South Perth: The Old Mill Abstracted
Acrylic on linen
Artist | Matthew was born in 1986, in Victoria. A talented emerging artist, he held several solo exhibitions in Victorian regional galleries in 2015. His energetic abstract landscapes draw inspiration from both his studio surrounds, and his recent travels.
Bush Tucker in Nyikina Country
Acrylic on paper
Artist | Born around 1910, on Mount Anderson Station, Loongkoonan is Australia’s oldest practising artist. One of the last Nyikina speakers, her works tell of a life spent walking and working in her country. Recent exhibitions in the USA and participation in Magic Object at the Art Gallery of South Australia have
earned her international recognition and high acclaim.
Yarri Yarri Country
Acrylic on canvas
Artist | Kitpi was born around 1924 in the southern Kimberley. His first languages are Walmajarri and Mangala. He began painting late in life after many years working on Kimberley sheep stations. In his words, “I have got a big story to tell and canvas is good for telling the story.”
Founded as Indigenart in 1993, Mossenson Galleries is regarded as one of Australia’s leading commercial galleries, specialising in high-quality Indigenous artworks. Mossenson Galleries has become recognised as a trailblazing epicentre for the emerging Indigenous art movement. Mossenson Galleries’ innovation and trend-setting has been acknowledged by public institutions, including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of South Australia, and the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Artists from Mossenson Galleries have been included in major institutional exhibitions such as Culture Warriors: The National Triennial of Indigenous Art (National Gallery of Australia), South By South West (Art Gallery of Western Australia) and Crossing Country (Art Gallery of New South Wales).
Matthew Clarke & Martin Edge M Mixer June 1-25
Kitpi Solo Exhibition June 22-July 23
Papunya Tjupi Group Exhibition July 27-August 27
Loongkoonan: Yimardoowarra August 18-21