Goods Shed exhibition Painting Power shows paintings from remote Indigenous art centers. Check out Karen Cheg's blog
This week, I popped over to Claremont to The Goods Shed , a new creative space for art exhibitions, installations, artist residencies, community and learning events. It occupies a renovated heritage railway building – which is very cool – a little landscaped garden, a cafe and an outside sitting area. I went to an event there a few months ago and I loved the space! So I followed them on Instagram and have since received little updates on events… including this art exhibition, which caught my eye and made me immediately scribble the details into my calendar: Painting Power | Ritual, Art & Land. It is a collection of paintings by Indigenous artists from the remote art centres of Tjala Arts , Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu , Ikuntji Artists , Martumili Arts , Mimili Maku Arts and Munupi Arts . According to the information panels: The exhibition explores the relationship be...