Born in 1979 - Australia
Unwell Bunny (Ed Bechervaise) is a painter and street artis based in Melbourne, Australia. He has been actively involved in the art community since 2004 and before this, the street art community.
From 2004 to 2006 he exhibited in a number of group shows. In 2006 Ed had his first solo exhibition Unwell Bunny.
2010 saw his second solo show 500 Faces. This series of work focused on vibrant social scenarios, featuring large groups of people in different and varying Melbourne and Australian locations.
Subtuition // 2014
Galerie Lacroix // Paris, France
Brand Spanking // 2014
Just Another Agency // Melbourne, Australie
Black Book exhibition // 2013
United Melbourne Gallery // Melbourne, Australie
Unwell Bunny // 2011
RTIST Melbourne Gallery // Melbourne, Australie
Fast Forward // 2011
Somewhere gallery // Melbourne, Australie
Five hundred faces // 2010
Brood Box gallery // Melbourne, Australie
The Dirty Work // 2006
Per Square Metre Gallery // Melbourne, Australie
Powerhouse Geelong // 2015
The Patterson project // Street exhibition // Geelong, Australie
Under one roof // 2014
Making a house in the Bronx // New York, USA
On the wall // 2013
Metro Gallery // Baltimore, USA
In this corner // 2013
Chaotic gallery // Victoria, Australie
Mural installation // 2012
Urban Spree Galerie // Berlin, Allemagne
Canal mural project // 2012
Melbourne’s Burning // 2012
Paradise Hills Gallery // Melbourne, Australie
Live painting // 2012
George lane bar launch // Melbourne, Australie
D*Face, Unwell Bunny // 2012
Mysterious Al for Shoreditch
Unwell Bunny // 2102
Mysterious Al for Spook magazine
Dangerfork group show // 2011
Adelaide stock house group show // 2011
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