The Cross Arts Project Exhibitions

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Syed , Abdullah M.I , b. 1974
Syed’s artwork utilizes a variety of mediums and techniques to communicate complex political ideas.
Updated Feb. 15, 2022
Ormella, Raquel, b. 1969
Artistic practice covering a diverse range of activities, including video, paintings, installations, drawings, and zines.
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
Marawili, Nongirrna, b. 1939
Highly regarded artist at Buku Larrnggay Mulka, Yirrkala, Northern Territory
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
Marika, Banduk, b. 1954
Yirrkala traditional owner, printmaker and painter
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
Purdie, Shirley, b. 1948
Painter and a prominent leader in Warmun community
Updated Sept. 1, 2019
MacDonald, Fiona
Female artist who is known to weave with photographs and use collage techniques.
Updated Aug. 30, 2019
Updated Aug. 29, 2019
Wirrpanda, Mulkun, b. 1947
Mulkun Wirrpanda is a senior female artist for the Dhudi-Djapu clan from Dhuruputjpi.
Updated Aug. 29, 2019
Djunginy, Robyn
Robyn Djunginy is a daughter of acclaimed artist Ngulmarmar and is a sister of the renowned artists George Milpurrurru and Charlie Djurritjini. Perhaps best known ...
Updated Aug. 22, 2019
Australian Studies:Fiona Macdonald and Spiros Panigirakis

by Macdonald, Fiona, Panigirakis, Spiros .

Australian Studies is a collaborative project that continues the turn to publication in the work of Fiona Macdonald and Spiros Panigirakis. The publication is the ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Site Lines

by Ahlip, Tarik, Brescia, Linda, Franco, Heath, Kouyoumdjian, Sophia, Syed , Abdullah M.I .

A selection of recent studio works by Tarik Ahlip, Linda Brescia, Heath Franco and Abdullah M.I. Syed, accompanied by artist talks about how a programmed ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Frontier History: Flow of Voices 2

by Green, Jacky, Hoosan, Stewart, McDinny, Nancy .

Flow of Voices is a unique two-part exhibition on contemporary art, settler colonialism and mining in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria in the Northern Territory ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Art & Mining: Flow of Voices 1: Mining Impact

by Green, Jacky.

Jacky Green maps the changes from ‘Good to Bad’ caused when an underground mine expands to open cut and a major river is diverted (2007); ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Napolean Oui: Rainforest ID

by Oui, Napolean.

Napolean Oui's first Sydney exhibition, Rainforest ID, is a theatrical tableaux of vivid shield-like paintings on canvas and bark cloth. Oui, a Djabugay artist based ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Yirrkala, After Berndt

by Burarrwangga , Ngalkuma, Gumana, Gawirrin, Marawili, Nongirrna, Marawili , Marrirra, Marika, Banduk, Maymuru-White, Naminapu , Mununggurr, Marrnyula, Wirrpanda, Mulkun, Yunupingu , Yalpi.

_Yirrkala, After Berndt_ accompanies and honours Yirrkala Drawings (1946-47) at Art Gallery of New South Wales, the first major exhibition on the revelatory drawings at ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Mills, Karen
Visual artist who lives and works in Darwin, Australia. She is also a curator who has had a great deal of experience working as an ...
Updated Aug. 13, 2019
John Demos: At the Big Fag Press

by Demos, John.

Demos's work focuses on concepts of home, territory and belonging, using written text and symbolic imagery. On view at The Cross Art Projects is a ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Jadagen Warnkan Barnden — Changing Climate in Gija Country

by Barney, Gordon, Cann, Churchill, Carrington, Betty, Juli, Mabel, Nodea, Nancy, Nyadbi, Lena, Peters, Rusty, Purdie, Shirley, Thomas, Mary.

A unique exhibition about Indigenous perceptions of climate change. Senior Gija artists Gordon Barney, Churchill Cann, Betty Carrington, Mabel Juli, Nancy Nodea, Lena Nyadbi, Rusty ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Ghost Citizens: witnessing the intervention

by Ah Kee, Vernon, Alder, Alison, Cole, Bindi, Foley, Fiona, Holder, Jo, Jones, Dan, Kemarre, Kylie, M. Mulda, Sally, MacDonald, Fiona, Mackinolty, Chips, Mundine, Djon, Napurulla, Amy, Penzer, Brendan, Ritchie, Therese, Vaughan, Deborah, Wing, Jason.

Ghost Citizens follow us and infiltrate our daily lives. In a continent full of the ghosts and shadows of colonialism, the historical, social, and physical ...

Updated Aug. 13, 2019
Holder, Jo
Curator, gallery director and community arts worker
Updated Aug. 8, 2019
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Updated Aug. 8, 2019
Steve Smith: 'Who are the trusted?'

by Smith, Steve, Vickers, Nick.

Steve Smith turns a peripheral vision onto Sydney’s laneway life in an intense installation of paintings and drawings selected by curator Nick Vickers as a ...

Updated Aug. 8, 2019