Now showing until 31 July 2018

Exhibition Overview

KALIPINYPA IS A SACRED SITE north-east of the remote Aboriginal community of Kintore on the Northern Territory and West Australian border.  Many of the artists from Papunya Tjupi paint the important story of the rain and hail making ceremony at the site of Kalipinypa in wonderfully varied ways. The title of this exhibition is a reference to the way the artist, Charlotte Phillipus Napurrula, interprets this story – lightning flashes, showing her the way through her country, and then turning into sand.

More broadly, with the title of this exhibition, the Papunya Tjupi artists are also paying homage to the way that many artists from the desert develop deeply personal ways to interpret and depict country.

Art Centres

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

Exhibition Catalogue

When and where

7 - 31 July 2018

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Parap
0820
Darwin
Northern Territory

Artists

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

  • Beyula Puntungka Napanangka
  • Candy Nakamarra Nelson
  • Candy Nelson Nakamarra
  • Charlotte Phillipus Napurrula
  • Doris Bush Nungarrayi
  • Isobel Gorey Nambajimba
  • Mary Roberts Nakamarra
  • Maureen Poulson Napangardi
  • Mona Nangala
  • Nellie Nangala
  • Tilau Nangala
  • Watson Corby

Exhibition artworks