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CHOKRA Performance of Al Mtsaalh Haal | Dec. 18 2010 (Detail) The Watermill Center - A Laboratory for Performance Photo By Hronn Axelsdottir

SCOPE Art Fair, Inc. 355 West 36th St, 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10018 P +1 212 268 1522 F +1 212 268 6258 info@scope-art.com scope-art.com

PRODUCTION

MANAGEMENT

THANKS

President Alexis Hubshman alexis@ scope-art.com

We would like to thank all participating galleries for their enthusiasm, dedication, and contributions to the international contemporary art world. We would also like to thank all returning exhibitors for their loyalty and welcome all first time exhibitors to SCOPE Miami 2011.

Show Director Mollie White mwhite@scope-art.com OPERATIONS Site Designer Daniel Laburu dlaburu@scope-art.com COMMUNICATIONS

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Global Relations Rachel Kaplan rkaplan@scope-art.com Design Manager Ebany Binks ebany@scope-art.com Finance Controller Kathleen Neilson finance@scope-art.com ASSISTANTS Director’s Assistant Sonja Hofstetter Design Assistant Gia Ji Young Kang FOUNDATION THE CENTER Co-Director Lilah Freedland lilah@scope-art.com INTERNS Jill Gordon Pilar Sayavedra

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Programs THE CENTER Programming Overview Special Projects Curated Projects Scheduled Events Lounges Technology

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Exhibitors and Floor Plan Exhibitors List Floor Plan Exhibitor Profiles

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THE MAYOR WELCOMES YOU Dear Guests, As a long-time advocate of the arts, it gives me great pleasure to welcome SCOPE Art Show to the City of Miami. The presence of important shows here in December of 2011 will serve to highlight Miami’s ascendance as a destination for the arts internationally. This December, SCOPE returns to Miami for its 10th year in Miami. Over the course of that time, SCOPE Art Show has become an important force in the world of art, introducing countless emerging and contemporary artists and galleries to a continually expanding collector base across the globe. In fairs from Miami, New York and Basel, SCOPE has become a sought-after destination for art’s vanguard. Each year, SCOPE Miami imbues the city’s thriving art community with an exciting blend of solo and thematic group shows to compliment museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. We trust that you will enjoy your stay in our wonderful city and the wonderful art at SCOPE. We look forward to welcoming you back again in 2012. Sincerely,

Tomas Regalado Mayor

WELCOME

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SCOPE WELCOMES YOU The art show that has established its name by curating cutting-edge contemporary art from around the world proudly returns to Miami for its tenth year. Cementing its future with an 80,000 square foot pavilion across the street from Art Miami, SCOPE Miami’s high-profile venue is centrally located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. Running concurrently with Art Basel Miami, SCOPE’s Midtown Miami home is just steps from The Rubell family collection, Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and Goldman Collection. The fair opens to Press and VIPs on Tuesday, November 29 with the FirstView benefit. This year’s Miami edition of the fair, November 29 - December 4, 2011, will present 80 international galleries upholding SCOPE’s unique tradition of solo and thematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. The unique SCOPE experience expands this year in partnership with local and international cultural organizations, featuring: film, music, installation and performance. “This season we want to highlight SCOPE’s lead role as creative R+D for a wider audience of taste makers who make art their business,” says SCOPE President & Founder Alexis Hubshman. “Introducing artists, curators, and cutting-edge galleries to new international audiences has made SCOPE the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world.” In over thirty five fairs spanning the past ten years, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier show-case for international emerging contemporary art. With art fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons, SCOPE Art Show has garnered critical acclaim, with sales of over $100 million and attendance of over 350,000 visitors.

SCOPE SUPPORTERS

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WELCOME

Fair Information FAIR SCHEDULE

FAIR LOCATION

FIRST VIEW Tues Nov 29 4pm - 8pm For VIP and Press (or $100 donation at door) Proceeds benefit the SCOPE Foundation

SCOPE Pavilion NE 1st Ave (Midtown Blvd) at NE 30th St Miami, FL 33127

OFFICIAL SCOPE PARTY Fri Dec 2 10pm SHOW Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun

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Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

4pm - 8pm Opening Cocktail Hour SCOPE Pavilion

Daily 5pm - 7pm VIP Cocktail Hour Pavilion Lounge Areas

Daily 5pm - 7pm VIP Cocktail Hour Pavilion Lounge Areas

6pm CHOKRA U+262A (Crescent and Star) Performance Platform | P01

4pm - 6 pm Rums of Puerto Rico Cocktail Event Booth E28

4pm - 6 pm Rums of Puerto Rico Cocktail Event Booth E28

7pm Miss Foreign Exchange International Performance Booth A37

8pm Full Circle: Before They Were Famous Film Off-site | O Cinema

8pm - Midnight THE ONE FIFTY VIP Cocktail Reception By Invitation Only Off-site | Mondrian

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SUNDAY

Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Hello World! ... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P03

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Installation Perrier Lounge | P04

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

Daily STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation Outside Lounge | P05

Daily 5pm - 7pm VIP Cocktail Hour Pavilion Lounge Areas

Daily 5pm - 7pm VIP Cocktail Hour Pavilion Lounge Areas

Daily 5pm - 7pm VIP Cocktail Hour Pavilion Lounge Areas

4pm - 6 pm Rums of Puerto Rico Cocktail Event Booth E28

4pm - 6 pm Rums of Puerto Rico Cocktail Event Booth E28

4pm - 6 pm Rums of Puerto Rico Cocktail Event Booth E28

10pm Official SCOPE Party Off-site | Wynwood Arts Dist.

4pm - 5pm Artist Talk: In Conversation Aperture Foundation Off-site | Soho Beach House

2pm Artist Talk: INFRA Aperture Foundation Booth B31 4pm - 6pm SCOPE Finale Art, Food, Drinks, and Fun On-site

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The Center

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Program Overview

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Special Projects CHOKRA Hello World! ... David Rhon Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Aperture Foundation En Masse Primary Flight Kiwi Arts Group Pretty Offensive Kasia Kay Art Projects

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Curated Projects SPINELLO PROJECTS a.m.f. projects Artists Wanted

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Lounges Gen Art Detour presented by smart Rums of Puerto Rico Lounge Perrier速 Lounge

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Technology Augmented Mountain COLLECTRIUM

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ABOUT THE CENTER Since its inception, The Center (formerly the SCOPE Foundation) has worked with individual artists, curators, and other notfor-profit institutions in a wide variety of mediums, including film, video installation, performance and sound. Focusing on specific projects and fundraising in order to realize them, artists and curators work closely with The Center creating new, often site specific, work. Utilizing the dynamic force of trade and the principles of a gift economy, The Center creates the opportunity for everyone to be a philanthropist. We are dedicated to supporting the international artist community, as well as other not-forprofit institutions where community development and social awareness are primary directives.

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Program Overview SPECIAL PROJECTS

CURATED PROJECTS

CHOKRA

En Masse

Platform | P01 U+262A (Crescent and Star): a theatrical multi-sensory experience & official opening night performance. Tues, Nov 29, 6pm.

Murals in Asile A Multi-artist group En Masse will create a mural of black & white in vivid collision.

Hello World! ...

Primary Flight

a.m.f projects

Pavilion Entrance | P03 Christopher Baker presents a large-scale audio visual installation comprised of thousands of video diaries gathered from the internet.

Booth F02 Primary Projects presents: Kenton Parker‘s miniature replica of his fully-functioning Taco Shop dressed in ceramic tiles & neon signage.

Booth E01 Solo artist project by Brent Birnbaum: mixed media works of lost pop iconography. Curated by Daria Brit Shapiro.

David Rohn

KIWI Arts Group

Artists Wanted

Pavilion Entrance | P02 The Amazing Ultran performance: a simulation of an automatronic fortune teller, a character of past & current fair attraction.

Booth C24 & Off-site Exhibition & accompanying short documentary film Full Circle: Before They Were Famous at O Cinema. Thurs, Dec 1, 8pm.

Booths E21, E22 Global Artist Call: Art Takes London & Art Takes Miami. Grand Prize Artists: London: Yuhi Hasegawa, Miami: Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini.

Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture

Pretty Offensive

Perrier Lounge | P04 Curated by DB Burkeman & Mollie White. An exhibition of the visual history of street sticker art & artists.

Booth A17 Stephanie Hague takes the traditional craft of knitting & spins it into a provocative & contemporary object. Presented by THE CENTER.

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

Kasia Kay Art Projects

Outdoor Lounge | P05 Skowhegan residents’ installation in progression will continue to grow, evolve & transform itself & the space.

Booth A37 Kevin Berlin’s Miss Foreign Exchange International. Art takes the form of a beauty pageant. Tues, Nov 29, 7pm.

Aperture Foundation Booth B31 Richard Mosse, Penelope Umbrico, Brian Ulrich & Hank Willis Thomas. Artists Talks On-site & Off-site. PROGRAMMING

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SPINELLO PROJECTS Booths B01, B21, B23 Trisection: Abby Double, Farley Aguilar, Sinisa Kukec. Curated by Anthony Spinello.

SCHEDULED EVENTS

LOUNGES

TECHNOLOGY

THE ONE FIFTY

Gen Art Detour presented by smart

Augmented Mountain

Outdoor Lounge Featuring arist-wrapped smart cars, cars as canvas & daily special programming.

Booth A22 Pyrite iPhone and iPad app enables the creation of virtual narratives attached to realworld physical space.

