Alcaston Gallery

Exhibition Space: 84 William Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Head office: Level 3, 50 Market Street Melbourne VIC 3000

P: +61 3 8849 9668

E: art@alcastongallery.com.au

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FEATURED STORIES AND EXHIBITIONS

Nellie Ngampa Coulthard – TJUNTALA NGURANGKA – Wattle Country

Alcaston Gallery presents works by Nellie Ngampa Coulthard

The Hermannsburg Potters: Kwatja-Iperra, Pmara Etatha-Errama; After rain, Country becomes Alive

Alcaston Gallery presents work by The Hermannsburg Potters

Ms D. Yunupiŋgu (c. 1945 – 2022): Solo Exhibition

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Ms D.Yunupiŋu (c. 1945 - 2022)

Yaritji Young: Yaaltjigka Ngayulu Ngaranyi – Where I Stand

Alcaston Gallery presents works by Yaritji Young

Kunmanara Martin (1963 – 2022): Malpa Kutjara (Two Friends)

Alcaston Gallery presents works by Kunmanara (Judy) Martin (1963-2022)

Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin: Malpa Kutjara (Two Friends)

Alcaston Gallery presents works by Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin

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.

Tiger Yaltangki: Let There Be Rock

Alcaston Gallery presents new work by Tiger Yaltangki.

Betty Kuntiwa Pumani: Kunpu Naranyi (Standing Strong)

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Betty Kuntiwa Pumani

Collectors Love: Kunmanara Mungkuri

With sell-out shows in 2021, these artists were clearly collector favourites of the year.

Bugai Whyoulter: Survey Exhibition 2015-2022

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Bugai Whyoulter.

Karen Mills: Unfold

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Karen Mills.

Shirley Macnamara: Yesterday

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Shirley Macnamara.

Linda Puna: Awari! – Wow!

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Linda Puna.

Barbara Mbitjana Moore: Here And Now: My Connection To Country

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Barbara Mbitjana Moore.

Group exhibition: All About Art 2022

Alcaston Gallery presents a group exhibition.

The Hermannsburg Potters: Artwa Urrknga Mpaaritjaarta – Men Making Claywork

Alcaston Gallery presents The Hermannsburg Potters

Judy Holding: The Wren and The Pardalote

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Judy Holding.

Judy Martin: Kurunpa Tjunanyi – Putting The Spirit Back In Place

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Judy Martin.

Mick Wikilyiri: Ngayuku Ngura – My Country, Apara Springs

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Mick Wikilyiri.

Yaritji Young: Ngura Kunpu – Strong Country

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Yaritji Young.

Alec Baker: Nganana Ngura Nganampa Ninti – We Know Our Country Well

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Alec Baker.

Peter Mungkuri OAM: Nganana Ngura Nganampa Ninti – We Know Our Country Well

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Peter Mungkuri OAM.

Tiger Yaltangki: High Voltage

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Tiger Yaltangki.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: Ḏäl – Resilience

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Nonggirrnga Marawili.

Group exhibition: Nganampa Walytja – Antara

Alcaston Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Group exhibition: Nganana Mukurikula Paintamilani – We Love to Paint!

Alcaston Gallery presents a group exhibition.

Djerrkŋu Yunupiŋu: I am a Mermaid

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Djerrkŋu Yunupiŋu.

The Hermannsburg Potters: Pmara nurnaka imanka, Pmara nurnaka lyaarta – Country, then and now

Alcaston Gallery presents work by the Hermannsburg Potters.

Carlene Thompson: Kanpi Country

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Carlene Thompson.

Mick Wikilyiri: Mama Untalpa Kunpu – Strong Father and Daughter

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Mick Wikilyiri.

Yaritji Young: Mama Untalpa Kunpu – Strong Father and Daughter

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Yaritji Young.

VIDEO: Pull Focus with Karen Mills

Watch Briony Downes in conversation with artist Karen Mills about 'Saltbush Terrain'.

