Exhibitions

  • The bite ll, etching by Monique Auricchio
  • The confrontation, etching by Monique Auricchio
  • Animal Studies lll, etching by Monique Auricchio
  • Interlude, etching by Monique Auricchio

Animal Studies by Monique Auricchio

30 May - 30 June 2020

 

Monique Auricchio has developed a reputation based on a combination of highly developed printing skills and imaginative imagery. Her work examines human perceptions of animals, often using shadow and dark tones to emphasise the threatening or foreboding elements of the relationship.

 

Monique Auricchio’s art is often whimsical and theatrical, creating dreamlike images in shadowy, semi-urban settings. The works are layered with allegorical and proverbial references, yet evoke a sense of the unfamiliar. Images often feature animals infused with human sensibility. Birds provide the artist with a rich and abundant source of subject matter, as she explores the fragile and peculiar pecking order of the human and animal condition with satirical warmth and gentle humour.

 

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  • Pink Lines, linocut by Nyapanyapa Yunupingu
  • Lightning ga Gurtha, etching and silkscreen by Nongirrnga Marawili
  • Untitled, etching by Ronnie Tjampitjimpa.
  • Boongga - Bush Potato, etching by Butcher Cherel (dec).
  • Jilamara, etching by Pedro Woenameri.
  • Parwalla etching by Elizabeth Nyumi.
  • Salt on Mina Mina, etching by Dorothy Napangardi.
  • Narbalek, etching by Bardayal Nadjamerrek AO (dec).

Shining Light: prints by leading contemporary Indigenous artists from Nomad Art Collections

24 April - 31 May 2020

 

Curated by Talitha Kennedy

 

An exhibition of limited edition prints by artists from remote Australia. Featuring works by: Nyapanyapa Yunupingu, Janangoo Butcher Cherel (dec), Pedro Wonaeamirri, Elizabeth Nyumi (dec), Bardayal Nadjamerrek (dec), Dorothy Napangardi (dec), Ronnie Tjampitjinpa.

 

Selected from Nomad Art’s comprehensive catalogue of limited edition prints, this exhibition celebrates the strength and diversity of art from the Top End, Kimberley and Central Australia through etchings, silkscreens, linocuts and lithographs.

‘Printmaking has been the ignition for many leading Indigenous artists who headline contemporary biennales and win major art awards. Works by these artists have energised the contemporary art scene with powerful creations that roar with deep culture and gift us an experience of country. In light of recent grand scale installations and immersive media works grabbing attention in the big exhibitions and events, I want to draw attention to the intimacy of prints on paper’. Talitha Kennedy 2020

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  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin
  • The Old Wife by relief etching by Jacqueline Gribbin, 19.5 x 25 cm
  • Walking Fishes of the Derwent, relief, etching, drypoint, chine colle

Enlighten Canberra

01 March - 08 March 2020

 

Projections on Parliament House by Jacqueline Gribbin.

Projections from the portfolio – Dear Gilbert…(Song for the Ichthyologist), by Jacqueline Gribbin 2017-2019. To create these works Darwin artist Jacqueline Gribbin revived a collection of old and forgotten relief printing blocks of scientific drawings by Gilbert Percy Whitley (Ichthyologist and Curator of Fishes, Australian Museum, 1922-1964).

 

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Exhibitions Archive

Recent Prints by Neridah Stockley

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Yúbburr-yubburr: Dusk

  Nomad Art in conjunction with Bábbarra Women’s Centre and Euroa Butter Factory present Yúbburr-yubburr: Dusk   Yúbburr-yubburr: Dusk brings together well-known female artists from the Kuninjku homelands of Arnhem Land. Their colourful and expressive hand printed fabrics integrate time-honoured traditions of art making with contemporary imagery.   Deborah Wurrkidj, Jennifer Wurrkidj, Susan Marawarr, Janet Marawarr, […]


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Yirrkala Print Space 2019

  Yirrkala Print Space is one of the Australia’s premier print studios specialising in limited edition works on paper produced on their own press. The studio continues to expand its collaborations with master printmakers from across Australia and around the world to facilitate new works and continue the development of techniques and experimentation across the […]


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North to South

  Nomad Art is now in Euroa, north-east Victoria in Taungurung Country, where we acknowledge the Taungurung people and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.   Nomad Art will continue from our new base in Euroa, where we will promote  prints from over 35 Aboriginal Art Centres and artists based in regional and remote Australia.   Nomad Art […]


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Injalak Arts Prints from the stone country of Western Arnhem Land

  This body of work explores the links between Indigenous cultural heritage, environment and aesthetic traditions of artists from western Arnhem Land.   The artists represent a unique group of painters and print makers who have maintained the distinctive practise associated with the traditions of rock art painting in western Arnhem Land and the knowledge it purveys. The artists, many […]


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