Australian Art

CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART.

Uniting Arts Toorak presents
Uniting Arts Toorak presents

19-Apr-2007 - 20-May-2007

VENUE: Kinross House
Malcolm Jagamarra
Malcolm Jagamarra

Artists: Jack Britten, Wayne Dalgit, Lorna Fencer, Malcolm Jagamarra, Josie Petrick Kemmarre, Shirley Purdie Nangari, Makinti Napananka, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Naata Nungurrayii, Kathleen Petyarre, Minnie Pwerle, Madigan Thomas, Wa
Shirley Purdie Nangari
Shirley Purdie Nangari

David Corazza's extraordinary collection of aboriginal paintings was brought about by a fascination with the richness and depth of a tradition that is both thousands of years old and is yet, at the same time, rapidly evolving and forever changing. He has a love for the traditional ochres as well as the acrylic paints used with imagination by artists seeking to express their culture and spirituality in completely new ways that are, paradoxically, at the same time deeply rooted in an ancient past. His collection shows an enthusiasm for art that is profound and meaningful as well as beautiful and passionate in its expression.
Location: Uniting Arts Toorak in Kinross House, 603 Toorak Road, Toorak, (Melbourne) VIC.
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays 10am - 4pm or by appointment - contact Andrew Blackburn on (03) 9829 0340

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