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Table of Contents Fair Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2012 Video Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Special Exhibitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Exhibiting Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Index of Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Index of Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185


Fair Information


Letter from Director On behalf of the ownership team of Art Miami LLC, I would like to welcome you to the 23rd edition of Art Miami, the City of Miami’s premiere international and contemporary art fair and the inaugural CONTEXT Art Miami Fair, featuring the finest emerging and cutting-edge galleries from around the globe. With the combination of Art Miami’s 125 exhibiting galleries and CONTEXT Art Miami’s 65 exhibiting galleries, we have transformed the Midtown Wynwood Arts District into a mini art city, featuring 190 galleries from 21 countries, within 250,000 square feet of curated indoor and outdoor exhibition space connected by a fantastic outdoor café and lounge. Art Miami and CONTEXT are honored to have kicked off the 2012 edition of Art Week on Tuesday, Dec. 4, with its annual can’t miss VIP Preview benefiting the Miami Art Museum (MAM), reopening as Pérez Art Museum Miami in a new, Herzog & de Meuron-designed facility next year. We are extremely proud and excited to be affiliated with the important international institution. Please visit MAM while you are in Miami. Our participating galleries, recognizing the stature and importance of our fairs, have saved the very best for you, our audience, to enjoy and acquire. They have worked hard throughout the year to be a part of our art fairs that are unique in approach, quality, ambience and overall extremely different from any other art fair in Miami. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the dedicated CONTEXT Dealer Selection Committee for all of their hard work and efforts in the vetting of all applicants. Thank you Leigh Conner, Jamie Smith, Alberto Magnan, Dara Metz, Robert Mann, Nina Menocal, Bernice Steinbaum, Sandra Gering and Michael Lyons Weir. There are many highlights to enjoy at this years fairs, so please take you time and make sure you take the time to enjoy the following: CONTEXT will have the privilege of featuring seven Berlin-based contemporary galleries that have been selected by a panel of expert curators and art critics. “ART FROM BERLIN,” presented by the Galleries Association of Berlin (LVBG), is officially supported by the State of Berlin and the European Union (EU) and will feature the Berlin Lounge, presented by Haus am Waldsee. Art Miami and CONTEXT will also present solo exhibitions by participating galleries, specially curated by Julia Draganovic, Claudia Loffelholz and Elena Forin of LaRete Art Projects, along with Nicholas Cohn of Nicholas Cohn Art Projects, in public indoor and outdoor spaces. CONTEXT’s New Media Lounge will present a carefully selected group of works sourced from museums, private collections and art institutions across Europe and the United States, showcasing the latest developments in video art by renowned artists. The special exhibition, “Banksy Out Of CONTEXT,” presented in conjunction with photo-sharing platform I PXL U, will consist of five wall reliefs equaling six-and-a-half-tons in weight, each featuring an iconic stencil from one of the world’s most irreverent graffiti artists. The display of these important, privately owned and not-for-sale works form part of an ongoing debate about the ethics and importance of showing ‘site-specific’ street art outside of its original context.


Art Miami will also present a very special exhibition “Soul from Seoul” highlighting the singular culture of Korea, curated by Bernice Steinbaum and featuring a carefully selected array of contemporary art works, ceramics, traditional items such as ornate chests and sterling silver tea services and informal modeling of the unique Korean native dress, the hanbok.    Art Miami’s outdoor exhibition highlights also include Peter Anton’s experiential “Sugar and Gomorrah,” presented by Arcature Fine Art, the world’s first art installation in which the viewer journeys in a reworked carnival ride through a modern interpretation of the destruction of a Sodom and Gomorrah-like world, where provocative sensual imagery and larger-than-life sugary treats mix. Art Miami, CONTEXT, the City of Miami and the Midtown Wynwood Arts District continue to work together as partners to reinforce Miami as an international marketplace and mecca for the arts year round. We are very grateful to all of our constituents in the city and the district for their continued support and for ensuring all our guests are well received. I would like to personally thank our dedicated staff, Host Committee, sponsors, vendors and volunteers who have all helped to spread the news and create the success of Art Miami and our newest addition CONTEXT Art Miami. We especially thank London-based Christie’s International Real Estate the Official Luxury Real Estate Partner for Art Miami and CONTEXT and Kimpton’s EPIC Hotel, Miami’s top rated waterfront hotel, our Official Luxury Hotel Partner, I PXL U; LaRete Art Projects and Art From Berlin. This year we are also pleased to have The Buoniconti Fund as a beneficiary and hope you will visit their stand to learn more about the extraordinary work the fund supports with The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and meet internationally acclaimed Chinese artist Ma Desheng who himself has been helped by the Miami Project. Ma will display his latest works to benefit The Miami Project which is today the world’s most comprehensive spinal cord injury research center and a designated Center of Excellence at the University of Miami Miller School Of Medicine. Thank you for attending and I hope that you enjoy both Art Miami and CONTEXT. We wish you all a happy holiday season and New Year. We look forward to seeing you back for the second edition of Art Wynwood scheduled for President’s Day Weekend February 14-18, 2013. Sincerely,

Nick Korniloff Director/ Partner Art Miami


2012 Host Committee Doug & Dale Anderson Sara Arison Ricky Arriola Oscar & Ana Barbara Elena Baronoff Ted & Ruth Baum Jeff & Yolanda Berkowitz Richard Bermont Carlos Betancourt Susanne Birbragher Nelson Blitz Monika BĂśhm-FandiĂąo Norman & Irma Braman Seth Browarnick Henry Buhl Anthony Burns Tom & Vivian Cabrerizo Miachael Capponi Adam & Chanin Carlin Dan & Tina Carlo Jack Cayre Michael Cayre Bill & Juliean Charouhis Ali Codina Clo & Charles S. Cohen Joel & Rita Cohen Thom Collins Ugo & Sara Columbo Dean Colson Ugo & Sara Columbo Xavier Cortada Carlos & Rosa de la Cruz Cathy Corte Carol Damien Joe & Sissy De Maria Beth Rudin De Woody Gil & Lorena Dezer Johanna Dichand Eddie Dominguez Brian Dursum Mike & Margaret Eidson Eric & Liz Feder John & Lauren Genovese

Christina Getty-Maercks Peter & Kelly Gold Thea Goldman Tony & Janet Goldman Brett Graff Alejandro Grimaldi Leticia Grendene Ron & Fran Green Martin & Audrey Gruss Heinrich Von Hanau Austin & Sarah Harrelson Hadley Henriette Michele & Lawrence Herbert Katherine Hinds Sam Hollander Jeff & Linda Howard Iran Issa-Kahn Esther Jackson Anthony Japour Nina Johnson Mike & Terri Josephs Urban Karlsson Loren Kreiss Israel & Tova Kreps Alicia Cervera Lamadrid Julio & Pilar Larraz Michael Lewis & Carmen Betancourt Lewis Caroline Lieberman David Lombardi Martin Margulies Michael Margulies Keith Menin Mickey & Maureen Meyers Alexander Mijares Juan Montoya Marvin & Elayne Mordes Allen Morris Tom & Leslie Murphy Gary Nadar Erin Newberg Chad Oppenheim Chris Paciello

Miguel Paredes Phyllis Pesaturo Carlos & Ivette Planas Earl & Christy Powell Luis & Norma Quintero Megan Riley Sam Robin Craig Robins Teresa Rodriguez-Oquendo Donald & Mira Rubell Jason & Michelle Rubell Gernot Schaffler Lee Brian Schrager Richard & Ruth Shack Jean & Marin Shafiroff Ron & Anita Shuffield Ken & Kathy Smuts Jill Spalding Leann Standish Rosa Sugranes Kenneth & Amy Sussman John Uribe & Nancy Rierson Ahmed Riesgo Marty & Cricket Taplin Marissa Toccin Michael Toccin Neil & Suzy Useden Alvaro & Ana Varela Luis & Evelyn Villanueva Jeffrey & Debi Wechsler Alan Weisberg & Denise Courshon Walid & Susie Wahab Leslie Wolfson Josh Wollowick Fernando Wong Frank & Mary Young


Fair Hours Tuesday, December 4 VIP Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30pm - 10:00pm Benefiting Miami Art Museum GENERAL ADMISSION: Wednesday, December 5, . . . . . . . . . . . . Thursday, December 6, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday, December 7, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, December 8, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday, December 9, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Location The CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion Midtown | Wynwood Arts District 3201 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137

11:00am - 7:00pm 11:00am - 7:00pm 11:00am - 9:00pm 11:00am - 7:00pm 11:00am - 6:00pm


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Acknowledgements We would like to express our gratitude and sincere appreciation to the many individuals and organizations that have contributed to the success of CONTEXT 2012: City of Miami City of Miami Beach, Cultural Arts Council Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau Mayor’s office of Film and Cultural Affairs Miami Beach Convention Center Miami-Dade County Dept. of Cultural Affairs Mike Tansey Jennifer Simonson Brian Tyler Kathy Tyler Nick Korniloff Pamela J. Cohen Tom Backscheider Julia Draganovic Claudia Loffelholz Elena Forin Grela Orihuela Anemone Vostell Mindy Liu Louise Courtney Molly Bisceglia Ron Shuffield Rick Moeser Amanda Dunn Gayla Germain Lisa Twyman Bessone Monique Sofo Israel Kreps Caroline Underwood Christie’s International Real Estate Leann Standish Thom Collins Tracy Belcher Emily Harrison Lisa Merritt Julie Wright Miami Art Museum Alexandra Fairweather Sarah Mirmelli Jilian Sanz Manuel Benitez Stephan Keszler Robin Barton Nicole Benson Tracey Thomas Juan Montoya Urban Karlsson Nicholas Cohn Rebecca O’Leary Leigh Conner Jamie Smith Nina Menocal Robert Mann

Dara Metz Alberto Magnan Bernice Steinbaum Michael Lyons Wier Sandra Gering Michael Quigly Alexander Kushner Dustin Kushner Rick Bailey Jonathan Fossum Graziano Sbroggio Mariana Donadoni Carlo Donadoni Eunique Fowler Eric Jellison Denise Leon EPIC Hotel Robert Evans Andrew Bugsby Ozzie Herrera Ron Rogers Carol Damian Brian Dursum Richard Curran Sr Richard Curran Jr Aaron Smith Andy Rosditsky Tim Smith Andy Fydryszewski John Dermody Kay Mitchell Robert Shekon John Riley John F.K. Walsh Brian Facquet Jennifer Fleites PERMINAK Consulting Kristen Humphrey Henry Blundel Alexander Drury Dr. Lee Friedman Magda Stark Sandro Padilla Alain Perez Maggie Dominguez Arthur Henderson Deborah Samuels Cathy Brewer Gene Diordana Pablo Oliveira Gabrielle HB Abada Patrick Abada Retta Logan Bill Logan Anthony Badala Jim Clark David Lombardi

David Gursky Heineken Bootlegger 21 NY Vodka Spuntino Catering Art Solutions Kushner Moving Group Adele Lorenzo Jodie diNapoli Carlos Rodriquez Larry Ross Barbara Edwards Holly Davis Debbie Oliver College of Arts and Sciences University of Miami Murray Telvi Lise Drost Gerry Melendez Mingyar Maya Glenn Gutheil Developers Diversified Realty Michael Spring Christina Tassy-Beauvoir Gerry Landreth Mike McLaney Andrea Peterson Alfredo Cubina Mark Neptune Joanne Mattera Sharon Butler Xavier Cortada Andy Aramburo Jennifer Fleites Tanya Bravo Eunique Fowler Societe Perrier Marc Buoniconti Stephanie Sayfie Aagaard Zulema Roca Liana Perez Veken Gueyikian Edward Callaghan John Wegorzewski John Taylor Tony Goldman Steve & Shari Ashman Sandy Silver Missy Kaolin Alex Vadia John Hood Paul Pebley BANKSY Jonathan Fossum Brad Allen Peter Anton Susana Baker Tammy Simpson


2012 Art Video Program


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Said Atabekov, Janet Biggs, Gerard Byrne, Ann Carlson and Mary Ellen Strom, Eli Cortiñas, Wilson Diaz, Lara Glusman, Oded Hirsch, Yasumasa Morimura and Markus Schinwald. A video show curated by Julia Draganovic and Claudia Löffelholz – LaRete Art Projects – for CONTEXT Art Miami


Shifting, turning and spinning like a carousel over time, did questioning gender really begin with the suffragettes at the end of the 19th century? Did men constantly need to change their ideas about the “fair sex” just because women demanded their right to vote and became increasingly more independent and self-organized? Who takes care of the children and the household? Who leaves the house to earn money? Who drives the car? Who receives the best education? Who runs the companies, political parties or governments? Who needs help or to be supported? Who seduces and who courts whom? Only a century ago, when the roles of men and women were clearly assigned, these were not questions. Who would have imagined a at that time, that the New York Times would state that men could be considered the “weaker sex” in 2006?! Nowadays it seems to be more and more difficult to define one’s own gender “position” due to the extended freedom of choice open to both sexes, and not just in the Western world.

Boys or girls? Who cares?! presents a series of more and less stereotypical views on gender roles, some of them slightly updated, modified or even completely shattered in a way that, finally, might question the relevance of gender affiliation in itself.

Julia Draganovic and Claudia Löffelholz – LaRete Art Projects

CONTEXT Art Miami together with Julia Draganovic and Claudia Löffelholz – LaRete Art Projects would like to thank all the participating artists and lenders and Lisa Baldelli, Kaia Black, Laura Bulian, Cornelia Brüggemann, Leigh Connor, Manuel de Santaren, Marie-Noëlle Farcy, Claudia Fini, Jeremy Flick, Anna-Lena Gugger, Kay Heymer, Filippo Maggia, Heike Munder, Liz Munsell, Inge Maruyama, Viktor Neumann, Todd Smith, Barbara Til, Jairo Valenzuela, Patrick Waldo, Beat Wismer, Judith Welter.

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Boys and girls, we are in trouble! Girls like the handsome, confident, strong male with a sculpted physique, ready to be their stay-at-home husband. Boys go for the fragile beauty that longs for their protection, and yet she should of course stand her ground at work. The ideas of a competitive male and caring female are beginning to erode along with other previously considered anthropological constants. It is not only social and the economic systems that are overturning more or less slowly, but inexorably. Desires, erotic dreams and standards of beauty are as well in constant shift.


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Said Atabekov: Battle for the Square. Courtesy of Centro Videoinsight®, Turin, Italy.

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Said Atabekov: “Battle for the Square” 2009, One channel video. 4’15’’.


