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Gallery: Painting Grounds Street Art Preview

Written by Jane A Dent on November 24, 2011

Painting Grounds is a live art collaboration by various street artists.

Gathering at one of Sydney’s largest artist-run spaces, Tortuga Studios, a mob of graff, stencil, paste- up and illustration artists will share panels and wallspace. The old brick factory provides a distinctly urban, industrial backdrop to the edgy relevance of a live art show and auction.

Here’s a sneaky look at some of the works in progress to be unveiled this Saturday night.

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Painting Grounds
Opens 6pm, Saturday November 26
Until December 2
Tortuga Studios, 31 Princes Hwy, St Peters
Live art and auction
Featuring art by Bathcat, Skulk, Birdhat, Rebecca Murphy, Andros, Cheung ha Lim,Ox,Vars, Bunkwaa, Dirt, Pete Strong, Shanta,Sokei, Resan, Terrible Horrible, WOLVES&OWLS and more.
Live music and visuals by Punk Monk Propoganda.

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