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Silver – Artrage 25

Silver - Artrage 25

In 2008 Artrage celebrates its 25th Anniversary. The SILVER exhibition explores visual practice in Perth over the last 25 years referencing key artists, contributors, exhibitions, artist-run initiatives (ARIs) and galleries that have been linked to ARTRAGE programs. This survey exhibition also shines a spotlight on the career trajectories of selected artists, some of whom are now based interstate and overseas. Co-curators Marcus Canning and Andrew Gaynor, with their combined involvement in ARTRAGE dating back to 1988, bring what they describe as an ‘unashamedly personal’ curatorial eye to a survey that will utilise all of PICA’s exhibition spaces and run during the 2008 ‘SILVER’ ARTRAGE Festival.

Participating Artists include:
Sam Abercromby, James Angus, Cathy Blanchflower, Aadje Bruce, Marcus Canning, Paul Caporn, Peter Carlino, Stuart Clipston, Belinda Cobby, Tim Courtley, Mark Cypher, Jo Darbyshire, Bec Dean, Patrick Doherty, James Doohan, Pilar Mata Dupont & Tarryn Gill, Michelle Elliot, Stuart Elliot, Andrew Gaynor, Richard Giblett, Rodney Glick, Martin Heine, Mick Hender & Lucas Ihlein, Steven Holland, Alin Huma, Tony Jones, Richie Kuhaupt, Emma Langridge, Jamie Macchuisi, Tim Maslen & MEHRA, Kate McMillan, Mark McPherson, Bennett Miller, Steve Morgana, Tom Muller, Andrew Nicholls, Conor O’Brien, Simon Pericich, Trevor Richards, Mike Singe, Rose Skinner, Justin Smith, Laurie Smith, Arlene Texta Queen, Shaun Wake-Mazey, David Watt, Josh Webb, WHAT, Cecile Williams.