James Angus


16 December 07 – 2 March 08


See art that’s twisted, turned inside out and dropped on its head. This exhibition from Perth-born artist, James Angus, showcases sculptures of physically distorted everyday objects and iconic architectural forms.


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This exhibition organised and toured by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia  


This exhibition is supported by the Contemporary Touring Initiative through Visions of Australia, an Australian Government program and the Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy, an initiative of the Australian,

State and Territory Governments            





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  This exhibition is the Art Gallery of Western Australia's

  contribution to the 2008 Perth International Arts Festival




Brutal Tender


Human Animal


Roger Ballen Photography


24th November 07 - 4th May 08


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Prepare to be amazed. This exhibition features imagery of humans, animals and inanimate objects in taut arrangements that comment on the animism running through all things. Confronting, disturbing and not to be missed.


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Radical Elegance


Yohji Yamamoto Garments in

Australian Collections


1 November – 17 February 08


The first solo exhibition in Australia of the renowned couturier, Yohji Yamamoto, features women’s garments, from eveningwear to daywear, selected from Australian public and private collections. Yamamoto’s designs use sensual fabrics to create structured body shapes and draw on humour, romance and historical fashion styles.


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Click here for workshops and floor talks in conjunction with this exhibition.


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Western Australian Art 1820s - 1960s


Wesfarmers Gallery

Freehill Gallery and Gallery 7

Identity and Change


May & George Marland Gallery

Indigenous Art

Gallery 9


The Centenary Galleries are currently closed for maintenance.  They are scheduled to reopen in early 2008.  We apologise for any inconvenience.

(Housed in the historic part of the Art Gallery complex, the Centenary Galleries normally feature displays of Australian and international paintings, sculpture and decorative objects from the 19th and 20th century).


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