EXHIBITION: he | she | they is a selection of work on display at the Painted Tree Gallery in Northcliffe. The show is on loan from the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery with support from the City of Bunbury.
The chosen theme (he|she|they) is an exploration of gender identity. The exhibition aims to explore notions of inclusion and accessibility, to bring an awareness and understanding of how gender diversity plays out in contemporary culture and what it means to artists living and working in the Perth metropolitan area and throughout regional Western Australia.
Featured works were originally shown in the 2021 Bunbury Biennale. The Bunbury Biennale is a major West Australian contemporary art event with an acquisitive component. It was initiated in 1993 with the aim to acquire new works from the Biennale to expand and diversify the City of Bunbury Art Collection. For the first time, the 2021 Biennale provided a theme with the purpose of presenting a cohesive survey of WA contemporary arts practices.
The exhibition is open 9am to 4pm daily. Entry is free.
The Painted Tree Gallery is located at the Northcliffe Information & Visitor Centre
Visitors are advised that there is an artwork in the exhibition that features images of nudity that some views may find confronting. if you are a parent it is your responsibility to view the exhibition before allowing your child to enter the gallery. We recommend that Under 18s are supervised by a parent or guardian.