PURE EVIL – ‘SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE’

PURE EVIL – SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE – OPENS THURS JULY 26, 6-9PM – UNTIL AUG 12 Internationally renowned UK street artist PURE EVIL, aka Charley Uzzel-Edwards, returns to Australia for the first time in 10 years with a new exhibition of his pop art propaganda. ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Apocalypse’ explores the cult of celebrity and the

Yusk Imai & Dante Horoiwa “Phantom Pain”

Melbourne’s Backwoods Gallery welcomes the return of YUSK IMAI and DANTE HOROIWA, combining their artistic talent to create a dual show, “Phantom Pain”. As they illustrate in their statement, the show is the result of studio discussions exploring a “hidden sensation”, an abstract and constant, but unidentified source of pain. The show attempts to process

Martin Ron in Tumby Bay, South Australia

Tumby Bay is a small town of only 1000 inhabitants in the south of Australia. It is a rural town with access to the sea where people enjoy simple things such as rural work, fishing and the beach. There´s an old jetty, which began as the town’s economic engine and became the most important meeting

Smug for The Big Picture Fest in Frankston, Australia

Smug recently made his way to Australia where he was invited by the good people from the Big Picture Fest to paint a large new piece on the streets of Frankston. Known for his photo realism graffiti work, Smug, or Smug One, aka Sam Bates, is an Australian contemporary street artist of great skill. Using

Have You Seen The Listers?

Australian adventure painter, Anthony Lister, unveils a candid and personal insight into his life as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons. Watch slack-jawed as he takes on the law and loses. Stare in amazement as he fails at parenting. Clutch your pearls as he unleashes raw fury on walls and bears all

Stormie Mills – “Life Traps and Other Things”

‘Life Traps and Other Things’ is the latest show by internationally renowned Australian artist, Stormie Mills that sees the artist explore the depths of his practice, in a process of self-actualisation, acknowledgement and letting go expressed through painting. A ‘life trap’ is a pattern that starts in childhood and reverberates throughout life. It is first

New Works by Ludo in Australia

After creating an installation at the Art and Science Museum in Singapore, Ludo continued his travels around Oceania and finally visited Australia. During his stay he found couple nice locations that were resonating nicely with his visual language and the message behind his work. Such isolated and distant place, a Western culture country in Indian

“Zaluuokhin” by Fin DAC in Adelaide

After his recent trip to New Zealand, Fin DAC made the short hop across the water to Australia where he hopes to make a few stops and paint a number of murals. The first of those stops is a return to the location of one of his most famous works. His ‘Shinka’ piece  painted in