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Día de los MuertosPosted 01 Nov 2012, by STABmag
Día de los Muertos translates from Spanish to ‘The day of the dead’, which is a highly spiritual and colourful ancient Aztec celebration that brings together pals and fam in a festival of remembrance for those who now rest in peace. This is the basis for Caching’s new art show, which opens tomorrow night at the National Grid Gallery, Brookvale.
Caching’s co-founders (Louis Thomas and Bryan Dalli) are curated the whole party, and are thrilled to be back at the National Grid Gallery after the success of their East.West. Exhibition there. The show will feature work from a stellar (and big) lineup that consists of Jaimee Paul, Carly Casey, Jed Ogram, Laura Ives, Stu Smythe, Phil Smart, Jen Thomas, Ian Mutch Caspian Delooze, Emily Reid, Sam Clark, Bec Winnel, Jimi May, Anthony Alexander and Erin Smith.
The artworks will all be based on the Latin festival’s colourful theme of celebrating and communicating to the dead. Caching would love you to join the fiesta. It all kicks off tomorrow night. Details on the flyer.
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