Said Atabekov’s Battle for the Square shows a black and white close-up view of a chaotic clash of horsemen. Riders and horses blend into each other, competing for the trophy in a circling warlike-dance. This scene documents the Kokpar, a traditional Kazakh game played on horseback in which two teams contend violently with each other to gain control over a headless goat or sheep. The picture seems to be in an ancestral setting, but it is really a contemporary market. The local, historical game becomes a metaphor, evoking symbols of globalization, for any kind of violent struggle between men and the cult of competition, leadership and success. “The artist turns these images into an epic metaphor of the age-old human confrontation, which nevertheless has a highly pressing significance. What is represented here is a neoliberal market ideology that has encroached on this territory, with its apologia of competition and the cult of success, which Atabekov displays as a return to brutal archaics.” (Victor Misiano)

Creator of the Videoinsight® Collection, Rebecca Luciana Russo is a clinical psychologist and contemporary art collector. The Collection comprises contemporary art works with high psychological meaning and evaluative or psychotherapeutic potential. In 2010 she founded the Videoinsight® Center in Turin, Italy as an open space with the aim of bringing out insights from the psychological interaction with contemporary art. In other words, they want to raise a transformative and evolutionary awareness stemming from the vision of the artwork itself. The Center functions in various capacities: a space for intellectual and emotional exchange in the here and now, a think-tank generating ideas and creating shared meanings, a creative laboratory that stimulates a conscious and evolved process of psychological innovation, and an experimental observatory of artistic experiences. The Videoinsight® Method developed by Rebecca Russo is innovative and unique. The Method presents a theoretical and clinical model of psychological evaluation and therapy performed using selected artistic images. In 2011 she published “Videoinsight®. Healing with Contemporary Art” (Silvana Editoriale, Milan) and in 2012 “The Videoinsight® Method” (ePub, postmedia books, Milan). www.videoinsight.it

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Said Atabekov (1965, Besterek village, Uzbekistan) is one of the most important artists in Central Asia. His work has been exhibited at the Laura Bulian Gallery, the Prague Biennial 2003, Istanbul Biennial 2005, Media Art Biennial Los Angeles 2006, Photoquai Biennial Paris 2009, Muhka Museum Antwerp 2009, New Museum in New York 2011 and the Venice Biennial in 2005, 2007 and 2011. He won the Prince Claus Fund, Netherlands in 2011. His works are part of important private and public collections in the world, including Vehbi Koc Foundation in Istanbul, Turkey and the Mart Museum, Rovereto, Italy.


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Janet Biggs: Brightness All Around. Courtesy of Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa (FL), USA.

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Brightness All Around is the last part of Janet Bigg’s Arctic Trilogy, a body of work that came out of two expeditions to the Arctic Circle in which the artist participated. Biggs is known for her videos documenting challenging acts of endurance or risky working or leisure practices and for transforming these experiences into unique works of art. It has been said that filming these subjects requires almost as much courage and endurance as doing them. The main protagonist of this video is Linda Norberg, a petite blond who spends her lonesome work days in the darkness of a coal mine deep beneath the eternal ice. Biggs portrays her from dusk until dawn, from her morning preparation with make-up and accessories to her drilling and bolting of a new underground cave. All throughout she is accompanied only by the deafening noise of her machinery and the solitary light of her headlamp. The harsh working conditions in this rough part of the world are juxtaposed by interventions of New York singer Bill Coleman with his seductive, but slightly threatening performance: “Biggs’ particularized genius in Part Three is to play Norberg’s femi-sensual machismo off of Coleman’s macho gayness, in which he rolls his eyes and body to pinwheel proportions.” (Charly Finch, Artnet)

The Tampa Museum of Art opened its new award-winning home in 2010 with a commitment to providing innovative public programs with a strong focus on modern and contemporary art. The Museum balances a growing collection with a dynamic annual schedule of special exhibitions. It is the region’s largest museum devoted to art of our time and has built a reputation for embracing contemporary photography and new media. Since 2010, the Museum has featured solo exhibitions of Jesper Just, Janet Biggs and Leo Villareal and has showcased important holdings from such international renowned collections as the Hadley Martin Fisher and Martin Z. Margulies Collections. Additionally, the Museum has presented such modern masters as internally curated exhibitions of Henri Matisse and Edgar Degas. The Museum commissioned Leo Villareal to create a signature light installation on the its facade. Titled “Sky (Tampa)”, the work is a 14,000-square-foot LED installation and has become an iconic image for Tampa. www.tampamuseum.org

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Focusing primarily on video, New York-based Janet Biggs has been featured in solo exhibitions at the Musee d’art contemporain de Montréal; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; Tampa Museum of Art; Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; and Mint Museum of Art. Her work is in museum collections including the Tampa Museum of Art; The High Museum; the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; Mint Museum of Art; and the Gibbes Museum of Art. Reviews of her work have appeared in The New York Times, the New Yorker, ArtForum, ARTNews, Art in America, and Flash Art. Biggs is represented by CONNERSMITH., Washington, DC.


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Gerard Byrne: Hommes Homme à Femmes (Michel Debrane). Courtesy of Collection MUDAM Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg.

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Gerard Byrne: “Homme à Femmes (Michel Debrane)” 2004, Video projection. 38’. © Gerard Byrne


Homme à Femmes (Michel Debrane) is part of a broader research by Gerard Byrne focused on a collective amnesia in cultural history. In his previous projects, Byrne staged re-enactments of conversations drawn from popular magazines from the 1970s and 1980s. We get to see what was once part of everyday culture, but has since changed or disappeared entirely. In Homme à Femmes (Michel Debrane) French actor Michel Debrane performs as Jean-Paul Sartre in an interview conducted by a young post ’68 feminist journalist called Catherine Chaîne and originally published in Nouvel Observateur in 1977. Thoroughly scrutinized by the camera’s eye and surrounded by the noise of the camera team, we watch Michel Debrane thirty years later interrogated by a distant female voice. The actor obviously struggles to put himself in the place of the aging French philosopher as he looks back at the different relationships he had cultivated with the “women of his life”. Gerard Byrne was born in 1969 in Dublin and lives there. His solo exhibitions have included the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2011), the Renaissance Society, Chicago (2011), the ICA, Boston (2008), the Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen (2008), the Kunstverein Düsseldorf (2007), and the Frankfurter Kunstverein (2003). Byrne has participated in the Biennale di Venezia (2011, 2007), the Biennale of Sydney (2008), and Manifesta 4 (2002).

www.mudam.lu

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Mudam - Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg is the foremost museum dedicated to contemporary art in Luxembourg. Its collection and program reflect current artistic trends and appreciate the emergence of new artistic practices on a national and international scale. The cultural project of Mudam is based on a conception of art seen at a poetical distance from the world. It aims to capture not only a way of contemporary thinking, but also the aesthetic language of an era to come. The Mudam Collection bears witness to contemporary creation in all its technical and aesthetic forms, while remaining open to every other artistic discipline. The building, by Sino-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei, is a marvelous dialogue between the natural and historical environment. Standing against the vestiges of Fort Thüngen, it is rooted in the Park Dräi Eechelen (planned by landscapist Michel Desvigne) which offers magnificent views onto the old town just a short walk from the European district of Kirchberg.


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Carlson/Strom: Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg & Moore. Courtesy of Contemporary Collection of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA.

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Carlson/Strom: “Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg & Moore” 2007, Video (color, sound). Edition 3/7. 4’27’’


A collaborative work by choreographer and performer Ann Carlson and video installation artist Mary Ellen Strom, Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg & Moore blends gesture, rhythm, voice, and text in a humorous performance playing on urban masculinity through the lens of a lawyer’s day. The compelling video shows the four lawyers, John Sloss, Chet Kerr, Scott Rosenberg, and Thomas Moore, dressed in black suits and ties in a corporate setting and performing choreographed movements and vocal sequences, which oscillate between fighting, Tai Chi, dance and theater. In the beginning their stiff demeanor goes between aggressive movements and submissive bows, calling to mind scenes from Hollywood action movies, but soon they unwind into a relaxed dreamlike floating. The lawyer’s performance displays the tension between the rigorous behavior they apply in order to gain authority in court and the roles they have to play in their daily life as fathers or dog owners or simply private individuals: moments in which leadership behavior, emotional devotedness and vulnerability are more visibly intertwined. The phrases the four men recite in a choir refer to the legal practice they have to rehearse for like actors. They unveil an uncanny link between jurisdiction and deportments that are typical for a consumer society: “At first I ask for more. I always ask for more.”

MFA contemporary collection: Founded in 1870, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, has since expanded its encyclopedic holdings to nearly half a million objects. Today its programming attracts over one million visitors a year. In September of 2011 the MFA unveiled seven galleries dedicated to the contemporary collections in the newly designated Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, housed in the fully renovated 1981 building designed by I. M. Pei. The wing’s transformation resulted in approximately 21,250 square feet of space dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art in all forms. A rich diversity of over 200 works is presented throughout the wing at any one time. Installations rotate regularly, and feature internationally recognized artists from the collection, including: El Anatsui, Lynda Benglis, Mark Bradford, Carlson/Strom, Cerith Wyn Evans, Ori Gersht, Mona Hatoum, Jenny Holzer, Sheila Hicks, Eva Hild, Wendy Jacob, Matthew Day Jackson, Jun Kaneko, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Christian Marclay, Josiah McElheny, Ana Mendieta, Sigmar Polke, Ken Price, Doris Salcedo, Timorous Beasties, Anne Truitt, Kara Walker, Andy Warhol, Fred Wilson, and Betty Woodman, among others. The Museum purchased Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg, & Moore by Carlson/Strom with funds provided by Robert and Jane Burke, Davis and Carol Noble, Steven Rogowski and the New England Artist Fund 2008.119. www.mfa.org

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Ann Carlson and Mary Ellen Strom began working collaboratively in the early 1990s to create video and performance art together as Carlson/Strom. The collective has been recognized for the community-engaged activism of their work, which often addresses social and political themes. Carlson is a director, choreographer, performer and conceptual artist whose work explores the boundaries between dance and choreography. Strom is a video and installation artist whose work draws on performance studies, cultural geography, and feminist and queer studies, and who directs video and media installation studies as faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


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Eli Cortiñas: Dial M for Mother. Courtesy of Collection Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf at Museum Kunstpalast, Germany.

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Eli Cortiñas: “Dial M for Mother” 2008, Two channel video. 11’ loop.

Dial M for Mother presents a collage of found footage from three films by John Cassavetes, featuring Gena Rowlands as the lead, and recorded phone conversations between the artist and her mother. The piece revolves around the search for autonomy in an unresolved conflict between mother and daughter. The combination of scenes from different films with the material of the artist’s own archive create a new narrative. Through her voice the artist’s real mother appears as the mother of the protagonist played by Gena Rowlands. Private documentation and movie-fiction intertwine: the off-screen sound adds a new layer to the on-screen elements and creates a complex interplay that reflects the intricacy of the mother-daughter relationship. The two-channel projection forces the viewer to constantly switch from one scene to the other, mixing sound and image to create perpetually new stories. Eli Cortiñas, born 1976 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, studied at the European Film College in Denmark and the Academy of Media Art in Cologne. She was nominated for the German Short-film Prize for Experimental Film (2008) and received the Supporting Award of the State of NRW for Media Arts (2009) as well as recently the Karl SchmidtRottluff Grant (2012). In 2012 Cortińas participated at III Moscow Biennale for Young


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Art in Moscow, Les Rencontres Internationales in Beirut, Madrid and Paris, at the 58th International Short-film Festival Oberhausen as well as at the Experimental Competition of 20th Durtas Vila Do Conde International Film Festival in Portugal. Her works have been exhibited in institutions such as Castrum Peregrin in Amsterdam (2012), Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen (2011) and Museum Ludwig in Cologne (2010). Collection Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf at Museum Kunstpalast In 2008, the Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf - the major private bank of the City - and Museum Kunstpalast agreed to establish a collection of contemporary art that reflects the significant network of the art scene in Düsseldorf and the Rhineland. With funds by the Stadtsparkasse, more than 50 paintings, works on paper, photographs, sculptures, installations and new media works have been acquired and placed as extended loans in the collection of the museum. The artists represented belong to the most prestigious creative people active in the region. Works by Wolfgang Tillmanns, Thomas Schütte, Bernd Ribbeck, Alexandra Bircken, Erik van Lieshout, Juergen Staack, Rosilene Luduvico, Mañuel Graf or Tal R exemplify the high quality and diversity of this exciting collection. www.smkp.de


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Wilson Diaz: Los Rebeldes del Sur (The Rebels of the South). Courtesy of a private collection in Bogotà, Colombia.

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Wilson Diaz: “Los Rebeldes del Sur. (The Rebels of the South)” 2002, VHSC transferred on dvd. 12’.


The Rebels of the South documents an organized meeting between representatives of the Colombian government and FARC guerrillas (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia) accompanied by Colombian press and cultural operators in a so-called “distension zone.” Created by then president Andrés Pastrana, these de-militarized zones near San Vicente del Caguán of about 42 thousand square feet form a neutral no-man’s land, where Colombian law was temporarily suspended to provide an area for peace treaties and mediation. Diaz captures a moment of publicity, a concert on a stage, performed by guerillas in their combat-outfits for the press, an audience supposedly capable of spreading the word on their issues. The video shows two performances that both use traditional melodies and rhythms of the popular “vallenato” tunes from the Northern coastal regions of Colombia. In the first song the guerillas sing, dance, embrace and rock their guns to a love song, while the second song addresses their armed struggle, the poverty of their surroundings, the social issues that in their eyes justify their battle and government and paramilitary conducted massacres.

Although Wilson Diaz started as a draftsman and a painter, photography has always had a great influence on the iconography of his paintings and drawings. His relatively long carrier has always oscillated between painting and his relationship with diverse media, such as performance, installation, collage, photography and video. He has been a key figure in forming a group of artists that has opened the intrinsic problems of painting to a more complex and profound relationship to the cultural issues that structure the human condition. Thus his work is permeated by various situations and circumstances that are not associated with the “usual” facts issues that art assumes as its prime matter in traditional terms. His work explores matters, situations and media that are clearly associated with cultural aspects that have been maintained outside from any attempt to be legitimized by the hegemonic gaze.

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Although this concert was obviously performed for the press (the logo of then National Institute of Radio and Television INRAVISION is clearly to be seen in the video), Diaz’s work seems to be the only recording that has passed the threshold to a wider audience. The press recordings have never been published and in 2007 Diaz video was removed from a show in London by the then Colombian Ambassador to the UK. The world was not supposed to see these fighting men as tender, loving and suffering personalities, which expose their camouflage uniforms, outfits that serve to not be seen, in a public event. This vulnerability they decided to present was suppressed because a feminine, sensitive, weak man is not a good target for the government.


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Laura Glusman: Nado y Nada. Courtesy of Fondazione Fotografia - Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, Italy.

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Laura Glusman: “Nado y Nada” 2004, Single channel video, with sound. 2’18’’, loop.


In Nado y nada (Swim and nothing) by Laura Glusman a young woman swims with difficulty against the river current and almost disappears in the mighty movement of the rapids. The surface of the water is muddy even though it is glittering. Despite these constant and remarkable efforts, her body doesn’t move forward due to the opposing force of the current and it seems symbiotically fused with the elements. In the repetition of the looped video the figure remains a prisoner and never reaches her (unknown) destination. She is swimming against the current, an action that seems to be totally futile, but also a kind of enduring resistance. The relationship and the clash between man and nature is one of the central themes addressed by Laura Glusman: “I’m drawn towards experiencing the forces of nature and the pointless persistence of humanity to ignore them. I understand the concept of landscape not as an isolated portion of the earth to be looked at, but as a type of being that holds the traces of culture, the traces of storms, of commerce, of changes of climate. I’m fascinated by these landscapes, whether they are influenced by men or just the result of time embracing space”.

