If you’re a fan of Jeremyville, then you will know what his “CSA” series is. For those not in the know, CSA stands for Community Service Announcement, an ongoing project where Jeremyville draws a new message every day, and posts it to his Facebook page every morning, from his New York studio.
From now, until 31st August, Jeremyville is displaying 20 handpicked CSA’s from his collection and showing them at Lane Four . Get down to The Galeries (Where Lane Four is located) and check it out.
Adnate is one of Melbourne’s finest.
His style is instantly recognisable and his portrait work and rendering is top notch.
Adnate is opening his solo show “Lost Culture” at RTIST Gallery on the 7th of June. It will be showcasing a series of full and ‘half’ portraits focusing on 3 different historical cultures, Tibetan, Persian and Indigenous Australian. All of the figures in this series have been produced in spraypaint in his realistic style and is a retrospective to his current street work.
Opens 7PM; 7th of June @ RTIST. Adnate has established himself as a unique Street-Portrait Artist. His realistic style is the signature to his work, using spray paint as his main medium.
Reka has been painting a bunch of nice walls lately, this one is definitely a stand out. Check out more photos over at the Everfresh blog.
Phibs is without a doubt, one of Australia’s most prominent graffiti artists. After his successful show in Melbourne, he is bringing his collection of work on canvas, paper and & found object to Kind Of Gallery in Sydney. Check out the flyer below for more details.
RONE has just come home from a recent trip to London and Paris where he was painting a couple of walls and exhibiting with Zero Cool, alongside Tom French. Check out some photos of the walls below, and see more photos from his trip here and here.
Backwoods Gallery is thrilled to announce the latest exhibition of iconic Melbourne artist Ghostpatrol. Cosmic Scale and the Super Future runs from Friday 18 May to Wednesday 13 June and will comprise of five large scale acrylic paintings on linen.
Across this new series of paintings, the artist imagines shapes and forms created in the super future, beyond human kind in the great transformations of matter and dark matter in the cosmos. Far from intense in nature, with Ghostpatrol’s highly stylised worlds are inhabited by characters as curious about their place on the canvas as their artist is about his in the cosmos.
Ghostpatrol: Cosmic Scale and the Super Future
Friday 18 May (opening night) ~ Wednesday June, 2012
25 Easey Street, Collingwood, Victoria
This year for Sydney’s Head On Photo Festival kind of — periodical will be hosting 4 photographic exhibitions.
To begin with, opening Thursday May 3rd, 6pm is “Ingrained”. The show will run till Sunday the 13th May.
A joint show with Andrew Peters, Daniel Farrell, Garry Trinh and Sam Stephenson.
Followed by “100 Bedrooms” by Ellen Disaster, opening Thursday 17th May, 6pm and running till Sunday 27th, 6pm.
Finally a group show — “15”, opening Thursday 31st May, 6pm up until Sunday 3rd June, 6pm.
The good folk at Aus Infront present Visual Response 06 Exhibit at The Standard. An exhibition of printed work, and also the re-launch of their website! More details here and below:
“Join us for an exhibition of 10 works submitted by the Australian Infront community on the theme of ‘Native’ in the latest Visual Response competition.
The beers are on Asahi, the works are looking great and it will be our website relaunch too.”
Two One is without a doubt one of our favourite artists in Australia. Even more so after seeing what he’s been up to. It seems like he’s stepped into a new level with his work, which we’re really into. It’s always exciting when an artist discovers a new thread.
Check out this new wall he painted in Collingwood, near Backwoods Gallery. It is impressive in every sense of the word. Size, length, colour scheme….everything. We love it. See more photos and the joinup here.