Nangara is a collection of contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art and consists of more than 800 pivotal works from the early ‘70’s to today.

Nangara is available in part, as selected to museums and non commercial art galleries worldwide.

Masterpieces from Nangara have been exhibited internationally for more than twelve years.

Nangara is a private collection, managed by the Aboriginal Gallery of Dreamings Melbourne Australia and is not for sale.

Nangara’s extensive body of works provides for short notice exhibitions for short or long term.

Nangara specific exhibition catalogues have been translated into five languages and have sold more than 25,000 copies.

Emily Kame Kngwarreye, “Last Series”
‘Aboriginal art is one of the most important schools of contemporary art in the world today, audiences are fascinated by the installations, paintings and sculptures.’

Dr Mikhail Piotrovski,
Director The State Hermitage Museum
St Petersburg, Russia

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Washington 1992 | Washington 1993 | IMF 1993 | World Bank 1992 | Belgium 1993 | Belgium 1996 | Amsterdam 1999 | Hokkaido 2001 | Utsunomiya 2001 | Iwaki 2001 | Shimonoseki 2002 | Denmark 2006 | Germany 2010-2011
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Nangara was collected over 15 years by artists, academics, collectors and curators. Paintings were purchased from private collections, international auctions, community based art co-operatives and commissioned directly from the artists.

Nangara represents the best possible choice, historically as well as artistically, from a single source.

Nangara represents over 170 of the most important artists.

All images copyright of artist.