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Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi has been exhibiting contemporary Australian Aboriginal art since 1983. The Gallery represents the work of artists from communities including Balgo Hills, Amata, Papunya Tula, Maningrida and Turkey Creek, as well as work by the most innovative city-based painters, photographers, video artists and installation artists such as Julie Gough, Leah King-Smith and Christian Thompson. The Gallery is also renowned for promoting the careers of lesser-known artists.
Samantha Pizzi assumed the reins at Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi following her mother Gabrielle's death in 2004. Gabrielle Pizzi had represented indigenous artists both nationally and internationally since the early 1980s. Her daughter has maintained the gallery's respected standing in the indigenous and visual art communities.
The original gallery space had become something of an institution. It was at that space that Gabrielle Pizzi had brought the work of such artists as Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri and Emily Kam Kngwarraye to the notice of the world. And in an industry renowned for exploitation, it was a space renowned for its integrity.
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