TURNER GALLERIES

470 William Street, Northbridge

Gallery hours: Tue – Sat, 11am – 5pm

Free Admission

T 9227 1077

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1 - 30 SEP

 

KYLE HUGHES-ODGERS

SILENCE

MAIN GALLERY

 

For this body of work Hughes-Odgers has created complex narratives that combine ideas of nature, the built environment, human behaviour and abstraction. Silence is also based on the idea of paintings as static silent objects that can spark ideas, memory and create dialogue without using one of our major senses. He knows that painting is the opposite of modern life, it is time consuming to make, and needs patience to observe.

 

ANDREW FRAZER

SOMEONE ELSE SOMEWHERE ELSE

ENGINE ROOM 1

 

In his first solo exhibition in Perth since 2011, Frazer explores the debilitating fear in believing that there is always ‘Someone Else Somewhere Else’ doing whatever you are attempting at any given time better than you, and the hope discovered when discarding this lie.

 

WADE TAYLOR

INLAND SEA

ENGINE ROOM 2

 

With Inland Sea, Taylor turns his interest towards Western Australia’s engaging and haunting maritime past, including the tragic and ambiguous events from the mutiny and shipwreck of the Batavia. A largely experimental body of work in paint and ceramics, it seeks to explore new territory within an expanding disciplinary practise.

Kyle Hughes-Odgers A Map to the Horizon 2, 2017 acrylic on canvas, 153 x 122cm

Wade Taylor, Alkimos 2017, oil on wood, 46 x 61cm

Andrew Frazer Someone Else Somewhere Else 2017 acrylic on canvas, 153 x 101cm

6 OCT – 4 NOV

 

LUCAS GROGAN

SKIES

MAIN GALLERY

 

Grogan is our  nal artist in residence for 2017 and will be exhibiting a new body of paintings and drawings in his signature blues and whites. These works employ highly detailed patterns that intersect and weave together referencing architectural spaces and forms. Hypnotically these patterns interplay against each other, expanding and contracting the viewer’s attention.

 

ROBERT EWING

FLORATION

ENGINE ROOM 1

 

Using a variety of medium Ewing’s exhibition presents a selection of artworks that furthers Robert’s exploration of a landscape in transition. Renewal and the splendid promise of tomorrow form the primary narrative underpinning the artworks. Imaginative forms combine with recognisable elements to create images that invite us to consider new and exciting opportunities and discoveries.

 

MELISSA BOUGHEY

CROSS COUNTRY

ENGINE ROOM 2

 

Boughey gathers her raw material while out driving, walking or camping. Time spent immersed in the landscape, drawing en plein air, is intrinsic to her experience and provides the framework for the development of paintings in her bush studio.

Lucas Grogan, Bridges 1, 2017 ink, enamel & acrylic on archival mount board, 185 x 125cm

Robert Ewing, Imaginary form 08, 2017 coloured pencil on cotton rag, 29.7 x 21cm

Melissa Boughey Cross country (night to day) 2107 oil and beeswax on board, 62 x 62cm

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