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Cream of the crop 2019

13 December 2019

Which shows were Seesaw writers’ favourites this year? What were the highlights and lowlights for the arts in WA? And which artists will our contributors be looking out for in 2020? As 2019 draws to a close, Seesaw writers reflect on the year that was and the year that will be.

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79305_Pic 2.tif Ethel Spowers, Harvest, 1932, linocut, 19.3 x 29.1 cm, The University of Western Australia Art Collection, University Senate Grant, 1982 Telling the stories of an eclectic era
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Telling the stories of an eclectic era

21 September 2019

Review: Sally Quin, “Cosmopolitan” · Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Review by Craig McKeough · The curatorial challenge in pulling together an exhibition of Australian art…

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Installation view, left to right: Teelah George, 'Blue Biro', 2018-2019, thread, linen and bronze, 220 x 190cm; Marzena Topka, 'Geometrisation of bodies' (suspended animation), 2014-2019, deconstructed office clothing, dimensions variable; Susan Roux, '(un) / fold' (detail), 2019, Canson paper, ink, thread and polish, dimensions variable; and Ómra Caoimhe, 'The Sum of the Parts' (detail), 2019, hand-spun tussah silk thread and wool thread, wool cloth, wooden beads, nails, bees wax and oil on curved wooden panel, loom parts and wooden spool, dimensions variable. Photo: Lyle Branson. 003 Installation view, left to right: Teelah George, Blue Biro, 2018-2019, thread, linen and bronze, 220 x 190cm; Marzena Topka, Geometrisation of bodies (suspended animation), 2014-2019, deconstructed office clothing, dimensions variable; Susan Roux, (un) / fold (detail), 2019, Canson paper, ink, thread and polish, dimensions variable; and Ómra Caoimhe, The Sum of the Parts (detail), 2019, hand-spun tussah silk thread and wool thread, wool cloth, wooden beads, nails, bees wax and oil on curved wooden panel, loom parts and wooden spool, dimensions variable. Photograph by Lyle Branson. A material world
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A material world

13 September 2019

Review: Joanna Sulkowski, ‘HERE&NOW19: Material Culture’ ·
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery ·
Review by Miranda Johnson ·

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Visual Arts: Access Programs @ LWAG

19 August 2019

26 October @ Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Presented by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · LWAG Signs: Auslan Interpreted Tour: Saturday 26 October, 11.30am – 1pm…

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Portraits of Maternity Woman viewing several paintings Visual Arts: Friday Talks @ LWAG
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Visual Arts: Friday Talks @ LWAG

18 August 2019

11 & 25 October @ Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Presented by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Join us at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery for…

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Cosmopolitan Men engaged in work in fields Visual Arts: Cosmopolitan
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Visual Arts: Cosmopolitan

18 August 2019

31 Aug – 7 Dec @ Lawrence Wilson Arts Gallery · Presented by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · The 1930s was a stimulating period in Australian…

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HERE&NOW 19
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Visual Arts: HERE&NOW19: Material Culture

18 August 2019

31 Aug – 7 Dec @ Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · Presented by Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery · HERE&NOW19: Material Culture highlights the work of five…

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