Jul 25, 2013

Rone – ‘Hell Raiser’

Rone – ‘Hell Raiser’

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$160.00

Hell Raiser

- 7 Colour Screen Print

- Edition of 60

- Hand signed and number

-70 cm x 50 cm

- 300 gsm Fabriano Artistico HP paper

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Jul 15, 2013

Goodbye Collingwood

After 7 years, 7 months and 7 days we are going to be leaving our beloved Collingwood space.

Not to worry, we are planing on moving somewhere bigger & better but we have a hell of a lot stuff to pack up.

Here’s a few picks just before we pack up:

More news soon.

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Jul 14, 2013

SUBURBAN Ian Strange ⋅ 26 July 2013 ⋅ National Gallery of Victoria

We are super excited to finally see this project come to life- if you are anywhere on the 26th of July it should be the NGV.OK enough talk, just watch:

Ian Strange: SUBURBAN from Ian Strange [KID ZOOM] on Vimeo.

Delivering his largest and most ambitious project to date, Australian born, New York based artist, Ian “Kid Zoom” Strange presents SUBURBAN, a multifaceted photography, film and installation exhibition opening at the National Gallery of Victoria on July 26.

Since recreating a full-scale replica of his childhood home inside Cockatoo Island’s Turbine Hall in Sydney, 2011, Strange has continued his ongoing investigation of suburbia. For the past two years Strange has travelled across the East Coast of the United States working with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film eight site specific interventions incorporating suburban.

Suburban presents eight large-scale photographic works, a multi-channel, surround sound video installation along with carefully selected fragments of the original buildings that Strange has saved and re-presents as both sculptural objects and social artefacts.

On the exhibition, David Hurlston, Curator of Australian Art, National Gallery of Victoria, said, “We are excited to be able to present this ground-breaking exhibition of work by Ian Strange. From his early work as a street artist in Australia he is now a noted contemporary artist with a developing international standing. Strange is fast becoming recognised, both locally and internationally, for his distinctive practice and, in particular, for this new and unique body of work.”

Cinematic in both tone and scale, SUBURBAN investigates the iconography surrounding the family home and its place in the current economic climate. Through the work, Strange articulates his own conflicted relationship with suburbia he experienced growing up in the Australian suburbs, juxtaposed with living in New York City and the United States.

“This project has been all consuming for the past two and a half years of my life”, said Strange. “I wanted to create a body of work that reacted to the icon of the suburban home and to the suburbs as a whole. The suburbs have played an important role in shaping who I am as a person and an artist. The suburbs have always been home, but I have always found suburbia isolating. SUBURBAN is my reaction to that.”

SUBURBAN opens at NGV Studio, located at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square on July 26.

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See you all there!

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Jul 14, 2013

Stolen Space – VII . London

Stolen Space has just opened their new gallery space in London.

Reka, TwoOne & Myself were lucky enough to contribute to the amazing line-up of artists.

Full details & pics below

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VII’

Group Show

12.07.13 – 28.07.13

With a bit of luck, and a lot of talent, StolenSpace has entered its 7th year as London’s primary authority in Contemporary Urban Art. Having started to feel the 7-year itch for bigger and better projects and exhibitions, we have made the exciting decision to move to a new venue:

StolenSpace

17 Osborn Street

London E1 6TD

Our new 1400 sq ft gallery space, steeped in local history as it was once a stonemason’s workshop, is still within the vibrant creative hub of East London’s Brick Lane and The Old Truman Brewery. So although we have itchy feet we haven’t moved too far!

In this year’s 7th month, we are feeling very fortunate for our past successes and exciting new beginnings, therefore, for the premier exhibition at StolenSpace’s new home, we would like to introduce a Group Show, ‘VII,’ inspired by this lucky and symbolic number.

Whether or not you are of a superstitious persuasion, the number 7 carries with it a myriad of significant connotations. Since the beginning of time, this number has held a powerful place in theological, historical, scientific and cultural memory. According to the Old Testament, the Earth was created in 7 days, in Hinduism there are 7 Chakras, in Christianity there are 7 deadly sins, in Islam there are 7 levels in heaven, and in Judiasm there are 7 blessings and 7 days of mourning. Furthermore, there are 7 days in a week, 7 colours in a rainbow, 7 seas, and 7 wonders of the world. A recurrent motif in art and literature, this number signifies Shakespeare’s 7 Ages of Man and the 7 notes in a traditional musical scale. The associations go on and on, and the potential for creative investigation is almost endless.

