Photos: Bootleg Mad Max show at Sydney Opera House – Sydney

As a part of the Graphic Festival at The Sydney Opera House, both The Opening Hours and Good Space were invited to curate and host a group show, inspired by the George Miller film Mad Max Fury Road.

We commissioned works by Paris based ILK, and local artists Georgia Hill, Chris Yee, James Jirat Patradoon and Maddy Young, which were on show for one day only inside the Opera House. Check out the full set of photos below.

Images courtesy of Rocket K Weijers www.rocketk.co

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Opening: BOOTLEG MAD MAX at Sydney Opera House curated by Goodspace and The Opening Hours

Bootleg Mad Max at Sydney Opera House

Goodspace together with Elliott ‘Numskull’ Routledge of The Opening Hours has curated BOOTLEG MAD MAX, an exhibition inspired by the Mad Max universe past and present at the Sydney Opera House for #GRAPHIC2015.

It features ILK (PARIS), MADDY YOUNG (MELB), JAMES JIRAT PATRADOON, GEORGIA HILL AND CHRIS YEE and is open to the public this Sunday 11th October 10AM – 10PM at the beautiful SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE in Circular Quay

‘Bootleg Mad Max’ featuring Ilk, Maddy Young, James Jirat Patradoon, Georgia Hill and Chris Yee.
Where: The Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Opening: Sunday 11th October, 10am – 10pm

Photos: Black Canyon Melbourne launch

New Australian arts project Black Canyon debuted in Melbourne on Friday, with “Welcome To Black Canyon” – a poster show and zine launch. Featured artists were Simon Landrein, Irkus M. Zeberio, We Buy Your Kids, French, Tina Lugo, Chris Yee, Jasper Dunk, Caitlin Shearer, James Jirat Patradoon, Ben Constantine, Nathan Brown, Maddy Young, Bene Rohlmann, Emma Wiesenekker, Jumbo and Reginald Pean. Check out some photos from the night below. BC OH 1BC OH 2BC OH 3 Continue reading

Photos: “Gold Blood, Magic Weirdos” at Backwoods Gallery

The trilogy of Magic Weirdos exhibitions curated by Sean Morris came to its conclusion at Backwoods Gallery in Melbourne a couple of weeks back, with the epic “Gold Blood”. A huge crowd, amazing art and live music saw the Weirdos saga end with some great vibes. James Jirat Patradoon’s crazy painted racing jacket took centre stage, in front of a mural by Ghostpatrol and Sean Morris.

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