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July 13-15, 2012 Sculpture Fields at Nova’s Ark Bridgehampton, NY

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Welcome to the 5th Edition of ArtHamptons This year we celebrate and pay homage to the Hamptons longstanding tradition as an area renowned for the creation and patronage of art. As such, the ArtHamptons 2012 theme is the centenary of legendary Springs painter, Jackson Pollock. Upon entering the lobby, you have stepped onto a replica of the now famous drip paint stained floor of his art studio, which is a national landmark. Important photos and replica paintings (from the 2000 award winning movie “Pollock”) grace our lobby. This 3 day fine art fair, plus memorable Opening Night, is by far the most significant art buying event on Long Island and traditionally one of the highlights of the Hamptons social and cultural summer season. What’s New

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We present to you 77 local, national and international dealers with galleries participating from 10 countries. Select from 3,000 significant works of arts, representing the finest work of 400 notable artists. Our galleries are showcasing some of the finest post-war and contemporary art on the market today. Our long list of special events includes meeting this years’ honorees. We are pleased to present acclaimed artist Ed Moses with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Legendary Hollywood comic/actor/art pioneer and collector Cheech Marin is awarded this years Arts Patron of the Year. Venerable photographer Michael Childers is our Honorary Guest Photographer. We present several installation of note. As you enter the fair, you will see the now famous college photos of President Barrack Obama in an exhibition entitled, “Barrack Obama: The Freshman + 1” presented by Mark Borghi Fine Art. Marilyn Dintenfass’s huge front wall mural is presented by Babcock Galleries. Take time to visit the dramatic Boris Lurie exhibition, presented by his eponymous Art Foundation and Westwood Gallery. ArtHamptons, as always, is philanthropic. Opening night gate benefits LongHouse Reserve. On Friday day, the gate is dedicated to Guild Hall. Friday night’s soiree, “Pollock at 100: a Centennial Celebration” benefits the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center. On Saturday, we contribute to the Empire State Pride Agenda and their 20th Hamptons Tea Dance, as well as the important East End Hospice. ArtHamptons offers you a broad spectrum of media ranging from 1950 to present. There are wonderful 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 ACA Galleries............................................. 12 Aicon Gallery............................................. 13 Alicia David Contemporary Art................... 18 Anelle Gandelman Fine Art......................... 14 Anita Shapolsky Art Gallery & AS Art Foundation................................... 16 Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts/ Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery...................... 19 ARC Fine Art LLC........................................ 22 Arcadia Gallery.......................................... 20 Arch 402 | Joanna Foster Fine Art.............. 21 Art Link International................................. 24 Artist League Projects................................. 25 Axiom Contemporary................................. 26 Babcock Galleries...................................... 27 Big Eye Gallery LLC.................................... 28 Birnam Wood Galleries............................... 30 Bruce Lurie Gallery.................................... 29 Cade Tompkins Projects.............................. 32 Capital Culture........................................... 34 CenterSpace.............................................. 38 Cynthia Corbett Gallery.............................. 36 Danziger Gallery....................................... 40 Edgar Modern............................................ 42 element 6 arts........................................... 39 Eli Klein Fine Art........................................ 44 Emmanuel Fremin Gallery.......................... 46 Envie d’Art Galleries.................................. 45 Evan Lurie Gallery..................................... 48 Galerie LuCo.............................................. 49 Galerie ROCCIA.......................................... 52 Gallery Sam.............................................. 50 Gallery Tableau......................................... 51 George Krevsky Gallery............................. 54 Gerald Peters............................................. 55 J. Lohmann Gallery................................... 56 Jackson Fine Art........................................ 58 Jason McCoy Gallery.................................. 59 June Kelly Gallery..................................... 60 kasia kay art projects gallery..................... 62 Katharina Rich Perlow Fine Arts.................. 63 4

