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We are passionate about Fine Art. Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela pioneer showing fine art outside the metropolitan area, for public display and acquisition. Challenging the status quo from its inception won the trust of some of the most important artists from post WWII until today. We coup the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald and built a reputation in Australia and the wide World. Recognizing the importance of the buyer confidence in securing artworks of impeccable provenance we offer an opportunity to purchase museum-quality original art, shipping Worldwide. Exhibiting Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Jamie Boyd, Mrs. Bennett, John Olsen, Lenore Boyd, Nancy, Ningura Napurrula, Minnie Pwerle, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Garry Shead and many more, we won the major Australian media such as the ABC TV Australian National News | Boyd Video, ABC TV Sunday Afternoon | Video, ABC TV Australian National News |Perceval Video, SBS National TV Charles Blackman Video.  q Exhibitions q Videos

Nancy Nungurrayi 1935-2010

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Nancy Nungurrayi is an international modern abstract artist. Based on an important ancient tradition of 60 thousands years, Nancy has created some of the most exciting form of contemporary Australian Indigenous art. Nancy dynamic work is in high demand in the World Art Market keenly sought-after by international buyers. Nancy paintings are exhibited internationally and Australia wide.

Nancy and her sister Naata Nungurrayi | National Gallery of Australia were first women in Kintore who began painting for Papunya Tula. Nancy brother George Tjungurrayi | National Museum of Australia and The Collection of Art Gallery NSW and nephew Kenny Williams Tjampitjinpa The Collection of Art Gallery of NSW.

Nancy Nungurrayi work is represented in major public and corporate collections around the World Rebecca Hossack, London, Redot Fine Art Stage, Singapore, Michael Reid, Berlin, Germany, Rebecca Hossack, New York, Kelton Foundation USA, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Museum Art Gallery of  Northern Territory, Darwin, Artbank, Sydney, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia.

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Artist: Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010)
 Title: NR200113-9436
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Artist: Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010)
 Title: NR200114-9437
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Artist: Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010)
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Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010) Biography

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Nancy Nungurrayi is an important international modern abstract artist born around 1935 and she died 2010.  Based on an ancient tradition of 60 thousands years, Nancy has created some of the most exciting form of contemporary Australian Indigenous art.

Nancy original work is dynamic and in high demand in the World Art Market keenly sought-after by international buyers. Nancy paintings are exhibited internationally and Australia wide.

Nancy Nungurrayi work is represented in major corporate and public collections throughout the world including Rebecca Hossack, London, Redot Fine Art Stage, Singapore, Michael Reid, Berlin, Germany, Rebecca Hossack, New York, Kelton Foundation USA, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Museum Art Gallery of  Northern Territory, Darwin, Artbank, Sydney, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Nancy and her sister Naata Nungurrayi | National Gallery of Australia were among a small group of women in Kintore and Kiwirrkura who began painting for Papunya Tula.

Nancy brother George Tjungurrayi | National Museum of Australia and The Collection of Art Gallery NSW and nephew Kenny Williams Tjampitjinpa The Collection of Art Gallery of NSW established themselves as leading painters with Papunya Tula Artists.

Nancy Nungurrayi work was included in the famous "Kiwirrkura" project, and is represented in important collections in Australian and internationally.

Nancy paintings have been exhibiting around the World, and are in high demand in the World Art Market. Nancy depict the dreaming sites or “Tjukurrpa” relating the traditional homeland of the Kintore country include Tali (Sand Hills) and Puli (rocky hills) painted as a series of curved linear patterns.

Nancy Nungurrayi designs are complex, with great attention to details she creates quality unique paintings that are . Nancy paintings have the physical presence of the much contemporary work of art.

The main site known as “Marrapinti”  is the site were women gathered for ceremony during the time of creation. Nancy designs represent various aspects of the landscape such as sand dunes and rock escarpments known as (tali) and (puli) respectively. Nancy paints her “Karrku” story (refers to red ochre). The women can be seen depicted as “U” shapes and the background colours and designs represent various aspects of the landscape such as sand dunes and rock escarpments known as (tali) and (puli) respectively.

The concentric circles refer to the locations used for ceremony. The parallel lines that connect each of these sites are song lines established during ancestral activity. These are used during the movement from one site to the next and provide evidence of the presence of ancestral beings.

Many of Nancy’s paintings depict women grinding wangunu, a grass seed used to make traditional damper. Apart from the symbols used to represent the women and their activities. Women also gathered “kumparapara” native tomato, the dried fruit was ground to paste and baked in hot coals.

Nancy took part in the Kiwirrkura Women’s project the painting was auctioned to raise funds for the Kintore accommodation. The painting is published in the “Papunya Tula". Nancy’s stories include; “Mantarrkurra”, “Tunitjarra”- kunkga tjuta or “many women”, “Marrapinti” – women’s business. “Mamuttjulku” – Nancy’s (Tjapaltjarri) father’s site. Also she paints “Mantjintjalkara” area located in the Karrku area and “Wirunya” story about a ceremonial skirt worn by women.