On 11th July 2013, StolenSpace will open its brand new doors to the public with ‘VII,’ a group show exhibiting longstanding favorites and fresh newcomers. With tasty refreshments courtesy of Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, we would like to extend a warm welcome to our new location, inviting you to share in this celebration of our lucky 7th year.

artists:

Aaron Rose

AndrewMcattee

Arth Daniels

C215

CharlieAnderson

Cope2

Cyrcle

D*Face

Dave Kinsey

David Bray

David Shillinglaw

EINE

Greg Lamarche

Jack Murray

Jim Houser

Joram Roukes

Josie Morway

Julie Impens

Kai & Sunny

Kelly Allen

Kelly McCallum

Kirsty Whiten

Maya Hayuk

Michael De Feo

Mysterious Al

Paul Stephenson

Ramon Maiden

Reka

Rone

Ronzo

Ryan Callanan

Sally Fuerst

Simon WG Butler

Stefan Strumbel

Toshi

Twoone

Usugrow

Vinnie Nylon

Word To Mother

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Jun 18, 2013

‘Work In Progress’ – Hong Kong

Last week we (Rone, Meggs & Beastman) travelled to Hong Kong to take part in the ‘Work in Progress’ art project in Taikoo Place, Island East, HK.

Hitting the ground running the three of us had 48 hours to complete a large wall mural/installation each, dine in HK style, drink beers and pose for photos in the lead up to Friday night’s launch party – which attracted more than 1,400 people, a lot of vodka drinking and some impromptu crowd bombing/building trashing! Thanks to May, Lauren, Swire, Cyrcle, Spencer, all the artists, all the Dougs & all the local crew who made this whirlwind, sensory overload trip a lot of fun!

“Curated by Hong Kong gallery Above Second, ‘Work in Progress’ is a three-week exhibition which transforms the loading bay and entire 13th floor of a now defunct office space into one of the biggest street art exhibitions ever to be presented in Asia, which aims to change the perspective of individuals about the artistic credibility of street art. Featuring artists from around the world (U.S., Australia, Portugal, France, England, & Denmark) including Beastman, Cyrcle, Meggs, RONE, VHILS, Victor Ash & Cannonball Press. As well as local artists, Xeme, Mark Goss, 4Get, Pantone C, Peter Yuill, brought togetehr by Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (YAF).”

LINKS:
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http://www.houseofmeggs.com/

http://www.beastman.com.au/

http://blog.above-second.com/

Rone, Meggs & Beastman at Work in Progress – Hong Kong from Everfresh Studio on Vimeo.

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Jun 17, 2013

Kirpy – Right Train, Wrong track – 21 June

So it looks like there is 3 exhibitions happening this friday night- here is the first one I heard about:

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Jun 17, 2013

Heat – Backwoods Gallery – 21 June

THIS FRIDAY!

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HEAT

Featuring work by Tom Civil, here Stewart Cole, cure Stabs, viagra Dexter Fletcher, Dave McDonald, M.P Fikaris, Fred Fowler, Nixi Killick, Al Stark, Niels Oeltjen, Joseph Flynn, E. Davidson, Izabel Caligiore, Psalm, Hamishi, Regan Tamanui, Luke You & Mayo.

3 Days Only – 21st – 23rd June

Opening night celebrations – Friday 21st June – 6 – 10pm

Backwoods Gallery

25 Easey St, Collingwood

http://backwoodsgallery.com/

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Jun 17, 2013

New Hunting Ground

Looks like there is great new gallery popping up in the hood this week:

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New Hunting Ground will open its doors for the first time at 7pm on Friday 21st June, cheap 2013. The brand new street and contemporary art gallery is located in a unique warehouse space in one of Fitzroy’s last industrial laneways.

New Hunting Ground will showcase the best emerging and established talent from around the world. Located within Juddy Roller Studios, sick a well-known hub for both local and international artists, New Hunting Ground will draw together a varied selection of artists from an extensive global network, in an effort to expose the public to a highly varied range of works they may have otherwise never been exposed to.

