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Trevor Vickers is one of the most highly regarded artists currently working in Western Australia.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday – Saturday 12–4pm or by appointment
  • Galleries:Artist Studio

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  • Galleries:Artist Studio
  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

Trevor has been exhibiting for almost 50 years primarily in Melbourne and Perth. He exhibited in the 1970s at the avant-garde Pinacotheca Gallery in Melbourne alongside Australia’s most significant conceptual and post-object artists. He also exhibited at the seminal ‘Field’ exhibition in 1968 at the reopening of the National Gallery of Victoria. Arguably the most important single exhibition in Australian art history the exhibition included young artists committed to hard-edged abstraction.

He is represented by Art Collective WA as well as major art galleries and museums across Australia and in numerous corporate collections such as Wesfarmers and Bankwest.

Trevor is an active member of the WA art community, and is co-chair of Art Collective WA, who hold his work in their Cathedral Square gallery.

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