Indigenous Australia

Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery | Darwin

The Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery is based in Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia, and is at the centre of Aboriginal art and culture. AFA has developed a strong identity and commitment to promoting the art and culture of Australia's indigenous people. The gallery’s catalogue focuses on works by prominent artists from Central and Western Desert regions of Australia as well...

Gallery Gondwana | Alice Springs

Recognised as one of Australia’s leading Indigenous art galleries since 1990, Gallery Gondwana, located in Todd Mall, Alice Springs, sources work from leading established and emerging artists from Australia and the South Pacific. This contemporary gallery exhibits and retails authentic Aboriginal art, fine art in the mediums of painting, works on paper, fibre, jewellery and glassware which trul...

Haasts Bluff | Haasts Bluff

Haasts Bluff is home to mainly Luritja and Pintupi people of the Central Western Desert. The intensity of desert colours, important sites and stories, and subtle motifs of the bush all find expression in the paintings of the Haasts Bluff artists. The Bluff lies 230 kms west of Alice Springs and is nestled within the spectacular West MacDonnell Ranges. To the north is Mt Edward and Mt William, and ...

DACOU Aboriginal Gallery | Alice Springs

Australia's leading Aboriginal art galleries, DACOU is the acronym for Dreaming Art Centre Of Utopia.. The Centre was founded by Fred Torres in 1993. Since its inception DACOU has become firmly entrenched in the Aboriginal Art world and is recognised as the leading supplier of quality Utopia art. The gallery specialises in Aboriginal art and Aboriginal paintings from the Utopia region, located 27...