‘SUN FLYING’, A Bright Australian Desert Art Exhibition in Berlin

Palya Art, in cooperation with the Australian Embassy, is proud to announce the coming of  ‘SUN FLYING’, A Bright Australian Desert Art Exhibition to Berlin from 12 July to 17 September 2013.

Painting by Elizabeth Nyumi, 'Parwalla', 900 x 600 mm, Acrylic on linen, ©The artist and Warlayirti Artists

View the ‘SUN FLYING’ Online Gallery

‘SUN FLYING’, curated by Helen Read, will present a selection of beautiful, refined Aboriginal paintings from remote communities in central Australia. Artworks from world renowned Indigenous artists will be on show, including paintings from Papunya Tula Artists, Warlayirti Artists, Warlukurlangu Artists and Ikuntji Artists.

The exhibition will open in Berlin as part of the Australian Embassy’s celebrations of NAIDOC Week. Guest speaker Professor Adone from University of Cologne will present a talk on “Indigenous sign language in Arnhem Land” and a reception with light refreshments will follow.

Painting by Tjunkiya Napaltjarri, 'Untitled', 1220 X 1220 mm, Acrylic on linen, ©The Artist and Papunya Tula Artists

Preview artworks in the Berlin exhibition

Over the coming weeks, Palya Art will publish feature articles on “SUN FLYING” artworks. If you would like to receive these updates via email, please send your request here

Join Helen Read for a floor talk at the Australian Embassy in Berlin through contact on www.palya.com.au

‘SUN FLYING’ is open to view at:

Australische Botschaft Berlin
Wallstr. 76
10179 Berlin-Mitte
u2 Märkisches Museum

See more Indigenous artworks in Palya Art’s Online Gallery

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