Karen Napaljarri Barnes

  • Skin Name:Napaljarri
  • Language:Warlpiri
  • Region:Yuendumu, Central Australia
  • Dreaming:Yankirri (Emu) Dreaming
Karen Napaljarri Barnes

Bibliography

  • This biography was developed by Central Art - Aboriginal Art Store.

Exhibitions

  • 2010, “Exposition d’art aborigine d’Australie”, IDAIA & Galerie Princesse de Kiev, France.
  • 2010, “Warlukurlangu Artists Tour”, Grassi Leipzig, Germany.
  • 2010, Artitja Fine Art, Perth.
  • 2010, “30 under 30”, Mosseenson Gallery, Melbourne.
  • 2010, “Jukurrpa – Our Story”, Tandanya Cultural Institute, Adelaide. 
  • 2010, “Youth of Yuendumu”, Benalla Art Gallery, Benalla.
  • 2010, “Palya Art at Gallows Gallery”, Gallows Gallery, Perth.
  • 2009, “Warlukurlangu Survery Show”, Redot Gallery, Singapore.
  • 2009, “Desert Dreamings”, Open Palm Court Gallery, New Delhi, India.
  • 2008, “Yuendumu – Emerging Artists”, Better World Arts, Adelaide.
  • 2008, “Warlukurlangu Artists – Establishing & Emerging Artists”, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney.
  • 2008, “Opening Doors into Colourful Dreaming”, Redot Gallery, Singapore.
  • 2008, “The Women’s Show”, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne.
  • 2007, “Stocking”, Artereal, Sydney.
  • 2007, “Australian Aboriginal Artists from the Central Desert”, Jeffrey Moose Gallery, Seattle, USA.
  • 2007, “Bush Tucker”. Artereal, Sydney.
  • 2007, “Desert Mob Art Show”, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs.
  • 2007, “Shalom Gamarada Aboriginal Art Exhibition”, Shalom College, Sydney.
  • 2007, “Vivid Visions – Warlpiri Women from Yuendumu and Yonder”, Coo-ee Aboriginal Art, Sydney.
  • 2007, “The Women’s Show”, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne.
  • 2006, “Christmas Show”, Northern Territory & Outback Centre, Sydney.
  • 2006, “Warlpiri Artists of Yuendumu”, Japingka Gallery, Perth.
  • 2006, “Journey to Mina Mina”, Gallery Gondwana, Sydney.
  • 2006, “Warlukurlangu Artists”, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney.
  • 2006, “Warlukurlangu Artists”, Mason Gallery, Darwin.
  • 2006, “Desert Mob Art Show”, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs.
  • 2006, “Senior Women’s Work”, Gadfly Gallery, Perth.
  • 2006, “Recent Works from Yuendumu”, Suzanne O’Conneel Gallery, Brisbane.
  • 2006, “Paintings from the Fire Country”, Birrung Gallery, Sydney.
  • 2006, “Artists of Yuendumu”, Northern Territory & Outback Centre, Sydney.
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