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  • 4.	Rhonda Sharpe, My Selfs with Cowboy, 2021, installation of four stitched woollen sculptures on metal stands using recycled woollen blankets, natural dye, wool, acrylic yarn, size variable, installation:  78 x 185 x 70cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia.  Copyright courtesy of the artist and Yarrenyty Arltere Artists  A blaze of glorious people
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    A blaze of glorious people

    28 September 2023

    Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery blazes a trail with an exhibition of remarkable portraits, writes Belinda Hermawan

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  • A figure dangles from a huge multi-coloured balloon, nothing but blackness all around. This is CircusWest's ECLIPSE Make August a month to remember
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    Make August a month to remember

    27 July 2023

    Is winter over yet? If you can’t beat the weather, just ignore it and stay indoors. Our August gig guide is full of good reasons to do just that. 

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  • 17.	Gobawarrah-Yinhawangka Traditional Owners and Michael Bonner, Gobawarrah-Yinhawangka Horizon Line, 2023 acrylic on wall, installation view in Black Sky, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, 2023, photograph by Rebecca Mansell The entrance to Black Sky is painted black, with an orange line that bisects the wall erratically. A leap of faith into the abyss
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    A leap of faith into the abyss

    29 March 2023

    Generous and powerful, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s Perth Festival exhibition explores the role of the night sky in First Nations culture, as a bridge between this world and other realms, writes Ilona McGuire.

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  • Cream of the crop 2022
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    Cream of the crop 2022

    15 December 2022

    Which shows were Seesaw Mag’s favourites this year? We ask our writers to reflect on the year that was… and the year that will be.

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  • One of the works at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery: a stylised screen print of a woman screaming. Women artists form a powerful chorus
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    Women artists form a powerful chorus

    5 July 2022

    Vibrating with tension and energy, ‘Sustaining the Art of Practice’ is an exhibition that amplifies the voices of women, reports Jaimi Wright.

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  • An Aboriginal painting of a European ship. The ship is a white silhouette against a brown and white striped background. Sailing on an ocean of art
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    Sailing on an ocean of art

    11 January 2022

    Perth Festival’s choice of wardan – the ocean – for this year’s festival theme plays out beautifully in its visual arts selection. Ara Jansen plunges in to pull out some highlights.

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  • L-R: Maxxi Minaxi May, Deconstructing beauty, 2003, plastic dolls, paint, foamcore and wood, 105 x 21 x 5.7 cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia. Copyright and courtesy of the artist. Glenys Hodgeman         
Death is never out of style, 2000                              
cotton embroidery on paper burial shroud, 194 x 157 cm
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Lilla Lowe, Apples and apple blossoms, 1896, oil on cedar panel, 90 x 26.5 cm, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, The University of Western Australia.  Three artworks appear alongside one another. On the far left is a shelving unit - each shelf contains plastic doll body parts, sorted by type. In the middle is A piece of white fabric with various human organs embroidered in red thread, as well as the words Le mort est jamais se demode. On the right is an oil painting of apples and blossoms on cedar wood. Getting to the heart of matter
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    Getting to the heart of matter

    17 September 2021

    There’s a matter that deserves your attention at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, says Jaimi Wright.

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