14 June - 10 July 2014

Exhibition Overview

The community of Mimili is in the far north west of South Australia, at the base of the Everard Ranges, in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. It is 645km south of Alice Springs which is the nearest large town.

Mimili is home to 350 Anangu people who speak a mix of Yankunytjatjara, Pitjantjatjara, Ngaanyatjarra and Luritja.

As with much of the APY region, the work from Mimili Maku is diverse, representing a range of stories and styles.   From the colourful paintings of Willy Martin, to the fine lines and detailed implementation of Robert Fielding.  Ngupulya Pumani, is known for her celebrated ephemeral shimmer, also seen somewhat in younger sister Betty Pumani’s work, who uses a limited palette and bold spatial relationships to great effect.

This exhibition of magnificent paintings was created in Mimili Maku’s brand new art centre building and celebrates this art centre’s bright future.

Art Centres

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

When and where

14 June - 10 July 2014

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Northern Territory


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

  • Betty Kuntiwa Pumani
  • Judy Martin
  • Kathleen Tjapalyi
  • Linda Puna
  • Mumu Mike Williams
  • Ngupulya Pumani
  • Puna Yanima
  • Robert Fielding
  • Tuppy Nginta Goodwin
  • Willy Muntjanti Martin

Exhibition artworks


Puna Yanima – ‘Inmaku pakani’

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Judy Martin – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Linda Puna – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Puna Yanima – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Linda Puna – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Ngupulya Pumani – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Tuppy Nginta Goodwin – ‘Antara’

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Tuppy Nginta Goodwin – ‘Antara’

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