In this lecture, Roger Benjamin, guest curator of the exhibition and Research Professor in Art History and Actus Foundation Lecturer in Aboriginal Art, University of Sydney, explores how art history can grasp the role of memory, song, and design in their creation.
Franchesca Cubillo (Larrakia), Senior Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, will give an Indigenous perspective on the acrylic painting movement.
Fred Myers will illuminate the local contexts in which Papunya Tula painters worked and the meanings and values that guided their art in the early and mid-1970s.
Curated by Maura Reilly, Richard Bell: I Am Not Sorry is the first exhibition in the U.S. to survey the work of this controversial Aboriginal artist.
Discussion of affinities and differences between Aboriginal painting practices and Western abstraction with several New York-based artists.
Gallery Talk on Icons of the Desert: Early Aboriginal Paintings from Papunya given by Fred Myers, Silver Professor and Chair of Anthropology, NYU.
In this Dean’s Lecture, Fred Myers, Silver Professor and Chair of Anthropology, NYU, will discuss a fundamental predicament of Indigenous acrylic painting in Central Australia.
The internationally renowned Papunya Tula Artists cooperative, located in the Western Desert of Central Australia, has exhibited widely in Europe and Asia.
U.S. premiere of three recent documentaries by one of Australia’s most talented filmmakers, Beck Cole (Luritja/Warumungu)
Curated by Brenda Croft, formerly Senior Curator of Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Australia, Culture Warriors will be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Australian Indigenous art ever presented in the U.S.