Group Exhibition: Spirit Journeys – The Ngukurr School of Art, an Archival Exhibition

Alcaston Gallery presents the group exhibition Spirit Journeys.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: Dha`irr’yun

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili.

Judy Holding: Specimen Gully

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Judy Holding.

Kunmanara (Ray) Ken: Solo Exhibition

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Kunmanara (Ray) Ken.

Tiger Yaltangki: Dinosaurs and Rockers

Alcaston Gallery presents work by TIGER YALTANGKI.

Peggy Napangardi Jones: Peggy Napangardi Jones

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Peggy Napangardi Jones.

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.

Solo Exhibition: Rupert Jack

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Rupert Jack.

Dual Exhibition: Betty Kuntiwa Pumani and Marina Pumani Brown

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Betty Kuntiwa Pumani and Marina Pumani Brown.

Group Exhibition: Artists Of The APY Art Centre Collective

Alcaston Gallery presents the group exhibition Artists Of The APY Art Centre Collective.

Barbara Mbitjana Moore: Ngura Kunpu Kanyintjaku

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Barbara Mbitjana Moore.

Group exhibition: MAKUWALADA

Alcaston Gallery presents the group exhibition 'MAKUWALADA'.

MAF participating galleries

Melbourne Art Fair returns to Melbourne in June.

Group Exhibition: TJILPI – APY Senior Men

Alcaston Gallery presents group exhibition TJILPI – APY Senior Men.

Group Exhibition: The Hermannsburg Potters – Looking Back, Moving Forward

Alcaston Gallery presents 'The Hermannsburg Potters – Looking Back, Moving Forward'.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili: Pink Lightning

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili.

Karen Mills: Forsaken Interiors And Other Contemplations

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Karen Mills.

Judy Holding: Voices From The Land II

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Judy Holding

Carlene Thompson: Kalaya Ngura – Emu Country

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Carlene Thompson.

Yaritji Young: From my Father’s Country

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Yaritji Young.

Mick Wikilyiri: Ngayuku Tjukurpa Kunpu – My Strong Story

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Mick Wikilyiri for a solo exhibition.

Dean Smith: Møns Klint

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Dean Smith.

Sally Gabori: Juwarnda – Black Dolphin

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Sally Gabori.

Betty Kuntiwa Pumani takes out 50k painting prize

Betty Kuntiwa Pumani has won the 2019 Len Fox Painting Award for her work Antara.

Karen Mills: Solo Exhibition

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Karen Mills.

Group Exhibition: NGANAMPA WALYTJA – OUR FAMILY

Alcaston Gallery presents the group exhibition 'Nganampa walytja – Our family'.

Sydney Contemporary brings fresh works in 2019

Your first look at the galleries and artists showing at Australia’s largest annual art fair.

Group exhibition: Sea Change Tree Change Changing Together

Alcaston Gallery presents the group exhibition Sea Change Tree Change Changing Together.

Judy Holding: VOICES FROM THE LAND I

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Judy Holding.

Kathleen Paddoon: Nakarra Nakarra

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Kathleen Paddoon.

Tiger Yaltangki: Malpa Wiru – Good Friends

Alcaston Gallery presents work by Tiger Yaltangki.

Group Exhibition: TJILPI & PAMPA – SENIOR IWANTJA ARTISTS

Alcaston Gallery presents an exhibition of new paintings by Iwantja Arts.

Tiger Yaltangki: Controlled Chaos

Tiger Yaltangki’s moshpit-like canvases are explosive fusions of traditional and contemporary culture.

Kawita Vatanajyankur: The Tools of Change

Kawita Vatanajyankur turns her own body into a factory machine because this is what labourers are turning into these days.

Melbourne Art Fair Gallery List Announced

The art world has been waiting with bated breath to hear about the gallery line-up at Melbourne Art Fair.

Sydney Contemporary Announces 2018 Gallery List

Sydney Contemporary has stepped up its program for its first year as an annual art fair.

NATSIAA 2017: Pick of the crop

Our writers select the highlight works from the 2017 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

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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