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Stanley Donwood: The Panic Office

The Panic Office, a full-scale exhibition showcasing the artwork of long-term Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood, is heading down under – and kicks off this weekend!

Presented by Semi-Permanent and Carriageworks, The Panic Office is touted as an interactive and retrospective exhibition that will take over Sydney’s Carriageworks from May 21 – June 6, boasting over 5,000 pieces of artwork in a purpose built 6,000 sqm space. Craziness!

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Matt Huynh: Magpie, Magpie

The very talented Matt Huynh is heading back to his home city of Sydney for One Night Only!

What for?

He’s showcasing an advanced preview of his latest comic book and exhibiting some of his original artwork.

Read on for all the details.

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Event Review: MA Comic Book Launch and Exhibition

Whilst The 5 to 9 Life has officially jumped ship to Melbourne, there is still some representation happening in Sydney.

And a couple weeks ago when an invitation arrived in my inbox to attend a comic book launch and exhibition of ‘MA’, two main emotions arose: jealousy that I was not in Sydney for the event and excitement that I was able to send a couple of representatives to attend the event as I experienced it vicariously through their words and photos.

The result? Hit the link below.

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Chris Yee: Menace

If you dream about living in your own ‘world’ one day, you might be able to relate to the work of Chris Yee and the concept behind his debut solo exhibition: Menace.

Yee’s world is based around 90’s music, ink and misinterpreted Americana.

Interested? Curious? If you answered yes to either of these questions, read on.

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4A A4

Later this year in November at the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, a major fundraising exhibition will be going down, and currently the gallery is asking for submissions for all types of creatives or basically anyone with a cool idea to submit it on a piece of A4 paper.

Sounds easy right?

Registration is FREE and you’ve got until October 11 to submit your A4 idea / artwork.

The intriguing part is that your submission will be entered and remain anonymous until it is sold. Loving that mystery element to it.

If you’re not interested in submitting, but have a strong interest in art, make sure you head to the exhibition in November.

EXHIBITION DATES
Exhibition dates: 8 – 30 November 2013
Exhibition launch: 7 November 2013, 6-8pm

4A
181—187 HAY STREET, SYDNEY
NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA

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