Application to reproduce art works

The Art Gallery of Western Australia provides a quality photographic service for items held in its Collection. No non-Gallery professional photography is permitted; this is in order to maintain a consistent standard and for copyright purposes. Please see attached Photographic fee schedule for the list of photographic material available.

Fees are payable for the reproduction of items from the collection of the Art Gallery of Western Australia. These fees are in addition to charges for the supply of photographic material and are not copyright fees. An Application to Reproduce Works of Art, available from the Assistant Registrar, must be submitted before permission can be granted.

The Art Gallery will only be able to process orders for images that have copyright clearance. Please note obtaining copyright will sometimes incur an additional fee that is charged by the copyright provider. The Art Gallery will notify the applicant if additional fees are required, or if copyright is not available.

Images may not be copied or stored by any means, electronic or otherwise, except for the purpose they were originally supplied.

Demands on the Gallery’s photographic services are such that it is necessary to process all photographic requests in strict order of receipt. Photographic orders will be processed as quickly as possible after receipt. The Gallery is not able to guarantee a delivery date.

Related Information

Please carefully read the Art Gallery of Western Australia Conditions of Reproductions. Permission will be deemed not given until this form is completed and returned with Declarations signed and payment received by The Art Gallery of Western Australia.

Application to Reproduce Works of Art

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