"Lister Live" at Nanda\Hobbs on December 1

17 November 2016

Join artist Anthony Lister at a unique, interactive art event at Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary in collaboration with the Art Gallery Society of NSW.

For Lister, drawing from life is a fundamental part of his artistic practice.

You’ve probably noticed his works on walls and buildings around Sydney. Originally from Queensland, this pioneer of the stencil and street art movement was named one of Australia’s 50 most collectable artists by Art Collector Magazine in 2010 and has exhibited in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, London and Milan as well as in Australia. High and low culture clash in his drawings, paintings and installations. In his recent works, he has turned his focus back to the human form and the female figure.

This event offers a unique opportunity to witness him drawing his life models. You’re also able to participate and will be encouraged to draw during the evening.

Drawing materials and drinks provided.

Ticket Price:
$60 - Members of the Art Gallery NSW
$70 - Non Members

For Booking / Enquiries contact the AGNSW - 02 9225 1878 or book online here 

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