Fundraiser: Dale Harding's 'Three Pink Breaths' - limited unique edition artwork
We are pleased to launch a special limited edition artwork by widely recognised and celebrated First Nations artist Dale Harding, with funds raised supporting MUMA’s 2021 artist commissions and education initiatives.
Dale Harding Three Pink Breaths 2020
Edition: 50, with the first 25 available through MUMA. Each work is unique, signed and numbered by the artist.
Size unframed: 56 x 38 cm
Medium: ochre applied by breath on 185 gsm hot-pressed Aquarel Arches paper
Add framing: $204 framed by United Measures
(prices include GST)
Three Pink Breaths has been created with the artist’s own breath: drawn, released and drawn again, applying pigment to paper. Harding’s works pay particular homage to matrilineal female figures in his family, and have come to focus on his mother’s Country, Carnarvon Gorge, from which this ochre is drawn.
Born in 1982 in Moranbah, Harding is a descendant of the Bidjara, Ghungalu and Garingbal peoples of the Country now recognised as Central Queensland, Australia. Harding has achieved impressive career success, both internationally and within Australia, having had his work featured in the 10th Liverpool Biennale (2018), documenta 14 (2017), the 11th Gwangju Biennale (2016), and the international group exhibitions Things Entangling, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Japan (2020); Surface Tension, Sharjah Art Foundation, United Arab Emirates (2019); and The National: New Australian Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2017).
If you would like to discuss your purchase, please contact Alicia Renew on 0410 013 134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dale Harding is represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
Delivery and Framing
Each artwork comes unframed unless you select the framing option. Unframed works will be professionally packed and delivered to you.
If you would like your edition framed, please select the framing option at checkout. Your artwork will be sent to United Measures, Collingwood, and you will be contacted when it is ready to be collected. Unless otherwise requested, framing will be as the artist has specified: a white Australian oak frame with a 15 mm set back on white museum board.