dixmix gallery


A new gallery, dixmix gallery, opened a few days ago. Curated by dixmix Source and built by Megan Prumier, this is a welcome addition to the Second Life gallery scene. The tastefully put-together large two-story concrete space consists of three main parts; the black, white and grey galleries. Disbursed throughout are familiar statues by Mistero Hilfeng, all which are mindfully integrated into the large space. In the foyer is on display a selection  from dixmix’s private collection of older works by Ariel Brearly. (As a side note here, Ariel will be showing new photographs at Berg by Nordan Art starting January 2017, please be on the lookout for announcements.) On view in the black gallery space are new photographs by Grazia Horwitz; stunning and captivating, these images held my attention for a long time. Bravo Grazia, really well done. In the grey gallery section we find a selection of previously seen works by the talented Ziki Questi, who’s knack for wide-angle landscapes never seizes to amaze me. Solid and very beautiful work as always. There is also a small personal collection section of the gallery, showing intriguing pink images by Megan Prumier that I loved. Finally, in the white gallery space are on display black and white photographs by dixmix himself. I adored these, really great work dix. This is a very cool gallery with a fantastic layout, showing carefully selected art. Congrats to dixmix, Megan and the artists. Head over and take a look if you haven’t already!

Photograph by Kate Bergdorf

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