Vasse Felix, Cnr Tom Cullity Dr & Caves Rd, Cowaramup

Gallery hours: Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

Closed Public Holidays, Free Admission

T 6217 2640



Holmes A Court Gallery@ no.10 (10 Douglas Street, West Perth)

The Border Crossers: Clyde McGill


21 April - 13 May

7 Days 12 noon - 8 pm


What are the borderlands? Who determines them and why? Who may cross? Who may not? Who does deliberately cross the borders? Where are they from? Why are they leaving? What are their hopes? What is their journey? What do they bring with them? Are they welcomed or turned back? Do they just disappear? Who cares? Who doesn’t?

In 2007 Clyde McGill began looking at borderlands as they relate to people who come by boat. He focussed first on the fate of a young Indonesian fisherman who tragically died on a boat detained in Darwin Harbour. This exhibition contains his story within a much broader narrative of the refugee who comes by boat. It includes works from the collection and the artist’s collection shown at MONA FOMA in 2016 along with new works made since. We will be taking the show south to Holmes à Court Gallery at Vasse Felix in early June.



The Border Crossers: Clyde McGill


10 June - 7 October

Artist in Residence 1 July - 22 July


Clyde McGill will be in residence on the studio floor in the gallery from 1 - 22 July, Tuesday - Sunday.



Removing the traces:

aspects of abstraction from the Janet Holmes A Court Collection


UNTIL 3 June 2018


Clyde McGill The Border Crosser (Except), 2011, mixed media on unstretched linen, 220 x 320 cm  Copyright and Courtesy the artist

Clyde McGill Keep Clear, 2016, mixed media on linen, 220 x 500 cm Copyright and courtesy the artist






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