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George Alexander & Denis Mizzi, recent work

Where
112 Glebe Point Rd
Glebe NSW 2037
Australia
When

Every day, 7pm to 2am Thursday 2 March 2023 to Wednesday 8 March 2023

George Alexander (front room) and Denis Mizzi (back room) are mounting concurrent shows displaying recent work from their ongoing proccupations.

Alexander working on different surfaces with mainly dark brown and black graphite, while Mizzi concocts mixed media collage.

Friends since they met at school in Darlinghurst, and born a week apart, Denis Mizzi and George Alexander have stayed in contact through the decades.

Here they share a space at The Shop Gallery Glebe.

For both, art is a branch of life; and art is a branch of entropy and death: for we began in darkness and even in the light we carry this darkness.

Alexander travels inwards to this lyrical darkness, while Mizzi takes apart the socio-political darkness that threatens us all.

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Anna Couani

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