‘Adherence’, a solo exhibition by Dose

‘The most valuable lesson my father taught me was to know when to walk, and when to clench both fists.’

Proudly presenting his debut solo show ‘Adherence’, Melbourne-based artist Dose explores a culture, people, and the evident blurred lines which orbit his world.

Dose provides the viewer with an opportunity to experience his current environment in which remaining adherent becomes increasingly more paramount.

Comprising of four tangible series of works utilising mixed media approaches on a multitude of surfaces, ‘Adherence’ draws definitions between graffiti and art, required sub-cultural errands, anecdotal relationships, and an ode to a youthful memory.

Opening Friday 22nd June 6-9pm, BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Young HenrysIronlakUnion HeightsBoywolfDodgy Paper & Rush Photography

Exhibition open for viewing Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th of June
More info here

Having been based in Melbourne for the majority of his creative career, Dose has focused on providing technically sound and challenging works to the city’s surfaces, whilst developing suited studio based practices. The culmination of both disciplines have given rise to ‘Adherence’.

Follow Dose HERE 

No Sleep Till Bali

No Fixed Address Gallery’s first ever international exhibition is coming to Canggu (Bali) this April!

We’re bringing a little slice of Melbourne to a tropical paradise with over 40 graffiti writers, stencils artists, illustrators and painters working on a custom blend of Melways x Dodgy Paper, featuring:

A. Kinninmont, Askem, Callum Preston, Calm, Caper, Chehehe, Chris Costa, Chuck Mayfield, Creature Creature, Crisis, Dnart, Dosey, DPDPDPR, Drewfunk, Dvate, Evil Keanevil, Facter, Frosk, Heesco, Jack Douglas, Juan Rodriguez, Junky Projects, Kenz, Keo Match, Kid Silk, Kirpy, Kmode, Knock, Le Grizz, Ling, Maha, Makatron, Michael Caine, Mike Eleven, Mike Tea, Mitch Walder, Ohnoes, Osemrs, Poise, Presto, Ruskidd, Steve Cross, Stopem, Sugar, Tayla Broekman, Tom Gerrard, Unwell Bunny, Zena

Join us for the opening night at All Caps Store and Gallery in Canggu from 8-10pm on Saturday the 28th of April for beers, beats and good vibes!

The exhibition runs from Wednesday 25th April – Tuesday 8th May 2018, for further information or to sign up for the presale catalogue please contact Curator Ariana Leane – ariana@nfa.gallery

Ladies First! – Opening night

LADIES FIRST! is a fierce all-girl graffiti/lettering/character exhibition ending summer with tropical good vibes at BSIDE Gallery

Featuring artwork by fly girls such as Indie184, Poise, Dirty Bandits, Paper Jam Press, Toofly, Sear, Toots McGee, and Muriel Ann Ricafrente!

Get down to BSIDE Gallery on Thursday 23rd from 6-9pm to enjoy this vibrant show and kick back with some Young Henrys Lager and Cider!

The exhibition will run 11am-5/6pm Wed-Sun until March 5th 2017
To preview available artworks or for any enquiries please contact Ariana Leane at info@bsidegallery.com

Check out the FB Event here https://www.facebook.com/events/365890110476621/

Art of the Mill Recap Video

Video recap from ‘Art of the Mill’ please share and enjoy.

Art of the Mill

No Fixed Address Gallery is proudly presenting their inaugural group exhibition at the Macedon Ranges Sustainability Festival on the 27th – 28th Feb.

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Nfa.gallery has some of Australia’s biggest street artists on board and a once in a life time space to boot. They will be donating some proceeds to the Macedon Ranges Wildlife Network to help with all the local animals that have been injured in the recent fires.

Get down and grab yourself an amazing piece of not just art but history. You won’t want to miss this one.
HERE ARE ALL THE DETAILS FOR THE SHOW

ROA – Transit Exhibition Berlin

We caught up with a couple of friends (Jess & Terissa), who were helping out at Skalitzers Contemporary Art for the first solo show in Berlin by internationally acclaimed Belgian artist ROA.

“ROA is famous for his large-scale depictions of animals on city walls around the world, ROA brings the creatures which inhabit the fringes of human society back to the metropolis to expose the natural beauty in the cycle of life and death.”

ROA is a brilliant street artist from Ghent, Belgium and is renowned for his giant black and white animal pieces around the city streets and buildings of the world. Today, Roa’s artwork is seen from New York to Berlin and Warsaw to Paris. His style is well suited to the semi derilict buildings and structures you can see his ‘bigger than life’ work on and I’m really impressed with him pushing the envelope in the street art scene.

The night before we hit up my mates Restaurant / Bar Maria Peligro in Kreuzberg for a double denim party. Was a great evening and ended up in McDonalds drinking beers and eating cheeseburgers in the wee hours of the morning.