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Bryan Itch Art Exhibition – Multiple Reality Disorder @ RTIST

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September 14, 2012
1:00 pm

Artist, tattooist, musician and animator Bryan Itch melds fantasy and reality into a multi-formatted post-modern meltdown of  psychedelia, graffiti and fine art, in his display – Multiple Reality Disorder.

“The Itch” welds his art weapons with maximum prejudice and a real sense of fun and humour, and is grounded in sensibility and theory. Bryan has exhibited all over Australia in a multitude of galleries and also shows his art at festivals like Rainbow Serpent Festival to thousands. His solo show will display over a decade of his work.

For further enquiries, please contact admin@rtistgallery.com

WHEN: Launch – Friday, 14 September, 7-10pm; Exhibition runs until 7 October
WHERE: RTIST Gallery, 29 St Edmonds Rd, Prahran
WEB: http://www.facebook.com/events/272787629488913/


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