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ROA: ANNIHILATION

2 days ago   |   By Street Art News

Roa's latest show, ‘Annihilation' is on now at Backwoods Gallery , Melbourne, but due to current circumstances, the exhibition is only available for viewing by appointment only. However, as a special treat for StreetArtNews fans, we have loads of pictures of the install and artworks to share with the rest of the world. Stay tuned to the SAN social media for a book review and upcoming Instagram competition to win a signed copy of ROA's monograph ‘ CODEX ‘
“Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature.”
− Marcus Tullius Cicero
‘The word ‘annihilation' evokes a sense of...
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