Perth Centre for Photography 
ABN: 88 341 268 815

(m) PO Box 247
Western Australia 6872
(ph): +61  (08) 9321 4457

New opening hours!
Now open on Wednesday,
closed on Sunday 
Wed + Thur + Fri 12pm - 5pm
Sat 12pm - 4pm
Closed on public holidays.


PCP's annual exhibition & silent auction fundraiser

Collective is PCP's annual group exhibition and auction showcasing collectable photographic work by
emerging and established, local, national and international artists.

Collective offers the unique chance for artists to exhibit alongside other artists in a professional gallery
space whilst also providing the opportunity to all who enjoy photography, to purchase collectable work
by emerging and established photo artists at accessible prices. Funds raised at Collective are directed
back to the artists and to PCP's annual program development fund.

Each year the exhibition presents a range of collectable photographic artworks, unique limited edition
print sets and signed photo books available for purchase.

In 2015, Felicity Johnston (Curator), and Internationally renowned photographer Graham Miller selected
a dynamic mix of over 35 collectable photographic artworks by
 established Australian and international
 The exhibition was of a very high calibre and the event was a sell-out success with record attendance
numbers at the opening night. 

'Collective 2016' is set to open for submissions in the second half of 2016. The theme will once again be
open and guest curator/s will make a selection of approximately 35 artworks from submissions.

Submissions will be open for all PCP Members 
or anyone willing to become a new member. 

Opening soon for submissions

Become a Member now

Add your name to our opening night guest list


Images © Bec Mansel


14 October 2016 - 12 November 2016

Established in 2009, the City of Perth Photographic Commissions invites professionally renowned
photographers to capture our city at a particular moment in time.

In order to demonstrate the various ways of viewing and interacting with Perth two commissions were
established, one focusing on the architecture that forms the structure of the city, and the other examining
Perth in broader terms to represent elements of our social landscape. 

In 2015 local artists Graham Miller and Jacqueline Ball were selected to present Perth with work created
for the City of Perth Photographic Commission.