Australian contemporary artist Reka returns to his hometown of Melbourne to present ‘SCARLET’, his first new solo show in 4 years. A brooding mix of Berlin nightlife, Japanese Shibari rope bondage and post-cubist figurative studies, this is one of his most mature exhibitions to date. Influenced by his graffiti background and techniques, as well as
Does the world as we know it need a hard reset? International street artist DENIAL explores this question with his newest collection of visual subversions for Control Alt Delete, his inaugural exhibition at Melbourne’s Vs. Gallery. CONTROL+ALT+DELETE examines the current corporate power structures that seek to control our thoughts and lives and, ultimately, our wallets.
‘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
Following his incredible solo show earlier this year, beau of the Melbourne art scene and all-round good guy Rone has dropped a timeless, timed print release in his classic style. With Rone’s print prices sky-rocketing to upwards of AUD$1800 for his newest direction of small-run archival photographic prints, he’s dropped this print with the smaller
Melbourne-based artist Callum Preston has previously been known to build life-size DeLorean’s out of wood and other junk. For his latest show, he’s built an entire milk bar (or corner shop, if you’re from the UK) from scratch, including all the products you’d expect to find inside, from cans of soft drink to top-shelf magazines.
Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo – Japanese author, illustrator and creator of cult classic Anime AKIRA – Shohei Otomo is cut from the same cloth as his father. With intense concentration, he produces ballpoint drawings of semi-imagined figures and situations, blending the old guard sensibilities and pop-culture of Japan with his own dystopian take
UK street artist Phlegm was just in Melbourne, commissioned by the Chapel Street Precinct Association as part of the PROVOCARÉ Festival Of The Arts. John Lotton from CSPA spent two and half years planning this project, choosing the right artist, and locating the right wall for a large mural with a vision to become a landmark piece
Rone has just launched The OMEGA Project and totally transformed a quaint abandoned house in Melbourne into a temporary exhibition only open for viewing for just seven days before being demolished. Seven female portraits appear like ghosts – one in each room, inviting the onlooker to leave their reality and immerse themselves in the immediate surroundings
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