Off-site | Mondrian Hotel Opening Night Reception presented by SCOPE and Mr & Mrs Smith. Mondrian, Sunset Lounge. By Invitation Only

Official SCOPE Party

Rums of Puerto Rico COLLECTRIUM Check-in Counter Lounge

Off-site | Wynwood Arts Dis. SCOPE’s party welcomes the weekend. Details to be announced. Fri, Dec 2, 10pm.

Booth E28 Serving their range of rums and providing information on beautiful Puerto Rico.

Artist Talk

Perrier® Lounge

Off-site | Soho Beach House In Conversation: Penelope Umbrico & Brian Ulrich (of Aperture Foundation). Sat, Dec 3, 4pm - 5pm.

Middle Pavilion Perrier® gives SCOPE visitors a place to relax and absorb the creative atmosphere. Features the Stuck-Up project.

SCOPE iPhone and iPad app provides centralized access to digital catalogues, program information, and artwork.

Artist Talk SCOPE Pavilion | Booth B31 INFRA: Richard Mosse (of Aperture Foundation). Sun, Dec 4, 2pm.

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

chokralovesyou.com PROGRAMMING

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CHOKRA Platform | P01 U+262A (Crescent and Star)

SCOPE Miami 2011 presents U+262A (Crescent and Star), an opening-night performance by the artist CHOKRA (Conscious Hoarding Of Kinetic Rage Associated). U+262A (Crescent and Star) is a performance by the artist CHOKRA (Conscious Hoarding Of Kinetic Rage Associated) that implements a unicode command to activate a somatic operative of performance. It encapsulates in a “Crescent and Star” meta-narrative the historical code, existential stance, socio-political condition, national construct and overlapping cultural histories of migrant workers in the United Arab Emirates. With the actuality of migrant labour accelerating residence narratives beyond “East/West” guest-ideologies, U+262A consciously situates in a poetic consequence the collapse of polarized trajectories for a transfiguring command of majhdoor muhajreen - the exalted divinities of desert paradise. U+262A features an electronic composition in digital and analogue sound, live utterances synthesized with labour camp field recordings from the Emirates and the algorithmic filtered remnants of “world music exotica.” U+262A also features multilingual rap rhyme verses conducted in Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Bengali, Pashto, Nepali and English; an intensified build of the multi-sensory with theatrical transnational costume; a sensorial propagation of engulfing scent, flares, timely pyromania; and an overwhelming diffusion of brilliant pigments, ground spices, crushed gold, sonapur sand, powdered cement and bright red chillies.

CHOKRA PRESENTED BY

Performance of Al Mtsaalh Haal | The Watermill Center | Photo By Hronn Axelsdottir 19

PROGRAMMING

SPECIAL PROJECTS

christopherbaker.net PROGRAMMING

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Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise Pavilion Entrance | P03 Christopher Baker

Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise is a large-scale audio visual installation comprised of thousands of unique video diaries gathered from the Internet. The project is a meditation on the contemporary plight of democratic, participative media and the fundamental human desire to be heard. On one hand, new media technologies like YouTube have enabled new speakers at an alarming rate. On the other hand, no new technologies have emerged that allow us to listen to all of these new public speakers. Each video consists of a single lone individual speaking candidly to a (potentially massive) imagined audience from a private space such as a bedroom, kitchen, or dorm room. The multi-channel sound composition glides between individuals and the group, allowing viewers to listen in on unique speakers or become immersed in the cacophony. Viewers are encouraged to dwell in the space.

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

David Rohn Pavilion Entrance | P02 The Amazing Ultran

Miami-based media and performance artist David Rohn, who started creating characters with the Drag artists in the heyday of Miami Beach club activity, will present The Amazing Ultran, a simulation of an animatronic fortune teller like the ones that were a fixture of Carnivals, Pier Parks and County Fairs in the last century, and which were themselves derived from the Seers and Fakhirs who were exotic fixture attractions dating back to Medieval Fairs. For a dollar, the animatronic Ultran will deliver a written ‘fortune’ from his booth at the front of the SCOPE Pavilion. Rohn’s work, which has included 18th century French Aristocrats extolling the glories of force-fed goose liver pate as a metaphor for the over-consumption in some economies, to blow-up sex doll art collector-wives, and robotic silver-haired political candidates, typically involves interaction with a live made-up character. The animatronic fortune-teller follows ‘Art Dummy’—a depiction of a ventriloquist’s dummy which, as in the upcoming project, represented a real-life simulation of a simulation of real life human presence.

davidrohn.net PROGRAMMING

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David Rohn | The Amazing Ultran | Performance 23

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Perrier Lounge | P04 Curated by DB Burkeman & Mollie White

From Warhol’s Banana for the Velvet Underground in 1966 to Banksy’s parody road signs stickers in 2010, STUCK-UP exposes an unparalleled history of alternative & popular culture through stickers. This museum-quality traveling exhibition represents Punk Rock, Skateboarding and Political Activists Campaigns through a curated visual history creating an entirely new experience of street sticker art. The exhibition spotlights artists not necessarily known for stickers such as, Damien Hirst, Tom Sachs and Jenny Holzer. Tastemakers, rule breakers and legend creators exemplify the influential personalities that have adopted art as their way of life by bringing their creative inspiration to the street. The audience gets to experience a historical time line of ephemeral yet influential art through stickers.

stuckuppieceofcrap.com PROGRAMMING

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Various Artists | Stickers: Stuck-Up Piece of Crap: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art | Publisher: Rizzoli | ISBN-10: 0789320819 25

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

skowheganart.org PROGRAMMING

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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Outdoor Lounge | P05 Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Installation in Progression

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS is an event, a sculpture, an installation, and a group of individual artists with extremely diverse practices laminated by a shared experience at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, where they met and started working together during this past summer’s session. In proposing a project for SCOPE, this was their point of departure: what is an individual within the context of an organization? Using these constraints as a catalyst, the project has evolved into a collaborative effort to bridge the physical distance between each of them, and manage a condensed time of production and display. Featured in the Outside Lounge at SCOPE, the 2011 Skowhegan residents will reassemble, build, project, stage, and perform a space for collaboration, ambiguity, and flexibility. They will work on their monument “the group” during the course of the fair; side by side, but not necessarily together, like a ship’s crew trying to stay afloat. Their materials will consist primarily of the detritus of other participants at SCOPE and the contents of two crates, arriving from New York and London, respectively. The items inside the crates will be incorporated based on written instructions, telephone conversations, email correspondence, and hands on assistance from the artists. Ultimately and throughout, we will be arriving at a structure that is zoned for productivity and a vibe that overcomes the aspirations of any of us individually. During the week-long event and on a daily basis, the monument will evolve, grow, discharge, dissolve, take U-turns, make upgrades, flex and flux, purge and merge, expand and even collapse in a constantly-morphing building performance.

Stump Dump, 2011 | Michael Ruglio-Misurell in collaboration with Nightmare City | Photo by Maya Hayuk 27

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Aperture Foundation Booth B31 & Off-site

Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online. Visit the Apterture booth at SCOPE to subscribe to Aperture magazine, see new books including The New York Times Magazine Photographs and the stunning collection of limited edition photographs. Featured artists include Richard Mosse, Penelope Umbrico, Brian Ulrich and Hank Willis Thomas.

aperture.org PROGRAMMING

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Artist Talk: In Conversation: Penelope Umbrico and Brian Ulrich Sat, December 3 4pm - 5pm Soho Beach House

Join artists Penelope Umbrico and Brian Ulrich for a conversation challenging approaches to issues of representation in contemporary culture. Penelope Umbrico offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Brian Ulrich presents a decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Following the program there will be a book signing for their newly released Aperture books Penelope Umbrico (photographs) and Is This Place Great or What, by Brian Ulrich.

Artist Talk: INFRA: Richard Mosse Sun, December 4 2pm SCOPE Pavilion

Join artist Richard Mosse on the publication of his first book Infra, a radical rethinking of how to depict a conflict as complex and intractable as that of the ongoing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For centuries, the Congo has repeatedly compelled and defied the Western imagination. Mosse bring to this subject the use of a discontinued aerial surveillance film, a type of color infrared film called Kodak Aerochrome. The film, originally developed for military reconnaissance, registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, rendering the green landscape in vivid hues of lavender, crimson and hot pink. The results offer a fevered inflation of the traditional reportage document, underlining the growing tension between art, fiction, and photojournalism.

