23–26 April 2020
Applications to Supermarket 2020 are now open!
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2019.
23–26 April 2020
Applications to Supermarket 2020 are now open!
Deadline to apply: 1 October 2019.

Peek-a-Boo Gallery (Gotham Studios Inc)

Perth, Australia

57 James Street
Northbridge
6003 Perth
Western Australia
Perth, Australia

chez.kkw@optusnet.com.au

Gotham Studios is Western Australia’s longest-running artist-run initiative and Australia’s third-oldest, celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2013. 

An icon of independent art practice in Perth’s inner city, Gotham continues to evolve and flourish against the odds in the tide of economic rationalism. The collective also manages Peek-a-Boo, a 3m2 exhibition space, once dubbed ‘the smallest gallery in the southern hemisphere’.

For Supermarket, the 12 current studio artists* present Gotham City, a group exhibition revisiting the salon format that earned them the gold medal for Visual Art at Perth’s 2013 FringeWorld Festival, for their Le Salon Scintillant silver anniversary exhibition.  

*Mel Dare, Michael Doherty, Caspar Fairhall, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, C. Walker Jackson, Kate Koivisto Wheeler, Kate Leslie, Clare McFarlane, Richard Munsie, Andrew Nicholls, Emily ten Raa, Vyonne Walker

Tegan Jenkins and Kate Leslie, “Looking Through the Shit to See the Stuff”, installation detail, mixed media installation, 3m x 3m, 2012, photo: Tegan Jenkins
Kyle Hughes-Odgers and Sean Morris, “Untitled”, multi-media performance/installation for “Gotham Gone Wild”, Fringe World, 2013, photo: Sean Morris
Gotham Collective, Public Life Drawing, Gotham Gone Wild, Fringe World, 2013, photo: Richard Munsie
Aidan Broderick and Kate Leslie (and Gotham Collective), Clubland drawing (Gotham Collective), Gotham Gone Wild, Fringe World, 2013, photo: Anna Kouts
Emily ten Raa, "Here", oil on board, 2012
Kate Koivisto Wheeler with Pat and Rachel Wheeler, "Uma, the Dude and the Dreamer International", c-type prints in gallery (and digital images on Facebook), installation view, 2013. photo: Kate Koivisto Wheeler