Sullivan+Strumpf Sydney presents their debut show with artist Michael Zavros.
The artist imagines: “If there was another me, what would he be like? Better. Younger, like I used to be. 6 ft 3, broader, fit and really ripped. Smooth like a Classical Greek statue. He wouldn’t drink. A perfected human, but like a placeholder. Melancholy and distant with resignation. I’d call him Dad, that strange word that replaced my name and in some ways replaced me.”
The gallery is open and practicing COVID-19 social distancing measures.
The exhibition can also be viewed online. View exhibition here.
Read more about Zavros’ practice and the ideas behind this show in the current issue of Art Collector. Order a single issue or subscribe here.