KIWI Arts Group, Presented by Birnam Wood Galleries............................ 64 km contemporary...................................... 61 Louis K. Meisel/Daniel Dens Studio............. 65 Madison Gallery........................................ 66 Manifold Editions....................................... 68 Mark Borghi Fine Art................................. 69 McNeill Art Group...................................... 70 Michael H. Lord Gallery.............................. 71 Modernbook Gallery.................................. 74 Museum Works Galleries............................ 72 NAC Gallery............................................... 75 Nova’s Ark Project..................................... 76 Oxenberg Fine Art..................................... 77 Parker’s Box.............................................. 78 Peter Marcelle Gallery............................... 79 Portico New York, Inc................................. 81 Peter Mendenhall Gallery........................... 80 Quantum Contemporary Art....................... 82 Realism Fine Art Gallery............................. 84 Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery...................... 83 Retrospect................................................. 88 Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery............ 86 Samuel Owen Gallery................................ 89 Sous Les Etoiles Gallery.............................. 90 Tao Water Art Gallery................................. 92 Thomas Paul Fine Art Art of the New America........................... 91 Throckmorton Fine Art............................... 94 Tulla Booth Gallery.................................... 95 United Gallery........................................... 96 Universal Limited Art Editions..................... 97 Vicky David Gallery................................. 100 Villa del Arte Galleries................................ 98 Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc...................... 102 Weber Fine Art.......................................... 99 Westwood Gallery NYC............................. 104 Woolff Gallery......................................... 105 Yares Art Projects..................................... 106 Young Art Gallery.................................... 107 Zemack Contemporary Art....................... 108

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SHOW HOURS Friday.......... July 13...... 11am-8pm Saturday...... July 14...... 11am-6pm Sunday........ July 15...... 11am-6pm ArtHamptons is produced by HAMPTONS EXPO GROUP 631-283-5505 ArtHamptons 2012 | 5


SPECIAL EVENTS PRETTY PEOPLE:

SPECIAL EVENTS Opening Night, July 12, 5:30-8pm

JACK THE DRIPPER Our platinum and VIP cardholders will have the opportunity to drip paint on a huge canvas as they enter the fair’s lobby. Everyone becomes Jack the he Dripper, adding their creative energy to this powerful, multi-artist colorful painting. This art work will be displayed throughout the 3 day event. As fairgoers enter, they will step upon an replica of the now famous paint–stained floor in his Springs art studio. The ArtHamptons lobby is filled with 1950’s photos of artist Jackson Pollock painting in his studio and 2 large replica drip paintings that appeared in the 2000 award-winning movie, “Pollock” (one painted by the film’s director and star, Ed Harris). Guest speaker: Friday, July 13, 3-4pm – VIP Lounge

Gail Levin

Join popular art historian, biographer, curator and distinguished professor Gail Levin as she discusses “Lee and Jack.” Includes signing of her most recent book, Lee Krasner: A Biography. Dr. Levin’s other titles include, Becoming Judy Chicago, Edward Hopper, an Intimate Biography, and Edward Hopper: a Catalogue Raissonne.  

CHEECH’S

Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree Meet legendary painter Ed Moses Saturday, July 14, 1-2pm – VIP Lounge View his Public Retrospective in booth A12, during fair hours, curated by Mark Borghi Fine Art Ed Moses, 85, is considered one of the most innovative and central figures of post-war West Coast art. He was one of the first artists to exhibit at the now famous Ferus Gallery in L.A. Living in NYC in late 1950s his friends/colleagues included DeKooning, Kline, Rothko and Resnick. In 1980 Moses received a Guggenheim Fellowship. Today, his art is in the public collections of virtually every major museum in America. We salute half a century of his accomplishments.

Arts Patron of the Year:

CHEECH MARIN

Primarily known as an actor, director and performer Marin has developed the finest private collection of Chicano art in the country. He states, “Chicano art is American art. My goal is to bring Chicano to the forefront of the art world.” His traveling exhibition, broke attendance records during its groundbreaking 15 city tour during 2007-2011. He has authored 3 books on the topic. At ArtHamptons, Mr. Marin curates the Thomas Paul Gallery booth (B21) to introduce the next generation of gifted Chicano artists.

