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Changing Lanes presents live mural work by Sydney street artists and beyond. Ears, SMC, Max Berry, Vars and La will run head to head, can to can, bringing street art out into the open in an unforgettable union of the Oh Really and The Movement crews, as well as featuring other more nomadic street personas.
Cartoon nerd and Secret Wars Semi-Finalist Max Berry, makes black and white geometrics a parade of goofy-eyed thicks, and belching, slack-armed kids. Throw in for good measure some chickens, ghouls and mo’s and you might have some idea of what he’s getting at. It’s a style with no boundaries and endless possibilities.
Most known for his clean 2D line designs, in sticker and paste-up form, Max has fast become a big part of the inner Sydney cultural landscape. One third of the Oh Really Gallery trio, Max’s most recent solo exhibition, “A Search for Ground in Higher Places”, saw his practice successfully extended into areas such as jewellery, plush toys and instillation, plus a movement into binary-focused and painterly narrative works that touch on the surreal. Max is also currently involved with the exciting, newly launched, lo-fi collective.
Come down on the festival day and catch Max Berry in his element.
‘painting for malik joyeux and bernardo bertolucci (v)’ by julian schnabel, 2006 (gesso and ink on polyester)
‘unititled (x-ray)’ by julian schnabel, 2008 (ink on polyester)
Julian Schnabel, American filmmaker and artist.
Some new works from Kareem Rizk, currently on display at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco .
2700 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Co-curated by Eddie Martinez
August 14, 2010 — September 04, 2010
MELBOURNE | FRIDAY AUGUST 13
Gorker Gallery, Fitzroy | 6-9pm
Sanna Charles – London
Rip Zinger – Tokyo
Ben Rayner – London
Ray Potes- San Francisco
Ryan Hopkinson – London
Massan Fluker – San Francisco
Jonathan Winston – London
Trevor Traynor – New York
Amanda Lopez – San Francisco
SexySushi – Tokyo
Jacob Knill – London
Nior – Melbourne
French – London
Kate Gagliardi – Adelaide
Jesse Olsen – Melbourne
Gary Seaman – Adelaide
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Changing lanes is a brand new festival run by FBi Radio and MAPS Entertainment.
A massive festival of arts and music in Newton on 19th September, 2010
Featuring Sydney artists Ears, smc and Melbourne underground master, PHIBS. There are two other names ( one world renowned ) to be confirmed..
The crews of Everfresh, Oh Really and The Movement will run head to head on the day, dusting up to live tunes on Eliza St Newtown. This music line up is yet to be announced but with the support of fbi radio and 567 im sure it will be huge!!
Keep your eyes on Forth Thread for interviews and exclusive’s
What: Changing Lanes Art and Music Festival
When: 19th September, 2010
Where: Eliza St Newtown
Who: MAPS Entertainment and FBi Radio
Visual Artists: Ears, smc, PHIBS, and one local and one world-renowned artist coming soon