Peter Matulich is primarily a photographer, and he uses his photographs of Perth buildings as the source imagery for his mixed media paintings.

The fidelity to detail comes from Matulich's deep connection with Perth not only as a landscape but also the stories that these buildings represent. 

Material sensitivity, urban landscapes and local histories converge in Matulich's paintings, which are sure to stir up nostalgia for the gritty urban Perth of yesteryear. 

Matulich's work has recently featured on the cover of San Cisco's 2015 album Graceland.

Screening Times:
1-7 March: 6pm
8-14 March: 10am
15-21 March: 2pm
22-31 March: 6pm

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

James Street Amphitheatre, James Street, Northbridge

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