Here’s the latest round up of recent walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Phibs, Bones, SMC3, Mike Watt, Monstery, Nico, Sare2,Tiger, Bafcat, David Cragg, Skulk, Apeseven, Mlon, Elph and more. Click below for more photos.
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For those of you interested in Street Art and Graffiti, Scott Marsh will be teaching a masterclass in all things street art. Get together with the artist and create a collaborative mural on a wall in Camperdown.
Last but not least, towards the end of each week the Art at Night programme will be running. View all of the various spots here.
Aside from these events, there are alot more things happening. Just find out for yourself on the Art Month Sydney 2014 website.
Backwoods is hosting a group show of epic proportions (no pun intended). ‘A study of eyes’ sees the gallery group together some of the world’s best to examine the eye. If the last group show ‘A study of Hands’ is anything to go by, we recommend getting down to see this show. With a lineup like this, it’s bound to be amazing.
AL STARK, ANTHONY LISTER, ASHLEY WOOD, DAVE KINSEY, HIROYASU TSURI, JAMES GREENAWAY, JAMES REKA, KID ZOOM, KOZY N DAN, MERDA, MISS VAN, SHOHEI OTOMO, STANISLAVA PINCHUK, STEPHEN IVES, USUGROW, YUSKE IMAI
Celebrating the release of his latest publication “Sketchbook”, Anthony Lister will be holding a signing night at the MCA book store in Sydney. Fans of Lister can meet the man himself and get an autographed copy of his book. More details below.
Celebrating the release of his latest book, ANTHONY LISTER will be
holding a book launch and signing in Melbourne and Sydney.
SYDNEY: 17th OCTOBER, 6-8PM
MCA BOOK STORE
140 GEORGE ST
Anthony Lister has recently made Sydney his home and has been busy preparing for his show at Olsen Irwin tonight. This is a big step for the artist who until this point has showed predominantly at younger galleries. Taking his work into an institution like Olsen Irwin is a big move and an ever bigger achievement. If you’re in Sydney, get down.
The Liverpool district is about an hour west of Sydney and has recently had a small and sporadic face lift by some of Australia’s most active low brow artists. Anthony Lister, Jumbo, Numskull, Skulk, Birdhat and Will Coles each headed out to separate locations and left their mark on a series of buildings and constructs.
It’s great to see councils outside of the city giving artists free reign to create beautiful murals, without restrictions. Definitely a first for the area, and something that City of Sydney needs to consider…
Adelaide doesn’t get as much attention as it should. We’ve been there a bunch of times and experienced some of the most talented and hard working artists in the country do their thing. For example Vans The Omega is from Adelaide, and he is one of the most recognized graffiti artists in the world. Also for example, Rawhide (Ankles & Smiles) are some of the busiest and most creative roller/type artists we’ve come across. We could go on, but we won’t, because Oi You Festival is going to showcase all that Adelaide has to offer and ALOT more.
Boasting the Oi You collection (remember that mammoth Banksy collection that was at Outpost?), a series of local showcases and some large scale murals by Rone, Anthony Lister and Beastman. If all that doesn’t grab your attention, then maybe the blow video will or find out more here. Stay tuned for some coverage while the event is on.
Backwards Gallery brought ‘A Study of Hands’ up to Sydney last week to show at China Heights. The exhibition, curated by Alexander Mitchell, was a collection of leading contemporary artists and their interpretation of hands. This is the first in an exciting journey which will cover different study collections to be completed over the next ten years. With the aim of creating an historic archive of work completed by artists including Kid Zoom, Reka, Dave Kinsey, Anthony Lister and Twoone.
VNA mag is one of the world’s most up to date magazine’s documenting street art and graffiti from all parts of the globe. Issue 19 features Australia’s very own Anthony Lister. One of our finest exports.
To celebrate the new issue, VNA is holding a launch party at Oxford Art Factory on Friday the 13th of July. Check out the latest issue, drink a beer and check out Lister, Sprinkles, Skel and Shannon Crees paint the wall.