Must-see art exhibitions this winter in Perth

Last Updated: 22 Jun 2022
Alivia Nunn

When the weather gets cold and rainy, it's hard to find things to do that won't compromise your warmth. Luckily, Perth is home to art galleries that host exhibitions from incredible artists, featuring paintings, sculptures, and even virtual art. Even more so, world-famous exhibitions have stopped over in WA. Stay warm and dry this winter, and check out the current art exhibitions showing in Perth.

Van Gogh Alive

May 27 to Aug 7

Van Gogh Alive is currently the most visited multi-sensory experience in the world. After visiting 65 cities worldwide, the highly-anticipated Van Gogh Alive exhibition has made its way to Perth. Due to overwhelming popularity, they have extended their showing and released extra tickets up until August 7. Immerse yourself in the works of Vincent Van Gogh in a brilliant display of light, music and art. This exhibition is incredibly popular, so book in advance and grab tickets early to avoid missing it before it leaves Perth.


May 7 to Jul 31

The Revealed exhibition showcases new and emerging Aboriginal artists from all across Western Australia. The exhibition offers a unique snapshot of emerging Aboriginal art practice from across Western Australia, featuring over 250 artworks from 100 artists. Currently on display at Fremantle Art Centre, the gallery is filled with an abundance of differing artworks, including paintings, installations, textiles, photography, print media, videos, jewellery, weaving and sculptures. Check it out by heading down to Fremantle Arts Centre.

Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition

April to July

Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel has taken over the Naval Store in Fremantle, bringing to life the incredible artworks of Michelangelo. The exhibition is an up-close, life-size, and never before seen perspective of the Sistine Chapel. The visit includes a self-guided audio tour, where you can learn about Michelangelo's life and understand the inspiration behind his masterpieces. This one won't be here for long and will be finishing up at the end of July, so grab tickets now to avoid missing out on this once in a lifetime exhibition.

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