Noŋgirrŋa Marawili


Group Exhibition: Wurrdha Marra

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia presents a new ongoing group exhibition.

Group Exhibition: Miwatj Yolŋu, Sunrise People

Bundanon presents a group exhibition of works by Yolŋu artists from the Yirrkala Community.

Alcaston Gallery at Sydney Contemporary: Group Exhibition

Alcaston Gallery presents a group exhibition at Sydney Contemporary.

Group Exhibition: Fearless, Contemporary Indigenous Women in the Hassall Milson collection

S.H. Ervin Gallery presents an exhibition featuring the work of Mantua Nangala, NoŊgirrŊa Marawili, Makinti Napanangka, Naata Nungurrayi and many others, drawn exclusively from the Hassall Milson Collection.

Nonggirrnga Marawili: New Paintings on Barks and Boards

Alcaston Gallery presents works by Nonggirrnga Marawili.

Group Exhibition: New Acquisitions / New Perspectives

Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA) presents a group exhibition featuring works acquired 2018 – 2023.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili and Leo Loomans: FLUENT

Drill Hall Gallery presents work by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili and Leo Loomans.

MCA Australia and Tate Modern announce six new joint acquisitions

Artworks by five prominent Australian artists recently acquired by two world-leading art institutions.

Bark painting by Noŋggirrŋa Marawili acquired by Tate Modern and MCA

Bark painting by prominent Aboriginal artist acquired by two world-leading art institutions.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: Ganydjarr-Energy

Alcaston Gallery presents new work by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili including paintings on bark, composite timber board, paper and larrakitj poles.

Group Exhibition: Heart of Country: Arnhem Land Barks

An exhibition of stunning bark paintings from a private collection presented in association with the Drill Hall Gallery, Canberra.

What’s in the Stockroom: Alcaston Gallery

Explore the stockroom of Melbourne’s Alcaston Gallery, with Gallery Manager Glenn Manson and Senior Curator Adriana Del Medico.

And the NATSIAA winners are…

280 entries. 68 finalists. 7 winners. 1 global exhibition.

NATISAA announces 2019 finalists

The largest Indigenous art prize in Australia has announced its finalists.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: Fingers in the paint

The work of Nonggirrnga Marawili can at once ground viewers in the present and speak to another time.


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