Current Exhibition


 7 May - 4 June 2022 

The final in a series of four exhibitions celebrating 4 decades of APW.

Featuring: Rick Amor, Graham Badarri, Susan Baran, Anita Bragge, Jon Cattapan, Janangoo Butcher Cherel, Megan Cope, Vicki Couzens, Lesley Duxbury, Ben Fong, Julie Gough, Petr Herel, Kitty Kantilla, Yangkana Laurel & Steven Laurel, Gurrundul Marawili, Dhuwarrwarr Marika, Jennifer Marshall, Ngarralja Tommy May, Ron McBurnie, Bruce Nabegeyo, Peter O’Doherty, Ledua Peni, Ann Rado, William Robinson, Jan Senbergs, Julia Silvester, Andrew Sinclair, Anne Starling, Chris Wallace-Crabbe and Thompson Yulidjirri.

This year is a celebration of this significant achievement – providing insights to the enormous breadth and power of contemporary Australian Printmaking and our role in supporting Artists to produce original fine art prints. We look forward to bringing you a program of commemorative print projects, exhibitions, artist scholarships and public events to mark this milestone.

Part of this celebration will include a series of four exhibitions at APW Gallery. Curated from our extensive archive collection of workshop proofs, these exhibitions showcase key works by a selection of the many artists who have been involved in APW’s print programs over the years. Works by many of Australia's leading contemporary artists will be featured.

Curated around the broad themes of ‘The Natural World’, ‘Figuration’, ‘Abstract, Line & Colour’ and ‘Place’ these exhibitions reveal the diversity of print mediums and techniques practiced in our much-loved printmaking studios. APW’s history as a centre of innovation is reflected in the bold and challenging nature of these works which have been produced through the support of APW’s various print programs including: Special Projects, Commissions, Scholarships, Artist-in-Residence and Fellowship Programs.

Australian Print Workshop Gallery
210 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065
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Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm

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Australian Print Workshop Gallery is fully wheelchair accessible. A designated disabled parking space is located on Gertrude Street, just a few doors away from the APW Gallery main entrance. No need to call ahead, just come on in.