On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Ears, Peque vrs, The Massive, Lister, Nico, Ox King, Numskull, Set, Mr Snail, Mike Watt, Lister, Monstery, Mulga, Denial, Fintan Magee, Phibs, Zap and more. Click below for more photos.
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On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Numskull, Mike Watt, Monstery and Me, Grizzle, Teazer, Trait, Bafcat, Skulk, CAMO, Pudl, Retro, Capiche, Fintan Magee, Scott Marsh, Bones, Phibs, Akisiew, Birdhat, Elph, Apeseven, Ox King, The Massive and more. Click below for more photos.
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Opening: ‘Project Ugly’ Past Present & Future for Leichhardt Fringe – Sydney

PAST – PROJECT UGLY ON SHOW
A public exhibition displaying a selection of billboards from the Project Ugly collection, and curated by the program founder Tony Kenny. Featuring Ears, Birdhat, Numskull & Beastman (collaboration), Max Berry, Tom Ferson, Mistery, Jamie Preisz and Thomas Jackson.

Exhibition duration: Wednesday 16 – Sunday 27, September, 2015

PRESENT – TWO BILLBOARDS – TWO ARTISTS LIVE UNDER THE CLOCK TOWER
Two well-known artists, and early Project Ugly pioneers, will be painting live in the Leichhardt Town Hall Civic Precinct. This is a great opportunity for emerging street artists to see established artists at work, and to see how far these artists have developed in style and technique.

Dates: Weekends of 19 + 20, 26 + 27 September

FUTURE – THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN STREET ART
Location: 214 Albion Street, Leichhardt (just off Catherine St)
Two live paintings over two weekends at the Project Ugly Billboard site, focusing on younger artists and the future of street art in Australia. One emerging Street Artist will win the opportunity to paint and their work will become part of the Project Ugly collection. The second live painting will be carried out by the Ted Noffs Street University under the guidance of Mystery.

Dates: Weekends of 5 + 6, 26 + 27 September

Project Ugly

Opening: Tree Sprits by Daniel ‘Ears’ O’Toole at Juddy Roller – Melbourne

Tree Spirits is a culmination of work that Ears has produced during a month long residency at Juddy Roller, using the entire gallery space as his studio to produce a mix of large format and smaller mixed media paintings on canvas and wood panel.

Tree Spirits delivers of a series of imagined landscapes that reference mountainous Australian bush lands, accompanied by floating portraits warped by playful line work offset by sparse graphic elements.

In his latest body of work, Ears uses bold colours and geometric lines to create compositions born of a street context yet taken further into ideas of symmetry and form, utilising the tension between the man made world and the natural environment.

‘Tree Spirits’ by Ears
Where: Juddy Roller, Melbourne
Opening: Friday 3 July

Video: Wall to Wall festival, Benalla -Victoria

On Friday the 27th to Sunday the 29th of March, local and international street artists transformed 13 walls in the small town of Benalla into incredible works of art.

Artists including Rone, Adnate, Askew, Ears painted murals up to 3 stories high using scissor lifts, cherry pickers and scaffold to scale the buildings to create their modern masterpieces.

Wall to Wall is the first annual street art festival in Benalla, curated by Juddy Roller with the support of the Benalla Street Art Committee. The festival is a forward thinking approach to rejuvenating the regional town.

Opening: ‘Until Next Time…” final show at The Tate Gallery – Sydney

We were deeply saddened by the news of The Tate Gallery’s closing…

It’s been a gallery close to our hearts, and a space that in it’s time, has hosted an incredible mix of both world renown artists, and young emerging artists. All without rent or commission. Something which is so unique in the art world.

We’re excited to be helping The Tate Gallery team with one last show. So we’ve gathered as many available artists on short notice as possible to curate one last group show.

‘Until Next Time…’ group show
Where: The Tate Gallery, Glebe
Opening Hours: Wednesday 4th March, 6pm onwards

Until Next Time

On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of recent walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include, Bones, SMC3, Mike Watt, Sindy Sinn, OX, Monstery, Nico, Sare2,Tiger, Bafcat, Will Coles, David Cragg, Skulk, Birdhat, Apeseven, Mlon, Suchis, Ears and more. Click below for more photos. 
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Video: Ears paint the Record Store, Surry Hills – Sydney

Daniel ‘Ears’ O’Toole recently painted the famous Record Store wall over the weekend. One of Sydney’s most painted and well known walls. Ears has been creating video pieces lately, and brings us this short process video of the wall, but with a twist. It’s nice to see a painting video that is a little different. More on Ears here.

EARS – record store wall from Daniel O'Toole on Vimeo.

On the outside with @nemans

Here’s the latest round up of recent walls and laneways in Sydney. Today’s gallery of photo’s include Will Coles, Lister, Pudl, Deb, Teazer, Sofles, Zap, Derek James Carter, Ears, Sprinkles, Apeseven and more. Click below for more photos. 
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Exhibition: Higher Ground Studio group show at Kinokunya – Sydney

Higher Ground Studio is hosting a group show at Kinokunya from this Thursday onwards, until the 5th of January. A treat for Sydney siders, as most shows normally only last for a week these days.

The group exhibition features Beastman, Bennett, Ears, Mark Alsweiler, Max Berry, Neil Tomkins, Numskull, Phibs, Tom Ferson and photographer Tony Kenny (who has, over time, shot in and around the artists in their studios).

Get down and see some of Sydney’s best show off an eclectic mix of their latest work. More details here.

Higher Ground Studio