A luminous exhibition with vibrant colors
To discover a contemporary aboriginal artist
For all, from 5 years old

EXPO "Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori

  • WE LOVE : unique and luminous works with vibrant colors
  • AGE : for all, from 5 years old
  • DATE: until November 6, 2022
  • HOURS: every day (except Monday) from 11am to 8pm - Nocturne on Tuesday until 10pm
  • DURATION 45 minutes
  • LOCATION: Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art (Paris 6e)
exhibition Sally Gabory at the Fondation Cartier

Sally Gabori, a contemporary aboriginal artist, a deeply original and luminous work

  • Sally Gabori started painting in 2005, at the age of 80
  • She is now considered one of Australia's leading contemporary artists 
  • Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori was born around 1924 on Bentinck Island in northern Australia. She belongs to the Kaiadilt people. Having had to leave her native island following a cyclone in 1948, she has never been able to return to live there.
  • His works celebrate his native land and his belonging to the Kaiadilt people
  • His monumental and very colorful paintings, seemingly abstract, are topographical references and narratives that tell his story, and celebrate his ancestors
  • One is caught by the combination of colors and the composition of the paintings. No need to speak kaiadilt to be moved by this so original artist
  • A bright and lively exhibition, very accessible to children of all ages

Sally Gabory the exhibition for children also at the Fondation Cartier
Sally Gabori exhibition
the Cartier Foundation in Paris

Sally Gabori, the exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain

  • We love the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art
  • This very modern building has a very nice little garden, very pleasant in good weather. You can taste very good ice creams there!
  • It is an ideal place by hot weather. Packed inside and chilled in the small garden for snacking
  • The Fondation Cartier is located between the Montparnasse district and the Luxembourg garden
  • It takes about 15 minutes to walk from the Fondation Cartier to the Luxembourg Gardens

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View schedule details every day (except Monday) from 11am to 8pm - Nocturne on Tuesday until 10pm

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