8 July - 6 August 2011

Exhibition Overview

The Watarru community is located in the APY Lands in South Australia.  Sitting at the Northern Edge of the Great Victoria Desert, adjacent to Mt Lindsay, Watarru is one of the most remote Aboriginal Communities in Australia.  This exhibition features paintings by eight artists who either reside in the community for most of the year or have strong cultural connections to it.  The artists are supported by the Tjungu Palya art centre which is located in Nyapari, a 3 hour drive North.

Art Centres

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

When and where

8 July - 6 August 2011

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Parap
0820
Darwin
Northern Territory

Artists

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

  • Anne Dixon
  • Bernard Tjalkuri
  • Beryl Jimmy
  • Ginger Wikilyiri
  • Imitjala Pollard
  • Kay Baker
  • Teresa Baker
  • Tinpulya Mervin
  • Watarru Collaborative
  • Wipana Jimmy

Exhibition artworks

Bernard Tjalkuri – Tjuti Tjuta

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Wipana Jimmy – ‘Ilpinga’

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Wipana Jimmy – ‘Kapi tjukula’

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Tinpulya Mervin – ‘Panta’

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Teresa Baker – ‘Kalaya’

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Imitjala Pollard – ‘Watarru’

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Ginger Wikilyiri – ‘Kunumata’

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Ginger Wikilyiri – ‘Ilpin’

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Beryl Jimmy – ‘Waturru’

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Beryl Jimmy – ‘Tjukula Tjuta’

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Beryl Jimmy – ‘Ngunga’

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Beryl Jimmy – ‘Putingka’

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Anne Dixon – ‘Kuru Paltjimata’

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