The only thing better than 80s punk is 80s punk on grainy colourless video. Misfits equals awesome, as this scorching live show from Detroit 1983 suggests.
Ben Frost, Sydney’s most cherished paste-up artist, is unleashing a new exhibit down under for the first time in three years; and I’m very excited. Lost in the Supermarket, a reference to The Clash song, sees Frost cleverly lampooning our advertising obsessed society by boldly juxtaposing brands, identities and social demands. Catch it at Redfern’s […]
New Eyes Open, sponsored by We Are The Image Makers and Semi Permanent, will feature new work by thirty Australian artists, the majority of whom are emerging artists, with an aim to reinvent and open your eyes to contemporary Australian art. Amongst those showing are Kareena Zerefos, Ben Frost [above] and Jirat James Patradoon. New […]