Penelope Umbrico | Suns from Flickr | Photography, 2011, 48� x 96� 29

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

En Masse Murals in Asile A

Montreal-based art initiative EN MASSE is best described as a dash of irreverence mixed with a strong shot of highly spontaneous, multi-artist collaborative drawing; a boundaryblurring cocktail of high and lowbrow culture - pop imagery fragmented like shattered glass in a spontaneous, multi-genre, black-on-white collision. Since its creation in 2009, under the direction of Jason Botkin, Fred Caron, and Rupert Bottenberg, the project has worked in partnership with an enormous range of cultural institutions and private clients, including a current large-scale installation at the Montreal Museum of Fine Art. The life of this drawing initiative is drawn from individuals who offer diverse individual voices towards the creation of a collective vision, greater than each could create on their own.

enmasse.info PROGRAMMING

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EN MASSE @ Espace GO, 2011 | Photo: Mark Popof Jastremski (detail) 31

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Primary Flight Booth F02 Kenton Parker

Powered by artistic collective Primary Flight, Primary Projects is a multidisciplinary space, positioned at the heart of Miami’s Design District, which aims to explore and promote multiple forms of aesthetic expression from established and emerging artists. Utilizing extensive, and wholly specific, experience in producing street-level curatorial endeavors in Miami, the creative forces behind Primary Projects unites the commercial and critical efforts of artists, critics, curators, professionals and patrons; the result is the vital presence of an intelligent, alternative arts environment with a bold, urban sensibility delivered through a diverse range of media. For SCOPE Miami 2011, Kenton Parker will recreate his Taco Shop, which saw its first reincarnation at Primary Projects for Parker’s solo show It Takes All This To Be Me. New works from Parker will be concurrently installed off-site at Primary Projects as part of a group show titled, Here Lies Georges Wildenstein.

primaryflight.com primaryprojectspace.com PROGRAMMING

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Installation View | Photo by Peter Vahan 33

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KIWI Arts Group

Before They Were Famous: Behind the Lens of William John Kennedy Booth C24 & Off-site William John Kennedy

Shot in the early 1960s when fine art photographer William John Kennedy forged a friendship with both Robert Indiana and Andy Warhol, these images capture the two artists and their soon-to-be iconic works at the seminal point of their careers and the birth of the Pop Art Movement. After almost half a century in storage, a selection of the nearly forgotten images is now published for the first time as a collection. The exhibition documents a 1960s zeitgeist, with Kennedy’s deft vision narrating a new chapter in the history of Pop Art. Depicting the young artists as both playful and serious—and even prescient of their own future fame—the viewer glimpses a rare moment in time where works such as Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and Indiana’s LOVE seem like props in a child’s make-believe theatrical production. As history has revealed, Kennedy’s extraordinary ability to foresee the significance that Warhol and Indiana would have on the art world is what makes this collection most compelling. More profound than just a snapshot of a time in which our cultural and political history was forever altered, Kennedy captured rare moments through his lens which would later become some of the most recognized images across the globe, as exemplified by the photographs of Warhol looking through his Marilyn Monroe acetate and Indiana holding his LOVE painting. In the setting of 1960s America, the exhibition presents a distinct reference point for many emerging and contemporary artists working today. In conjunction with the exhibition, a short documentary film, Full Circle: Before They Were Famous, will screen at O Cinema (www.o-cinema.org). The 40 minute film, starring William John Kennedy, Robert Indiana, Ultra Violet, Taylor Mead and others, chronicles the journey of Kennedy’s images as they were brought to public view. Full Circle: Before They Were Famous O Cinema, 90 NW 29 St., Wynwood Arts District Thursday | December 1 | 8pm The exhibition is presented by KIWI Arts Group, a fine art publishing house that transcends the traditional artist-gallery relationship with unique vision and skill. Its mission is to identify talent, create and disseminate multimedia documentation that articulately reveals the artist’s proper historical context, and successfully manage all aspects of marketing and sales on an international scale.

kiwiartsgroup.com PROGRAMMING

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Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate I | The Factory, New York City | Silver Gelatin Fiber Print | Edition of 60 with 7 AP | 40 x 30 inches | Executed 1964, Printed 2010 | Š 2011 William John Kennedy, KIWI Arts Group 35

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Pretty Offensive Booth A17 Stephanie Hague Presented by The Center

Born into a crafty family in Iowa, Stephanie Hague was destined to inherit the power to turn tangled string into woven order. It was when she moved to New York City, however, that she began to harness her true power for knitted evil, turning it into an offensive but pretty art-form. Pretty Offensive plays with concepts of profanity and wraps it in a pretty bow. The aim of the work is not actually to be profane, but rather to poke fun at the idea of offensive. By knitting, Pretty Offensive takes a craft that is very traditional and stodgy and makes it contemporary and provocative while still remaining elegant.

etsy.com/shop/prettyoffensive PROGRAMMING

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Pretty Offensive Scarf | Photo Š Marne Lucas Photography 37

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Kaisa Kay Art Projects Booth A37 Kevin Berlin

MISS FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTERNATIONAL 2011 is an art performance created by artist Kevin Berlin, in the format of an International Beauty Pageant. It focuses on “good old fashion values, fiscal responsibility and financial education” and aims to improve worldwide knowledge and understanding of the global financial markets. At 7pm sharp: entrance on stage of the contestants. The winners in seven categories will be officially announced to the public for the first time, followed by the crowning of the new MISS FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTERNATIONAL 2011. See the winners in a live Award Ceremony which concludes with photo op for press, judges and VIPs. Winners of MISS FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTERNATIONAL will be selected on several categories to be announced; including “Miss Gold Standard,” ‘Miss Risk Free Rate,” “Miss Spot Price,” “Miss Upside/Downside,” and “Miss Fluctuations.” MISS FOREIGN EXCHANGE INTERNATIONAL Booth A37 Tues | November 29 | 7pm Media Contact: Christina Daigneault | Orchard Strategies P 917-207-4686 Kevin Berlin has been involved with international beauty pageants for over 20 years and has served on the Juries of some of the most famous Pageants in the world including Miss Hawaiian Tropic Intl, Miss Motors Intl, and most recently Miss Planet Beach Intl 2011. Kevin Berlin’s works are found in the collections of Kim Basinger, Luciano Pavarotti, David Letterman, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dudley and Lisa Anderson, Quincy Jones, Buzz Aldrin, Henry Buhl, and General Motors Corp. Berlin, a Yale University Alumnus, studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Shanghai Daily, The Miami Herald, USA Today, MTV, Tokyo Television, BBC Radio and over 40 television stations across the United States. Berlin was honored by President Reagan at The White House as a Young Arts Presidential Scholar in 1983. Kevin Berlin’s recent major solo exhibitions include shows in Shanghai, Kiev, and in New York City.

kasiakaygallery.com PROGRAMMING

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Kevin Berlin | East Meets West #7, 2011 | Oil on canvas, 60 x 45 inches 39

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CURATED PROJECTS

SPINELLO PROJECTS Booths B01, B21, B23 Trisection: Abby Double, Farley Aguilar, Sinisa Kukec Curated by Anthony Spinello

Spinello Projects presents Trisection: an innovative curatorial trifecta of three individual installations from artists renowned for their unconventional, highly conceptual practices. Under the direction of Spinello Projects’ director Anthony Spinello, Trisection will feature Abby Double’s Prolegomena, Farley Aguilar’s Dogville and Sinisa Kukec’s Farewell Fountain, respectively. Spinello Projects is a contemporary art venture based in Miami founded by Anthony Spinello in 2005. Spinello Projects prides itself in exhibiting intelligent works of art in every conceivable medium by local emerging artists. Over the course of six years, Spinello Projects has become a playground for unorthodox and experimental artists not easily placed into the confines of a traditional gallery space. Its mission: to initiate groundbreaking change in Miami’s cultural landscape and beyond, shaping into a formidable contender in the global contemporary art world.

spinelloprojects.com PROGRAMMING

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Sinisa Kukec in studio | Miami, FL | Photo by Anthony Spinello 41

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a.m.f. projects Booth E01 Brent Birnbaum Solo artist project Curated by Daria Brit Shapiro

Addressing very relevant themes of religion, death and consumerism, Brent Birnbaum’s mixed media works are a wonderland of lost pop iconography. A veritable hoarder of irreverent objects and tzotchkes from the oft-forgotten annals of American advertising, Birnbaum‘s work re-purposes these signifiers of a culture obsessed with materiality at the expense of meaning. Wryly acknowledging predecessors such as Rauschenberg and Duchamp, Birnbaum’s found objects pre-date the Internet, yet eschew the idea of “randomness” by the enormous volume of collectibles that would have taken an obsessive collector years to amass without contemporary technology. Tapping into his generations’ tendency towards an aesthetic of sensory overload, Birnbaum re-interprets allegories of heaven and hell from Christianity and Islam, drawing heavily from sources both ancient and contemporary; texts from the Koran to Dante’s Inferno are infused with a fresh visual language by utilizing the very propaganda our consumerist culture employs as a diversionary tactic.

dariabritshapiro.com PROGRAMMING

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Brent Birnbaum | Catcher in the Rye Whiskey, 2010 | 50” x 35” x 5” 43

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CURATED PROJECTS

Artists Wanted Booth E22 Art Takes London

Artists Wanted is a collaborative project between several New York City artists and creative organizations working to build new lasting opportunities for emerging talent. Through hosting online portfolios and open calls for art, Artists Wanted provides multiple channels to discover and showcase emerging artists across the globe. Founders Jason Goodman and William Etundi Jr. believe great talent deserves endless attention, and have made it their mission to support artistic endeavors through unique, far-reaching and lasting opportunities. Over the past 5 years, Artists Wanted has awarded emerging creative talents with over $100,000 in grants, several highprofile gallery receptions, exposure to hundreds of thousands of viewers, as well as a year of free living in a $1.2 million dollar New York City apartment, with much more to come. Featured Artist | Yuhi Hasegawa A PORTRAIT OF AN OLD MAN (No country for old men) The work of Yuhi Hasegawa explores the instinctive, and the primitive qualities of human beings. Through the process of painting, he reveals the concealable inner meanings of human behaviors in private and public situations. These behaviors are constantly swaying between the extremes of innate, and acquired human characteristics. Yuhi’s paintings are not literal narratives, rather dark suggestions of the hybrids from nomadic and urban existences, sophisticated and barbarian in equal measure.

