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GALERIE DUSSELDORF

Galerie Düsseldorf was established in 1976 by Directors Magda and Douglas Sheerer
and is Western Australia's longest established private art gallery,
representing contemporary artists and curating regular monthly changing exhibitions.
Initially started in 1976 as an international original print gallery in the ultra new Allendale Square Building
77 St Georges Terrace Perth. Within 4 years the gallery outgrew its small space.
In 1980 the gallery was relocated to larger premises
taking advantage of 320 sq. metres on the first floor of a Victorian Building (The Butterworth Building 1900)
at 890 Hay St Perth City near His Majesty's Theatre.
The Gallery moved from Hay St in 1994 to prepare for the new building project,
leasing a temporary space in Mosman Park whilst the new building was constructed.
This further commitment to the Arts - a new purpose designed building was opened by art historian
Daniel Thomas, Emeritus Director, Art Gallery of South Australia in February 1995.
(Architect Bret M. White)
The new building was opened in February 1995... [ Read all ]

Mosman Park

Australia
Address:
9 Glyde Street, Mosman Park, WA 6012. Tel/Fax: (08) 9384 0890. Web: www.galeriedusseldorf.com.au
Western Australia 6012
Phone: +61 8 93840890
Fax: +61 8 93840890
Website: www.galeriedusseldorf.com.au


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Artists Represented

Su Baker, Susanna Castleden, Douglas Chambers, Lesley Duxbury, Sarah Elson, Caspar Fairhall Galliano Fardin, Pamela Gaunt, Simon Gevers, Richard Giblett, Joss Gregson, Richard Gunning, Marie Hobbs, Bevan Honey, Jill Kempson, Janet Laurence, Brian McKay, Phillip McLeish, Hilarie Mais, Kim Stanley Medlen, Allan Mitelman, Frank Morris, Tom Mùller, Jánis Nedéla, Mark Parfitt, Kevin Robertson, Megan Salmon, David Sequeira, Douglas Sheerer, Mike Singe, Bruce Slatter, Ted Snell, Alex Spremberg, John Teschendorff, Valerie Tring, Joshua Webb, The Estate of Howard H Taylor, The Estate of David Watt.


Current Exhibitions

10 May - 7 June 2009
Bruce Slatter : USAGE

This recent work responds to an ongoing interest in the historical, cultural, social, functional and personal information embedded within commonplace objects.

Ideas of expectation, potential, resourcefulness, common usage and familiar and shared experience are investigated through the adaption and construction of new sculptural objects.

10 May - 7 June 2009

Bevan Honey : RDO

In an eclectic series of drawings and objects Honey presents a number of suites investigating found suburban spaces and the vernacular of materials.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

21 June - 19 July 2009
Alex Spremberg : PERCEPTUAL OBJECTS

Spremberg's paintings and objects are about the world we live in, but are not copies of it, or even representations of it. They are more like an alternative world, a natural history that might have been as a result of the same forces acting on the same matter but in different circumstances. Spremberg like all artists is an adult who has a licence to play and as a result is able to retain the child's insatiable curiosity, always asking what would happen if...? This is the delight of his work.(Extract from catalogue essay Alex Spremberg : PERCEPTUAL OBJECTS 2008)
Simon Blond, Lecturer, Department of Art. School of Design & Art. Curtin University of Technology


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Submission Policy

Galerie Dusseldorf primarily exhibits the work of contemporary West Australian artists and a smaller group of artists from around Australia.
An annual post graduate (exhibition and support) scholarship was commenced in 1998 by the directors of Galerie Düsseldorf / Curtin University. Department of Art.


Location And Getting There

9, Glyde St. Mosman Park WA 6012
1 km from the Swan River and 1 km from the Indian Ocean
Approx 15 mins from Perth along the Stirling Hwy in the direction of Fremantle.
Glyde Steet is directly opposite Mosman Park Railway Station at the traffic lights.
Once in Glyde St look for the large Yellow ochre wall facade at No.9
It's on the left after approx. 150m.
If you are taking the train alight at the Mosman Park railway station.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Douglas Sheerer
Magda Sheerer


Opening Times

Gallery hours: Wed-Fri 11-5pm, Sunday 2-5pm and by appointment, closed public holidays.