CURRENTno current events
An exhibition of photographs by Kenro Izi and Yumiko Izu. The duo have an interest in history and the documenting of people and monuments. Benefits from the exhibition will...Read More
An exhibition of paintings by indigenous artists from Australia’s central and western deserts. Didgeridoo player Cameron McCarthy will perform during the reception. Including artists Lorna...Read More
A new exhibition of color and black and white photographs of Australian landscapes by filmmaker Cozens.
The first U.S. solo exhibition of paintings by the Aboriginal painter. The eighty-four-year-old Kngwarreye,has been called the “Rothko” of Australia.
Booker-Lowe Gallery presents an exhibition of the artists of Ampilatwatja region in Australia. They are known for their landscapes of Australia’s harsh Central Desert, when...Read More
Contemporary paintings from the remote Aboriginal community of Lockhart River, located on the Cape York Peninsula at the very northern tip of Australia’s Great Barrier...Read More
New mixed-media paintings by a celebrated Australian indigenous artist. Mills’ paintings reflect both the influences of Australian Aboriginal weaving and of patterns of knit garments...Read More
Australian Aboriginal paintings depicting the Napaljarri-warnu Jukurrpa or Seven Sisters’ Dreaming, based on the constellation also called the Pleiades by Alma Nungarrayi Granites.
A mix of “big names” in Aboriginal art including Minnie Pwerle, Gloria Petyarre, Abie Loy Kemarre, and Johnny Bulun Bulun, and others.
Honorary Consul of Australia and gallery owner Nana Booker talks about the “ancient” linoleum-cutting traditions and techniques of Australia’s indigenous printmakers.
The show includes abstract landscapes by artists Alec Baker, Emily Cullinan, Maringka Burton, Peter Mungkuri, and Tiger Yaltkangki.
Booker-Lowe Gallery presents an exhibition with Janaki Lennie in celebration of her award from the G’Day USA/Australian-American Chamber of Commerce. Lennie, a native of Australia...Read More
Patrick Butcher, one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal contemporary painters, presents Puuya Kuntha – Strong Heart, an exhibition of paintings by northern Queensland’s Lockhart River’s “Art...Read More
Check out new Australian Aboriginal paintings from the artists of Yuendumu at Booker-Lowe Gallery in the exhibition Warlu manu Ngapa: Fire and Water.
A5- The Annual Affordable Australian Aboriginal Art Fair is Booker-Lowe Gallery’s yearly exhibition of Australian Aboriginal art priced under $1000, including paintings on canvas and...Read More
Booker-Lowe Gallery showcases an exhibition of new hand-thrown porcelain vessels and experimental closed forms by Australian ceramist Pippin Drysdale. Tanami Mapping features 38 pieces from...Read More
Where Creeks Cross: New Paintings from Australia’s Central Desert, now at Booker-Lowe Gallery.
The first US exhibition of fine art etchings by senior and emerging Aboriginal Artists from Kununurra, Western Australia. This exhibition features new works from one...Read More
Booker-Lowe unveils Uncrated V: New works from recent visits with Australian Aboriginal Artists.
Booker-Lowe presents Ancient Lands/Modern Landscapes: Aboriginal Paintings from Sandover River Country
True North: Linocuts and etchings by indigenous artists from Australia’s “Top End” features work by printmakers from northern Australia’s Torres Strait Islands, Arnhem Land, and...Read More
Check out new paintings by Aboriginal artists from Australia’s acclaimed Waringarri Art Centre.
Contemporary Australian aboriginal paintings from Bidyadanga.
Jewelry, sculpture, and wall pieces by the Museum of Fine Arts’ Glassell Studio School enameling classes.
From the Australian Lockhart River Art Gang including Adrian King, Leroy Platt, Joanne Butcher and Sue Ryan.
Includes: Eubena Nampitjin and Nora Wompi, Paddy Japaljarri Sims and Judy Watson Napangardi, and Raymond Tjampitjinpa and Lindsay Corby Tjapaltjarri.
Highlighting vividly colored paintings by artists from the central desert and carvings from Arnhem Land. Go see some Aboriginal art for a change!