Jordan Debney’s show presale is now live on our website. Jordan’s show Pantophobia opens this Friday. We have great sequence of shows coming up, including the League of Their Own group exhibition, as well as shows with Tim Doyle, APAK and Cat Rabbit. We have new prints from Alfred Liu, Aron Wiesenfeld, Coop, kozyndan and Shag. Finally, we recap Creature Creature’s opening!
Show Presale – Pantophobia by Jordan Debney
Jordan Debney’s show Pantophobia opens 6pm this Friday, 13 September 2019 in our Fitzroy Gallery (319 Smith St). Drinks for the opening night will be provided by our friends at Bodriggy Brewing Co. All welcome!
The presale is now live (click above!).
Jordan Debney is a New Zealand-born Australia based artist specialising in illustration, streetwear graphics and light-reactive paintings. Jordan has focused on his passion for all things botanical and a fascination with the dead. His bold wood-cut paintings and hyper-coloured illustrations can be seen on clothing, brand packaging and large scale murals.
Pantophobia is “the fear of everything”. Jordan’s artwork represents themes of good versus bad. The artist said, “To me it’s metaphorical: it’s the balance which I practise most days of my life. You can’t have one without the other. I wanted to show that while something may seem bad, that isn’t necessarily the case. Some bad events can be good, and a lot of good things that happen can be bad. It all has to do with how you approach it, how you react. Not everything has to be frightening.”
Opening on 4 October, A League Of Their Own will be a group show celebrating the iconic friends, fiends & foes in pop culture.
Alongside A League Of Their Own, we will be exhibiting a selection of Tim Doyle’s pop culture-inspired silkscreens.
Eight Shades of Drunk
Limited edition 18-colour serigraph.
Signed & numbered by the artist.
The latest print from the artist Shag, who is coming down to Melbourne in November for a print exhibition with us! $1,075 (framed) This is a pre-order – due by the end of the month.
Thank you to all the folks who made their way to Creature Creature’s opening. Their show Hold Hands was absolutely stunning. Special thanks to our friends at Bodriggy Brewing Co for providing everyone drinks.
Don’t forget to read our interview with Chanel and Ambrose to learn more about their art practice.