If you love your Australian street art, no doubt you know of Beastman and his amazing art work! And if you're anything like me, news of his annual Australian solo show is something which you look forward to each year! Nothing like an early xmas present right?
But don't wait for the Opening Night to go in debt! Made that mistake before and regretted it for years! Be sure to request a exhibition catalogue from the feedbag friendly hombre's at "The Hours". There is nothing like getting home to A-grade artworks hanging from your favourite wall!
See you there!
More from the artist
'Genesis' is the latest instalment in the ongoing body of artwork by Sydney based artist Beastman (Bradley Eastman). This much anticipated exhibition features a series of new paintings on wood further progressing the artist's distinctive style and exploring concepts surrounding the origins of life. These vibrant, geometric and impressive paintings range in size from small to large, reflecting themes of generation and growth in the natural world, whilst communicating the futuristic and overwhelming idea of nature coming to life in a way could have never imagined. The deities featured in Beastman's ambitious new works are a representation of lifeforms in nature progressing beyond the boundaries of our imagination, when the cosmic forces of nature eventually reveal the irrelevance of humanity in the universe.
Wednesday 31 July 2013 6-9pm
Exhibition continues until Sunday 4 August - Open 12-5pm daily
The Tate Gallery
345 Glebe Point Road, Glebe (Sydney)
Email email@example.com to request an exhibition catalogue.
About the Artist
One of the most distinctive and prolific emerging artists in Australia, and one third of creative group The Hours, Beastman has exhibited extensively throughout Australia, as well as in the UK, USA, Germany, Hong Kong and New Zealand. He has curated and organised numerous art exhibitions and projects, has designed graphics for various brands including Element, The Art Park, Longview, Stone & Wood and Smirnoff, and has also been commissioned to create artwork for Hyundai, Red Bull, Campaign Monitor, Mini, Facebook, Tiger Beer and Huawei. Beastman was named Best Artist at the 2010 Sydney Music, Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards and his large mural works can be found all over Australia and in London, Berlin, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv and New York.
Special thanks go to
The Hours, The Tate, Asahi and element skate boards for their continued and unwavering support for Australian arts and arts culture.