The live art and auction event sees five artists go head-to-head to create pieces sold on the night.

The Corner Gallery in Subiaco is bringing back collaborative live art exhibition, Photobomb, which aims to bring together painting and photography in one event.

During the event, which takes place on Friday 1 September, photos will be randomly assigned to each artist who will then have to incorporate their artwork into each photograph.

They have two hours to complete the task in front of a live audience, who will then vote for their favourite.

The finished artwork will also silent auctioned, with sales divided between the artist, photographer, the gallery and a nominated charity.

The participating photographers are Jarrad Seng, Jordan Cantelo, Andrew Semark, Jake Rotham & Tessa Kit Zawadzki, and the artists involved are Brenton See, Smij, Liam Dee, The Design Skeleton & Katie Mate.

There’ll be a number of live music performances on the night from Western Kinsmen of the Sun, Marmalade Mama and Candy Guts.

Photobomb takes place on Friday September 1 at The Corner Gallery, Subiaco. Find out more.

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