Collaborative Indigenous Works

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Collaboration is an important part of the Aboriginal Culture it is how Dreams are passed to the next Generation. Collaboration started at the start of the Western Desert Movement with the painting of the Honey Art Mural on the Papunya School. The design was created by Old Walter and Old Tom collaborating with Geoff Barton. The fourth version of the design was then painted by a number of senior Artist including Kaapa Tjampitjinpa, Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri, Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra, Johnny Warangkula Tjupurrula and Don Ellis Tjapanangka.

This Theme was also reflected in 2000 at the Papunya Tula “Genesis and Genius” Exhibition held at the Art Gallery of NSW for the 2000 Olympics had four Collaborative pieces by different communities two pieces by the Women of Kiwirrkura and Kintore and two pieces by the Men of the same communities.

Collaboration is an important different between Ultimate Art Gallery and other Major Galleries within Sydney. The theme is reflected in the collaborative piece in the Gallery which are both Community based and Family based. We have rare community pieces from Utopia and Papunya and also Kintore and Ngura Kuju Walyja Communities near the WA and SA Borders. We also have pieces which cross the generation of Artist or specific to a generation of Artist

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Warlimpirringa Last Nomads

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Tommy Watson - Irrunytju Arts

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