The Worlds largest Public Art Fair, Miami with Brett Ashby.
Art by Nigerian artist Alexis Tsegba, one of the works that will be presented at the Flagler Street Art Festival. (Courtesy of ArtRepublic) If you don’t know what an NFT is, brace yourself, because you are going to hear a lot of the acronym that stands for non-fungible token, especially during the latest edition of Miami Art Week (Dec 1-5). NFTs are going to be all over the place, particularly in downtown Miami. The NFTs are taking over the art […]
PRESS RELEASE: After the first-of-its-kind NFT Art Fair in New York, Cube Art Fair transforms the streets of Miami into a living canvas for NFTs at an unprecedented scale. Cube Art Fair, the World’s largest Public Art Fair, brings its NFT Art Fair to the streets of Miami on 1-5 December 2021, offering a physical art-viewing experience of NFT-only works to 5 million visitors. Bolstered by the success of its first-of-its-kind NFT Art Fair edition last May 2021 in New […]
London On-Demand videos. Exploring Flow Experiences. International Artist, Brett Ashby takes his audience inside Pentridge, Melbourne Australia’s former historic prison! Music and soundscapes performed by Felix Ezrael build geometry and become form on canvas. The art focuses on the exchange of energy, connection and synchronicity. Spirituality is a fundamental aspect to this performance, allowing for the artist to connect with the musician, space and place. The result is dependant on the exchange of energy provided from both artist, space and […]
06.12.2020Artists in Schools Program, 2020 supported by Whitehorse City Council.BRETT ASHBY – LIGHT, public art mural.Light is contemporary, a 15m public art mural by International artist Brett Ashby.The pubic artwork was developed over Zoom workshops and is being completed during Term four as the year 9 students paint with the artist. The artwork explores the School values through shape, colour, bold text, student voice and identity. To observe light, time and space. The placement of the internal work explores frequency […]
Opening Night, Tuesday 31st July, 2018 Melbourne Art Week26 NOVEMBER 2014 MAJORIncident: Fighting Downgraded: UnknownPhysical violence between these 3 in area one. THE FILES In August 2016 The Guardian published The Nauru Files, leaked incident reports written by staff in Australia’s detention centre on Nauru between 2013 and 2015. These files detail 2,116 separate incidents, including many cases of assault, sexual abuse, self-harm, child abuse and abhorrent living conditions endured by asylum seekers and refugees in the care of the Australian […]