3 - 30 August 2012

Exhibition Overview

To coincide with the 29th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards 2012, Outstation Gallery presents a superb collection of paintings from Tjala Arts, Amata, APY Lands, South Australia.  Tjala Arts is one of the most  dynamic art centres in Australia and some of Australia's most exciting established and emerging artists are represented by the art centre.

We have put together an exhibition catalogue for this show. Frank Young, the Director of Tjala Arts, and Tjungkara Ken, one of the featured artists, have kindly written the introduction and essay for the catalogue.  We strongly recommend that you download a copy of the catalogue, from the "About Us' page on the Outstation Gallery website, and read their powerful words for yourself.

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.

  • Hot art, cold market

    Australian Financial Review
    Katrina Strickland - 22 September 12
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  • Indigenous award becalmed in stagnant water

    The Australian
    Nicolas Rothwell - 13 August 12
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Browse the In the Press page for more great Outstation reviews.

Exhibition Catalogue

When and where

3 - 30 August 2012

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Northern Territory

A Darwin Festival Event


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

  • Alison Munti Riley
  • Barbara Mbitjana Moore
  • Barney Wangin
  • Hector Tjupuru Burton and Willy Kaika
  • Iluwanti Ken
  • Mary Katajuku Pan
  • Rini Tiger
  • Ruby Tjangawa Williamson
  • Sandra Ken
  • Sylvia Kanytjupai Ken
  • Tiger Palpatja and Rini Tiger
  • Tjampawa Katie Kawiny
  • Tjampawa Katie Kawiny in collaboration
  • Tjungkara Ken
  • Wawiriya Burton
  • Yaritji Young

Exhibition artworks


Tjungkara Ken – ‘Seven Sisters’

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Iluwanti Ken – ‘Hungry Eagles’

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Barney Wangin – ‘Ngayuku ngura – My Country’

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