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Frank Fable’s Deconstruction Of A Lonely City

Controversial Australian artist Frank Fable brings his latest grimy urban lifescapes to Sydney in a solo show of new works. Using a mix of acrylic, enamel, texta, graphite and resin, Fable draws inspiration from the loneliness that can be felt while being surrounded by millions. He retreated to the bush for two months, where he created the 4.5x3m mural, Deconstruction Of A Lonely City, which was then deconstructed into 25 pieces and brought back to Sydney for display. The exhibition runs at Sydney’s Somedays Gallery from June 25 until July 20.

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