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Regan Tamanui
Solo Exhibitions

Such is Life, Mays lane, Sydney
Land of Milk and Honey, Untilnever Gallery, Melbourne
We are Young and Free, Criterion Gallery, Hobart

Australian Lifestyles, Criterion Gallery, Hobart
God Save Haha, Until Never Gallery, Melbourne
Aussie Rulz, The Box, Melbourne

Crime Walls, Citylights, Centre Place, Melbourne
Banana Republic, Blacklab Gallery, Brisbane
Sovereignty, Criterion Gallery, Hobart

Zero Tolerance, Croft Institute, Melbourne

Zero Popular, FAD Gallery, Melbourne


National Gallery of Australia
BHP Billiton Collection
State Library of Victoria
City of Melbourne
Private Collections Australia, NZ, UK, USA


Foxtel Tram project 07
Ghostrider, 2006
Redstripe Beer, 2005
Multiplex, Sydney, World Square, 2004
The Big Day Out, Melbourne, 2004 & 2005
The Great Britain Hotel, The Public Bar, 2004
Mooks Clothing, 2004
City of Port Phillip
City of Melbourne
Just Jeans
City Lights Project
Collingwood Football Club, MCG


2007- Blender Studios2, Assistant Director
2005-2007 Hush Hush Studios
2003-2004 Blender Studios, Assistant Director


Cut it out, Ruth Browne, The Age, 9 Feb 08
Art refreshes tired old lane, Larissa Ham The Leader, 19 Nov,
Ben Cousins artwork lights up laneway, Sean Carsick, msn 21nov
Sideroom Magazine (NZ), winter issue 07
Acclaim Magazine, September 07
“Street Cred”, Injektion, Germany 07
Street art world draws the line, Ashley Crawford, The Age, 9-5-07
Street art moves to a posh new hangout, Richard Jinman, Sydney morning hearld, 9-4-07
"Regan Tamanui: Australian Lifestyle", Philip Watkins,
Australian Art Collector, p.267, Jan-Mar 2006
Harper's Bazaar, September Issue, 2005
"Regan Tamanui: street art, gallery walls", Diana Klaosen, Real Time, Issue
66, 2005
"Street Smarts Given New Life Indoors", Jane Rankin-Reid, Sunday Tasmanian,
Feb 13, 2005
"City Lane Draws Fire Crime Victims Group" Martin Boulton, The Age, March 8,
"Sovereignty", Joerg Andersch, The Mercury Magazine, 12 February 2005
"HAHA", Out 4 Fame, Issue 27, 2004
"Street Cred", Inside, Issue 32, 2004
"Pop Ethos", The Age, James Norman, 1July 2003
"Street Art Goes Legit", James Norman, The Age, 12 September 2003
"The Art of Legally Showing Aerosol Works Indoors", Mark Moor, MX, 8 June
"The Art of Being Stuckist Up", Gabriella Coslovich, The Age, 24 May 2001


Uncommissioned art by Christine Dew
Not quite art show, SBSTV

Ghostrider, Movie
Mai time, TVNZ 2
Sunday arts show, ABC.
Street Art Uncut, Matthew Lun
‘Stencil capital of the world, Melbourne’, by Jake Smallman & Carl Nyman

Rash, Documentary, Nick Hansen
True Fantasy, Book, Silent Army
Channel 9 News, March 9
Channel 10 News, March 9
Six Degrees: Melbourne, Lonely Planet, TV Show

Here Spray, Book and Documentary, Melbourne City Council
Outside the Square, Documentary, Shyam Ganju
The Brush Off, Movie, Directed by Sam Neill
Conform, Book, Saskia Folk, published by Macmillan
MondoThingo, ABC TV
The Today Show, Interviewed by Tracy Grimshaw
Collingwood Footy banner, Collingwood vs. Carlton, 2004

Cut Outs, by Cassandra Bakic
Urban Express, Documentary, Nick Hansen
Mind Spray, Shyam Ganju
Cut It Out, Documentary, Nick Hansen
Guerilla Gorilla, Cassandra Bakic

Art Gets Unstuck, Documentary, Kaye Blum

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