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The mention of the word ‘Australia’ makes most foreigners think of suntans and sharks, not spray cans and stencils. However, such a vast land means such a large canvas to paint. 'Young & Free – Contemporary Australian Street Artists' will be the largest ever showcase of Australian street art in America, featuring new work from Anthony Lister, Kid Zoom, Dabs Myla, Dmote, New2, Ben Frost, Meggs, Ha-Ha, Reka, Rone, Sofles and Vexta. The exhibition opens on September 10th and will run until October 22nd at 941 Geary, White Walls’ sister gallery. The show will also be complemented by a series of public walls that will be painted by the artists around San Francisco cityscape. Have a peak at what’s in store from Down Under after the jump.

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The mention of the word ‘Australia’ makes most foreigners think of suntans and sharks, not spray cans and stencils. However, such a vast land means such a large canvas to paint. ‘Young & Free – Contemporary Australian Street Artists’ will be the largest ever showcase of Australian street art in America, featuring new work from Anthony Lister, Kid Zoom, Dabs Myla, Dmote, New2, Ben Frost, Meggs, Ha-Ha, Reka, Rone, Sofles and Vexta. The exhibition opens on September 10th and will run until October 22nd at 941 Geary, White Walls’ sister gallery. The show will also be complemented by a series of public walls that will be painted by the artists around San Francisco cityscape. Have a peak at what’s in store from Down Under below.

Vexta

Sofles

Rone

Reka

Meggs

New2

Ha-Ha

Anthony Lister

DMote

Dabs Myla

Ben Frost

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