Perth-based artists Sam Bloor and Shannon McCulloch present a series of objects along with digital and painted images designed to challenge the viewer to question 'what holds aesthetic value and/or artistic merit?'
‘Extreme’ is an exhibition of works in the tradition of masters Peter Dombrovski and Olegas Truchanas by accomplished Tasmanian photographers, who through the lens capture varying degrees of the extremes in the environment.
“I found I couldn’t be partisan looking back. I started to see the nuances of the political situation at the time”, says Alison Alder, the artist behind a new series of portraits of the first eight Prime Ministers of Australia on display in ‘onetoeight’.
How does time, tactility and transgressing emotional and physical boundaries reflect the politics of the body? Liss LaFleur’s mother/daughter collaboration positions their forms as sites for resistance, learning, creation and sharing.
Ten contemporary artists use elements of hyperrealism, scale, illogic and biology to reinvent the concept of the sublime for modern audiences – Daniel Askill, Daniel Crooks, Michael Gallop, Sam Jinks, Christopher Langton, Ron Mueck, Adam Norton, Baden Pailthorpe, Patricia Piccinini and Ricky Swallow.
This group exhibition presents paintings from Rusty Peters, Phyllis Thomas, Peggy Patrick, Sade Carrington and Gordon Barney. The senior artists all hail from the East Kimberley area of Western Australia and aim to put cross-cultural communication and education into practice through art.