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Exhibitions

Araluen Art Collection

Drawn from the Araluen Collection and various local collections, this exhibition celebrates the genesis of three distinct creative movements and the influence each has had on the evolution of contemporary Aboriginal art in Central Australia across the past 85 years. The Hermannsburg School and its ‘hero’ Albert Namatjira; the Western Desert art movement and the Hermannsburg Potters have shaped the trajectory of ground-breaking Aboriginal art from this region. In 2021 they each mark significant milestones and this exhibition celebrates the legacy of these movements and the lineage of the artists at their core.

Gallery 

Image: Hubert Pareroultja Tjoritja (West MacDonnell Ranges) 2019 Watercolour on paper 74 x 105 cm. Araluen Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2019.

Dates 

06 November 2020 - 12 September 2021

Times 

Summer Trading Hours
Tuesday -  Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am - 2pm
Closed Mondays 

Genre 

Exhibitions

Location 

Extra information 

Accessibility

wheelchair 

Rating

G

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