LEADING NINUKU ARTIST SAMUEL MILLER WORKING AT THE NINUKU STUDIO. IMAGE COURTESY OF NINUKU.
THE GALLERY IS PROUD TO BE WORKING WITH THE NINUKU ARTISTS AGAIN IN PRESENTING THE NEW GROUP SHOW ‘ANANGU JAZZ’.
SHOW OPENS SATURDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2022.
FOR ENQUIRIES AND FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE CONTACT TOBY OSMOND E. TOBY.OSMOND@AES.ORG.AU P. +61 26794 3280
THANK YOU TO THE NINUKU ARTISTS FOR THE OPPORTUNITY.
‘The paintings have an immediacy and playfulness, a sense of individuality and a mesmerising kind of power. Gathering them together with the work of current painters, from the youngest—Cassaria Young-Hogan— to the eldest, Stanley the Legend, and those in between, laying it out all akimbo on my living room floor (there is never time in the studio to think quietly), the synergies between generations is obvious. The interweaving between grids, flowers, loose and tight brushwork, between families, ideas and iconography, was as palpable as jazz.’
Extract from Perentie Kungka and Anangu Jazz: Ninuku now
Eila Vinwynn, Artlink INDIGENOUS, 42:3 Warltati / Summer 2022–2023