Linda Namiyal Bopirri

Linda Namiyal Bopirri

Born:                 1927 
State:                NT 
region:               Central Arnhem Land 
Community:            Ramingining  
Art centre:           Bulabula Arts 
Outstation:           Guruwarna 
Language:             Liyagalawumirri 
Local group:          Birritjama 
Social Affiliation:   Dhuwa moiety, Gamanydjan subsection 
Medium: 	Bark painting, ochres on bark, ochres on 
	ply board 

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
Linden Museum, Stuttgart, Germany.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ramingining Collection, Sydney.
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney.
University of Sydney Students Union, Sydney. 

Individual Exhibitions:
1993, Namiyal Bopirri, Australian Girls Own Gallery, 
      Australian Girls Own Gallery, Kingston, Canberra, ACT; 
Group Exhibitions:
1984, Buyu-Ramingining Weaving, Crafts Council, NT; 
1989, Ramingining, Gamununggu Miyalk, women painters, Araluen 
      Arts Centre, Alice Springs; 1991, Aboriginal Women's 
      Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; 
1993, Yananda New Moon, Ivan Docherty Gallery, Sydney; 
1993, Namiyal Bopirri, Naminapu White, australian Girls Own 
      Gallery, Canberra, ACT;
1994, Buyu Djama, Pandanus Weaving from Arnhem Land, Adelaide  
      Fringe Festival, National Trust of South Australia; 
1994, Canvassing, 24 Hour Art, Darwin, NT; 
1994, Australian Heritage Commission National Aboriginal and 
      Torres Strait Islander Art Award Exhibition, Old Parliament 
      House, Canberra.; 
1994, Ramingining Weaving, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Richmond, 
1994, Power of the Land, Masterpieces of Aboriginal Art, 
      National Gallery of Victoria 

Select Bibliography:
Bulabula Arts, 1993, Namiyal Bopirri, exhib. cat. for solo aGOG exhibition.; 
Hanby, L., 1993, 'Buyu Djama,' Periphery 17, 22-23. (C) ; 
1991, Aboriginal Women's Exhibition, exhib. cat., Art Gallery 
of New South Wales, Sydney. 
1994, Buyu Djama, Pandanus Weaving from Arnhem Land, exhib. cat. 
(reprint), Adelaide. 

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