THIS IS HOW WE ROLL EXHIBITION – CHINA HEIGHTS

China Heights is proud to present ‘This Is How We Roll’, a group exhibition by 24 Australian and international artists who share a common love for skateboarding and it’s culture and lifestyle.

Following on from a successful Launch in Perth, ‘This Is How We Roll’ comes to Sydney to exhibit an entirely new series of works. With help from The Element Advocate Program, ‘This Is How We Roll’ aims to show that through the unique application of creativity and skill, all 24 people exhibiting are credible, individual artists in their own right.

‘This Is How We Roll’ is a mixed medium exhibition, featuring photography, collage, aerosol art, silk screens, illustration and more…

Artists exhibiting include Beastman, Brett Chan, Joe Allen Shea, Stefan Marx, Troy Archer, Andy Murphy, Steve Tierney, Andy Uprock, Gimiks Born, Brandon Els, Kyle Montgomery, Gibson Fox, Samoh, Aldous Massie, Robert Jenkins, Dr Dolomite, Kit Baker, Claire Orrell, Ben Barretto, Bjorn Johnston, James Sillitoe, J’aime Fazackerley, Ryan Boserio and Megan Isabella.

This exhibition precedes the launch of the independent skate series of the same name. ‘This Is How We Roll’ the skate series takes viewers on an epic journey into the unique lives of Australian skateboarders. ‘This Is How We Roll’ episodes are diverse and document Australian skateboarding in a way never seen before.

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One response to “THIS IS HOW WE ROLL EXHIBITION – CHINA HEIGHTS

  1. English

    unfortunately I cannot make the exhibit due to being in another country. But am very curious who took that poster photo with Alf and the girl? Its awesome.

    Cheers
    English

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