2014 Exhibitions

Famous Ladies

A selection of paintings by
notable Aboriginal artists
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Dec 19 to Jan 6
Jilamara kapi nginingawla ratuwati kapi nginingingila ratuwati
(Jilamara from our island to your island)

Recent paintings & sculptures from Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Milikapiti, Melville Island
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5th – 21st December
Looking from Within

Paintings by Mick Quilliam
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14th – 30th November
“Bundji”

Sam Juparulla Wickman
Glass & Paintings
Opening 6pm Friday 17th October
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17 – 31 Oct
Northern Exposure

A selection of works chosen by Gallery Director, Euan Hills, on his recent trip to Darwin and Alice Springs
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Sept 17
Quela’s Eden

Solo exhibition of Julian Oates recent paintings
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29 August to
7 September
DACOU Dreaming

Dreaming Art Centre of Utopia
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1 – 17 Aug
Anjolu Heather Umbagai

‘Gems’ from 2003
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2 July – 11 July
Nyirripi Now 2014

Recent paintings from the Warlpiri community
of Nyirripi, NT
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11-27 July
First Generation Warmun Artists

Paintings by Queenie McKenzie,
Jack Britten & Freddie Timms
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June 13 – 29
Papulankutja Palya

paintings from the Blackstone community,
Gibson Desert
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2 – 18 May
Kimberley Dances

Bali Bali Balga & Djunba
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28 April – 2nd May
Tiwi Tradition

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4 – 22 April
Billy Bunster Selection

A selection of paintings to commemorate the reincarnation of Hunter Island. Captain Billy Bunster was the original owner of Art Mob’s building from 1829.
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March 25 – April 2
Heavens Above

paintings & prints reflecting the
indigenous night sky
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14 – 28 March
“The Dealer is the Devil” book launch with author Adrian Newstead in attendance

The first definitive history of the Aboriginal Art Market – a warts and all, fast-paced, compelling and provocative account by leading Australian dealer.
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13 Feb
Dealing in Dots

Featuring our dotty duo Pansy Napangardi & Fabrianne Nampitjinpa Peterson
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13 – 28 Feb
Tourist Tat & other problematic,
tokenistic spotty meanderings

Art Mob’s response to UK criticism of the Australian Landscapes exhibition at the Royal Academy, London
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Jan 10 – 26