The biannual bonanza that is Melbourne's Art Fair rolled into town last week so we took a turn around the Royal Exhibition Building to see what was on offer. It did seem a little more subdued than previous editions, a little out of puff and pizzaz. However there was enough to entertain and amuse.
Sunday, 17 August 2014
Dust Redux, a multi faceted publishing and retailing concept, launched the other evening to much cool fanfare and laser lighting. Housed in the basement level of the Hero building at the corner of Little Collins and Russell streets, we were invited to witness an aural and visual assault to the sense in the unstocked retail shell.
To keep the thronging crowd content, we were refreshed by the fine folk next door at Izakaya Den, a brilliant way to calm the masses.
Posted by Mr.Brown at 20:11