The Cross Art Projects. Artist Exhibition.

The Cross Art Projects foregrounds contemporary work and curatorial projects that reflect the multiple relationships between art, life and the public sphere, and explores the boundaries of this context. We are attentive to the local without sacrificing the scope of Indigenous and international views. Cross Art enhances its projects with conversations, walks and events on contemporary art, urban planning, architecture and heritage.

We recognise the unceded land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation within which we live and create. We pay respects to the traditional custodians, promising to listen and learn.

8 Llankelly Place,
Kings Cross, Sydney

Opening Hours
11am to 5pm Thursday to Saturday
(Saturday close at 4pm)
Closed public holidays.

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: Weaving the Collective in Yolngu Art

Yalmakany Marawili
Menga Mununggurr
Yimula Mununggurr
Muluymuluy Wirrpanda
Napurrawuy Wunungmurra

Opening Thursday 16 November
Exhibition runs 16 November — 9 December 2023

Public Conversation
Saturday 9 December, 2 pm
With Matt Poll (Manager of Indigenous Programs, Australian National Maritime Museum) and Dr Denise Salvestro

The Yolngu dictionary has almost twenty separate translations for the word ‘gathering’. They divide into versions of the verb relating to gathering food and the noun to describe people coming together.

The Cross Art Projects. Artist Exhibition.

(Detail) Yalmakany Marawili, Gulun Ŋathamirri, 2023, natural ochres on stringybark, 133 x 67 cm (#2843-23).