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Exhibition – Stormie Mills – FTW – Metro Gallery – Armadale

After catching up with Stormy in Perth for PUBLIC, we’re g;ad to announce he’s coming to Melbourne for his latest show at Metro Gallery next week!!! The preview works below look amazing, so were looking forward to seeing what he comes up with for the show. We’ll see you at the opening.

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Who: Stormie Mills.

What: ‘FTW’.

When: Next Thursday the 25th of Sept from 6pm. Runs until the 12th of October.

Where: Metro Gallery. 1214 High Street Armadale.

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Exhibition – Revolver Staff Art Show – Seasons Of Change Spring – Revolver – Prahran

If your looking for something to do this Friday night, get down to Revolver and check out Seasons of change spring exhibition.

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Who: Revolver arts

What: Seasons of change spring.

When: This Friday the 5th of September.

Where: At Revolver upstairs.

Facebook event  here

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Event – Heist – International Urban and Contemporary Art Exhibition – At Juddy Roller

Heist, an international urban and contemporary art exhibition presented by New Hunting Ground and Juddy Roller Studios will open its doors on 6pm Friday 15th of August.

Coinciding with the Melbourne Art Fair, Heist will bring together some of the worlds most infamous and collectible street and contemporary artists under one roof for one weekend only. Conveniently located only a short walk away from the Melbourne Art Fair, the exhibition is located in a unique warehouse space in one of Fitzroy, Melbourne’s most colourful lane ways.

Heist will showcase a diverse selection of local and international urban contemporary artists. Showing internationally acclaimed artists on the same walls as the best emerging talent around, Heist aims to bridge the gap between the serious collector and the casual art fan. Located within Juddy Roller Studios, a well-known hub for both local and international artists, Heist is set to be the most innovative and high profile urban art group show of the year.

New Hunting Ground is curated by Shaun Hossack, the founder of Juddy Roller Studios and the annual ILL-Logic Outdoor Art Festival. Heist is a part of an ongoing series of pop-up exhibitions located in and around Melbourne. The show will feature artists from Europe, Australia and North America. The lineup includes Adnate, Sofles, Smug, Blek Le Rat, Mathew Johnson, Li-Hill, Ears, E.L.K, Lucy Lucy, Choq, Mayonaize and more.

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NEW HUNTING GROUND and JUDDY ROLLER Presents HEIST

Friday August 15th, 6pm

Sponsored by Cricketers Arms

Corner Johnston & Chapel Street, Fitzroy.
Entrance on Chapel St.

www.juddyroller.com.au

Face book event here

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Event – Bright Lights – By Numskull – At Backwoods Gallery

If you are looking for something to do friday night, then get along to Backwoods Gallery, and check out Bright Lights featuring Sydney artist Numskull

“Having not exhibited in Melbourne for over a decade, Numskull’s long awaited return also marks his first showing with Backwoods Gallery. Bright Lights is a series of paintings and sculptures that continue on from his recent residency at the Museums Quartier in Vienna where he celebrated our memories of popular comic book characters by reinterpreting them as a collection of museum busts.

Much like the works from Vienna, where the compositional arrangements of objects partially masked the identity of the characters, this new suite aims to subjugate the obvious. In Bright Lights, the immediately recognisable figures have disappeared. In their place are silhouettes of headless beings devoid of any distinctive personality, anonymous and statuesque. Their bodies are jolted by the blows of arrows piercing their skin as they float amongst a wreckage of irregular patterned objects.”

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Who: Numskull.

What: Bright Lights.

When: This Friday the 31st of July at 6pm to August the 10th.

Where: Backwoods Gallery, at 25 Easey street Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria.

Facebook event page here

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Snapshots – Eno – Drawing Blood – Backwoods Gallery

Caught up with Eno at Backwoods Gallery for his show Drawing Blood, here are a bunch shots I got while trying to juggle a cold beer in the other hand..

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Eno – Drawing Blood

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Snapshots – James Reka – Untold – Backwoods Gallery

For those who missed James Reka’s show “Untold”, check out the shots I was able to get while it was on down at Backwoods Gallery in Collingwood.

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Snapshots – E.L.K – Charlie Foxtrot – Metro Gallery

We headed down to check out E.L.K.s show last week, and it was a damn fine show indeed, everything we had expected it would be an more.

