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"Aboriginal art is the most important art movement today"

Robert Hughes - art critic, TIME Magazine


Aboriginal Art :: Australia
“At a Sotheby's auction in Melbourne
last year (2005), 195 works sold for a total of AUS $4.8 million dollars, with 42 percent bought by overseas bidders.

Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Sydney, Roger Benjamin, said after the auction that Aboriginal art now accounted for more than 50 percent of all art sales in Australia.

Despite Aboriginal art in its present form having a history of less than half a century, Benjamin says some of its exponents rank among the world's great artists.”

French News


Aboriginal Art :: Australia
Our Gallery makes annual donations
to the Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Service in the East Kimberley. The donations will fund a renal nurse and education campaigns in the region as well as development of the Dialysis Unit.

Kidney disease is becoming Australia’s number one health problem, especially amongst the Indigenous population. Aboriginal people are nine times more likely to be on dialysis then non-indigenous patients, according to WA Health Department data.


As a signatory to the Indigenous Art Code we are committed to ethical and transparent business dealings with Indigenous visual artists and abide by the standards set out in the Code.


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