Exhibition 'Waringarri Artists: Raison d'être'

Curated by IDAIA - Raison d’être is the first exhibition in Europe dedicated to Waringarri Artists, the Aboriginal-owned artist cooperative located in Western Australia, from October 10 to November 30, 2013. Coinciding with the Autumn Art Festival in Versailles, FRANCE, it gathers a selection of superb ochre paintings by emerging and leading artists. IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art - Artworks © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
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Judy Mengil - 'Binjin Waterfall near Moonoomoorrem', 2013 - 100 x 80 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 431913 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Judy Mengil - 'Binjin Waterfall near Moonoomoorrem', 2013 - 100 x 80 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 431913 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Woorrewoorrem - Wet Season', 2013 - 180 x 80cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 439013 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Woorrewoorrem - Wet Season', 2013 - 180 x 80cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 439013 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Gerany - Stone Country', 2013 - 80 x 100 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 421113 - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photo Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Gerany - Stone Country', 2013 - 80 x 100 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 421113 - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photo Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 321710 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 321710 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Woorrewoorrem - Wet Season' , 2011 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 369811 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Phyllis Ningaramara - 'Woorrewoorrem - Wet Season' , 2011 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 369811 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Binbirridj & Byanimby', 2010 - 76 x 76 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 268210 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Binbirridj & Byanimby', 2010 - 76 x 76 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 268210 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Alan Griffiths - 'Sugarloo Billabong', 2013 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 443113 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Alan Griffiths - 'Sugarloo Billabong', 2013 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 443113 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2009 - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 178409 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2009 - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 178409 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Galamnung', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 308610 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Galamnung', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 308610 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Dora Griffiths - 'Moonoomoorrem', 2012 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 380412 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Dora Griffiths - 'Moonoomoorrem', 2012 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 380412 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

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