David Albury Tjampitjinpa

Born in 1971 - Australia


David Albury Tjampitjinpa is an aboriginal artist, born in Australia in 1971.

He is Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, the painter's son and is in line with his father, therefore evoking secret chants.

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa' work is made up of simple colors but are set in contrast, which give character to his creations. From these recurrent geometric patterns, his painting takes up a bewitching meaning. Outright and bold strokes strengthen the feeling of power, an aspect it emanates.

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa began painting during the 70's and 1980 onwards he is discovered. Following this, he won the Alice Springs Prize. He created impressive formats, which gradually became monumental.

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