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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS BiDDEr rEgiSTraTiON Opens at 11:00 am SiLENT aUCTiON 11:30 am – 1:45 pm LiVE aUCTiON Begins at 2:00 pm PiCNiC LUNCH 11:30 am – 1:30 pm $15 for adults; kids 12 and under eat free Continuous free Shuttle service from two Creeks parking lot off Owl Creek road. full color catalogs available at Anderson ranch and online at andersonranch.org/2012 auction. Over 250 pieces of artwork for sale in live and silent auctions. Artworks are available from $100 - $60,000, inviting art lovers of all levels to engage in art appreciation and collecting. Auction proceeds benefit the programs at Anderson ranch. inCludEd in thE auCtions arE works by: EnriquE MartínEz CElaya Chris Gustin PatriCk huGhEs

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Welcome to the third edition of ArtAspen Let this informative catalog serve as your guide to the third annual ArtAspen. This three day international fine art fair is the most significant art buying event of the year in Aspen. 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 have assembled 25 respected galleries from around the world, showing nearly $100 million in important mid 20th and 21st century art. Nearly a thousand art treasures are on display for viewing and sale, representing the best work of over 100 respected artists. By presenting this visually compelling experience, our goal is not only to establish ArtAspen as one of the cultural highlights of the Aspen summer season, but also to make it a must-see on the calendars of globe trotting art cognoscenti. ArtAspen is proud to have its Opening Night Preview benefit the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Total admission proceeds from Thursday’s Opening are donated to Anderson Ranch. We believe that by presenting a boutique fair, attendees will experience a more impactful, comprehensive and manageable show. To stimulate the art viewing process, we created a couple of dazzling events throughout the 3 days. I invite you to peruse the event schedule on the following pages. As the only major exclusive fine art fair in America in August 2012, ArtAspen generates remarkable national buzz. There are remarkable treasures for every collector. There’s no better time to invest in art. Enjoy the show! Sincerely, Rick Friedman Founder and Executive Director

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Table of Contents Arte Nova .......................................................... 9 Artist League Projects...........................................10 Cara Y Cabezas Contemporary............................11 Casterline | Goodman Gallery.............................12 Cavalier Galleries, Inc.........................................13 Charlie James Gallery..........................................14 De Buck Gallery..................................................15 Deborah Colton Gallery.......................................16 Duncan Miller Gallery.........................................17 Forre Floria Gallery............................................18 GALLERY M........................................................19 Gasiunasen Gallery.............................................20 Gerald Peters Gallery..........................................21 Linda Clarke Art..................................................22 ltd los angeles....................................................23 Mark Borghi Fine Art...........................................24 Nancy Hoffman Gallery.......................................25 Richard Levy Gallery...........................................26 Robischon Gallery...............................................27 The McLoughlin Gallery.......................................28 Thomas Paul Fine Art...........................................29 Timothy Yarger Fine Art.......................................30 William Siegal Gallery........................................31 Yares Art Projects................................................32 4


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SHOW HOURS Thursday............... August 2...................... 5-9pm Opening Preview Friday................... August 3................ 11am-7pm Saturday............... August 4................ 11am-7pm Sunday................. August 5................ 11am-6pm

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B16 VIP LOUNGE (UPSTAIRS)

CAFÉ & LOUNGE

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Arte Nova ..................................A5

De Buck Gallery.........................A7

Artist League Projects................B15

Deborah Colton Gallery.............B16

Cara Y Cabezas Contemporary......................A14

Duncan Miller Gallery...............B13

Casterline | Goodman Gallery..................A9

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Forre Floria Gallery.................A19 GALLERY M...............................A11

Cavalier Galleries, Inc...............B20

Gasiunasen Gallery...............B2/B4

Charlie James Gallery...............A17

Gerald Peters Gallery..................B7

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B5 COLLECTORS LOUNGE

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ENTRANCE

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Gino Miles, Installation................A1