Friday, July 13, 4-5pm – Polo Lounge

BIRTHDAY BASH

Hosted by Hamptons.com, it’s your invitation to Cheech Marin’s cool birthday bash. The Hollywood star comes to the Hamptons (Cheech at the Beach) to introduce a new generation of gifted Chicano artists in the Thomas Paul Gallery booth. The “joint” is jumping as we share birthday cake, and toast to the legendary comic, actor, and art collector in the trendy Polo Lounge. Friday, July 13, 4-5 pm – VIP Lounge PRESENTS PANEL

Hosted

THE LAST TABOO:

Moderated by popular local artist Dan Rizzie, this distinguished panel, which includes Bruce Helander, Editor in Chief of the Art Economist, explores the positive and negative impact that greenbacks has on the art scene. This candid and no-holds-barred discussion explores the effects from the artist, gallery, media and collector short and long-term perspective. Created by Steven Gaines. THE NEXUS BETWEEN MONEY AND ART

BARACK OBAMA: THE FRESHMAN +1 LISA JACK PHOTO EXHIBIT

Meet Photographer Lisa Jack Friday, July 13, 5-6pm Mark Borghi Fine Arts booth B-1

Mark Borghi Fine Arts proudly presents photographer Lisa Jack ‘s first East Coast showing of her now famous photos of President Barack Obama as a freshman in college. The +1 refers to one work that has never been before published. Lisa Jack will be available throughout the fair to meet and greet fairgoers. A portion of the proceeds of photo sales from this solo artist display benefits Autism Speaks. Friday, July 13, 6-8pm VIP Lounge and Polo Lounge You are invited to the art party of the summer season. Join us as we celebrate one of the most famous artists of the 20th century— and a Hamptons resident. Featuring live performance, rare solo photography exhibition of Pollock in his studio, an exhibition of Pollock prints, tribute silent art auction, food and special drinks, and other surprises. Co-hosted by Hamptons Magazine. Benefits the Pollock-Krasner  House and Study Center. $75pp. 6

Meet performer/collector Cheech Marin Saturday, July 14, 2-3pm Thomas Paul Gallery booth,

ArtSpeak: Evaluating Art as an Investment

Saturday, July 14, 2-3pm – VIP Lounge

Join artnet’s analytics guru Thomas Galbraith as he explores the ROI of high and low value art works. Here’s what you need to know when considering art as an investment. What will learn will amaze you. Hosted by artnet. Meet Jack Lenor Larsen Saturday, July 14, 3-4pm – Collectors Lounge Internationally renowned textile designer and author, Jack Lenor Larsen, owner of LongHouse Reserve has spent a lifetime promoting traditional and contemporary craftsmanship in all forms. He introduces the NYC fashion and art photographer, Roberto Dufesco and they discuss the passionate 16 year photography endeavor Roberto devoted to his new Limited Edition book project, “The Wild Horses of Sable Island.” A Conversation with…

Cheech Marin

Saturday, 3-4pm – VIP Lounge

Louise Blouin Media Editor-in-chief Ben Genocchio interviews actor/collector Cheech Marin, ArtHamptons Arts Patron of the Year. Discover how Cheech has pioneered Chicano art in America. Meet the team driving artinfo, Art + Auction, and Modern Painters. Join media mogul Louise Blouin, and the LBM key players, as they welcome Cheech to the Hamptons. ArtHamptons 2012 | 7


SPECIAL EVENTS 20th Annual

Hamptons Tea Dance

SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC SPECIAL EVENTS Saturday, July 14, 4-8pm

One of the favorite and most popular at ArtHamptons summer events in the Hamptons, now a tradition, will be held at ArtHamptons. Join us and the Empire State Pride Agenda’s glamorous 20th annual Hamptons Tea Dance. Support their wonderful work to win equality and justice for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender New Yorkers. This fab event features the one and only DJ Lady Bunny, cocktails, and a children’s area. Art meets dance at the LGBT event of the summer! Donation $150pp and up. Tickets at www.prideagenda.org/hamptons.