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Yuhi Hasegawa, Featured Artist

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Noumeda Carbone, Design & Illustration

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SoHee Hong, Works on Paper

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CHOKRA, Motion & Sound

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Emily Keegin, Photography

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Jessica Williams, Painting

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Dana Haim, Early Entry Award

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Srdan Loncar, Sculpture & Installation

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Artists Wanted Booth E21 Art Takes Miami

Over the course of 2 months artists, painters, sculptors, designers, illustrators and creative visionaries from over 170 countries flocked to Art Takes Miami to submit their work for a shot a $10,000 grant and an exclusive feature booth at SCOPE Miami. We are proud to present the Grand Prize Winners of Art Takes Miami, selected by Alexis Hubshman, founder of SCOPE and Mollie White, SCOPE Show Director. Featured Artist | Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini Freizeitfreunde (Friends in Leisure) Freizeitfreunde (Friends in Leisure), is a series of photographs depicting places and the people who populate them: from pipe smokers to traffic police, the butcher union to the poodle association. Captured using analogous color negative film, the scenes are precisely arranged with selectively chosen stages, situations and people therein. Ursula and Andi approach every photograph differently, whether it is finding inspiration in locations, communities or groups. Their process transforms the photographs beyond the ordinary photos of clubs and traditional group photos into unique and never before seen views of friends in leisure.

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Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini, Featured Artist

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Mark Ingham, Motion & Sound

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Katy Horan, Design & Illustration

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Patty Carroll, Photography

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Dave Eppley, Sculpture & Installation

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Daniel Horowitz, Painting & Drawing

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SCHEDULED EVENTS

THE ONE FIFTY Off-site VIP Cocktail Event Opening Night Reception By Invitation Only

SCOPE has partnered with Mr & Mrs Smith, the world’s boutique hotel experts, to host THE ONE FIFTY — an exclusive aperitif riche — taking place at the iconic Mondrian hotel, Tuesday, November 29th from 8-12pm. THE ONE FIFTY celebrates SCOPE’s lead role as creative R+D for a wider audience of taste makers who make art their business. This exclusive opening night celebration is the second in a series of events that cross pollinates a diverse group of visionaries and game changers impacting our cultural landscape. All invitees are celebrated as forward-thinking leaders changing the way we look at the world and the way we live in it. Invited guests will include SCOPE exhibitors and VIPs, select Mr & Mrs Smith guests, and local and international press from the art, travel and lifestyle sectors. Tues | November 29 | 8pm - 12am Mondrian, Sunset Lounge 1100 West Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139

E-tickets by COLLECTRIUM: An official E-ticket with QR code will grant exclusive admission to invited guests. Specialty Cocktails: provided by official liquor partner Rums of Puerto Rico. Music: DJ DB, best known as being responsible for bringing Drum & Bass to the U.S., was also the unofficial Rolling Stones DJ playing many of their private events including their Lifetime Grammy Award afterparty. DB is currently on the air as DJ for ArtOnAir.org. Mondrian Miami | Part of the Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection PRESENTED BY

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LOUNGES

Gen Art Detour presented by smart Outdoor Lounge

Gen Art is a national arts & entertainment organization that discovers and elevates emerging visual artists, filmmakers, fashion designers and musicians through national signature events and customized multi-platform programs. This year Gen Art is partnering with smart and SCOPE art fair to create a unique gathering space that will allow fair visitors to take a break from the hustle and bustle and relax in a creative and inspiring environment. Gen Art Detour presented by smart will feature custom wrapped smart cars designed by emerging artists. Each car will be contextualized in an innovative setting which will stimulate the imagination and incite conversation. Meanwhile, fair attendees will have the opportunity to go from onlooker to artist using a smart car as their canvas and will also be invited to take a smart on the road at our test drive center.

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Rums of Puerto Rico Lounge Booth A22

Rums of Puerto Rico, a division of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO), was created in 1948. The quality brands produced in Puerto Rico are aged at least one year by law. This sets the standard of excellence that includes only the finest rums and offers an extensive choice in the rum category including Bacardi, Don Q, Ron Llave, Ron del Barrilito and Palo Viejo, among others. Rums of Puerto Rico on-site at the SCOPE Miami Pavilion will promote and distribute information on Rums of Puerto Rico and on beautiful Puerto Rico itself. Visitors can indulge in specialty cocktails from 4pm - 6pm and sample the range of their exclusive rums. Furthermore, off-site, Rums of Puerto Rico will be SCOPE’s official liquor partner at THE ONE FIFTY opening night reception at the Mondrian—providing specialty drinks for select VIP’s and infusing Puerto Rican flavor into the night’s festivities.

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Perrier® Lounge SCOPE Pavilion

Perrier® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water: Perrier was first bottled in the south of France in 1863. Perrier is an all natural, sugar-free and calorie-free sparkling natural mineral water. With its refreshingly unique bubbles and low mineral content, Perrier is perfect on its own, with a slice of lemon, or mixed with juices or spirits. The iconic green bottle is recognized around the world as the number one sparkling natural mineral water. For over a century, Perrier has collaborated with some of the world’s most famous and distinguished artists and continues to do so to this day. For SCOPE Miami 2011, Perrier will provide a lounge space for visitors to relax and soak up the creative atmosphere.

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TECHNOLOGY

Augmented Mountain Pavilion Entrance Pyrite iPhone and iPad app

With Augmented Reality, we can traverse narratives through constructed virtual media that are over-laid, in reference to and interactive with, specific physical sites. Augmented Mountain’s unique toolkit, Palimpsest, for the iPhone and iPad, enables the creation of narratives contextualized by geographic location, games that interact with the physical environment, and artistic performances and installations that are virtually attached to real-world physical space. Augmented Mountain, in collaboration with SCOPE, will be using art fair geographies as a platform to demonstrate the fun, informative and mercantile capabilities of their initiative, Pyrite, by creating a multi-faceted AR game. This program will allow users to learn about SCOPE special projects and events happening during the fair, while playing a first-person shooter, choose-your-own-adventure game. Continuing beyond Miami 2011, Augmented Mountain will produce new iterations of the application Pyrite for each art fair week, including information regarding the week’s special projects and events. In advance of each fair, all players / users / participants of our game will receive upgrades conceived and located by emerging artists. These upgrades can be collected and combined to customize your augmented reality and strengthen your experience.

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COLLECTRIUM Check-in Counter SCOPE iPhone and iPad app

At this year’s SCOPE Miami, COLLECTRIUM will be introducing the new SCOPE iPhone and iPad app. Powered by COLLECTRIUM, the centralized app will include a full listing of all past SCOPE digital catalogues and program information in one easy-to-use format. The new app will be the first of its kind to feature video. Exhibitors will now be able to upload video links and images within an art object, and users will be able to view the video from within the app on their iPhone or iPad. Search for “scope art” at the iTunes App Store to download the free app and begin using it at the fair!

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101/exhibit Aperture Foundation ARCH 402 Gallery ArTepuy ASYMMETRIK AUREUS Contemporary Black Square Gallery Bisagra arte contemporáneo Butter Gallery C. Emerson Fine Arts CHALK HORSE Civilian Art Projects Contemporary by Angela Li COOPER COLE Corey Helford Gallery De Buck Gallery DEAN PROJECT Dorian Grey Gallery Dubner Moderne Gagliardi Art System Gallery Biba Gallery FINE ART Hamburg Kennedy Hamiltonian Gallery Hardcore Art Contemporary Space Heiner Contemporary Jacob Karpio Galeria James Freeman Gallery Jonathan LeVine Gallery Jordan Faye Contemporary Kasia Kay Gallery keyes art KIWI Arts Group Lélia Mordoch Gallery

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LICHT FELD Light Work Like the Spice Lukas Feichtner Galerie Mallick Williams & Co Maximillian Gallery Meulensteen Mindy Solomon Gallery MULHERIN/CTS Muriel Guépin Gallery New Image Art NOMAD Gallery Paci contemporary PATRAJDAS Contemporary Plataforma Arte Contemporáneo Program / In SItu PX Photography R.Michelson Galleries RARE Gallery Red Truck Gallery Robert Fontaine Gallery ROLF ART SALON VERT Sloan Fine Art sweet home private art space The Arts Fund Timothy Yarger Fine Art Turner Carroll Gallery Unix Fine Art Varnish Fine Art Waltman Ortega Fine Art Waterhouse & Dodd White Walls Witzenhausen Gallery

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SCOPE Foundation | The Center Aperture Foundation David Rohn Hello World! ... Kasia Kay Art Projects Kiwi Arts Group Pretty Offensive | THE CENTER Primary Flight

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E22 Art Takes London Yuhi Hasegawa

E 2 1 Art Takes Miami Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini

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Lounge Programming Gen Art Detour presented by smart Outside Lounge Skowhegan, Class of 2011 Platform | Front Entrance CHOKRA Perrier Lounge Stuck-Up: A History of Sticker Culture Rums of Puerto Rico Lounge

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Curated Special Projects SPINELLO PROJECTS | Trisection Sinisa Kukec Abby Double Farley Aguilar

FEATURED SECTION Argentine Galleries

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E 0 1 Brent Birnbaum Artists Wanted

E 2 1 Art Takes Miami E22 Art Takes London SPINELLO PROJECTS | "Trisection"

B01 Sinisa Kukec B 2 1 Abby Double B23 Farley Aguilar

E01 a.m.f. projects MIAMI | NEW YORK

Miami and New York USA T + 1 917 215 9039 amfprojects@me.com www.dariabritshapiro.com

SOLO ARTIST PROJECT Curated by Daria Brit Shapiro Brent Birnbaum | Porno for Pyros Mixed media, 2011, 36" x 36" x 10"

