Two One is busy in his Melbourne studio getting ready for his next solo show at Backwoods in June. The Backwoods team recently visited Hiro’s studio and have published a nice set of photos on their website. See more here.
We’ve seen photos on instagram of this wall, but now the super talented duo of Callum Preston and Duro Cabrillo bring you a video that documented the process. Beautifully shot, the video shows all 3 artists on this wall from start to finish, and even makes use of the new heli-cam! Awesome!
Last night was the opening on “Misshapes” Cities Collide at The Tate, Sydney.
It was an epic mix of textures, styles and art practices. All artists, Thomas Jackson, Two one, Matt Martin and Yoshio Honjo displayed a great snapshot of each of their unique bodies of work. Click below for a full set of photos from the night.
The show is open from today onwards until Sunday. For more details, visit the Tate’s website.
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.
2012 was busy year for Melbourne based Two One. See the whole thing here.
We are proud to announce a project we have been working on with Verb Syndicate in Wollongong.
WONDERWALLS is a three day art festival presented by The Hours, Verb Syndicate and Ironlak, featuring some of Australia’s most well known Low Brow artists. The weekend of the 9th – 11th of November we will be hosting an exhibition, an exclusive panel discussion AND a series of small & large scale murals being painted around the Wollongong CBD.
If you’re in Wollongong, come join us on the weekend. If you’re from Sydney, it’s only a short drive down the coast. Come for the day, stay for the weekend. Enjoy three days of Australia’s best street and graffiti art, absolutely free.
Visit the WONDERWALLS website for more info.
After opening his solo show in Melbourne, taking part in OPEN street art and amongst many other projects, Melbourne based Hiroyasu Tsuri (more commonly known as Two One) is opening his solo show titled Physological Portraits & Metaphysical Landscapes at MiCK Gallery in Sydney next week.
Don’t miss this one. Hiro’s work is in a great stage of change and evolution at the moment. Get down to MiCK on the 11th to see the whole collection in person. More details below. More info on Hiro here.
Dates | 9 October – 21 October 2012
Opening Night | Thursday 11 October 6-8pm
Hey spungoz, Hamishi here. It’s my first day @ #theopeninghours thought I’d celebrate by curating an exciting show in Melbourne on the grey area between high + lowbrow art and the relevance of lowbrow art in a contemporary discussion.
Please join us for opening celebrations on the 27th of September at 6pm.
Curated by Hamishi
Where is the middle ground between high and lowbrow art in Australia’s regressive commercial contemporary art scene? “Sup Brow?” is an exhibition presenting an informed discussion on the relevance of “Juxtapoz Art” in contemporary art and the border between Lowbrow and Mainstream Australian painting through the lens of Australian and international painters, illustrators and mixed practice artists.
Tom O’Hern (TAS)
Hiroyasu Tsuri (TwoOne)
Henry Gunderson (USA)
Lola Dupre (FRA)
Sean Morris (WA)