A major survey of John Mawurndjul's incredible work opens this weekend.
Inside the artist's powerful exhibition of snake-eye view, infrared photography, on now at Tolarno Galleries in Melbourne.
The mother-daughter relationship of Anangu women Puna Yanima and Linda Puna is explored for the first time in a public gallery setting.
Highlights from this Australia’s longest running and most prestigious Indigenous art award.
An intimate exploration of the contemporary significance of these 'elegant/disturbing/humorous carved canines', from our newest writer, Tyso...
A studio visit with the trailblazing indigenous artist and designer, who has just launched an exclusive collection with NGV's design store.
An award-winning creative, weaving with Spinifex sourced from her own thriving cattle property near Mount Isa.
A rich overview of contemporary Indigenous ceramic practice, now on show at Jam Factory: Seppeltsfield in South Australia's Barossa Valley.
Introducing recent works by the master colourist and environmental activist, who hails from Aurukun in Far North Queensland.
Profiling the highly sought-after and idiosyncratic painter from northern Western Australia.
Profiling the Madonna-loving artist creating incredible, contemporary manifestations of an enduring weaving practice.
Profiling the melbourne-based pop-up gallerist, working with Indigenous Australian artists across the country and abroad.
Profiling the bold artist and Yolngu woman from Yirrkala, near Nhulunbuy in North-East Arnhem Land.
Profiling the Great Sandy Desert-based artist, ahead of current and upcoming exhibitions.
An informative introduction to navigating the Indigenous art market.