PANEL: A PASSION FOR POSSESSION

Sunday, July 15, 11:30am-12:30pm Polo Lounge

What drives one’s passion for collecting? Why does a collector “simply have to have it”? How does one develop this great passion, and why? Join Hollywood legend, actor and comic Cheech Marin as he shares how he got “hooked” and experiences in art collecting–and how he became perhaps the largest (and most famous) collector of Chicano art in America. Joining the panel will be distinguished gallerist and renowned NYC/Hamptons art collector, Louis Meisel (he even invented the photorealism art category). This entertaining session is moderated by Swann Auction Galleries, VP/Director of Prints and Drawings, Todd Weyman. Hosted by Swann Auction Galleries. HOSTED BY SWANN AUCTION GALLERIES

RUSSELL SIMMONS PRESENTS

ARTFORLIFE

Meet Russell Simmons Sunday, July 15, 12:30-2pm – VIP Lounge

HOSTED BY THE HAMPTONS SOCIAL NETWORK

Meet media mogul, and ArtHamptons 2011 Arts Patron of the Year, Russell Simmons as he discusses how his Rush Foundation for the Arts provides more than 2,000 underprivileged children each year with access to the arts. USA Today calls Russell Simmons “one of the 25 most influential People of the past 25 years.” Learn how you can participate in his spectacular 13th annual “Art for Life-Living in Color” upcoming gala, one of the Hampton’s premiere charity events. This July 15 reception with Mr. Simmons is hosted by the Hamptons Social Network.

5:30-7:30pm ���� Pretty People Paint Pollock, at the entrance 5:30-7pm ��������� Platinum cardholder’s Opening Preview 7-9pm �������������� VIP cardholder’s Opening VIP Party 5:30-9pm ��������� Hamptons Cottages and Gardens Opening Soiree – VIP Lounge

Friday, July 13

(day gate benefits Guild Hall)

3-4pm �������������� Popular author Gail Levin discusses, “Lee and Jack,” with book signing – in VIP Lounge. 4-5pm �������������� Panel: The Last Taboo: The Nexus between Money and Art, with Bruce Helander, presented by Saunders Real Estate – VIP Lounge 4-5pm �������������� Cheech’s Birthday Bash, join us for cake and drinks, hosted by Hamptons.com – Polo Lounge. 5-6pm �������������� Meet photographer Lisa Jack and her photography installationBarrack Obama: The Freshman + 1, in the Mark Borghi Fine Art booth – B1. 6-8pm �������������� Pollock at 100: A Centennial Celebration, many activities – Polo Lounge + VIP lounge $75pp, benefits Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.

Saturday, July 14 (benefits East End Hospice/Empire State Pride agenda) 1-2pm �������������� Meet painter Ed Moses, 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree – VIP Lounge. 2-3pm �������������� ArtSpeak: “Evaluating Art as an Investment”– with artnet’s Thomas Galbraith exploring ROI. Hosted by artnet – VIP Lounge 2-3pm �������������� Meet Cheech Marin, 2012 Arts Patron of the Year, with book signing in the Thomas Paul Gallery booth – B21. 3-4pm �������������� “A Conversation with Cheech” and Ben Genocchio, Editor-inchief, Art + Auction/artinfo.com, hosted by LBM – VIP Lounge. 3-4 pm ������������� Meet Jack Lenor Larsen, introducing photographer Roberto Dutesco’s new Limited Edition book project, “The Wild Horses of Sable Island.” – Collector’s Lounge. 4-8pm �������������� The 20th annual Hamptons Tea Dance, benefiting the Empire State Pride Agenda, tickets $150pp – in front of fair entrance.

Honorary Guest Photographer: Sunday, July 15, 2-3pm

Sunday, July 15

View his Public Retrospective outside the VIP Lounge during fair hours, curated by Michael H. Lord Gallery.

11:30am12:30pm ���������� Panel: A Passion for Possession, with Cheech Marin and Louis Meisel, hosted by Swann Auction Galleries – Polo Lounge.

