UK artist French is back in Sydney for his next solo show titled ‘Means the an end’ at China Heights Gallery, Surry Hills this Friday night.
Known all over the world for his black and white, heavy metal inspired illustrations AND his recently popularized clothing label Death Rites, ‘Means to an end’ will no doubt be another stunning display of why he has a worldwide cult following. More details below.
Our friends at Element would like to invite you to the opening of ‘Made to Endure’, a group exhibition with Element Advocates who share a love for skateboarding, it’s culture and it’s lifestyle.
It’s all happening at China Heights Gallery in Sydney from 6pm tonight with beers courtesy of Coopers, ciders for the girls (or guys) from the nice folk at Cheeky Rascal and the walls covered in amazing photos from our advocates and team riders including Brian Gaberman, Steve Gourlay, Beastman, Jake Darwen, Bec Winnel, Kareena Zerefos, Sarah Larnach and Loretta Lizzio. Not to mention images from team riders Bjorn Johnston and Corbin Harris.
Max Berry opened his latest body of work titled “Which way home” at China Heights last Friday, and we were greeted with a full gallery and a wall full of red dots. With a collection of over 80 works, ranging from small to large and paintings to sculptures, this show was a great success for Max and a long awaited look at the artists work for Sydney fans.
Click below for the full set of photos. More on Max here.
If you’re in Sydney, don’t miss out on this one. Max Berry has been working on a solid body of work that is guaranteed to impress, even if you’re new to his work. Stay tuned for some more photos of the work and his studio…
‘Which way home’ is an exhibition of new works that continue to explore a dreamlike and desolate landscape, whose inhabitants are often caught in moments of reflection and introverted retrospection. The inclusion of portraits, timber carving and ceramic sculpture demonstrate a willingness to explore new directions whilst strengthening his existing world.
Will Cooke opens his show “Still Lyfe” at China Heights this Friday night, so we stopped by late last week and caught some of the last additions to his new collection of unique abstract work. Will recently painted the Project Ugly billboard (coverage coming this week) and this new body of work is a big step forward in his process.
“Throughout ‘Still Lyfe’, Cooke paints from a collection of his own still life photographs. Considering discarded items that form crisp slaking lines, shapes, colours and reflections. Each object is left as is, their balance untouched, so as to produce a final image which has not been engineered.”
Mark Drew is the co-founder of China Heights and one of Australia’s finest exports (now residing in Tokyo, Japan).
As always, for his latest show Mark produced a solid body of work, combining his two loves; 90s rap lyrics and the classic children’s (so they say) comic book, Peanuts. The show also included a sculptural work that was the iconic dog house from the books, but aptly titled the Dogg House, accompanied by a Snoop Dogg tape, mobile phone and smoke bellowing out from the inside. More on Mark Drew here. Click below for the full set of photos.
Kyle Montgomery is a resident artist at China Heights and will be opening his next solo exhibition next Friday at The Heights. Next week is again, another busy week of openings, but this one shouldn’t be missed. More details here.
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.