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Meggs is King For a Day

Australian street and fine artist Meggs will be helping launch the grand opening of Melbourne's newest gallery, Backwoods, this weekend with his latest solo show, "King For a Day". Featuring a mix of original canvas, screen prints, and installation murals, "King For a Day" looks to provide an insight into the accelerated rise and fall of celebrity and cult in today's hyper accelerated and information laden world of social networking and fame. Check out a preview of the show as well as some studio shots here on Hi-Fructose.

Australian street and fine artist Meggs will be helping launch the grand opening of Melbourne’s newest gallery, Backwoods,this weekend with his latest solo show, “King For a Day”. Featuring amix of original canvas, screen prints, and installation murals, “KingFor a Day” looks to provide an insight into the accelerated rise andfall of celebrity and cult in today’s hyper accelerated and informationladen world of social networking and fame. Check out a preview of theshow as well as some studio shots here on Hi-Fructose.

Backwoods Gallery opens this Friday, June 25th 2010

25 East St. Collingwood, VIC 3066

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