2019 | EXHIBITIONS + EVENTS


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UNFAMILIAR WILDS
Solo exhibition by Alex Meagher

Join us as we celebrate the opening of 'Unfamiliar Wilds', an exhibition by Alex Meagher using medium and large format infrared film to create scenes from an unfamiliar world. Proudly supported by Young Henrys, Haymes Paint, Kayell Australia, and featuring a special live performance by Ceramic Flowers.

Exhibition open for viewing Wed. 30th Oct - Sun. 3rd Nov

For all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane info@bsidegallery.com


PAST EXHIBITIONS + EVENTS 2019

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TUNE IN TOON OUT
EVIL KEANEVIL X CAPER

Kicking off BSIDE Gallery's 2019 program we have our studio resident and homie Evil Keanevil joining forces with Caper for a collaborative exhibition filled with colour and nostalgia.

Take a trip down memory lane and see iconic cartoon characters recreated in the contemporary styles that both artists have honed over the years, from acrylic paintings and stencils, to intricate woodcuts.

Join us for the opening of Tune In Toon Out from 6-9pm this Friday 18th January, proudly supported by Young Henrys!

The exhibition runs from Tuesday 15th - Sunday 20th January 2019, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana - info@bsidegallery.com

Exhibition hours:

Tuesday 11am - 5pm
Wednesday 11am - 5pm
Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 9pm
Saturday 11am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 4pm

Caper

Caper has been an active street artist for over 12 years, creating illustrations and paintings that parody mass media and popular culture. His use of multi-layered imagery in his works at times appear idiosyncratic and quirky, whilst acting as typical by-products of American superabundance and marketing.
Caper's works are saturated with mental inertia, cliches and bad jokes, and by their nature question the coerciveness of the superficial.

Evil Keanevil

Evil Keanevil's work is a dynamic and bold exploration of entropy and deconstruction of reality. Pop culture icons, as well as original characters are deconstructed to reveal their core components, usually by liquefying or melting the subject.
Questions and themes have risen through the meltingly matter, bubbling through the muck and surfacing in the paintings themselves - which components can be stripped away, and by what measure before the subject becomes unrecognisable? When the subject is melted down, is it their perception of reality being manipulated, or the viewer's?


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WHORE’HEY PRESENTS:
CANDY SHOP OF HORRORS

"Appropriation comes natural to me, my awareness of conventional and pop art reflects into my life creating a space for appropriation and the art of copying. The underlying aspect of "I am not unique within my individuality" John Bauldessari (https://youtu.be/eU7V4GyEuXA) being a major influence, assisting with my structure of non-ground breaking art. My delivery and process of creation is sporadic and fuelled by my mental illness and traumatic past. Evident in my works which you will read soon. I am reaching for the title of "Mistress of Appropriation"

My maladaptive personality and artwork conflict together creating a harmonious environment for my expression.

Topic of works: sex, sex work, strippers, coffee, drugs/candy, alcohol, sleep, yoga, vegan, divorce/prison, pregnancy, abortion, rape, borderline personality disorder, money, debt, suicide, hip hop."
- Whore’Hey

Join us for the opening of 'Candy Shop of Horrors' from 6pm on Friday 15th February at BSIDE Gallery, Level 1 121 Brunswick St Fitzroy.

The exhibition runs from Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th February 2019.


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SCRAPS
MICHAEL CAIN

"A trip back to those memorable moments, objects and interactions that ultimately blur, fade, and dissolve as time passes."

Join us for the opening of Michael Cain's solo exhibition 'Scraps' from 6pm on Friday 8th March, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Wednesday 6th - Sunday 18th March 2019

For all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana - info@bsidegallery.com


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BANGARANG
[DIRECTOR’S CUT]


JESWRI

BANGARANG is JESWRI’s second solo exhibition.
A show exploring all the distractions that a kid from the 90’s would use as a too escape a cold, chaotic world.

BANGARANG was a commonly used word throughout the 90’s hit movie Hook. ‘Bangarang’ is a Jamaican word that loosely translates to disturbance. JESWRI is an Australian-Artist who has worked along some names like Young Henrys, Audio Technica, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, Vans and Mattel.

