THE MOORES BUILDING CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY

46 Henry Street, Fremantle

Gallery hours: Mon – Sun, 10am – 4pm

Free Admission, managed by Fremantle Arts Centre

T 9335 3519

moores.org.au

richiek@fremantle.wa.gov.au

SKIN DEEP 2018

10 – 25 MARCH

OPENING FRI 9 MARCH, 6PM

 

Skin Deep 2018 is a group exhibition by Western Australian Portrait Artists (WAPA), an association of artists who specialise, or include as a part of their practice, painted portraiture.

 

The exhibition will present the diverse range of interpretations that are included in the genre of portraiture by some of Australia’s leading practitioners. All members are past finalists of major portrait art prizes.

Brad Durrant

Cool Catty

Graphite on Board, 30 x 50cm, 2017

LIVING ASPECT

7 – 22 APRIL

OPENING FRI 6 APRIL, 6PM

 

Living Aspect is a photographic exhibition by Susannah Warrington which looks at the organic complexity of the human body contrasted with the simplistic shapes and bold colours more commonly linked with Minimalism.

 

BOTANICA

7 – 22 APRIL

OPENING FRI 6 APRIL, 6PM

 

Botanica is an exhibition exploring the relationship between humansand plants taking inspiration from often overlooked intricate details of plantlife. Photography, illustration, painting, ceramics and printmaking. Artists are Danica Wichtermann, Elaine Bradley, Natalie Acton, Alina Tang, Jackie Masters, Jacek Gonsalves, Samantha Hughes, Natasha Lea, Janine Lee and Marinella Picirillo

Natalie Acton, Dahlia,

Pen on cartridge paper

29 x 42cm. 2017

 

REMNANTS

7 – 22 APRIL

OPENING FRI 6 APRIL, 6PM

 

Remnants by Tanya Jaceglav is of discarded old lace curtains, tablecloths and doylies, maligned objects of domesticity embedded into an ongoing narrative and reflection on relationships, memory and identity.

 

Tanya Jaceglav, To have and to hold (detail) Plaster, 17x10cm. 2017

THE SCENT OF FALLING DARK

KATIE GLASKIN

28 APRIL – 13 MAY

OPENING THURS 27 APRIL, 6PM

 

The Scent of Falling Dark by Katie Glaskin is paintings and linocuts focused on the thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) to explore the theme of extinction. Emblematically, the thylacine stands between a deep historical past and uncertain species futures.

Katie Glaskin, Elergy

Acrylic and gesso on canvas, 92 x 122cm, 2017

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