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The Medium is the Medium || Agatha Gothe-Snape Material
Gallery 10, Mural Wall, Lower & Upper Concourse | Until 20 Oct

Works by Agatha Gothe-Snape made between 2015 and 2024, including 7 major wall paintings, engaging with the ways we channel and respond to creative energies as they move between the physical and immaterial worlds of belief and imagination.

AGWA Rooftop
Rooftop:
10am-5pm daily except Tue
AGWA Rooftop is a 500-person venue offering unparalleled 360° views of the Perth CBD skyline.

Rooftop Bar:
Closed for the season
The AGWA Rooftop Bar is open across the Spring / Summer months on Friday and Saturday from 3pm till late.

Christopher Pease
Targets
This 34-metre long, five-metre tall printed metal and light-based artwork wraps around the Rooftop’s exterior walls, reflecting on place, belonging, and the centrality of the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) to both.

Sculpture Walk
AGWA Rooftop hosts an open-air sculpture park featuring works from the State Art Collection, including Gerhard Marcks’ The Caller and Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure, among others.
 
Sculptures
S1 Barbara Hepworth
S2 Jean Arp
S3 Henry Moore
S4 Gerhard Marcks
S5 Henri Laurens
S6 Oliffe Richmond
S7 Émile Bourdelle

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The West Australian Pulse 2024
Gallery 07 | Until 6 Oct

WA's talented young artists are celebrated in this yearly showcase, gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in. It is an inspiring, rewarding and insightful look at the world through the minds of our most talented young artists.

Material Practice: Howard Taylor’s Journal
Gallery 08 | Until 15 Sep

Material Practice: Howard Taylor’s Journal invites you to witness firsthand the evolution of one of Western Australia’s most significant artists, seen through artworks in the Collection along with pages from his Journal.

From his early experimentation with tempera and form to his later innovations in manipulating light and space, each artwork reveals the development of Taylor's creative process, enriched by the insight gleaned from his Journal.

Forecast
Gallery 09 | Now Showing

Forecast is an interactive exhibition for audiences of all ages and abilities developed in collaboration with Dianne Jones, Eva Fernandez and Dr Jo Pollitt.

Equal part exhibition, artist studio, retreat, and creative weather station, Forecast is a place for feeling, featuring interconnected generations of families and forests; daily disappearing treescapes painted with water; felt river stones for resting; and an invitation to move and be moved.

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Me, Also Me
Gallery 01 | Until 8 Dec

Me, Also Me explores the contradictory elements of life through two video installations by Ayoung Kim and Daisuke Kosugi alongside Brett Whiteley’s The American Dream which trouble the distinction between reality and fiction. The exhibition includes additional works from the Collection that employ tropes of mirroring, doubling, imitation and transformation to map the contours of our uncannily labile selves, featuring artists like Farah Al Qasimi, Ian Burn, Tracey Moffatt, Yasumasa Morimura and Maria Taniguchi.

Balancing Act
Gallery 02 | Ongoing

Our story is not one story, but many stories to share.

Balancing Act features Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander works of art from the State Art Collection. In this exhibition, you will encounter a vast range of material revealing the wide scope of First Nations truth-telling and art-making practice. Radical observations about the ups and downs of life are placed side by side with expressions of relationships with Custodial Country. 

Look, look. Anna Park
Gallery 03 & 04 | Until 8 Sep

Rising star of Contemporary Art comes to AGWA in an Australian-first exhibition. Look, look. Anna Park debuts with more than 15 never-before-seen charcoal and ink works on paper that feverishly capture the spirit of contemporary life, created specifically for AGWA.

TIME • RONE
Centenary Galleries
Now Showing | Ticketed

A multi-sensory installation excavating meaning from the everyday, TIME • RONE projects onto a grand scale the lifelong search for beauty in decay.

Following a sell-out season in Melbourne, TIME • RONE is now showing in AGWA’s Centenary Galleries, featuring expanded staging and a new room, exclusive to Perth. Experience the historic Centenary Galleries like never before, as you walk, breathe and live among remnants of mid-century Australia.

Experience the Centenary Galleries like never before, as you walk, breathe, and live among remnants of mid-century Australia.

On Saturday 27 August, the Gallery is open 10am-3pm only as we prepare for the AGWA Foundation Gala supporting women in the arts. Some exhibition access will be disrupted with two Tracks We Share ground floor galleries closed. AGWA Rooftop bar will be closed, reopening at 2pm Sunday. Details