The McLoughlin Gallery.............B17

Linda Clarke Art....................A4/B5

Thomas Paul Fine Art................B12

ltd los angeles..........................B15

Timothy Yarger

Mark Borghi Fine Art................B10

Fine Art.......................A18 /A16

Nancy Hoffman Gallery..............B9

William Siegal Gallery...........B6/B8

Richard Levy Gallery.................A13

Yares Art Projects..................B1/B3

Robischon Gallery.......................A3

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Special Events

Thursday, August 2, 5-9pm Join Aspen’s most glamorous art aficionados who are the first to view, reserve and acquire treasures before the fair opens to the public. Mingle with art world luminaries. Enjoy wine, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as you explore important works presented by prominent galleries from around the world. Meet renowned artist/ sculptor James Surls in the Linda Clark Art booth. All ticket proceeds from Thursday night benefit the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Hosted by Aspen Magazine.

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Friday, August 3, 2-3pm A conservation with Allison Greene Join special guest Alison de Lima Greene, Curator of Contemporary Art + Special Projects at the prestigious Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Gain insights into the world of curating art at a major art institution. Interviewed by Aspen Sojourner Editor, Michael Miracle

The Saturday Night Art Party Saturday, August 4, 5-7pm Hosted by Aspen Peak, in cooperation with the Aspen Institute, this super glam party toasts the young and upcoming art collectors of Aspen. Sip on fine wine alongside Aspen’s art cognoscenti as you explore the mesmerizing displays from 25 top-tier dealers. Embark on an inspirational artistic journey through the awe-filled exhibition. Join a guided tour of the fair by leading local artists. 8


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Arte Nova Vicolo dell’Oro 12R, Florence, Italy 50123 Tel +39 055 2396263 Fax +39 055 2396263 florence@brancolinigrimaldi.com Elisa Badii, Director

In 2000, Isabella Brancolini opened one of the first contemporary art galleries in Florence. The gallery showed a very contemporary program of photography, painting, installation, and video, exhibiting internationally at art fairs including Fiac, Arco, and Artissima. In 2005 Camilla Grimaldi joined the gallery, which became Brancolini Grimaldi Arte Contemporanea. To further broaden its reach the gallery opened a second space in the heart of Rome. The gallery’s program became more focused, specializing in photography and video, and truly seeking out contemporary artists who use photography as a means to an end, often pushing the medium past its typical preconceptions. The gallery actively seeks to produce and commission new works, helping artists to realize new, and often experimental projects. Artists Represented: Miles Aldridge, Steven Klein

Miles Aldridge, Room #2, Lambda Print, 26 x 40 inches, Edition of 10

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Artist League Projects 7600 West 27th Street, Ste. 225 Saint Louis Park, MN 55426 www.artistleague.com info@artistleague.com

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Edward Lentsch; Deborah Freeman; David Bonagurio Contemporary fine art. Artists Represented: Edward Lentsch, Daniel Stern, Coleman Miller, Barbara Roche, David Bonagurio, Becca Shewmake,

Edward Lentsch, Argumentum ad Hominem, 2011, Mixed media on canvas, 100 x 80 inches

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Cara Y Cabezas Contemporary

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1714 Holmes Street, Kansas City, MO 64108 Tel 816-332-6239 San Francisco, CA Tel 415-305-0938 www.caraandcabezas.com • gallery@caraandcabezas.com Paulo Acosta Cabezas, Director; Cara Megan Lewis, Curator and Consultant Cara Y Cabezas Contemporary is an international art gallery and curatorial service, representing acclaimed and emerging artists. Featured at Art Aspen are the works of Rita Blitt, who creates across mediums from works on paper and canvas to small scale and monumental sculpture. Blitt has installed over forty-five monumental sculptures up to sixty feet in height, and has had over seventy solo exhibitions. Her art, including films, has been seen around the world. Artists Represented: Rita Blitt, international, award-winning painter/ sculptor/filmmaker