Exhibiting Artists: Brent Birnbaum

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E22 Artists Wanted NEW YORK

New York, NY USA mandisa@artistswanted.org www.artistswanted.org

ART TAKES LONDON Grand Prize Artist: Yuhi Hasegawa A PORTRAIT OF AN OLD MAN (No country for old men)

Category Winners: Grand Prize: Yuhi Hasegawa | Design & Illustration: Noumeda Carbone | Early Entry: Dana Haim | Motion & Sound: BB CHOKRA | Painting: Jessica Williams | Photography: Emily Keegin | Sculpture & Installation: Srdan Loncar | Works on Paper: SoHee Hong

E21 Artists Wanted NEW YORK

ART TAKES MIAMI Grand Prize Artist: Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini pipe smokers club

Category Winners: Grand Prize: Ursula Sprecher & Andi Cortellini | Design & Illustration: Katy Horan | Motion & Sound: Mark Ingham | Painting & Drawing: Daniel Horowitz | Photography: Patty Carroll | Sculpture & Installation: Dave Eppley 63

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TRISECTION SPINELLO PROJECTS MIAMI | NEW YORK | BERLIN

150 NE 42nd Street, Miami, Florida 33137 USA T + 1 786 271 4223 info@spinelloprojects.com www.spinelloprojects.com

THREE SOLO CURATORIAL PROJECTS "TRISECTION" B01, B21, B23

Exhibiting Artists: Abby Double | Farley Aguilar | Sinisa Kukec

B01 SPINELLO PROJECTS FEATURED ARTIST: SINISA KUKEC

Artist in Studio | Miami, FL Photo: Anthony Spinello

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B21 SPINELLO PROJECTS FEATURED ARTIST: ABBY DOUBLE

Artists in Studio | Paris Photo: Anthony Spinello

B23 SPINELLO PROJECTS FEATURED ARTIST: FARLEY AGUILAR

Farley Aguilar | Oracle Ink on mylar, 28" x 35"

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Gallery Profiles 68 Gallery Profiles A-Z

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E32 101/exhibit MIAMI

101 NE 40th Street Miami, FL 33137 USA T + 1 305 573 2101 C + 1 305 573 6101 Sloan@101exhibit.com www.101exhibit.com

Chambliss Giobbi | Portrait of Alice O’Malley 3 Collage, Bees Wax on Tycore, 2010, 56" x 92"

Exhibiting Artists: Jason Shawn Alexander | Jorge Santos | Christopher Carter | Chambliss Giobbi | Kellesimone Waits | Marcus Jansen | Aline Crumb | Jim Mahfood

B31 Aperture Foundation NEW YORK 547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 505 5555 F + 1 212 979 7759 info@aperture.org www.aperture.org

Penelope Umbrico | Suns from flickr Photography, 2011, 48" x 96"

Exhibiting Artists: Penelope Umbrico | Brian Ulrich | Richard Mosse | Rinko Kawauchi | Jordan Tate | Jessica Backhaus | Jason Lazarus

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A32 ARCH 402 Gallery LONDON Cremer Street London, E2 8HD UK T + 44 020 7043 2027 joanna.foster@arch402.com www.arch402.com

Aldo Cristofaro | KISS MY GUN Acrylic on canvas, 2010

Exhibiting Artists: Andrew Bick | Simon Burton | Aldo Cristofaro | Moyra Derby | Pamela Golden | Claude Heath | Paul Housley | Bob Matthews | Andrea Medjesi-Jones | Jost Münster | Robert Priseman | Virginia Verran | Julian Wakelin

B37 ArTepuy CARACAS

Calle California con Jalisco. Edificio San Carlos, PB-2 Las Mercedes, Caracas Venezuela T + 58 212 9930974 C + 58 414 129 4781 galeriaartepuy@gmail.com www.artepuy.com.ve

Pepe López | Guapísimas Acrylic on 47 “guapas” & “manares” (traditional Venezuelan baskets), 2004, Varying dimensions

Exhibiting Artists: Amalia Caputo | Nayari Castillo | Pietro Daprano | Pepe Lopez | Cipriano Martinez 69

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A30 ASYMMETRIK NEW YORK

75 Central Park West, Suite 6D New York, NY 10023 USA T + 1 646 251 0179 jeremy@asymmetrikinc.com info@asymmetrikinc.com www.asymmetrikinc.com

Mark Sobaczak | Iceberg Photography

Exhibiting Artists: Angelo Bellobono | Beatrice Pediconi | Christophe von Hohenberg | David Hochbaum | Eva Mueller | Hu Wenzhong | Ilir Zefi | Ken Shung | Mark Sobczak | Matthew McMullen Smith | Paige de Ponte | Paolo Guarderas

E19 AUREUS Contemporary BASEL | PROVIDENCE Basel, CH, Switzerland Providence, RI, USA F + 1 401 783 6632 C + 1 401 368 6138 info@aureus-contemporary.com www.aureus-contemporary.com

Peter Buechler | Untitled, 2009 Oil on found object, 44 cm x 54 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Peter Buechler | Sara Carter | Jeremy Dean | Jeff Depner | Karim Hamid | Yi-Hsin Tzeng | Chad Wys EXHIBITORS

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B25 Black Square Gallery MIAMI 2248 NW 1st Place Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 424 5002 F + 1 928 833 9914 director@blacksquaregallery.com www.blacksquaregallery.com

Taisha 3,14 | Marks of External Mixed media, 2011, 80cm x 120cm

Exhibiting Artists: Emilio Garcia | Jorge Chirinos Sanchez | Pablo Lehmann | Taisha 3,14 | Zhanna Kadyrova

C33 Bisagra arte contemporáneo BUENOS AIRES Bonpland 1565 C1414CMQ, Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 47 77 0164 bisagra@bsgr.com.ar www.bsgr.com.ar

Catalina Schliebener | De la serie Máquina blanda Digital Collage, 2011, 65cm x 65cm

Exhibiting Artists: Lisa Giménez | Adrian Lirman | Ezequiel Montero Swinnen | Claudio Roncoli | Catalina Schliebener 71

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E14 Butter Gallery MIAMI

2928 NW 7th Avenue Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 303 6254 paco@buttergallery.com www.buttergallery.com

Yuri Tuma | NY1 Digital Print, 2011, 20" x 28"

Exhibiting Artists: Rick Falcon | Tawnie Silva | Yuri Tuma | Kassandra Torres | Eddie Negron Rudy Duboue

B27 C.Emerson Fine Arts ST. PETERSBURG 909 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, FL 33705 USA T + 1 727 898 6068 cemersonfinearts@gmail.com www.c-emersonfinearts.com

Kyle Hughes-Odgers | Moon Painting, 2011, 6" x 6"

Exhibiting Artists: Kim Anderson | Lee Basford | Clayton Chandler | Dirk Dzimirsky | Rocky Grimes | Kyle Hughes-Odgers | Daniel Mrgan | Justin Nelson | Kim Radatz EXHIBITORS

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A28 CHALK HORSE SYDNEY

8 Lacey Street Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Australia T + 61 (02) 9211 8999 admin@chalkhorse.com.au www.chalkhorse.com.au

Christian Thompson | The Devil Made Him Do It c-type print, Edition of 10, 2011, 100cm x 100cm

Exhibiting Artists: Sam Doctor | Jasper Knight | Julian Meagher | Christian Thompson Yinjaa Barni | Oliver Watts

C02 CHURCH NEW YORK

New York, NY USA info@churchgallery.com www.churchgallery.com

Li Wei | 29 levels of freedom 2003, 120cm x 175cm

Exhibiting Artists: Li Wei

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C13 Civilian Art Projects WASHINGTON DC 1019 Seventh Street NW Washington, DC 20001 USA T + 1 202 607 3804 info@civilianartprojects.com www.civilianartprojects.com

Trevor Young | Final Pump Oil and alkyd on canvas, 2011, 46" x 46"

Exhibiting Artists: Nikki Painter | Dan Tague | Noelle K. Tan | Terri Weifenbach | Trevor Young

C10 Contemporary by Angela Li HONG KONG G/F, 90-92 Hollywood Road, Central Hong Kong, China T + 852 35718200 F + 852 28908554 info@cbal.com.hk www.cbal.com.hk

Chen Wenling | Childhood-Aubade Painted Bronze, sculpture, 2011, 188cm x 55cm x 40cm

Exhibiting Artists: Chen Wenling | Chen Jiagang | Nancy Chu Woo | Shi Jindian

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C03 COOPER COLE TORONTO

1161 Dundas St. W Toronto, ON, M6J 1X3 Canada T + 1 647 347 3316 info@coopercolegallery.com www.coopercolegallery.com

Cleon Peterson | The Brinksman Acrylic on Wood, 2011, 61" x 61"

Exhibiting Artists: Cleon Peterson | Jen Stark | Jesse Harris | Ryan Wallace | Steve Powers

F03 Corey Helford Gallery CULVER CITY 8522 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 USA T + 1 310 287 2340 jch@coreyhelfordgallery.com www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

Nick Walker | The Charming Children Spray paint and stencil on canvas, 2011 , 31" x 31"

Exhibiting Artists: {Featured} D*Face | Ray Caesar | Hush | Michael Mararian | Risk | Nick Walker Josh Agle (Shag) | Nataly (Kukula) Abramovitch | Tom Bagshaw | Buff Monster | Colin Christian | Chloe Early | Eine | Ron English | Korin Faught | Sarah Folkman | Melissa Forman | Sylvia Ji | Meggs | Aaron Nagel | Billy Norrby | The London Police | Amy Sol | Kent Williams | Martin Wittfooth 75

