11 September - 25 October 2020
Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs and online
Since its inception in 1991, Desert Mob has fostered and charted the incredible rise of Aboriginal art from the desert to its current eminent position as one of the most important art movements and forms of cultural expression in the world. Hosted each year at Araluen Art Centre in Alice Springs, Desert Mob is an event of national significance, representing the most comprehensive survey of contemporary Aboriginal art by artists from from the desert regions and communities of the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia.
This years physical and virtual exhibitions feature hundreds of new, innovative artworks from emerging and established artists including new large scale works from Ninuku artists Cassaria Young-Hogan, Nyayati Stanley Young, Molly Nampitjin Miller, Judy Miller, Josephine Mick, and Jimmy Donegan.