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We know you’re all BUSTING to see pics from the DisBand opening night, so the lovely Renee has made them all available to you here.

Thanks heaps to the gorgeous throng that attended and helped to make it a success!  We hope you enjoyed the exhibition as much as we enjoyed curating, installing, setting up and organising!!

For those artworks yet to be sold, they are now available for preview and purchase (internationally) on the Leeloo web site (but be quick as they are still selling at the exhibition as well as having already sold online!).

P.S. My usual big de-brief and thank you speech is on it’s way.

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Rebecca Murphy :: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Jordan Clarke :: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Jessica Klingelfuss :: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Riding the wave of success after last year’s Once Upon exhibition, Angela D’Alton and Renee Anne of Leeloo.com.au decided to continue the thrill (and insanity) of holding their own exhibitions in an effort to combat the perceived decline in attendance in the galleries of Sydney (all this amongst the shared work behind Leeloo, twinset.com.au and styling jobs!).

Inspired by the 40th anniversary since the break-up of The Beatles, the theme of this carefully curated exhibition, titled Disband, is the end of relationships, be they romantic or otherwise.  With the support of one of Sydney’s favourite indie art venue’s, aMBUSH gallery, Renee and Angela will be creating somewhat of an installation where visitors will tour the apartment of a couple undergoing such a split, and the featured works will be on the wall of their “living space”.

Expect to see original pieces by Australian artists Kelly Smith, Ben Zen, Laura McKellar and Elisa Mazzone (examples shown in image) as well as talented peeps like Natalie Perkins, Jordan Clarke, Courtney Brims and Jessica Hyde and many more.  On the opening night, you can also expect to see a cute 10-minute play titled “A Toothbrush Tale (We’ll Always Have Peach Tiles)” which was recently a finalist in the international Short & Sweet Festival, by Sydney’s own Anika Herbert.

Opening night will be Thursday May 27th, 2010 at aMBUSH gallery from 6pm to 9pm, with the exhibition open daily from 10am to 5pm through to Sunday May 30th.  Artworks will be available for sale, and we will again have a small Leeloo “pop-up store” for the public to have a hands-on look at some of our gorgeous online goodies from the Friday to Sunday.  All walks of life are welcome for the duration, and we look forward to seeing you there!

We are very proud to announce that Leeloo will also be presenting the exhibition at No Vacancy Gallery in Melbourne from Tuesday August 24th to Saturday August 28th, with the opening night event on Thursday August 26th from 6pm to 9pm.  Stay tuned for further details.


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