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D27 De Buck Gallery NEW YORK 511 W 25th Street New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 255 5735 info@debuckgallery.com www.debuckgallery.com

Zevs | Liquidated YES brass plated stainless steel on patinated bronze base 12 1/2 x 12 x 3 1/2 in (32 x 31 x 9 cm) Edition 2/8, + 2 AP , 2011

Exhibiting Artists: ZEVS

C07 DEAN PROJECT NEW YORK

511 West 25th Street, 2nd floor New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212.229.2017 C + 1 917 748 2129 info@deanproject.com www.deanproject.com

Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers gallery installation view, 2011

Exhibiting Artists: Lluis Barba | Bryan Drury | Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers | Reinaldo Sanguino | Halsey Hathaway | Karlos Carcamo | Nicholas Kashian EXHIBITORS

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A24 Dorian Grey Gallery NEW YORK 437 East 9th Street New York, NY 10009 USA T + 1 516 244 4126 F + 1 516 883 1717 info@doriangreygallery.com www.doriangreygallery.com

Richard Hambleton | Red & Gold Shadow Head Painting, 20" x 16"

Exhibiting Artists: Richard Hambleton | Keith Haring | Jean Michel Basquiat | Clayton Patterson | Rene Ricard | Fab 5 Freddy | Robert Carrithers | LA 2 | Harvey Wang | Martha Cooper | Julius Klein | Futura 2000 | Jim Flora | Kid Philly

G03 Dubner Moderne LAUSANNE Rue du Grand-ChĂŞne 6, 4th Floor 1003 Lausanne Switzerland T + 41 79 242 7801 art@dubnermoderne.com www.dubnermoderne.ch

Jill Moser | To The Moon | Acrylic and Oil on Canvas, 2009, 40" x 40"

Exhibiting Artists: Thomas Dudan | Li Jin | Luc Joly | Glenn Ligon | Choong-Sup Lim | Edward Mapplethorpe | Jill Moser | Sean Scully 77

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D23 Gagliardi Art System TORINO Via Cervino 16 10155 Torino Italy T + 39 011 19700031 F + 39 011 19700032 gallery@gasart.it www.gasart.it

Glaser / Kunz | Jane and Wil, 2010-2011 | Mixed media, installation, 200cm x 100cm x 90cm

Exhibiting Artists: Daniele D’Acquisto | Glaser / Kunz | J&Peg | I Santissimi | Fabio Viale

G05 Gallery Biba PALM BEACH

224A Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 USA T + 1 561 651 1371 info@gallerybiba.com www.gallerybiba.com

Jonathan Stein | Gotta Get My Fix Bronze & Swarovski crystals, sculpture 2008, 17.75" x 10", Edition 3/9

Exhibiting Artists: Andrei Molodkin | Carole Feuerman | Dan Flavin | Francesco Capello | Heidi McFall | Jonathan Seliger | Jonathan Stein | Julian Opie | Liu Zhuoquan | Maxim Wakultschik | Myung Keun Koh | Peter Anton | Robert Rauschenberg | Robert St. Croix | Romero Fudyma | Vik Muniz | Warner Friedman | Willy Verginer | Yang Mian | Yury Darashkevich EXHIBITORS

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A41 Gallery FINE ART MOSCOW 123001 Moscow, Bolshaya Sadovaya, 3 bld.10 Russia T + 7 499 251 7649 F + 7 499 251 7649 pr@galleryfineart.ru fineart@artinfo.ru www.galleryfineart.ru

Dmitrii Shorin | Margherita Oil on canvas, 2011, 95cm x 148cm

Exhibiting Artists: Dmitrii Shorin | Timofey Smirnov | Ekaterina Belyavskaya

A10 Hamburg Kennedy NEW YORK 22 E 36th Street, Penthouse New York, NY 10016 USA T + 1 212 233 1124 info@hkphotographs.com www.hkphotographs.com

Marilyn Minter | Chewing Pink C - print, 2008, 40" x 30"

Exhibiting Artists: Banksy | Corey Arnold | David Drebin | Eric Cahan | Julian Opie | Kim Joon | Michael Dweck | Marilyn Minter | Yoshitomo Nara | Reinhard Gรถrner | Sara VanDerBeek | Slim Aarons | Eve Sussman 79

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A22 Hamiltonian Gallery WASHINGTON DC 1353 U Street, NW Suite 101 Washington, DC 20009 USA T + 1 202 332 1116 F + 1 202 332 0569 jackie@hamiltoniangallery.com www.hamiltoniangallery.com

Jenny Mullins | The New American Spiritual Tent Electronic and Mixed Media, 2011, 8' x 8' x 8'

Exhibiting Artists: Jenny Mullins | Matthew Mann | Sarah Knobel

B11 Hardcore Art Contemporary Space MIAMI 72 NW 25th Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 576 1645 F + 1 305 576 1646 C + 1 786 319 0162 info@hardcoreartmiami.com www.hardcoreartmiami.com

Milton Becerra | Mi moneda favorita Linen fibers and Currency: $1, Bs. 5, 10, 20 & 50 1997, 8" x 47" each

Exhibiting Artists: Gaston Ugalde | Milton Becerra

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D01 Heiner Contemporary WASHINGTON DC 1675 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20007 USA T + 1 202 338 0072 info@heinercontemporary.com www.heinercontemporary.com

Avery Lawrence | Moving a Tree Performance, video, installation, 2011

Exhibiting Artists: Avery Lawrence

C01 Jacob Karpio Galería SAN JOSÉ Av. 1, #1352. Cuesta de Nuñez San José, Costa Rica T + 506 2257 7963 F + 506 2255 4524 C + 506 8847 4378 jacobkarpiogallery@gmail.com www.jacobkarpio.cr

Priscilla Monge | Untitled Outdoor installation, 2006

Exhibiting Artists: Priscilla Monge | Victor Florido | Manuel Esnoz | Adrian Vallecillos | F.J Valdez | David Rosenbloom | Jose Rossenblat | Gerardo Echevarria | Benjamin Aitala 81

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B29 James Freeman Gallery LONDON 354 Upper Street, Islington London, N1 0PD UK T + 44 (0)20 7226 3300 F + 44 (0)20 7226 7231 info@jamesfreemangallery.com www.jamesfreemangallery.com

Koh Sang Woo | Carrera C-type Lambda print, Diasec mounted, 2011, 40" x 30"

Exhibiting Artists: Koh Sang Woo

E09 Jonathan LeVine Gallery NEW YORK 529 W 20th Street 9E New York, NY 10011 USA T + 1 212 243 3822 info@jonathanlevinegallery.com www.jonathanlevinegallery.com

Jason DeCaires Taylor | Silent Evolution Photography, 2011, 20 x 30 inches

Exhibiting Artists: Aakash Nihalani | Jason DeCaires Taylor | Olek | WK

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F01 Jordan Faye Contemporary BALTIMORE 1401 Light Street [Federal Hill] Baltimore, MD 21230 USA T + 1 443 955 1547 jordan@jordanfayecontemporary.com

www.jordanfayecontemporary.com

David Page | Tackle Steel, felt, fabric, leather, hardware and occasional human occupant, 2011, 100" x 42" x 60" (254cm x 107cm x 152cm)

Exhibiting Artists: Lori Larusso | David Page | Jenee Mateer

A37 Kasia Kay Gallery CHICAGO 215 N. Aberdeen Street Chicago, IL 60607 USA T + 1 312 944 0408 info@kasiakaygallery.com www.kasiakaygallery.com

Kevin Berlin | "Fuck You" (Marlboro Cigarettes) Oil on canvas, 2010, 40" x 60"

Exhibiting Artists: Kevin Berlin | Erika Harrsch | Rim Lee | Daniel Bruttig | David A. Parker

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B17 keyes art NEW YORK

551 W 21st Street Suite 401A New York, NY 10011 USA T + 1 917 509 1379 juliekeyes15@yahoo.com www.juliekeyesart.com

Matilde Alessandra | squeeze my lemon Installation, wood acriylic paint LEDs colored gels plexiglass, 2011, 48" x 12" x 4.5"

Exhibiting Artists: Camille Perrottet | Everardo Lalin | Kevin Teare | Matilde Alessandra | Wyatt Neumann | Xawery Wolski

C24 KIWI Arts Group MIAMI

48 NW 29th Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 200 3047 F + 1 305 200 3507 C + 1 305 213 1495 info@kiwiartsgroup.com www.kiwiartsgroup.com www.c-emersonfinearts.com William John Kennedy | Robert Indiana Holding Love Coenties Slip Studio, New York City, Silver Gelatin Fiber Print Ed. of 60 with 7 AP, Executed 1964, Printed 2010, 40" x 30"

Exhibiting Artists: William John Kennedy

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H10 Lélia Mordoch Gallery MIAMI 2300 N Miami Avenue Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 786 201 8394 lelia.mordoch.gallery@gmail.com galerieleliamordoch.com

Keren | Body Geometry 2009, 39" x 13", 1/10

Exhibiting Artists: Julio Le Parc | Patrick Hughes | Patrice Girard | Emmanuel Fillot | Keren | Daniel Fiorda

E25 LICHT FELD BASEL

Davidsbodenstrasse 11 4056 Basel Switzerland T + 41 (0)61 333 00 58 F + 41 (0)61 333 00 59 C + 41 (0)76 395 51 26 art@dubnermoderne.com www.lichtfeld.ch

