Moana Project Space was an artist-run contemporary gallery previously located in the heart of Perth’s central business district.
They recently announced the closure of their Hay Street gallery space, as their landlords did not renew their lease.
Since its inception in 2012, Moana operated as a platform for the production and exhibition of contemporary visual art, with a particular focus on supporting ambitious new work and curatorial projects from young and early career artists, curators and writers from across Australia. Moana’s internally curated program of exhibitions and events is supplemented by a biannual open proposal callout.
We thank Moana for their large contribution to the Perth arts scene, and hope they will be able do so again in the future.
Image from the final exhibition at Moana's Hay Street Gallery: Tom Blake. towards allegory, 2016, cyanotype on Bergger COT 320, frame, shelf.
This project has been funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. The development and realisation of this work was supported by PICA’s Studio Program.
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