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Birrung Gallery

Birrung Gallery is a not for profit project of World Vision Australia and showcases contemporary Australian Indigenous art.We personally visit and select work from some of the most isolated locations in Australia .We support emerging artists as well as major talents and profits are returned to World Vision Indigenous projects within Australia

Sydney

Australia
Address:
134 William Street , Woolloomooloo 2011 NSW Australia
2011
Phone: +61 2 95509964
Fax: +61 2 95509627
Website: www.worldvision.com.au/birrung


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Birrung represents over 300 Australian Indigenous artists .We feature paintings , sculpture ,prints , ceramics and artefacts from 25 remote communites throughout Australia


Sample Art Work (6)

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Current Exhibitions

The Namatjira Circle -paintings of Central Australia by the descendants of celebrated Albert Namatjira


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Indigenous prints March 2008
a survey of recent etchings and screenprints from major and emerging artists from Maningrida, Warlayirti, Ikuntji and Irrekerlante art centres


Previous Exhibitions

In 2007 exhibition highlights included
An exhibition of ochre paintings from the Tiwi islands
An exhibition of Spirit Figures from Arnhem Land
An exhibition of paintings , prints and ceramics from some of the town camps in Alice Springs
An Exhibition of canvases by major Western Desert artists


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Art Fairs

Sydney Art 07
Sydney Art 08


Submission Policy

we only exhibit work from aboriginal owned art centres to ensure artists receive fair remuneration and clients buy works with a guaranteed provenance


Location And Getting There

Birrung Gallery is located in the vibrant commercial and cafe precinct of East Sydney /Woolloomooloo( only 10 minutes walk from the heart of Sydney and major cultural institutions such as the Australia Museum and Art Gallery of New South Wales)
Buses and train services are 7 days per week with the nearest train station being Kings Cross.See our website for details of parking/transport on www.worldvision.com.au/birrung


Contact-Directors/Staff

Greg Mallyon Gallery Director


Opening Times

Tuesday-Friday 10-5.30
Saturday and Sunday 11-5