ROBERT COZENS

 

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The Australian Indigenous Art Trade Association

Indigenous Art Code

Australian American Chamber of Commerce

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Coming soon . . .

 

 

POP!

Art (Aboriginal paintings)

Music (Master-crafted Digeridoos)

Accompanied by

Champagne (Aussie bubbles, of course)!

Opening 3-6 pm,

Saturday, December 1st!

 

Booker-Lowe’s Holiday Pop-Up exhibition at the gallery will feature new works by Warlpiri artists from Australia’s rugged Tanami Desert and spirit paintings by Lockhart River’s Silas Hobson, as well as our first display of Eliot Stone’s elegant didgeridoos, musical instruments handcrafted in the Yolgnu tradition from Texas hardwoods and agave. All accompanied by sparkling wine from Down Under! Pop! will also be open 11 am – 5 pm, Wednesday-Saturday, December 5th through December 8th.

 

 

 

2019

 

Glassell Lecture: In early 2019 -- The Museum of Fine Arts’ Glassell School presents the 11th annual Booker-Lowe Lecture, featuring mixed-media artist Tanya Aguiñiga, a Los Angeles-based maker who grew up in Tijuana, Mexico. She designs and creates wall hangings, furniture, and wearable art, using traditional weaving and fiber techniques, to explore issues of bi-nationality and identity in US-Mexico border regions.  Tanya is the inaugural recipient of the Americans for the Arts (AFTA) Johnson Fellowship for Artists Transforming Communities.  She has had major solo exhibitions at the Museum of Art and Design/New York, the Smithsonian, as well as in galleries throughout the US and in Mexico. Her AMBOS Project (“Art Made Between Opposite Sides”) chronicles the barriers and landscape across the border between the US and Mexico.

 

Houston Metal Arts:  Booker-Lowe is coordinating with the Houston Metal Arts Guild to showcase HMAG members’ exceptional skills in creating jewelry and objects from gold, silver, copper, and even a little rust!  HMAG members include award-winning makers as well as emerging artists, and as longtime supporters of contemporary craft and especially, the metal arts, Booker-Lowe is thrilled to partner with HMAG for an exhibition coming in spring 2019!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Booker-Lowe is the leading American gallery for contemporary Aboriginal fine art from throughout Australia. The gallery is open by appointment and for special events. We stock hundreds of paintings and original prints from under $300 to $35,000, and often source Aboriginal artworks for those with special interests or requirements.

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