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A few hours ago, SAN attended the opening of the most anticipated show this year aka “Miss You” from the Os Gêmeos twins at the beautiful Prism Gallery space.

In a jam packed gallery, the attendees were in for a treat discovering a new body of work with many new large paintings and sculptures, the show was set up by the brothers in a monumental and immersive installation.
In “Miss You”, Os Gêmeos plays with notions of magical realism, an exploration of the Twins’ mind which shows their interest in dreams, sentiments, surrealism, love, hate etc..
We really enjoyed this show and as soon you step into exhibition, you are instantly transported on a visual adventure through the artists’ alternate world filled with colour, light and sound.
To enjoy “Miss You”, you need to let go, to be naïve, to resist reality, even if it’s only for a moment, and accept a world where dreams and imagination are allowed to flourish.

Make sure to stop by Prism LA before March 24th as this definitely needs to be seen in person.
8746 West Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Pics by our LA Correspondent Lindsey Kohon

Rom Levy

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