Satellite – Solo exhibition by Kyle Hughes-Odgers
The 10th issue of Kingbrown mag dropped on the West Coast with a huge 60-artist show last week at FORM Gallery, co-curated by Black Canyon.
Check out some opening night shots after the jump, courtesy of Carolyn Karnovsky, Tom Groves, Rabbithole and FORM.
The brand new issue of Kingbrown Mag launches next week in Perth – back where it all began – with this monster show at FORM Gallery.
Put together with Issue 10 co-curators Black Canyon (Sean Morris and Tom Groves) the launch features 60 artists from 11 countries, working on brown paper and painted denim vests.
West Australian artist Daek William sent us a selection of treats that wrapped up his 2014 year, included a kooky video of his travels over a year, a selection of new artworks that encompasses the love for a fine pair of footwear and some of the larger scale works we are use to seeing by the beach town based artist.
Form have just released the video from PUBLIC. A street art festival held in the centre of Perth, Western Australian earlier this year.
The festival hosted some of the world’s top artists such as Roa, Maya Hayuk, Never and many many more, including local talents like Vans the Omega, Last Chance Studio, Beastman, Vans the Omega and more.
Find out more here.
PUBLIC has started and we’ve already started seeing both small to large scale murals happening all over Perth featuring Roa, Phlegm, Yok, Sheryo, Phibs, Remed, Maya Hayuk, Ever, Hyuro, a reunion project by Last Chance Studio and many many more.
Stay tuned to our instagram account for all the photos @theopeninghours
After their recent travels around the world, they landed in Yok’s home town of Perth to open ‘Nasty Goreng’. A duo solo show with some extra pieces from various friends including Fecks, Ayres, Hosae and Amok Island. The exhibition consisted of a heap of new paintings, batik works, a surf shack and large scale sculptures which were made on their travels.
Daek William recently completed a huge acrylic on board artwork for bar Belasyse Perth. ‘Her secret world of oddities’ took 12 days to create, entirely with brush. Showcasing Daek’s ability to switch between large scale aerosol works on the street to intricate detailed brush work. This impressive mix of tiny detail across such a large scale is a must see. For more Daek follow on instagram.com/daekwilliam
Kyle Hughes-Odgers recently collaborated with DMG architects on a massive public art project and installation at 1006 Hay Street Perth, Australia.
Kyle was commissioned to create the artwork for a large scale stainless steel perforated screen for a newly complete 12 story building, designed and built by DMG architects. The artwork wraps the entire base of the building and into the nearby laneway. 40m in total width and 6m at the highest point – this huge project is the artist’s largest public artwork to date. Photos courtesy DMG construction.