Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi closes after over 30 years - Art Collector

Barbara Mbitjana Moore, Ngayuku ngura - My Country, 2014. Acrylic on Belgian linen, 122 x 198cm. Courtesy: the artist and Gabrielle Pizzi. Artwork from Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi’s September Group exhibition Tjala 2014

Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi will close on December 20 2014 after over 30 years in business.

As noted on the Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi website, Gabrielle Pizzi made it her life's mission to have Aboriginal art accepted as powerful contemporary art. Since 1990, Pizzi regularly curated exhibitions of Australian Aboriginal art internationally.

Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi represents the work of artists from communities and art centres, including Balgo Hills, Tjala Arts, Papunya Tula Artists, Maningrida, Warmun Art Centre, Mimili Maku Arts and Kaltjiti Arts.

All remaining stock at the gallery will be offered at reduced prices in the final weeks of trading. The gallery encourages collectors to get in touch regarding specific pieces or artists they may be interested in.

The gallery will also hold a farewell celebration late December 2014.

Emily Cones-Browne


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