Walala Tjapaltjarri

In late 1984, Walala and several other members of the Pintupi tribe walked out of the remote wilderness of the Gibson Desert in Western Australia and made contact for the first time with European society. It is this sacred landscape with its significant sites that Walala so strikingly describes in his paintings.  His style is strongly gestural and boldly graphic, one that is generally highlighted by a series of rectangles set against a monochrome background.

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