We’re on break now, though, which means the days are made for filling with the things you don’t usually do. Visiting art galleries might not be something you immediately consider besides Netflix, but there are some exhibitions showing around Perth that you definitely should see.
For what The Culture Club was attempting to do – garner more interest than the Lawrence Wilson typically sees – it was a success. The exhibitions presented were exciting and full of vim. Karl Frederick Sagrabb reviews.
My sister and I sat at the edge of our bed hearing stories about the Gurus. It’d be a crime for me not to be putting that to use because we come from such a rich background and heritage. Ishita Mathur interviews Amandeep Singh.
An underappreciated, vital medium, comics have slipped under the radar for most Australians who appreciate art. This exhibition features the insightful work of nine highly individual, contemporary artists from around the globe. Gabby Loo reviews.
"As I read the background for each artist, I learnt of their lives, and the communities and country they were connected to. Some had discovered their art early in life, many at a later stage, but all were proud to honour their ancestry with their works." Janey Hakanson reviews.
The fact that this exhibition strategically begun in January and continues through to February - thus including Australia (Massacre) Day - insinuates the need for some soul-searching. Our murky cultural heritage speaks volumes about national pride.