Art Almanac

Western Australia

Fremantle

Artitja Fine Art

South Fremantle, 6162. T (08) 9336-7787, 0418-900-954. E info@artitja.com.au W www.artitja.com.au Directors: Anna Kanaris and Arthur Clarke Celebrating 15 years in 2019, Artitja Fine Art Gallery is a private gallery based in South Fremantle and curates up to six pop up exhibitions a year in public spaces, details of which can be found on our website. At all other times the gallery is open by appointment. Specialising in Aboriginal art, Artitja Fine Art partners with remote art centre communities from Western Australia, Northern Territory and the SouthAustralian APY Lands in bringing the art to the city. This unique business model allows for a personalised and informative approach to viewing and collecting art, in a relaxed home environment. Recipients Fremantle Business Awards: Outstanding Cultural Enterprise in 2017. Corporate Social Responsibility in 2016.

Fremantle Arts Centre

1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle 6160. (08) 9432-9555.  Free entry. Daily 10.00 to 5.00. Feb 6 to March 22 (opening Wed Feb 5, 6.30pm) – a major solo exhibition featuring newly commissioned paintings, sculpture and installation. A Walmajarri man based in Fitzroy Crossing in the West Kimberley, spent his early years working on cattle stations until losing a leg in a riding accident. His art combines diverse influences drawn from television, the traditional Kimberley craft of. was a key elder of the Gooniyandi language group in the Kimberley and was instrumental in the retention of men’s law ceremony at Muludja Community. features a selection of paintings from the early 2000s, which he made to preserve and transmit this significant body of cultural knowledge to the younger generation. These works have never been shown outside of Fitzroy Crossing. Curated by Lynley Nargoodah, and presented in association with Perth Festival and Mangkaja Arts. Also, . Art meets science in an ambitious new installation from WA’s and that brings microscopic ‘biobots’ to life inside a custom-built incubator. From blood, silk and heart muscle the artists bio-engineer individual cellular units, which self-assemble into living, kinetic sculptural forms large enough to see with the naked eye. This thought-provoking exhibition invites us to consider the human body in a world beyond its control. is accompanied by a visual text by acclaimed WA writer Josephine Wilson exploring the concept of ‘bricolage’ and the relationship between art and science. Presented in association with Perth Festival and SymbioticA.

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