Daniel Karrer | Untitled Oil & Acrylic on canvas, 2011, 120cm x 120cm

Exhibiting Artists: Max Grüter | Patrick LoGiudice - Andreas Lehner | MARCK | Daniel Karrer | Sabine Hertig | Hubert Kretzschmar | Peter Dauphin genannt Muth

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A18 Light Work SYRACUSE

316 Waverly Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244 USA T + 1 315 443 1300 F + 1 315 443 9516 info@lightwork.org www.lightwork.org

Kelli Connell | Head to Head Pigmented inkjet print, 2008, 7.5" x 10" Edition of 50

Exhibiting Artists: William Wegman | Carrie Mae Weems | Tony Gleaton | Kelli Connell | Susan Worsham | Doug Dubois | Arno Rafael Minkkinen | Scott Conarroe | Deana Lawson | Todd Gray | Yolanda del Amo | Elijah Gowin

C06 Like the Spice BROOKLYN

224 Roebling Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 USA T + 1 718 388 5388 info@likethespice.com www.likethespice.com

Jenny Morgan | Power Play Oil on canvas, 2011, 42" x 31"

Exhibiting Artists: Jessica Stoller | Jenny Morgan | Reuben Negron | Joseph Heidecker | Matt Stone | Allie Rex | Jason Bard Yarmosky | Treasure Frey EXHIBITORS

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E05 Lukas Feichtner Galerie VIENNA Seilerstätte 19 A-1010 Vienna Austria T + 43 1 512 0910 T + 1 305 613 1118 F + 43 1 513 0547 info@feichtnergallery.com www.feichtnergallery.com

Udo Nöger | GLEICHES 12 Mixed media, canvas, 2011, 75" x 97"

Exhibiting Artists: Udo Nöger

A01 Mallick Williams & CO. NEW YORK 150 11th Avenue New York, NY 10011 USA T + 1 212 929 4137 info@mallickwilliams.com www.mallickwilliams.com

Erik Foss | Pollock Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 2011, 78" x 85"

Exhibiting Artists: Lindsey de Ovies | Nicholas Forker | Erik Foss | Curtis Kulig | Skullphone | Marco Zamora | Russell Young 87

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D30 Maximillian Gallery WEST HOLLYWOOD 1200 Alta Loma Road West Hollywood, CA 90069 USA T + 1 310 881 6025 info@maximilliangallery.com www.maximilliangallery.com

Desire Obtain Cherish | The Problem We All Live With Acrylic on Painted Canvas, 2011, 22" x 40"

Exhibiting Artists: Christophe Leroux | Desire Obtain Cherish | Cyrcle | DeeKay | Andy Appleton | CantStopGoodboy | Gregory Siff | Steven Swimmer

D16 Meulensteen NEW YORK

511 West 22nd Street New York, NY 10011 USA T + 1 212 633 6999 F + 1 212 691 4342 info@meulensteen.com www.meulensteen.com

Andrea Galvani | Death of an Image #4 C-print mounted on aluminum Dibond, 2005, 50.5" x 71" (framed)

Exhibiting Artists: Andrea Galvani | Tobias Putrih | Siebren Versteeg

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C21 Mindy Solomon Gallery ST. PETERSBURG 124 2nd Ave NE St. Petersburg, FL 33701 USA T + 1 727 502 0852 F + 1 727 502 0863 mindy@mindysolomon.com www.mindysolomon.com

Einar and Jamex de la Torre | El Cakeito Archival pigment print, epoxy, found objects, resin, mixed media, 2010, 59" x 162" x 3.5"

Exhibiting Artists: Einar and Jamex de la Torre | Sean Noyce | James Kennedy | Sunkoo Yuh Wook Jae Maeng | Bart Johnson

A05 MULHERIN/CTS TORONTO | NEW YORK Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects Toronto | New York T + 1 416 993 6510 info@katharinemulherin.com www.katharinemulherin.com {CTS} creative thriftshop New York T + 1 917 826 5550 www.creativethriftshop.com info@creativethriftshop.com Eric Doeringer | Stains (after Ed Ruscha) 2009 78 page portfolio including 75 stains on paper edition of 10, each page approx. 12" x 11" (31cm x 28cm)

Exhibiting Artists: David Kramer | Eric Doeringer | Jack Balas

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A16 Muriel GuĂŠpin Gallery BROOKLYN 47 Bergen Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA T + 1 718 858 4535 contact@murielguepingallery.com www.murielguepingallery.com

Matthew Conradt | Housing Mixed media on mylar, 2010, 60" x 60"

Exhibiting Artists: Dante Brebner | Matthew Conradt | Keun Young Park | Chong Gon Yun

A03 New Image Art WEST HOLLYWOOD

7920 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90046 USA T + 1 323 654 2192 F + 1 323 654 2192 info@newimageartgallery.com amber@newimageartgallery.com www.newimageartgallery.com

Retna | Soldiers of Another Acrylic on canvas, 2011, 60" x 84"

Exhibiting Artists: Retna | Cleon Peterson | Paul Wackers

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B13 NOMAD Gallery BRUSSELS Lakensestraat 113 rue de Laeken 1000 Brussels Belgium T + 32 475 219 250 T + 1 704 408 0784 walter@moba.be ashley@moba.be www.moba.be

Aimé Mpane (D.R.Congo) | Untitled from the series “Ici on Crève” | Paint and pigment on wood panel, 2008-present, 30cm x 32cm

Exhibiting Artists: Aimé Mpane (D.R.Congo) | Jeanine Cohen

A35 Paci contemporary BRESCIA Via Trieste 48 25121 Brescia Italy T + 39 030 2906352 F + 39 030 2906352 M + 39 348 7617028 info@pacicontemporary.com www.pacicontemporary.com

Teun Hocks | Untitled n. 226 Cibachrome print from digitally coloured black and white negative, 2008, 92cm x 125.7cm

Exhibiting Artists: Michal Macku | Sandy Skoglund | Teun Hocks

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B39 PATRAJDAS Contemporary PHILADELPHIA 51 N. 3rd, #202 Philadelphia, PA 19106 USA T + 1 312 226 3444 aeh@patrajdas.com www.patrajdas.com

Kate MacDowell | Quiet as a Mouse Installation includes 13 unique pieces hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, size variable

Exhibiting Artists: Scott Ashley | Jordan Eagles | Kate MacDowell | Sang-Sik Hong

B05 Plataforma Arte Contemporáneo MÉXICO Av. México 3265 Colonia Vallarta San Jorge Guadalajara, CP 44690 México T + 52 33 36 30 62 60 info@plataformagaleria.com.mx www.plataformagaleria.com.mx

Rubén Méndez | Fayuca Oil on canvas, metal, lamps, electrical installation, plastic and fabric with zipper, 2011, 220cm x 300cm

Exhibiting Artists: Cristian Franco | Rubén Méndez | Daniel Monroy | Emanuel Tovar

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D08 Program / In Situ WARSAW

Gen. Andersa Str. 13 00-201 Warsaw Poland T + 48 511 17 65 63 T + 48 502 081 491 galeria@artprogram.pl www.fpsw.org www.insitu.pl

Janusz Bałdyga | Marked places Performance, East Gallery, Lodz, 2006

Exhibiting Artists: Contexts by In Situ: Janusz Bałdyga | Ryszard Piegza | Józef Robakowski, Zygmunt Rytka | Zbigniew Warpechowski | Krzysztof ZarÐbski | Young by Program: Aleksandra Czerniawska | Marcin Łuczkowski | Maess | Michał Szuszkiewicz | Mariusz Tarkawian

A14 PX Photography NEW YORK

57 East 11th Street New York, NY 10003 USA T + 1 917 544 9606 F + 1 212 979 5381 info@pxphotography.org www.pxphotography.org

Thomas Jorion | Timeless Islands Projector Photography

Exhibiting Artists: Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt | Thomas Jorion

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A43 R.Michelson Galleries NORTHAMPTON 132 Main Street Northampton, MA 01060 USA T + 1 413 586 3964 F + 1 413 587 9811 RM@RMichelson.com www.RMichelson.com

Leonard Nimoy | Secret Selves - Aimee Photography, 71.5" x 59.5", Edition of 3

Exhibiting Artists: Leonard Nimoy

B26 RARE Gallery NEW YORK

547 W 27 Street | No. 514 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 646 339 6050 raregallery@earthlink.net www.rare-gallery.com

SMITHBEATTY (Craig Smith & Colin Beatty) | Firesale (.38 Glock Deconstruction I) | Digital C-Print face-mounted to UV-Plexi, Edition of 10, 2011, 40" x 60"

Exhibiting Artists: Daphne Arthur | Maya Brodsky | SMITHBEATTY (Craig Smith & Colin Beatty) EXHIBITORS

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H04 Red Truck Gallery NEW ORLEANS New Orleans, LA USA T + 1 504 231 6760 F + 1 734 428 1007 noah@redtruckgallery.com www.redtruckgallery.com

Jason D'Aquino | Attack of the 50ft Woman Graphite/chalk on vintage matchbook, 1" x 2"

Exhibiting Artists: Andres Basurto | Jason D'Aquino

A39 Robert Fontaine Gallery MIAMI 175 N.W. 23rd Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 397 8530 robert@robertfontainegallery.com www.robertfontainegallery.com

Simon Thompson | TWAT Screenprint, Edition 2/3, 24" x 24"

