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troublemag | June 17, 2019

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Listing State WA

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Perth Cultural Centre, Perth WA 6000

AGWA Design – Family resemblance
Opens 15 June

A collection display featuring a range of (largely) ceramic works that showcase the way some of the nation’s and world’s best makers create sequences and clusters of objects. The display includes recent and older acquisitions by makers such as Ron Nagle, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Lucie Rie, Hans Coper, Margaret West and Sandra Black amongst many others.

Pulse Perspectives
Until 22 July

WA’s talented young artists are again celebrated as Year 12 Perspectives becomes Pulse Perspectives to better reflect what this exhibition is about: gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in. This year’s exhibition features 46 works by graduating Year 12, 2018 Visual Arts students from across WA.

WA Now – TJYLLYUNGOO/Lance Chadd Ibelongyoubelongwebelong
Until 5 August

A series of recent works that reflect the artist’s Aboriginal spirituality and cultural research on connection to Country, in particular the Boorongurup (Porongorup Ranges), the oldest granite formation on Earth. Through portrait and landscape paintings and sculpture, Ibelongyoubelongwebelong lays bare the spiritual unity of land and people and afford the wider public access to this knowledge and adoption.

Fremantle Arts Centre

1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle 6160

Dia-Rong Lee | Asialink Exchange Exhibition
Sat 08 Jun 2019 — Sun 21 Jul 2019

Taiwanese Artist Dia-Rong Lee is the tenth exchange artist to visit Fremantle for the Asialink exchange between FAC and the Taipei Artists Village.

Working in ceramic sculpture, Dia-Rong’s work is often self-consciously sensual and fleshy, focused on the human body as a hybrid form.

This exhibition is a response to the aesthetic and cultural shift from Taipei to Fremantle and an investigation into local materials and techniques.

10am — 5pm
Free entry