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Moores Building
Past Exhibitions

The Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery is a City of Fremantle subsidised art facility that promotes a wide range of contemporary art by providing low cost gallery and project spaces in a central location. Located in Fremantle’s historic west end, this heritage-listed venue has been an important part of Fremantle’s art community since 1994.

The Moores has six individual exhibition spaces and supports exhibition development and partnerships with artists, arts organizations and communities by providing subsidized rental spaces, developmental assistance and information services for exhibitors.

The Moores Building
46 Henry Street, Fremantle WA
Galleries open 10am – 4pm, 7 days
Moore & Moore Cafe open 8am - 4pm, 7 days

To find out more about the Moores contact Coordinator Richie Kuhaupt on 08 9432 9898 or

Managed by Fremantle Arts Centre.

Moores Building
Moores Building: Curious Intimacies  
Moores Building: Curious Intimacies
Curious Intimacies is an exhibition of works on paper by Robert Ewing. His intriguing landscapes hint at former histories, evoking a sense of the familiar and the unknown.
08 October 2016 - 23 October 2016
Moores Building: Frankenstein: Some Assembly Required  
Moores Building: Frankenstein: Some Assembly Required
As part of Fremantle Festival, Feet First Collective presents Frankenstein: Some Assembly Required, an art exhibition by day and immersive theatre experience by night. Descend into a world of creation and destruction in this re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
27 October 2016 - 06 November 2016
Moores Building: SHOTS  
Moores Building: SHOTS
SHOTS is a group exhibition of contemporary photography curated by Rick Bawden that explores the medium's diversity.
12 November 2016 - 20 November 2016
Moores Building: The things that make me different  
Moores Building: The things that make me different
The things that make me different features paintings by a selection of local artists investigating questions of identity.
26 November 2016 - 11 December 2016