BANGARANG was first held in Sydney, last December - where JESWRI showcased 12 flash sheets of twisted and alternate realities of famous pop-culture references, such as The Simpons, Toy Story, WWE and various cartoons that everyone grew up with.

BSIDE Gallery in Melbourne has the joy of experiencing the 'DIRECTORS CUT' with additional (never-seen-before) artworks that were created exclusively for this event. One night only.

*Catalogue released 21/3

Proudly Supported by:
Young Henrys & BSIDE Gallery


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CUT OFF YOUR HANDS JEWELLERY LAUNCH PARTY

Hard lines, fractured oxidised recesses and bold lines. The time has finally come to unleash my brutaLUST designs into the world. Come celebrate the launch of Cut Off Your Hands Jewellery with a few beers from the legends at Young Henrys at BSIDE Gallery.


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BSIDE GALLERY
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MATT BLATT FURNITURE

Join us for an evening of art, furniture and design as BSIDE Gallery takes over the walls of Matt Blatt Furniture for one night only this Friday 12th April!

Featuring selected works from the BSIDE Gallery stockroom by both local and internationally-acclaimed artists Said Dokins, Will Coles, Gus Eagleton, Indie184, Tuyuloveme, Jack Fran, Michael Cain, Caper, Silk Roy, James Wilson, Steve Hamilton and many more.

The exhibition will be open from 5-8pm, with beverages provided by Gage Roads Brewing Co and 15% off all Matt Blatt products store wide!

For more details or to enquire about available artworks please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana at info@bsidegallery.com


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ST. O’DONELL’S
CONCEPT STORE + LAUNCH

The Concept Store is a celebration of St.O’Donnell’s contribution to the arts, music and fashion scene in Sydney and now Melbourne by showcasing our past /future collaborators in art, music via a week long pop up shop front.

MELBOURNE
30th April - 5th May
RSVP → https://bit.ly/2CphnnP

Art / Photographic Theme - IDENTITY
EXHIBITION

Luisa Cavalieri
Felix Atkinson
Ben Amando
XXFLOS
Misklectic

PLUS Exclusive St.O'Donnell Merchandise

Presented by Young Henrys & Jameson Irish Whiskey


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UNTOLD
HELPING HOOPS

Helping Hoops Untold is a photography exhibition giving our children a platform to show the world their creativity and how they see the world. Over the past 12 months, we have handed the camera over and got out their way so they can be the storytellers and document what is important to them. 80 works will be on display from Friday May 24 to Sunday May 26 (midday to 7pm all days), following a launch party on Thursday May 23 from 6-9pm.

Thanks to our partners Clifton Hill / North Fitzroy Community Bank Branch (presenting partner), Ringwood Camera House and BSIDE Gallery.


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SPEAK ON IT #4

If you haven't come along before, Speak On It is a bimonthly gathering that offers a supportive and safe space for artists to come together to discuss mental health through Hip Hop (rap or singing) and Spoken Word Poetry.

The night aims to bring people together to really connect with their community and to ensure they know they are not alone.

This is a not-for-profit community event that encourages artists to get deep and share what's on their mind and listen to and perform to likeminded people, while helping to break the stigma of mental health.

This intimate event is held in a safe space/gallery, hidden from the general public, and fosters a welcoming environment that supports artists and opens up a conversation about mental health, allowing the sharing of similar experiences of people in the room. Not to mention, we'll be surrounded by amazing local art.

This is an inclusive space, and welcomes and encourages people of all walks of life and ages to attend.

These nights are truly special and unforgettable. Look forward to seeing everyone again!
Peace, Class A xx

PERFORMER LINEUP:
Raven (Crate Cartel)
Lotus 2.0
Motley
Sinks
Tigerbalm Artist
JP
Emkew
VYTAL ONE
Yes/No/Maybe
Lisha Murphy

HOST: Class A

SUPPORT:
We will also have our regular Clinical Psychologist, the legendary Jarrod Eden along on the night. Helpful mental health resources and phone numbers to call for help will be available.

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14, Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800, Mensline Australia on 1300 789 978 or the Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467.

Speak on it is being held on the lands of the Wurundjeri People and we wish to acknowledge them as Traditional Owners.


