Central Australian painting
25 May 2019 – 21 Jun 2020
GOMA | Pavillion Walk | Free
Since the 1970s, Australia’s arid interior has been redefined by Aboriginal artists as a place of great natural and cultural vibrancy. In ‘Desert colours’, works by some of the best known ‘colour painters’ from the Central and Western Desert attest to their spiritual connection to Desert Country, culture and life in the region and the brilliance of its landscape.
Michael Nelson Jagamara, Warlpiri/Luritja people, Australia b.c.1946 / Wild yam 1998 / Synthetic polymer paint on linen canvas / 200.3 x 150cm / Purchased 1998. Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Grant / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / © Michael Nelson Jagamara.