The Fondazione Fotografia is an organization promoted by the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, set up in 2007 with the aim of creating permanent collections of contemporary photography and artists’ videos. The collections – Italian and international – have been put together through a series of works by both established and emerging artists, paying particular attention to those artists who are currently consolidating their position in the art world. The collection currently includes about 900 works by over 160 artists, among them Nobuyoshi Araki, Olivo Barbieri, Yael Bartana, Gabriele Basilico, David Goldblatt, Daido Moriyama, Walter Niedermayr, Roman Ondák, Adrian Paci, Raghubir Singh, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Yang Fudong, Robert Frank, Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander. Alongside the photography collection, a video library is also being put together, currently featuring more than 90 interviews with some of the artists present in the collection. As well as its exhibition activities, ample space is also given over to teaching and training: in particular, in 2011 Fondazione Fotografia started a Master of Fine Arts in Imaging Arts – Photography, an innovative teaching course held on an international level, aimed at those who have chosen photography and video as their main media. www.fondazionefotografia.it

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Laura Glusman was born in Rosario in northern Argentina in 1971. She took up photography at an early age and learned her craft at numerous workshops in her own country and elsewhere, including a one-year course at the New York International Center of Photography in 2000. Her work has been presented in numerous art galleries and institutions, both in Argentina and abroad, among them the Centro Cultural España Juan de Salazar in Asunción (Paraguay), the OK Center for Contemporary Art in Linz, 2011, the Centro Cultural in São Paulo, the Akademie der Künste in Berlin, the Boston Center for the Arts, 2010, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, in Argentina, 2009, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, 2009, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago de Chile, 2007.


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Oded Hirsch: 50 Blue. Courtesy of the collection of Robert D. Bielecki, New York, USA.

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Oded Hirsch: “50 Blue” 2009, One channel video. 13’ 08”.


In 50 Blue a young man (the artist’s brother Eli) pushes an elderly disabled man (the artist’s father Yoel) in a wheel chair through a muddy landscape. It is a long and exhausting trip to an unknown destination that the viewer only discovers at the end. After an arduous struggle the two arrive at the edge of a grey lake where a 10-meter high guard tower stands. The young man ties the wheel chair to a rope and hoists the old man up on the tower platform with the help of eight men, all dressed in yellow plastic raincoats. We see the father watching the grey horizon of the lake, the view obstructed by a tower beam. Is this outlook really worth the long trip? 50 Blue is a video with multi-layered meanings. On the one hand, we see the value of masculine labor, even if the result does not fulfill its expectations. On the other hand, we also see an attempt to correct a distorted father-son relationship, in which a son tries (literally and figuratively) to uplift his handicapped father that he has looked down upon for his entire life.

Robert D. Bielecki is a New York based art collector with a concentration in video and new media. He serves on the Board of Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center Buffalo, is a Benefactor of Electronic Arts Intermix, and donated Kate Gilmore’s Blood From A Stone to the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. His collection includes works by Chul-Hyun Ahn, Jim Campbell, Peter Campus, Kate Gilmore, Ken Jacobs, Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese, Marck, Julian Opie, Laurel Nakadate, James Nares, Daniel Rozin, Lincoln Schatz, Oleg Tcherny, Siebren Versteeg, among many others. He actively supports a variety of art and music related projects and can be followed at FastOrbit.com.

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Oded Hirsch was born in 1976 in Kibbutz Afikim, Israel, and currently lives and works in New York. He holds an MFA in Visual Arts from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. His work was recently exhibited at Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York, and is currently on view in the 2012 Liverpool Biennial, UK. Past exhibitions include group shows at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA; the Queens Museum of Art, NY; The Ramat-Gan Museum of Art, Israel; The Jewish Museum, Munich, Germany; HVCCA, Peekskill, NY; Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX; EDS Galeria, Mexico City; and Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY. Hirsch is a recipient of the 2011 Jerome Foundation Film Grant; the 2011 Laurie Tisch Illumination Fund Production Grant; the 2010 Six Points Fellowship; the 2009 Artis Exhibition Grant; and the 2009 Foundation for Contemporary Arts’ Exhibition Grant. His work was featured and reviewed in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Village Voice, ARTFORUM, and ARTnews Magazine.


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Yasumasa Morimura: Requiem: Laugh at the dictator. Courtesy of Fondazione Fotografia - Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, Italy.

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In Laugh at the Dictator, a re-enactment of Charlie Chaplin’s parody on Adolf Hitler, we see Yasumasa Morimura dancing with a balloon globe in an office and delivering a speech similar to Chaplin’s discourse at the end of The Great Dictator. But instead of Chaplin’s onomatopoetic German torrent of hatred, Morimura talks about a utopian world without exploitation. He concludes: “I myself am a dictator. You yourselves are dictators. The dictator of the twenty-first century does not have the face of a bad guy. The dictator of the twenty-first century is a ghost that nobody can see. I don’t want to be a dictator.”

Fondazione Fotografia is an organization promoted by the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, set up in 2007 with the aim of creating permanent collections of contemporary photography and artists’ videos.The collections – Italian and international – have been put together through a series of works by both established and emerging artists, paying particular attention to those artists who are currently consolidating their position in the art world. The collection currently includes about 900 works by over 160 artists, among them Nobuyoshi Araki, Olivo Barbieri, Yael Bartana, Gabriele Basilico, David Goldblatt, Daido Moriyama, Walter Niedermayr, Roman Ondák, Adrian Paci, Raghubir Singh, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Yang Fudong, Robert Frank, Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander. Alongside the photography collection, a video library is also being put together, currently featuring more than 90 interviews with some of the artists present in the collection. As well as its exhibition activities, ample space is also given over to teaching and training: in particular, in 2011 Fondazione Fotografia started a Master of Fine Arts in Imaging Arts – Photography, an innovative teaching course held on an international level, aimed at those who have chosen photography and video as their main media. www.fondazionefotografia.it

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Yasumasa Morimura (b. 1951, Osaka) graduated in 1978 from Kyoto City University of Art. In his work, he appropriates universally well-known images derived from art history, mass media and pop culture to create unconventional and bold self-portrait renderings in photography, performance and video. Morimura’s work has been collected by numerous prominent public and private collections, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Getty Museum, Los Angeles, The Museum of Fine Art, Boston, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and The Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh. His major recent exhibitions include those at the Museum of Modern Art Salzburg, 2011; the Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Tokyo, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2010; the International Center for Photography in New York, 2009; the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice, 2007.


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Markus Schinwald: 1st part Conditional. Courtesy of Collection Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland.

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Markus Schinwald: “1st Part Conditional” 2004, Single-channel video projection (35 mm film shown on DVD, color, sound). Edition 5/7. 3’.


1st part Conditional, a 35mm film by Markus Schinwald, raises questions about the body and its interaction with architecture and space while challenging conventions and identity. In a dark and classic apartment furnished in Biedermeier-style we can see an androgynous female figure dressed in a gray suit moving spastically through the rooms while an off-screen voice reads fragments of scientific and literary texts. A man sitting in an armchair in a shadowy corner of the apartment watches the woman’s disquieting body movements, while the heavy furniture inexplicably self-destructs. They appear like two strange figures twisted by an intense psychological conflict. The puppet-like young woman trembles, turns and drops, seemingly forced by the male observer’s unknown power, and in the end she collapses. The film is based on the idea that any emotional condition or repression can turn into a movement or cause physical contortions and the human mind and its discomfort can force the body to communicate the physical equivalent.

The collection of the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst is made possible by the Migros Cultural Percentage, a unique cultural engagement by the largest Swiss retailer. The collections was started by Migros founder, Gottlieb Duttweiler, and his advisors in the 1950s and professionalized in the mid-1970s with a focus on international contemporary art. While acquisition in the 1970s concentrated on Minimal Art, German painting and important Swiss art, the focus in the last two decades has been on contemporary art (e.g. Maurizio Cattelan, Christoph Büchel, Urs Fischer, Douglas Gordon, Rachel Harrison, Cathy Wilkes, amongst others) and their important predecessors (e.g. Stephen Willats, Katharina Sieverding, Paul Thek etc.). Installation art as well as works that involve performance and socio-political questions take a particularly significant role here. Recent acquisitions have for the most part arisen from commissions for exhibitions. In this way the exhibition activities are linked to the collection activities. In the course of time the responsibility for collection activities was incumbent on various protagonists: Urs Raussmüller (1978-1985), Jacqueline Burckhardt (1986-1990) and Rein Wolfs (1991-2001), who was able to found the museum in 1996. Since 2002 Heike Munder has been the director of the museum and thus also responsible for its acquisitions. www.migrosmuseum.ch

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Markus Schinwald was born in 1973 in Salzburg, Austria and currently lives and works in Vienna and Los Angeles. He represented the Austrian pavilion at the last Venice Biennale and participated in solo and group exhibitions at institutions including: La Conservera Centro de Arte Contemporàneo, Murcia; ICA, Boston; Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz; Kunstverein, Hannover; Kunsthaus Bregenz; Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich; Aspen Art Museum; Kunsthaus, Zurich; Kunsthalle, Vienna; Tate Modern, London; MAMbo, Bologna; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Frankfurter Kunstverein; Haus der Kunst, Munich; Center for Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki.


Special Exhibitions


CURATORS’ CHOICE For CONTEXT Art Miami, Julia Draganovic and Claudia Löffelholz, founders of the curatorial collective LaRete Art Project, have chosen a total of 15 artworks and installations out of 35 proposals to be shown in the public areas of the show. In its first edition Curators’ Choice for CONTEXT offers insight into emerging artistic practices and bodies of work by artists that have successfully started their career abroad, but are only now on their way to being discovered in the United States. The Curators’ Choice takes us on a tour of discoveries in different scales. From Camille Iemmello’s Band-Aid House - At Play installation in the entrance area to the over-towering spinning top sculpture by Alexandre Arrechea in the VIP lounge, to the half cozy, half uncanny installation of stuffed animals by David Humphrey to Pacifico Siliano’s seemingly old-fashioned video installation against the huge wall designed by Zammy Migdal and Rero. A fresh mix of various media and artistic expressions cover real-time paintings by Speedy Graphito as well as multi-media installations by Pia Maria Martin.

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The selection is purposely heterogeneous in an attempt to display the large array of contemporary approaches expressing new visions of a generation of artists that remain powerful and independent against all contrary prophecies of globalization’s conformism. The list of artists includes: • Alexandre Arrechea (Magnan Metz Gallery)

• Zammy Migdal (Cancio Contemporary)

• Brent Comber (Jennifer Kostuik Gallery)

• Maya Onoda (Magnan Metz Gallery)

• Peter Demetz (White Room Art System)

• Peter Ravn (Z2O Galleria Sara Zanin)

• Brian Goggin (Varnish Fine Art)

• Rero (Fabien Castanier Gallery)

• Speedy Graphito (Fabien Castanier Gallery)

• Shi Jindian (Contemporary by Angela Li)

• David Humphrey (Marcia Wood Gallery)

• Pacifico Silano (ClampArt)

• Camille Iemmolo (Packer Schopf Gallery) • Pia Maria Martin (The McLoughlin Gallery) • David Middlebrook (The McLoughlin Gallery)

Julia Draganovic` and Elena Forin, LaRete Art Projects


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Rero: Untitled. (WYSIWYG.) Installation of sculpted wall, plaster and mixed media *( WYSIWYG-”what you see is what you get”) Fabien Castanier Gallery


Banksy: Out Of CONTEXT I PXL U, a unique photo sharing platform, and BANKROBBER, in partnership with Art Miami & CONTEXT, have gathered a selection of five original street works by the worldrenowned guerrilla artist known as Banksy for the exhibition “Banksy: Out of CONTEXT.� The works have been carefully salvaged from their original settings and sensitively restored for display, shown together for the first time in a single venue. Visitors have the opportunity to view and discuss these provocative works in an atmosphere that I PXL U and BANKROBBER hope will expand current notions of the value of street art and the necessity of safeguarding such important works against those who seek to paint over or destroy them in their original locations.

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Art Miami has created a forum that provides visitors with a rare chance to experience and study up close the work of an artist whose identity remarkably remains a mystery, despite working in an era where camera phones, social media and global communication make anonymity nearly impossible. While the intricate stencils, socially conscious themes and subversive humor of Banksy’s work have left their mark on walls worldwide and on our collective psyche, we are reminded that although everyone knows who Banksy is, nobody can answer who is Banksy. This bizarre and refreshing contradiction has a unique place in a world where brand identity is increasingly used to define what something is and what it means; at a time when individualism gradually dissolves in favor of profile picture thumbnails, mobile app icons and 140-character tweets engineered to communicate the entire personality of individuals, corporations, and cultural institutions, the artist known as Banksy works discreetly to displace and subvert this complacent and compliant new-world order. I PXL U aims to redress this trend in part by offering its users a new and fresh opportunity to reassert and personally manage their unique identity and influences through the creation of custom photo mosaics. As a new social platform, I PXL U provides a free and fun way to collect and disseminate visual memories and mementos, arranging old and new photos that have been both haphazardly scattered across the internet or left unseen and unused on hard drives. Users build visual diaries with no bounds of scale or creativity to express a unique sense of self and of community that paradoxically integrates seamlessly with familiar forms of social media and communication. At the click of a button, users can build a new visual language to share with friends, family, and colleagues and can immortalize their custom mosaics in a canvas print. I PXL U provides a framework to shape past, present and future experiences in a way that is vibrant, instantly legible, and in sync with the prevalent visual culture of our generation.


BANKROBBER has built an international reputation as one of the foremost experts and exponents of sourcing, restoring, protecting and exhibiting original works by the artist known as Banksy. BANKROBBER travels the world advising and assisting in the successful salvage and repair of works that, without direct intervention, would have been lost forever at the hands of overzealous councils, governments and officials or rival graffiti writers.

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BANKSY “HAIGHT STREET RAT” SAN FRANCISCO, 2010, STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON TIMBER, 84 x 72 INCHES This unique piece was one of many the artist completed in the Bay Area in 2010. The work was removed from a building on the famous Haight Street just in time to prevent the city from painting over the work of art.


BANKSY “STOP + SEARCH” BETHLEHEM, 2007 STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON STONE 83 x 63 INCHES (WEIGHT 2.5 TONS) This unique piece was originally sited in Palestine to coincide with the artists 2007 ‘Santa’s Ghetto’. It has taken three years to safely negotiate the release of this work from the Palestine side of the division wall. The work has been sensitively cleaned and restored and stands on a bespoke steel plinth.

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BANKSY “WET DOG” BETHLEHEM, 2007, STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON STONE 79 x 63 INCHES (WEIGHT 1.8 TONS) This unique piece was originally sited in Palestine to coincide with the artists 2007 ‘Santa’s Ghetto’. It has taken three years to safely negotiate the release of this work from the Palestine side of the division wall. The work has been sensitively cleaned and restored and is housed in its own bespoke steel frame. BANKSY “KISSING COPPERS” BRIGHTON ENGLAND, CIRCA 2005 STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON EMULSION BASE WITH ALUMINIUM SUBSTRATE 89 x 65 INCHES This unique piece first appeared on the side of the Prince Albert pub in Brighton, England. It has been carefully removed after having been painted over by rival graffiti writers and sensitively restored by professional fresco specialists.


BANKSY “OUT OF BED RAT” LOS ANGELES, 2002, STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON STUCCO, 180 x 96 INCHES This unique piece was first created when Banksy was in Los Angeles preparing for his ‘Barely Legal’ exhibition in 2006. Originally sited on the side of a private dwelling on Hollywood’s Melrose avenue.

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BANKSY “HAIGHT STREET RAT” SAN FRANCISCO, 2010, STENCIL AND SPRAYPAINT ON TIMBER, 84 x 72 INCHES This unique piece was one of many the artist completed in the Bay Area in 2010. The work was removed from a building on the famous Haight Street just in time to prevent the city from painting over the work of art.


