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.
Australian graffiti legend Phibs is opening his next solo show ‘Phibology’ this week and The Tate Gallery in Sydney. Phibs will bring a heap of original work on canvas and ‘upcycled’ spraycans in his trademark style. More details here.
Last Wednesday night we gathered together over 30 artists to celebrate what will become our ongoing Stockroom. Artists from street art, graffiti, sculpture, sign painting, traditional fine art and modern art all gave us a piece to show in amongst one of the biggest group shows we’ve ever curated.
Stockroom was a one night only show that boasted an eclectic mix of styles and genres, with artists ranging in age from 21 – 40 years old.
Young Sydney artists Madeleine Pfull and William Meadley are teaming up to present their first solo exhibition, ‘Your Ego.’ In their own words the show is an exploration of the “strange and stupid behaviour that our egos manipulate us into doing in different social situations.” Their combined talents and massive body of work shapes up to create an extremely exciting show – a definite indication of the huge potential of these up and coming artists. Opening night is Wednesday 2nd April from 6-9pm.
The exhibition continues 12-5pm daily from Thursday 20th March – Sunday 23rd March. Saturday & Sunday open 12-4pm.
Melbourne based artist, Cam Scale, bring his meticulous blend of paint artistry to the Tate gallery for his solo show, ‘Iron Oxied.’ In the artists’ own words, the show explores “the elements around us, our human interaction with nature and existence within the universe.” Get down to the opening tonight from 6pm – the show runs 12-5pm daily from Thursday 20th March – Sunday 23rd March.
Tonight Syke and I open our new collaborative show at The Tate gallery in Sydney. In the midst of last minute prep, curating and hanging yesterday I ran around and took a few snaps to offer a little taster of what’s install.
In addition to large collaborative works on mounted wood and paper, Syke and I have completed a bunch of solo work, comprising sculpture, works on wood and paper. We have also assembled a super special, 50 page, limited edition book – to get your hands on one – get in there quick!
“NEW TOWN BEAT” opens tonight – 7th August from 6pm – more details here.
We are proud to announce the opening of Shida‘s debut Sydney solo show. An artist that has recently made a name for himself all around Australia and across the world with his unique aesthetic and drive to paint large scale walls.
SHIDA’S new body of work, HIGHER PLANES is writhing with Dionysiac energy. Arabesque figures coil amidst deciduous branches, as fluid, mountainous panoramas reflect SHIDA’s painterly dynamism. Through HIGHER PLANES, SHIDA continues to experiment with visual space and landscape painting. Contrasting his traditionally fluorescent palette with phthalo blues, Shida uses layered brushstrokes to create shuffling, otherworldly scenes.
Curated by THE HOURS, HIGHER PLANES opens August 21 at Sydney’s Tate Gallery.
New paintings and sculpture by Shida
Opening Wednesday 21st August, 6pm
The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Rd
Exhibition continues until Sunday 25th August – 12-5pm Daily
Tonight at The Tate, Cupco opens his curated show titled “Art Wank”, a group show of his favourite artists all painting with one thing in mind. Wanking… Weird concept, killer lineup, free beer. Get there and see some of the countries finest and weirdest show their true colours.
“Art Wank” a group show, curated by Cupco
Opening: Wednesday, 19th June The Tate Gallery
Tomorrow night is the opening of “Misshapes” – Cities Collide, at The Tate Gallery, Sydney. A group show featuring Hiroyasu Tsuri (TWOONE), Mathew Martin, Thomas Jackson & Yoshio Honjo.
It’s great to see a mix of artists that are both from different states, and all practicing in various styles/fields of painting. The guys sent over some phone photos of the install today. If you’re in Sydney, don’t miss this one.
For more info on the opening, click here.
Wednesday, February 13 at The Tate. 345 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe. 6pm onwards.