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POP FICTION


STEVE HAMILTON

Inspired by references that dance across the generations, Steve Hamilton's latest offering 'Pop Fiction' composes imagery in the medium of pop art, traditional street based pasteup, spray and acrylic paint.

Steve's work aims to bring back those childhood memories and beckons us to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life for just a moment.

Join us for the opening of 'Pop Fiction' from 6-9pm Friday 7th June, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co & Haymes Paint!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Wednesday 5th - Sunday 9th June, for all enquiries please email info@bsidegallery.com


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ESS.BEE
’WHAT’S MINE IS YOURS’ STORE + LAUNCH

ESS ⬩ BEE is all about feeling comfortable living as the person you want to be. Since December 2017, our brand has sought to walk societies imposed line between masculine and feminine—with each individual customer having the chance to take the piece in the direction that best suits their identity.

To celebrate the fine frootz of our labour ESS.BEE is hosting a launch and pop up store for our first collection titled- "WHATS MINE IS YOURS". This collection will be available for purchase on the night. Music by C.FRIM and drinks provided. Come say HEY!!!

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ESS ⬩ BEE acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the rightful custodians of the land in which this launch and pop up is taking place on. We give our respect to their elders, past present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.

Artwork by @dotheknowledge


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THE BLIND EYE
OF THE NEEDLE
MONA QUILTY

Through manipulation of the animal body, Mona Quilty's work explores the ethical propositions inherent in the human-animal relationship, aiming to question the taxidermic process itself as a means of negating animal agency.

When we witness the abject, we are reminded of ourselves.

"Within my work, abjection through taxidermy acts as impetus for our repulsion against both the material truths of the body and the fragility of the conscious mind, with death unifying matter and thought as a single system.

With this, the animal agent is rendered down to a symbolic vessel, presenting human-centric dilemmas that the artwork itself aims to dispute.

This poses a question: How can the art work interrogate the anthropocentric viewpoint when the animal body is used as a vehicle for doing so?

With the premise behind my work as contradictory, the taxidermic animal is here as a tool, revelatory through the question of its own creation.

The object stares back."
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Mona Quilty is a second year Sculpture and Spatial Practice student at the VCA. She uses taxidermy and performance as a methodology for her art practice, focusing on the human animal relationship and the moment of encounter.

This body of work attempts to recognise our perceptual limitations while addressing our inability to reconcile the unknown.

Join us for the opening reception of 'The Blind Eye of the Needle' from 6-9pm on Friday 28th June, proudly supported by
Haymes Paint & Gage Roads Brewing Co!

The exhibition is open for viewing Wed. 26th - Sun. 30th June 2019, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager via email info@bsidegallery.com


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BSIDE GALLERY’S
3rd BIRTHDAY
GROUP EXHIBITION

My oh my, how time does fly! A massive thank you to all of the artists, collectors, supporters, friends and family who have helped shape BSIDE Gallery over the past 3 years - it takes a village you know ♥

Join us in celebration of our rad creative community and have a toast to BSIDE Gallery's 3rd orbit with over 60 local and international artists exhibiting works in EAT. SLEEP. PAINT. REPEAT. curated by the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane, proudly supported by Young Henrys, Haymes Paint and Montana Cans Australia.

Featuring artists:

WILL COLES • MAKATRON • BEN FROST • CHUCK MAYFIELD • CEZARY STULGIS • LOGAN MOODY • NICOLE REED • ROQDRAW • CAPER • KAITLIN BECKETT • TOOTS MCGEE • DREW FUNK • MANOFDARKNESS • MISS E • GLEN DOWNEY • LIAM SNOOTLE • KAT WEIR • ELIZAVETA MALTSEVA • JESWRI • TIM COLEMAN • MISHAP • TEGAN IVERSEN • POISE • ZENA DUBRAY • ROYAL83 • TAYLA BROEKMAN • ADI BRIERLEY • BRIGIT MAHER • SUGAR • RUSKIDD • CHLOE WILDER • RUBY FILM • DRAHTFUNK • KEO MATCH • KENZ • COOPER PINCH • ADRIAN DOYLE • MICHAEL CAIN • UNDER THE SEED • TUYULOVEME • LYNCH • JAMES WILSON • CHAZ BOJORQUEZ • SAID DOKINS • SILK ROY • CHRIS COSTA • JACK FRAN • ILWON • TROFE • LING • CHEHEHE • ALEX MEAGHER • HUGO MATHAIS • ADAM MCKAY • NICOLE TATTERSALL • AARON CRAIG • BEN LOPEZ • ANGUS DONALD • JUNKY PROJECTS • HARLEY & HANDEN • AARON TYLER • P1XELS • RIOKO TEGA X SAUL JARVIE • STOPEM • FACTER • HITCH • SAEMSAME

