Papunya Tjupi: a new beginning |
COFA Student Gallery UNSW
Papunya is well known as the birthplace of the indigenous
desert art movement. But what became of the Papunya
painters after Geoffrey Bardenís departure in 1972? Vivien
Johnsonís lecture will range across a quarter of a century
of painting in the Papunya community, including the latest
developments as seen in the exhibition,Papunya Tjupi:
A New Beginning, at the IDG until October 6.
Johnson, who organisedPapunya Tjupi, is a writer, researcher,
curator and New South Global Professor. She is currently
curating an exhibition of 1970s Papunya painting for the
National Museum of Australia, opening in late November.
TUESDAY, 2 OCTOBER, 6 - 7 PM
EGO2 LECTURE THEATRE, COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS, UNSW
CNR OxFORD STREET & GREENS RD, PADDINGTON, 2021
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Proudly supported by ARTnews.com.au.