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Dhangalaw Usul

Anthony ‘Gesa’ Pilot

Lino Print

59cm x 38cm


Lino Print on paper
590mm x 380 mm (paper) & 395mm x 300mm (print)



Gab Titui Cultural Centre
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Gab Titui Cultural Centre

The Gab Titui Cultural Centre is a contemporary art gallery and keeping place for cultural artefacts located on Thursday Island  – land of the Kaurareg nation, the traditional custodians of the Kaiwalagal region (Inner Islands) of the Torres Strait.  

Gab Titui contributes to the preservation and revitalisation of our region’s rich cultures, and to the development and promotion of local Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal art.

The Wabunaw Geth gallery – our main gallery space – has a changing program of exhibitions displaying artworks that include sculptures, headdresses, intricate lino-cut prints, wood carvings and paintings, as well as jewellery made from local materials such as pearl and seashells.  

Artworks represent the unique Indigenous cultures of the surrounding communities and illustrate Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal myths, legends, and connection to the sea and land. 

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