Collector's preview: 4-6pm Friday 12th July

Opening night: 6-10pm Friday 12th July

Exhibition open for viewing:
11am - 5pm Saturday 13th July
12pm - 5pm Sunday 14th July
11am - 5pm Wednesday 17th July
11am - 5pm Friday 19th July

For all enquiries please contact info@bsidegallery.com


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GROUPHOME POP-UP

Join the homies GroupHome at BSIDE Gallery on Saturday 20th July from 6-9pm as they celebrate their 003 collection launch , proudly supported by the legends at Young Henrys!


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FULLHOUSE PRINTS

Special Collection [2011-2018] curated by

Beatriz Pereira

BSIDE Gallery and iArtBrasil are pleased to invite you to join us for the opening of this exciting exhibition: FULLHOUSE PRINTS Special Collection [2011 - 2018] curated by Beatriz Pereira.

This exclusive collective exhibition is an Australian-first with more than 30 great names of Brazilian Urban Art with original artworks and high-quality silkscreen prints produced by FullHouse Prints between 2011 - 2018.

In addition to the limited edition serigraph prints, the exhibition will feature original artworks by Ju Violeta and Tinho, as well as a special projection of works by photographer Diego Aliados - who expresses his art in black and white - depicting the urban peripheral scenery of São Paulo.

This exclusive exhibition at BSIDE Gallery, Level 1 121 Brunswick St, Fitzroy will present a unique show open for viewing from 11am - 5pm across July 24 - 28th, with the official opening on Friday the 26th of July from 6 - 9pm, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co , Haymes Paint , ABRISA - Brazilian Association in Melbourne Tropical Lab presents: Rael (Melbourne) Organique Australia.

Don't miss this opportunity to view this special collection of Brazilian urban art for the first time in Australia!

AKN • ALEX SENNA • ARNALDO PANDOLFO • BOLETA • BOZÓ BACAMARTE • CRISTIANO KANA • CHIVITZ • DA LATA • DINO • DIEGO ALIADOS • ENIVO • ERICA MIZUTANI • FEFE TALAVERA • GG SUSTOS • JU VIOLETA • LOBOT • MINHAU • MUNDANO • MARINA ZUMI • ONESTO • PATO • PROZAK • PAULO ITO • RODRIGO BRANCO • HIGHRAFF • SLIKS • SINHÁ • TITI FREAK • TINHO • THAÍS UEDA • TCHÊ RUGGI • VERMELHO

About FullHouse Prints:

FullHouse Prints was created in São Paulo by brothers Cristiano and Alexandre Enokawa during 1995, in the midst of the creative scene and underground culture of skateboarding and urban art. They collaborated with local artists and the technical evolution of serigraph printing in Brazil. They are pioneers in silkscreen printing, bringing together a collection of works by some of the best national and international urban artists of South America.

About the Curator:

Beatriz Pereira is a cultural producer and the owner of iArtBrasil (Est. 2015) currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

iArtBrasil was born from Beatriz’s desire to represent and produce artists within the street art capital of São Paulo and has been active in the scene curating and producing exhibitions, projects and commissions for 4 years, both locally and internationally.

Her other achievements to date include working for renowned commercial art gallery Luis Maluf (2016) as a cultural producer and gallery assistant, management for internationally-acclaimed artist Cranio (2015-2018), co-curated a charity auction for Diamonds in the Kitchen (2018), and curating an collective exhibition for San Paul Gallery with 14 Brazilian street artists in Miami (2018) .


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ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE
John & Viki Murray

Absent Without Leave is a collection of works by the Lightning Ridge-based creative duo Viki and John Murray.

The collection is the result of spending a two-month summer residence immersed in the street art and multicultural hub of Melbourne.

