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  • Yoi, An exhibition of works from the Munupi Arts & Crafts Association
    Josephine Burak (Bino), 'Milimika', 2023, ochre on canvas, 120cm x 80cm. Image courtesy of Studio Adamson.

    Yoi

    An exhibition of works from the Munupi Arts & Crafts Association 21 February - 13 April 2024
    JGM Gallery presents Yoi, an exhibition of works from the Munupi Arts & Crafts Association, located along Melville Island’s north-western coastline, north of Darwin. Featured are paintings by nine Munupi...
  • Cover image: Juan Bolivar, 'Styx' (detail), 2023, acrylic on canvas, 25cm x 21cm. Image courtesy of Daniel Browne.
    Cover image: Juan Bolivar, 'Styx' (detail), 2023, acrylic on canvas, 25cm x 21cm. Image courtesy of Daniel Browne.

    The JGM Review Vol. III is now available to purchase at the gallery.

     

    Vol. III of the JGM Review contains essays by Katherine Jones RA, Antonia Crichton-Brown and Julius Killerby, as well as conversations with Juan Bolivar, Keith Wikmunea and Gabriel Waterman, Manager of the Wik & Kugu Art Centre.

     

    To purchase a hard copy from the gallery please contact info@jgmgallery.com.

     

     

  •  JGM Gallery works with Indigenous Australian artists and deals with artworks from Aboriginal-owned Art Centres. The Gallery commits to ethical trade in Aboriginal Art and supporting economic development in remote communities. Director, Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi, has worked with Aboriginal Art Centres for more than 20 years. JGM Gallery is also a member of the Indigenous Art Code and the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia.

    The Gallery maintains direct relationships with Aboriginal Art Centres so as to provide the correct provenance and documentation relating to the work of First Nations Australians. Art Centres play an important role for Aboriginal artists, supporting the security and the wellbeing of them and their extended families. This is vital to the stability required to undertake important custodial duties.
     
     
     
    JGM Gallery is a member of The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia, which serves and represents artists, individuals and organisations that produce, promote, protect or support Aboriginal art and the cultures that create and nurture that art. 
     
    Authenticity
    We ensure the work is authentic, properly documented, define the provenance of the work and determine where and how it was made, and how it has come onto the market.
     
    Integrity
    All our artwork comes from reputable sources, and we subscribe to the AAAA's Code of Ethics.
     
    Value
    We consider an artists reputation and profile, and how the artworks compare in quality with other works by the same artist.
     
     
     
     
    JGM Gallery is a member of the Indigenous Art Code.
    The purpose of the Code is to establish standards for dealings between dealers and artists to ensure:
    (a) fair and ethical trade in artwork;
    (b) transparency in the process of promotion and sale of artwork; and
    (c) that disputes arising under the Code are dealt with efficiently and fairly.
  • JGM Gallery has partnered with Art Money to make art more accesible, whilst supporting artists and cultivating a creative economy....

    JGM Gallery has partnered with Art Money to make art more accesible, whilst supporting artists and cultivating a creative economy. Art Money provides interest-free loans between £1,000 and £100,000, empowering collectors to acquire the art they love and pay for it over time, whilst ensuring that artists are paid immediately. 

     

    After paying a 10% deposit, collectors can take their artwork home, paying for the remaining amount in 9 monthly instalments, interest-free.