MICHAEL CHILDERS

VIP Lounge

Mr. Childers is a renowned film, dance and theater photographer for over 40 years. He was founding photographer for Andy Warhol’s Interview, and After Dark, . He has photographed 200+ magazine covers including GQ, New York, Esquire, Elle, Life and Vogue. He created 100 film posters for major motion picture studios. Since 1996, he has worked solely on fine art photography and book projects. In 2000, he published his first collection of photographs in the book, “Hollywood Voyeur” with intro by David Hockney. 8

Thursday, July 12 (benefits LongHouse Reserve)

12:30-2pm ������� Meet Russell Simmons, with info about 13th Annual Art for LifeLiving in Color Gala, hosted by the Hamptons Social Network. 2-3pm �������������� Meet Michael Childers, Honorary Guest Photographer, hosted by the Hamptons International Film Festival, and others – VIP Lounge.

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ArtHamptons 2012 Gallery Name

Booth Number

GALLERY DIRECTORY Gallery Name

Booth Number

ACA Galleries

A1

Aicon Gallery

B29

CenterSpace B22,C19

Alicia David Contemporary Art

B14

Cynthia Corbett Gallery

A7

Anelle Gandelman Fine Art

B30

Danziger Gallery

C1

Anita Shapolsky Art Gallery & AS Art Foundation

A5

Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts/ Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery B4

Capital Culture

C12

Edgar Modern

A20

element 6 arts

A24

Eli Klein Fine Art

C6

ARC Fine Art LLC

A23

Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

C16

Arcadia Gallery

B11

Envie d’Art Galleries

A18

Arch 402 | Joanna Foster Fine Art

B24

Evan Lurie Gallery

A6 B2

Art Link International

A4

Galerie LuCo

Artist League Projects

C9

Galerie ROCCIA

B33

Axiom Contemporary

A10

Gallery Sam

B13

Gallery Tableau

A13

Babcock Galleries

B2

Big Eye Gallery LLC

B31

George Krevsky Gallery

Birnam Wood Galleries

B15

Gerald Peters

Bruce Lurie Gallery

B25

J. Lohmann Gallery

Cade Tompkins Projects

A19

Jackson Fine Art

B6

Jason McCoy Gallery

C4

June Kelly Gallery

B5

Booth Number

Katharina Rich Perlow Fine Arts

B9

KIWI Arts Group, Presented by Birnam Wood Galleries

B8

C14

A21

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery

Samuel Owen Gallery

B28

Sous Les Etoiles Gallery

B22

Tao Water Art Gallery

C8

B1,A2

Thomas Paul Fine Art Art of the New America

B21

McNeill Art Group

C24

Throckmorton Fine Art

A14

Michael H. Lord Gallery

B23

Tulla Booth Gallery

C18

Modernbook Gallery

B27

United Gallery

Museum Works Galleries

B15

Universal Limited Art Editions

Louis K. Meisel/Daniel Dens Studio

C22

Madison Gallery

B16,B18

Manifold Editions

B17

A15,B19

Nova’s Ark Project

C25

Oxenberg Fine Art

A9

B26,C21 C17

Vicky David Gallery

A3

Villa del Arte Galleries

B22,C15

Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc.

B12

Parker’s Box

C11

Weber Fine Art

C7

Peter Marcelle Gallery

A21

Westwood Gallery NYC

Portico New York, Inc.

