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In honour of legendary American tennis player Stan Smith, Adidas is re-launching his shoe and hosting an exhibition to celebrate. In an event that will showcase artwork inspired by the tennis shoe, ten Australian artists from across the visual spectrum will present works of art in the forms of sculpture, street art, photography and more. The preview launch will be held on Tuesday January 14 and the exhibiton will run for just under a week. Artists include Anthony Lister, Sam Mitchell Fin, Isabelle Cornish, Tai Snaith and Client Liaison.

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Adidas Originals presents the Stan Smith Exhibition details

45 Flinders Ln, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9662 9966

Nearby Stations: Flinders St

Price FREE
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Date 14 Jan 2014-18 Jan 2014

Open Wed-Fri 11am-5pm; Sat noon-4pm

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