CONTEXT Art Miami has the privilege of featuring seven Berlin-based contemporary galleries that have been selected by a panel of expert curators and art critics. “ART FROM BERLIN,” presented by the Galleries Association of Berlin (LVBG), is officially supported by the State of Berlin and the European Union (EU) and will feature the Berlin Lounge, presented by Haus am Waldsee. This marks the first joint presentation of Berlin galleries that will showcase the works of Gosbert Adler, Matteo Bergamasco, Eva Bertram, John Breed, Eb Broner, Dawid, Pia Dehne, Inka and Niclas, Gal-la Uriol Jané, Christiane Klatt, Franziska Klotz, Levke Leiss, Wiebke Loeper, Knut Wolfgang Maron, Rex Ray, Susanne Ring, Susanne Roewer, Christine Rusche, Eric Schmidt and Björn Wallbaum Participating galleries include:

• AJLart • Galerie Cubus-m • Galerie Kornfeld • Morgen Contemporary • Kit Schulte Contemporary Art • Swedish Photography • zone B


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Haus am Waldsee (front view)

Michael Sailstorfer: Wohnen mit Verkehrsanbindung – Großkatzbach, 2001 Haus am Waldsee (front view), artwork: Michael Sailstorfer: Wohnen mit Verkehrsanbindung – Großkatzbach, 2001 (left) Wilhelm Mundt: Trashstone 306, 2006 (right) Photo: Bernd Borchardt The BERLIN LOUNGE is the hub of the first ART FROM BERLIN presentation of Berlin galleries at CONTEXT art Miami 2012 and provides an insight into Berlin as an art metropolis. With 400 galleries and about 200 museums, institutions and showrooms for contemporary art the capital city has a strong attraction for international art lovers. ART FROM BERLIN is a platform at international art markets throughout the world to introduce the Berlin art scene abroad .The show is accompanied by a BERLIN LOUNGE where information on the city’s contemporary art galleries, institutions and museums is offered. At CONTEXT art Miami 2012 the lounge is featuring Haus am Waldsee, an art institution which is considered to be one of the foremost exhibition spaces for international contemporary art in Berlin since 1946. The artistic presentation at the BERLIN LOUNGE focuses on three videos of the current exhibition “Erik Schmidt – Downtown” at Haus am Waldsee. Erik Schmidt‘s work deals with the observation of symbolic processes within various social subsystems. Clichés, stereotypes, codes, rituals, norms, patterns, conventions or roles are of particular interest to him.

Markgrafenstr. 15, D-10969 Berlin Germany t.: +49 30 310197-14 f.: +49 30 310197-15 e-mail: lvbg@berliner-galerien.de


Erik Schmidt: Hunting Grounds (filmstill), 2006 | super 16 mm film on digibeta | 14:16 min The exhibition space is also a meeting-place. Artist‘s talks, artist‘s dinners, guided tours and art workshops take place regularly, inviting a frank exchange with protagonists like Norbert Bisky, Arturo Herrrera, Via Lewandowsky and Corinne Wasmuht. Concerts among the exhibits featuring international musicians based in Berlin such as members of Berlin Philharmonic Orchester or DSO etc. round off the program. Haus am Waldsee also debates the contemporary concept of sculpture by means of selected works. Its sheltered park on the lakeside houses sculptural works of internationally known artists like Tony Cragg, Thomas Rentmeister, Jeppe Hein and Michael Sailsdorfer who have been redefining the received concept of sculpture.

Contact: Haus am Waldsee - a space for the arts Argentinische Allee 30 D-14163 Berlin t.: +49 (0) 30 801 89 35 f.: +49 (0) 30 80 22 028 e-mail: info@hausamwaldsee.de url: www.hausamwaldsee.de

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Hunting Grounds (filmstill)


Social Structures will feature three artists who explore architecture as a reflection of society. Internationally acclaimed photographer Kenro Izu documents the cultures of the world and their architectural wonders. Susanne Slavick works in mixed media, adding an element of fantasy to photographs of war-torn countries. As with Restoration (Threshold I), 2006, she incorporates figures and decorative patterns to images of blown-up buildings and roadways, making a commentary on innocent lives lost and the propaganda used to mask these atrocities. Antonio Petrecca’s photo-realistic paintings from the series “10” are based on images taken ten years after the attacks of 9/11, and express the resolve of American people.

Susanne Slavick “Restoration (Threshold I)” 2006, gouache on archival inkjet print on Hahnemühle paper, 10 x 16 1/8 in.


BOOTH D29

Kenro Izu “Varanasi #105” Image size: 13 1/8 x 19 1/8 in. Paper size: 16 1/2 x 21 5/8 in. Edition #5/20

Nicholas Cohn Art Projects curates exhibitions and organizes art happenings dedicated to socially engaged visual arts.  Exhibitions feature an international roster of emerging and mid-career artists working in a range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation, and performance, who are connected by their focus on political, social, and environmental issues of national and global concern. For additional information please contact Nicholas Cohn at Nicholas@ncartprojects.com.


Exhibiting Galleries


532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel 532 West 25th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 917-701-3338 email: info@532gallery.com url: www.532gallery.com

Personnel: Lisa Reneau, Patrick Jaeckel, Thomas Jaeckel, Christine Jaeckel Artists: Per Adolfsen, Peggy Bates, Birthe Blauth, Anna Borowy, Marcy Brafman, Tatjana Busch, Kasia Domanska, Guenter Knop, Ian Hughes, Kylie Heidenheimer, Les Joynes, Armando Marino, Charles Mingus, Nadja Marcin, John A. Parks, Stefan Szczesny, Tanja Selzer, Hendrik Smit

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Armando Marino (Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 1968) “Havana Riders” Oil on canvas 96 x 62 in.

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Armando Marino (Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 1968) “Flowerman”, 2012 Oil on canvas 72 x 60 in.

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AJLart

Alt Moabit 130 Berlin, Germany 10557 tel: +49 170 3166408 email: info@ajlart.com url: www.ajlart.com Personnel: Anna Jill Lüpertz, Sophie Weiser Artists: Pia Dehne, Christine Rusche, Björn Wallbaum

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Pia Dehne “White Hunter”, 2011, oil on canvas, 60 x 40 in.

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Christine Rusche “FS 071-NOH” (framed spaces), 2009, drawing - waterproof ink on print film, 51 x 71.2 in. framed: 55 x 75 in.

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ASYMMETRIK

75 Central Park West, Suite 6D New York, New York 10023 tel: 646-251-0179 email: jeremy@asymmetrikinc.com url: www.asymmetrikinc.com Personnel: Jeremy Hu Artists: Ran Ortner, Karim Hamid, Christoph Von Hohenberg, Edie Nadelhaft, Pauline Galiana

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Ran Ortner “Wave” Oil on canvas, 5x7 ft

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Karim Hamid “Girls Gone Wild #42” Oil on wood, 36 x 36 in.

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ATLAS Gallery

49 Dorset Street London, United Kingdom W1U 7NF tel: 44 020 7224 4192 fax: 44 020 7224 3351 email: info@atlasgallery.com url: www.atlasgallery.com Personnel: Ben Burdett, Kathlene Fox-Davies Artists: Nick Brandt, René Burri, Frauke Eigen, David Maisel, Floris Neusüss

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Frauke Eigen (Germany 1969) “Wellenschlag II”, 2003, Gelatin silver print, 19.7 x 22.8 in., Edition of 5.

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Floris Neususs (Lennep 1937) “Tellerbild 25”, Untitled, 1971, Vintage photogram, 15 x 11.4 in., Unique.

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Aureus Contemporary Providence, Rhode Island 02879 tel: 401-368-6138 email: info@aureus-contemporary.com url: www.aureus-contemporary.com Personnel: Kevin Havelton Artists: Jeremy Dean, Karim Hamid, Claire Shegog

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Karim Hamid “MS (Reliant Blue)” 2012, Oil on Board, Detail 36 x 36 in.

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Claire Shegog “Busby’s Chandelier” 2012, Detail Mixed Media on Mirror Glass Framed 28 x 28 in.

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Bankrobber

55 Lonsdale Road Notting Hill London W11 2BY email: robin@bankrobberlondon.com url: www.bankrobberlondon.com Personnel: Robin Barton Artists: Banksy

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Banksy “Queen Vic” London, 2003 Unsigned Edition of 350, 700 x 500mm

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Banksy “Rude Copper” London, 2002, Screenprint On Paper, 420 x 575 mm, Unsigned Edition of 250, Red Banksy Tagged + Numbered

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Beth Urdang Gallery 129 Newbury Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116 tel: 781-264-1121 email: burdang@mac.com url: www.bethurdanggallery.com

16 Grove Street Wellesley, Massachusetts 02482 Personnel: Lauren Kamens Artists: Chris Armstrong, Charlotte Andry Gibbs, Pat Lasch, Sarah Smith

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Chris Armstrong “Om 412” Oil on Canvas 28 x 42 in.

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Pat Lasch “Cake Sculptures” Acrylic, Wood, Glass, Mirror, Plexiglas 4 x 4 x 4 in. (Cakes) 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 in. (Petits Fours)

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Black Square Gallery 2248 NW 1st Place Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-424-5002 fax: 928-833-9914 email: director@blacksquaregallery.com url: www.blacksquaregallery.com

Personnel: Anna Milashevych, Ronald Kritzler Artists: Admir Jahic and Comenius Roethlisberger, Alexiy Say, Anibal Vallejo, Emilio Garcia, Kyu Hak Lee, Nazar Bilyk, Pablo Lehmann, Patrizia Giambi, Taro Hattori, Stella, Rahola Matutes, Victor Sydorenko, Vitaliy & Elena Vasiliev, Zhanna Kadyrova

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Patrizia Giambi “Chair” photographed installation, 2012, silver print, 16 x 20 in. from a series of 4, edition of 3+ AP

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Vitaliy & Elena Vasiliev From “People of The Light” series, 2012, Duratrans C-Print frame-light, aluminum, profile debex, acrylic LED panel, 120 by 100 cm

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Cancio Contemporary By Appointment Miami, Florida tel: 305-308-0021 email: luky@canciocontemporary.com url: www.canciocontemporary.com

Personnel: Luky Cancio - Director, Ely Gutierre - Assistant Artists: Luciana Abait, Geoffrey Baris, John Bell, Garrison Boyce, Marcelo Daldoce, Daniel Diaz Tai, Mathew Doust, David Goorevitch, David Hockney, Douglas Hoekzema, Vanessa Kocking, Daniel Marosi, Marisa Matluck, Luisa Mesa, John Olson, Kathie Poses, Patricia Schnall Gutierrez, Richard Serra, Andy Warhol/J.Beuys

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Mathew Doust “The Baptism” Oil on Canvas 60 x 48 in.

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Garrison Boyce “Oh My” Mixed Media on Canvas 48 x 70 in.

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Centro De Edicion

Indalecio gomez 4297 San Martin, Buenos Aires 1674 tel: 54 11 4752 2774 fax: 54 11 4750 3201 email: info@centrodeedicion.com.ar url: www.centrodeedicion.com.ar Personnel: Natalia Giacchetta, Milca Ronzoni Artists: Silvia Brewda, Adriana Cora, Leon Ferrari, Silvia Plumari, Silvia Sanjurjo

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Leon Ferrari “No Title� Lithography on stone. Printed in 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Edition 20. Copy 6. Paper Artistic Fabriano acid free

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Silvia Sanjurjo “Cavern” 2012, Mixed media on paper

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ClampArt

521-531 West 25th Street Ground Floor, New York NY 10001 tel: 646 230 0020 fax: 646 230 8008 email: info@clampart.com url: www.clampart.com Personnel: Brian Paul Clamp, Julie Grahame Artists: Jesse Burke, Brian Finke, Jill Greenberg

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Jill Greenberg “Cypress #2_0828”

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Jesse Burke “Beeramid II”

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CONNERSMITH.

1358 Florida Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002 tel: 202-588-8750 email: info@connersmith.us.com url: www.connersmith.us.com Personnel: Leigh Conner, Jamie Smith, Jeremy Flick, Patrick McDonough Artists: Wilmer Wilson IV

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Wilmer Wilson IV “Black Mask” 2012, Single channel video, 6 minutes, ed.5

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Wilmer Wilson IV “Study, From My Paper Bag Colored Heart” 2012, archival pigment print, 45 x 30 in., ed. 5

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Contemporary by Angela Li G/F, 90-92 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong, China tel: 852-3571-8200 fax: 852-2890-8554 email: info@cbal.com.hk url: www.cbal.com.hk

Personnel: Angela Li, Joanne Hickton, Elvina Chan Artists: Jiagang Chen, Wenling Chen, Nancy Chu Woo, Jindian Shi, Peter Steinhauer, Tony Oursler

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Jindian Shi “Moonlight of Franz Liszt” Coloured Stainless Steel Wire & Paper, 64 x 210 x 46 cm

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Jiagang Chen “Large Third Front - Moving Crane” Photograph, 150 x 250 cm Ed. of 6

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Curator’s Office

1515 14th Street NW Suite 201 Washington, DC 20005 tel: 202-387-1008 fax: 202-387-1066 email: info@curatorsoffice.com url: www.curatorsoffice.com Personnel: Andrea Pollan, Jeff Spaulding, Taras Matla Artists: Dawn Black, Kathryn Cornelius, Tom Green, Jason Horowitz, Jonathan Monaghan, Jiha Moon, Nicholas & Sheila Pye, Andrea Way, Patrick Wilson

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Jiha Moon (Seoul, Korea 1973)“Pied de Grue”, ink and acrylic, fabric, embroidery patches on Hanji paper 72 x 47 in.

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Nicholas & Sheila Pye (Hamilton, Ontario 1978) “Ascendant” archival digital C-print mounted onto aluminum, Ed. 2/5 from an edition of 5 + 2 APs, 72 x 48 in.

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Da Xiang Art Space

No.15, Boguan Road., North District, Taichung City, Taiwan tel: 886 4 2208 4288 fax: 886 4 2208 3188 email: daxing.art@msa.hinet.net url: www.daxiang.com.tw Personnel: Chung Ching-Hsin Artists: Zhang Yu

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Zhang Yu “Diffused Fingerprints” 2010, Behavior, Glass, Nail Polish

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Zhang Yu “Fingerprints” 2012, Xuan Paper, Water, 50 x 200 cm

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Dialogue Space

6-97#, 22 Internaltional Art Plaza No.32 Baiziwan Road Chaoyang District, Beijing, China 100022 tel: 8610 58769392 fax: 8610 58760226 email: dialoguespace@gmail.com url: www.dialoguespace.com Personnel: Amy Y. Li, Cong Liu Artists: Marc Desgrandchamps, Jikai Li, Wei Peng, Qikai Zhang

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Marc Desgrandchamps (Sallanches,France 1960) “Untitled” 2011, Oil on canvas, 162 × 97 cm

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Jikai Li (Chengdu,China 23Feb 1975) “Bed” 2012, Acrylic on canvas 100 × 90 cm

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Dmitriy Semenov Gallery Ligovskiy prospect, 63 - 19 Saint-Petersburg, Russia 191040 tel: +7 911 998 66 73 fax: +7 812 575 83 23 email: dsgallery69@gmail.com url: www.dsgallery.ru Personnel: Dmitriy Semenov Artists: Konstantin Batynkov, Anatoliy Belkin, Vita Buivid, Philipp Dontsov, Joachim Granit, Alexander Konstantinov, Denis Mikhaylov, Izuru Mizutani, Pavel Pepperstein, Victor Pivovarov, Stephan Spicher, Lidia Vitkovskaya

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Stephan Spicher “Blossom�, 2010 Lacquer on aluminium 125 x 150 cm

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Denis Mikhaylov “Deadly conversation”, 2011 Acrylic on canvas 120 x 145 cm

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Fabien Castanier Gallery 12196 Ventura Blvd. Studio City, California 91604 tel: 818-748-6014 email: contact@castaniergallery.com url: www.castaniergallery.com Artists: Speedy Graphito, RERO

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Speedy Graphito (Paris, France 1961) “Into The Wild” mixed media on canvas, 60 x 55 in.

