Subjects and Themes:
Charlie Djurritjini totems are Barnda (long-necked tortoise), Djamandarr (wild taro), Njalknjalk (freshwater herring) from country near Gatji. geese and nests, Karr – spider, Arafura Wetlands story, water pythons, bamboo shoots, bustard or plains turkey, long neck tortoise, fresh water catfish, Lungkurr’ma spirit with fire, flying fox, Mewal dhuwa honey spirit, black headed python
Campbelltown City Art Gallery.
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
The Holmes a Court Collection, Perth.
Aboriginal Art Museum, The Netherlands.
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.
Milingimbi Collection, MECA, Milingimbi Educational and Cultural Assn.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ramingining Collection, Sydney.
1990, Charlie Djurritjini, Shades of Ochre, Darwin, NT
2005 – Gamanuggu Ganalbingu, Indigenart, Fremantle, WA; Yaku Yindi: Big names from Ramingining NT, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney.
1993 – The Tenth National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery of the NT, Darwin.
1992/3 – New Tracks Old Land: An Exhibition of Contemporary Prints from Aboriginal Australia, touring USA and Australia.
1992 – Art of the Spirit, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.
1991 – Flash Pictures, National Gallery of Australia; The Eighth National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
1990 – Balance 1990: views, visions, influences, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.; Ramingining Art, Birukmarri Gallery, Fremantle.; The Seventh National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
1988 – Sydney Biennale – Aboriginal Memorial, Pier One, Sydney; The Fifth National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin; ANCAAA and Boomalli, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Ko-operative, Sydney;
1986 – Sydney Biennale – Ramingining Performance Group [dancer], Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
1984 – Aboriginal Art, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra; Objects & Representations from Ramingining, Power Institute [now MCA], Sydney.
1982 – Aboriginal Art at the Top, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.