Opening: The Culprit Club ‘Opposing Offenders – Crimes Against Humanity’ launch Brisbane

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New kids on the block, The Culprit Club, have teamed up with No Cure magazine and Stupid Krap to host a massive gallery launching exhibition titled – Opposing Offenders, Crimes Against Humanity.

Challenging the ideas of the outspoken majority, this exhibition reacts to the traditional projections of ‘crimes in society’ and responds to the demoralising acts of ‘Crimes Against Humanity’.

This HUGE line up showcases one, exclusive original artwork from 18 artists from around the country including:

Aeon Flys,  Alex Le Hours, Bafcat, Ekaer, Graham Hare, Irok, John Avanti, Kentaro Yoshida, Kiss/Ispy, Lauren Webster, Luke Henery, Lusid Art, Ohnoes, Ox King, Saul Attack, Soda Mouf, Unwell Bunny and 1337.

The Opposing Offenders exhibition will launch the official opening of The Culprit Club, Brisbane’s newest art gallery in Winn Lane, Fortitude Valley this Friday, July 15th at 6pm!

Event sponsors – Balter Brewing / Ironlak 

About The Culprit Club: Born from creative frustration, artistic adoration and a hollaback history of bad decisions, comes The Culprit Club, a pocket-sized gallery and retail store.

the culprit club opposing offenders

Event: Happy Hour – A Beer Inspired T-Shirt Exhibition

For all those kicking back in the sunshine state, make sure you get down to Balter Brewers on the Gold Coast this Thursday evening (23 June, 5-9pm) for the charity, beer inspired tee exhibition – Happy Hour.

14 artists have each designed a limited-edition t-shirt (only 10 of each design ever printed) for the show, which will be available for $50 each with 100% of proceeds being directly donated to Cystic Fibrosis research.

Artists include: Sean Bernhardt (US), Nicholas Chalmers, Luke Day, Brendan Davies, Xavier Davies, Shinya Dalby, Lachie Goldworthy, Nick Guenzler (US), Gina Kiel (NZ), Paul Mcniel, Kiel Tilman, Matt Waters and Kentaro Yoshida.

Happy Hour

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