Exhibition

Trevor Richards: Roll the Tape

Shark Bay World Heritage & Discovery Centre

March 3 to April 25

About this exhibition

Roll the Tape surveys works by esteemed Western Australian artist Trevor Richards from the past 20 years.

Fremantle artist Trevor Richards is known for hard-edge abstract paintings and three dimensional wall works that feature bold colour, geometric motifs and sleek surfaces. His work draws on a wide range of historic and contemporary sources, including Islamic and mosaic tile patterning, architectural modelling and tessellations, distilled through a distinctive minimalist aesthetic. Richards also takes his work into the built environment through site specific interventions in galleries and public space, applying pattern and colour to floors, walls, windows and roads.

Trevor Richards, Sequence, 2015. Image courtesy artist.
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Venue

Shark Bay World Heritage & Discovery Centre

Address

55 Knight Terrace, Denham WA 6537, Australia

ARTIST

Trevor Richards (WA)

MEDIUMS

Painting, Sculpture

INSTALLATION

Approx. 50 running metres

ACT-BELONG-COMMIT

Act-Belong-Commit Artist on the Move in schools and galleries
Act-Belong-Commit ARTBUS
Act-Belong-Commit Learning Resource (includes activities, ideas and background)
Act-Belong-Commit Public programs

MARKETING

Marketing Kit (includes e-invitation template, artwork for hard copy invitation, media release, promotional images, logos and acknowledgements)

INTERPRETATION MATERIALS

Exhibition and sponsorship panels
Artwork labels
Exhibition brochures (free for distribution)

TOUR DURATION

September 2021 – March 2023. Available WA and iterstate

Cost Share

ART ON THE MOVE Members: $4,000 (inc. GST)
Non-Members: $4,500 (inc. GST)

Crates

2021

July 30 - August 29
Goldfields Arts Centre

2022

March 3 - April 25
Shark Bay World Heritage Discovery & Visitor Centre

2023

February 9 - March 23
Carnarvon Library & Gallery
June 12 - July 30
Collie Art Gallery
August 4 - September 17
Katanning Art Gallery

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