MR STREISAND, VALERY SEROS
6 – 21 JANUARY
FRIDAY 5 JANUARY, 6PM
Mr Streisand is an exhibition of paintings by Valery Seros (WA) exploring the meaning and depiction of a mysterious character of myth. Seros’ paintings are dark and brooding, utilising some unconventional methods and materials.
Hurt is the first solo exhibition of watercolours, sculpture and text by emerging young artist Brendan Lewis (WA). Hurt looks at youthful emotions and the relationship to the concept of hurt in its many forms.
Valery Seros, Neither Good nor Bad (detail), Description – oil on wood, 204 x 82cm, 2017
26 JANUARY – 11 FEBRUARY
THURSDAY 25 JANUARY, 6PM
Darling Darling is a photographic exhibition and installation by Andre Rerekura (WA) in collaboration with Ashley Sutton (WA) and Ryan Chatfield (WA). This is an opportunity to witness the beauty and uniqueness of the bygone days of hard hat diving in WA, from the rich and diverse underwater environments to the captivating equipment and its textures.
In Everything fades, nothing ever stays the same in which Emily Hornum (WA) explores impermanence and the objecthood of remembering. With a large-scale print series of manipulated film negatives, the exhibition combines lost memories, film matter and chemical remnants.
Andre Rerekura, Every Diver Dreams Of A Mermaid, Digital print, 2016
17 FEBRUARY – 4 MARCH
FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY, 6PM
Lindsay Pow first painted Boranup Forest in the late 1970s and then in the early 1980s, admiring the unique play of light and shadow on the karri trees. For Boranup Revisited he returned and captured the late afternoon in the forest.
Linsay Pow, Boranup Revisited, Oil on Canvas, 122 x 61 cm, 2017
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