Eubena Nampitjin, "Kinyu", 2007. Image courtesy: Art Gallery of New South Wales © Estate of Eubena Nampitjin. Licensed by Copyright Agency Photo: Diana Panuccio, AGNSW.
Wirrimanu at Art Gallery of NSW
For generations, one town in the far centre of Western Australia has been home to some of Australia's most extraordinary Indigenous artists. The community of Wirrimanu—which lies in the midst of the Great Sandy and Tanami deserts—has acted as a ceremonial hub for the Indigenous clans who live there, whose artistic practice represents one of the most distinctive regional styles in the country. "Wirrimanu" at the Art Gallery of NSW is a celebration of the region's artists, providing an insight into the artistic strength of the community over the past 40 years.