

Human movement and the sensuous undulations of fabric are used to signpost the psychological and physical ‘push-pull’ flexibility of women, both in the past and as part of contemporary life in the new paintings of Clare Thackway. Here, the artist draws on the suppleness of oil paint to re-work the female figure to communicate both its beauty and grace and the balancing act of mother or carer as well as the responsibilities of being a working woman.

South Stradbroke Island was the setting for an Indigenous artist camp mentored by Judy Watson focused on sharing strong connections to country and exploring new skills. ‘Cross-Currents’ displays work this unique journey inspired with many artists expanding their ‘go-to’ approaches with fishnets, ochre, new symbols, shaping branches or inventing forms which refract the native landscape; new works from Claire Agale, Glenn Barry, Glennys Briggs, Libby Harward, Alicia Jones, Kiana Larkins, Bryce Moran, Lisa Sorbie Martin, Jason Murphy, Dylan Sarra and Neville Torrisheba.

Ghost, 2017, oil on cut-out aluminium composite panel, 105 x 121 x 50cm Courtesy the artist and The Egg & Dart, New South Wales

Judy Watson leading day 1 art classes with artists, 20 March 2017 Photograph: Jo-Anne Driessens Courtesy Gold Coast City Gallery, Queensland


Artist Opportunities We have selected a few galleries and funding bodies calling for submissions for Art Awards, Artist Engagements, Grants, Public Art, Residency Programs, Exhibition Proposals and more. Enjoy and good luck! NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship

Our congratulations are extended to the nine finalists who have been selected to participate in the 2017 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship enabled by Artspace and Create NSW (NSWVAEF). Fernando do Campo, Emma Fielden, Ashleigh Garwood, Spence Messih, Claudia Nicholson, Emily ParsonsLord, Jason Phu, Shan Turner-Carroll and Louise Zhang are all shortlisted for the fellowship, coupled with the opportunity to display their work and gain public exposure and recognition. In the lead up to November’s announcement and exhibition the curatorial team at Artspace, Director Alexie GlassKantor, Curator Talia Linz and Curatorial Assistant Lola Pinder, will perform a series of studio visits. At its conclusion, the program will afford a visual artist at the beginning of their career to undertake a self-directed program of professional development. The NSWVAEF is an initiative valued at $30,000 and offered by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

Blacktown City Art Prize

Entries close 10 October, 2017 The Blacktown City Art Prize offers cash prizes totalling $20,000 and acquisitive awards. Artists are invited to submit entries in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and mixed media. The winning entry receives $15,000, Aboriginal Artist Prize $2,000, Local Artist Prize $2,000 and People’s Choice Prize $1,000. An exhibition will be held at Blacktown Arts Centre 2 December 2017 to 27 January 2018.

The Chelsea International Photography Competition

Entries close 13 September, 2017 This photography competition is open to amateur and professional photographers both nationally and internationally. A total prize pool of more than $55,000 is on offer. Selected finalists will be exhibited at Agora Gallery in New York from 27 January to 7 February 2018 and receive promotional support from the gallery including press material, invitations, catalogues, social media and more.

Digital Portraiture Award

Entries close 17 September, 2017 The National Portrait Gallery is calling on artists to submit works for the 2017 Digital Portraiture Award. This award aims to explore what a portrait might look like in the digital age – movies, stop-motion animation, soundscape, music video, games and bots are all forms to be considered (photographic stills are not accepted). The winner receives $10,000 and a residency at The Edge, the State Library of Queensland’s digital culture centre for experimentation in science, art, technology and enterprise. Finalists’ work will be on show at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra from 1 December 2017 to 18 February 2018, and online.

Artbank + ACMI Commission

From left: 2017 NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship Finalists with Artspace and Create NSW staff, Create NSW Senior Manager Sector Investment (Arts) Sam Wild, Artspace Deputy Director Michelle Newton and Front of House Coordinator and Curatorial Assistant Lola Pinder, artists Ashleigh Garwood, Louise Zhang, Jason Phu and Emily Parsons-Lord, Artspace Executive Director Alexie Glass-Kantor, Fernando do Campo, Spence Messih, Emma Fielden, Shan TurnerCarroll, Claudia Nicholson, Artspace Curator Talia Linz and Create NSW CEO Michael Brealey Photograph: Maja Baska

Applications close 5pm, 15 September Artbank and Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) are seeking applications from Australian artists and filmmakers for a newly developed commission. This Commission is designed to engage with cinema, experimental film, artists’ film and the avant-garde to create ambitious, experimental works to be presented on cinema screen or in the gallery space. Each year one artist or filmmaker will be awarded $70,000 and an ACMI X industry membership. Projects are invited that will be ready for development and production in October 2017 for mid-2018.


