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The Drill Hall Gallery has established a nation-wide reputation for landmark exhibitions: retrospectives, mid-career surveys and thematic exhibitions by leading contemporary artists. Because of the rapport the gallery has developed with artists, curators, critics, academics and collectors, the publications relating to these exhibitions often acquire a unique significance. They proudly promote a finer appreciation of contemporary art in its most diverse forms.

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Drill Hall Gallery Tote Bag

Cotton canvas, 42cm x 42cm

$15 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Nongirrna Marawili: From My Heart and Mind

Paperback, 124 pages
Published by Art Gallery NSW, 2018
Texts by Cara Pinchbeck, Henry Skerritt, Djambawa Mariwili, Kade McDonald.

$45 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Fluent: Noŋgirrŋa Marawili & Leo Loomans

Softcover, 84 pages.
Texts by Terence Maloon and Michael Snape. Published 2023 by DHG Publishing
Designed by Andrew Darragh and Ricardo Felipe

$35+$10 postage / Buy Now

Madayin: Eight Decades of Aboriginal Australian Bark Painting from Yirrkala

Hardcover. 348 pages.
Published by DelMonico Books/Kluge-Ruhe
Edited by Wukun Wanambi, Kade McDonald, Henry Skerritt. Designed by Miko McGinty and Rita Jules, Miko McGinty, Inc.

$110+$25 postage / Buy Now

Fugitive Text: Peter Maloney

117pp 300 x 200 mm, Exposed Smyth spine bound, Multiple fold out sections, Edition: 500
Peter Maloney, with essays by Shaune Lakin and Lynne Tillman. Design by Elliott Bryce Foulkes

$70 + $10 postage / Buy Now

Salient: Contemporary Artists at the Western Front 2018-2021

Published 2018 by King Street Gallery
Contributions by Don Harwin, Robert Heather, Brad Manera, Christopher Allen and Dr Andrew Yip

$20 + $10 postage / Buy Now

The Drill Hall Gallery acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples, the traditional custodians of the Canberra region, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.