MARTIN UNI NAMPIJINPA

Born circa 1942

Martin Uni Nampinjinpa is a painter from Yuendumu in the Northern Territory. His language is Warlpiri.

COLLECTIONS
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
South Australian Museum, Adelaide
Australian Museum, Sydney
Musee National des Arts Africains et Oceaniens, Paris, France

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1987 Reconnaissance Gallery, Melbourne
1987 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
1988 F.O.E. Community Art Space, Melbourne
1988 Dreamtime Gallery, Perth
1988 Emerald Hill Gallery, Melbourne
1988 F.O.E. Community Art Space, Melbourne
1989 F.O.E. Community Art Space, Melbourne
1989 Chesser Gallery, Adelaide
1989 ‘Mythscapes’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
1989 F.O.E. Community Art Space, Melbourne
1990 ‘L’ete Australien’. Musee Fabre, Montellier, France.
1990 F.O.E. Community Art Space, Melbourne
1990 Hogarth Gallery, Sydney.
1991 Darwin Performing Arts Centre, Darwin
1992 Manyuku, Melbourne
1992 Hogarth Gallery, Sydney
1993 Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide
1993 Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide (Pacific Arts Symposium)
1993 ‘Aratjara – Art of the First Australians’ Kunstsammlung
1993 Nordrhein Westfalen, Dusseldorf, West Germany
1993 Musee National des Arts d’African et d’Oceanie, Paris
1993 ‘Artajara’, Haywood Gallery, London, UK
1993 Bellas Gallery, Brisbane
1993 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
1994 Adelaide Town Hall, Adelaide (in conjunction with The Adelaide Festival)
1994 “Looking Toward the Future; Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Flinders University, Adelaide
1994 The Asia Pacific Museum, California, U.S.A. (Kelton Collection)
1994 Hogarth Gallery, Sydney
1995 Cleveland Centre for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
1995Sutton Gallery, Melbourne
1998 Framed Gallery, Darwin
1999 International Women’s Day Exhibition, Watch This Space, Alice Springs
1999Burrinja Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria
2000 “jangu yinyi”, Carey Baptist Grammar School, Melbourne
2000 Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne
2002 19th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, MAGNT, Darwin.
2002 “Dreamings: Land and Ceremony” Hogarth Gallery Sydney

COMMISSIONS
1991 Prof. H Antes, Berlin, commissioned a 7x 3m canvas by fourty two of Yuendumu’s artists. The painting forms part of the 1993 European touring exhibition ‘Aratjara – Australian Aboriginal Art’ curated by Kunstsammlung Nordrhein Westfalen Dusseldorf West Germany.