Opening 6th May 2017 6:00 - 8:00 pm
From 6th May to 30th November -0001
Helen S Tiernan’s new exhibition Transculturation: Sublime and Surreal Encounters of First Contact in the Antipodes, will be opened by renowned historian and author Professor Ian McLean at Sydney’s Cooee Art Gallery on Saturday 6 May. Tiernan’s paintings navigate the complex terrain of early colonial visual art history and the interpretation of early colonial encounters in Australia and Oceania by Europeans. Under Tiernan’s investigative gaze, archival histories of colonial encounters are re-contextualized (re-skinned) highlighting ‘the incommensurability’ of two distinctly different cultures that inevitably ended in collision
Opening 16th March 2017 6:00 - 8:00 pm
From 21st February to 16th March 2017
In conjunction with Art Month Sydney, Cooee presents to following talk:
Opening 29th January 2017 2:00 - 5:00 pm
From 20th to 29th January 2017
Come join us to celebrate a successful two months on Oxford Street for our 35th Birthday Anniversary Exhibition.
Sunday 29th January 2017 - open from 10am till 5pm
Talk - 'Appreciating Aboriginal Art' 2-3 pm - Free but please RSVP
Closing Drinks - 3 - 5pm
Opening 1st December 2016 6:00 - 8:00 pm
From 19th November to 30th January 2017
Cooee Art, Australia’s oldest Aboriginal Art Gallery, is celebrating its 35th anniversary by returning to Oxford Street where it began as Coo-ee Emporium in 1981. Opening Thursday 1st December 2016 6-8pm Pop-up continues: 1st – 30th December 2016 Location: Wadsworth Gallery, 326 Oxford Street Paddington 2021
Opening Thursday 1st December 2016 6-8pm
Pop-up continues: 1st – 30th December 2016 Location: Wadsworth Gallery, 326 Oxford Street Paddington 2021
Location: Wadsworth Gallery, 326 Oxford Street Paddington 2021
Opening 20th October 2016 6:00 - 8:00 pm
From 6th October to 19th November 2016
Genevieve Loy is a young artist from the Utopia region. She is the granddaughter of Nancy Petyarre and has learnt painting from her father, Cowboy Loy Pwerl. Like Cowboy, she paints the Bush Turkey Dreaming, on one level showing the tracks the bush turkey makes as it searches for seeds and other “tucker” and makes its way to the waterhole. On a more complex cultural level, her paintings are about women’s ceremonies. Genevieve’s paintings are characterised by a beautiful and careful handling of paint; a harmonious sense of colour; and great control of the delicate spidery marks that make their way across her canvas.
Opening 23rd July 2016 2:00 - 4:00 pm
From 22nd to 23rd July 2016
Join Adrian Newstead as he delves into the history of Albert Namatjirra and the entire Hermannsburg School of artists. Expand your knowledge about this fascinating area of Australian art history. Drinks and nibbles will be served throughout the day.
2 - 3 pm
$20 per person
RSVP essential - click here
Drinks and nibbles will be served all day so if you can not make the seminar make sure you don't miss this fascinating survey of desert watercolours spanning 60 years.
From 2nd July to 6th August 2016
‘Some people think Oh! Only dot painting really has meaning. Landscape is only pretty coloured rocks and trees. We only want dot paintings.
But these hills have meaning and we have stories too, the landscape artists. We also talk about where the different Dreamings come from, and where they meet up and so on.
We have two ways of painting: sand painting and landscapes. For us they both have the same Dreaming story. The landscape painting we do, it shows the country. We don’t just paint anything, that’s not our way. We are inspired by the country and the Dreaming as we paint.’
Opening 5th April 2016 2:00 - 5:30 pm
From 5th to 24th April 2016
For this exhibition at Australian Galleries, Coo-ee Art Gallery has sourced works from local and international private collections and remote Aboriginal art communities, showcasing the very best the movement has to offer, including a number of major masterpieces.
Opening 5th March 2016 2:00 - 4:00 pm
From 5th March to 10th April 2016
Kitty Napanangka Simon
From 12th to 24th December 2015
Annual 'Give a Gift, Get a Gift' exhibition is back!!
From 10th September to 17th October 2015
Works chosen by collectors for collectors
From 14th November to 17th January 2015
29 November 2014 - 17 January 2015 Floor Talk Saturday 29 November 2.30-3.30pm Opening 4-6pm
From 17th September to 30th October 2014
A collection of works from the late Bindi Inc artist
From 31st July to 1st October 2014
New works from the Artist Collective Mwerre Anthurre
From 25th June to 15th July 2014
A single-provenance collection of paintings by the late artist, offered for sale for the first time.
From 25th April to 30th June 2014
Works of country and spirit from two of the Kimberley's most senior artists
From 28th January to 11th March 2014
From 1st January to 28th February 2016
This exhibition draws on the extensive personal collection of Indigenous art accumulated by Adrian and Anne Newstead while working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists over the past 30 years. Adrian Newstead is a dealer, writer and consultant. He and Anne own the oldest Aboriginal art gallery in Australia.
From 22nd October to 4th December 2013
The first solo exhibition from Lajamanu artist Kitty Napanangka Simon. Opens Saturday November 9, 3-5pm.
From 28th September to 12th October 2013
Fine and rare pieces now available at Coo-ee Gallery
From 10th to 30th September 2013
Fine works from consigned in from a private collection.
From 8th March to 14th April 2012
A Vibrant & Colourful Celebration of Indigenous Australian Women
From 27th November to 1st December 2011
Selected artists from Menindee Central School
From 22nd October to 22nd November 2011
Featured Artist Janine McAullay Bott
From 30th October to 20th November 2010
New works by John Seed, Adam Rish and John Gardner
From 26th August to 1st October 2010
The Australian Indigenous Art Market Top 100 Exhibition Launch
From 1st May to 5th June 2010
Featuring Kimberley paintings in traditional bush ochres on plyboard and linen
From 9th to 22nd March 2010
New Works by Joanne Currie Nalingu and Kathleen Petyarre
From 20th October to 20th November 2008
A Collection of fine 18th and 19th century Ethnographic Objects and Bark Paintings
From 15th July to 16th August 2008
Exhibition inspired curatorially by works of Turell, Monet and De Maria
From 28th May to 15th June 2008
Visions of Utopia that Penetrate the Soul of the Eastern Desert
From 11th to 29th February 2008
Special February Offering
From 8th December to 31st January 2008
Women’s Ceremonial Art in Painterly Abstraction
From 19th August to 23rd September 2006
Water Dreaming paintings by Shorty Jangala Robertson