Featuring collaborative and individual works in canvas, wood and found objects, the vibrant pieces are a playful marriage of John’s distinctly honed acrylic brush work and Viki’s monotone figurative stencils.

Limited edition prints of public art pieces completed in Fitzroy, Melbourne CBD and East Brunswick in early 2019 will feature as well. As is the transient nature of street art, some of these public works have since disappeared; making them great collectables of a particular time and place.

John Murray’s name is now synonymous with outback art, with a career spanning over 35 years. His gallery, established in 1992 in the opal mining township of Lightning Ridge NSW, is well known and highly regarded. The photorealistic landscapes and often quirky depictions of country life and bush humour John creates are celebrated both in Australia and by international collectors. Some of these works feature as public art pieces across NSW, QLD and VIC.

In the summer of 2019 John enjoyed collaborating with Melbourne street artist Caper on the BSIDE Gallery walls, and at Grumpy’s ‘Never Faded’ monthly paint jam curated by Shannon Keane.

Viki Murray is a Lightning Ridge-based photographer/stencil artist and co-director of John Murray Art Gallery, with a permanent display space in the gallery. Her photo artistry is varied in style and themes and incorporates mediums of sumi ink, paint, and aerosol painted 5-8 layered stencils.

Join us for the opening of John & Viki Murray's collaborative exhibition Absent Without Leave from 6pm Friday 16th August, proudly supported by Young Henrys & Haymes Paint!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Wednesday 14th - Sunday 18th August, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane via email - info@bsidegallery.com


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GARDEN PARTY
Curated by Esther Sandler

Garden Party is a group exhibition that will showcase work by a number of established and emerging artists and designers from Australia with intersecting craft, design and illustration backgrounds.

Inspired by the instinctive tendency for humans to seek connections with nature, each artist is asked to examine their relationship with plants in daily life, exploring ideas such as growth, fragility, joy, dependence, disappointment, aversion, friendship or beyond, and create a piece of work in response spanning disciplines including illustration, textiles, ceramics and more.

Featuring works by:
Aaron Billings
Amanda Farncomb
Beci Orpin
Carolyn Hawkins
Cat Rabbit
Esther Sandler
Hilary Green
Lori Camarata
Lucinda Florence
Min Pin
Nina Elliott
Sarah Strickland
Tara Whalley

Join us for the opening of 'Garden Party' from 6pm Friday 23rd August at BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Craft Cubed, Gage Roads Brewing Co & Haymes Paint!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Wednesday 21st - Sunday 25th August, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane via email info@bsidegallery.com


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THIS IS NOT A TOY SCENE
Curated by GGNW Toy Co.

Australian-based toy artists come together to bring you another instalment of "This Is Not A Toy Scene".

This exhibition features GoodGuysNeverWin toy co., Kayo Toys, Imaginarium, Yes/no/maybe Toys, Cepholopede, Limitbreak, Sekure D, Irikanji by Facter - Artist & Writer, Rachee Renee, Morphin Toys and more!

The purpose of this exhibit is to kick-start a community of sculptors, toymakers, custom-bashers and other creators who might not have considered themselves artists until now. In a city that is the centre of Australian art it is long overdue that playtime be taken seriously - All for toys and toys for all!

Join us for the opening of This Is Not A Toy Scene from 6pm Friday 30th August at BSIDE Gallery, proudly supported by Young Henrys and Haymes Paint!

For all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane via email - info@bsidegallery.com


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MALLRAT
’Driving Music’ Launch Party

Help Mallrat celebrate the release of her new EP at her ‘Driving Music’ launch party!

- Meet and Greet with Mallrat
- Exclusive merch and test pressing giveaways only available on the day

Get down early to ensure entry.

Free, all ages event.

Driving Music out September 6: https://mallrat.lnk.to/DrivingMusic


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AS I GAZE


PSC Fundraiser hosted by Medium

MEDIUM MELBOURNE PRESENTS; PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIES COLLEGE 2019 GRADUATION EXHIBITION ‘AS I GAZE’ PRINT SALE FUNDRAISER EVENT.

