Kidogo Arthouse hosts a variety of exhibitions throughout the year and accommodates a plethora of artists and visiting galleries on a local, national and international scale. Kidogo is a historic and character-rich limestone building perched at the edge of the sparking Indian Ocean. Rain, hail or shine Kidogo is a beautiful place to appreciate art in all it's wonderful forms.
2 – 8 May 2019 From the artist, Tury Sicari: “I am like many artists, hidden away in the suburbs looking for a chance to pop my head up and show my stuff. My art is influenced by abstract expressionism, constructivism, suprematism and Australian modernism. My inspiration comes from looking at the conscious and unconscious … Read More
21 – 27 Mar 2019 Travel has been very much of a part of Kerry Anne’s life and it is where she finds inspiration – in her environment. Several months of sailing through Europe followed by an Atlantic crossing and cruising the Caribbean in 2017/18, plus many road trips throughout the Kimberley and the South … Read More
14 – 20 Mar 2019 Created in Sydney at Sobrane’s Whale Beach Studio and exhibited for three months at beautiful Avalon Beach, NSW, the flock is on tour! Some paintings see a deflection from her old works with new movement in the artists work and some of these works are on display and for sale … Read More
7 – 13 Feb 2019 “Camels snuffled around our tent at Curara Soaks, the last night on the Canning Stock Route. “Three vehicles south bound, coming over the hill” was repeated ninety seven times to alert other travellers in the sand dune sections, from Well 31 across to Well 24.After meeting friends at Rawlinna on … Read More
Tom Grasso will be showing for the first time ever a collection of images from Greenland. A country that he had wanted to visit for a long time. Greenland is a place of rugged, remote and untouched landscape that is just simply stunning. Join Tom Grasso for the opening of “KALAALLIT NUNAAT” on Friday January … Read More
Perth artist set to inspire through satire and stories in “Terra” exhibition. 29th Nov – 5th of Dec (11-4) Known for her self-deprecating humour and whimsical adventures, Louise Coghill’s latest exhibition showcases the beautiful yet harrowing landscapes of Mongolia and Nepal in a series that cements her as one of Perth’s most unique and prominent … Read More
Elizabeth Looker is an award-winning photographer whose work and exhibitions range from ethereal to commercial, portraiture to experimental, landscape to raw human forms. Empathy and authenticity in her approach and process allow her to connect to the essence of her subjects. Her work, ‘Life Dancers’, won Australia’s National Photographic Portrait Prize, 2016, and it has … Read More
There will be a rare opportunity to view contemporary mosaics when members of the WA branch of the Mosaic Association MAANZ holds its inaugural exhibition. Mosaics are no longer restricted to being adornments for floors, walls and ceilings in grand buildings or places of worship. Today, mosaics can be seen in schools, hospitals, on public … Read More
Eitan’s 8th solo exhibition. Jewellery and Paintings.
This will be a solo showcase of Shabbi’s latest clay and canvas works, exploring elements of mother nature.
The tribe at So Alive 365 are So excited for you to join us in celebrating So Alive 365 – Flight From Pain solo exhibition and workshops 2018 Opening to the Public Friday 14th Sept until Wednesday 19th Sept11am – 4pm daily by Cat Cronin.and the team at So Alive 365 Can’t wait to meet you … Read More
Artists Kate Floyd and Karina Buckingham, through their shared love of paint, create two distinctive interpretations of biophilia, within the context of contemporary Australian living. Karina’s motivation is outside, painting Western Australian landscapes that focus on the restorative power of our suburban green spaces and precious coastline. Kate explores a more intimate connection with plants. … Read More
This exhibition is an eclectic match of sculpture and paintings. The sculptures are mostly simplistic metaphors, presented through raw and rustic mediums. There is a primitive quality to these works of art and influences are drawn from various third world cultures. A distillation of influences into a personal process of integration is the driver for … Read More
John Grono’s exhibition of sculpture and mixed media opens 6:30pm 29th June to 13th July.
Sandie Walker is a Fremantle based creative macro-photographer, painter and poet. Local creative macro-photographer Sandie Walker invites you to the opening of her solo photography exhibition. GIRL: AN EFFIGY NOT FOR BURNING will take place in the White Gallery, Kidogo Arthouse, Fremantle at 6.30pm Friday 8th June 2018. The exhibition will run from Thursday 7th … Read More
Frame of No Mind by artist Ebony Blackley at Kidogo Arthouse, Fremantle. Runs from 7 to 17 June 11 am – 4 pm. Frame of No-Mind is a collection of works by artist Ebony Blackley who by painting from a state of presence hopes to awaken the viewer to the space between thoughts. Not being … Read More
“Bibliotheca – Tales to Digest”, new works by Pam Langdon – Curated by the Directors of Gallery East. Opens 6pm on Thur 24 May 2018 Floor talks: 2pm Saturday 26 May (the exhibition continues until Sunday 6 June 2018) opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm (except 3rd June) Pam Langdon, whose recent commissions … Read More
The Natural World- lino reduction prints by Helen Clarke Presented by the Directors of Gallery East. Opens 6pm Thur 24 May 2018 Floor talks: 2pm Saturday 26 May (free) (the exhibition continues until Wed 6 June 2018) opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm
You are warmly invited to this rare and one-off opportunity of acquiring works by leading Australian artists on sale from the private collection of emmenent art curator, Christina McGuinness. A Fund Raising exhibition in support of *Origins Centre, Balingup. “STORIES” – an exhibition of Paintings, prints, sculptures, ceramics and textiles collected from throughout Australia for … Read More
This selling exhibition, curated by anthropologist Jan Turner, features canvasses from the deserts of Western Australia and in particular the Ngaanyatjarra Lands. Canvasses gathered over twenty years to tell stories, to communicate, to make explicit, Indigenous concepts, histories and family relationships. Canvasses used as tools of explanation in the contexts of land rights, native title, … Read More