EXHIBITION ARCHIVE - Spring / Summer 1998

(The Galerie Düsseldorf Website went on line in October 1998)

11 October - 1 November 1998:


Recollection of Memory

Sculptures and Prints

Since his early years of study in Perth in the late 1970's
Akio Makigawa has gone on to build a national and international reputation
for his public sculpture and installation work. This exhibition following
his recent Artist in Residency at the Claremont School of Art, involves
earlier ideas and architectural concerns. It symbolizes at the same time
an act of deep personal philosophical resolution.


Waiting Outside the Garden

Jewellery and Vessels

Originally from Western Australia, Carlier Makigawa is one of Australia's
leading jewellers and object makers and is head of the Jewellery department
at the Melbourne RMIT . She exhibits internationally and her work is held
in major public and private collections throughout Australia and overseas.

8 - 29 November 1998


Street Works and Homages

Paintings 1996-1998

Thomas Hoareau has for many years concerned himself with
the day to day changes that take place in our cities with particular emphasis
on Perth. Nothing is taken for granted as the seemingly ordinaire becomes
the focal point for a deeper painterly reflection.

6 - 20 December 1998


'whose lost is his found ...and other recent paintings'

Jon Plapp was born in Melbourne in 1938, He studied at the
Universities of Melbourne and Washington, St Louis, USA. living in Toronto
Canada, from 1968 until 1977. Non-objective abstract paintings with titles
such as 'tomorrow is our permanent address' are shown in this his first
solo exhibition in Perth.

All material correct at the time of publishing
16 February 2000. Exhibition details are always subject to change.

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