Rone is one in all Australia’s most completed trendy painters. Initially a part of Melbourne’s early 2000s fledgling avenue artwork motion, the artist is now a fixture on the worldwide avenue artwork scene, famend for his large-scale wall work and immersive installations exploring magnificence and decay.
A retrospective of Rone’s work up to now has been lengthy overdue, and who higher to host this however Geelong Gallery, situated within the city the place the artist was born and raised.
Opening this weekend, Rone in Geelong incorporates a new site-specific set up incorporating his signature painted murals, impressed by the structure of the constructing. The whole set up and has been developed in partnership together with his common collaborator inside stylist Carly Spooner, and composer Nick Batterham.
This mission additionally sees Rone’s reengagement with artworks he visited in his youth, such because the gallery’s iconic A bush burial by Frederick McCubbin