Italian duo the Miaz Brothers return to Lazinc Sacksville for their third exhibition; Anonymous, continuing their Antimatter Series.
The show explores the concepts of anonymity and the metaphor of status in our existence. While both bodies of work portray beings, symbolic of a crosssection of society that scales class, location and time, the sixteen portraits for this new exhibition aims to present some transcendent answers for our present existence.
The artists’ work intentionally looks to the future and embodies that which is yet to come, which today remains indefinable.
Using acrylic paint, the Miaz Brothers create enigmatic out of focus portraits, prompting the viewer to look beyond the line and to use both their own perception and imagination. Instead of explaining the meaning the meaning of their work, the artists encourage the viewer to develop their own relationship with the paintings.
“It is an exercise for the inner spirit; a flexible experience of stretching the awareness of what we see and perceive; a stimulation for the consciousness and the limits of our idea of the world and its symbols. We are trying to force the viewer to interact with the image and to do so in a sensitive effort by filtering it through the perception and the process of identification to achieve something not fixed or limited but which is boundless and personal.” —The Miaz Brothers, 2018
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Miaz Brothers – Anonymous
Until 21 April 2018
29 Sackville Street
London W1S 3DX