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  • Tracks We Share Contemporary Art of the Pilbara Exhibition, Ngundamurri (detail) by Juluwarlu Art Group.jpg A group of sticks, some topped with stylised masks, and all decorated with puffs of what look like dried flowers stands in front of a screen, on which is projected a view of the sky. There are silhouettes of trees and people; it looks like it's been captured between frames and the people look a little ghostly. Walking through Country together
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    Walking through Country together

    1 June 2022

    “Tracks We Share” takes the viewer on a breathtaking journey through stories of the First Peoples of the Pilbara, discovers Craig McKeough.

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  • Three large men flex their muscles. The image is a negative and the figures are in darkness. They look like they're dancing. and each figure is tinted, one yellow, one blue and one red. Feast of art feeds local appetites
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    Feast of art feeds local appetites

    10 December 2020

    It’s time to dump cultural cringe. This year’s visual arts program at Perth Festival is both bigger than before and almost 100% local. It’s exciting and a chance for everyone to put a little more art into their lives. Ara Jansen reports.

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  • Sisi-Cynthia Ingenere (Corpus Christi College), 'Soul searching' 2019, mixed media, nineteen parts: dimensions variable One of three views of Sisi-Cynthia Ingenere’s sculpture. Pictured is a stylised silhouette of a woman, against a neon landscape. Youth pulse beats political
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    Youth pulse beats political

    24 August 2020

    Perusing the Art Gallery of WA’s “Pulse Perspectives 2019”, Miranda Johnson finds that WA’s most recent crop of school graduates are facing the challenges of our time with a clear moral compass.

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  • Jenny Watson
Horse series painting no. 9: with yellow rug 1974
oil, synthetic polymer paint and lead pencil on canvas
177.4 x 243.9 cm
State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia
Purchased 1988
 Jenny Watson Horse series painting no. 9: with yellow rug 1974 oil, synthetic polymer paint and lead pencil on canvas 177.4 x 243.9 cm State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia Purchased 1988 Partying with colour and nostalgia
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    Partying with colour and nostalgia

    12 December 2019

    Robert Cook (curator), ‘Perth Brutal: Dreaming in Concrete’; ‘That Seventies Feeling … the Late Modern’ ·
    Art Gallery of WA ·
    Review by Craig McKeough ·

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio