Posted 8 months ago — Matthew Haynes
Was fortunate enough to spend some time with Kyle over the last few days. An amazing man with tonnes of tallent!
Please watch the video - a sneak peek into one of Australia's most brillient up and coming minds!
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Born: 1981. Kyle Hughes-Odgers is an Australian painter and installation artist.
He has exhibited artwork and created large-scale public art extensively throughout Australia and internationally: Los Angeles, New York City, Singapore and Europe. His work is held in numerous private and public art collections. In 2010, Hughes-Odgers completed a 45 lineal metre public art commission for Murdoch University (Western Australia) followed by a solo exhibition with Turner Galleries. 2012 saw Hughes-Odgers hold an international solo exhibition in Berlin with Okazi gallery, complete a 50 lineal metre public art commission in the Perth Cultural Centre, create two large scale public art commissions during a residency in Port Hedland and illustrate the children’s book ’Ten Tiny Things’ written by Meg Mckinlay, published through Fremantle Arts Press. His work has previously featured in publications such as Street Art New York, Kingbrown, and Empty magazine.
Music used with Permission
"Together, They Forgot Who They Were"
Written & Performed by Apricot Rail
Released on Hidden Shoal Recordings 2009
Film by Peacock Visuals
Posted 2 days ago — Taylor Olsen