• MAC BETTS (1932-2010) – ESSENTIAL OIL

    MAC BETTS (1932-2010) – ESSENTIAL OIL

    7 – 29 MAY, PERTH CITY. Official Opening Sunday 15 May 2-4pm. Exhibition to be opened by Michael Betts. Mac Betts was a lyrical abstractionist with an uncanny ability to capture the essence of light on the Western Australian landscape.…
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  • DIRECTORS’ CHOICE – GEOFF DYER & SELECTED ARTISTS

    DIRECTORS’ CHOICE – GEOFF DYER & SELECTED ARTISTS

    21 MAY – 9 JUNE, SUBIACO. Directors’ Choice features Hobart-based artist Geoff Dyer, a leading contemporary Australian Artist who has been represented in over fifty national and international exhibitions. Regarded as the best-known painter of the Tasmanian landscape, Dyer is…
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  • STEAL – George Haynes, Ben Joel, Lesley Munro, Tori Benz, Bec Juniper, Mel Dare, Ian Williams, Jarrad Martyn, Kim Kim Kim, Anna Sabadini

    STEAL – George Haynes, Ben Joel, Lesley Munro, Tori Benz, Bec Juniper, Mel Dare, Ian Williams, Jarrad Martyn, Kim Kim Kim, Anna Sabadini

    28 MAY – 22 JUNE, PERTH CITY. Official opening Sunday 5 June 2-4pm Artists’ Talk Sunday 12 June 2-3pm to be conducted by exhibition curator Anna Sabadini. Steal is a group show that celebrates the ideas of other painters, even,…
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  • SUBIACO
    Subiaco

    Established in 1998, our original Subiaco Gallery is a well-known feature of Perth’s inner western suburbs. Impressive front windows welcome visitors to this intimate space where unique fine art from both Australia and overseas is showcased
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  • City Gallery
    Perth City

    Our iconic CBD gallery is housed within the historic Old Perth Technical School, one of the city’s most architecturally significant buildings. The heritage-meets-modern luxe style offers a sophisticated setting for exhibitions & events
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  • STOCKROOM
    Stockroom

    Showcasing available artwork from across our entire collection, the Stockroom features an eclectic range of emerging, mid-career & established artists in a selection of genres including painting, sculpture and Aboriginal art
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