ReDot Fine Art Gallery is extremely honoured to welcome back one of Australia’s most exciting Indigenous community art centres, Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency, in a ground-breaking exhibition which involves one of the most ambitious body of works the community has ever produced and has taken almost 24 months to bring to its fitting realisation.
Following on from our strongly-curated exhibitions in 2016 and leveraging on a close-knitted working relationship with this progressive and exciting community art centre, Old Stories New Ways is a breath-taking body of 47 works, ranging from acrylic on Perspex and etchings on tin, completed by six senior women and one magical elder-lawman.
This is a collection of works by established female artists Sonia Kurarra, Daisy Japulija, Tjigila Nada Rawlins, Tarku Rosie Tarco King, Lisa Uhl, the recently departed doyenne Rosie Uhl and the master of the mark-making, Ngarralja Tommy May.
The exhibitions begin on Saturday 7th April and run until Saturday 28th April 2018, almost exactly two years since the last monumental exhibition by this community in Singapore. A must-see for anyone interested in following the on-going developments in Indigenous Art and an opportunity to better understand the work being produced by one of Australia’s finest community based Indigenous art projects.