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RERO (France 1983) “Untitled” (THE FILE IS DAMAGED...) Vintage book, mixed media with resin 20.5 x 20.5 in. framed

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Frederieke Taylor Gallery email: www.frederieketaylorgallery.com url: info@frederieketaylorgallery.com

Personnel: Frederieke Taylor, An Hoang Artists: Olive Ayhens, Mary Lum, Raquel Maulwurf, Kirsten Nelson

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Kirsten Nelson “Corner with Drywall”, 2009, Drywall, plywood, spackle, wax, 15.5 x 10 x 5.5 in.

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Olive Ayhens “Cinnamon Rose” 2010, Oil on canvas, 30 x 22 in.

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FREIGHT + VOLUME 530 West 24th Street New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-691-7700 email: info@freightandvolume.com url: www.freightandvolume.com

Personnel: Nick Lawrence, Kevin Kay Artists: David Kramer, Michael Scoggins

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Michael Scoggins (Washington D.C. 1973) “I’m a Star” 2011, Graphite, marker, Prismacolor on paper. 67 x 51 in.

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David Kramer “Fast Women” 2011, Ink and bleach on paper, 20 1/4 x 27 1/2 in.

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Gaga Gallery

181-1 InSa Dong, Jongno Gu, Seoul, Korea 110-290 tel: 82 2 725 3546 fax: 82 2 725 3546 email: gagagallery@hanmail.net url: www.gagagallery.com Personnel: Ki Hyun Cho , Green Park, Chang Hoon Woo Artists: Sun A Chang, Chang Hoon Woo, Joong sik Kim, Yoong Wook Choi, Andre Cho Jung Nam Kim, Won Seok Kang, Choon Seok Rho, Shin Kyung Rho, Lee Nam Lee

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Chang Hoon Woo (Seoul in korea 1954 - ) “Whisper” Oil on Canvas, 45.9 x 35.8 in.

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Joong sik Kim (Gongju in korea 1962 - ) “Paradise” Mixed media 103 x 103 cm

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Galeria Enrique Guerrero Horacio 1549 Mexico City, Mexico 11540 tel: 52 55 52802941 email: info@galeriaenriqueguerrero.com url: www.galeriaenriqueguerrero.com

Personnel: Enrique Guerrero, Adriana Gil, Cristina Sandoval Artists: Daniela Edburg, Héctor Falcón, Adela Goldbard, Miler Lagos, Quirarte + Ornelas, Mauro Piva, Miguel Ángel Madrigal, Beatriz Zamora, Pablo Helguera, Richard Stipl, Pedro Varela, Pablo Rasgado, Carolina Ponte

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Quirarte + Ornelas (Mexico) “Estructura 26”, 2012 watercolor on paper, 78.5 x 106.5 cm

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Miler Lagos (Colombia) “Cimiento: The Adoration Of The Magi” 2012 carved paper 70 x 56 x 42 cm

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Galeria Sicart

de la Font, 44 Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona, Spain 08720 tel: 34 (9)3 818 0365 email: galeriasicart@gmail.com url: www.galeriasicart.com Personnel: Ramon Sicart, Àusias Sicart Artists: Alejandra Alarcón, Lluís Barba, Ruth Morán, Fernando Navarro Vejo, Gisela Ràfols, Lidó Rico

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Lluís Barba “Travellers in the time. Study of the painter, Pierre Subleyras”, 2011 Diasec, 150 x 156 cm.

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Ruth Morán “Sin título”, 2012. Temple vinílico y rotulador de tinta sobre papel, 200 x 152 cm

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Galerie cubus-m Pohlstraße 75 Berlin, Germany 10785 tel: +49 30 81 49 46 90 mobile: + 49 173 38 88 068 fax: +49 30 8149 4692 email: info@cubus-m.com url: www.cubus-m.com

Personnel: Holger Marquardt, Halina Muchow, Katja Grütering Artists: Josephine Behlke, Tina Beifuss, Henri Deparade, Mara Diener, Anne Duke Hee Jordan, Andreas Fux, Jonas Hofrichter, Christiane Klatt, Wiebke Loeper, Felix Schneeweiß, Tor Seidel, Lucie Strecker, Gal•la Uriol Jané, Karlheinz Weinberger

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Gal•la Uriol Jané (Barcelona 1978) “Le Mont Sainte-Victoire III” 2009, Oil on canvas, 135 x 200 cm

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Christiane Klatt (Uelzen 1973) “Viecher” 2009/2011, Installation detail, rubber, steel, scaffolding

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Galerie Kornfeld

Fasanenstr. 26 & 28 Berlin, Germany 10719 tel: 49 30 889 225 890 fax: 49 30 889 225 899 email: galerie@galeriekornfeld.com url: www.galeriekornfeld.com Personnel: Mamuka Bliadze, Dr. Tilman Treusch, Hannah Linder, Alfred Kornfeld, Anne Langmann Artists: Franziska Klotz, Susanne Roewer

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Susanne Roewer (Bad Schlema 1971)”Gulliver”, 2011, Bronze, Ed.: 3+1 AP, 3 2/3 x 13 3/4 x 31 1/2 in.

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Franziska Klotz (Dresden 1979) “Kreuzigung”, 2012, Oil on canvas, 89 x 63 in.

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Galerie LeRoyer

60 Saint-Paul W. Montreal, QC, Canada H2Y 1Y8 tel: 514-287-1351 email: info@galerieleroyer.com url: www.galerieleroyer.com Personnel: Brian Brisson, Alexandra Conners, Mauricio Ruiz, Maha Al Sahaf Artists: Yoakim Bélanger, Éloïse Brodeur, Jong-Rye Cha, Manolo Chrétien, Barbara Cole, Karim Ghidinelli, Sang-Yeoul Kim, Maya Kulenovic, Eric Lapointe, Louis Laprise, Guk-Hyun Lee, Claudio Napolitano, Yann Normand, Bénédicte Parmentier, Mauro Perucchetti, Andre Petterson, Simon Plasse, Martin Rondeau, Marie-Josée Roy, Nick Veasey, Dick Walsh

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Nick Veasey (UK 1962) “Made in China”, C-Print/Diasec , 2012, 59 x 47 in.

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Martin Rondeau (Canada 1970) “Deep_Untitled”, woven photography, 60 x 40 in.

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Galerie Paris-Beijing 54 Rue du Vertbois 75003 Paris, France tel: +33 1 42 74 32 36 email: paris@galerieparisbeijing.com url: www.galerieparisbeijing.com 66 Rue de l’Hôtel des Monnaies 1060 Brussels, Belgium #3 Qianyongkang Alley 5 Beixinqiao Santiao, Dongcheng District Beijing, China Personnel: Romain Degoul, Flore Degoul, Geoffroy Dubois Artists: Chen Jiagang, Kyung Soo Kim, Catherine Nelson, Wang Qingsong, Yang Yongliang, Laurent Chéhère, Nandan Ghiya

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Kyung Soo Kim “The Full Moon Story - 01”, 2008 Taille A : 112 x 90cm, edition : 6 / Taille B : 75 x 60cm, edition : 12

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Yang Yongliang “Artificial Wonderland - 02”, 2010 Size A: 160 x 109cm, edition: 5 / Size B: 102 x 70cm, edition: 8

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Galerie Richard

514 W 24th St New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-510-8181 email: info@galerierichard.com url: www.galerierichard.com 3 Impasse Saint-Claude Paris, France 75003 tel: 0 143 25 27 22 Personnel: Jean-Luc Richard - Owner, Takako Richard - Owner, Robert M. Berry - Director Artists: Bram Bogart, Dionisio Gonzalez, Ron Gorchov, Takesada Matsutani, Kiyoshi Nakagami, Peter Rogiers

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Bram Bogart “Juli� 2002 Oil and pigments on wood panel 20 x 20 in. (51 x 51 cm)

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Ron Gorchov “Loggia” 1982 Oil on linen mounted on wood 46 5/8 x 37 5/8 x 7 15/16 in. (118.4 x 95.5 x 20.2 cm)

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Gering & López Gallery 730 Fifth Avenue suite 606 New York, New York 10019 tel: 646-336-7183 fax: 646-336-7185 email: info@geringlopez.com url: www.geringlopez.com

Personnel: Sandra Gering, Russell Calabrese, Laura Bloom Artists: Michael Bevilacqua, Hannah Collins, José Antonio Hernández-Díez, Li Hui, Todd James, David Levinthal, Ryan McGinness, Steve Powers, Karim Rashid, Michael Scott, John F. Simon Jr., Jane Simpson, Hajime Sorayama, David Tremlett, Leo Villareal, José Ma Yturralde

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Todd James “Feel the Magic”, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 in.

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Ryan McGinness “Geometric Primitives (Painting #9)”, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 72 x 72 in.

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Glaz Gallery

Malaya Ordinka 23 Moscow, Russia 119017 tel: 7 495 978 8840 fax: 7 495 223 8924 email: info@glazgallery.com url: www.glazgallery.com Personnel: Maria Burasovskaya, Dmitry Butuzov, Elena Burasovskaya Artists: Alexander Abaza, Dmitri Baltermants, Sergey Borisov, Sergey Burasovsky, Alexander Grinberg, Harry Gruyaert, Vadim Guschin, Bogdan Konopka, Ivan Mikhailov, Tim Parchikov, Alexander Rodchenko, Ivan Shagin, Sofia Tatarinova, Alexander Victorov

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Tim Parchikov “White Mountain” 2007 from series “Suspense”

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Dmitri Baltermants “Gas pipes” from series “Traveling on the river Ob”

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J. Cacciola Gallery 537 West 23rd Street New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-462-4646 fax: 212-462-4556 email: info@jcacciolagallery.com url: www.jcacciolagallery.com

Personnel: John Cacciola, Jenny Montgomery, Kevin Jones Artists: Linda Christensen, Edwige Fouvry, Scott Fraser, Kim Frohsin, Hollis Heichemer, Caitlin Hurd, Alex Kanevsky, Ron Kingswood, Jane LaFarge Hamill, James Lahey, Michael Massaia, Daina Mattis, Brent McIntosh, Carole Pierce, Bruce Samuelson, Rebecca Saylor Sack, Joan Winter, Trevor Young

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Alex Kanevsky (Moscow 1963) “J.F.H. with Horses” oil on wood, 8.5 x 16 in.

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James Lahey (1961 - Ottawa) “You Want to Start Over” oil, alkyd, and ink transfer on canvas, 72 x 60 in.

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Jennifer Kostuik Gallery 1070 Homer Street Vancouver, British Columbia Canada V6B2W9 tel: 604-737-3969 fax: 604-737-3964 email: info@kostuikgallery.com url: www.kostuikgallery.com

Personnel: Jennifer Kostuik, Kait Lay Artists: William Betts, David Burdeny, Brent Comber, Curtis Cutshaw, Alex Couwenberg, Kumiko Fujinami, Steven Goring, Sand T Kalloch, Marianne Lovink, Sasha Rogers

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Alex Couwenberg “La Fonda”, 2012 Acrylic on canvas over panel 66 x 48 x 1.75 in.

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Brent Comber and Steven Goring “Shattered Sphere”, 2012 and Tumulus #2, 2012

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Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery 215 N. Aberdeen St. Chicago, IL 60607 tel: 312-944-0408 email: info@kasiakaygallery.com url: www.kasiakaygallery.com Personnel: Kasia Kay Artists: Kevin Berlin, Luc Dratwa, Katherine Desjardins, Erika Harrsch, Elisa Johns

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Kevin Berlin “The Striped Dress” oil on canvas, 77 x 89 in. (195 x 225 cm), 2012

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Luc Dratwa “Subway 5694” Print on FujiFilm Paper 180gr, Epson Ultrachrome Pigmnet Ink-Diasec, 39 x 59 in., ed. 10, 2012

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Kavachnina Contemporary 46 NW 36th Street Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-209-0278 fax: 305-448-2061 email: info@kavachnina.com url: www.kavachnina.com

Personnel: Katherine Patino, Gala Kavachnina Artists: Angela Lergo, Salustiano, Emil Alzamora, Jon Davis, Pepe Moran, Scott Ashely, Alejandro Mendoza, Robaldo Rodriguez, Noemi Sanguinetti

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Angela Lergo (Sevilla, Spain) “I WILL� Ground stone, resin, industrial lacquers. Live size

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Dusty Boynton “Accumulated Loneliness”, 2011, oil and graphite on linen, 66 x 72 in.

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Kit Schulte Contemporary Art Winterfeldstr. 35 Berlin, Germany 10781 tel: 49 30 210 05 237 email: info@kitschulte.com url: www.kitschulte.com

Personnel: Kit Schulte, Allison Wucher, Markus Guehrs Artists: Matteo Bergamasco, Rex Ray, Susanne Ring

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Matteo Bergamasco “Healing Room” 2012, oil on canvas 240 x 180 cm / 49.5 x 70.9 in.

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Rex Ray (Germany 1956) “Sonores Figure 1” 2009, paper collage, acrylic, oil and resin on linen, 172 x 137 cm / 68 x 54 in.

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Kunst Limited

Escazu Plaza Rolex San Jose, Costa Rica 571-1250 tel: 1 506 2289 5403 fax: 1 506 2228 0598 email: kunstltd@yahoo.com Personnel: Klaus Steinmetz, Daniela Frazzani Artists: Idan Zareski, Mozart Guerra, Alex Rodriguez, Fernando Chavez y Lady Pareja

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Idan Zareski “Big Foot”, 2011, Resin, 2/6 15 x 8 x 5.5 ft.

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Mozart Guerra “Ram”, 2012, Plysterene and cords 23 x 26 x 22 in.

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LICHT FELD

Davidsbodenstrasse 11 CH-4056 Basel tel: 41 (0)61 333 00 58 fax: 41 (0)61 333 00 59 email: hadorn@mac.com url: www.lichtfeld.ch Personnel: Roxana Barba, Fredy Hadorn Artists: Maurice Calanca, Daniel Karrer, MARCK, Tiffany Trenda

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MARCK (Zurich, Switzerland) “Neue Freiheit” Medium: Videosculpture Dimension: 87 x 50 x 21 cm

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Daniel Karrer (Basel, Switzerland) “Untitled” Medium: Painting Dimension: 40 x 50 cm

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Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery local 1-A Torre Piantini, Piantini Santo Domingo Distrito Nacional Dominican Republic 10150 tel: 809.227.8361 email: galeria.lyle@claro.net.do url: www.lyleoreitzelgallery.com Personnel: Lyle Reitzel Artists: Josè Bedia, Gerard Ellis, Jose Garcia Cordero

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Josè Bedia (1959) “Dos diablas y tiguere con cuarto” 2012 tecnica, mixta/canvas, 71 1/2 x 100 in.

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Jose Garcia Cordero (Dominican Republic) “De la serie la Jauria”, 2009 a/c, 140 x 212 cm

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Lyons Wier Gallery 542 West 24th Street New York, New York 10011 tel:1 212 242 6220 email: gallery@lyonswiergallery.com url: www.lyonswiergallery.com

Personnel: Michael Lyons Wier, Deanne Shashoua Artists: James Rieck, Cayce Zavaglia

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James Rieck (Pittsburgh, PA 1965) “Driver’s Side” 2012, Oil on canvas, 30 x 54 in. / 76.2 x 137.2 cm.

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James Rieck (Pittsburgh, PA 1965) “Shotgun” 2012, Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 in. / 121.9 x 121.9 cm.