On a side note, theres a great interview with E.L.K. with Alex McCulloch over at his podcast site, and if you want to know a bit more about the story behind the show go check it out.

While you’re listening, check out the images below!

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Snapshots – Girls of the Underworld – Kult Gallery – Singapore

Last Friday, we attended the Kult gallery exhibition, Girls of the underworld. The show showcased works of 34 female artists of various backgrounds. It featured works such as paintings, sculptures to installations, they had it all. Although the gallery is a fair bit of a walk from the main road it was worth it.

Below are some of the photographs of the exhibition.

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Exhibition – Girls Of The Underworld – Kult Gallery – Singapore

Make no mistake, we’re fans of the shit that Kult Gallery does up in Singapore – we had a chance to visit there last year, and meet some of the crew involved, and they were fantastic. so whenever we see a show on there, we’re more than happy to tell you all about it-if you’re in the area, you should always make it to see one!! This time up, its an all-female lineup with Girls of the Underworld.

“Kult Gallery presents ‘Girls of the Underworld’, a group show of young female artists that examines what it means to be female in today’s Asian society. Kult invited 34 Singapore-based female artists to create a new piece of work that captures their perspective on living and working in fast-paced modern Asia. This is done through exploring subjects such as music, identity, pop TV & movie culture. Artists were given freedom to create their works using various mediums, such as painting, drawing, silkscreening, collaging, and even animated GIFs as a form of artistic conversation. The show features local female artists such as Adeline Tan, Dawn Ang, Inkten, Kristal Melson, Soph Ong and Tiffany Tan. Says Kult’s Curators, “We are currently witnessing a boom of creativity in Singapore, especially amongst the female community. ‘Girls of the Underworld’ aims to capture and celebrate this phenomenon.” Catch this female phenomenon of 33 new artists. The jilted generation of brought up on Asian pop culture, the age of mass communication and information overload. See them join forces in a special dedicated show marking the rise of this movement. Come and see how these girls are rocking the world of illustration, graphics and contemporary art.”

It’s not easy as an artist to make a career in Singapore doing what it is you love, and although its getting (somewhat) better for creatives there in recent times, its shows like this are an important part of pushing new artists out into the public eye – so you should check it out, and go and support it, the artists and Kult!!

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Who:  Mightyellow (Adeline Tan), Allison M Low, Amanda Ang, Carmen Chen, Caramelaw, Cherryn Yap, Dawn Ang (Aeropalmics), Dewi Marie Vincoy, Ella Zheng, Emma Maxwell, Esther Goh, Farah Hannah, Fleecircus, Inkten Sufina, IVILS, Izziyana Suhaimi, Joyce Lee, Kristal Melson, Lui Yiling, Lydia Bindi, Marilyn Goh Yun Jin, Mary Bernadette, Yu Michelle, Moon Malek, Nataliette, Nazneen Aziz @seeulteriormotifs, Sharmila Roseli, Sheryo, Sheryl Yap, Sharon Yang (PAYNK), Soph Ong, Tiffany Tan, Winnie Wu
What: Girls Of The Underworld group show
Where: Kult Gallery, C2-5, 11 Upper Wilkie Road, Singapore 228120
When: The exhibition opens on Friday, 30th May 2014, 5pm at Kult Gallery and will run until Saturday 28 June 2014.

Check out the facebook event page and Kult gallery for more info on the show.

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Snapshots & Video – Adnate – Beyond The Lands

What can we say about Adnates show at Metro Gallery thats on right now? Beautiful. One of the best shows from a Melbourne street artist we’ve seen. Respectful. All the things that others have said many times over the past two weeks … but, really, what we feel about this show is that we’re pretty proud, not only of Adnate himself and the gorgeous work he did for it, but proud that Melbournes general public has seen fit to fall in love with his work, and truly validate all the countless hours that he has spent striving over the years to make his way as an artist. If a sold show at Metro Gallery doesn’t show that a graff artist, with enough hard work and unfaltering determination, can really live the dream and do what he loves doing, then we don’t know what does.

The opening for Beyond The Lands was amazing – from the speeches, to the traditional dancers, to the sheer amount of people attending, to the massive, but humble, smile we saw on Adnates face. It’s still on, and you should go see it.

The following are a bunch of shots that Dave Russell got of the works himself, as well as the awesome video that Michael Danischewski did for the whole thing.We loved it, and can’t wait to see what Adnate does next.

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