Art September, 7 2010

    Meggs “Sons of Privilege”

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    Lo-Fi Collective, a new bar and exhibition space in Sydney hosted its launch party on August 26th in conjunction with Meggs’ solo exhibition ‘Sons of Privilege!’ Lo-Fi is a new 3rd storey warehouse style exhibition space that will host an exhibition a week for the next months.

    Based on the Alexisonfire lyric ‘we don’t want to be slaves to the sons of privilege’, Meggs’ latest exhibition questions personal freedoms and liberties, the right to challenge ideas, politics and blind patriotism. Freedom of thought, self-expression and independence should be admired and we shouldn’t bow to the pressure of social stigmas, expectations, comparison or greed. This exhibition follows Meggs’ sell-out show ‘King for a day’ in Melbourne and Hong Kong and is a continuation of the fragile nature of power, fame and fortune.

    Lo-Fi Collective
    Floor 3, 383 Bourke St
    Surry Hills 2010
    Sydney, Australia

    More looks at Meggs ‘Sons of Privilege!’ after the jump.