May 28, 2012

Lane Four & aMBUSH Gallery present Community Service Announcements by Jeremyville


JEREMYVILLE Community Service Announcements
Creative Imagery & Words that Explore Concepts Such as Self


29 May to 31 August 2012

Sydney born, New York based artist ‘Jeremyville’ will be stopping CBD workers and shoppers in their tracks when his Community Service Announcements exhibition comes to Australia for the first time this May. Excerpts from this ongoing online daily project of simple imagery and words will be hosted exclusively at Sydney’s newest public art space, Lane Four at The Galeries.

Curated by aMBUSH Gallery, Jeremyville has handpicked 20 from his 450 Community Service Announcements especially for the Lane Four space. This project was originally launched online and through street art in New York, and then exhibited at art galleries, creative conferences and workshops in Berlin, Oslo, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and New York. Community Service Announcements explores complex concepts such as self-empowerment, personal growth, love, loss and what it means to be human in a remarkably simple and straightforward way.

One of Australia’s most successful art and design exports, having exhibited at the Andy Warhol Museum in the US, the Madre Museum in Napoli, Colette in Paris and the 798 Arts District in Beijing, Jeremyville is proud to be bringing his Community Service Announcements to Australia for the first time, “We all need time to reflect, contemplate, and enter into our own thoughts, like reading a haiku or listening to an acoustic guitar played by a campfire. I try to create this feeling of introspection and quietness during the noise of our day” he said.

Jeremyville Community Service Announcements is the latest exhibition to be hosted by Lane Four at The Galeries – a pop-up exhibition space curated by aMBUSH Gallery. Lane Four was launched in 2011 in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, attracting wider audiences to the work of both established and emerging artists alike. The exhibitions already hosted at Lane Four include photography exhibition [thousand words], which featured images from Montalbetti + Campbell and Andrew Quilty among others, and Rainbow City Gaze by Anthony Lister; one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists.

Jeremyville Community Service Announcements will be exhibiting from 29 May until 31 August 2012. To learn more about Jeremyville and his work, visit www.jeremyville.com


Lane Four at the Galeries
500 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
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