aboriginal artist: Josephine Nangala

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Josephine was born circa 1950 and grew up in country north of Jupiter Well in Western Australia. Her first contact with European people was with cattlemen in the same area, who provided her family with meat. Josephine lived in Balgo before moving to the Kiwirrkura community with her husband Charlie Wallabi Tjungurrayi. In 1999 Josephine contributed to the Kiwirrkura women’s painting as part of the Western Desert Dialysis Appeal.


1996 Papunya Tula Artists Pty. Ltd. Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia.

1996 Utopia Art Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

2000 Raintree Art Gallery, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.

2001 ‘Contemporary Aboriginal Art’, Galeria r, Poznan City Gallery, Poland.

2003 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

2004 ‘All About Papunya’, Chapman Gallery Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

2005 ‘Papunya Tula – the next generation’, Walkabout Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

2006 ‘Josephine Nangala and Tatali Napurrula’, Birrung Gallery, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.


Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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