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Walala led a nomadic lifestyle in the Gibson Desert until 1984, when he and his family first met white people and settled in the settlement of Kiwirrkura. The media then described them as "The Lost Tribe".**).

Walala Tjapalltjari

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    Walala Tjapalltjari – Tingari Cycle – MALA ART GALLERY
    Catalog number: WT 030723
    Dimensions: 69 x 90 cm
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    Walala Tjapalltjari – Tingari Cycle – MALA ART GALLERY
    Catalog number: WT 040723
    Dimensions: 86 x 142 cm
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Walala Tjapalltjari

Born 1971. Together with his brothers - Warlimpirrnga and Thomas - he started painting paintings whose themes are related to the Tingari Cycle and sacred places in the Gibson Desert area (approx. 700 km west of Alice Springs).

Walala's style is geometric and linear, his characteristic squares (places and songs) are surrounded by dots (people looking for water). His paintings have received recognition from many art critics and are in important collections around the world.

Walala Tjapalltjari - MALA ART GALLERY

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