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Gallery: ARTKELCH - Contemporary Aboriginal Art

Art fair: Art Paris LIVE - Grand Palais

Artists: Nonggirrnga Marawili, Nonggirnga Marawili, Nongirrnga Marawili, Djirrirra Wunungmurra, Malaluba Gumana, Spinifex Women, Lawrence Pennington

ARTKELCH is specialising in Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art from
Australia. The main focus is on acrylic paintings from Spinifex Country and
the APY Lands as well as on bark paintings and sculptures from Arnhem Land.
A fine contingent of Tapa (barkcloth) from Papua New Guinea is also
available . ARTKELCH is one of the leading galleries of its kind in Europe.
Founded in 2006 by German-Australian Robyn Kelch, ARTKELCH has curated more
than 100 exhibitions, 13 of which were in German museums.

ARTKELCH is specialising in Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art... more >>
ARTKELCH is specialising in Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art from
Australia. The main focus is on acrylic paintings from Spinifex Country and
the APY Lands as well as on bark paintings and sculptures from Arnhem Land.
A fine contingent of Tapa (barkcloth) from Papua New Guinea is also
available . ARTKELCH is one of the leading galleries of its kind in Europe.
Founded in 2006 by German-Australian Robyn Kelch, ARTKELCH has curated more
than 100 exhibitions, 13 of which were in German museums.

ARTKELCH is specialising in Contemporary Indigenous Fine Art
from Australia and Papua New Guinea. The main focus is on acrylic paintings
from Spinifex Country and the APY Lands as well as on bark paintings and
sculptures from Arnhem Land. A fine contingent of Tapa (barkcloth) Art from
Papua New Guinea is also available . ARTKELCH is one of the leading
galleries of its kind in Europe. Founded in 2006 by German-Australian Robyn
Kelch, ARTKELCH has curated more than 100 exhibitions, 13 of which were in
German museums.

ARTKELCH has set a high benchmark for quality, dependability and respect in
all dealings with artists and their work. The gallery sources art solely
from community-based, Aboriginal-owned art centres; this in itself is a
definitive statement on the provenance, authenticity and fair trade of
Aboriginal Art. ARTKELCH is a signatory of the Indigenous Art Code.

Besides participating in art fairs, ARTKELCH stages 3 to 4 exhibitions a
year at their Gallery in Freiburg and 1 to 2 exhibitions at their
Collectors Lounge near Stuttgart. The gallery became known in Germany for
its annual touring exhibition named Pro Community, which introduced art
from one or more art centres of a specific region each year at different
venues. With 60-120 works of art exhibited across all locations annually,
it has regularly show-cased the largest commercial exhibition of artists
from the respective regions.


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