6 - 28 May 2011

Exhibition Overview

An important series of paintings by Warakurna Artists that explore 'history' from a Yarnangu perspective from the last hundred years in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands.

To be opened by Dr Mike Pikering, Head of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program, from the National Museum of Australia, at 6pm on Friday 6th May.

Art Centres

This exhibition is brought to you by Outstation, in collaboration with the following art centres:

In the Press

Read what others are saying about this Outstation exhibition.

  • Collectors help stitch up Aboriginal art deal

    Australian Broadcasting Corporation
    Kate Wild - 09 November 11
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  • Indigenous eyes from Warakurna rekindle the past

    The Australian
    Nicolas Rothwell - 01 July 11
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  • Warakurna Art – A collection of Indigenous art on display in Darwin is heading for the National Museum of Australia.

    ABC 7:30 Report
    Louisa Rebgetz - 16 May 11
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  • Indigenous art windfall for National Museum

    The Canberra Times
    Sally Pryor - 09 May 11
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Browse the In the Press page for more great Outstation reviews.

Exhibition Catalogue

When and where

6 - 28 May 2011

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Parap
0820
Darwin
Northern Territory

Artists

This Outstation exhibition is comprised of works from the following artists:

  • Anna Porter
  • Cecily Wintiragu Yates
  • Dianne Ungukalpi Golding
  • Dorcas Tinnimay Bennett
  • Eunice Yunurupa Porter
  • Jean Burke
  • Judith Yinyika Chambers
  • Ken Shepherd
  • Polly Pawuya Jackson
  • Rocky Porter
  • Roshanna Yinga Williamson
  • Tracy Yates

Exhibition artworks

Judith Yinyika Chambers – ‘Early Days Way’

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Roshanna Yinga Williamson – ‘Warakurna Roadhouse’

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Rocky Porter – ‘Warakurna Kangaroos and Warburon Tigers’

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Dianne Ungukalpi Golding – ‘Tjanpi’

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – ‘Walking Man’

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Jean Burke – ‘That Wati who was looking for Lasseter’

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – ‘Land Rights’

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Jean Burke – ‘Miners’

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Jean Burke – ‘My Father’s Donkeys’

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Jean Burke – ‘Camel Lady’

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – ‘Going Home’

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Dorcas Tinnimay Bennett – ‘Giles Weather Station’

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Cecily Wintiragu Yates – ‘Tjamu Tjukurrpa’

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Jean Burke – ‘Making the Cut Line with Len Beadell’

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Jean Burke – ‘Macauley and McDougall’

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Tracy Yates – ‘Warakurna Community’

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Judith Yinyika Chambers – ‘Mr McDougalland Tommy Dodd’

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – ‘Lasseter Story’

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Anna Porter – ‘Mission Time’

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Judith Yinyika Chambers – ‘Mr Grayden’

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Polly Pawuya Jackson – ‘Tjanpi’

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – Waiting for shop

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – Partinyintarra (Mt Toller)

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Eunice Yunurupa Porter – ‘Holiday Time’

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Judith Yinyika Chambers – ‘Kungkarangkalpa’

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