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Two Alexes and a Moca 

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A new exhibit will be available for your viewing pleasure at the Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art (265 S. Church Ave.). The gallery's kick off party is Saturday, Oct. 24 beginning at 7 p.m. with a bar, food truck and music to set the mood by DJ Andrew Shuta. Artists Alex Von Berger and Alex Streeter's work will be on view in this dual opening. Von Berger's first gallery show, entitled "Next Time," features photography, sculpture and video that make subtle alterations to daily items, bringing them to life. Long-time artist Streeter's exhibition entitled "Best-Dressed Pirate" features Mexican cowboys, jewelry of his own making to his famous "Bisbee Bomber" For more info, visit moca-tucson.org.

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