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Disorder Disorder showcases an inspiring line up of artists drawing influence from the realm of urban street culture and delivers the art of the disengaged. Disorder Disorder features new and existing works from well known artists such as Mike G...
... not to forget Tomoo Gokita, Anthony Lister, Stefan Marx, Ed Templeton, Kill Pixie and Jonathan Zawada! This is perhaps the biggest Street / Contemporary Art Exhibit to ever hit Western Sydney.
Steve 'ESPO' Powers will also doing a talk on Saturday afternoon as well as staying on for a residency over the 2 weeks doing illustration workshops with kids from St. Marys.
I'll be there! Is anyone else going?
I can't wait It's awesome to see Penrith Gallery/Joan Sutherland Center doing something like this.
this sounds amazing, wish I was in sydney!
@Luke - The exhibition itself is not at Joan Sutherland (as one would immediately expect for that area) but is actually at the "Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest" which is on the other side of the river in Emu Plains. See http://www.penrithregionalgallery.org/contactus-gettinghere.php
And I'll be posting some updates from the event today so follow #disorderdisorder hash tag on twitter if you are that way inclined :)
The exhibition was EPIC!!!!! Definitely worth the drive out.
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