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Magnan Metz Gallery 521 West 26th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-244-2344 fax: 212-244-7544 email: info@magnanmetz.com url: www.magnanmetz.com

Personnel: Alberto Magnan, Dara Metz Artists: Alexandre Arrechea

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Alexandre Arrechea (Trinidad, Cuba, 1970) “Seagram Building” 2012 Stainless steel 43 3/16 x 17 in. (109.7 x 43.2 cm)

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Alexandre Arrechea (Trinidad, Cuba, 1970) “The Dream of Shreve, Lamb and Harmon (the dialog)” 2012 Watercolor on paper 66 x 51 in. (167.6 x 129.5 cm)

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Marcia Wood Gallery

263 Walker Street SW Atlanta, Georgia 30313 tel: 404-827-0030 email: marciawood@marciawoodgallery.com url: www.marciawoodgallery.com Personnel: Marcia Wood, Alex West Artists: Kim Anno, David Humphrey, Alan Loehle, Katherine Taylor

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Kim Anno “Kyoto” 2012, inkjet, oil on wood, 66 x 43 in.

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David Humphrey “Girl with Kittie” 2012, acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20 in.

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Merry Karnowsky Gallery 170 S. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, California 90036 tel: 323-933-4408 fax: 323-935-4406 email: info@mkgallery.com url: www.mkgallery.com

Personnel: Merry Karnowsky, Jessica O’Dowd Artists: Deedee Cheriel, Mercedes Helnwein, Lezley Saar, Greg Simkins, Mark Whalen, Kent Williams

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Mercedes Helnwein “Pam” Oil Pastel on Paper, 70 x 44.5 in.

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Mark Whalen “Trophies” acrylic, ink, gouache on paper mounted to wood, resin coated 17.5 x 13.5 in.

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Morgen Contemporary

Ackerstr. 162 Berlin, Germany 10115 tel: 49 30 80 206 603 fax: 49 30 80 206 604 email: angelika@morgen-contemporary.com url: www.morgen-contemporary.com Personnel: Angelika Watzl Artists: John Breed, Ed Broner, Levke Leiss

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John Breed “Counterfeit” 2012 silver plated wood, 27.56 x 64.96 in.

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Ed Broner “Love Me Tender” 2012 acrylic and spray paint on canvas,78.74 x 78.74 in.

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Nina Menocal Gallery Rafael Rebollar #56 2do piso, San Miguel Chapultepec Mexico City, Mexico 11850 tel: 52 (55) 5564.7209 email: galeria@ninamenocal.com url: www.ninamenocal.com

Personnel: Nina Menocal, Ricardo Avila, Angie Zamudio Artists: Carlos Aguirre, Carlos Ranc, Eric Pérez, Marcos Ramírez ERRE, Esaú de León, Omar Torres, Raymundo Sesma, Sandra Ramos, Arturo Cuenca, Atelier Morales (Teresa Ayuso & Juan Luis Morales), Frank Martínez, Lidzie Alvisa, Donis Llago

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Omar Torres “Kit” 2009, Cromogenea print, series of 5. 43 in. x 31 in.

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Carlos Aguirre “Isla 31” 2011-2012, digital resolution on photographic paper 23 5/8 x 23 5/8 in.

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NOMAD Gallery

Rue de Laken 99 Brussels, Belgium 1000 tel: 1 800-123-4567 email: walter@nomadgallery.be url: www.nomadgallery.be Personnel: Walter de Weerdt, Ashley Peeler Artists: Aimé Mpane

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Aimé Mpane (D.R.Congo 1968) “IconCont n°XII” 2012, acrylic and mixed media on carved wood panel, 12.5 x 12 in.

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Aimé Mpane (D.R.Congo 1968)“Transparent Shadow” 2010, life size sculpture made of matchsticks, detail

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Packer Schopf Gallery 942 W. Lake St Chicago, Illinois 60607 tel: 312-226-8984 fax: 312-432-1235 email: packer@packergallery.com url: www.packergallery.com Personnel: Lisa Zschunke Artists: Matthew Cox, Brian Dettmer, Jim Dingilian, Camille Iemmolo, Catherine Jacobi, Jason Lahr, Lorraine Peltz

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Matthew Cox (San Antonio, TX 1961) “Heartthrob #8” 2012 Narcissus, 29 x 30 in. Short Description: Embroidered X - ray

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Brian Dettmer (Naperville, IL 1974) “Complete Guide” 2011 Book, Acrylic Medium, 15 x 10-1/8 x 2-1/4 in.

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Patricia Conde Galería Lafontaine 73 Polanco Mexico City, Mexico 11560 tel: 52 55 5290 6345 email: info@patriciacondegaleria.com url: www.patriciacondegaleria.com

Personnel: Patricia Conde, Andrea de Caso, Alejandro López, Juan Alberto Pérez Tejada Artists: Cannon Bernáldez, Alejandro Cartagena, Alexandra Germán, Patricia Lagarde, Melvin Lara, José Antonio Martínez, Elsa Medina, Miguel Angel Ortega, Dulce Pinzón

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Melvin Lara “No title” Series “Noctámbulo” 2011 Lightjet on photographic paper 40 x 24 in. ed. 5

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Patricia Lagarde “Stair” Series “100 Objects” 2012 Colodion on acrylic 8 x 10 in. ed.1

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Praxis International Art 541 West 25th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-772-9478 email: info@praxis-art.com url: www.praxis-art.com Wynwood Art District 2219 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-573-2900 Personnel: Maria Melis Artists: Jessica Kaire, Juan Andrea, Maria Berrio

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Andrea Juan “New Eden 4199” C-print on plexi, 48 x 74 1/4 in.

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Maria Berrio “Mar de sirenas” Collage on canvas

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Robert Klein Gallery 38 Newbury St Boston, Massachusetts 02116 te: 617-267-7997 email: inquiry@robertkleingallery.com url: www.robertkleingallery.com

Personnel: Robert Klein, Eunice Hurd, Maja Orsic Artists: Berenice Abbott, Richard Avedon, Jessica Backhaus, Julie Blackmon, Bill Brandt, G.H. Brassai, Jeff Brouws, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Mark Cohen, Elliott Erwitt, Walker Evans, Mario Giacomelli, Cig Harvey, Lewis Wickes Hine, Chip Hooper, Horst P. Horst, Bill Jacobson, Helen Levitt, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Irving Penn, Man Ray, Tomio Seike, Aaron Siskind, Paulette Tavormina, Gregory Vershbow, Wusheng Wang, Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, Terri Weifenbach, Edward Weston, Francesca Woodman, Masao Yamamoto

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Bill Jacobson “Place (Series) #512�, 2011 Image 28 x 22 in. / Mount 37 x 31 in. Pigment print mounted to archival 4-ply museum board

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Jessica Backhaus “Lucky Strike (from the series Once, Still and Forever)”, 2011 14 x 11 in. chromogenic print

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Robert Mann Gallery 525 West 26th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-989-7600 fax 212-989-2947 email: mail@robertmann.com url: www.robertmann.com

Personnel: Robert Mann, Caroline Wall, Kelly Smith, Ethan Seidel Artists: Holly Andres, Julie Blackmon, Jeff Brouws, Richard Finkelstein, Mary Mattingly, Richard Misrach, Jörn Vanhöfen

CONTEXT

148

Julie Blackmon “Stock Tank”, 2012, Archival pigment print, sizes vary

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

149

Jeff Brouws “High Dive, Ventura, California” 1988, Archival pigment print, sizes vary

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Swedish Photography Karl-Marx-Allee 62 10243 Berlin Germany tel: +49 30 8147 3709 email: info@swedishphotography.org url: www.swedishphotography.org

Personnel: Nina Grundemark, Dorothée Nilsson Artists: Dawid, Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström, Pernilla Zetterman

CONTEXT

150

Inka & Niclas “Saga XI” From the series: Saga, 2011, Archival Pigment Print 60 x 90 cm

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


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151

Pernilla Zetterman “Yes” From the series “When” 2005, C-Print on Diasec 120 x 120 cm

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


The McLoughlin Gallery 49 Geary St., Suite 200 San Francisco, California 94108 tel: 415-986-4799 email: info@mgart.com url: www.mgart.com

Personnel: Joan McLoughlin, Camille Lynch Artists: Renaud Delorme, Daniel Healey, Pia Maria Martin, David Middlebrook, Kristina Quinones, Cristobal Valecillos

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152

David Middlebrook “Out of Africa” Baltic Matte, Resin, 40 H x 78 W x 13 D in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

153

Renaud Delorme “Angelina Jolie” 2012, Mixed media, 43 x 31 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


The Proposition

2 Extra Place New York, NY 10003 email: info@theproposition.com url: www.theproposition.com Personnel: Ronald Sosinski, Ellen Donahue Artists: Dane Patterson, Balint Zsako, Lee Vanderpool

CONTEXT

154

Dane Patterson “Extensions, Tubing, and Random Objects – Again with Adjustments” (diptych), 2011, Graphite on Paper, 11 x 8.5 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

155

Balint Zsako “Untitled” 2011, Watercolor and ink on paper 23 x 17 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Torbandena

Via Torbandena 1, Trieste, Italy 34121 tel: +39-335-8135707-7 email: info@torbandena.com url: www.torbandena.com Personnel: Alessandro Rosada Artists: Hubert Scheibl

CONTEXT

156

Hubert Scheibl “Dave Station” 2010 Oil on canvas, 240 x 150 cm.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

157

Hubert Scheibl “Miami Serie” 2010 Oil on canvas, 240 x 150 cm.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo Colima 179, Col. Roma Mexico City, Mexico 06700 tel: +52 55-5525-4500 email: traeger@traeger-pinto.com, pinto@traeger-pinto.com url: www.traeger-pinto.com Personnel: Eduardo Pinto, Gerardo Traeger Artists: Pablo Castillo, Erika Harrsch, Patrick Pettersson, Fernando Pizarro, Emilio Said

CONTEXT

158

Pablo Castillo “Bulsara� 2010 Steel and plastic ensemble 70.86 x 27.5 x 74.8 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

159

Emilio Said “Picabia Grafíto” 2010 Oven piroxiline paint on steel 47.24 x 39.37 in

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Varnish Fine Art

16 Jessie Street, #C120 San Francisco, California 94105 tel: 415-433-4400 email: jen@varnishfineart.com url: www.varnishfineart.com Personnel: Kerri Stephens, Jen Rogers, Layla Lyne-Winkler, Zoe Ani Artists: Jennybird Alcantara, Mike Davis, Brian Goggin, Chris Mars, Ransom & Mitchell, Isabel Samaras

CONTEXT

160

Jennybird Alcantara “Creatures of Saintly Disguise” 2012 Oil on Mahogany Panel 72.5 x 55 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

161

Ransom & Mitchell “Vanitas” 2011 Archival Print on Paper 36 x 24 in. Edition of 10

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Villa del Arte Galleries Calle Tapineria 39 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain 08002 tel: +34-932-680-673 fax: +34-678-489-123 email: info@villadelarte.com url: www.villadelarte.com

Personnel: Nemo Jantzen, Bert Van Zetten Artists: Marc Harrold, Christiaan Lieverse, Anja Luihtle, Serge Mendjisky, Claudia Meyer, Francoise Nielly, Julio Nieto, Johan Thunell, Lukas Ulmi, Montse Valdes, Stephan Zirwes

CONTEXT

162

Serge Mendjisky “Twins Night� Photo collage on wood, 38 x 57 in., Edition: 5/8

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

163

Julio Nieto “Y Alicia?” 2009, Welded stainless steel, 60 x 30 x 76 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


White Room Art System Via dei Mulini 26 Positano, (SA) Italy 84017 tel: +39 0898123440 email: info@whiteroomartsystem.com url: www.whiteroomartsystem.com Via Vittorio Emanuele 50 80073 Capri, Italy tel: +39 0818378828 email: info@whiteroomartsystem.com url: www.whiteroomartsystem.com Artists: Umberto Ciceri, Peter Demetz

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164

Peter Demetz “Uomo in uno spazio grigio” Carved wood

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165

Umberto Ciceri “Force of the events Hypertext n°439 - 440” lenticular installation

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Witzenhausen Gallery Hazenstraat 60, 1016 SR Amsterdam, The Netherlands tel: 31 20 644 9898 email: info@witzenhausengallery.nl url: www.witzenhausengallery.nl

Artists: Annemarie Busschers, Kevin Erskine, Erik Hijweege, Jeff Robb, Flokje Van Lith, Duarte Vitória

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166

Jeff Robb “Aerial #4,” 2009 lenticular print 39 x 39 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


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167

“Pride” 2012 oil on canvas 60 x 56 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin Via Della, Vetrina 21 Rome, 00186, Italy tel: +39 06 704 522 61 email: info@z2ogalleria.it url: www.z2ogalleria.it Personnel: Sara Zanin Artists: Silvia Camporesi, Raphaëlle de Groot, Mauro Di Silvestre, Christina Dimitriadis, Michele Guido, Kaarina Kaikkonen, Michael S. Lee, Tea Mäkipää, Giacinto Occhionero, Mia Pearlman, Beatrice Pediconi, Peter Ravn, Laboratroio Saccardi, Marco Maria Giuseppe Scifo, Milica Tomic

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Kaarina Kaikkonen “The Queen of the Night” 2012, installation view, women’s shoes, variable dimensions; ©Kaarina Kaikkonen, ph. credits: Giorgio Benni, courtesy z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin EXHIBITING GALLERIES


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Mauro Di Silvestre “Disegno Divino” 2011, oil on canvas; ©Mauro Di Silvestre, courtesy z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


Zadok Gallery

2534 North Miami Avenue Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-438-3737 fax: 305-233-7070 email: info@zadokgallery.com url: www.zadokgallery.com Personnel: Barak Zadok, Bernice Steinbaum, Mark T. Smith, Colleen Scully, Jannette Graf Artists: Patrick Jacobs

CONTEXT

170

Patrick Jacobs “Window with View of the Gowanus Heights 2012”

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


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Patrick Jacobs “Fly Agaric number 6”

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Zemack Contemporary Art 68 Hey B-iyar St 62198 Tel Aviv, Israel tel: +972 3 691 5060 fax +972 3 691 4582 email: info@zcagallery.com url: www.zcagallery.com

Personnel: Shai Zemack, Erez Zemack Artists: Philippe Pasqua, Lee Yanor, Eran Shakine, Yuval Yairi, Ofer Lellouche, Lena Liv, Aram Gershuni, Jan Rauchwerger, Yigal Ozeri

CONTEXT

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PhilIppe Pasqua (1965) “Constance” Mixed Media 78 x 39 in.

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

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Eran Shakine “Degas’s Dancer as a Stripper” 2012 Bronze 19 x 12 x 14 in.