AN ECSTATIC EVENING THAT BRINGS TOGETHER LIVE MUSIC AND PHOTOGRAPHY OF EACH MAJOR FIELD OF STUDY; COMMERCIAL, DOCUMENTARY AND FINE ART, AS WELL AS THEIR INTERSECTIONS.

On October 3rd, Medium and the Photography Studies College (PSC) Graduating Class of 2019 are celebrating emerging artists and their endeavours in the heart of Fitzroy at BSIDE Gallery. A collection of fine-art printed images to be sold, hung on the walls of the space and serenaded to by an array of local musicians. The likes of which are inspired by many of the same ideas expressed in the photographs; identity, the ‘other’ and the perceptions of those around us, cultivated by innate human interactions and experiences. During the bursts of song and dance, attendees are invited to buy any and all images on the walls of the space. Ranging between $5 - $30, each purchase made on the night will financially support the PSC Graduates for their End-of-Year Exhibition, ‘As I Gaze’, at the Centre of Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy.

All are welcome to come along to the fundraiser; fellow members of Melbourne's art and music communities, friends and loved ones. This will be an exuberant evening and to be enjoyed by everyone attended, full of interesting conversation, stellar dancing bathed by the assemblage of photographs.

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Forming in the December of 2017, Medium are a Melbourne based platform invested in giving young artists a voice. With all four founders working in creative industries, they understand the struggle of gaining recognition for their work. They know Melbourne to be one of the world’s greatest creative hubs, and therefore want to find as many opportunities to connect such talent with a wider audience.

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Both Medium and the Photography Studies College acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and culture. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.


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MEMENTO MORI II
Curated by Chris Costa &
Ariana Leane

"The one that fears death, cannot enjoy life."

'Memento Mori II' is an annual group exhibition featuring works by a selection of more than 30 local and international artists, curated by Chris Costa and Ariana Leane.

Featuring fresh original artworks by:

BADMANN / BALAZOVA BLACK / BRIGIT MAHER
CARLA SCOTTO / CARLOS PATINO / CHEHEHE
CHRIS COSTA / CLARE HAMPSHIRE / CONRAD SQUARE
CRISPY LENNOX / DEANNDRA ROSE / ELLA HECKENDORF
GLEN DOWNEY / INKBOY / JESWRI / JACK FRAN
JOEL HAMMONDS / JOEL MCDONALD
KAT WEIR / LE GRIZZ / LISA HUNTLEY / LORI CARAMATA
MADDY FRASER / MARK NOEL / MICHAEL CAIN / MIKE ELEVEN
NAOMI LEE BEVERIDGE / REBECCA ENYA / RUSKIDD
SKUBZ MOPE / TR3ETZ / WILL COLES / YAN YAN CANDY NG

Join us for the opening of 'Memento Mori II' from 6pm Friday 11th October at BSIDE Gallery, with a pop-up store from Badlands Brand, fresh MMII tees by Killer Merch, cheeky drinks from the legends at Young Henrys and beats supplied by Deanndra Rose this is set to be one great night!

The exhibition is open for viewing from Friday 11th - Sunday 13th October, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana Leane via email info@bsidegallery.com


TOPO’S ADVENTURES IN MELBOURNE
Solo exhibition by TOPO

'Topo's Adventures in Melbourne' features a selection of original works by Spanish artist Topo who has resided in Melbourne for the past year.

Topo's style has developed immensely during his time rocking the city laneways and surrounds, meeting new pals and getting up to mischief - this translates onto his series of original paintings, sculptures, digital collages and mixed media artworks.

Through his work Topo expresses his positive outlook and advice to the people at large to maintain a continuous curiosity and to think for themselves.

"This year of living in Melbourne has been a milestone in my life - marking a 'before and after' point in my work as an artist and style in general. I am very thankful to be part of the Melbourne street art scene, for my time spent in this city and especially to the people that I've met here. I want to express my gratitude through this exhibition, to say thank you and see you soon Melbourne!" - Topo

Join us for the opening of 'Topo's Adventures in Melbourne' at BSIDE Gallery from 6pm Friday 18th October, proudly supported by Gage Roads Brewing Co & Haymes Paint.

The exhibition will be open for viewing Friday 18th - Sunday 20th October, for all enquiries please contact the Gallery Manager Ariana via email info@bsidegallery.com