Kalamunda Modern

10-12 Stirk Street, Kalamunda   0403064033

Kalamunda Modern is a new, commercial gallery exhibiting the work of professional, international artists interspersed with cameo presentations. All artwork is unique and exclusive to Kalamunda Modern.

In Brief
  • Artists: International Artists
  • Category: Art Gallery
  • Dealer Category: Contemporary, Painting, Sculpture
  • Gallery Category: Ceramics, Drawing, Glass, Installation, Mixed, Painting, Sculpture
In Detail

Kalamunda Modern is housed in the most singular building in Kalamunda. Built of rammed earth, it was designed and built by Roman Antoniuk also known for his work on the Yagan Memorial in the Swan Valley. The gallery's recognition is a huge, rammed earth, bobtail lizard, sculpted by Roman Antoniuk and the curved wall at the entrance to the gallery.

Kalamunda lies in the Perth hills east of the city centre. It is the gateway to nearby beauty spots and vineyards and is associated with some of Australia's greatest artists: Howard Taylor, Guy Grey-Smith, Elise Blumann and Robert Juniper.

Kalamunda Modern was inaugurated by John Day, Minister for Culture and the Arts and opened to the public on Friday 20th May 2016 exhibiting the work of international artists Georg Thumbach and Akashi Murakami.

Further exhibitions have included  the Australian glass artist Matthew Curtis and German painter Angelika Sieger.


                                                                The current exhibition: 

Godfrey Blow paintings and Marc Leib, winner of the 2017 Tom Malone Prize for glass  2017 was opened on 9th July 2017 by Duncan Ord, OAM Director General of the Department of Culture and theArts,  Perth, Western Australia.

                                                   Exhibition: 12th July - 5th August 2017

                                                   Wednesday - Saturday   11 a.m. - 5 p.m.




Opening Times
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