Rita Blitt, Joy of Life, 1997, Acrylic on paper, 22 x 30 inches

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Casterline | Goodman Gallery 1046 W. Fulton Market St., Chicago, State 1, IL 60607 Tel 312-464-1711

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605 E. Cooper Avenue (Opening December 2012), Aspen, CO 81611 Tel 970-948-0393 www.casterlinegoodman.com • info@casterlinegoodman.com Jordan Goodman; Robert Casterline Specializing in post-war & contemporary art, Casterline | Goodman remains committed to innovatively showing first-tier original artworks from the 20th and 21st century. The gallery has and continues to show original paintings, sculptures and drawings by established artists including; Alexander Calder, Joseph Cornell, Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Francis, Andy Warhol, Alex Katz, Gerhard Richter, Carl Andre, Ed Ruscha, Richard Prince, David Salle, Donald Baechler, Jean-Michel Basquiat and many others. Casterline | Goodman Gallery’s strong presence in the global art community enables the gallery to place artworks in established private, corporate and institutional collections. The gallery currently has locations in Chicago, IL and will be opening this fall in Aspen, CO. Artists Represented: David Salle, Joseph Cornell, Donald Baechler, Ed Ruscha, Carl Andre, Richard Prince, Sam Francis, Charles Arnoldi, Willem de Kooning, John Chamberlain, John McCracken, Jim Dine, Ryan McGinness, Vik Muniz, Yoshitomo Nara, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Tom Wesselmann

Keith Haring, Untitled (Two Dancing Figures), 1989, Painted aluminum, 18 x 24 x 17 inches

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Cavalier Galleries, Inc. 405 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830 Tel 203-869-3664 Fax 203-869-3704

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34 Main Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 Tel 508-325-4405 www.cavaliergalleries.com • art@cavaliergalleries.com Ron Cavalier, Owner/President; Lindsay Ebanks, Director Cavalier Galleries, Inc. (Est. 1986) offers fine painting, sculpture, and photography at two premier exhibition spaces in Greenwich, Connecticut and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Cavalier Galleries prides itself on its varied collection, exhibiting works ranging from the traditional and representational to modern and contemporary. From emerging young talent to those who have achieved an important place in the history of art, our artists continue to provide us with extraordinary works that we are proud to share with our visitors and collectors. The gallery curates year round special exhibitions exploring historical and contemporary themes, as well as surveying the work of individual artists. Artists Represented: Hans Hofmann, George McNeil, Reuben Nakian, Wolf Kahn, Jim Rennert, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Richard Erdman, Bruno Lucchesi, Daniel E.Greene, William Harrison, Steve Hawley, Frank Corso, Henry Coupe, Jay Davenport, Scott Duce, Simon Levenson, Robert Zappalorti, Steve McCurry, Harry Benson

Hans Hofmann, Portrait, 1937, Oil on panel, 24 x 18 inches

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Charlie James Gallery 969 Chung King Rd, Los Angeles, CA, 90012 Tel 213-687-0844 Fax 213-687-8815 www.cjamesgallery.com info@cjamesgallery.com

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Charlie James, Owner/Director The Charlie James Gallery formed in 2008 and had its first show in November of 2008 in its original Chinatown, Los Angeles location @ 975 Chung King Rd. In March of 2012 the gallery moved into the original Peres Projects space @ 969 Chung King Rd, where it remains today. The gallery’s focus leans toward content-based work that in some way questions, studies, or comments on issues of contemporary cultural significance. The gallery is committed to collaborating on a long-term basis with its select roster of emerging & mid-career artists through museum-quality exhibitions as well as through domestic and international art fairs. In addition, guest-curated exhibitions are featured, thus providing a venue for critical discourse and context between invited and gallery-represented artists. Artists Represented: William Powhida, Steve Lambert, Daniela Comani, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor, Michelle Andrade, Richard Kraft, Ala Ebtekar, Andrew Lewicki, Eske Kath

Alex Schaefer, Bank of America Venice, 2012, Oil on canvas, 28 x 22 inches

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De Buck Gallery 511 W 25th Street, Suite 502, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-255-5735 www.debuckgallery.com info@debuckgallery.com

