"Emily Kngwarreye and her Legancy Utopian Womaen's Ceremonial Art" Exhibition

Daikanyama Hillside Forum

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Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, the largest art gallery dealing in aboriginal art based in New South Wales, Australia, will be presenting the first exhibition in Japan of Emily Kngwarreye, who marks her 21st year of her unique art practice based in a utopian countryside. After traveling to the National Museum of International Art in Osaka, a retrospective exhibition of her work will then move to the New National Art Center, Tokyo beginning May 28th. Hillside Terrace will be organizing an exhibition of Aboriginal artists that extend Kngwarreye's legacy of artistic achievement to coincide with the NAC program.



From 2008-05-29 To 2008-06-13


Emily Kngwarreye et al.



donald_japantimes: (2008-06-05 at 11:06)

Japan Times Art Brief
By Edan Corkill

If anything will convince the Japanese public that Emily is worthy of serious consideration — as opposed to being an exotic curiosity — it's the knowledge that her paintings command up to ¥21 million a pop, making clear that her international reputation is formidable ...


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