Exhibiting Artists: Troy Abbott | C. Finley | Nick Gentry | Oliver Malin | Stella Mouzi | Mark Paron | Penny | Tina La Porta | Michelle Rogers | Scott Snyder | Simon Thompson

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A08 ROLF ART BUENOS AIRES

1661 Cucha Cucha C1416CJK, Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 9 (11) 156 0926624 C + 54 (351) 155 339904 info@rolfart.com.ar www.rolfart.com.ar

Ananke Asseff | S/T (Corrimientos) photography, 2011, 199cm x 127cm, Edition size 1/5 + 1AP

Exhibiting Artists: Graciela Sacco | Gabriel Valansi | Ananke Asseff | Marcelo Brodsky | Marcos Acosta

C05 SALON VERT LONDON

21 Park Square East Regent's Park London NW1 4LH UK T + 44 (0)20 7486 1760 info@salon-vert.com www.salon-vert.com

Lucy Liu | Totem Bronze, 2011, 100" x 33" x 25", Edition of 8

Exhibiting Artists: Lucy Liu | Oleg Tistol | Nicola Savic | Antonio Riello | Steve Rosenthal | James Hopkins | Margarita Trushina EXHIBITORS

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E29 Sloan Fine Art NEW YORK

New York, NY USA T + 1 212 477 1140 alix@sloanfineart.com info@sloanfineart.com www.sloanfineart.com

Aaron Smith | Buck Oil on panel, 2011, 28" x 24"

Exhibiting Artists: Aaron Smith | Elizabeth McGrath | Eric FInzi | Marion Peck | Mia Brownell | Nicole Etienne

B15 sweet home private art space BERLIN Bergmannstrasse 54 10961 Berlin Germany T + 0049 30 61621019 C + 0049 170 9473004 mail@sweethome-privateartspace.com www.sweethome-privateartspace.com

Giulia Palombino | Head Leg Vagina Mixed media on canvas, 2009, 47cm x 60cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ansgar Skiba | Giulia Palombino | Jonny Star | Mechtild van Ahlers | Michal Dudek | Zipora Rafaelov 97

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H01 The Arts Fund SAN FRANCISCO

100 Pine Street, Floor 27 San Francisco, CA 94111 USA T + 1 321 693 7121 jlinkous@artsfund.com www.artsfund.com

Robert Christian Malmberg | Television in Puddle, Jackson, WY | Ferrotype, Mammoth Plate, 11" x 14"

Exhibiting Artists: LEBO | Mindy Linkous | Robert Christian Malmberg

D19 Timothy Yarger Fine Art BEVERLY HILLS 354 N. Bedford Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210 USA T + 1 310 278 4400 F + 1 310 278 6771 info@yargerfineart.com www.yargerfineart.com

Louise Nevelson | Mirror Shadow XXXXIII Sculpture, wood painted black, 1987, 56" x 93" x 16"

Exhibiting Artists: Louise Nevelson | Lori Hyland | Chris Fox | Robert Schefman | Yossi Gorvin | Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez EXHIBITORS

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E34 Turner Carroll Gallery SANTA FE 725 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA T + 1 505 986 9800 F + 1 505 986 5027 info@turnercarrollgallery.com www.turnercarrollgallery.com

Hung Liu | Foward, Forward Mixed media on panel, 41" x 72.5"

Exhibiting Artists: Squeak Carnwath | Judy Chicago | John Henry | Hung Liu | Deborah Oropallo | Kate Petley | Alan Rath | Rex Ray | Rusty Scruby | Eric Zener | Wanxin Zhang

A33 Unix Fine Art LONDON

23 Beauchamp Place London, SW3NH1 UK T + 1 305 606 5590 daniela@unixfineart.com www.unixfineart.com

Maximilian Wiedeman | What you put in is what you get out | Handcrafted coffin made of wood including pills, dollar bills, bullets, condoms and razor bladesspraypaint, 2011, 210cm x 90cm x 55cm

Exhibiting Artists: Maximilian Wiedeman | Shepard Fairey

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B41 Varnish Fine Art SAN FRANCISCO

16 Jessie St. #C120 San Francisco, CA 94105 USA T + 1 415 433 4400 q@varnishfineart.com www.varnishfineart.com

Jennybird Alcantara | Reviving Ophelia Oil on Panel, 2011, 63" x 43"

Exhibiting Artists: Jennybird Alcantara | Ron Garrigues | Chris Mars | Isabel Samaras | Chuck Sperry

F05 Waltman Ortega Fine Art MIAMI | PARIS 2238 NW 1st Place Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 576 5335 info@waltmanortega.com www.waltmanortega.com

Tali Amitai-Tabib | Odelia “Lomo” series, C-print, 2010, 22" x 30" Edition of 6

Exhibiting Artists: Tali Amitai-Tabib | Jean-Pierre Attal | François Bard | Jorge Enrique | Toma Jankowski | Jonathan Huxley | Noart | Aleix Plademunt EXHIBITORS

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C16 Waterhouse & Dodd NEW YORK 104 Greene Street New York, NY 10012 USA T + 1 212 226 3000 newyork@waterhousedodd.com www.waterhousedodd.com

Dylan Graham | Ad Astra Per Aspera Hand cut archival paper, 2010, 57" x 115"

Exhibiting Artists: Dylan Graham | Karen Gunderson | Miru Kim | Norman Mooney | Jade Oakley | Jean-Francois Rauzier | Michael Snape

B33 White Walls SAN FRANCISCO 835 Larkin Street San Francisco, CA 94109 USA T + 1 415 931 1500 justin@whitewallssf.com www.whitewallssf.com In collaboration with Montana Colors Blek le Rat | Mona Lisa With Spray Can Spray Paint and Acrylic on Linen, 2011, 78" x 78"

Exhibiting Artists: ABOVE | APEX | Blek le Rat | Casey Gray | EINE | Greg Gossel | Kofie | ROA

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A12 Witzenhausen Gallery AMSTERDAM Hazenstraat 60 1016 SR Amsterdam The Netherlands T + 31 (0)20 644 98 98 F + 31 (0)20 644 9612 amsterdam@witzenhausengallery.nl reinier@witzenhausengallery.nl www.witzenhausengallery.nl

Flokje van Lith | Eyes of Innocence-Sera, 2011 Ultrachrome Print, 80cm x 80cm, Edition of 8

Exhibiting Artists: Jeff Robb | Hendrik Kerstens | Annemarie Busschers | Roland Schimmel | Flokje van Lith

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Argentine Galleries 713 Arte Contemporáneo Consorcio De Arte del infinito arte ELSI DEL RIO GACHI PRIETO GALLERY JARDÍN OCULTO galerÍa PABELLÓN 4 Contemporary Art Ro Galería de Arte

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H05 713 Arte Contemporáneo BUENOS AIRES Defensa 713 San Telmo, C1065AAM Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4362 7331 info@arte713.com www.arte713.com

Estanislao Florido | La Ciudad Perdida Installation, oil on paper and video, 2011

Exhibiting Artists: Estanislao Florido

H05 Consorcio De Arte BUENOS AIRES Guido 1566 C1016ACG Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4816 4524 info@consorciodearte.com.ar www.consorciodearte.com.ar

María Bedoian | Untitled (Cactus Series) Wall installation. Pieces made out of plexi-glass and vinyl laser cut and paint, 2009, 12" x 24" x 1" approx.

Exhibiting Artists: María Bedoian

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H05 del infinito arte BUENOS AIRES

Av. Quintana 325 PB C1014ACD Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4813 8828 T + 54 11 4815 5699 galeria@delinfinito.com www.delinfinito.com.ar

Carolina Antoniadis | Ofelia Acrylic and Lacquer on canvas, 2011, 173cm x 206cm

Exhibiting Artists: Carolina Antoniadis

H05 ELSI DEL RIO BUENOS AIRES

Humboldt 1510 Palermo, C1414CTN Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4899 0171 info@elsidelrio.com.ar www.elsidelrio.com.ar

JosĂŠ Luis Anzizar | Series: Urban Bird Watching Collage on paper, 2009, 40cm x 28cm

Exhibiting Artists: Jose Luis Anzizar

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H05 GACHI PRIETO GALLERY BUENOS AIRES Uriarte 1976 Palermo C1414 Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4774 6961 info@gachiprietogallery.com www.gachiprietogallery.com

Andrés Waissman | El origen del desamparo / The Multitudes Series | Painting, 2010, 165cm x 130cm

Exhibiting Artists: Andrés Waissman

H05 JARDÍN OCULTO galería BUENOS AIRES Venezuela 926 San Telmo, C1095AAT Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4343 0179 C + 54 15 3407 7991 jardinoculto@gmail.com www.jardinocultogaleria.com

Jorge Gumier Maier | Untitled Painting, 2001, 70cm x 110cm

Exhibiting Artists: Jorge Gumier Maier

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H05 PABELLÓN 4 Contemporary Art BUENOS AIRES Uriarte 1332 Palermo C1414DAL Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4772 8745 C + 54 11 4779 2654 galeria@pabellon4.com www.pabellon4.com

Paula Otegui | Let’s take a walk Acrílic on canvas, 2011, 150cm x 150cm

Exhibiting Artists: Paula Otegui

H05 Ro Galería de Arte BUENOS AIRES

Paraná 1158 C1018ADD Buenos Aires, Argentina T + 54 11 4815 6467 rogaleria@roart.com.ar www.roart.com.ar

Camilo Guinot | S/T (explotion) Mixed media, 2010, 120cm x 82cm

Exhibiting Artists: Camilo Guinot

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