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NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA
(Who do we think we are?) - TES May 2013 - July 2014

Highlights from the survey exhibition at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space, May 2013 - July 2014.


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Left, Fred Ward, Tingarri, Undated, acrylic on 12oz cotton canvas, 2710mm x 1540mm
Right, Arthur Robertson & Warburton Arts Project, Tintjirra, 1994, clear float glass panels,
2000mm x 1200mm x 10mmT (x 2)


Installation detail. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Elizabeth Holland, Wati Kutjarra, WAC 521 (L), 2004, acrylic on 15oz. Cotton canvas


Installation detail. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Tjingapa Davies, Palykutjanya, 1998 Clear float glass
1800mm x 1000mm panels (x 2)


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Art glass platters and dishes from the Warburton Arts Community.


Installation detail. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Blue glass platter by Arthur Robertson, 1998, 400mm x 12mm


Installation detail. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.
Art glass platters, dishes in glass and wood from the Warburton Collection


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space
Lower and upper left acrylic painting and textile art by Nora Holland - Minyma Kutjarra, WFC 583 (L) 2010
and Minyma Kutjarra, WFC 005 (L), 2010. Right side Lily Simms, Wanampi Kutjarra in Piyul, WAC 131 (L), 1994.


Installation View. NYAPALANYATJUN KULIRA? at Tjulyuru Exhibition Space
Arthur Robertson & Warburton Arts Project, Tintjirra, 1994, clear float glass panels,
2000mm x 1200mm x 10mmT (x 2).
Colour photographs. G. Proctor, Warburton Ranges #1 & #2, 2009.


Supported by the Australian Government through the Australia China Council, the Australia International Cultural Council, an initiative of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and the Australia Council for the Arts.