‘Women of Utopia’ | Aboriginal Art Exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art | 27th June – 21st July

Showing from 27thJune Women of Utopia is an exhibition showcasing significant artworks by some of Australia’s most recognisable female Aboriginal artists from the Utopia region in Central Australia. EXHIBITION DATES: 27th June – 21st July 2018 DIRECTOR’S TALK: Saturday 14th July from 2pm Approximately 230kms north east of Alice Springs in Central Australia, Utopia is the traditional land of the Alyawarre and […]

Showing from 27thJune Women of Utopia is an exhibition showcasing significant artworks by some of Australia’s most recognisable female Aboriginal artists from the Utopia region in Central Australia.

EXHIBITION DATES: 27th June – 21st July 2018

DIRECTOR’S TALK: Saturday 14th July from 2pm

Approximately 230kms north east of Alice Springs in Central Australia, Utopia is the traditional land of the Alyawarre and Anmatyerre people. This region has been and still is home to some of Australia’s most distinguished female artistic talent.

Utopia has grown the genius of luminaries such as Emily Kame KngwarreyeGloria PetyarreMinnie PwerleKathleen PetyarreMargaret Loy Pula and Polly Ngale. These women have been collected both nationally and internationally with Emily Kame Kngwarreye achieving the highest secondary auction price for any female Australian visual artist to date.

For any enquiries please contact the gallery
07 3254 2297  |  gallery@mitchellfineartgallery.com

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