Melbourne Arts Club presents Wreck Yo’Self #138, your weekly guide to opening nights, events, markets, performances and more. For more info on art events in Melbourne sign up to our newsletter.

Wreck Yo’Self… We dare you!

Meagan Streader opens 'U-Bend Pillar' at Nicholson Projects Friday 27 January.

Thursday 26 January

Blindside: BUREAU FOR THE ORGANISATION OF ORIGINS (BOO) a group show, from 6pm. [CBD]

The Substation & Liquid Architecture present The Long String Instrument by Ellen Fullman & Theresa Wong from 8pm. Get tickets here.

Friday 27 January

Centre for Contemporary Photography: Elsewhere by James Tunks, The Process of Feeling by Atong Atem, Elysian Fields by Jordan Madge plus more. Opening 6-8pm. [Fitzroy]

King's ARI: Nick Walter presents Aggregate Topographies from 7pm (Saturday 28 January too!). Get tickets here.

Nicholson Projects: Meagan Streader presents U-Bend Pillar from 6pm. [CBD]

Brunswick St Gallery: Solo shows - Caesario Now Here is Nowhere, Claire Blackendaal Moonrats, Genevieve Engelhardt A Journey of Colour and Christina Darras All Eyes On You. Plus group shows - Body Bits by Eloise Harper and Madeleine Joy, Botany - Urban Forests curated by Nonie Bettoni and Caelene D'arcy featuring artworks by Tom Conyers, Jules Baldwin, Kaitlyn Francis and more plus a BSG's annual painting exhibition. PHEW! Get amongst it! 6pm. [Fitzroy]

Martin Clayton for Brunswick St Gallery. Opening Friday 27 January.

Saturday 28 January

Magic Johnson: Perimeter Books launches Heavy II, which explores photography in word through print. 7-9pm. [Collingwood]

Wednesday 1 February

Abbotsford Convent's c3 GalleryI Watch a lot of Science Fiction by Alicia King, Dreaming on a Bus by Violetta Del Conte Race, Media Hype by Devika Bilimoria, Alan Constable, Michelle Hamer, Amanda Marburg, Jackson Slattery, Sean Whittaker. Curated by Juliette Hanson, and Rabbits Rumble, Dancers Tumble while Cats Meow by Rebecca Marshall.

The Butterfly Club: The Nursery Web by Koryna Gesait opening from 1st - 5th @ 7pm. Get tickets here.

Closing soon

Ian Potter Museum: Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran's In the beginning closes 26 February. Open from Tues-Sat until 5pm. [Parkville]

Linden New Art: The annual Postcard Show closes 29 January. Open from Tues-Sun until 4pm (8pm on Wednesday).

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran's 'In the Beginning' showing at the Ian Potter Museum closes 26 February 2017.

--- Words: Julia Howland Images: Courtesy of the gallery/artist.

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