Mabel JUli- Garnkiny Doo Wardel: Moon & Star

20 DECEMBER 2016 - 30 JANUARY 2017

The series of works in Garnkiny Doo Wardel: Moon and Star celebrates one of the most dedicated and iconic of all Warmun artists. Mabel Juli's seniority and status as one of Australia's most respected painters has emerged from a consistent body of work that visions landscapes, individual brush stroke gestures and developed symbols of Gija Law and Culture, with the recollection of Ngarranggarni (Dreaming). This landmark exhibit will be the first USA Solo exhibition for Mabel Juli.                                                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected works from the Painting Room

15 NOVEMBER - 20 DECEMBER 2016

This exhibition highlights paintings by leading artists from Australia's Western Desert including major works by Papunya Tula Artists. These paintings with their unmistakable and powerful style are represented in most public galleries, major museums, institutions and many large private collections within Australia as well as overseas. The Papunya Tula painting style derives directly from the artists’ knowledge of traditional body and sand painting associated with ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BARN PROJECT THREE: SEEING THE UNSEEN         SUN VALLEY

3 AUGUST - 30 SEPTEMBER 2016                                  Barn Project 3: Seeing the Unseen asks the question—what happens when we observe something for the first time, can we abandon our bias and expectation in order to fully explore what we are viewing? With this exhibition Seeing the Unseen-- presented in dual gallery venues at Aurobora & Harvey Art Projects—Barn Project 3 attempts to create a bridge.  A bridge that links art practices from divergent cultures; a bridge which connects compositions, substrates and mediums; a bridge that arches between individual artistic inspirations; but most importantly, a bridge which provides a vantage point for a viewer to establish affection for the unseen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POWER. COLOR. STORY: TJARLIRLI WOMEN OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA

SUN VALLEY

26 JUNE - 3 AUGUST 2016

This exhibition celebrates the rich and vibrant art of four senior women artists at Tjarlirli Art Center: Esther Giles, Nyarapayi Giles, Valmayi Nampitjinpa and Katjarra Butler.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FLOWERBLACK: Selected works from the painting room


26 APRIL - 26 June 2016

Harvey Art Projects USA is excited to present this beautiful Spring exhibition, which highlights the diversity of painting across the Central and Western deserts of Australia. These vast regions come alive with a plethora of desert blooms during late fall & the early winter months of May & June. This period marks the time when many women and men begin gathering the abundant food & medicinal sources from native bush flora. Often mobs gather together during this time to participate in ceremony and other significant cultural events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jimmy Pompey 'cowboy story' & Recent paintings from Iwantja Art

10 MARCH - 25 APRIL 2016

Harvey Art Projects USA in conjunction with Iwantja Arts of South Australia is proud to present cowboy paintings by dynamic painter, country music identity, and retired stockman, Jimmy Pompey. This exhibition also highlights recent works by senior Iwantja artists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HARRY & SANDY: RETROSPECTIVES: PAINTINGS FROM TWO CELEBRATED ANANGU ELDERS


10 FEBRUARY - 11 MARCH 2016

In a first for the gallery, Harvey Art Projects is excited to present two vibrant solo exhibitions by Sandy Brumby & Harry Tjutjuna in conjunction with Ninuku Arts, South Australia. This exhibition highlights the unique characteristics of these most sought after painters embracing their individuality and strength.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Tjukurpa Kunpu / Strong Culture:
HOLIDAY SHOW 2015-2016

EASTERN APY ART CENTERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

IWANTJA ARTS
ERNABELLA ARTS
MIMILI-MAKU ARTS

Harvey Art Projects USA is proud to present this powerful exhibit by three art centers from the Eastern APY Lands of South Australia. These beautiful paintings depict stories of important ancestral sites including rock holes, lakes and sand hills by senior artists living and working in this remote region of northern South Australia.