Opening: Rae Begley’s debut photo exhibition ‘Annapurna’


Sydney artist Rae Begley’s incredible photographic series, Annapurna opens tomorrow night at Mild Manners Project Gallery in Surry Hills. It’s the last exhibition for a busy 2014 for the gallery.

Captured entirely on 35mm film, Begley’s work is a reflection on the contrasting elements seen in the extremes of nature. Majestic and spiritual, the sacred valleys and ranges are captured around an altitude of 4000m in the heartland of the Annapurna ranges and they depict a rapidly evolving landscape.

Opening Tuesday, December 16th 5-8pm
Exhibition continues daily until the 20th. 

M.M.P.G
Level 1, 499 Crown St 
Surry Hills (above Title Store)

VIEW THE CATALOGUE HERE. 

 

 

Recap: Remio ‘Subconscious Rumours’

Remio’s first exhibition in Australian kicked off this week at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Melbourne with a great crowd. The rare Colby prints sold out in a matter of minutes… Most of the other work following soon after. The exhibition, Subconscious Rumours remains open until November 9 .

Photos: Michael Danischewski

There are a handful of these limited edition USPS screen prints ($75 each – unframed) remaining, for interest email info@mild-manners.com

Sneak Peek: Remio’s show opens in Melbourne

Remio is a bit of a mystery man and he prefers it that way. A prolific graffiti artist originally from Norway, he has found a way to make his mark in almost every country in the world.

Now an RVCA special edition artist, he was recommended by friends Barry McGee and Os Gemeos. Like many of his peers refining their skills at street level, Remy has already started making a successful entry into the gallery and museum world.

His Melbourne solo exhibition,  Subconscious Rumours opens this Thursday, October 23 from 5-8pm at the RVCA Corner Gallery, 82 Stanley St, Collingwood. Exhibition will continue until Mid November.

Alongside a host of new paintings, there are a handful of editioned prints available on the night. Don’t sleep on getting there early.

Photos: Mike Danischewski

Recap: Trent Whitehead – If Not Now, When?

Trent Whitehead’s first exhibition in over four years has just wrapped up at the new M.M.P.G. space in Sydney’s Surry Hills. The exhibition featured mind blowing painting and sculptural works, with a meticulous detail that he’s developed a reputation for. The exhibition heads south to Melbourne in a couple of months time but before then, you can view all of the remaining work HERE.

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Opening: James Jirat Patradoon – Hydra

Sydney based illustrator James Jirat Patradoon‘s new exhibition opens this week, featuring a series of large scale graphite works on paper aiming to channel the manic energy of the way we experience imagery online. Some incredible images below of these works in progress from the past few weeks. You’ll see these finished and in all their glory at the opening.

‘Hydra’ opens Thursday 28th of August at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Melbourne before moving up to Sydney next month.

 

 

 

 

 

Outdoors: Shida in Brisbane

Job done, nothing is stopping this guy of late! Mik Shida, making the most of his last couple of weeks in Australia before another European stint has just completed this incredible tunnel installation in Brisbane’s CBD. If you’re up that way, his solo exhibition Mythographies is still on show at the Brisbane Powerhouse until September 8. 

 

 

 

 

 

Mik Shida wraps up at the Brisbane Powerhouse

TAMARA AND THE DEMON by SHIDAHaving toured this exhibition through Melbourne and Sydney, it’s fitting that it’s final stop is his hometown of Brisbane at the iconic Powerhouse. Mythographies is a multi-layered record of Shida’s progress as an artist, these painting and hardwood sculptural works let his imagination lead the path, creating a series of self proclaimed ‘spiritscapes’.

Mythographies, presented by Mild Manners Gallery and The Brisbane Powerhouse opens tomorrow evening, Wednesday 13th and then continues until September 8.

More details here. 

Never one to rest for long, he’s also mid way through an impressive mural covering the Creek st tunnel in Brisbane City before he jets of to Europe. Below is a picture taken this morning, still very much a work in progress, we’ll post some images of the completed wall next week.

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Opening: WAYDAT? – Sydney

Opening end of this week in Sydney is a MASSIVE group exhibition featuring sixteen of New York and Los Angeles most talented young artists. What Are You Doing After This? (WAYDAT?) Features work by Alex Olson, Tino Razo, Neckface, Fuck This Life, Christopher Shonting, Curtis Buchanan, Nina Long, Jerry Hsu, Jeffrey Potocar, Kevin Long, Leo Fitzpatrick, Meryl Smith, Bill Strobeck, Lele Saveri, Atiba Jefferson & Todd Jordan.

Opens Friday 2nd of May, 6 – 9pm
Continues until end of the month

RVCA Downstairs Gallery
84 Oxford St, Paddington, NSW Australia.

 

 

 

Opening: French ‘Black Veil’ in Melbourne

These intricate drawings take reference from historical photographs of the protective masks soldiers used while working with and testing chemical weapons in the First and Second World Wars. Often referred to as Black Veils, these primitive masks included canvas and rubber technologies far surpassed in this day and age. Alongside the exhibition, Mild Material has released a limited run publication, available on the night.
Opens Thursday 20th March 6-9pm. 
Then remaining open Friday / Saturday 11am – 6pm 
True East
82 Stanley St (Corner of Wellington St)
Collingwood. Victoria
 

 

 

 


Opening: Thursday – DMOTE, Will Lynes & Nathan Pickering in MELBOURNE

Tomorrow night in Melbourne, ‘Full Serve’ featuring new work by Dmote, Will Lynes and Nathan Pickering opens at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Collingwood.

A long while between drinks, Dmote’s new works reference more of his bright graffiti character styles than the intricate detailed works he is known for. The works, including a replica shop front, are on show traditional sign painters Will and Nathan from Lynes & Co.

Head along if you’re in town, it’ll be one not to miss. Sydney, your turn later this month.