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Earth Wind & Fire

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Thursday, 7 September 2017 to Friday, 20 October 2017
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Wednesday, 6 September 2017 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm

Griffin Gallery is delighted to present Earth Wind & Fire, a celebration of contemporary Australian Indigenous art, and Western European contemporary art, presenting 6 esteemed Australian Indigenous artists alongside 7 British artists. Earth Wind & Fire offers a fresh look at contemporary indigenous Australian art, and it’s rich and unbroken tradition of 60,000 years. The exhibition reflects the similarities of conceptual theme and craftsmanship between northern and southern hemisphere artists, with treatments and motifs such as home-made pigments, symbolism, abstraction, depictions of nature, and the celebration of culture; both ancient and modern. 

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Earth Wind & Fire features the indigenous Australian artists: Kittey Malarvie | Lily Nungarrayi Hargraves | Freddie Timms | Ngarrlia Tommy May |Mawnhura Jimmy Nerrimah | Keturan Nangala Zimran and the British artists Ralph Anderson | Ben Cove | John Greenwood | Sigrid Holmwood | Richard Kirwan | John Stark and Daniel Sturgis

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Open Monday to Friday 10-5, and Saturdays 12-5.

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Griffin Gallery

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