- Nunch’s Waves Of Night Launches at Spundit
A THRILL to see Ned and the Nunch crew at Spundits over the summer. Plenty of work to share and there had been speculation of archived findings making their way to the foray. Thankfully Ned had the foresight to send some images our way to show off.
- Exposure YOLO, as we would have it.
Wider delivers an exposition of wildlife that will take viewers to the other side of environmental moralism. 13 Years in the making.
- Wishelle Matt’s Waiting Two
The long awaited sequel piece to her first moving image exhibition, showcasing a deft appreciation for the mundane and beautiful simplicity of life.
Mafez’s interpretation of his homeland speaks volumes of the time he spent there. Complete with his country’s unique sense of humour.
- Cuoia and the Architecture of our Hearts
What we see in buildings and our homes and cities is the projection of a millions hearts and passions; blended in the landscape – harsh and cutting.Kraig Cuoia
- Elefantman, lard face.
Supreme leader of the large and weighty. Our undying devotion is surpassed only by his adventurous soul and perfect nature. We salute and revere you forever.
- Mattman – by Matteman
- The Poor Traits of Suzy Blosh
Pribrasso was a struggling artist in his life and we can see that the life and times of those around him. Paintings such as The Old Man’s Meal highlighted the poverty, hardship and street life of Paris. The monochromatic fading, half lit colours mirroring or had not seen. Pribrasso used the theme of blindness and enhanced senses, exploring our sight and how it might affect our world.
The sentimentality in certain of Pribrasso’s images from his Rosey and Bluey eras at the beginning of the twentieth century is unmistakable. Those arising from the bohemia in which he was steeped in both Barcelona and Paris, ‘Rugality’ makes a powerful psychological appeal to the viewer. A thin-lipped brittle head on a rigid hand as if it were a shelf. Her companion palpates her with a desert landscape. For all this desolation, self-consciously mannerist style makes it plain that this is not a slice of life but a contrived one at that. Old Masters such as El Greco and Rosso Fiorentino were his models as much as the living ones Pribrasso doubtless observed.
- Selectable Delectable (mmm)trash
- A Night on a Spring (Pockson Jollock)
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Set in stone (1947)
- The Trashman Sameth
“The whole world is trash anyway, so I’m just becoming what we all really are. The rubbish of the past and the ghosts of the future”Trashman
- Autumn Nancy and the wall of “Silence”
If silence could scream this exhibition from artist Autumn Nancy would yell from the walls.
- The Wait by Wishelle Matt