Exhibition – Two One – Define Nothing – Backwoods Gallery – Collingwood

Damn, It’s July already, how did that happen? … Ok, so Two One has his latest show coming up in a couple of weeks at Backwoods Gallery called “Define Nothing”. From his awesome elephant throwies back in the day, some of the amazing pieces and collaborations he’s done lately, to his intricate gallery work make Hiro one of my favourite artists in Melbourne.

From the Backwoods press release: “Hiroyasu Tsuri describes his work as “psychological portraits and metaphorical landscapes”; subconscious observations and inverted dreams represented with an earthy expressionism.

Hiroyasu gained his fame on the streets under the name TwoOne. His alter ego has dominated the Australian landscape over the past decade, earning him a reputation as one of Australia’s hardest working and most ambitious young artists.

Recently, Hiroyasu’s focus on studio work has allowed him to find a new audience, exhibiting in major galleries across Australia.

In July, Hiroyasu will return to Backwoods Gallery with “Define Nothing”, a expansive collection of philosophical contemplations presented through sculpture and works on paper.

“Define Nothing” opens on the 12th of July and runs until the 28th at Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.”

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Two One – Define Nothing

Check some of his latest street work below plus some teasers from the show.

Who: Two One
What: Define Nothing
Where: Backwoods Gallery – 25 Easey st – Collingwood.
When: Opens on the 12th of July 6-9pm and runs until the 28th of July.
Facebook event page here.

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Luke McManus is an IT project manager by day, and by night (and any other spare time he gets) a street art and graffiti fan, collector and photographer. Luke has been interested in street art since the explosion in Melbourne in the mid 2000s, in particular stencils and paste ups. Since then Luke has always been a keen follower Melbourne’s street art and graffiti scene and of street art worldwide. Luke’s purpose for documenting and blogging about street art and graffiti is to share with the world the amazing talent in the street art and graffiti scene in Melbourne (and sometimes from other parts of Australia).