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Aboriginal Art Directory

Aboriginal Art Directory is the largest online tool to help you find Australian Aboriginal art, artists, Aboriginal art centres, galleries, online stores and wholesalers worldwide.

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  • Jaktman Australian Contemporary Art Gallery by on Mon, 25 Jan 2016 11:07:59 +1000:
    Jaktman Contemporary Art Gallery specializes in ethically sourced Aboriginal art. We are based in Canberra, Australia. We have an evolving exhibition calendar, we are online and hold pop up exhibitions in Canberra and overseas.
  • Parliament NSW Art Collection by on Tue, 05 Jan 2016 11:42:24 +1000:
    NSW Parliament collection of fine art features many works by Aboriginal artists collected over the history of the Parliament.
  • Aboriginal Signature Estrangin Fine Art by on Sat, 26 Dec 2015 12:29:16 +1000:
    The Aboriginal Signature gallery is honored to represent directly in Europe the most famous Aboriginal Art communities. With our extended experience of 15 years as a recognized collector of fine Aboriginal art, we assist European and international public, and also private collectors, acquire fine contemporary Aboriginal fine art with the best provenance.

    We are personally selecting museum quality works in the most remote places in different part of Australia : Kimberley, Arnhem Land, Pintupi region, Warlpiri region, APY Lands, Red Centre, Spinifex territories.

    Through an ambitious exhibitions program in the gallery space in Brussels, the capital of Europe, we are promoting the excellence of Aboriginal art and offering very fine paintings and sculptures to our visitors, amateurs, private collectors, corporate structures and institutions.

    Each year we are also organizing open & private visits, conferences, concerts, related to the Aboriginal culture and art, to develop the interest & knowledge of European people on this amazing contemporary art movement connected to the oldest nomadic culture in the world.

    Our Gallery Aboriginal Signature - Estrangin, located in a former print press building in the neighborhood of the Basilica of Koekelberg in Brussels welcomes you during the day or evening, on single appointment from 12am to explore this unique nomadic culture continues to 50,000 years.

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    Acquisitions and advice, private sales, collections development, conferences.
  • Minjaara Art by on Fri, 18 Dec 2015 09:42:05 +1000:
    Glennys Briggs is a Taungwurrung-Yorta Yorta woman from North Central Victoria, having lived in the shared country of The Dja Dja Wurrung and her mothers people, The Taungwurrung, just south of Bendigo. This country is situated in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range where bedrock breaks the surface.

    Says Glennys:
    Each person born of Aboriginal blood has a firm connection with the country of their blood line through the kinship system. We are the Caretaker/Custodians of that country and the onus is on each generation to develop ways to fulfill the responsibilities of that role.

    Like in any society change is inevitable, Aboriginal society too has had to adapt. Our cultural practice has transmuted to the times, in order to maintain a tradition, a belief system and a spiritually that sustains and nourishes the land.

    We the Caretaker/Custodians need to incorporate the Australian society at large into this equation and share our spirituality so that the country that we all live in can be kept safe for future generations. Stories,song,dance and art are all way in which Aboriginal people express their culture and I have chosen painting to do that. I hope that the work that I am presenting here goes some way towards achieving in everyone, a sense of the connection, of unconditional love of land and place. wherever they may be in this country.[/i]

    Glennys Briggs has a BA in Contemporary Indigenous Art from Griffith University (Printmaking).

    She was placed first in the 2014 [i]Victorian Indigenous Art Awards[/i]
    for Print on Paper with her work called, “Our Stories” - a work which was subsequently acquired by Redlands Art Gallery in Queensland.

    Her art has also been included in almost 90 exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Nice (France), Shandong University (China) and, with Dr Jennifer Senzaro (Master Printmaker), in Hawaii.

    In 2016 her artworks will form part of a group exhibition at the State Library of Queensland.
  • The Art Vault by on Wed, 25 Nov 2015 14:45:47 +1000:
    Established in 2008, The Art Vault is a unique, privately funded contemporary arts facility, located in Mildura in north-western Victoria. The Art Vault’s three gallery spaces showcase a regularly changing exhibition program of work spanning diverse mediums by local, national, international and Indigenous artists, while also suiting a range of budgets.

    The Art Vault believe that art should be accessible and frequently hold workshops, tours and events. In addition, specialist printmaking facilities and a thriving artist in residence program foster exchange between visiting and local artists, who work from studios on site, as well as the broader community. The Art Vault is fully wheelchair accessible.

    Two gallery spaces are available for hire- a large, white space and a smaller, black space. Both spaces have a professional hanging system, flexible lighting and are temperature controlled. Exhibitions change every three weeks.

    Both emerging and established visual artists are encouraged to apply for an exhibition. Works of all mediums are considered, however, works must be saleable as The Art Vault is privately funded.
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