After moving to NYC in June to work under the mentorship of Ron English I’m now happy to announce my first ever solo exhibition in the USA… www.kid-zoom.com
FIT TO PRINT
This December, No Vacancy Gallery and QV Melbourne present FIT TO PRINT a one-off exhibition and weekend printmaking demonstrations to be held in QV Square that showcase Australia’s finest emerged and emerging printmaking artists. In total more than 40 artists’ will present different print techniques and processes including – Screen- Printing, Linocut Printing and Gocco Printing – with featured works making for the perfect gift this Christmas.
FIT TO PRINT the exhibition will open on Thursday December 9 and run to December 23, 2010 in the No Vacancy
Gallery, Jane Bell Lane, QV Melbourne.
Two dollars from every print sold over $20 from December 9 to December 23, will be donated to the Asylum Seekers
Adriana Bernardo | Andrea Innocent | Ann Gee Neo | Aramas Ridge | Belinda Kemp | Ben Carollo | Bonsai | Beastman | Brooke Williams |Caitlin Sherwood | Cat Rabbit | Cat Macinnes | Catherine Campbell | Charotte Lance | Cougar Flashy | Edouard Mouy | Elise Hurst | Emma Leonard | Eugenia Tsimiklis | Eveline Tarunadjaja | Fee Harding aka Burntfeather | Gary Seaman | Gemma Jones | George Whelan | ghostpatrol | Glen Smith | Hayley O’Connor | Heesco | Jake Stollery | Jennifer Cossins aka Red Parka | Jeremy Ley | Jessica Tremp | Jessica Charlotte | Jessica McCausland | Joel Zika | Kaitlin Beckett | Katherine Hepworth | Katie Houghton-Ward | Katja Mouvlin | Keren Dobia | Lashna Tuschewski | Lauz Rigbye | Lazerfist | Leif Podhajsky | Leigh Rubin | Liesl Pfeffer | Mark Silipo | Max Plumley | Michael Fikaris | Michael Hawkins | Miso | Natasha Sim | Nathaniel Kiwi | Niels Oeljten | Noah Seldom | Raph Banks | Ria Green |Robot Academy | Ruby Aitken | Sally Shand aka Ragdoll Illustrations | Sarah Mair | Sarah Hankinson | Scizzorface | Sera Hocquard |Simon Attwooll | Steph Pryor | Sylvia Jeffriess | Tom Vincent | Toni-Anne Dowd | TWOONE | Vidad Narayan
for more information and demonstrations go to: http://www.no-vacancy.com.au/fit.html
Back in Melbourne this Sunday for a free gig at the Rooftop starting 6:30.
going to be packed out, i’d get in early.
Picnics,Yone,Elph,Petro,Kami&Kami,Rinsing and slaying every body on WordsWithFriends. Between the gallery and projects, it’s been a hectic few months. Just saw Kami and Sasu off to Tokyo, finally catching up on emails.
DJ KRUSH (JAPAN)
From his Ronnie Jordan remixes to his wild collaborations with DJ Shadow, Krush is one of the most prolific identities in instrumental hip hop today.
Known across the globe for his sensuous grooves derived from an array of influences such as Coltrane, Miles Davis and Kurtis Blow, Krush melds the most adventurous aspects of hip hop with the free spiritedness of avant-garde jazz.
His mind blowing live shows are the stuff of legend as he captivates and enthralls his audience with a unique style that infuses a heady blend of dark, lush, bass heavy, smoked out soundscapes with jazz, electronica and live instrumentation.
PERFORMING AT THE CORNER
and supported by Ransom & Dj Sizzle
THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2010
THE CORNER 57 SWAN STREET RICHMOND VIC
TICKETS $42 PLUS B/F – MORE ON THE DOOR
All tickets are on-sale at the Corner Box Office (57 Swan St Richmond 12-8 Mon-Sat), phone bookings on 9427 9198, online bookings www.cornerhotel.com
Screen print, fresh off the press, signed and numbered by Kami and Sasu one of only 50.
Aus $120. buy here.
Lister has his next show at Chalk Horse, Surry Hills, Sydney.
Check the ChalkHorse website out for more info
Im excited to be featured in the latest Hi-Fructose magazine that is currently in stores worldwide. I have been following Hi Fructose for a few years now and privileged to be involved. Its also worth checking this issue for the amazing works of Oliver Vernon, David Cook, Caitlin Hackett and Stephane Blanquet.
Check the Hi-Fructose website for more info and distribution. Nice.