Alcaston Gallery

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Established in 1989, Alcaston Gallery is based in Melbourne with a National and International focus and exhibition schedule. The gallery represents Contemporary Artists from Australia and the Asia Pacific Region and is renowned for representing and exhibiting Australian Indigenous Artists. Director Beverly Knight and her curatorial staff are proud to represent important and emerging artists, maint

ain and develop personal relationships with Collectors, Institutional Curators and art lovers both real and virtual. The Gallery’s role is building pathways for creative practice with financial reward without compromising political and cultural aspects of an artist’s oeuvre. Guidance of the international complexities of exhibiting in the 21st century of a virtual and pragmatic collecting society is the foundation of the Gallery’s business, bringing artists and collectors together.

LAST CHANCE TO VISIT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02 • SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 202211AM – 5PM • ALCASTON G...
10/09/2023

LAST CHANCE TO VISIT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022
11AM – 5PM



ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



WEEKEND HOURS - SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02 • SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 202211AM – 6PM • SUNDAY 10 SEPT...
08/09/2023

WEEKEND HOURS - SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022
11AM – 6PM



SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022
11AM – 5PM



ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



View exhibition online via bio above 👆👆👆





2023 EXHIBITING ARTISTS
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI
TIGER YALTANGKI
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
YARITJI YOUNG
NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
DEAN SMITH .jsmith



08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI (C.1924 - 2015)
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



Sally Gabori’s painterly interpretations of her Bentinck Island home, depicted in vivid colour and signature expressive brushstrokes, brilliantly portray places of deep personal significance recalled from the artist’s mind’s eye. Sally Gabori’s exceptional oeuvre left an astonishing cultural legacy that continues to garner national and international admiration; most recently at the distinguished Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, who honoured the late artist with a major international solo survey exhibition exhibited in Paris, France in 2022 and the Triennale Milano, Italy in 2023.

© The Estate of Sally Gabori, Courtesy Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Carriageworks







CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW

ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM

08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



Respected Yolŋu senior artist and Madarrpa elder Noŋgirrŋa Marawili is an immensely important contemporary Australian First Nations artist renowned for her powerful interpretations of inherited cultural knowledge and of the land, sea, and daily life on her homelands in north-eastern Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. This important large-scale painting on gesso primed timber timber board is the most important artwork currently available by the artist, as it beautifully encompasses Marawili’s use of materials collected from the earth including natural ochres and pigments, as well as her striking and distinctive use of vibrant pink ink repurposed from recycled print toner cartridges.

Marawili’s highly esteemed career includes her major solo exhibition From my Heart and Mind at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in 2018, a significant exhibition and accompanying publication that spanned the artist’s career, as well as winning the coveted Bark Painting Award at the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards in both 2015 and 2019, and the Roberts Family Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Prize as part of the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney in 2019. Collected by major public galleries and private collectors in Australia and overseas including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Tate Modern, London and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Marawili is at the zenith for contemporary collectors.

© The Artist, Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Carriageworks





ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • TIGER YALTANGKI
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



Tiger Yaltangki is an exciting contemporary First Nation artist, celebrated for his distinctive fusion of references to traditional Anangu culture with an unbridled passion for rock and roll music and popular culture.

Yaltangki’s bold installation for Sydney Contemporary 2023 includes a collection of monochromatic works on paper depicting his Malpa Wiru (Good Friends), the artist’s interpretation of Anangu ‘Mamu’ (Spirit Beings), figures that derive from the artist’s inherited knowledge and are influenced by references to popular culture and rock and roll music. This commanding black and white collection is juxtaposed with a vivid large-scale painting and a series of flamboyant hand-painted cut-out sculptures that seem to jump off his canvas’, as if electrified into life.

