Tony Albert

Over the past 10 years Australian artist Tony Albert (Girramay, Yidindji and Kuku Yalanji) has achieved extraordinary visibility and much critical acclaim for his visual art practice, which combines text, video, drawing, painting and three-dimensional objects.

Examining the legacy of racial and cultural misrepresentation, particularly of Australia’s Aboriginal people, Albert has developed a universal language that seeks to rewrite historical mistruths and injustice.

Albert’s work can be seen in major national and international museums and private collections.