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zone B

Brunnenstraße 149 D-10115 Berlin, Germany tel: +1 434 28 41 11 4 email: kwm@zone-b.info url: www.zone-b.info Personnel: Laura Morgan, Knut Maron, Marc Grümmert Artists: Björn Achilles, Gosbert Adler, Eva Bertram, Antje Dorn, Marc Grümmert, Thomas Kemper, Klaus Küster, Knut Maron, Oliver Scharfbier, Kenneth Van Sickle, Janet Zeugner

CONTEXT

174

Knut Maron “From One Life”, Handmade analog color print

EXHIBITING GALLERIES


CONTEXT

175

Gosbert Adler From “Interieur” contemporary black and white print

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Index of Exhibitors


532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel 532 West 25th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 917-701-3338 email: info@532gallery.com url: www.532gallery.com

Black Square Gallery

2248 NW 1st Place Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-424-5002 fax: 928-833-9914 email: director@blacksquaregallery.com url: www.blacksquaregallery.com

AJLart

Alt Moabit 130 Berlin, Germany 10557 tel: +49 170 3166408 email: info@ajlart.com url: www.ajlart.com

Cancio Contemporary

By Appointment Miami, Florida tel: 305-308-0021 email: luky@canciocontemporary.com url: www.canciocontemporary.com

ASYMMETRIK

75 Central Park West, Suite 6D New York, New York 10023 tel: 646-251-0179 email: jeremy@asymmetrikinc.com url: www.asymmetrikinc.com

Centro De Edicion

Indalecio gomez 4297 San Martin, Buenos Aires 1674 tel: 54 11 4752 2774 fax: 54 11 4750 3201 email: info@centrodeedicion.com.ar url: www.centrodeedicion.com.ar

ATLAS Gallery

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49 Dorset Street London, United Kingdom W1U 7NF tel: 44 020 7224 4192 fax: 44 020 7224 3351 email: info@atlasgallery.com url: www.atlasgallery.com

ClampArt

Aureus Contemporary

Providence, Rhode Island 02879 tel: 401-368-6138 email: info@aureus-contemporary.com url: www.aureus-contemporary.com

Bankrobber

55 Lonsdale Road Notting Hill London W11 2BY email: robin@bankrobberlondon.com url: www.bankrobberlondon.com

Beth Urdang Gallery

129 Newbury Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116 tel: 781-264-1121 email: burdang@mac.com url: www.bethurdanggallery.com

521-531 West 25th Street Ground Floor, New York NY 10001 tel: 646 230 0020 fax: 646 230 8008 email: info@clampart.com url: www.clampart.com

CONNERSMITH.

1358 Florida Avenue NE Washington, DC 20002 tel: 202-588-8750 email: info@connersmith.us.com url: www.connersmith.us.com

Contemporary by Angela Li G/F, 90-92 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong, China tel: 852-3571-8200 fax: 852-2890-8554 email: info@cbal.com.hk url: www.cbal.com.hk

INDEX OF EXHIBITORS


Curator’s Office

FREIGHT + VOLUME

1515 14th Street NW Suite 201 Washington, DC 20005 tel: 202-387-1008 fax: 202-387-1066 email: info@curatorsoffice.com url: www.curatorsoffice.com

530 West 24th Street New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-691-7700 email: info@freightandvolume.com url: www.freightandvolume.com

Gaga Gallery

181-1 InSa Dong, Jongno Gu, Seoul, Korea 110-290 tel: 82 2 725 3546 fax: 82 2 725 3546 email: gagagallery@hanmail.net url: www.gagagallery.com

Da Xiang Art Space

No.15, Boguan Road., North District, Taichung City, Taiwan tel: 886 4 2208 4288 fax: 886 4 2208 3188 email: daxing.art@msa.hinet.net url: www.daxiang.com.tw

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

6-97#, 22 Internaltional Art Plaza No.32 Baiziwan Road Chaoyang District, Beijing, China 100022 tel: 8610 58769392 fax: 8610 58760226 email: dialoguespace@gmail.com url: www.dialoguespace.com

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery Ligovskiy prospect, 63 - 19 Saint-Petersburg, Russia 191040 tel: +7 911 998 66 73 fax: +7 812 575 83 23 email: dsgallery69@gmail.com url: www.dsgallery.ru

Galeria Sicart

de la Font, 44 Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona, Spain 08720 tel: 34 (9)3 818 0365 email: galeriasicart@gmail.com url: www.galeriasicart.com

Galerie cubus-m

Fabien Castanier Gallery

12196 Ventura Blvd. Studio City, California 91604 tel: 818-748-6014 email: contact@castaniergallery.com url: www.castaniergallery.com

Frederieke Taylor Gallery

Horacio 1549 Mexico City, Mexico 11540 tel: 52 55 52802941 email: info@galeriaenriqueguerrero.com url: www.galeriaenriqueguerrero.com

email: www.frederieketaylorgallery.com url: info@frederieketaylorgallery.com

Pohlstraße 75 Berlin, Germany 10785 tel: +49 30 81 49 46 90 mobile: + 49 173 38 88 068 fax: +49 30 8149 4692 email: info@cubus-m.com url: www.cubus-m.com

Galerie Kornfeld

Fasanenstr. 26 & 28 Berlin, Germany 10719 tel: 49 30 889 225 890 fax: 49 30 889 225 899 email: galerie@galeriekornfeld.com url: www.galeriekornfeld.com

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Dialogue Space


Galerie LeRoyer

J. Cacciola Gallery

60 Saint-Paul W. Montreal, QC, Canada H2Y 1Y8 tel: 514-287-1351 email: info@galerieleroyer.com url: www.galerieleroyer.com

537 West 23rd Street New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-462-4646 fax: 212-462-4556 email: info@jcacciolagallery.com url: www.jcacciolagallery.com

Galerie Paris-Beijing

54 Rue du Vertbois 75003 Paris, France tel: +33 1 42 74 32 36 email: paris@galerieparisbeijing.com url: www.galerieparisbeijing.com 66 Rue de l’Hôtel des Monnaies 1060 Brussels, Belgium #3 Qianyongkang Alley 5 Beixinqiao Santiao, Dongcheng District Beijing, China

Galerie Richard

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514 W 24th St New York, New York 10011 tel: 212-510-8181 email: info@galerierichard.com url: www.galerierichard.com

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery 1070 Homer Street Vancouver, British Columbia Canada V6B2W9 tel: 604-737-3969 fax: 604-737-3964 email: info@kostuikgallery.com url: www.kostuikgallery.com

Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery 215 N. Aberdeen St. Chicago, IL 60607 tel: 312-944-0408 email: info@kasiakaygallery.com url: www.kasiakaygallery.com

Kavachnina Contemporary

3 Impasse Saint-Claude Paris, France 75003 tel: 0 143 25 27 22

46 NW 36th Street Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-209-0278 fax: 305-448-2061 email: info@kavachnina.com url: www.kavachnina.com

Gering & López Gallery

Kit Schulte Contemporary Art

730 Fifth Avenue suite 606 New York, New York 10019 tel: 646-336-7183 fax: 646-336-7185 email: info@geringlopez.com url: www.geringlopez.com

Glaz Gallery

Malaya Ordinka 23 Moscow, Russia 119017 tel: 7 495 978 8840 fax: 7 495 223 8924 email: info@glazgallery.com url: www.glazgallery.com

Winterfeldstr. 35 Berlin, Germany 10781 tel: 49 30 210 05 237 email: info@kitschulte.com url: www.kitschulte.com

Kunst Limited

Escazu Plaza Rolex San Jose, Costa Rica 571-1250 tel: 1 506 2289 5403 fax: 1 506 2228 0598 email: kunstltd@yahoo.com

INDEX OF EXHIBITORS


LICHT FELD

Morgen Contemporary

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery

Nicholas Cohn Art Projects

Davidsbodenstrasse 11 CH-4056 Basel tel: 41 (0)61 333 00 58 fax: 41 (0)61 333 00 59 email: hadorn@mac.com url: www.lichtfeld.ch

Ackerstr. 162 Berlin, Germany 10115 tel: 49 30 80 206 603 fax: 49 30 80 206 604 email: angelika@morgen-contemporary.com url: www.morgen-contemporary.com

local 1-A Torre Piantini, Piantini Santo Domingo Distrito Nacional Dominican Republic 10150 tel: 809.227.8361 email: galeria.lyle@claro.net.do url: www.lyleoreitzelgallery.com

New York United States tel: 917-923-7982 email: nicholas@ncartprojects.com url: www.ncartprojects.com

Nina Menocal Gallery

Lyons Wier Gallery

542 West 24th Street New York, New York 10011 tel:1 212 242 6220 email: gallery@lyonswiergallery.com url: www.lyonswiergallery.com

Magnan Metz Gallery

Biarritz 14, Depto. 302 Col. Juárez Delegación Cuauhtémoc Mexico City, Mexico 06600 tel: 52 (55) 5564.7209 email: galeria@ninamenocal.com url: www.ninamenocal.com

NOMAD Gallery

Rue de Laken 99 Brussels, Belgium 1000 tel: 1 800-123-4567 email: walter@nomadgallery.be url: www.nomadgallery.be

Marcia Wood Gallery

Packer Schopf Gallery

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Patricia Conde Galería

263 Walker Street SW Atlanta, Georgia 30313 tel: 404-827-0030 email: marciawood@marciawoodgallery.com url: www.marciawoodgallery.com

170 S. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, California 90036 tel: 323-933-4408 fax: 323-935-4406 email: info@mkgallery.com url: www.mkgallery.com

942 W. Lake St Chicago, Illinois 60607 tel: 312-226-8984 fax: 312-432-1235 email: packer@packergallery.com url: www.packergallery.com

Lafontaine 73 Polanco Mexico City, Mexico 11560 tel: 52 55 5290 6345 email: info@patriciacondegaleria.com url: www.patriciacondegaleria.com

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521 West 26th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-244-2344 fax: 212-244-7544 email: info@magnanmetz.com url: www.magnanmetz.com


Praxis International Art

Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

541 West 25th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-772-9478 email: info@praxis-art.com url: www.praxis-art.com

Colima 179, Col. Roma Mexico City, Mexico 06700 tel: +52 55-5525-4500 email: traeger@traeger-pinto.com, pinto@traegerpinto.com url: www.traeger-pinto.com

Robert Klein Gallery

38 Newbury St Boston, Massachusetts 02116 te: 617-267-7997 email: inquiry@robertkleingallery.com url: www.robertkleingallery.com

Robert Mann Gallery

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Calle Tapineria 39 Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain 08002 tel: +34-932-680-673 fax: +34-678-489-123 email: info@villadelarte.com url: www.villadelarte.com

Karl-Marx-Allee 62 10243 Berlin Germany tel: +49 30 8147 3709 email: info@swedishphotography.org url: www.swedishphotography.org

The McLoughlin Gallery 49 Geary St., Suite 200 San Francisco, California 94108 tel: 415-986-4799 email: info@mgart.com url: www.mgart.com

The Proposition

email: info@theproposition.com url: www.theproposition.com

Torbandena

tel: +39-335-8135707-7 email: info@torbandena.com url: www.torbandena.com

16 Jessie Street, #C120 San Francisco, California 94105 tel: 415-433-4400 email: jen@varnishfineart.com url: www.varnishfineart.com

Villa del Arte Galleries

525 West 26th Street New York, New York 10001 tel: 212-989-7600 fax 212-989-2947 email: mail@robertmann.com url: www.robertmann.com

Swedish Photography

Varnish Fine Art

White Room Art System

email: info@whiteroomartsystem.com url: www.whiteroomartsystem.com

Witzenhausen Gallery

Hazenstraat 60, 1016 SR Amsterdam, The Netherlands tel: 31 20 644 9898 email: info@witzenhausengallery.nl url: www.witzenhausengallery.nl

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin Via Della, Vetrina 21 Rome, 00186, Italy tel: +39 06 704 522 61 email: info@z2ogalleria.it url: www.z2ogalleria.it

Zadok Gallery

2534 North Miami Avenue Miami, Florida 33127 tel: 305-438-3737 fax: 305-233-7070 email: info@zadokgallery.com url: www.zadokgallery.com

INDEX OF EXHIBITORS


Zemack Contemporary Art 68 Hey B-iyar St 62198 Tel Aviv, Israel tel: +972 3 691 5060 fax +972 3 691 4582 email: info@zcagallery.com url: www.zcagallery.com

zone B

BrunnenstraĂ&#x;e 149 D-10115 Berlin, Germany tel: +1 434 28 41 11 4 email: kwm@zone-b.info url: www.zone-b.info

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INDEX OF EXHIBITORS


Index of Artists


A

Richard Avedon

John Bell

Glaz Gallery

Olive Ayhens

Matteo Bergamasco

Teresa Ayuso

Kevin Berlin

B

Cannon Bernáldez

Robert Klein Gallery

Maria Berrio

Alexander Abaza Berenice Abbott Robert Klein Gallery

Björn Achilles zone B

Gosbert Adler zone B

Per Adolfsen

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Carlos Aguirre

Nina Menocal Gallery

Alejandra Alarcón Galeria Sicart

Jennybird Alcantara Varnish Fine Art

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Lidzie Alvisa

Nina Menocal Gallery

Emil Alzamora

Kavachnina Contemporary

Juan Andrea

Praxis International Art

Holly Andres

Robert Mann Gallery

Kim Anno

Marcia Wood Gallery

Chris Armstrong Beth Urdang Gallery

Alexandre Arrechea Magnan Metz Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Frederieke Taylor Gallery

Nina Menocal Gallery

Jessica Backhaus

Cancio Contemporary

Kit Schulte Contemporary Art

Kasia Kay Art Projects

Patricia Conde Galería

Praxis International Art

Dmitri Baltermants Glaz Gallery

Eva Bertram zone B

Banksy

Bankrobber

William Betts

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Lluís Barba Galeria Sicart

Michael Bevilacqua Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Geoffrey Baris

Cancio Contemporary

Nazar Bilyk

Black Square Gallery

Peggy Bates

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Dawn Black Curator’s Office

Konstantin Batynkov Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Josè Bedia

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery

Josephine Behlke Galerie cubus-m

Tina Beifuss Galerie cubus-m

Yoakim Bélanger Galerie Leroyer

Anatoliy Belkin

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Scott Ashely

Julie Blackmon

Robert Klein Gallery Robert Mann Gallery

Birthe Blauth

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Bram Bogart Galerie Richard

Sergey Borisov Glaz Gallery

Anna Borowy

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Marcy Brafman

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Kavachnina Contemporary

INDEX OF ARTISTS


Nick Brandt

Silvia Camporesi

Umberto Ciceri

Bill Brandt

Alejandro Cartagena

Mark Cohen

G.H Brassai

Henri Cartier-Bresson

Barbara Cole

John Breed

Pablo Castillo

Hannah Collins

ATLAS Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Morgen Contemporary

Silvia Brewda

Centro De Edicion

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Patricia Conde Galería

Robert Klein Gallery

Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

Jong-Rye Cha

White Room Art System

Robert Klein Gallery

Galerie Leroyer

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Brent Comber

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Galerie Leroyer

Éloïse Brodeur Galerie Leroyer

Sun A Chang

Adriana Cora

Centro De Edicion

Gaga Gallery

Ed Broner

Morgen Contemporary

Fernando Chavez

Kathryn Cornelius Curator’s Office

Kunst Limited Robert Klein Gallery Robert Mann Gallery

Laurent Chéhère

Vita Buivid

Jiagang Chen

Sergey Burasovsky

Wenling Chen

David Burdeny

Deedee Cheriel

René Burri

Andre Cho

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Glaz Gallery

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

ATLAS Gallery

Tatjana Busch

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Packer Schopf Gallery

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Arturo Cuenca

Nina Menocal Gallery

Contemporary by Angela Li

Curtis Cutshaw

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Gaga Gallery

Yoong Wook Choi Gaga Gallery

Licht Feld

Linda Christensen

Galerie Leroyer

J. Cacciola Gallery Robert Klein Gallery

Matthew Cox

Contemporary by Angela Li

C

Harry Callahan

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Galerie Paris - Beijing

Manolo Chrétien

Maurice Calanca

Alex Couwenberg

CONTEXT

Jeff Brouws

Nancy Chu Woo

Contemporary by Angela Li

INDEX OF ARTISTS

D

Marcelo Daldoce Cancio Contemporary

Jon Davis

Kavachnina Contemporary

Mike Davis

Varnish Fine Art

Dawid

Swedish Photography


Raphaëlle de Groot

Kasia Domanska

Scott Fraser

Esaú de León

Philipp Dontsov

Kim Frohsin

Jeremy Dean

Antje Dorn

Kumiko Fujinami

Pia Dehne

Mathew Doust

Andreas Fux

Angel Delgado

Luc Dratwa

G

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Nina Menocal Gallery

Aureus Contemporary

AJLart

Nina Menocal Gallery

Renaud Delorme

The McLoughlin Gallery

Peter Demetz

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

zone B

Cancio Contemporary

Kasia Kay Art Projects

J. Cacciola Gallery

J. Cacciola Gallery

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Galerie cubus-m

Pauline Galiana

E

Asymmetrik

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Black Square Gallery

Daniela Edburg

Emilio Garcia

Frauke Eigen

Jose Garcia Cordero

Gerard Ellis

Boyle Garrison

Elliott Erwitt

Alexandra Germán

Walker Evans

Aram Gershuni

F

Karim Ghidinelli

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Nandan Ghiya

White Room Art System

Henri Deparade

ATLAS Gallery

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery

Galerie cubus-m

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Marc Desgrandchamps

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery

Cancio Contemporary

Dialogue Space Gallery

Katherine Desjardins

Robert Klein Gallery

Patricia Conde Galería

Kasia Kay Art Projects

Brian Dettmer

Robert Klein Gallery

Zemack Contemporary Art

Packer Schopf Gallery

Mauro Di Silvestre

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Daniel Diaz Tai

Cancio Contemporary

Mara Diener

Galerie cubus-m

Christina Dimitriadis z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Jim Dingilian

