The long way home...

Rus Kitchin

On the back of a sell out VCA Grad show and the recent exhibition of his video work in Berlin, Warsaw and Rotterdam, Rus Kitchin’s latest show, Take the long way home, continues the evolution of work that Kitchin partially locates in his active involvement within Melbourne’s graffiti culture of the late 80’s, and early 90’s.

Art Exhibition previously on at Until Never in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 14 May 2008 to Saturday 14 June 2008
Launch Wednesday 14 May 2008, 6 to 8pm

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Published by anonymous on Thursday 08 May 2008.
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Rus is part of an influential and pioneering group of artists who exhibited in the seminal First National Aerosol Art Exhibition – Pump up the Can! in 1991, and his work has been exhibited at the National Gallery of Victoria and is held in a number of private and public collections.

Whilst Kitchin’s work embodies the spontaneity and expression of street culture, he doesn’t confine himself to the often generic aesthetics and expression that have come to be recognised as the visual landscape of graffiti today. Through his exploration of counter-cultural voices and ancient and contemporary humanist philosophy and icons, Kitchin presents an individual outlook on the human condition.


2nd flr 3-5 Hosier Lane
Enter from Rutledge Lane Melbourne CBD
Gallery hours :: Wednesday to Saturday 12- 6pm