Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Monday, February 18, 2008
Sunday, February 17, 2008
I would like to invite you to the opening of Penthouse Mouse, an event/exhibition/fashion showcase/party, presented as part of L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program. I am one of a group of artists exhibiting artwork in the amazing
There is a big opening party
22 FEBUARY 2008
(they have some kind of doorlist (or say your a friend)
Really hope to see you all Friday.
Posted by joe.louis at 11:41 PM
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Friday, February 15, 2008
Astor has a rare double feature of early 80's breakdance movies BREAKDANCE (aka BREAKIN') & RAPPIN'. The Astor owns both these prints so it's the real thing (not a projection off a copy of the DVD like some cinemas do), real film - scratches and all baby..
BREAKIN has a cameo from a young Ice T and also you can spot Jean Claude Van Damme in the background in one scene as an extra.
Double kicks off at 7:30pm Monday 18th Feb at The Astor. www.astor-theatre.com
Here's the trailer for Breakdance...
Posted by AndyB at 2:42 AM
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Monday, February 11, 2008
Saturday, February 09, 2008
Naoshima is a real chilled island that not even many local Japanese know about. It's like 1 hour out of Osaka by the bullet train and is officially part of Kagawa prefecture. Its a quirky little island with top notch Japanese and Foreign contemporary art there. Although small enough to cycle around in, some of the hills are calf killers, especially on the rental mamacharis (basket bikes that most people ride round in Japan). A lot of the cool stuff I didn't get to take a photo of. There was a flower garden bursting with colour that has all the flowers that have ever appeared in any of Monet's paintings. And if you get sick of art, there's a lounge that sells Soph and Vis... Locals are mad friendly and we got driven in a pick up truck by the lady who ran the ryokan (japanese style guest house) and visited a family's house and checked out their 1000 plus year old antiques collection late at night.
I reckon Naoshima's worth checking out if you are around that neck of the woods.
Posted by Wozka wozka at 11:46 PM