Artitja Fine Art’s aim is in connecting cultures through art. Globally the art plays an important role as a medium for connecting very different cultures. Making these connections between urban and remote Australian Indigenous communities has been the Gallery’s driving force.
Since 2004 Artitja Fine Art has established itself as one of Perth’s most reputable and accessible Indigenous art galleries known for its innovative business model which includes a quarterly exhibition program in select venues and at all times offering an expert and personalised by-appointment service enabling art lovers to view art in a home environment.
For details of the quarterly exhibition programme visit our website: www.artitja.com.au
152 AVON TERRACE, YORK, WA
For the first time Artitja Fine Art features as part of the York Festival showcasing the nest in Australian Aboriginal art to be held in the regional and historic town of York. The exhibition features art and objects from remote community artists with a special feature including workshops by bush sculpture and internationally renowned bre textile artist Janine McAullay Bott.
EARLYWORK, 330 SOUTH TCE, SOUTH FREMANTLE, WA.
A group show of fine art and objects from Australia’s Indigenous artists communities in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
Janine McAullay Bott canoe basket
Alison Munti Riley 122x84cm Ara Irititja Ngayuku Ngura Wiru