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Anniebell Marrngamarrnga was born on 31 December, 1967 in Maningrida, Northern Territory, Australia. Discover Anniebell Marrngamarrnga's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December, 1967
Birthday 31 December
Birthplace Maningrida, Northern Territory, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Her husband is Dick Nadjolorro

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2020- RESILIENCE: The power of the past today - Maningrida, Aboriginal Signature Estrangin Fine Art, Brussels, Belgium

2020- Kun-waral Spirit Shadows, Salon Project Space, Darwin


2018- Djang in Fibre: From Bim to Form, Aboriginal & Pacific Art Gallery, Waterloo, NSW

2018- Barring-bul (Many Walks), Trinity Gallery, University of Melbourne


2017- 34th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Arts Awards, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT

2017- Into the Water curated by Maningrida Arts & Culture, Tactile Arts, Darwin, NT


2016- Whos Afraid of Colour?, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC


2014- Mayh, Body & Spirit in Kunwinjku Fibre Art, Aboriginal & Pacific Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW


2012- Maningrida – contemporary work from arnhem land, Gallery Ecosse, Sydney, NSW

2012- Dream Catchers, Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney


2011- The Dreaming Changes Shape, Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne, Australia


2010- Best of Maningrida, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia


2009- Anniebell Marrngamarrnga & Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Michael Reid at Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, NSW

2009- Beautiful Beasts, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT

2009- Maningrida Group Show, Maningrida Arts & Culture Gallery, Darwin, NT

2009- Orche - A Study in Materiality, Short Street Gallery, Broome, WA

2009- Survey from Maningrida Arts & Culture, The Mossenson Gallery, Perth, WA

2009- Togart Contemporary Art Award, The Toga Group, NT

2009- Pandanus Spiralis, Aboriginal & Pacific Art Gallery, Sydney, NSW


2008- Anniebell Marrngamarrnga, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne, VIC

2008- Womens show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne, VIC

2008- Palya Art at Mary Place, Mary Place, Sydney, NSW

2008- Melbourne Art Fair, Art Fair, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne


2007- Anniebell Marrngamarrnga, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne, VIC

2007- Culture Warriors, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT

2007- Selected new works from Maningrida, Maningrida Arts & Culture, Darwin

2007- 24th Telstra National & Torres Strait Islander Art Award Exhibition, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT

2007- Womens show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne, VIC


2006- 23rd Telstra National & Torres Strait Islander Art Award Exhibition, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT


2003- Weave, Federation Centre for the Arts, Bundoora Homestead, VIC


Fibre sculpture among Kuninjku women was largely pioneered in the early 2000s by Marina Murdilnga, daughter of bark painter Mick Kubarrku. After learning weaving from her mother, she invented a new form of flat fibre sculptures made with a knotting technique. Murdilnga’s work was well-received and it inspired other Kuninjku women to pursue similar work.

Anniebell Marrngamarrnga began experimenting with fibre sculptures in the early 2000s. Her favorite subject is the yawkyawk, a female spirit who lives in the water. The Yawkyawk spirit lives in freshwater streams and pools in Western Arnhem Land. They are depicted as part-woman and part-fish, with long hair and a fishlike tail. They are often compared to the European idea of a mermaid.


She learned to weave from her mother, Nancy Djulumba, who died in 1995. She started out making coiled baskets, twined bags, and string bags. She later learned to paint from her husband, Dick Nadjolorro.


Anniebell Marrngamarrnga was born in Maningrida on December 31, 1967. She is part of the Kuninjku language group of the Darnkolo clan of the Yirridjdja moiety.