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David De Buck, President; Kathryn Mc Sweeney, Sales; Arielle Caruso, Director; Jennifer Wolf, Registrar; Allison Omark, Assistant De Buck Gallery’s artist roster reflects the most intriguing developments in the international art scene, ranging from street art, as practiced by Zevs and XOOOOX, to the Minimalist tendencies of artists like John Clement and Regine Schumann. These artists build upon the legacy of the late twentieth-century artists who first developed these genres, while creating unquestionably contemporary works of art. The intersection of technology and art is also a prime area of interest for De Buck Gallery, as evidenced by Hans Kotter’s LED light sculptures and Ruby Anemic’s neon works. In the last year, the gallery has hosted exhibitions featuring Jane Manus’ dynamic geometric sculptures of varying sizes, Ruby Anemic’s witty and provocative text-based works, while publishing extensive catalogues of work by Manus, Kotter, and Zevs. Artists Represented: Ruby Anemic, Dieter Balzer, John Clement, David Drebin, Daniela Edburg, Dion Johnson, Hans Kotter, Jane Manus, Regine Schumann, FC Sofia, William Sweetlove, XOOOOX, Zevs

Hans Kotter, Tunnel View - Rectangle, Down Under, 2012, Plexiglas, mirror, metal, color-changing LED lights and remote control, 23 1/2 x 35 1/2 x 9 inches

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Deborah Colton Gallery

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2445 North Boulevard, Houston, TX 77098 Tel 713-869-5151 Fax 713-869-9592 www.deborahcoltongallery.com, www.outpostnycdcg.com info@deborahcoltongallery.com

Deborah M. Colton, Managing Director; Theresa Escobedo, Associate Director; Eloise Frischkorn, Associate Director; Jessica Crute, Gallery Assistant; Andrew De Leon, Operations Manager Deborah Colton Gallery is an innovative showcase of strong historical and visionary contemporary artists world-wide who work in mediums of painting, works on paper, sculpture, video, photography, performance, conceptual future media and public installations. In addition to the Gallery’s stable of artists, Deborah Colton Gallery provides consultative services both nationally and internationally to individuals, corporations and institutions so they can start to acquire specific works through a comprehensive program of collecting. Featured is internationally acclaimed Russian artist, Oleg Dou, and American artist David Graeve, whose installation was throughout the campus of the Aspen Institute for the 2012 Aspen Ideas Festival. Artists Represented: Lowell Boyers, Mark Bradford, Rania Daniel, Roberto Del Rio, Mark Dell’Isola, Oleg Dou, Mary Beth Edelson, Molly Gochman, Matthew Grabelsky, David Graeve, Paul Horn, Sharon Kopriva, Jean Daniel Lorieux, Michael Macedo-Meazell, Jonas Mekas, Angelbert Metoyer, Michael Rees, Frank Rodick, Jay Rusovich, Alfredo Scaroina, Maryann Strandell, Olga Tobreluts, Javier de Villota

Oleg Dou, Batman from Toystory series, 2008 printed 2012, C-print face mounted with acrylic, Edition 2/6, 47.2 x 47.2 inches (120 x 120cm)

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Duncan Miller Gallery 2525 Michigan Ave, Unit A7 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel 310-453-1111

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Duncan Miller Projects,10959 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034 www.duncanmillergallery.com info@duncanmillergallery.com Daniel Miller, Director Specialist in classic and contemporary photographic artworks. Artists Represented: Ray Atkeson, Robert Doisneau, Elliot Erwitt, Ernst Haas, Roman Loranc, Chris McCaw, Frank Paulin.

Ray Atkeson, Powder, 1940s, Silver gelatin vintage photograph, 8 x 10 inches

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Forre Floria Gallery Aspen Location: 426 East Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Tel 970-544-1607 Fax 970-544-1608

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Vail Location: 141 E Meadow Drive, Suite 203, Vail, CO 81657 Tel 970-476-0999 Fax 970-476-0555 www.forrefineart.com info@forrefineart.com Anna ForrĂŠ, Director Artists Represented: Victoria Adams, Jhina Alvarado, Jeffrey Batchelor, Herbert Baye, Mahi Binebine, Pierre Brisson, John Buck, Josh Chalom, Stephanie Chubbuck, Laura Schiff Bean, Marc Chagall, Ashley Collins, Salvador Dali, Woods Davy, Edgar Degas, Jim Dine, Betsy Eby, Caio Fonseca, Josh George, Yossi Gorvin, Jylian Gustlin, Robert Indiana, Jamali, Robert Kelly, Judith Kindler, Edward Lentsch, Lynda Lowe, Edouard Manet, Matisse, Ricardo Mazal, Andrew Millner, Joan Miro, Kenna Moser, Josepha Muche, Pablo Picasso, Pissaro, Pierre Renoir, Tamara Robertson, Joseph Scheer, Micheal Schultheis, Paul Signac, Hunt Slonem, Julie Speidel, Allison Stewart , James Surls, Gustavo Torres, Bertil Vallien, Andy Warhol, Ann Wolff, Udo Zembok

Robert Kelly, Thicket Assemblage XV, 2012, Oil/mixed media on canvas, 80 x 64 inches

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GALLERY M 180 Cook St. Suite 101, Denver, CO 80206 Tel 303-331-8400 Fax 303-331-8522 www.gallerym.com aspen12@gallerym.com

Myrna Hayutin, Director; Mason Hayutin, Director - Specialist Since 1996, GALLERY M’s fine artists, photographers and sculptors have been recognized nationally and internationally for their significance and contribution to fine art. Howard Schatz, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Margaret Bourke-White, Andreas Feininger, Horst. P. Horst, Charles Dwyer Jr., Alex Guofeng Cao, Robert Kaupelis, David Phelps, Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen, and Francois Gilot come to mind. The gallery is specifically recognized for our expertise in 20th & 21st century photography (vintage, later and modern prints) with an emphasis on photojournalism, fashion and social documentation. Our specialists have personally worked with Alfred Eisenstaedt, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse, John Loengard, Howard Schatz, Alex Guofeng Cao, Regina Saura, David Phelps, Peck Slip Studios, Walter Rosenblum, Neil Ulevich, Peter Tunney and Allen Birnbach. We look forward to working with you at the show, online or by appointment. Artists Represented: Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen, Alex Guofeng Cao

Alex Guofeng Cao, Westin Nude vs. Westin Pepper, 2012

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Gasiunasen Gallery 400 Hisbiscus Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 Tel 561-820-290 arijart@bellsouth.net

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Gallery owner- Artij Gasiunasen Located just off Worth Ave. in prestigious Palm Beach. Founded in 1989 Gasiunasen Gallery offers a variety of museum-quality pieces. The gallery offers artworks from some well-known artists such as Picasso, Chagall and Matisee, as well as Fernando Botero. The gallery predominately showcases pre-owned masterpieces, but also exclusively represent various local artists. Artists Represented: Arman, Karel Appel, Milton Avery, Fernando Botero, Deborah Butterfield, Salvador Dali, Robert Graham, Red Grooms, Robert Longo, Sally Michel, Pablo Picasso, Larry Rivers, Hunt Slonem, Rufino Tamayo, Boaz Vaadiaa, Francisco Zuniga

Jim Dine, The March Towards Alder, 2011, Acrylic, charcoal and sand on linen, 48 x 42 inches

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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 124 East El Paso Street, Marfa, Texas www.gpgallery.com metherington@gpgallery.com

Mary Etherington, Director; Evan Feldman; Abby Von Schlegell; Kevin Lamoreaux Since its establishment in the late 1980’s, the Contemporary Department at Gerald Peters Gallery has devoted itself to the discovery, exhibition, and sale of the finest in contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and works on paper. We currently represent emerging and established artists from throughout the globe. Each year, we embark on an ambitious year-round program of group and solo exhibitions, which invite audiences to experience the diversity of artists who share proficiency, whatever their chosen medium. Artists Represented: Peri Schwartz, Clifford Smith, John Gibson, Susan Schwalb, Julie Speed, Dan Rizzie, Peigi Cole-Jolliffe, Aaron Morgan Brown, Bale Creek Allen, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Tom Birkner, Peter Roux, Carol Mothner, Robin Reynolds, Darren Vigil Gray, Will Clift, Kazuma Oshita, Karen Kitchel, Albert Paley, Buff Elting and others.

Carol Mothner, Dog Pencils, 2012,Carved Graphite, 6 7/8 x 1/2 x 1/4 inch each

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Linda Clarke Art 5502 Island Breeze Dr., Houston, TX 77041 Tel 713-254-2998/713-254-2092 www.jamessurls.com jclarke@jamessurls.com

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Linda Guiberteau Clarke, Agent; James M. Clarke, CEO Linda Clarke Art exclusively represents internationally known artist James Surls. Artists Represented: James Surls

James Surls, Standing Knife, Pinon, and Morning Glory, 2009, Bronze, mahogany and stainless steel, 126 x 46 x 58 inches

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ltd los angeles 7561 Sunset Blvd., #103, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Tel 323-378-6842 www.ltdlosangeles.com • ltd@ltdlosangeles.com

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Shirley Morales, Owner; Melissa Tolar, Gallery Manager; Allison Arkush, Gallery Associate; Jordan McSpadden, Gallery Associate The focus at ltd los angeles is on lateral practices, on a horizontality where embracing multifarious mediums expands conceptual boundaries. Dialogue is a key critical component and exhibit-specific texts expand the realm of discourse beyond the gallery’s white walls. Andrew Berardini, Julian Bismuth, Lee Weng Choy, Michael Ned Holte, Thomas Lawson, Leigh Markopoulos, Bartholomew Ryan, Catherine Taft, and Jan Tumlir are among those who have contributed text. In Fall 2011, ltd los angeles inaugurated ltd presents…, a specifically dedicated space within the gallery to realize practice-based projects independent of the commercial gallery schedule and context. Shirley Morales founded Hollywood Hills House, an international artist’s residency. ltd los angeles continues to foster opportunities for artists, writers and curators to interface with Los Angeles’ diverse landscape through the contemporary gallery system by collapsing the boundaries between local and global arts practices. Artists Represented: Lucas Ajemian, Patricia Fernández, Rachel Foullon, Mariah Garnett, Johan Grimonprez, Brian Kennon, Anton Lieberman, Maha Saab, Pablo Sigg, Jan Van Imschoot, Michael Williams, Adrian Wong

Lucas Ajemian, Laundered Painting (26 x 23) I, 2012, Painting on canvas, 26 x 23 inches

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Mark Borghi Fine Art 52 E 76th Street, New York, NY 10021 Tel 212-439-6425

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2426 Main St., Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Tel 631-537-7245 255 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, FL 33480 www.borghi.org • mark@borghi.org Mark Borghi, Owner; Sarah Kennedy Mark Borghi Fine Art specializes in American Post-War Art maintaining a strong inventory of the New York School as well as European modern and Contemporary art. Artists Represented: Ed Moses, Alexander Calder, George Condo, Juame Plensa, Alex Katz, Saul Steinberg, Joan Mitchell, David Smith, Ed Ruscha, Eric Fischl

Ed Moses, R+B, 2012, Acrylic on canvas, 38 inches in diameter

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Nancy Hoffman Gallery

520 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-966-6676 Fax 212-334-5078 www.nancyhoffmangallery.com • info@nancyhoffmangallery.com Nancy Hoffman, Owner; Sique Spence, Director; Chris Watson, Associate Director

Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in SoHo in 1972, among the first contemporary galleries downtown. In October 2008 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 Nancy Hoffman Gallery commenced an active and on-going Projects Space gallery to showcase younger artists. The Projects program continues to grow and develop, introducing new artists to the gallery group and audience. Artists Represented: Nicolas Africano, Linda Mieko Allen, Ilan Averbuch, Joan Bankemper, 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, Frank Owen, Peter Plagens, Michele Pred, Richard Purdy, Joseph Raffael, Asya Reznikov, Bill Richards, Jesse Small, Jim Sullivan

Michael Gregory, Murietta, 2011, Oil on canvas/panel, 72 x 60 inches

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Richard Levy Gallery 514 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 Tel 505-766-9888 Fax 505-242-4279 www.levygallery.com • info@levygallery.com

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Richard Levy, Owner; Viviette Hunt, Director; Lauren Greenwald Position The Richard Levy Gallery program is comprised of contemporary art of all mediums by emerging and established regional, national, and international artists. Founded in 1991 in downtown Albuquerque, NM, Richard Levy Gallery fosters a mission to support cutting edge artists in all media. Based in the Southwest, we attract stand out regional artists as well as artists from a national and international spread. The gallery shows six to eight gallery exhibitions per year and participates in selected art fairs (most recently Art Miami, Palm Beach Fine Art Fair, and PULSE New York). Having established a strong international collector base, Richard Levy Gallery provides a unique art experience for artists, art dealers, collectors, critics, and art enthusiasts as a beacon for contemporary art in the Southwest. Richard Levy Gallery is a participating partner in ISEA 2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness this September. Artists Represented: William Betts, John Chervinsky, Constance DeJong, Jenna Kuiper, Heidi Lender, Isa Leshko, Matthew McConville, Emi Ozawa, Davis poppie, Manjari Sharma, Oriane Stender, Mary Tsiongas, Jennifer Vasher, Tom Waldron

Matthew McConville, Blow, 2012, Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 inches, 101.6 x 76.2 cm

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Robischon Gallery 1740 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202 Tel: 303-298-7788 Fax: 303-298-7799 robischongallery.com • mail@robischongallery.com

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Jim Robischon, Director; Jennifer Doran, Co-Director; Debra Malik Demosthenes, Gallery Manager Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado, 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 consistently included in the thoughtful and wide-ranging exhibition program. Similarly, Robischon Gallery represents artists of caliber including Judy Pfaff, Ann Hamilton, Bernar Venet and Manuel Neri. Robischon Gallery was the first gallery in the U.S. region to exhibit and mount solo exhibitions for revered and ground-breaking artists such as Robert Motherwell, Christo, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra and Zhang Xiaogang in tandem with exhibiting mid-career and emerging artists of integrity and vision. Artists Represented: Judy Pfaff, Linda Fleming, Dirk De Bruycker, Reed Danziger, Ted Larsen, Lisa Stefanelli, Terry Maker, Derrick Velasquez, Katy Stone, Tyler Beard, Jae Ko, Jessica Stockholder, Halim Al Karim, Christian Van Minnen, Yu Fan, Chi Peng, David Zimmer

Reed Danziger, Downburst, Oil, pencil, pigment, shellac on paper on panel

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The McLoughlin Gallery 49 Geary St., Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-986-4799 www.mgart.com info@mgart.com

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Joan McLoughlin, Owner/Gallerist The McLoughlin Gallery is an approachable, inviting gallery with a social conscience. The main focus of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing established European contemporary artists and local emerging artists while giving back to the community. Artists Represented: Daniel Healey, John Waguespack, Cristobal Valecillos

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Cristobal Valecillos, Installation View, 2012, Reclaimed cardboard and paper

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Thomas Paul Fine Art 7270 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Tel 323-525-0444 Fax 323-525-0448 www.tpaulfineart.com

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Thomas Paul, Owner/Director Specialists in important 20th/21st century and Contemporary American and European Art. For Thomas Paul, 2012 marks the 41st year in the business of selling and acquiring fine paintings, drawings, photography and works on paper. Since 1976, Thomas Paul Fine Art has been a significant part of the growing Los Angeles art community, and has enjoyed an excellent reputation as a member of the elite network of private dealers. Thomas Paul Fine Art is committed to assisting our clientele in all aspects of their collecting requirements, whether it is a decorative need or the acquisition of a historically significant painting, sculpture or print. Our philosophy continues to be that of building long term, mutually beneficial relationships with our clients. This viewpoint has helped us construct both large and small collections at fair prices to our patrons. We are dedicated to providing the highest standards of ethics, connoisseurship and scholarship in the business. Artists Represented: Gino Miles, Jasper Johns, John Baeder, Judy Dater, Claes Oldenburg, David Hockney, Paul Jenkins, Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, Ralph Goings, William Nichols, Herb Jackson, Gayle Donahue, and others

Gino Miles, Encircled, 9 x 10.5 x 9 feet

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Timothy Yarger Fine Art 354 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel 310-278-4400 Fax 310-278-6771 www.yargerfineart.com info@yargerfineart.com

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Bangkok Office 5th Floor Nai Lert Tower, 2/4 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel 02.665.0882 Tim Yarger, Director; Elizabeth Yochim, Director of International Exhibits and Special Projects; Stephanie Chefas, Operations Manager Timothy Yarger is grounded in the historic artwork of the modern masters and pop icons of the 20th century alongside established contemporary painters, printmakers, and photographers. Each year the gallery mounts major exhibitions and promotes scholarships, broad connoisseurship and public programming through collaborations through art historians, critics and museum professionals. Gallery services include fine art consulting, collections management and appraisals. Artists Represented: Chul Hyun-Ahn, Hebru Brantly, Pierre Marie Brisson, Carole Feuerman, Chris Fox, Sam Francis, Zhenya Gershman, Basil Gogos, Yossi Govrin, David Hockney, Lori Hyland, Michele Mattei, Jim McHugh, Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, Louise Nevelson, Udo Noger, Curtis Phillips, Robert Schefman, Linda Touby

Carole Feuerman, Survival of Serena, 2010, Oil and resin, 38 x 84 x 32 inches

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William Siegal Gallery 540 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-820-3300 Fax 505-820-7733 www.williamsiegal.com info@williamsiegal.com William Siegal, Owner; Eric Garduño, Director; Thomas Trudeau, 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: Machaca de Aquino, Polly Barton, Paula Castillo, Arthur Drooker, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Raphaelle Goethals, Karen Gunderson, David Henderson, Sam Hernandez, Joanne Lefrak, Peter Ogilvie, Diego Rivera, Paula Roland, Signe Stuart, Tom Waldron, Judy Tuwaletstiwa

Marañon Culture - Ecuador, Couple, 300 BC - 100 AD, Terra-Cotta, (m), 18.25 x 10.75 x 4.25 inches (f) 15.25 x 8.5 x 4 inches

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Yares Art Projects 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-984-0044 Fax 505-984-0047 www.yaresartprojects.com contact@yaresartprojects.com

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Dennis Yares, Owner; Manuel Garcia, Director Yares Art Projects is a multi-faceted entity within the spectrum of the arts. The primary focus is the representation and exhibition of paintings, drawings, and sculpture. The Gallery exhibits major works by Abstract Expressionist and Color Field artists of historical significance; Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Morris Louis, Joan Mitchell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Esteban Vicente. The Milton Avery Estate is represented by Yares Art Projects. The Gallery also exhibits various innovative artists utilizing diverse mediums such as gilded glass, cast ployurethane, marble, found objects, cor-ten steel and video. Yares Art Projects is also involved in art book publishing, music performance, and motion picture. Artists Represented: Milton Avery, Norman Bluhm, Byron Browne, Sean Cavanaugh, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Friedel Dzubas, Rico Eastman, Douglas Kent Hall, Hans Hofmann, Morris Louis, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Esteban Vicente

Milton Avery, Sails in Sunset Sea, 1960, oil on canvas, 72 x 54 inches

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