Ken Djungkidj is the son of acclaimed artist, Mick Kubarkku (1925 – 2008), who was known for his painting of dirdbim (moon, sun and stars) and the associated site on his Kulmarru clan estate. Djungkidj learned under his guidance, watching him paint on rock surfaces and bark paintings as a young man. The artist continues to paint the iconic imagery handed down from his father, including Ngalyod (Rainbow Serpent), mimih (rock country spirit), yawkyawk (female water spirits), Kubumi (waterholes) and djulng (Ancestral bones).
2005 2005 recent works from Maningrida, Recent works from Maningrida, Short Street Gallery, Broome, WA
2003 2003 the visit, The visit, Annandale galleries, Sydney, NSW
2000 2000, Kuninjku Cosmology: recent works by Mick Kubarkku and his sons, Kuninjku Cosmology: recent works by Mick Kubarkku and his sons Aboriginal & Pacific Arts, Sydney, NSW
- Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC
- National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC
- Dr. Colin and Liz Laverty private collection, Sydney, NSW
- Djomi Museum, Maningrida, NT