Artworks and Exhibitions at PICA this Autumn and Winter.

Peter Cheng & Molly Biddle
The Superior Animal | Film still, 2015

Radical Ecologies
July 30-September 4
A major group exhibition, Radical Ecologies features artists working at the intersection of environmental, sexual and geopolitical concerns to define new ecologies and unravel old dystopias.


 Laetitia Olivier-Gargano
The mushrooms between my toes 2015, Silicone, human hair, teeth, pigment, glass, biological specimens, found objects

Hatched: National Graduate Show
May 14-July 17
The Hatched: National Graduate Show maps the trends and concerns of Australia’s next generation of emerging contemporary artists. Featuring a selection of the top graduates from 23 art schools across the country.


Gordon Bennett
No Title (15-08-1992 – 1.30pm) 1992
Acrylic on paper, 95x76cm (framed)

Gordon Bennett: Be Polite
September 17-October 30
An exhibition of largely unseen works by one of Australia’s most visionary artists, Gordon Bennett (1955-2014). A curated selection of works on paper comprises drawing, painting, watercolour, poetry, and essays from the early 1990s to the early 2000s.


Justene Williams
Yves Klein Eyes
Film still, 2015

Justene Williams: The Curtain Breathed Deeply
September 17-October 30
The Curtain Breathed Deeply presents a series of recently commissioned video installations by Sydney artist Justene Williams. In this rich environment of pattern,
colour and texture, curtains and screens act as thresholds between the energy of one realm and another.



Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA)
PICA is one of Australia’s leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art. Located in the Perth Cultural Centre, PICA presents a year-round program of changing exhibitions, seasons in contemporary dance, theatre and performance.

Perth Cultural Centre, 51 James Street,
Northbridge, (08) 9228 6300
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