Looks like tomorrow night is going to be a busy one. Another show has popped up on our radars, this time in Newtown. More info below.
“The female form is recognized as desirable, feminine and beautiful, but there is a contrast to this sensibility, examined through a medical lens or in natural lighting. This is that the female form is not merely just an object of desire or gaze but a divine and highly visceral complex.”
Anatomica consists of work by nine mixed-media Artists whose work relates to figurative art and the human form.
Anastasia Liolio | Clint Sf Bautista | Ioulia Petrova | Julia Angelina Rich | Lim Cheung Ha | Rebecca Murphy | Samantha Marlin | Terrible Horrible | YMT
Exhibition opens at 6pm on 7th of June
continues till the 21st of June.
240 Enmore Rd, Enmore
Click here for the Facebook event and more info
KON, Sprinkles and Cam Wall, have been invited by PRIMO! Magazine and The Outsiders (Teem and Mr Sweet) to bring their perspectives and their talents into a single forum where they are encouraged to work, play and paint together.
Backyard Play is a celebration of the notion of home, nostalgia and diversity. Every upbringing in this country is set against a different backdrop, and the concept of “play” is defined in a myriad of ways. Where the backyard of one persons childhood was a grassy garden in suburbia, yours may have featured the bush, the desert, the sea, the farm or the CBD. Our project is designed to unite the Australian community through art and shared experience, and there is no more perfect concept to launch this regular event than this.
The first exhibition has been preceded by a collaborative day of creation, where artists created works inspired by the theme of Backyard Play with media including aerosol, pen and paint on canvas. The day was documented on camera and film, and this footage has been edited into a number of trailers and a documentary that will be screened as part of the exhibition.
We invite you to be part of our debut show.
Where & When – Plump Gallery, 240 Enmore Rd, Enmore
Opens Thursday 8th of December 2011
Exhibition continues until Wednesday 14th of December 2011.
Last night was the opening of “Journey”. The latest solo exhibition by one of Australia’s most talented graffiti artists, Phibs.
Phibs never fails to impress and this show is no different. His latest body of work consists of large scale paintings, which are much looser and free-form than his past gallery work. In the second room there was a big cluster of smaller paintings and framed sculptures. Definitely our favourite part of the show.
The show is open until the 28th of September at Plump Gallery, Enmore. Get down!
Phibs’ latest body of work will be “Free, loose and spontaneous”. A new experimental direction for one of Australia’s true graffiti legends. As always, this will be a show not to miss.
“Journey” by Phibs
Opening: Thursday 8th September 6-9pm
Plump Gallery. 240 Enmore Rd, Enmore.
www.phibs.com / www.plumpgallery.org