2023 has been a significant year for Yaltangki who has back-to-back commissions at RISING festival, Melbourne and TARNANTHI at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide and has been named a finalist in this year’s Archibald Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Iwantja Arts Carriageworks





ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



Nellie Ngampa Coulthard is a celebrated contemporary Australian First Nations artist whose distinctive and precise practice has quickly garnered wide admiration and institutional recognition.
Coulthard depicts Yankunytjatjara Country near Oodnadatta South Australia in radiant sunset hues of yellow, orange, red and pink. Her paintings convey a deep sentimentality, alluding to memories from her childhood surrounded by the beautiful and diverse flora of the central and eastern deserts. Of all the native gums and flowers, her favourite is the yellow Acacia Murrayana Wattle which has become a signature motif of her practice.

Alcaston Gallery is delighted to present a stunning painting by Coulthard at Sydney Contemporary in 2023; a signature work recently recognised as a finalist in this year’s Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, the highest value professional artist prize for women in Australia.
Coulthard is also a finalist in the prestigious Hadley’s Art Prize, presented by the Hadley’s Orient Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania and is included in the Art Gallery of South Australia’s major touring exhibition, Tarnanthi on Tour: Kungka Kuṉpu. She is currently presenting her fourth solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne.

© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Iwantja Arts Carriageworks





ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

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08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • YARITJI YOUNG
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



Yaritji Young is a highly respected senior Pitjantjatjara law women and artist.
Renowned for her distinctive artistic aesthetic, Young’s vibrant and gestural compositions boast an intense colour palette and highly detailed motifs. The daughter of distinguished artists Mick Wikilyiri and the late Paniny Mick, and the eldest of the five Ken sisters with whom she often works collaboratively to great acclaim, Young has become highly sought after and acquired by important collections nationally and internationally.

In 2022 Young reached a career milestone exhibiting at the prestigious Bangkok Art Biennale 2022 and she is currently included in the Art Gallery of South Australia’s major touring exhibition, Tarnanthi on Tour: Kungka Kuṉpu. In 2023 Young is a finalist in the Telstra National Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Art Awards at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.

© The Artist, Tjala Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Carriageworks Tjala Arts





ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

www.alcastongallery.com.au

08/09/2023

ARTIST FOCUS • DEAN SMITH
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



Smith’s ceramic sculptures interweave past and present; the intoxicating landscapes of Central Victoria and Aotearoa New Zealand, both imagined and real; and, pay homage to his Maori heritage.

Last year Smith presented two important solo exhibitions, In Tarra-Bulga at the Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell, Victoria, and Between Dusk and Dawn at the Castlemaine Art Gallery, Castlemaine, Victoria and in 2023 he will exhibit new work in the upcoming group exhibition Clay at Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne in from 27 September - 13 October 2023.

© The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

Sydney Contemporary Carriageworks .jsmith





ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

www.alcastongallery.com.au

CERAMICS BY DEAN SMITHSYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02 • Dean Smith is a multidisciplinary artist and c...
08/09/2023

CERAMICS BY DEAN SMITH
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



Dean Smith is a multidisciplinary artist and ceramist specialising in special effect high-fire glazes combined with low-fire enamels and precious metal lustres. An internationally renowned ceramicist, Smith has undertaken artist’s residencies in Taiwan, Denmark and Poland and has been recognised in several major national and international awards.



CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW


© The Artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023

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ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

DAY 2 – VISIT US ATSYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02•FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 202311AM– 8PM•ALCASTON GALLERYSY...
08/09/2023

DAY 2 – VISIT US AT
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023
11AM– 8PM



ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



2023 EXHIBITING ARTISTS
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI
TIGER YALTANGKI Iwantja Arts
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI Buku-Larrnggay Mulka
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI Mimili Maku Arts
YARITJI YOUNG Tjala Arts
NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD Iwantja Arts
DEAN SMITH
Sydney Contemporary
Carriageworks



ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

08/09/2023

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
VIDEO WALK-THROUGH
WITH GALLERY MANAGER ADRIANA DEL MEDICO



ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



Art Lovers and Collectors alike are Alcaston Gallery’s primary focus this year at Sydney Contemporary 2023 showcasing major artists that are not only highly regarded and collectable but who excite the senses and enliven the imagination.





ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW
BOOTH FO2



© The Artists and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023
Sydney Contemporary

ART FAIR HOURS

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM



For more information visit our website
www.alcastongallery.com.au

OPEN TODAY•NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARDINUNTJI – BLOSSOM•THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 202312PM - 6PM •ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPA...
07/09/2023

OPEN TODAY



NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
INUNTJI – BLOSSOM



THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023
12PM - 6PM



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Until 22 SEPTEMBER 2023
OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



Alcaston Gallery is simultaneously presenting:

NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD at

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH FO2
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



ART FAIR HOURS

THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM– 9PM
FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM



© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023
Iwantja Arts

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023 OFFICIALLY OPENS TODAY • ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02 • THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023 • GENERAL OPENIN...
07/09/2023

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023 OFFICIALLY OPENS TODAY



ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023



GENERAL OPENING HOURS: 11 AM - 5 PM
ART NIGHT: 5.30 PM - 9 PM

Art Night is an all-encompassing evening of art, live performances, music and food experiences.




SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW



2023 EXHIBITING ARTISTS
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI
TIGER YALTANGKI
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI@bukuartnow
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
YARITJI YOUNG@tjalaarts
NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
DEAN SMITH .jsmith



ART FAIR HOURS

THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM– 9PM
FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM





For more information view our website
www.alcastongallery.com.au

Tickets
https://sydneycontemporary.com.au/visit/tickets/

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023ALCASTON GALLERYBOOTH F02 • Alcaston Gallery is excited to kick off Sydney Contemporary 2023 wit...
06/09/2023

SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY
BOOTH F02



Alcaston Gallery is excited to kick off Sydney Contemporary 2023 with exclusive access to selected collectors today WEDNESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER until 8PM.

Art Lovers and Collectors alike are Alcaston Gallery’s primary focus this year at Sydney Contemporary 2023 showcasing major artists that are not only highly regarded and collectable but who excite the senses and enliven the imagination.

The exhibition can be viewed online via the link in our bio above



2023 EXHIBITING ARTISTS
MIRDIDINGKINGATHI JUWARNDA SALLY GABORI
TIGER YALTANGKI
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI@bukuartnow
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
YARITJI YOUNG@tjalaarts
NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
DEAN SMITH .jsmith



ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH NSW
BOOTH FO2



ART FAIR HOURS

THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM– 5PM
FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2023 11AM – 8PM
SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 6PM
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2022 11AM – 5PM

01/09/2023

NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
‘INUNTJI – BLOSSOM’



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Until 22 SEPTEMBER 2023
OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR MONDAY - FRIDAY 10AM - 5PM BY APPOINTMENT



Alcaston Gallery is delighted to present this new series of paintings by celebrated contemporary Australian First Nations artist Nellie Ngampa Coulthard in her fourth solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery. Coulthard’s distinctive and precise practice has quickly garnered wide admiration and institutional recognition; in 2023, she has been recognized as a finalist in two prestigious national prizes, the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, the highest value professional artist prize for women in Australia, and the Hadley’s Art Prize, presented by the Hadley’s Orient Hotel in Hobart, Tasmania. Coulthard is also currently exhibiting in the Art Gallery of South Australia’s major touring exhibition, Tarnanthi on Tour: Kungka Kuṉpu.



© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023



Iwantja Arts

NEW EXHIBITION OPEN TODAY•NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARDINUNTJI – BLOSSOM•THURSDAY 31 AUGUST 202312PM - 6PM •ALCASTON GALLERY E...
31/08/2023

NEW EXHIBITION OPEN TODAY



NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
INUNTJI – BLOSSOM



THURSDAY 31 AUGUST 2023
12PM - 6PM



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Until 22 SEPTEMBER 2023
OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



Alcaston Gallery is delighted to present this new series of paintings by celebrated contemporary Australian First Nations artist Nellie Ngampa Coulthard in her fourth solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery.



© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023




Iwantja Arts

REMINDER: EXHIBITION LAUNCH TOMORROW!•NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARDINUNTJI – BLOSSOM•WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST 20234.30 PM - 06.30 P...
29/08/2023

REMINDER: EXHIBITION LAUNCH TOMORROW!



NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD
INUNTJI – BLOSSOM



WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST 2023
4.30 PM - 06.30 PM
RSVP [email protected]



30 AUGUST - 22 SEPTEMBER 2023
OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Alcaston Gallery is delighted to present this new series of paintings by celebrated contemporary Australian First Nations artist Nellie Ngampa Coulthard in her fourth solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery.



© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023





Iwantja Arts

LAST DAYS - OPEN TODAYNOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI TODAYNEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS•THURSDAY 24 August 202312PM – 6PM•ALCASTON...
24/08/2023

LAST DAYS - OPEN TODAY
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI TODAY
NEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS



THURSDAY 24 August 2023
12PM – 6PM



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



ONLY UNTIL 25 AUGUST 2023
THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



© The Artist, Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023





Buku-Larrnggay Mulka

NEW MAJOR SOLO EXHIBITION AT ALCASTON GALLERYNELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD • INUNTJI – BLOSSOM30 AUGUST - 22 SEPTEMBER 2023 • ...
23/08/2023

NEW MAJOR SOLO EXHIBITION AT ALCASTON GALLERY
NELLIE NGAMPA COULTHARD



INUNTJI – BLOSSOM
30 AUGUST - 22 SEPTEMBER 2023



EXHIBITION LAUNCH
WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST 2023
4.30 PM - 06.30 PM



OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Alcaston Gallery is delighted to present this new series of paintings by celebrated contemporary Australian First Nations artist Nellie Ngampa Coulthard in her fourth solo exhibition at Alcaston Gallery.

Boasting her signature palette of yellow, orange, red, pink and creamy whites synonymous with her practice, Coulthard paints her beloved Yankunytjatjara Country near Oodnadatta, South Australia. Her paintings convey a deep sentimentality, recalling memories of her childhood surrounded by the beautiful and diverse flora of the central and eastern deserts including the evocative Acacia Murrayana Wattle, which has become Coulthard’s signature motif, with its extended branches at the heart of her compositions.



© The Artist, Iwantja Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023
Iwantja Arts


ONLY THREE WEEKS TO GO…ALCASTON GALLERY IS GETTING READY FOR SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023! •Alcaston Gallery is excited to b...
18/08/2023

ONLY THREE WEEKS TO GO…
ALCASTON GALLERY IS GETTING READY FOR SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023!



Alcaston Gallery is excited to be part of Sydney Contemporary 2023, one of Australia’s most important art fairs, alongside some of the world’s most respected artists and galleries.

Art Lovers and Collectors alike are Alcaston Gallery’s primary focus this year at Sydney Contemporary 2023 showcasing major artists that are not only highly regarded and collectable but who excite the senses and enliven the imagination.

Watch this space for more details and a list of exhibiting artists Sydney Contemporary



ALCASTON GALLERY
SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2023
CARRIAGEWORKS
245 WILSON ST
GADIGAL LAND / EVELEIGH
NEW SOUTH WALES
BOOTH FO2


ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE
IS CURRENTLY SHOWING



NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
NEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS
UNTIL 25 AUGUST 2023
THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS & FINALISTS OF THE 2023 NATSIAA• Keith Wikmunea: WINNER Telstra Art Award • Julie Nan...
11/08/2023

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS & FINALISTS OF THE 2023 NATSIAA

• Keith Wikmunea: WINNER Telstra Art Award
• Julie Nangala Robertson: Winner Telstra General Painting Award
• Brenda L Croft: Winner Telstra Work on Paper Award
• Owen Yalandja: Winner Telstra Bark Painting Award
• Annie Nginyangka Thompson: Winner Wandjuk Marika Memorial 3D Award
• Dhalmula Burrarrwanga: Winner Telstra Emerging Artist Award
• Jimmy John Thaiday: Winner Telstra Multimedia Award


We are honoured to have been present for the acknowledgement of these incredible artists!



2023 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (Telstra NATSIAA) is the longest running and most prestigious Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art awards and one of the richest art awards in the country. This exhibition, held on Larrakia Country and online, celebrates exemplary artistic practice and reflects contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art from across this continent.

