Painting and collages.
444 South Road Marleston SA 5000
In the exhibitions Barkindji Blue Sky and Unvanished, Melbourne based Barkindji man Kent Morris uses digital photography to illustrate how Indigenous culture adapts to change.
Rolling out across Adelaide in October, Tarnanthi, an annual platform for contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, features an art fair, exhibition and festival this year.
Born in 1957, South Australian artist Gerry Wedd is known for his ceramics as well as his long-term graphic contribution to the iconic Mambo brand, beginning in the late ‘80s and ending in 2006.
Bright, arresting portraits were on the hit list for National Portrait Gallery curator Christopher Chapman when he started putting together a new show to help celebrate the gallery’s 20th anniversary.
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