The selection of works featured in our annual show for collectors represents the culmination of the gallery’s search of collectable pieces from private collections across the country.
Kerry McInnis’ new exhibition is an homage to the River – in all its abundance. These drawings and paintings are imbued with a sense of celebration and respect for the natural element and life force of the River.
Drawing on Western Australia’s landforms and structures, including its rivers, flatlands, and salt pans, the artist's topographic perspectives emphasise the geological and cultural fragility specific to north western regions of the state.
This exhibition represents a celebration of critical ideas and narratives as artists embrace a uniform format of a 40 x 40cm canvas.
Our annual 'Summer Show' features stunning new works from the gallery’s established and early-career artists. Showing concurrently is 'The Monstrous and the Sublime: James Gleeson & Deborah Kelly'.
Drawing is a fundamental and liberating practice that allows artists to express themselves with directness, honesty and freedom.
Dagmar Cyrulla’s new exhibition does not resemble the work that she set out to make at the beginning of the year. Recent Works instead tracks the first-hand experience of the artist living through a pandemic: the inevitable frustrations, the hour-long calls,
Influenced by modernist literature and its characteristic undoing of paradigms and meaning, Carroll’s process deconstructs form and image.
Eleanor Millard’s landscapes arrest the speed of life. In her artworks, the furious pace of the everyday suddenly stops, and gives way to a painted meditation. " I try to paint the stillness
For his new exhibition, 'Tropical Future World', Nigel Sense invokes the instincts and emotions experienced during his overseas trip to South-East Asia, immediately prior to Covid-19.
Featuring ten epic and transcending large-scale paintings.
This group exhibition showcases a collection of impressive contemporary works of art, including new works in stock from the gallery’s stable of artists.
Min-Woo Bang's forthcoming exhibition is a highlight at Wagner Contemporary this year. In his new body of work, the artist expresses an emotional and visual response to recent occurring events: the bush fires and
Al Poulet paints with the urgency of a young artist. “I struggle to look at a work of mine from a week ago, because I think ‘that’s old and I can already do better’,” he explains.
This exhibition features artists who examine the psychology of the human condition and reveal - or subtly suggest - deeper-level emotions and feelings which lie beneath the surface of behaviour and experience.
This April, celebrated artist, Melissa Egan, returns to Wagner Contemporary with her highly anticipated new body of work, "In Your Dreams". Each day, according to Egan, the bushland at her doorstep "sets the stage for something unexpected to happen."