The gallery in Easey’s is where it all began and will be the venue’s heart and soul. The End 2 End building was born out of the love for Melbourne’s graffiti culture. The Hitachi train carriage itself is synonymous with Melbourne graffiti, and worshipped within its artistic sub-culture.
Curator Jeremy Gaschk has a plethora of experience from inside the beast so to speak (he has previously curated – RTIST Gallery, NGV Studio, Don’t Ban the Can, Croft Alley Projects and Tiger Translate.) Gaschk is looking to open up the doors and people’s minds to the fastest evolving and spreading art movement in the world. Graffiti is the people’s art form, and Easey’s will act as a facilitator to that artistic expression.
Inside Easey’s you can expect to find all manner of media and surfaces being utilized by the artists who receive all of the financial credit. The space will showcase both local and international artists with a strong graffiti focus supporting the art forms most real practitioners.
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