Terrence John Hadler Gallery Upstairs at Australian By Design Shop 20, The Block Arcade, 282 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9663-9883, 0404-699-033. E W H Open daily.

Tolarno Galleries

Level 4, 104 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9654-6000 F 9654-7000. E W Director: Jan Minchin (member of ACGA). H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 1.00 to 5.00. On view through Sept will be a changing display of new works by: Brook Andrew, Benjamin Armstrong, Peter Atkins, Martin Bell, Andrew Browne, Nicholas Folland, Douglas Lance Gibson, Brent Harris, Louise Hearman, Peter Hennessey, Bill Henson, Brendan Huntley, Tim Johnson, Anastasia Klose, Rosemary Laing, Christopher Langton, Danie Mellor, Tim Maguire, Dan Moynihan, Riley Payne, Patricia Piccinini, Ben Quilty, Caroline Rothwell, David Wadelton, Judy Watson and Elizabeth Willing. To Sept 9 @50 – an exhibition marking 50 years of presenting Contemporary Australian Art. Sept 21 to Oct 28 Brent Harris.

Pat Brassington, Breathe, 2014, edition of 8, pigment print, 50 x 40.5cm Courtesy the artist and ARC ONE Gallery

West End Art Space

BLINDSIDE Artist-Run Space

175-185 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003. E W H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 4.00, Sun-Tues by appt. Sept 2 to 30 (opening Sat Sept 2, 2-4pm) Ambrosia by Sarah Randall – residency sponsored by Trenerry Group. Also, Reframe by Arite Kannavos, and Transcendence by Kerrie Warren (see ad page 108).

Flinders Lane Anna Schwartz Gallery

185 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9654-6131. E W Director: Anna Schwartz. H Tues-Fri 12.00 to 6.00, Sat 1.00 to 5.00. To Sept 2 Boring, very boring by Susan Cohn. To Sept 30 Mass Black Implosion by Marco Fusinato.

Nicholas Building, Level 7, Room 14, 37 Swanston Street (enter via lifts in Cathedral Arcade), Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9650-0093. E W H Tues-Sat 12.00 to 6.00 during exhibition programs. Closed public hols. To Sept 9 Tacit Recollection – Monika Brugger, Yu Chun Chen, Yu Fang Chi, Carole Deltenre, Yuni Kim Lang and Lauren Kalman, curated by Yu Fang Chi. Also, Screen Series: Atong Atem, curated by Kate Warren. Also, Screen Series: Play – Turtles All The Way Down. BLINDSIDE Screen Series is presented by Channels Festival 2017. To Sept 27 Play2: Observed Signal – Federation Square video work by Zanny Begg, Caroline Garcia and Yandell Walton, curated Kali Michailidis. Sept 13 to 30 A collection of objects to retain from a collection of objects to discard by Leanne Failla. Also, Fragments and Remnants (FAR) by Jonathan HomseyJonathan Homsey.

ARC ONE Gallery

45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000. T (03) 9650-0589. E W Directors: Fran Clark and Suzanne Hampel (member of ACGA). H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. To Sept 16 Mirage by Catherine Woo. Sept 19 to Oct 21 The Circle Divine group show. Atong Atem, Self Portrait as a Martian Courtesy the artist and BLINDSIDE

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CBD The Rocks Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW)

Art Gallery Road, Sydney 2000. T (02) 9225-1744, 1800-679-278. W Admission charges apply to some exhibitions. H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Art After Hours: Wed to 9pm. Until 2018 Out of the Ordinary. To Oct 2 O’Keeffe, Preston, Cossington Smith: making modernism. To Oct 8 Mervyn Bishop. To Oct 22 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2017. To Nov 12 Passion and procession: art of the Philippines. To Feb 4, 2018 Mikala Dwyer. Brett Whiteley Studio, Surry Hills: to Nov 19 Brett Whiteley: west of the divide. Fri-Sun 10.00 to 4.00 only.