OPEN TODAY NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI•THURSDAY 10 August 202312PM – 6PM•ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / ...
10/08/2023

OPEN TODAY
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI



THURSDAY 10 August 2023
12PM – 6PM



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



NEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS
UNTIL 25 AUGUST 2023
THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



FOCUS: ‘BARATJALA’

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili paints Baratjala, a Madarrpa clan estate adjacent to Cape Shield in far northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, a place of cyclonic, crocodile-infested waters with huge tides and ripping currents.

In this depiction of the sacred design, Nonggirrnga Marawili has used a pigment obtained from discarded magenta print toner, compliant with the long-standing Yolngu edict that; "If you paint the land use the land".



© The Artist, Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023 Buku-Larrnggay Mulka








IMAGES

NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
Baratjala
2022 (AK22924)
Natural earth pigments and recycled print toner on plywood board
51 x 61 cm
AUD $7,500.00

03/08/2023

EXHIBITION LAUNCH TODAY



NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
NEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS



THURSDAY 3 AUGUST 2023
4.30 PM – 6.30 PM
RSVP TO [email protected]



GALLERY OPEN FROM 12PM TODAY
THURSDAY 3 AUGUST



ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



UNTIL 25 AUGUST 2023
THURSDAYS 12PM – 6PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT

Book and appointment
https://www.alcastongallery.com.au/appointment



Join us for the opening of new paintings on bark and timber plywood board by highly esteemed Yolŋu senior artist and Madarrpa elder, Noŋgirrŋa Marawili.


© The Artist, Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023
BBuku-Larrnggay Mulka







Videography Simon Strong

LAST DAYS TO VIEWBETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI •TJUKURPA MULAPA NYANGATJA - THIS STORY IS VITAL AND TRUE•OPEN TODAY THURSDAY 27 J...
27/07/2023

LAST DAYS TO VIEW
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI



TJUKURPA MULAPA NYANGATJA - THIS STORY IS VITAL AND TRUE



OPEN TODAY THURSDAY
27 JULY 2023
11AM – 3PM

OR BY APPOINTMENT

ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Alcaston Gallery is honoured to present an important exhibition of new paintings by highly respected artist and ngangkari (traditional healer), Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Tjukurpa Mulapa Nyangatja - This Story Is Vital And True.



FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE
www.alcastongallery.com.au



© The Artist, Mimili Maku Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023 Mimili Maku Arts








Photography Simon Strong
EXHIBITION VIEWS
ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE

NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILINEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS•2 AUGUST – 25 AUGUST 2023OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 5PMOR BY APPOINTMENT•EX...
26/07/2023

NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
NEW PAINTINGS ON BARKS & BOARDS



2 AUGUST – 25 AUGUST 2023
OPEN THURSDAYS 12PM – 5PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT



EXHIBITION LAUNCH
THURSDAY 3 AUGUST 2023
4.30 PM – 6.30 PM

ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



VIEW THE EXHIBITION ONLINE VIA
www.alcastongallery.com.au



Alcaston Gallery is honored to present new paintings on bark and timber plywood board by highly esteemed Yolŋu senior artist and Madarrpa elder, Noŋgirrŋa Marawili. A revered and hugely important contemporary Australian and First Nations artist of our time, Marawili’s art is at the zenith for contemporary collectors; art that is so powerful in its interpretation of her inherited cultural knowledge of the land, sea, and daily life of her homelands in north-eastern Arnhem Land.


© The Artist, Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka








Photography Simon Strong

IMAGE 1 AND 2
NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
Baratjala
2022 (AK22927)
Natural earth pigments and recycled print toner on plywood board
180 x 122 cm
SOLD

IMAGE 3

NOŊGIRRŊA MARAWILI
Baratjala
2022 (AK22939)
Natural earth pigments and recycled print toner on plywood board
61 x 51 cm
AUD $7,500.00

THE DIG DEEPER (2023) DOCUMENTARY LAUNCHES TODAY•The Australian documentary Dig Deeper (2023) explores contemporary Firs...
21/07/2023

THE DIG DEEPER (2023) DOCUMENTARY LAUNCHES TODAY

The Australian documentary Dig Deeper (2023) explores contemporary First Nations Art through four well-known indigenous artists - Maree Clarke, Blak Douglas, Penny Evans and Ben McKeown.
The documentary written and directed by Mark Street and produced by Fiona Cochrane offers an incredible insight into the artist’s unique creative processes. The documentary represents contemporary art as an expression of personal stories and historical injustice.