Packer Schopf Gallery

Héctor Falcón

Galerie Leroyer

Galerie Paris - Beijing

Leon Ferrari

Centro De Edicion

Mario Giacomelli Robert Klein Gallery

Brian Finke ClampArt

Patrizia Giambi

Black Square Gallery

Richard Finkelstein Robert Mann Gallery

Edwige Fouvry J. Cacciola Gallery

INDEX OF ARTISTS

Charlotte Andry Gibbs Beth Urdang Gallery

Brian Goggin Varnish Fine Art


Adela Goldbard

Marc Harrold

Chang Hoon Woo

Dionisio Gonzalez

Erika Harrsch

Chip Hooper

Galerie Richard

David Goorevitch Cancio Contemporary

Ron Gorchov Galerie Richard

Steven Goring

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Joachim Granit

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Speedy Graphito

Fabien Castanier Gallery

Tom Green

Curator’s Office

Alexander Grinberg Glaz Gallery

Villa del Arte

Kasia Kay Art Projects Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

Cig Harvey

Robert Klein Gallery

Taro Hattori

Black Square Gallery

Daniel Healey

The McLoughlin Gallery

Hollis Heichemer J. Cacciola Gallery

Kylie Heidenheimer

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Pablo Helguera

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Mercedes Helnwein

Marc Grümmert

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Harry Gruyaert

Jose Antonio HernándezDíez

zone B

Glaz Gallery

Mozart Guerra Kunst Limited

Michele Guido

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Vadim Guschin Glaz Gallery

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Lewis Wickes Hine Robert Klein Gallery

David Hockney

Cancio Contemporary

Douglas Hoekzema Cancio Contemporary

H

Jonas Hofrichter

Asymmetrik Aureus Contemporary

Niclas Holmström

Karim Hamid

Galerie cubus-m

Swedish Photography

INDEX OF ARTISTS

Gaga Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Jason Horowitz Curator’s Office

Horst P. Horst

Robert Klein Gallery

Ian Hughes

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Li Hui

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

David Humphrey Marcia Wood Gallery

Caitlin Hurd

J. Cacciola Gallery

I

Camille Iemmolo Packer Schopf Gallery

J

Catherine Jacobi Packer Schopf Gallery

Patrick Jacobs Zadok Gallery

Bill Jacobson

Robert Klein Gallery

Admir Jahic

Black Square Gallery

Todd James

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Chen Jiagang

Galerie Paris - Beijing

189 CONTEXT

Galeria Enrique Guerrero


Elisa Johns

Christiane Klatt

Melvin Lara

Anne Duk Hee Jordan

Franziska Klotz

Pat Lasch

Les Joynes

Guenter Knop

Kyu Hak Lee

K

Vanessa Kocking

Lee Nam Lee

Black Square Gallery

Bogdan Konopka

Guk-Hyun Lee

Alexander Konstantinov

Michael S. Lee

David Kramer

Pablo Lehmann

Maya Kulenovic

Levke Leiss

Klaus Küster

Ofer Lellouche

L

Angela Lergo

J. Cacciola Gallery

David Levinthal

Kasia Kay Art Projects

Galerie cubus-m

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Zhanna Kadyrova

Galerie cubus-m

Galerie Kornfeld

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Cancio Contemporary

Glaz Gallery

Kaarina Kaikkonen z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Jessica Kaire

Praxis International Art

FREIGHT + VOLUME

Sand T Kalloch

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Galerie Leroyer

Alex Kanevsky

CONTEXT

190

J. Cacciola Gallery

zone B

Patricia Conde Galería

Beth Urdang Gallery

Black Square Gallery

Gaga Gallery

Galerie Leroyer

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Black Square Gallery

Morgen Contemporary

Zemack Contemporary Art

Won Seok Kang Gaga Gallery

Daniel Karrer Licht Feld

Thomas Kemper zone B

Joong sik Kim Gaga Gallery

Jung Nam Kim Gaga Gallery

Sang-Yeoul Kim Galerie Leroyer

Kyung Soo Kim

Galerie Paris - Beijing

Ron Kingswood J. Cacciola Gallery

Jane LaFarge Hamill Patricia Lagarde

Patricia Conde Galería

Miler Lagos

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

James Lahey

J. Cacciola Gallery

Jason Lahr

Packer Schopf Gallery

Eric Lapointe Galerie Leroyer

Louis Laprise Galerie Leroyer

INDEX OF ARTISTS

Kavachnina Contemporary

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Helen Levitt

Robert Klein Gallery

Jikai Li

Dialogue Space Gallery

Christiaan Lieverse Villa del Arte

Inka Lindergård

Swedish Photography

Lena Liv

Zemack Contemporary Art


Alan Loehle

José Antonio Martínez

Ivan Mikhailov

Wiebke Loeper

Michael Massaia

Denis Mikhaylov

Marianne Lovink

Marisa Matluck

Charles Mingus

Anja Luihtle

Takesada Matsutani

Arno Rafael Minkkinen

Mary Lum

Mary Mattingly

Richard Misrach

M

Daina Mattis

Izuru Mizutani

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Rahola Matutes

Jonathan Monaghan

Raquel Maulwurf

Jiha Moon

Ryan McGinness

Juan Luis Morales Nina Menocal Gallery

191

Brent McIntosh

Pepe Moran

Elsa Medina

Ruth Morán

CONTEXT

Serge Mendjisky

Aimé Mpane

Alejandro Mendoza

N

Marcia Wood Gallery

Galerie cubus-m

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Villa del Arte

Frederieke Taylor Gallery

Miguel Ángel Madrigal

Patricia Conde Galería

J. Cacciola Gallery

Cancio Contemporary

Galerie Richard

Robert Mann Gallery

J. Cacciola Gallery

Black Square Gallery

David Maisel ATLAS Gallery

Frederieke Taylor Gallery

Tea Mäkipää

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Nadja Marcin

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

J. Cacciola Gallery

MARCK Licht Feld

Patricia Conde Galería

Armando Marino

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Villa del Arte

Knut Maron zone B

Kavachnina Contemporary

Daniel Marosi

Cancio Contemporary

Luisa Mesa

Glaz Gallery

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Robert Klein Gallery

Robert Mann Gallery

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Curator’s Office

Curator’s Office

Kavachnina Contemporary

Galeria Sicart

Nomad Gallery

Edie Nadelhaft Asymmetrik

Cancio Contemporary

Chris Mars

Varnish Fine Art

Claudia Meyer

Claudio Napolitano Galerie Leroyer

Villa del Arte

Pia Maria Martin

The McLoughlin Gallery

David Middlebrook

Kirsten Nelson

Frederieke Taylor Gallery

The McLoughlin Gallery

Frank Martínez

Catherine Nelson

Nina Menocal Gallery

Galerie Paris - Beijing

INDEX OF ARTISTS


Floris Neusüss

Dane Patterson

Simon Plasse

Francoise Nielly

Mia Pearlman

Silvia Plumari

Julio Nieto

Beatrice Pediconi

Carolina Ponte

Yann Normand

Lorraine Peltz

Cathie Poses

O

Wei Peng

Steve Powers

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Irving Penn

Nicholas & Sheila Pye

Pavel Pepperstein

Q

ATLAS Gallery

Villa del Arte

Villa del Arte

Galerie Leroyer

Giacinto Occhionero

The Proposition

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Packer Schopf Gallery

Dialogue Space Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

John Olson

Cancio Contemporary

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Miguel Angel Ortega Patricia Conde Galería

Eric Pérez

Galerie Leroyer

Centro De Edicion

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Cancio Contemporary

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Curator’s Office

Wang Qingsong

Galerie Paris - Beijing

Nina Menocal Gallery

Ran Ortner

CONTEXT

192

Asymmetrik

Mauro Perucchetti

Kristina Quinones The McLoughlin Gallery

Galerie Leroyer

Tony Oursler

Contemporary by Angela Li

Andre Petterson

Quirarte + Ornelas

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Galerie Leroyer

Yigal Ozeri

Zemack Contemporary Art

P

Patrick Pettersson Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

Tim Parchikov

Carole Pierce

Glaz Gallery

J. Cacciola Gallery

Lady Pareja

Dulce Pinzón

Kunst Limited

Patricia Conde Galería

John A. Parks

Mauro Piva

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Bénédicte Parmentier

Victor Pivovarov

Galerie Leroyer

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Philippe Pasqua

Fernando Pizarro

Zemack Contemporary Art

Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

INDEX OF ARTISTS

R

Gisela Ràfols Galeria Sicart

Marcos Ramírez

Nina Menocal Gallery

Sandra Ramos

Nina Menocal Gallery

Carlos Ranc

Nina Menocal Gallery

Ransom & Mitchell Varnish Fine Art

Pablo Rasgado

Galeria Enrique Guerrero


Karim Rashid

Susanne Roewer

Rebecca Saylor Sack

Jan Rauchwerger

Sasha Rogers

Oliver Scharfbier

Peter Ravn

Peter Rogiers

Hubert Scheibl

Rex Ray

Martin Rondeau

Patricia Schnall Gutierrez

Man Ray

Marie-Josée Roy

Felix Schneeweiß

RERO

Christine Rusche

Marco Maria Giuseppe Scifo

Zemack Contemporary Art

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Kit Schulte Contemporary Art

Robert Klein Gallery

Fabien Castanier Gallery

Choon Seok Rho Gaga Gallery

Shin Kyung Rho Gaga Gallery

Lidó Rico

Galerie Kornfeld

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

Galerie Richard

Galerie Leroyer

Galerie Leroyer

AJLart

zone B

Torbandena

Cancio Contemporary

Galerie cubus-m

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

S

Lezley Saar

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Laboratroio Saccardi z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Galeria Sicart

James Rieck

J. Cacciola Gallery

Emilio Said

Lyons Wier Gallery

Traeger & Pinto Arte Contemporaneo

Susanne Ring

Salustiano

Alexander Rodchenko

Isabel Samaras

Robaldo Rodriguez

Bruce Samuelson

Alex Rodriguez

Noemi Sanguinetti

René Francisco Rodríguez

Silvia Sanjurjo

Michael Scoggins FREIGHT + VOLUME

Michael Scott

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Tor Seidel

Galerie cubus-m

Tomio Seike

Robert Klein Gallery Kit Schulte Contemporary Art

Kavachnina Contemporary

Tanja Selzer

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel Glaz Gallery

Varnish Fine Art

Richard Serra

Cancio Contemporary Kavachnina Contemporary

J. Cacciola Gallery

Raymundo Sesma Nina Menocal Gallery

Kunst Limited

Kavachnina Contemporary

Ivan Shagin Glaz Gallery

Nina Menocal Gallery

Comenius Roethlisberger

Centro De Edicion

Eran Shakine

Zemack Contemporary Art

Alexiy Say

Black Square Gallery

Claire Shegog

Aureus Contemporary

Black Square Gallery

INDEX OF ARTISTS

193 CONTEXT

Gering & Lopéz Gallery


Contemporary by Angela Li

T

Lee Vanderpool

Greg Simkins

Glaz Gallery

Jörn Vanhöfen

Jindian Shi

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

John F. Simon Jr.

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Jane Simpson

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Aaron Siskind

Robert Klein Gallery

Hendrik Smit

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Sarah Smith

Beth Urdang Gallery

Hajime Sorayama

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

CONTEXT

194

Sofia Tatarinova Paulette Tavormina Robert Klein Gallery

Katherine Taylor Marcia Wood Gallery

Johan Thunell Villa del Arte

Milica Tomic

z2o Galleria | Sara Zanin

Omar Torres

Nina Menocal Gallery

David Tremlett

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Tiffany Trenda

Stephan Spicher

Licht Feld

Peter Steinhauer

U

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Contemporary by Angela Li

Stella

Black Square Gallery

Richard Stipl

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Lucie Strecker

Lukas Ulmi Villa del Arte

Gal•la Uriol Jané Galerie cubus-m

V

Montse Valdes

Galerie cubus-m

Villa del Arte

Victor Sydorenko

Cristobal Valecillos

Black Square Gallery

The McLoughlin Gallery

Stefan Szczesny

Anibal Vallejo

532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel

Black Square Gallery

Kenneth Van Sickle zone B

INDEX OF ARTISTS

The Proposition

Robert Mann Gallery

Pedro Varela

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Vitaliy & Elena Vasiliev Black Square Gallery

Nick Veasey Galerie Leroyer

Fernando Navarro Vejo Galeria Sicart

Gregory Vershbow Robert Klein Gallery

Alexander Victorov Glaz Gallery

Leo Villareal

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Lidia Vitkovskaya

Dmitriy Semenov Gallery

Christoph Von Hohenberg Asymmetrik

W

Björn Wallbaum AJLart

Dick Walsh

Galerie Leroyer

Wusheng Wang Robert Klein Gallery

Andrea Way Curator’s Office


Alex Webb

Yang Yongliang

Rebecca Norris Webb

Trevor Young

Terri Weifenbach

José Ma Yturralde

Karlheinz Weinberger

Zhang Yu

Edward Weston

Z

Robert Klein Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Galerie cubus-m

Robert Klein Gallery

Mark Whalen

Galerie Paris - Beijing

J. Cacciola Gallery

Gering & Lopéz Gallery

Da Xiang Art Space

Beatriz Zamora

Galeria Enrique Guerrero

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Kent Williams

Idan Zareski Kunst Limited

Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Patrick Wilson

Cayce Zavaglia Lyons Wier Gallery

Curator’s Office

Pernilla Zetterman Swedish Photography

CONNERSMITH..

Joan Winter

Janet Zeugner zone B

J. Cacciola Gallery

Francesca Woodman

Qikai Zhang

Dialogue Space Gallery

Robert Klein Gallery

Stephan Zirwes

X Y

Villa del Arte

Balint Zsako The Proposition

Yuval Yairi

Zemack Contemporary Art

Masao Yamamoto Robert Klein Gallery

Lee Yanor

Zemack Contemporary Art

INDEX OF ARTISTS

195 CONTEXT

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