Malcolm Maloney Jagamarra

  • Skin Name:Jagamarra
  • Language:Warlpiri
  • Region:Willowra, Central Australia
  • Dreaming:Fire, Water, Goanna, Snake, Milky Way, Green Snake, Budgerigar, Seven Sisters, Rock Kangaroo, Frog, Tree Witchety Grub, Bush Tomato, Bush Potato, Bush Lantana, Bush Beans & Rock Wallaby.
Malcolm Maloney Jagamarra
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Bibliography

  • Birnberg, M. & Kreczmanski, J.B. (2004) Aboriginal Artists Dictionary of Biographies: Central Desert, Western Desert & Kimberley Region. J.B. Publishing Australia, Marleston, South Australia.
  • Johnson, V. (1994) Aboriginal Artists of the Western Desert: A Biographical Dictionary. Craftsman House, Roseville East, New South Wales.

Collections

  • Aboriginal Galleries of Australia.
  • Charles Sturt University.
  • Macquarie University.
  • The Kelton Foundation.
  • Australian Embassy.
  • Art Gallery of New South Wales.
  • Professor Fishe Collection.
  • Berkeley Editions.

Exhibitions

  • 2014, “Warmth, Happiness, Orange!”, Central Art – Aboriginal Art Store, Alice Springs.
  • 2010, “Tradition to Modernity”, Tasmanian Art Fair, Central Art – Aboriginal Art Store.
  • 2001, “Icons of Australian Aboriginal Art”, Singapore.
  • 2001, “18th annual National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award Exhibition”, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
  • 1999, Aboriginal Art Galleries of Australia, Melbourne.
  • 1999, “Tjinytjilpa”, Embassy of Australia, Washington, USA.
  • 1998, “Sztuka Aborygenow – Art of the Aborigines”, Warsaw, Poland.
  • 1996, Gauguin Gallery, Singapore.
  • 1996, “Nangara Exhibition”, Belguim.
  • 1995, “Malcolm JAgamarra”, Brisbane.
  • 1994, Wagner Art Gallery, Hong Kong.
  • 1993, Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh, USA.
  • 1993, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
  • 1992, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
  • 1991, Tribal Art Gallery, Melbourne.
  • 1991, Malagra’s Gallery San Antonio, Texas, USA.
  • 1991, Barbara Gilman, Miami, USA.
  • 1991, Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery, Vineyard, Germany.
  • 1991, Rebecca Hosack Gallery, London.
  • 1991, Stuttgart Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany.
  • 1991, Bahti Indian Art Gallery, Tuscon, USA.
  • 1991, Throckmorton Gallery, Tuscon, USA.
  • 1991, Rosequist Gallery, Tuscon, USA.
  • 1990, Reichs Museum, The Netherlands.
  • 1988, “Aboriginal “Dot” Painting”, Melbourne.

Awards

  • 2001, Finalist, 18th annual National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
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