Perth Centre for Photography 


POSTAL 
(m) PO Box 247
Western Australia 6872

LOCATION 
388 Hay St
Subiaco, WA




23 November 2017

Now in its 7th year, Collective is PCP's annual exhibition and fundraiser.
Funds collected go towards PCP's 
future developments, whilst providing an opportunity for photographic
artists to feature their work in a professional 
group exhibition alongside many other talented and
accomplished artists from WA and beyond. 





Collective is an exciting event for anyone who loves photography and who may be thinking about commencing
or adding to their artwork collection. 
It's also a chance for anyone to own their very own piece of new and
collectable photography by emerging and established photographic artists from WA and beyond. 

Funds raised go towards PCP's annual program fund which aims to assist in the development and advancement
of Australian photography.


ANYONE WHO BUYS A TICKET RECEIVES A COLLECTIVE EDITIONED ARTWORK BY A LOCAL, NATIONAL
OR INTERNATONAL ARTIST!



Eventbrite - COLLECTIVE '17: Small Print Edition Opening Party 

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29 November - 2 December 2017
TRANSFORMER

Curtin University - School of Design and Art Photography Graduates

An exhibition featuring student photography from Curtin University’s School of Design and Art
Opening Event Thursday 30 November, 6.30pm
Image © Ethan Blackburn 


7 December - 23 December 2017
Man-Made
Chris Bowes

Man-Made features two experimental bodies of work Sweat (2015) and Celestial Body (2016). 
The projects utilise a common methodology, exploiting a chemical reaction that takes place when sweat comes into contact with black and white darkroom paper. While different visually both series act as self portrait of the artist, expanding upon the photographic mediums ability to record by removing the camera from the image making process and instead creating a document born through a mix of human and photographic chemistry. By using this unorthodox technique Bowes’ seeks to address issues associated with photography, such as its associations with truth and reproducibility, while also establishing a direct connection between himself and the artwork.

Image © Chris Bowes 'Sweat 1', 2015