Mantua Nangala

Mantua was born at Tjilurru circa 1959.  She is the daughter of Anatjari Tjampitjinpa and the sister of Ray James Tjangala, Yinarupa Nangala and George Yapa Tjangala, all of whom have painted for Papunya Tula Artists.  Mantua lives and works at Kiwirrkura in Western Australia.  Mantua Nangala was commissioned to paint several large paintings for the 4th Indigenous Art Triennial at the NGA, and they subsequently acquired them for their collection.  

To view available works, visit our website stockroom pages. To view works from the artists oeuvre visit our website artist pages.  

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National Indigenous TriennialTil July 13 2022

The National Gallery of Australia's National Indigenous Triennial this year is curated by Hetti Perkins.  The 35 artists have been chosen around the idea of ceremony being an important part of their work. 

Includes a major new acquisition of Mantua Nangala paintings. 

Salon des Refuses at the SH Ervin GalleryJune 5 to August 15 2021

Mantua Nangala and John R Walker have been selected in this year's Salon. 

Wynne Prize May 11 to September 8 2019

Mantua Nangala and George Tjungurrayi have both been selected as finalists in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW.