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Visit. Experience. Collect. Welcome to ArtAspen Let this informative catalog serve as your guide to the second annual ArtAspen. This three-day international fine art fair is the most significant art buying event of the year in Aspen. Internationally acclaimed for decades as an art mecca because of its abundance of art collectors and patrons, Aspen deserves its very own world-class fine art fair. We are pleased to showcase today’s most vibrant art sector – post-war and contemporary art, while paying homage to Aspen’s well-earned reputation as an important fine art marketplace. Casting a global net, we assembled 28 respected galleries from around the world showing $100 million in important mid-20th and 21st century art. More than 2,000 art treasures are on display for viewing and sale, representing the best work of some 200 respected artists. By presenting this visually compelling experience, our goal is not only to establish ArtAspen as one of the cultural and social highlights of the Aspen season but also to make it a must-see on the calendars of globetrotting art cognoscenti. ArtAspen 2011 is proudly produced in cooperation with Aspen Art Museum. Both admissions from ticket sales and a portion of art sales from the Opening Preview on Saturday morning benefit the museum. What a terrific way to be able to buy a work of art and make a contribution to the Aspen Art Museum at the same time! While many fair organizers promote the philosophy that bigger is better, ArtAspen takes a completely different approach. We believe that a carefully vetted and select number of displays will be more in keeping with Aspen’s cultural mandate of presenting only the best of the best. As such, only a portion of the many galleries that applied to exhibit here were selected. We believe that by presenting a boutique fair, attendees will experience a more impactful, comprehensive and manageable show. To stimulate the art viewing and acquisition process, we have created an array of dazzling events and receptions throughout all three days. I invite you peruse the schedule on the following pages and attend those of interest. As the only major fine art fair in America in August 2011, ArtAspen has generated remarkable buzz. We expect an influx of art enthusiasts eager to visit the galleries and attend the high-profile parties. There’s no better time to invest in art. Enjoy the show. Sincerely, Rick Friedman Founder and Executive Director 800-211-0640 • • ArtAspen 2011 | 3

Table of Contents ACE GALLERY.....................................................10 Arcadia Fine Arts................................................11 Caldwell Snyder Gallery......................................12 Charlie James Gallery.........................................13 David Floria Gallery............................................14 David Klein Gallery.............................................15 George Krevsky Gallery.......................................16 Gerald Peters Gallery..........................................17 Honor Fraser......................................................18 Jenkins Johnson Gallery.......................................19 Jerald Melberg Gallery........................................20 Lesley Heller Workspace......................................21 Leslie Sacks Contemporary...................................22 Louis Stern Fine Arts............................................23 Mike Weiss Gallery.............................................24 Museum Works Galleries.....................................25 Nancy Hoffman Gallery.......................................26 Peter Fetterman Gallery.......................................27 PHILIP LEXĂ?NG PROJECTS.....................................28 Richard Levy Gallery...........................................29 Riva Yares Gallery..............................................30 Robischon Gallery...............................................31 Rosenbaum Contemporary...................................32 Scott Nichols Gallery...........................................33 Sundaram Tagore Gallery....................................34 Tayloe Piggott Gallery.........................................35 Timothy Yarger Fine Art........................................36 William Shearburn Gallery..................................37 William Siegal Gallery .......................................38 4

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Special Events Produced in cooperation with the Aspen Art Museum

Saturday, August 6

10am–12noon (Invite Only) Heavy hitters invited by ArtAspen and the venerable Aspen Magazine will be among the first to view and acquire art at this breakfast mixer. Enjoy a continental breakfast and sip Bloody Marys and Prosecco as you explore more than 2,000 works by 500 select artists represented by 30 prominent art dealers. Ticket sales and a percentage of gallery sales benefit Aspen Art Museum’s new building capital fund.

3pm–4pm A rare chance to meet a gathering of some of America’s most sought-after artists and gain insight into their process, passion and vision. Hosted by Aspen Magazine.

6pm–9pm The place to see and be seen. Toast to Aspen’s culturati, fashionistas and fitness aficionados at this happening, must-attend Saturday night soiree. At the event, Aspen Club will introduce a new line of vegetarian fare. 6

Special Events Sunday, August 7 11am–12noon Meet international photo expert, Peter Fetterman, as he shares his insider tips and perspectives in his informal, entertaining and extremely popular presentation Collecting Fine Art Photography: What You Really Need to Know.

Book Signing 1pm–2pm Meet Riva Yares, esteemed gallerist (with galleries in Scottsdale and Santa Fe) and indie film producer, as she signs copies of her just-published memoir Sleeping With Dogs. 6pm–8pm Hosted by the popular Aspen Hosted by Sojourner magazine, the ultimate after-party is held for concert goers following Sunday’s performance at the nearby Aspen Music Festival. Enjoy Depaz rum mojitos and Stoli “Artini” cocktails, mixed and served by Conundrum.

Monday, August 8 12noon–2pm (Invite Only)

Join a networking brunch where leading art collectors and advisors present their advice and insight on building an impressive art collection. Attended by Aspen’s Young Professional Association, AAM Contemporaries and Anderson Ranch Arts Center Ranch Hands. Hosted by Casa Tua restaurant. ArtAspen 2011 | 7









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ACE GALLERY....................105/106

Gerald Peters Gallery........137/126

Arcadia Fine Arts......................108

Honor Fraser............................139

Caldwell Snyder Gallery.........................114/115

Jenkins Johnson Gallery...........138

Charlie James Gallery...............133 David Floria Gallery..................113


Jerald Melberg Gallery.............128 Lesley Heller Workspace............111

David Klein Gallery...................135

Leslie Sacks Contemporary..............117/118

George Krevsky Gallery............129

Louis Stern Fine Arts.........116/130

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Mike Weiss Gallery...........124/125

Rosenbaum Contemporary........136

Museum Works Galleries...........107

Scott Nichols Gallery.................109

Nancy Hoffman Gallery....119/127

Sundaram Tagore Gallery.........................101/102

Peter Fetterman Gallery....131/132 PHILIP LEXÏNG PROJECTS..........100 Richard Levy Gallery.................134 Riva Yares Gallery....................123 Robischon Gallery.............140/141

Tayloe Piggott Gallery...............120 Timothy Yarger Fine Art............112 William Shearburn Gallery........122 William Siegal Gallery ......103/104

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5514 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036 Tel: 323-935-4411 Fax: 323-202-1082 • Douglas Chrismas, Director & Chief Curator


Founded in 1961 by the gallery’s current director Douglas Chrismas, ACE GALLERY has a history of installing museum quality exhibitions. The gallery’s exhibition program balances a selection of emerging and mid-career artists with artists who have become fully established over the last 40 years. Artists Exhibited China Adams, Herb Alpert, David Amico, Carl Andre, Arman, John Armleder, Jean Arp, William Beckley, Larry Bell, Lauren Bon, Justin Bower, Daniel Buren, Anthony Caro, Lawrence Carroll, Heather Carson, Patty Chang, Jeff Colson, Comme des Garcons, John Coplans, Mary Corse, Tony Cragg, Date Farmers, Willem De Kooning, Neil Denari, Mark Di Suvero, Tara Donovan, Jean Fautrier, Kenneth Feingold, Charles Fine, Dan Flavin, Sylvie Fleury, Judy Fox, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Achim Freyer, Tierney Gearon, Frank Gehry, Antony Gormley, Robert Graham, Peter Halley, David Hammons, Tim Hawkinson, Jeppe Hein, Jene Highstein, Michael Heizer, Nancy Holt, Matt Hope, Dennis Hopper, Fabrice Hybert, Jorg Immendorff, Robert Irwin, Jay Mark Johnson, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Per Kirkeby, Joseph Kosuth, Jannis Kounellis, Melissa Kretschmer, Gary Lang, Sol Le Witt, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Long, Robert Mapplethorpe, Teresa Margolles, Gordon Matta-Clark, Brice Marden, John McCracken, Mario Merz, John Millei, Issey Miyake, Robert Morris, Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Thomas Nozkowski, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Orlan, Helen Pashgian, Justin Pearce, Raymond Pettibon, Finnbogi Petursson, Larry Poons, Melanie Pullen, David Rabinowitch, Robert Rauschenberg, Klaus Rinke, James Rosenquist, Lisa Ruyter, Ulrich Ruckriem, Ed Ruscha, Erwin Redl, Martin Schoeller, Richard Serra, Hans-Christian Schink, Julian Schnabel, Santiago Sierra, Tony Smith, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Frank Stella, Robert Therrien, Cy Twombly, DeWain Valentine, Claude Viallat, Andy Warhol, Douglas Wheeler, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Wilson, Peter Wuthrich, Hiro Yamagata

Mary Corse, Untitled (White Multi Inner Band, Beveled), 2010, Glass Microspheres In Acrylic, 7 x 7 feet


Arcadia Fine Arts 51 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013 Tel 212-965-1387 Fax 212-965-8638


Steven Diamant, President; Michael Sincavage, Assistant Director Arcadia Gallery features contemporary, realist artists. Artists Represented Daniel Adel, Michael Chapman, Matthew Cornell, Peter Greaves, Jefferson Hayman, Michael Klein, Brad Reuben Kunkle, Malcolm T. Liepke, Robert Liberace, Jeremy Lipking, Francis Livingston, Julio Reyes, Paul Raymond Seaton, Steven Skollar, Daniel Sprick, Joseph Todorovitch, Victor Wang, Aron Wiesenfeld, Gary Weisman

Jeremy Lipking, Enchanting Depths, 2011, Oil on canvas, 40 x 70 inches

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Caldwell Snyder Gallery 341 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel: 415-392-2299 1328 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574 Tel: 707-200-5051



Susan Snyder, President; Christina Maybaum, Sales Director Established in 1983 in San Francisco, Caldwell Snyder Gallery specializes in 21st century American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, and limited-edition prints, including major American postwar and emerging contemporary artists. The gallery has developed a particular niche in introducing new collectors to European and Latin American painters and sculptors who have earned a following in their home countries but are rarely shown in the United States. Artists Represented Charles Arnoldi, Paul Balmer, Melissa Chandon, Doug Owen, Regina Saura, Douglas Schneider, Julie Speidel, James Wolanin

Charles Arnoldi, Underground, 2011, Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 inches


Charlie James Gallery 975 Chung King Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90012 Tel: 213-687-0844


Charlie James, Owner The focus of the Charlie James Gallery leans toward work that in some way questions, studies, or comments on issues of contemporary cultural significance. The gallery has invested in visual activists of international reputation such as Steve Lambert and such art world provocateurs as William Powhida. The gallery also features contemporary Persian art, representing two of the finest young artists of the Iranian diaspora: Ala Ebtekar and Taravat Talepasand. The gallery works with a number of outstanding contemporary feminist artists including Daniela Comani, Orly Cogan and Elisabeth Higgins-O’Connor.  We are dedicated to providing clients with private consultation relating to acquisition, presentation and archival management of artworks. Artists Represented William Powhida, Daniela Comani, Steve Lambert, Ala Ebtekar, Orly Cogan, Lizabeth Eva Rossof, Walter Robinson, Nery Gabriel Lemus

Daniela Comani, New Publications, 2010, Archival Pigment Print, 11 x 8 inches

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David Floria Gallery 525 East Cooper Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611 Tel: 970-544-5705 Fax: 970-544-9729


David Floria, Owner; Lissa Ballinger, Director David Floria Gallery exhibits contemporary art in all media by internationally known and emerging artists. Artists Represented Herbert Bayer, Richard Carter, Emmett Culligan, Woods Davy, Brad Durham, Michael Eastman, Betsy Eby, Caio Fonseca, Zaria Forman, Lynn Goldsmith, Jody Guralnick, Linda Girvin, John Huggins, Roberto Juarez, Robert Kelly, Ingrid Dee Magidson, Andrew Millner, Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison, Hunt Rettig, Jeffrey Robb, Peter Sarkisian, Joseph Scheer, Allison Stewart, James Surls and John Van Alstine

James Surls, I am with the Molecular Spine, 2011, Steel and oak, 77-1â „2 x 40 x 38 inches


David Klein Gallery 163 Townsend, Birmingham, MI 48009 Tel: 248-433-3700 Fax: 248-433-3702


David Klein, Owner; Christine Schefman, Director; Haley Roberts; Assistant Director The David Klein Gallery opened in 1990 with an interest in contemporary American and regional artists. An interest in post-war American art expanded the gallery’s program to include 20th century paintings and sculpture.  In addition to exhibiting modern masters, the gallery also features a yearly schedule of exhibitions with an emphasis on contemporary artists. We offer consultation services for both private and corporate collections. Artists Represented Charles Bell, Alexander Calder, Liz Cohen, Robert Cottingham, Caio Fonseca, Michael Goldberg, Ben Hall, Frederick Hammersley, Al Held, Lester Johnson, Conrad Marca-Relli, Clement Meadmore, Kim McCarty, John McLaughlin, Alyssa Monks, Brittany Nelson, Kelly Reemtsen, Victor Rodriguez, Richard Stankiewicz, Tom Wesselmann

Alexander Calder, Red, Blue and Black Cascade, 1974, Painted sheet metal and steel wire, 38 x 52 inches

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George Krevsky Gallery 77 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel: 415-397-9748 Fax: 415-397-9749


George Krevsky, Director; Lori Sottile, Assistant Director George Krevsky Gallery is located in the Union Square district of downtown San Francisco and specializes in 20th century American art in the figurative tradition including the Ashcan, Regionalist, Modernist, and Social Realist schools. Committed to showcasing art that documents cultural history, the gallery’s guiding philosophy is to make significant fine art accessible to all levels of collector. George Krevsky has been in the art business in San Francisco for more than 30 years and has been an active member and former board member of the San Francisco Art Dealers’ Association since 1996. Artists Represented Thomas Hart Benton, Helen Berggruen, Isabel Bishop, Arthur Dove, Ken Kalman, Jack Levine, Richard Lindner, Nathan Oliveira, Mary Robertson, Ben Shahn

Nathan Oliveira, Site Figure III, 1983, Oil on canvas, 36 x 27 inches


Gerald Peters Gallery 1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel: 505-954-5700 Fax: 505-954-5754 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY, 10075 Tel: 212-628-9760 Fax: 212-628-9635



Peter Marcelle, Director Gerald Peters Gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century American paintings, drawings, and sculpture, plus selected contemporary works. Â Artists Represented Gerald Peters Gallery represents the Estates of Max Weber, Gaston Lachaise, William Zorach, and Marguerite Zorach.

Marc Sijan, Kneeling, 2010, Polyester resin and oil paint, Life size

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Honor Fraser 2622 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034 Tel: 310-837-0191 Fax: 310-838-0191


Michelle Pobar, Director Honor Fraser is a contemporary art gallery located in Los Angeles that represents both emerging and established artists nationally and internationally working in a variety of media. Artists Represented Jeremy Blake, Sarah Cain, Rosson Crow, Gardar Eide Einarsson, AndrĂŠ Ethier, Gustavo Godoy, Tomoo Gokita, Alexandra Grant, Glenn Kaino, Tillman Kaiser, KAWS, Annie Lapin, Robert Lazzarini, Mark Licari, Erik Parker, David Ratcliff, Kenny Scharf, Phoebe Unwin, Brenna Youngblood

Annie Lapin, Landly Landly Landly!!!, 2011, Oil on canvas, 49-1/2 x 40 inches


Jenkins Johnson Gallery


521 West 26th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10001 Tel: 212-629-0707 Fax: 212-629-4255 • 464 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel: 415-677-0770 Fax: 415-677-0780 Karen Jenkins-Johnson, Principal; Teresa Kelley, Director

Jenkins Johnson Gallery was established in San Francisco in 1996, and in November 2005 opened the gallery’s second location in New York’s prestigious Chelsea art district. The gallery has been dedicated to the progression of representation in contemporary art. This strong focus manifests itself through the continued representation of emerging, mid-career, and established artists who practice in a variety of mediums including painting, photography, sculpture, video, glass, neon, and textiles. Both establishments continually deliver solo and group exhibitions curated with fresh ideas and original vibrant artwork that unabashedly observes and challenges the way we live and our environment. The gallery represents more than 25 artists and is proudly committed to giving them long term support in an international community of collectors, curators and writers. Artists Represented Nicolas Africano, Meghan Boody, Nathaniel Donnett, Lalla Essaydi, Tim Etchells, Scott Fraser, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Adia Millett, Julian Opie, Yigal Ozeri, Polixeni Papapetrou, Skip Steinworth, Francesca Sundsten, Felandus Thames

Julia Fullerton-Batten, Yellow Dress, 2011, C-print, 25 x 31 inches or 40 x 54 inches

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Jerald Melberg Gallery


625 South Sharon Amity Road, Charlotte, NC 28211 Tel: 704-365-3000 Fax: 704.365.3016 Jerald Melberg, Director

The nationally and internationally acclaimed artists represented by Jerald Melberg Gallery are chosen with extreme care as we seek to exhibit works of art that have a particular visual poetry, a spiritual quality and an inner integrity that transcend the everyday, regardless of being abstract, representational or realist. Artists Represented Charles Basham, Romare Bearden, Ernesto Berra, Christopher Clamp, Raul Diaz, Susan Grossman, Hans Hofmann, Wolf Kahn, Ida Kohlmeyer, Robert Kushner, Thomas McNickle, Robert Motherwell, Paul Resika, Manuel Reyna, James Rosati, Brian Rutenberg, Harold Shapinsky, Esteban Vicente

Thomas McNickle, Aspens In Low Light, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 30 inches


Lesley Heller Workspace 54 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002 Tel: 212-410-6120 Fax: 212-410-5340


Lesley Heller, Owner; Cecily Silberman, Paige Heller Lesley Heller Workspace highlights the work of emerging and underrepresented artists through a program of concurrent solo and curated exhibitions in two separate spaces within the gallery. The gallery acts as a forum for exploring the fundamental ideas, issues and concerns in contemporary art and as a launching point for these artists and their ideas. We seek to create a vibrant cross-generational dialogue about art and culture among collectors, curators, artists and critics. Artists Represented Deborah Brown, Ken Buhler, Elisabeth Condon, Michael Eade, Ming Fay, Brenda Garand, Nick Ghiz, Ron Gorchov, Catherine Howe, Nene Humphrey, Grace Knowlton, Tom Kotik, Dana Melamed, Loren Munk, Jim Osman, Lothar Osterburg, Claire Seidl, Drew Shiflett, Sara Sosnowy, Daniel Wiener

Catherine Howe, Proserpina (Lemony), 2010/2011, Oil on linen, 66 x 60 inches

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Leslie Sacks Contemporary Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Avenue B6 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel: 310-264-0640 Fax: 310 264-0740



Temma Nanas, Managing Director; Tyler Lemkin, Director Leslie Sacks Contemporary specializes in prints and works on paper by post-war and contemporary artists and works directly with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Robert Motherwell Estate (the Dedalus Foundation) and represents Gemini G.E.L. The gallery presents an exhibition program of significant Los Angeles-based contemporary artists including Guy Dill, Charles Christopher Hill and Ed Moses. Artists Represented Clytie Alexander, Charles Arnolldi, Donald Baechler, Christo, Chuck Close, Richard Diebenkorn, Guy Dill, Jim Dine, Charles Christopher Hill, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney, Jasper Johns Anish Kapoor, Marc Katano, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Moses, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, David Shapiro, Richard Serra, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, Manolo Valdes, Andy Warhol, Alex Weinstein

Ed Moses, Shue-Stroke, 2007, Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 60 inches


Louis Stern Fine Arts


9002 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Tel: 310-276-0147 Fax: 310-276-7740


Louis Stern, President/Owner; Marie Chambers, Director

The gallery’s exhibitions have provided a groundbreaking reinvestigation of important mid-20th century West Coast abstract painters. Hard-Edge painters Lorser Feitelson, Karl Benjamin and Helen Lundeberg have each been featured in extensive retrospective exhibitions.  Local legend Frederick Wight has also been presented in retrospective.  All these artists will be prominently featured in The Getty Museum’s Fall 2011 exhibition Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945 – 1980. In addition to the exhibition program, Louis Stern Fine Arts has had a long and successful involvement in the secondary market, with a special concentration in Impressionist, PostImpressionist, Modern and Latin American art.  Most recently, contemporary artists Knopp Ferro, Cecilia Miguez, Richard Wilson, Mark Leonard and Elizabeth Patterson have been featured in exhibition. Artists Represented Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson (estate), June Harwood, James Jarvaise, Roger Kuntz (estate), Mark Leonard, Helen Lundeberg (estate), Cecilia Z. Miguez, Leonard Nimoy, Elizabeth Patterson, Alfredo Ramos Martinez (estate), Frederick Wight (estate), Richard Wilson.

Karl Benjamin (b. 1925), #7, 1980, Oil on canvas, 72 x 48 inches

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Mike Weiss Gallery 520 West 24th Street, New York, NY Tel: 212-691-6899 Fax: 212-691-6877 Mike Weiss, Owner/Director Anna Ortt, Director April Calahan, Associate Director



Mike Weiss Gallery was founded in 2003 as an innovative worldwide showcase for the presentation and promotion of strong, visceral, and visionary contemporary art. The gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the work of ambitious contemporary artists at all levels of their careers and development. Artists Represented Trudy Benson, Kim Dorland, Stefanie Gutheil, Kaoruko, Will Kurtz, Hermann Nitsch, Yigal Ozeri, Marc SĂŠguin, Piet van den Boog, Christian Vincent, Liao Yibai

Kaoruko, Aroma Foot, 2010, Acrylic, screen printing and sumi on canvas, 72 x 101 inches


Museum Works Galleries


222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1850 Chicago, IL 60654 Tel: 847-612-0983 Fax: 312-464-1711 • Jordan Goodman; Robert Casterline Museum Works Galleries offers a wide range of art pieces from some of the top established and emerging artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Marcus Jansen, Mark Acetelli, Ilona Zaremba and Danielle Procaccio. The gallery specializes in artwork from 20th century masters and the finest contemporary pieces. A visit to Museum Works Galleries is like a visit to a museum, except that the art is for sale. Museum Works pieces can be found in collections around the world. With the ability to network with other galleries, dealers and brokers, MW Galleries also deals with estates, collectors and artists, enabling the acquisition of some of the most sought-after pieces in the world. MW Galleries also provides personal and corporate art consulting for investors and collectors. Artists Represented Danielle Procaccio, Sam Francis, David Gianfredi, Edgar Medina, Ilona Zaremba, Mark Acetelli, Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Charles Arnoldi, Donald Baechler, Roy Lichtenstein, Ryan McGinness, Vik Muniz

Sam Francis, Untitled, Tokyo Series, 1969, Acrylic on paper, 42 x 30-3/4 inches

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Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 Tel: 212-966-6676 Fax: 212-334-5078 Sique Spence, Director



Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in SoHo in 1972, among the first contemporary galleries downtown to show paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs, video, and installations. In October 2008, after more than 35 years in SoHo, the gallery moved to its new home at 520 West 27th Street in Chelsea, a light-filled space with majestically high ceilings and a sculpture garden. Ten years ago the gallery commenced an active and ongoing Projects Space gallery to showcase younger artists. The Projects program continues to grow and develop to introduce new artists to the gallery group and audience.  Each artist’s singleminded, obsessive commitment to a personal vision and the process by which that vision is realized links younger to more mature artists. Artists Represented Nicolas Africano, Linda Mieko Allen, Ilan Averbuch, Joan Bankemper, David Bierk, Carolyn Brady, Howard Buchwald, Colette Calascione, Mark Calderon, Timothy Cummings, Rupert Deese, Purdy Eaton, Don Eddy, Viola Frey, Michael Gregory, Gregory Halili, Katerina Lanfranco, Hung Liu, Lynn McCarty, Lucy Mackenzie, John Okulick, Frank Owen, Peter Plagens, Michele Pred, Richard Purdy, Joseph Raffael, Asya Reznikov, Bill Richards, Jesse Small, Jim Sullivan

Joseph Raffael, Flowers for Lannis, 2009, Watercolor on paper 42-1/4 x 44 inches


Peter Fetterman Gallery 2525 Michigan Ave, A1 Santa Monica, CA, 90404 Tel: 310-453-6463 Fax: 310-453-6959



Peter Fetterman, Owner; Paul Loya, Gallery Manager; Tricia Treaccar Born in London, Peter Fetterman has been deeply involved in the medium of photography for more than 30 years. Initially a filmmaker and collector, he set up his first gallery more than 20 years ago. He was one of the pioneer tenants of Bergamot Station, the Santa Monica Center of the Arts when it first opened in 1994. The gallery has one of the largest inventories of classic 20th century photography in the country particularly in humanist photography. Peter and his colleagues are committed to promoting the awareness and appreciation of the most powerful of mediums in an intimate, user-friendly salon environment. Artists Represented Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sebastiao Salgado, Ansel Adams, Annie Leibovitz, Willy Ronis, AndrĂŠ Kertesz, Len Prince, Chester Higgins Jr., Steve McCurry, Lillian Bassman, Jeffrey Conley

Annie Leibovitz, Philip Johnson, Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut, 2000, Archival Pigment Ink, 24 x 30 inches

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PHILIP LEXÏNG PROJECTS 57 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003 Tel: 917-544-9606 Fax: 212-979-5381


4500 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 300, Miami, FL 33137 Tel: 305-299-9732 Philip S. Xie, Director; Lexing Zhang, Director; Anthony Browne, Gallerist PHILIP LEXÏNG PROJECTS is dedicated to exhibiting unique talent in contemporary art, exhibiting works on the cutting edge of concept and technique. Artists Represented Quentin Shih, Ye Hongxing, Wang Xiaojin, Michael Swarbrick, Marjolein van Pagee, Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt, Nathan Ellis, Cui Xiuwen, Carlos Gayoso, David Tesinsky

Ye Hongxing (Chinese, 1972), Brilliant Color - Love Infatuation No. 8, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches (150 x 150 cm)


Richard Levy Gallery


514 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 Tel: 505-766-9888 Fax: 505-242-4279 Viviette Hunt, Director; Alexandra Strobel

Founded in 1991 in downtown Albuquerque, the gallery supports cutting-edge contemporary artists in all mediums. Based in the Southwest, we attract standout regional artists as well as national and international artists. Having established a strong national collector base, the gallery is expanding, attracting more international artists and collectors. The gallery is also an active publisher of contemporary prints and multiples by Thomas Barrow, James Casebere, Stanley Greenberg, David Levinthal, Wes Mills, Robert ParkeHarrison, Dean Bienvenido Ramos, Lorna Simpson, Lisa Solomon, Richard Tuttle, and Tom Waldron among others. The gallery is a participating partner in the International Symposium for Electronic Arts (ISEA) 2012. Artists Represented An anonymous artist, (late 20th century), Thomas Barrow, William Betts, Erika Blumenfeld, Constance DeJong, Saara Ekström, Charles Fresquez, Teo González, Anna Hepler, Jeff Kellar, Isa Leshko, Matthew McConville, Emi Ozawa, Scott Peterman, Manjari Sharma, Mary Tsiongas, Jennifer Vasher, Tom Waldron, James Westwater, Pablo Zuleta Zahr

Jeff Kellar, Wall Drawing #20 (orange), 2011, Resin and clay pigment on canvas, 48 x 36 inches, 121.9 x 91.4 cm

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Riva Yares Gallery


Riva Yares Gallery, 3625 Bishop Lane Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Tel: 480-947-3251 Fax: 480-947-4251 • 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel: 505-984-0330 Fax: 505-986-8661

Riva Yares, Owner; Dennis Yares, Director; Manuel Garcia, Assistant Director The Riva Yares Gallery opened in 1964 in Scottsdale, Arizona and added a second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1991. The gallery exhibits Modern and Contemporary artists of recognition, with 56 artists from 13 countries, and publishes three to four art catalogues and one book each year corresponding with major exhibitions. Aside from exhibitions, the gallery has worked in the placement of major works with several museums including The Phillips Collection, Denver Art Museum, Cantor Art Center, Toledo Art Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and others. In the last few years, the gallery has had major one-man exhibitions for Milton Avery, Hans Hofmann, Morris Louis, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Manuel Neri, Sean Cavanaugh and others. Artists Represented Arman, Milton Avery, Fletcher Benton, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Helen Frankenthaler, Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hofmann, Morris Louis, Manuel Neri, Jules Olitski, Esteban Vicente

Milton Avery, Sails in Sunset Sea, 1960, Oil on canvas, 72 x 52 inches


Robischon Gallery


1740 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202 Tel: 303-298-7788 Fax: 303-298-7799 •


Jim Robischon, Director; Jennifer Doran, Co-Director; Debra Malik Demosthenes, Gallery Manager

Denver’s Robischon Gallery has been producing monthly exhibitions of regional, national and international artists since 1976. Embracing the current pluralism in art, the exhibitions and artists represented purposefully address a wide range of stylistic and contextual concerns. Ongoing dialogues in the art world, such as the rise and impact of Chinese and Middle Eastern contemporary art, are often included in the thoughtful exhibition program. The gallery represents and exhibits a range of revered and groundbreaking artists such as Robert Motherwell, Christo, Robert Rauschenberg, Manuel Neri, Richard Serra, Judy Pfaff, Bernar Venet, Ann Hamilton, Jessica Stockholder and Zhang Xiaogang in tandem with midcareer and emerging artists of integrity and vision. Artists Represented Halim Alkarim, Bill Armstrong, Jack Balas, Liu Bolin, John Buck, Trine Bumiller, Chen Wenling, Dale Chisman, Christo, Xing Danwen, Gary Emrich, Linda Fleming, Chuck Forsman, Ann Hamilton, Wes Hempel, He Jian, Pu Jie, Kahn + Selesnick, Karen Kitchel, Jae Ko, Gary Komarin, David Kroll, Ted Larsen, Xiong Lijun, Lu Peng, Luo Brothers, Terry Maker, John McEnroe, Brad Miller, Robert Motherwell, Manuel Neri, Kevin O’Connell, Chi Peng, Judy Pfaff, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Jessica Stockholder, Sui Jianguo, Bernar Venet, Li Wei, Yu Fan, Zhang Dali, Zhang Xiaogang, Zhao Bo, David Zimmer

Xiong Lijun, Saturday Under The Sunshine, Oil on canvas, 63 x 79 inches

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Rosenbaum Contemporary 150 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431 Tel: 561-866-0807 Fax: 561-988-1884


Howard Rosenbaum, President; Marvin Rosenbaum, Lara Brooke Rosenbaum Contemporary is a premier fine art gallery featuring postwar, modern and contemporary masters. Artists Represented Donald Baechler, Bill Beckley, Fernando Botero, Jim Dine, Andres Ginestet, Cleve Gray, Thomas Hartmann, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Tom McKinley, Louise Nevelson

Robert Indiana, HOPE (Red/Blue), 2009, Painted Aluminum, 18 x 18 x 9 inches


Scott Nichols Gallery 49 Geary, Suite 415 San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel: 415-788-4641 Fax: 415-788-8438


Scott Nichols, Susan Friedewald, Alex Ramos The Scott Nichols Gallery is a fine art photography gallery located in downtown San Francisco, exhibiting a combination of classic, contemporary and emerging artists. Originally a private dealer since 1980, Nichols established the gallery in 1992. As experts of Group f/64 our main emphasis is on California photography including, Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunnigham, Edward Weston, Brett Weston, Ruth Bernhard and WIlliam Garnett. Artists Represented Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Ruth Bernhard, Horace Bristol, Wynn Bullock, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paul Caponigro, Imogen Cunningham, Edward S. Curtis, Monica Denevan, William Garnett, Rolfe Horn, Andre Kertesz, Mona Kuhn, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, Irving Penn, Eliot Porter, Philipp Scholz Ritterman, W. Eugene Smith, Paul Strand, George Tice, Carleton Watkins, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, and many others.      

Ansel Adams, Rear of Church, Cordova, New Mexico, 1938, Gelatin silver print, 15-1/4 x 19-1/4 inches (16 x 20 inches)

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Sundaram Tagore Gallery 547 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 Tel: 212-677-4520 Fax: 212-677-4521



9606 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA Tel: 310-278-4520 Fax: 310-278-4525 57-59 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel: +852-2581-9678 Fax: +852-2581-9673 Sundaram Tagore, President and Curator Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. We focus on developing exhibitions and hosting not-for-profit events that engage in spiritual, social and aesthetic dialogues. In a world where communication is instant and cultures are colliding and melding as never before, our goal is to provide venues for art that transcend boundaries of all sorts. With alliances across the globe, our interest in cross-cultural exchange extends beyond the visual arts into many other disciplines, including poetry, literature, performance art, film and music.

Tom Doyle, Kim Joon, Nathan Slate Joseph, Judith Murray, Sohan Qadri, Anil Revri, Hiroshi Senju, Merrill Wagner, Lee Waisler, Susan Weil, Robert Yasuda

Susan Weil, Flicker, 2008, Acrylic on canvas, 52 x 108 inches


Tayloe Piggott Gallery 62 S Glenwood St., PO Box 1435 Jackson Hole, Wyoming 83001 Tel: 307-733-0555 Fax: 307-733-0590


Tayloe Piggott, Owner; Carolyn Reeve, Associate Director Specializing in the exhibition and sale of post-war and contemporary art, Tayloe Piggott Gallery is committed to the promotion of emerging as well as mid-career and established artists. Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the gallery aims to enrich cultural dialogue, furthering both the appreciation and acquisition of contemporary art. Artists Represented Mari Andrews, Milton Avery, Ross Bleckner, John Buck, Squeak Carnwath, James Castle, Nicole Charbonnet, Dale Chihuly, Richard Diebenkorn, Kaidi Dunstan, Caio Fonseca, Helen Frankenthaler, Celia Gerard, John Gibson, Bernd Haussmann, Wolf Kahn, Lisa Kokin, Lance Letscher, Andrea Merrell, Joan Mitchell, Jockum Nordstrom, Thomas Ostenberg, Judy Pfaff, Mike Piggott, Christopher Romer, Jane Rosen, Doug and Mike Starn

Caio Fonseca, Fifth Street C05.9, 2005, Mixed media on canvas, 65 x 84 inches

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Timothy Yarger Fine Art


354 North Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel: 310-278-4400 Fax: 310-278-6771

Tim Yarger, Director; Elizabeth Yochim, Director of International Exhibitions and Special Projects; Mark Harris, Operations Manager Timothy Yarger Fine Art is grounded in the historic artwork of the modern masters and pop icons of the 20th century alongside established contemporary painters, print-makers and photographers. Each year the gallery mounts 10 – 15 major exhibitions and promotes scholarship, broad connoisseurship and public programming through collaboration with art historians, critics and museum professionals. Gallery services include fine art consulting, collections management and appraisal. Artists Represented Chul Hyun-Ahn, Pierre Marie Brisson, M.L Chiratorn, Chris Fox, Sam Francis, Zhenya Gershman, Basil Gogos, Wei Guangqing, Wang Guangyi, David Hockney, Lori Hyland, Ed Martin, Michele Mattei, Jim McHugh, Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, Louise Nevelson, Curtis Phillips, Robert Schefman, Xue Song, Linda Touby, Andy Warhol

Louise Nevelson, Untitled, 1976, Wood painted black, 95-1/2 x 39 x 24 inches


William Shearburn Gallery


4735 McPherson Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63108 Tel: 314-367-8020 Fax: 314-367-4010

William Shearburn, Owner; Katherine Rodway, Director William Shearburn Gallery focuses on modern and contemporary American artwork produced since the mid-20th century, with a strong focus on minimalist and Abstract Expressionist paintings, sculptures, prints and works on paper. The gallery represents many established artists of national and international reputation as well as a number of mid-career and emerging artists. Artists Anne Appleby, Donald Baechler, Caio Fonseca, James Drake, Joseph Havel, Bryan Hunt, Robert Kelly, Maya Lin, Tim Liddy, Andrew Millner, Robert Motherwell, Ken Noland, Ken Price, Donald Sultan, Bernar Venet

Ken Price, Marcel, 1999, Acrylic on fired ceramic, 10 x 9-1/2 x 7-1/4 inches

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William Siegal Gallery


540 S. Guadalupe, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel: 505-820-3300 Fax: 505-820-7733 •


William Siegal, Owner; Ylise Kessler, Director of Contemporary; Eric Garduno, Operations Manager

The William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe is a high-concept space that exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and artifacts alongside contemporary works of art. For more than 35 years, William Siegal has assembled the world’s largest collection of Andean textiles dating from 750 BC to the 19th century. Ceremonial objects and artifacts from Meso and South American cultures, ancient Chinese, Southeast Asian, African and Indonesian museum-quality pieces are also represented. The gallery is located in Santa Fe’s dynamic Railyard District, a major world arts destination. The stunning 5,000 square-foot gallery provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans 5,000 years and many cultures, while inspiring a new collecting sensibility: the old is new and the new is old; side-by-side they create exciting dialogs. Artists Represented Polly Barton, Paula Castillo, Carola Clift, Jane Cook, Arthur Drooker, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Karen Gunderson, Sam Hernandez, Peter Ogilvie, Diego Rivera, Paula Roland, Ali Silverstein, Signe Stuart, Tom Waldron, Judy Tuwaletstiwa

Veracruz Culture - W. Mexico, Seated High Priest, 400 - 800 AD, Terra- Cotta, 35 x 21-3/4 x 22 inches


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Acknowledgements I want to express my gratitude to the many individuals and organizations who have contributed to our second year growth and embraced and established ArtAspen as one of the city’s major cultural events. Rick Friedman Founder/Executive Director Mark Aiston Tim Anderson, City of Aspen Jon Larson, Aspen Ice Garden The Aspen Club and Spa Aspen Young Professionals Association David Chazen Maureen Poschman, Promo Inc. Leticia Henke, Aspen Magazine Laura Herman, Aspen Daily News Erin Noethen, Plum TV Janet O’Grady, Aspen Magazine Nancy Mayer, Aspen Sojourner Alex Halperin, Aspen Peak Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, Aspen Art Museum John Paul Schaefer, , Aspen Art Museum Cindy Lou Wakefield Eric Romano and Sarah Haselwood, Space Production Rich Ferrante, Hamptons Expo Group Marilyn Lew, Hamptons Expo Group Debra Scott, Hamptons Expo Group Noah Carter, Hamptons Expo Group Karyn Mannix, Hamptons Expo Group Senih Geray, St. Regis Luky Seymour, Aspen Mountain Club Jim Polep, Montecito Loft and Home 46

on VIeW noW Aspen Art MuseuM 590 north Mill street, Aspen

Haegue Yang: The Art and Technique of Folding the Land 2011 Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence

AAM Future HoMe east Hyman Avenue and south spring street, Aspen

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