Cardboard Pop Up Exhibition - Sydney Fringe Festival @ George Place (CBD, Sydney)
1 - 31 September 2019
Featuring Sophi Odling, Nev Sety and Camo – this Cardboard Pop Up Exhibition at George Place in Sydney’s CBD will run for a month on the mezzanine level at 363 George Place. Think laneway street art meets ultra glam CBD foyer. All artworks are stencil on cardboard.
Sophi Odling paints on canvas and walls that reflect the people and culture that she encounters in her travels. After a 14 year successful fashion career and fashion label, Sydney based Sophi now focuses purely on her painting and growth in the street art world. Sophi describes her paintings as evoking emotions of joy and appreciation through colours and detail. They can bring simple bliss with bold palettes, whilst at the same time make cultural statements on how the variety of beauty can be perceived and should be celebratedNev Sety
Nev Sety (previously known as Luv[Sic]) is a Sydney-based stencil artist with work found on walls in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Starting in 2014 with stickers before moving onto paste-ups, life-sized stencils and then large scale murals, his work has been constantly evolving as he attempts to challenge himself and the artform.Originally attracted to stencils by the therapeutic effects that the designing, cutting and spraying of works provides, Nev’s goal is to bring his viewers along his journey of self-discovery and to pose the question, “What are you searching for?”
Camo is a self-taught street artist who grew up in Sydney’s South West and paints as much as he can. He is inspired by world events, rebellion and colour. His colourful stencil art frequently features child’s play and childhood. Consequently, his artworks are enormously popular with young families, children and the young at heart in any community.
For more information about purchasing artworks from this exhibition please contact Jacinta on 0422 033 055 or firstname.lastname@example.org