The vitality of Sally Gabori's wonderful paintings is beautifully captured in this record of her 2022 survey exhibition in Paris - don't miss out!
This monograph of Australian Indigenous artist Sally Gabori was published on the occasion of the first exhibition of her work to be held outside of Australia, at the Fondation Cartier in Paris in 2022, and highlights her most significant artworks over the course of her 10-year career. In addition to the 30 paintings featured in the exhibition, this catalogue includes a selection of Gabori's other work alongside contributions from anthropologist Nicholas Evans and Indigenous art specialists Judith Ryan and Bruce McLean.
- 29.3 x 30.8 cm
- 270 pages
- full-colour illustrations
Meet Sally Gabori Beginning to paint at the age of 81, Sally Gabori made over 3,000 paintings, cementing her position as one of Australia's leading artists of the past decade. Her colourful large-format paintings, some of which extend across entire gallery walls, are deeply rooted both in her Kaiadilt heritage and a singularly expressive pictorial language.