Supranational: New work from the Buku-Larrngay Centre
When: Now showing until Friday, 29 January
Where: Australian Consulate-General, 150E 42nd Street, Floor 34, New York, NY
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm
This exhibition brings together bark paintings, etchings and video work by Yolngu artists from the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala - a pristine Aboriginal coastal community in north-eastern Arnhem Land, Australia.
Art making is integral to Yolngu spirituality. Theirs is a philosophy of continual learning: one's knowledge of the Law, the Land, ceremony, natural phenomena and where one fits in the universal life cycle is vivified and expressed through art.
This exhibition offers an index of contemporary Yolngu art, where tradition meets innovation in this ever-evolving expression of sacred identity. More⇒
Hot off their world tour, UNTAPPED! deftly defies tap conventions for a dance expression that's all its own. Mixing street dance styles, percussion and a healthy dose of Aussie humor, these high-octane hoofers bring intricate syncopation to a playlist of funk, hip hop, jazz and rock. Joined by a beatboxer and a live band, this charismatic crew will have you tapping along to this raucous reinvention of rhythm. More⇒
Colin Grant: Fragmented Reality
When: Friday, 12 February - Thursday, 3 March, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, 18 February, 2016, 6-8 pm
Where: Agora Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 10001
Colin Grant’s oil paintings offer the viewer a grand yet delicate mystery. Painted on canvases as large as four feet high, Grant’s work is bursting with big statements. The colors alternate between vivid brights and sensual jewel tones, and big swaths of space are covered with vigorous, impassioned brush strokes. More⇒