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
Berlin’s infamous 1UP Crew have been abroad again… Following on from their worldwide spraycations comes this latest episode in the all-star walls anthology with pioneering videographer Selina Miles. And for the trainspotters, here’s Good Guy Boris’s reactions video: Original video directed by 1UP & Selina, filmed in Athens 2018 by Selina. Start your training and be ready
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.
Barry McGee has launched his second show with Cheim & Read in New York, accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Katya Tylevich. For his new show McGee has assembled hundreds of artwork and his characteristic painted objects into a multi-room installation. The gallery’s ‘dome room’ comprises a series of shelves and pedestals, displaying ceramics
‘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
Creating artwork from an early age, Alex Brewer quickly took on the moniker Hense and gained notoriety for his graffiti. Combining a street culture point of view with abstract compositions and vibrant colours, Alex uses playful lines and a wide variety of shapes in his work, always focusing on the relationship between those elements and
This March, FORM’s PUBLIC Silo Trail is bringing its program of street art and stories to Albany, Western Australia. Over the past three years, the trail has put regional Western Australia on the map, bringing world-class murals to grain silos, public walls and transformer boxes across the state, with artwork so far from Phlegm, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Hense and Amok
In April and May 2016, street artists Stinkfish, Mazatl and Kill Joy visited the Lenca indigenous communities in Intibucà and San Francisco Lempira in Honduras. The expedition was the first part of an independent street art initiative, the Cuma Project, whose aim is to support people and communities of Latin America who face injustices due
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