The Art of Dr. Seuss presented by Harvey Galleries, QVB

Queen Victoria Building , Level 2, 33-35 / 455 George Street, Sydney 2000. T (02) 9261-0275. E W H Mon-Wed 10.00 to 6.00, Thurs 10.00 to 8.00, Fri-Sat 10.00 to 6.00, Sun 11.00 to 5.00. Authorised editions from the Seuss Estate.

Astor Art Gallery & Studio Sally Robinson & Bruce Pussell 123-125 Macquarie Street (enter via Phillip Lane), Sydney 2000. T (02) 9247-8060. E W H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, or by appt. Through Sept paintings, prints and glasswork.

Crawford Gallery

Level 1, Dymocks Building, 428 George Street, Sydney 2000. T 0422-144-688. E W H Wed-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. To Sept 12 Line and Space – Lynne Eastaway, PJ Hickman, Annelies Jahn, Pollyxenia Joannou, Brent Hallard, Susan Andrews and Louise Blyton. Curated by Suzie Idiens. Sept 14 to Oct 10 Drapery works on paper by Luis Vargas.

Luis Vargas, Untitled 7, 2017, mixed media on paper Courtesy the artist and Crawford Gallery Kushana Bush, Pressed open hook, 2009, gouache and pencil on paper frame © Kushana Bush Photograph: Christopher Snee, AGNSW Courtesy the artist and Art Gallery of New South Wales

Customs House

31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay 2000. T (02) 92428551. E W H Mon-Fri 8am to midnight, Sat 10am to midnight, Sun 11am to 5pm, closed public hols. To Feb 2018 Something Else is Alive: Sydney and the Animal Instinct – Mechelle Bounpraseuth, Blak Douglas, Mylyn Nguyen and Garry Trinh.

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Civic Inner North ANCA Gallery

1 Rosevear Place, Dickson 2602. T (02) 6247-8736. E W H Wed-Sun 12.00 to 5.00. To Sept 10 We Collapse We Build New Cities – Zoë Croggon, Spencer Lai, Liam O’Brian, Julia Thwaites, Emma Caskey, Madelyn Trewin and Sarah McCauley, curated by Angus McGrath. Sept 13 to Oct 1 (opening Wed Sept 13, 6pm) Dreaming of Remembering – Tiffany Cole, Lia Tajcnar, Daniel Edwards and Naomi Zouwer, curated by Grace Blakely-Carroll.

Naomi Zouwer, Tiny Taxonomy of Teeny Weeny things, 2016, oil on board, 20.5 x 25.5cm Courtesy the artist and ANCA Gallery

Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Gorman Arts Centre 55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon 2612. T (02) 6247-0188. E W H Tues-Sat 11.00 to 5.00. Sept 8 to 9 Fake News.

Canberra Museum and Gallery

Cnr London Circuit and Civic Square, Canberra City 2600. T (02) 6207-3968. W H Mon-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 12.00 to 4.00.

Craft Act Craft and Design Centre

Level 1, North Building, 180 London Circuit, Canberra 2601. T (02) 6262-9333. E W H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 4.00. Sept 21 to Nov 4 Craft ACT Annual Members Exhibition.

The Front Gallery & Café

Shop 3, 1 Wattle Place, Lyneham 2602. T (02) 6249-8453. E W Visit website for exhibition program.

GOST – Gallery of small things

27 Wade Street, Watson 2602. T 0422-263-533. E W H Mon-Fri 11.00 to 6.00, Sat-Sun 11.00 to 4.00. Sept 28 to Oct 29 (Public opening Sat Sept 30, and Sun Oct 1, 11-4pm) 3 CUBED ceramic works by Ben Carter, Anna Calluori Holcombe, Greg Daly, Janet DeBoos, Vicki Grima, Fran Romano, Joanne Searle, Amanda Small and Hsin-Yi (Julia) Yang.

Anna Calluori Holcombe Courtesy the artist and GOST – Gallery of small things

Acton NewActon ANU Drill Hall Gallery

Kingsley Street (off Barry Drive), Acton 2601. T (02) 6125-5832. E W Director: Terence Maloon. Free admission. H Wed-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. To Oct 15 Jude Rae.

ANU School of Art Gallery

105 Childers Street, Acton 2602. T (02) 6125-5841. E W H During Main Gallery exhibitions Tues-Fri 10.30 to 5.00, Sat 12.00 to 5.00, closed Sun-Mon and public hols.

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Hobart Sullivans Cove Battery Point Art Mob

29 Hunter Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6236-9200, 0419-393-122. E W Director: Euan Hills. H Daily 10.00 to 6.00. Aboriginal fine art, including Tasmanian Aboriginal artists.

