ReDot Fine Art Gallery is honoured to present the follow up exhibition to Walkatjunanyi Inmaku (Painting Songs). This exhibition, called Kuwaritja, builds on the themes of the 2017 sell-out show and explores new techniques and ideas from some of the communities most senior artists and a new rising star too, Helen Curtis.
Located at Nyapari community about 100 km south of Uluru (Ayres Rock) in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, in the remote north west corner of South Australia, Tjungu Palya Arts is one of the most innovative art centres in Central Australia and is solely Aboriginal owned and governed.
The exhibition runs from Wednesday 6 June to Saturday 27 June 2018.
A must-see exhibition for those interested in following recent developments in Indigenous art. This is a wonderful opportunity to view important and collectable artwork emerging from Australia today, created by some of the most talented proponents of one of the world’s oldest art forms.