JamFactory’s annual ICON exhibitions celebrate the achievements of South Australia’s most influential visual artists working in craft-based media. Kunmanara Carroll (1950–2021) was a Luritja/Pintupi/Pitjantjatjara artist who worked at Ernabella Arts at Pukatja in the APY Lands. Concerned with passing on cultural knowledge, his paternal homeland was an unwavering source of inspiration and the recurring subject within his oeuvre of painting and ceramic sculpture.
JamFactory Icon 2021 Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places) is a JamFactory touring exhibition.
JamFactory Icon 2021 Kunmanara Carroll: Ngaylu Nyanganyi Ngura Winki (I Can See All Those Places) has been assisted by the South Australian Government through the Department for Innovation and Skills and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, Contemporary Touring Initiative.
Ernabella Arts and the Carroll family gratefully acknowledge support from the Government of South Australia through Arts SA and the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council for the Arts and the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program.
Image credit: Kunmanara Carroll, Walungurru (detail), 2020, stoneware, 550 x 300 x 640 mm and 430x 140 x 240 mm (2 piece); Kiwirrkura (detail), 2020, stoneware, 505 x 170 x 185 mm. Photo: Grant Hancock.
Gallery is open Tues–Sat 10am–4pm
For more information visit https://www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au/Galleries-Museums/Events/RAG/Kunmanara-Carroll