Australian Indigenous Artists

  • # 33109

    [KNGWARREYE]. NEALE, Margo, ELLWOOD, Tony, NISHINO, Hanako, et al.

    Utopia: the genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

    Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2008. Quarto, illustrated cards, pp. 272, illustrated throughout in colour, exhibition catalogue for the exhibition of Australian Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye’s work ‘Utopia: the genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye’. Contains text by Craddock Morton, Kevin Rudd, Murray McLean, Margo Neale, Tony Ellwood, Hanako Nishino, Yasuyuki Nakai and Akira …

  • # 33108


    Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Alhalkere. Paintings from Utopia.

    Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery, 1998. Quarto, illustrated cards in paper dustwrapper, 154pp. illustrated throughout. An important monograph, a very good copy, scarce.

  • # 33033

    KNGWARREYE, Emily Kame (1910 - 1996)

    The spirit sings : Emily Kame Kngwarreye

    Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute 29 November 1997 – 22 February 1998. Adelaide : Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, 1997. Single sheet (creased and short tears), promotional flyer for the exhibition, illustrations, text.

  • # 32987

    NEWSTEAD, Adrian (curator)

    Gelam nguzu kazi – Dugong my son. The first exhibition of limited edition linocuts by the artists of the Mualgau Minaral Artist Collective from Mua Island in the Torres Strait

    Mua Island, Torres Strait via Thursday Island, QLD : Kubin Community Council, 2001. Quarto, illustrated wrappers (sticker abrasion mark lower wrapper), pp. 64, illustrated. An exhibition organised for the Kubin Community Council by The Australian Art Print Network.

  • # 32986

    MOSEY, Anne et al.

    Ngurra (camp/home/country)

    Dolly Nampijinpa Daniels and Anne Mosey. Underdale, S. Aust. : University of South Australia Art Museum, [1994]. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 32, illustrated. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition, ‘Ngurra(camp/home/country)’ a collaborative installation by two women from different cultures who explore their particular histories and relationships to home and country; includes essay and interviews with the artists.

  • # 32983

    BUTLER, Sally

    Our way : contemporary Aboriginal art from Lockhart River

    Brisbane : University of Queensland Press, 2007. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. xxv; 136, extensively illustrated. The ‘Art Gang’ (a work gang whose occupation is art work and related activities), as they are known locally and now more widely, emerged in 1995. They are supported and work professionally through the Lockhart River Community Art …

  • # 32982

    [ed.] JOHNSON, Vivien

    Papunya Painting : Out of the desert

    Canberra : National Museum of Australia, 2007. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, 143pp, coloured plates throughout. Includes numerous essays by a variety of authors on the Aboriginal art and artists of the Papunya region

  • # 32981

    [KLINGENDER, Tim].


    London : Hamiltons, 2006. Quarto, cards in blind embossed dustjacket, pp. [42], illustrated in colour. Printed in an edition of 2000 copies. Introduction by Nicolas Rothwell, contributins by Tim Klingender and Paul Sweeney. A fine copy. Curated by Papunya Tula Artists Pty. Ltd. in conjunction with Tim Klingender. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Hamiltons, London, …

  • # 32979

    JACK-HINTON, Colin

    Aboriginal art past and present

    An exhibition of Aboriginal works of art from the permanent collections of the Museums and Art Galleries Board of the Northern Territory of Australia. Darwin : Government Printer of the Northern Territory, 1980. Oblong quarto, illustrated wrappers, small abrasion mark with loss from a sticker upper wrapper (as many copies have), pp. 24, illustrated. Text in …

  • # 32977

    ANDREW, Brook (b. 1970)

    Brook Andrew : Eye to eye

    Clayton, Vic. : Monash University Museum of Art, 2007. Square octavo, pictorial stiff card covers, pp 86, illustrated; an as new copy. Superb catalogue for Wiradjuri artist Brook Andrew’s exhibition Eye to eye, held at Monash University Museum of Art 4 April -23 June 2007 ; Penrith Regional Gallery &​ the Lewers Bequest 18 August – …

  • # 32667

    SHERMAN, Louise et al.

    A preview of Our mob, God’s story : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists share their faith

    Researched and edited by Louise Sherman and Christobel Mattingley ; art selection by Max Conlon, Gail Naden, Glenny Naden and Inawantji Scales ; with foreword by Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann. Sydney, NSW : Bible Society Australia, 2017. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 28, illustrated. Detailed promotional booklet advertising the hardback book. ‘Our Mob, God’s Story is an art …

  • # 32672

    TURNER, Simon

    Mornington Island Arts & Crafts Centre Gununa, Mornington Island

    Brisbane, Qld. : Woolloongabba Art Gallery, 2005. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 30, illustrated, includes an essay by Simon Turner titled “Jidmaa Thuwathu – Rainbow serpent rising”. Related brochure enclosed. The artists are Arnold Watt, Billy Kooraubabba, Bradley Wilson, Darryl Williams, Emily Evans, Gordon Watt, Joelene Roughsey, John Williams, Joseph Watt, Lance Gavenor, Jonathon Toby, Lex …

  • # 32675

    STANTON, John E.

    Painting the country : contemporary Aboriginal art from the Kimberley region, Western Australia

    Perth : University of Western Australia Press, 1989. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 48, illustrated.

  • # 32666

    HOWARD, Lucienne (curator)

    The Children’s gift. Tjitji Tjutangku Ungkuntja : art of the Pitjantjatjara lands

    Adelaide : Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, 1993. Exhibition catalogue, folded card, pp. [6], essay, illustrated. ‘Exhibition catalogue of Aboriginal children’s art from Ernabella, Hermannsburg and Carrolup from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s; includes brief information on the establishment of the mission at Ernabella, the school visits by Norman B. Tindale, and Charles P. Mountford, …

  • # 32938

    McLEAN, Ian and BENNETT, Gordon

    The art of Gordon Bennett

    Sydney : Craftsman House, 1996. Quarto, boards in illustrated dustjacket, pp. 140, illustrated, light marks to endpapers else a fine copy.

  • # 32937

    RYAN, Judith

    Ginger Riley

    Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 1997. Quarto, pictorial laminated card covers, pp 104, illustrated in colour throughout; gift inscription to endpaper, else a fine copy. Superb catalogue produced to accompany the landmark exhibition of the extraordinary work of Arnhem Land artist Ginger Riley Munduwalawala, held at the NGV, July 17-22, 1997.