HELEN BRITTON: INTERSTICES
11 FEB – 15 APR
A 25-year survey of the work of renowned jeweller Helen Britton, including new works. Now residing in Munich, Britton has developed an international reputation for her innovative practice as a contemporary artist working in metal and found materials.
Presented as part of the Perth International Arts Festival
WORKS OF ART FROM WARBURTON
11 FEB – 1 JUL
Experience artwork from the remote desert community of Warburton.
Presented by the Berndt Museum and curated by Vanessa Russ, Eve Chaloupka and Gary Proctor.
Helen Britton, [Stencils]
Unicorn, Skull, Knife, Lucky Dick, Chimney Sweep, Cat, Tooth, Jeep, Owl, Devil, 2015-16,
acrylic, rag paper, tusche; editions of 7, sheet: 39 x 53 cm irreg. Copyright and courtesy of the artist.
Ngaanyatjarra, Nyimparra 2001, acrylic on canvas.
Courtesy of Warburton Arts Project
until 8 Jul
Journey through more than 100 years of portraiture and self-portraiture from the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art. Curated by Gemma Weston and featuring iconic works from artists Freda Robertshaw and Clarice Beckett and recent acquisitions never before seen in Perth.
Presented by the UWA’s Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, the nation’s only public collection of art by Australian women.
Kevin Ballantine, Cup City, 1986-87, digital print on archival paper © Kevin Ballantine
HERE&NOW17: New Photography
29 Apr - 8 Jul
Contemporary Western Australian artists working with, or at the margins of, photography.
Kevin Ballantine: Photographs 1986-2001
29 Apr - 8 Jul
Explore Perth of the mid-1980s through to the dawn of the new millennium with photographs from Western Australian artist Kevin Ballantine.