New Hunting Ground is Directed by Shaun Hossack, the founder of Juddy Roller Café and co-founder of the annual ILL-Logic Outdoor Art Exhibition.  

The first show, also called New Hunting Ground, will feature artists from Europe, Australia , Canada and the USA. The lineup includes John Aslanidis, E.L.K, Jaws (Da Mental Vaporz), Ears, Does (Love Letters), Adnate (AWOL), Taylor White, Max Berry and more. The full line-up can be viewed on the New Hunting Ground website.

NEW HUNTING GROUND

Gallery Launch

Friday 21st June, 7pm

www.newhuntingground.com

Corner Johnston & Chapel Street, Fitzroy.

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Jun 17, 2013

KNock KNock Mag – Issue 4

‘all new and improved’ Knock Knock magazine.

Issue 4, the ‘travel’ issue features some household names and some great emerging talent including: Ben Quilty, Mark Drew, Geoffrey Lillemon, Dave Cragg, Sobekcis, Sheryo & The Yok, Onur Gulfidan, Rosek, Haribow, Maaden, Beatrix Curran, Kate Florence Knowlden, Val Kelmer, Jess Howell, Robyn Aubrey, Arman Nobari, Embassy, Spoonty and DoubleTrouble.


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Jun 4, 2013

CANCELLED: OPEN STUDIO

UH OH!

Things that seem too good to be true often aren’t, so We are sorry to say the Open Studio won’t be happening on the 9th of June.

The response has been huge, in fact it was so large we had to start consulting with the council about permits and thats when we found out our studio isn’t capable of hosting this event without a huge amount of changes. So unfortunately this may not happen anytime soon.

We just wanted to say thank-you so much for your support and we are as disappointed as you are that it has come to this.

If you ever want to visit the studio to view artworks for sale or meet with individual artists feel free to contact the artist direct or for general enquiries : [email protected]

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Jun 4, 2013

Phibs @ Vivid Sydney

Join the cream of the young Australian graffiti, viagra illustration and graphic arts scene for an evening of conversation and collaboration. Knock Knock magazine’s panel of emerging artists, pharmacy Eleven, sale Soft Science and Dave Cragg, share their work, processes and talent alongside the wisdom of established graffiti icon Phibs. This survey of fresh talent will share their creative practice and discuss the issues and opportunities for young graphic artists in 2013.

Melbourne artists Eleven (illustrator and graffiti artist) and Soft Science (animator and illustrator) demonstrate the new style of interdisciplinary craftsmanship, honesty and humour. With his raw Australiana, Sydney artist Dave Cragg pushes painting in new directions; and from the streets to the National Gallery of Australia’s permanent collection Phibs encompasses these aspects combined.

Produced by Sydney siblings Tom and Alison Groves, Knock Knock is a free online magazine profiling emerging and established street artists, illustrators and visual innovators found in alleyways and far reaches of the net.

Visit www.knockknockmagazine.com.au for more

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May 21, 2013

Cancelled — EVERFRESH: OPEN STUDIO

For the first time ever we will open our doors to the public.

Sunday June 9, capsule 12-5pm

This will be your chance to meet the artists behind the works you have seen on the streets of Melbourne and your chance to purchase works directly from the artists.

FRED FOWLER, try MEGGS, MAKATRON, TOM CIVIL, TOOTH, RONE, MAYONAISE, STABS, WONDERLUST+ MORE

Please register below for the address or click here to register

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May 20, 2013

Bates – Hall of Fame

Bates has his own hall of fame?? -Amazing.

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May 5, 2013

Adelaide

I just got back from painting in Adelaide as part of Oi You festival.

This is my first time to the South Australia, remedy I hope to get back there soon.

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Seb humphreys is amazing:

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Beastman always on point:

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Vans the Omega:

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Mr Lister:

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And this is my wall:

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See more pics over at my blog here

A huge thanks to all the people who made this come together!

-Rone

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Apr 27, 2013

Unstoppable take 2

Wonderlust & Rone Unstoppable take 2:

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Corner of Rose & Brunswick St, prostate Fitzroy

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