Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery
Community Centre: Ramingining
Outstation/ Country: Djiliwirri
Region: Central Arnhem Land
Local Group: Daygurrgurr
Social Affiliations: Yirritja Moiety, Bulany Subsection
Artists totems are Niwuda (honey), Djalambu (hollow log), Eel Tailed
Catfish. The distinctive herringbone pattern used in many of Wululu's
works represents the bones of the Eel Tailed Catfish.
1989, Rothmans Foundation Award [Best painting in a traditional media], National
Aboriginal Art Award, Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences, Darwin.
1992 received a grant from the Aboriginal Arts Unit of the Australia Council for the Arts.
Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow.
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
Berndt Museum of Anthropology, University of Western Australia.
Linden Museum, Stuttgart, Germany.
Milingimbi Collection, MECA, Milingimbi Educational and Cultural Association.
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ramingining Collection, Sydney.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
South Australian Museum, Adelaide.
The Holmes a Court Collection, Perth.
The John Kluge Collection, USA
1987, The Esplanade Gallery, Darwin.
1969, Australian Aboriginal Art - The Louis A. Allen Collection, R. H.
Lowie Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
1972, Australian Aboriginal Art, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago
1974, Australian Aboriginal Art from the Louis A. Allen Collection, M. H.
de Young Memorial Museum, California Palace of the Legion of Honor
1984, Objects & Representations from Ramingining, Power Institute [now MCA], Sydney
1986, Ramingining Art Exhibition, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, NT
1986, The Third National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art
Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
1988, Dreamings, the art of Aboriginal Australia, The Asia Society Galleries, New York.
1988, The Inspired Dream, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory,
Darwin, and touring internationally.
1989, Magiciens de la Terre, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1989, Aboriginal
Art: The Continuing Tradition, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1989, The Sixth National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art
Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
1990, ltete Australien a' Montpellier, Musee Fabre Gallery, Montpellier, France.
1990, Tagari Lia: My Family, Contemporary Aboriginal Art
1990 -from Australia, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, UK
1991, Flash Pictures, National Gallery of Australia
1991, Canvas and Bark, South Australian Museum, Adelaide.
1992, Collector, Collector Magazine, Le Trianon, Paris 1992, Ramingining Artists,
Gold Coast City Art Centre, Queensland
1992, Paintings and Sculptures from Ramingining, Jimmy Wululu & Phillip
Gudthaykudthay, Drill Hall Gallery, ANU, Canberra
1992, The Ninth National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery
of the Northern Territory, Darwin
1993, Dimensions: Jimmy Wululu/Phillip Gudthaykudthay, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
1993/4, ARATJARA, Art of the First Australians, Touring: Kunstammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen,
Dusseldorf; Hayward Gallery, London; Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark
1994, Tyerabarrbowaryaou 2, I shall never become a whiteman, 5th Havana Biennial,
Cuba, & Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1994, Gemaltes Land: Kunst der Aborigines aus Arnhemland, Linden Museum, Stuttgart
1995, Stories, Eine Reise zu den groben Dingen, touring, Sprengel Museum Hannover,
Museum fur Volkerkunde Leipzig, Haus der Kulteren der Welt Berlin, Ludwig-Forum
fur Internationale Kunst Aachen
Aboriginal Arts Management Association, 1990, Contemporary Aboriginal Art
1990 - from Australia (presented by the Aboriginal Arts Committee, Australia
Council and Third Eye Centre, Glasgow), exhib. cat., Redfern, New South Wales. (C)
Allen, L., 1975, Time Before Morning: Art and Myth of the Australian Aborigines,
Thomas Crowell Company, New York.
Brody, A., Krempel, U., Bahr, E., (eds.), 1995, Stories, Eine Reise zu den grossen
Dingen, exhib. cat., Landeshauptstadt Hannover Der Oberstadtdirektor Sprengel Museum
Hannover and Autoren.
Caruana, W., 1987, Australian Aboriginal Art, a Souvenir Book of Aboriginal Art in
the Australian National Gallery, Australian National Gallery, Parkes, Australian
Capital Territory. (C)
Caruana, W. (ed.), 1989, Windows on the Dreaming, Ellsyd Press, Sydney. (C)
Caruana, W., 1993, Aboriginal Art, Thames and Hudson, London. (C)
Chanin, E., 1990, (ed.), Contemporary Australian Painting, Craftsman House,
Roseville, NSW, Australia ; Crossman, S. and Barou, J-P. (eds), 1990, L'ete
Australien a Montpellier: 100 Chefs d'Oevre de la Peinture Australienne, Musee
Fabre, Montpellier, France. (C
Groger-Wurm, H., 1973, Australian Aboriginal Paintings and their Mythological
Interpretation, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra. (C)
Isaacs, J., 1989, Australian Aboriginal Paintings, Weldon Publishing, New South Wales.
Sutton, P. (ed.), 1988, Dreamings: the Art of Aboriginal Australia, Viking,
Ringwood, Victoria. (C)
1993, Aratjara, Art of the First Australians: Traditional and Contemporary Works
by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists, exhib. cat. (conceived and designed
by Bernard Luthi in collaboration with Gary Lee), Dumont, Buchverlag, Koln. (C)
Martin, J-H, 1989, Magiciens de la Terre, Musee national d'art moderne, Centre
Georges Pompidou, Paris.
Wallace, D., Desmond, M., Caruana, W., 1991, Flash Pictures, exhib. cat., National
Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
West, M.K.C., (ed.), 1988, The Inspired Dream, Life as art in Aboriginal Australia,
exhib. cat., Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1994, Tyerabarrbowaryaou 2 I Shall Never Become a Whiteman, exhib. cat., Museum
of Contemporary Art, Sydney. (C)
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