Mark Alsweiler / Otis Hope carey / Bart Celestino
Michael Bennett / Nadia Hernandez
Brad Eastman / Edward Woodley / Georgia Hill
Toby Jones / Thomas Jackson / Matt Rabbidge Max Berry / Elliott Routledge / Will Lynes
Nathan Pickering / Sylvès Colless / Paul McNeil
We stopped by the Brooklyn Museum to visit the Steven (Espo) Powers installation. A hap-hazard display of various signs, Showcards, Gallery specific works and various Sign painting tools and ephemera. The installation resembles a large scale version of Icy signs in Downtown Brooklyn, Home to Powers and his friends whose work is also displayed in the exhibit. The exhibition runs until MARCH 13, 2016, a must see for people in or visiting New York City.
On his ongoing journey to explore the notions of a never-ending development of technology at a stunning speed, Felipe Pantone brings us yet another experiment in multistable perception. For his latest show called Stereodynamica, coming to Backwoods Gallery, this talented artist from Valencia will, for the first time in Australia, exhibit a series of stereoscopic works on canvas and paper. In order to add yet another dimension to his vibrant, kinetic, almost three-dimensional works, Felipe Pantone worked with stereograms, a particular kind of imagery which hides a picture within a picture.
‘Stereodynamica’ by Felipe Pantone
Where: Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne
Opening: Friday 16th October
The Opening Hours went to view the Deluxx Fluxx arcade at the Brooklyn Museum this past weekend. The Arcade that is one part of the exhibit features custom pinball machines and various retro arcade games, Large neons and Faile & Bast graphics top to bottom end to end. There is a tonne of work that has gone into the newest part of the display the arcade itself however the show has also travelled with the now well recognized work called ‘Temple’ a large installation featuring detailed mosaics, various porcelain relief works and totem like sculptures adorned in faile’s notorious type treatments. Every detail is considered, this is one serious installation that we feel very privileged to have seen in person.
Super fun opening at Lamington Drive a couple of weeks back for Sean Morris’ first Australian solo show in a while. ‘Cosmic Dread’ is in its final days, get down to the gallery before 5pm Saturday if you want to catch it! Continue reading →
Melbourne’s Metro Gallery will be unveiling new works by Hush for his forthcoming exhibition ‘MUSE’. MUSE will feature 12 large paintings and eight mixed media drawings. If you’re in Melbourne, get there for your chance to see these paintings in the flesh.