Top 5 Art Galleries in Perth

Discussion in 'Australia/New Zealand/South Pacific' started by Kalboz, May 28, 2012.  |  Print Topic

  1. Kalboz
    Original Member

    Kalboz Gold Member

    Likes Received:
    Status Points:
    Gadfly Gallery
    131B Waratah Avenue, Dalkeith
    The tony Perth suburb of Dalkeith is a realtor paradise that sequesters some of the most expensive property streets in Western Australia. All in all, a lovely spot for a contemporary art gallery precinct, of which Gadfly is a vital element.
    Linton & Kay Fine Art Gallery
    123 Hay Street and 299 Railway Road, Subiaco
    A first name in art in Perth if ever there was one, Linton & Kay manages a wide range of avant-garde Australian and international artists and operates generous gallery spaces to display them all.
    Turner Galleries
    470 William Street
    Previously known to Perth art aficionados as The Church Gallery, Turner Galleries got a new name, brand identity and cosy new digs on William Street in 2007. One of the largest commercial galleries in the city, Turner also sponsors an innovative artist-in-residence programme.
    357 Murray Street
    Form is a lodestar to the collective arts community in Western Australia. The not-for-profit fosters and develops creativity and regional development in the state via manifold initiatives, events and advocacy efforts. A retail space on Murray Street sells some funky stuff from local artisans and craftspersons.
    The Art Gallery of Western Australia
    Perth Cultural Centre, Roe Street
    The fine Art Gallery of Western Australia is a cornerstone of the Perth Cultural Centre, a CBD enclave that also contains the Western Australian Museum, Perth Gaol, Alexander Library, State Records Office and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Share This Page