Ian Strange Studio joins Scoundrel Projects

IAN_STRANGE_PORTAIT_72dpi.jpegScoundrel has announced a new partnership with Ian Strange Studio for unique artistic projects in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Based between New York and Australia, Ian Strange is one of Australia's most acclaimed contemporary artists. His multifaceted exhibitions and projects include film, photography, sculpture painting and installations. He has held exhibitions at The National Gallery of Victoria, Standard Practice Gallery New York, the Canterbury Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia, FAC and Cockatoo Island's Turbine Hall. He has created large scale public art projects in Detroit, New York, Ohio, Australia, Norway, New Zealand and Poland.
Strange was recently the subject of 'HOME: The Art of Ian Strange' a six-part documentary series produced by ABC TV on his career to date.

In 2017 Strange formed Ian Strange Studio with long term creative producer Jedda Andrews. Ian Strange Studio will continue to grow Strange's unique creative vision beyond the gallery.

Last year Scoundrel produced Strange's Sydney art exhibition 'SHADOW'. A multi layered project incorporating suburban homes, documented in film and photography. The exhibition was the first time his photographic and film works had been shown in Sydney.

Says Adrian Shapiro, co-founder and EP: "I couldn't be happier having Ian and his studio join the team. His thought provoking work really resonates with audiences and we're looking forward to producing work with him across various platforms."

Says Strange: "As an artist I've always looked for ways to make work that blurs lines between mediums and finds new audiences. I'm excited to work with Scoundrel to expand my art practice outside of the gallery."

To find out more about Ian Strange and Scoundrel visit www.scoundrel.co or email adrian@scoundrel.co.


Robin Gunningham said:

Kid Zoom - has got some serious skills!

I've always been a huge fan of Ian's graff works and motion art pieces. He has produced some insane murals, tagged up dead roo's and the dope subvert bus shelter advertising were classic.

Loved the collaboration works Ian did with Ron English back in 2012, when he moved to NYC. Did the city eat you alive Ian?

This is a very exciting announcement and shows how forward thinking Scoundrel is.
Looking forward to seeing Ian outside the gallery spaces.

Kid Zoom - Dale Vermin Marshall says hello.
I still want my skull canvas.

Peace through paint.

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