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Anita Iacovella / Melissa Smith

Exhibition dates: Oct 14 – Nov 8, 2021
Official opening: Oct 17, 2 – 4pm

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Anita Iacovella / Melissa Smith

Exhibition dates: Oct 14 – Nov 8, 2021
Official opening: Oct 17, 2 – 4pm

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Exhibition

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Anita Iacovella / Melissa Smith

Oct 14 10:00 amNov 8 4:00 pm

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Exhibition dates: Oct 14 – Nov 8, 2021
Official opening: Sun Oct 17 from 2pm – 4pm

Tissue paper-like layers of colour and fine, thread-like lines characterise the works of printmaker Melissa Smith. Her interest in the shifts in landscape due to climatic changes are embodied in how she composes her work. Shapes, colours and lines overlap almost tectonically, creating beautifully balanced visual explorations of the evolution of the natural world.

Anita Iacovella’s cloud series similarly delves into an exploration of the internal and external spaces within the environment and nature. Iacovella’s compositions also embody a sense of shifting and movement. However, this time, the activity is one of looking upward. A more ethereal, less grounded motion not unlike that of clouds moving through the sky – drifting in front of and behind one another – other times standing altogether alone.

This exhibition brings land and sky, earth and air together to tell an insightful narrative of the elements and the current state of our world that is at once bold and delicate.

Antonio Balletta / Jiri Tibor Novak

Nov 11 10:00 amNov 29 4:00 pm

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Exhibition dates: Nov 11 – Nov 29, 2021
Official opening: Sun Nov 14, 2021 from 2pm – 4pm

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