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SHARING COUNTRY
curated by Adam Knight

Did Damien Hirst Rip Off Aboriginal Australian Artists’s Work?

Frieze.com
April 3, 2018

Australian artists and dealers claim ‘uncanny’ similarities between Hirst’s ‘Veil Paintings’ and landscapes of the late Emily Kame Kngwarrey.

Damien Hirst’s ‘Veil Paintings’ works – recently on show at Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles (ranging from USD$500,000 to $1.7 million) – have come under fire for their similarity to the work of female Aboriginal artists, including Emily Kame Kngwarreye, who died in 1996.


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Is Damien Hirst’s Latest Series a Ripoff of an Aboriginal Australian Artist? See the Works Side-by-Side

Artnet.com
Sarah Cascone
March 30, 2018

Damien Hirst's new work looks a lot like the paintings of famed Aboriginal artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye.


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Damien Hirst Denies Ripping Off Female Aboriginal Artists—Was ‘Unaware’ of Their Work

Observer
Daniel Grant
March 29, 2018

Lots of art looks (and sounds and reads) like other art, which is why fine artists and musicians and authors periodically lob accusations of “stealing” at one another.

View works by Kathy Maringka "Tali Ngura - Sandhill Country " and "Tjulpuntjulpunpa " featured in the Olsen Gruin 2017 exhibition "Sharing Country ". 


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Sharing Country

Wall Street International Magazine
July 15, 2017

Olsen Gruin is pleased to present “Sharing Country” curated by Adam Knight. "Sharing Country" show cases works by leading contemporary Aboriginal artists from the most remote desert communities. Featured artists include Sandy Brumby, Tommy Watson, Joseph Jurra Tjapaltjarri, Iluwanti Ken, Puna Yanima, Tuppy Ngintja Goodwin, Womens Collaborative, Barbara Moore, Tiger Palpatja, Witjiti George, Minnie Pwerle, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Kathy Maringka and Liddy Napanangka Walker.
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OLSEN GRUIN 'SHARING COUNTRY' | The 30 Hottest Group Shows to See in New York this Summer

Artnet
Sarah Cascone
July 3 2017

Congratulations OLSEN GRUIN on being featured as #10 in Artnet's 30 hottest group shows to visit in New York this summer.

'Sharing Country' curated by Adam Knight continues until July 23 at 211 Elizabeth Street.

To view the full exhibition, please visit the OLSEN GRUIN website here.


Art Break: A ‘Down Under’ Group Show at Olsen Gruin Gallery

Zealnyc.com
A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer
July 3, 2017

This week’s Art Break takes groups as its theme. Group shows are a great way to learn about a culture, an art movement, a topic, or a new way to bring art to people. Our downtown pick this week is the full experience in one place: a brilliant display of Australian modern art created by Aboriginal artists. Visit this and our other picks for free – you’ll have a great time and come away with a new understanding of the power of art.
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The 30 Hottest Group Shows to see in New York this Summer

https://news.artnet.com
Sarah Cascone
July 3, 2017

Group show season is upon us. That annual rite of summer, the group exhibition, has hit galleries all over New York. If the wide selection seems overwhelming, rest easy. We’ve scoured shows across the city to provide this helpful guide to the best of the bunch. Enjoy! 
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SHARING COUNTRY

Curated by ADAM KNIGHT
Emerald Gruin
June 2017

Opening reception:
Thursday 15 June, 5–7pm
Exhibition: 15 June – 23 July, 2017
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