Posted: January 5th, 2012 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Art News, HUF x DLX x Haroshi | Tags: exhibition, Fredo Ortiz, Gallery Opening, HUF Headquarters, HUF x DLX x Haroshi, Money Mark, Ray Barbee, Tommy Guerrero | No Comments »
There’s been a a couple of neat video teasers for the HUF x DLX x Haroshi collab floating around for a couple of months now, with the collaboration’s details being shrouded in mystery. As part of the project’s official launch, Haroshi have constructed six new pieces for the opening ceremony to be held this Saturday at HUF headquarters where the überlegen Money Mark goes back to back with Tommy Guerrero, Ray Barbee and Fredo Ortiz will be performing live.
HUF x DLX x Haroshi
HUF Headquarters 545 S. Clarence St, LA
07 January 2012
7pm – 11pm
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Posted: May 30th, 2011 | Author: Marcus Dangerfield | Filed under: ART, Art News, Artist, Gallery Opening, Kick Gallery, Melbourne, Painter, Tim Vagg | Tags: Gallery Opening, Kick Gallery, The Boxer, Tim Vagg | Comments Off
The Boxer Paintings
Exhibition Opening 6-8pm June 09
Exhibition runs June 07 – June 25 2011
In his new series, The Boxer Paintings, Tim Vagg continues his recent artistic investigations into Australian history posing questions about the notion and formation of our national identity. Having painted portraits of specific Australian heros and antiheros in recent exhibitions ‘the boxer’ becomes the central motif in his new series. Filled with metaphor and allegory Vagg’s new works again invite his audiences to re-look and reassess Australian history and identity.
Kick Gallery is located at 4 Peel Street Collingwood & open Tuesday-Friday11am-6pm & Saturday 12-5pm
For further information contact Kick Gallery on 0412 243 818 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: May 22nd, 2011 | Author: Verity Penfold | Filed under: ART, Art News, Artist, Ben Elisha, Gallery Opening, Kick Gallery, Melbourne, Painter | Tags: Art Gallery, Ben Elisha, exhibition, Gallery Opening, Jacob Hoerner, Kick, Melbourne, Norman Rosenblatt, Suited Men and Patchwork Women | Comments Off
The weekend opening of Ben Elisha’s Exhibition – Suited Men and Patchwork Women – at Kick Gallery, Collingwood was a warm and wondrous gathering. Elisha’s works are exquisite, beautifully crafted, almost mesmerizing. Suited Men was described by one viewer as – almost Madmen like, referring to the opening sequence of the popular television show – the works certainly hold a gaze. Elisha’s Patchwork Women are masterfully crafted, Elisha’s eye for detail is – hopefully – insightful, his armored patchwork lends his models a resilience that might only come from a mind filled with admiration for the females in it’s eye. The opening speech by Norman Rosenblatt was heartfelt, moving. With the room filled and glasses charged the Opening was a wonderfilled way to spend a weekend afternoon, Kick once again has filled it’s space with exciting works from a passionate artist. Read the full article »»»»