WE work with more than 30 leading Indigenous arts centres from around Australia to curate and present approximately eight exhibitions annually. Exhibitions include those at our art consultancy + private gallery Whistlewood - an artistically significant 1870s family house on the Mornington Peninsula, Vic - fundraising exhibitions with leading educational and other organisations and with Salt Contemporary Art, Queenscliff, Vic.
We are also guest curators for public galleries and other select organisations.
Many of our exhibitions comprise upwards of 70 works to demonstrate a wide variety of styles and media of contemporary Aboriginal art and are accompanied by comprehensive educational material, talks, curators' floor talks and in conversations with artists. A number also feature our unique Art Parades.
NEW EXHIBITION SPACE FOR 2017
McCulloch & McCulloch & Salt Contemporary Art, Queenscliff, Vic. are delighted to announce that Salt Contemporary Art is to establish a permanent exhibition space for Indigenous art in partnership with McCulloch & McCulloch.
McCulloch & McCulloch and Salt Contemporary have been successfully partnering for 7 years to present two exhibitions of Indigenous art annually such as A Splash of Colour (above) and the Kanpi Car Show (below).
As well as the new permanent display, we will continue to present two exhibitions at Salt annually and expand our education program of illustrated talks, in conversations with artists, curators floor talks and other events.
As currently, works will be selected and exhibitions curated by McCulloch & McCulloch who will consign works from art centres.
Salt Indigenous curated by McCulloch & McCulloch will be located in Salt's upstairs gallery in the 100 year-old double fronted warehouse-style building that houses Salt Contemporary gallery, Salt Lounge and Salt Loft - a separate self contained flat.
With Whistlewood on the Mornington Peninsula and Salt on the Bellarine Peninsula our two spaces offer a great presence for quality Indigenous art from Australia’s Aboriginal art centres in these two upmarket and beautiful growth areas of Victoria.