Marina Warari Brown Pumani | Artist Profile

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About

Marina Brown was born in Mimili Community. Her parents are Betty Kuntiwa Pumani and Litja Brown who are both from Mimili. Marina comes from a long line of strong female painters. Her grandmother was Kunmanara (Militjari) Pumani who was one of the most famous female artists in the Eastern APY region; her mother is Betty Kuntiwa Pumani (Winner NATSIAA General Painting Prize in 2015 & 2016) and her aunt is Ngupulya Pumani (Finalist NATSIAA 2015). Marina grew up watching her grandmother, mother and aunties paint. She shares the Maku Tjukurpa with these strong Pumani women.

GROUP EXHIBITION

2017 Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2017 Our Rising Stars 2, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Gymea, NSW
2017 Ngura Kutjupa, Walytja Kutju, Tangentyere Artists, Alice Springs, NT
2017 Malatja-malatja Tjutaku Kulu: For the Future Generations, Outstation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2016 Our Rising Stars, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Gymea, NSW
2016 Our Mob, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, SA
2016 Nykula Kulini: Look, Listen, Aboriginal & Pacific Art, Sydney, NSW
2016 Tjilpi munu Pampaku Tjukurpa Kunpu Kanyintjaku, RAFT Artspace, Alice Springs, NT
2016 Rising Stars, Outstation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2015 Desert Mob, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs, NT
2015 Putinguru Urukuta - Desert to the Sea, Short Street Gallery, Broome, WA
2014 Our Mob Exhibition, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide, SA

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Artworks of Marina Warari Brown Pumani

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