Indigenous Australia

Masterworks from the National Gallery of Australia

Erika Clugston

Date: 17.11.17 – 02.04.18
Venue: meCollectors room

Explore the rich history and diversity of Australian indigenous works with paintings, videos, sculptures, and installations from theĀ National Gallery of Australia. The NGA has the most extensive collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in the world, and so the opportunity to see it in Berlin is a rare privilege.

Work from the early 19th century to contemporary art will be on view, allowing a visual exploration of the cultural upheaval the Australian indigenous people have experienced. The artists explore issues such as identity, politics, religion, and history. To learn more, take part in a tour on Saturday, November 18th, with NGA Senior Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art, Franchesca Cubillo. Register atĀ event[at], admission is 8 euros.

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Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Yam awely, 1995, National Gallery of Australia