Colville Gallery

91a Salamanca Place, Hobart 7004. T (03) 6224-4088, 0419-292-626. E W H Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Sept 1 to 20 Gallery 1: The Architect by Kate Piekutowski. Sept 3 to 20 Gallery 2: Haunts by Paul Gundry. Sept 22 to Oct 11 Gallery 1: New Works by Effie Pryer and Sebastian Galloway. Sept 24 to Oct 11 Gallery 2: From the Pointed Hill by Eloise Kirk.

Paul Gundry, 3 Sept Arise, 2017, oil on linen, 20 x 30cm Courtesy the artist and Colville Gallery

Handmark Gallery

Unique Tasmanian Art & Design, 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart 7000. Also, 2 Russell Street, Evandale 7212. T Hobart: (03) 6223-7895, Evandale: (03) 6391-8193. E Hobart:, Evandale: W Hobart: Sept 8 to 25 Nick Glade-Wright and Zsolt Faludi new paintings and ceramics. Sept 29 to Oct 16 Peter Gouldthorpe new paintings. Evandale: Sept 3 to 20 still life exhibition Handmark artists. Sept 24 to Oct 11 Diane Masters new works on paper.

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

25 Hunter Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6210-7700. E W Showcasing leading and emerging Tasmanian artists with a changing display of original contemporary artworks.

MONA Museum of Old and New Art 655 Main Road, Berriedale, Hobart 7011. T (03) 6277-9900. E W Visit website for details.

Plimsoll Gallery School of Creative Arts University of Tasmania

Hunter Street, Hobart 7000. T (03) 6226-4300. E W H Wed-Mon 12.00 to 5.00 during exhibitions, closed Tues and public hols. To Sept 17 David Thomas: Impermanences ( Changing ) – photo-paintings, wall painting and small-scale paintings by Melbourne-based artist and academic David Thomas. Thomas’ use of colour, matter, installation, painting and photography offer ways of negotiating our understanding of being, time and impermanence in a changing world.


Old Mercury Building (enter via Argyle Street Tunnel), 91-93 Macquarie Street, Hobart 7000. E W Hosting Australian and international contemporary art exhibitions and artist-in-residence programs.

David Thomas, In Time, 2015, acrylic, mixed media on laser prints, 100 x 800cm Courtesy the artist and Plimsoll Gallery

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Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and Cultural Centre

Stuart Highway, Katherine East 0850. T (08) 89723751. E W H Tues-Fri 10.00 to 5.00, Sat 10.00 to 3.00. Sept 8 to Oct 21Punuku Tjukurpa – wood carving and painting by artists from the Maruku Arts centre, Uluru.

Darwin ANKAAA The Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT)

19 Conacher Street, The Gardens, Darwin 0820. T (08) 8999-8264. E W Free entry. H Mon-Fri 9.00 to 5.00, Sat-Sun 10.00 to 5.00. To Sept 3 HOT! Highlights from the MAGNT art collection. To Nov 26 34th Telstra NATSIAA – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (see ad page 34). To Feb 18, 2018 Tjungu tja: from having come together. Sept 10 to Jan 14, 2018 A Frontier Journey: Photographs by Otto Tschirn 1915-18. Sept 16 to Feb 14, 2018 A Ticket To Paradise.

Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts, 56 McMinn Street, Darwin 0801. T (08) 8981-6134. E W Working together to keep art, country and culture strong since 1987. Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA).

Charles Darwin University Art Gallery

Ground Floor, Building Orange 12, Casuarina Campus, Darwin 0909. T (08) 8946-6621. W H Wed-Fri 10.00 to 4.00, Sat 10.00 to 2.00. Visit our website for programs and events. To Sept 30 Salon des Refusés.

Anwar Young, Unrupa Rhonda Dick and Frank Young, Kulata Tjuta-Wati kulunypa tjukurpa (Many spears - Young fella story), 2017, 37 spears, digital print, wood, kangaroo tendon, kiti (natural glue), 34th Telstra NATSIAA, winner Courtesy the artist and MAGNT

Pollyanne Tjunkaya Smith, Mamungari, 2017, acrylic in linen, 200 x 200cm Courtesy the artist and Charles Darwin University Art Gallery

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Art Almanac September 2017 Issue  

Supporting the art community since 1974

Art Almanac September 2017 Issue  

Supporting the art community since 1974