Melbourne: Untold features 25 Art Installations over 3 floors for only 9 days

Turning an abandoned 3-storey warehouse into an immersive, multi-level urban art experience is as outlandish as it is huge. And exciting.

For the past year the team at Neonormal have worked collaboratively with art curator Roland Henry (of Studio Supply), the Reach Foundation and Caydon Property Group, to make this creative monolith happen in the real.

Lovers of street art, take note: Untold will feature 25 handpicked leading street and contemporary artists from Australia, USA, UK, France and The Netherlands – including Adnate, Insa, Lister, The London Police, Elle, Ben Eine, Michael Peck, Julian Clavijo and more.

Each installation was created over two weeks; with the artists inspired by the theme of untold stories that deserve to be heard and demand to be felt.

The Nylex Clock in Cremorne (near Richmond) has been an iconic part of the Melbourne sky for an absolute age, and the long-abandoned malt works beneath it forms the perfect setting for this monumental undertaking.

Bewdy: it’s an excellent way to experience new street art and a piece of Melbourne’s history in one outing.

Doors open to the public for 9 days only, from the 21 April. 



All proceeds go directly to the Reach Foundation, and towards the incredible work that they do with young people across Australia.

  • Find tickets here
  • If you can’t make it in person, drop a donation here.
  • Buy a signed, limited edition print from your favourite artist at Untold, available in the Print Shop
  • Bid on an original piece of work from one of the 25 artists. Bidding will be available at the Untold event and online.

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