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Mori Art Museum – Tokyo

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

I made such a great decision to go to the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. They had a show on called “Sensing Nature” which was many high-grade installations by some of the top conceptual artists from Japan including Yoshioka Tokyujin, Shinodo Taro & Kuribayashi Takashi. It was incredible. Check my website for more flicks from the exhibition.

Live painting at Metro Gallery

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

Last saturday i was invited to paint live for Metro’s big street art exhibition called “On the Wall”. It was a great day. Thanks to all who came down to suck up some fumes. Check Metro’s Blog for more pics. Heres how the day went…


Friday, October 8th, 2010



Thursday, October 7th, 2010

In the Backwoods…


Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Prizm test the new uber size mop

See you tonight


Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

yeah yeah. i know. its been posted already.
Come down and support your locals this friday.



Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The last 2 weeks i have been working on a large commission artwork for a private collection. The size is a 3m x 2m stretched canvas. Im quite happy how this came out. I have never used brushes on a scale as big as this before. The piece is mixed-media (created with acrylic, pastel and aerosol). A time-lapse of the piece was also taken for an upcoming art documentary. Ill speak more about that later.
Photos courtesy of Josh Robenstone. Cheers mate.

Kami and Sasu

Friday, August 13th, 2010

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Josh Robenstone – NY/LA Exhibition

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Backwoods Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Josh Robenstone’s latest solo exhibition ‘LA/NY and other American Adventures’on Friday 20th August, 6-9pm.

NY/LA and other American Adventures’ is a retrospective journey and a portrait of contemporary American society, telling a story that is both fact and fiction. This abstract portrayal of the American way of life weaves together day to day experiences and encounters that span two decades.

LA’s gaping wide roads and obscurely narrow footpaths confirm the dominance of the motor vehicle. The city is shrouded in smog, but the bright sunshine makes you forget. In New York, a different pace and feeling. A city of people and interaction. Faces all day on the crowded footpaths, vibrant and engaged. The contrast between America’s two largest cities feeds a desire to look beneath the surface at the fringes of American society for further understanding.

Shot over numerous trips from 1990 – 2010, Josh Robenstone’s NY/LA and other American Adventures will be on display at Backwoods Gallery from Friday the 20th of August until September 1st 2010.

Pizza Box Art

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

I used some pizza box lids to create some artwork while up on the Goldcoast.
I gave myself 45 mins to do each one. Quite happy how they turned out.
Just poscas and a fineliner…


James Reka is a young contemporary artist and painter. With influences in pop culture, street art and illustration, Reka creates his own world of mysterious creatures that communicate though colour and movement. He has exhibited and curated numerous shows at galleries including Bus Gallery, Greenwood, China Heights, Federation Square Melbourne, Gorker, Monster Children Gallery and No Vacancy to name a few

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