 

AWARDS

2001 Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards NATSIAA

 

COLLECTIONS

Nancy Nungurrayi work is represented in major private and public collections throughout the world.

National Gallery of Victoria

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Queensland Art Gallery

Papunya Tula Artists

University of the Sunshine Coast Queensland

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Art Bank Sydney

Art Gallery of South Australia

Flinders Art Museum

Kelton Foundation USA

Flinders University Adelaide

Homes a Court Collection

Art Gallery of Western Australia

 

Exhibitions

2017 Michael Reid Gallery, Sydney - Nancy Nungurrayi at Michael Reid

2017 Michael Reid Gallery, Berlin, Germany - Nancy Nungurrayi

2015 Land and Landscape in Aboriginal Art, Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, London

2015 Fair History on Artsy Redot Fine Art Gallery at Art Stage, Singapore

2015 Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, New York City

2011 Papuya Tula Women’s Art, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, NSW.

2010 Tradition and Innovation Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne, Vic

2009 Galeria Aniela the world’s local fine art gallery, NSW

2007 NANCY NUNGURRAYI Suzanne O'Connell Solo Exhibition, Suzanne O'Connell Gallery, Brisbane

2007 Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs, Northern Territory

2007 Raft Artspace, Darwin, Northern Territory

2007 Papunya Tula, Short Street Gallery, Broome, Western Australia

2006 Suzanne O'Connell Gallery, Brisbane

2006 Utopia Art Sydney, NSW

2006 Bond Aboriginal Art - Australian Aboriginal Art gallery  Adelaide, SA

2005 Découvrir, Ręver, Investir L'art Aborigčne d'Australie Australian Embassy, Paris

2005 Pintupi Artists, Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs,, NT

2005 Aboriginal Art, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne, Vic

2004 Peintres Pintupi, Galerie Dad, Mantes-la-Jolie, 32 rue Thiers, 78200 Mantes-La-Jolie, France

2004 Aboriginal Art 2004, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne

2003 Kintore and Kiwirrkura Women Artists, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzy, Melbourne

2002 Next Generation Aboriginal Art Art House Gallery, Sydney, NSW

2002 Aboriginal Paintings from Our Country, AP Bond Art Galery, Adelaide

2002 Land of Diversity, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney, NSW

2002 25 Years Papunya Tula, Academy of the Arts, University of Tasmania, Tasmanian College of the Arts - University of Tasmania

2002 25 Years and Beyond - Papunya Tula, Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane

2002 Papunya Tula Painting, Brisbane City Gallery, Brisbane

2001 Land of Diversity, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney, NSW

2001 Art House Gallery, Sydney, NSW

2001 Art of the Pintupi, AP Bond Art Galery, Adelaide, SA

2001 Papunya Tula Women, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne, Vic

2001 Papunya Tula Painting, Araluen Centre Galleries, Alice Springs

2001 Indigenart, Mossenson Galleries, Subiaco, WA

2000 Framed Gallery, Darwin, NT

2000 Pintupi Women, Papunya Tula Artists, Alice Springs, NT

2000 Lines, Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane, QLD

1999 Papunya Tula Painting, Flinders University Art Museum & City Gallery, Adelaide

1999 Utopia Art, Sydney, NSW

1999 Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne, Vic

1999 Kintore women's painting Western Desert Dialysis Appeal, Alice Springs

 


Nancy Nungurrayi, Alice Springs 2006

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Nancy Ross Nungurrayi (1935-2010), Cat. no. NR200112-9482, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen, Image Size: 155 x 125 cm

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 NR200114-9437
 Nancy Ross Nungurrayi (1935-2010), Cat. no. NR200114-9437, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen, Image Size: 152 x 48 cm

Artist: Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010)

Title: NR200114-9437 showcasing the state-of-the-art expression

Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
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stretched in the quality timber, ready to hang vertical or horizontal)

Dimension: 152 x 48 cm

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NR200113-9436
Nancy Ross Nungurrayi (1935-2010), Cat. no. NR200113-9436, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen, Image Size: 152 x 48 cm

Artist: Nancy Nungurrayi (1935-2010)

Title: NR200113-9436 showcasing the state-of-the-art expression

Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
(stretched in the quality timber, ready to hang vertical or horizontal)

Dimension: 152 cm x 48 cm

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Galeria Aniela is committed to significant dynamic artists such as Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Jamie Boyd, John Perceval, John Olsen, Robin Holliday, Brett Whiteley, Garry Shead, Mrs. Bennett, Deborah Halpern, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Ningura Napurrula, Gloria Petyarre, Nancy we aim to be a place of experience and inspiration.

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