Posted In:Sean Morris
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 12th of May, 2015, 160 comments
Posted in: Exhibition, Sean Morris, Melbourne
If you're in Melbourne tomorrow night, jump on your alligator bike and cruise into Lamington Drive for "Cosmic Dread", a solo exhibition by our good friend Sean Morris (who co-curated our latest issue 10). His show opens this Wednesday May 13th, 6-9pm, at 101a Sackville Street, Collingwood.
Posted by: Black Canyon on the 8th of February, 2015, 88 comments
Posted in: Kingbrown, Black Canyon, Sean Morris, Spares Store, Melbourne
Some pics from the Kingbrown Issue Ten Melbourne launch! Co-curated by Sean Morris and Tom Groves from Black Canyon Projects. Cheers to our rad hosts at Spares Store in Collingwood.
Photos by Tom Groves and Mike D. Details on our big Perth launch coming real soon...
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 30th of April, 2013, 4 comments
Posted in: Sean Morris, London, exhibition
New London gallery space Scawfell Studios opens its doors on May 2nd with "Magic Weirdos Never Die" - a group exhibition featuring 11 contemporary artists from 4 different countries, curated by Sean Morris. Following on from the successful group show "Let's Go Magic Weirdos", held last year in his hometown of Perth, Western Australia, Sean Morris is at it again. This time he's bringing his work and bunch of impressive, magical weirdos to London.
Flyer artwork by Manuel Donada
Posted by: Ian Mutch on the 15th of April, 2013, 7 comments
Posted in: Sean Morris, exhibition, spain
Watdafac Gallery is proud to present the first European solo exhibition by Sean Morris.
"Return To Doom Lagoon" is a show of new prints, sketches and murals by the Western Australian artist. It's a continuation of the character-based strangeness that Morris has gained a reputation for - this time we are introduced to the girls of 'Doom Lagoon' and their colourful, mildly satanic adventures in bikinis and jean shorts.
The exhibition will double as a launch of a book, also titled "Return To Doom Lagoon" published by Watdafac and featuring the print work from the show.