John Mawurndjul retrospective opens at TARNANTHI

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Over 160 works from celebrated Kuninjku artist, John Mawurndjul, have been sourced from across the globe for a retrospective exhibition of his work at TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

The exhibition is a collaborative effort by the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

It is a bilingual exhibition, in both Kuninjku and English, and is complimented by an online exhibition guide that allows visitors to listen to and read in both languages.

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Thursday, October 25 2018
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Featured in storyNici Cumpston, Artistic Director, Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art and Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at the Art Gallery of South AustraliaSusan Mawurndjul, artist's sisterJanet Mawurndjul, artist's grandmotherSally Ann Mawurndjul, artist's granddaughterDr Murray Garde, Kuninjku interpreter
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