Dulcie Sharpe, Tjilkamata, 2022, watercolour on paper, 56 x 76 cm
After excellent shows in Los Angeles and Wynwood, the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery will be in New York next week for Outsider Art Fair at 125 W 18th Street, NY 10011, from Thursday 2 March until Sunday 5 March.
The Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery has long been a champion of Outsider Art - work by the untrained, the self-taught and the socially marginalised, and has pioneered an appreciation of the resonances between Outsider and non-Western Indigenous traditions.
John Kauage, Bilas, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 142 x 116 cm
The fair is always one of the highlights of our year: a chance to see, and to show, work of rare originality and power, work that challenges many of the conventional expectations of contemporary art. Amongst the artists we will be exhibiting this year are the self-taught indigenous painters Dulcie Sharpe, John Kauage and Karen Napeljarri Barnes. All three artists, in their different ways, employ a bold figuration to celebrate the animal and human lives of their remote desert communities.
(left) Karen Napeljarri Barnes, Budgerigar dreaming, 2021, acrylic on canvas, 91 x 122 cm
(right) Karen Napeljarri Barnes, Bird with white beak, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 91 x 61 cm
If you are in NYC do come and see us on stand D8 at Outsider Art Fair, or click the link below for a virtual preview. For those of you closer to our London home, we are always here in our Fitzrovia gallery, 2a Conway Street, W1T 6BA, where our Luke White and Yuendumu exhibitions are up for the final few days.
Follow this link to our Outsider Art Fair preview