Collection: Do you see what I see?
Works from the Gallery Collection curated by Deborah Taylor.
View works from the Collection in a different light in this exhibition of works curated by celebrated First Nations artist Deborah Taylor.
Deborah is a well known Clarence Valley based artist of Gumbaynggir and Bundjalung descent who has had a long involvement with the Gallery.
Her aim in selecting the works for this exhibition was as a way of comparing differing viewpoints on different subjects. The early 19th century white viewpoint of how peoples of the Gumbaynggirr, Bundjalung and Yaegl landscape were portrayed, is vastly different to how local first Nations peoples view themselves now, and how the ancient ancestral ties to land and water are presented to the world in artistic ways.
This exhibition is on view until Sunday 18 June 2023.
Above: Deborah Taylor Barrwayunda-Bindarray III (Big River), 2017, crylic on paper (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
Homepage square: Charmaine Davis Lionsville I (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
Slider: Alison Williams Station Creek Emu's Nest, 2005, (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
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