Featuring the artists
along with



Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
MDFF: Dig Deeper
Showing on Fri 21 Jul
6:20 PM
NOVA - Cinema 10

MDFF: Dig Deeper
Showing on Fri 28 Jul
6:00 PM
NOVA - Cinema 10

Book via the Cinema Nova

ticketing.cinemanova.com.au

This September Alcaston Gallery will present Ben McKeown work in an exhibition titled Clay. Clay will bring together solo presentations by three artists working with clay, who have each developed a site-specific practice that speaks to hyper-localised experiences, histories, and connections to the land and clay.

CLAY
27 September - 13 October 2023
ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE

BEN MCKEOWN
@ ben_mckeown_artist
KAREN MILLSartist
DEAN SMITHjsmith

OPEN TODAYBETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI •TJUKURPA MULAPA NYANGATJA - THIS STORY IS VITAL AND TRUE•OPEN THURSDAY 20 JULY 202311AM ...
20/07/2023

OPEN TODAY
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI



TJUKURPA MULAPA NYANGATJA - THIS STORY IS VITAL AND TRUE



OPEN THURSDAY
20 JULY 2023
11AM – 3PM

OR BY APPOINTMENT

ALCASTON GALLERY EXHIBITION SPACE
84 WILLIAM ST, NAARM / MELBOURNE



Alcaston Gallery is honoured to present an important exhibition of new paintings by highly respected artist and ngangkari (traditional healer), Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Tjukurpa Mulapa Nyangatja - This Story Is Vital And True.

For more information VISIT OUR WEBISTE



© The Artist, Mimili Maku Arts and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne 2023 @ mimili_maku_arts








IMAGE 1
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
Photography Meg Hansen

IMAGE 2
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
Antara
2022 (AK22904)
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
198 x 182 cm
AUD $26,000.00
Photography Simon Strong

IMAGE 3
BETTY KUNTIWA PUMANI
Antara
2022 (AK22900)
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
200 x 183 cm
AUD $26,000.00
Photography Simon Strong

LAST DAYCAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 2023Sunday 16 July 2023   10am – 3pmBOOTH 5 • CIAF 2023Cairns Convention CentreCnr Wh...
15/07/2023

LAST DAY
CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 2023
Sunday 16 July 2023 10am – 3pm
BOOTH 5



CIAF 2023
Cairns Convention Centre
Cnr Wharf & Sheridan Street
Cairns 4870 Queensland Australia



To celebrate the life and legacy of late Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori (c. 1924 – 2015), Alcaston Gallery is honoured to present new releases of Limited Edition Archival Pigment Prints that are sublime reproductions of major paintings created during the late artist’s career, released in conjunction with the Estate of Sally Gabori.



ART FAIR HOURS
Sunday 16 July 2023 10am – 3pm



View exhibition and exhibition catalogue via bio above 👆👆👆







DAY 2CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 2023Saturday 15 July 2023   9am – 5pmBOOTH 5 • CIAF 2023Cairns Convention CentreCnr Whar...
14/07/2023

DAY 2
CAIRNS INDIGENOUS ART FAIR 2023
Saturday 15 July 2023 9am – 5pm
BOOTH 5



CIAF 2023
Cairns Convention Centre
Cnr Wharf & Sheridan Street
Cairns 4870 Queensland Australia



SALLY GABORI (c. 1924 - 2015)
AMANDA JANE GABORI
DOROTHY GABORI
ELSIE GABORI
SHIRLEY MACNAMARA



ART FAIR HOURS
Saturday 15 July 2023 9am – 5pm
Sunday 16 July 2023 10am – 3pm



View the exhibition and exhibition catalogue via bio above 👆👆👆








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