C10

Woolff Gallery

Peter Mendenhall Gallery

A17

Yares Art Projects

C2,C3

Quantum Contemporary Art

A11

Young Art Gallery

C13

Realism Fine Art Gallery

C20

Zemack Contemporary Art

A22 A8

C5

POLO POLO LOUNGE LOUNGE

C24 C24

C22 C22

C20 C20

C18 C18

C17 C17

C16 C16

C14 C14

C12 C12

C10 C10

C8 C8

C6 C6

C4 C4

C2 C2

C1 C1

B32 B32

ART ART STORAGE STORAGE

C25 C25

C23 C23

C21 C21

C19 C19

B30 B30

B28 B28

B26 B26

B24 B24

B31 B31

B29 B29

B27 B27

B25 B25

A24 A24

A22 A22

A20 A20

A18 A18

A23 A23

A21 A21

B33 B33 DD DD

B22 B22

B20 B20

C15 C15 B18 B18

COLLECTOR’S COLLECTOR’S LOUNGE LOUNGE B23 B23

C13 C13

C9 C9

C11 C11

B14 B14

B16 B16

B12 B12

C7 C7

C5 C5

C3 C3

B8 B8

B6 B6

B4 B4

B7 B7

B5 B5

B3 B3

A6 A6

A4 A4

A2 A2

B10 B10

B2 B2

POLLOCK POLLOCK FLOOR FLOOR

BB BB B19 B19

B17 B17

B15 B15

B13 B13

A15 A15

A13 A13

A11 A11

A9 A9

B11 B11

B21 B21

B9 B9

B1 B1

LOBBY LOBBY

MAIN MAIN ENTRANCE ENTRANCE

CC CC

EEEE

VIPLOUNGE LOUNGE VIP

B10

Retrospect A25

ARTCAFÉ CAFÉ ART

SHOW SHOW OFFICE OFFICE

Booth Number

A16

C23

NAC Gallery

B3

Gallery Name

Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery

km contemporary

Mark Borghi Fine Art

Sculpture Garden

kasia kay art projects gallery NOVA NOVA GRILL GRILL

Gallery Name

AA AA A25 A25

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RESTROOMS RESTROOMS

A19 A19

A17 A17

A16 A16

A14 A14

A12 A12

A10 A10

A8 A8

A7 A7

A5 A5

A3 A3

A1 A1

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ACA Galleries 529 West 20th Street, Floor 5, New York, NY 10011 Tel 212-206-8080 www.acagalleries.com info@acagalleries.com

A1

Jeffrey Bergen, President; Dorian Bergen, Vice President ACA Galleries specializes in 19th and 20th century American and European art, Modern and Contemporary paintings, drawings and sculpture including American Impressionism, Stieglitz Circle, Ashcan School, 14th Street School, Regionalism, WPA, American Abstraction, Social Realism and Abstract Expressionism. Artists Represented: Milton Avery, Leon Berkowitz, Oscar Bluemner, Charles Burchfield, Arthur B. Davies, Jimmy Ernst, Balcomb Greene, Robert Gwathmey, Robert Henri, Edward Hopper, Anita Huffington, Ernest Lawson, Richard Mayhew, Alice Neel, Fairfield Porter, Theodoros Stamos and others.

Aicon Gallery 35 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-725-6092 Fax 212-725-6096

B29

8 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BU Tel +44 20.7734.7575 www.aicongallery.com newyork@aicongallery.com Prajit Dutta, Partner; Projjal Dutta, Partner; Andrew Shea, Director; Harry Hutchison, Associate Director Aicon Gallery’s vision begins in the Indian Subcontinent but reaches outwards internationally from there. The gallery provides a unique platform for South Asian artists to exhibit in the United States. Alongside in-depth, focused solo shows, the gallery present a programme of curated group exhibitions that are international in their scope and ambition. Following recent debates in institutional curating, the programme deliberately encompasses contemporary art and art made through the latter half of the 20th century. Through this we aim to produce unexpected congruencies, shed light on other modernities, make complex the designation ‘contemporary’ and signal a shift away from simple survey exhibitions. With critical exhibitions of work by emerging and contemporary South Asian artists, one of Aicon’s primary goals is to create a space for dialog and cross-collaboration between the arts of India, Pakistan, and the west. Artists Represented: Sakti Burman, Jayashree Chakravarty, Ruby Chishti, Laxma Goud, M. F. Husain, G.R. Iranna, Jitish Kallat, Abir Karmakar, Riyas Komu, Bose Krishnamachari, Rajan Krishnan, Ram Kumar, Anjolie Ela Menon, Akbar Padamsee, Baiju Parthan, Raghu Rai, S.H. Raza, Ravinder Reddy, Debanjan Roy, Jamini Roy, Sadequain Sanatan Saha, T.V. Santhosh, F.N. Souza, Adeela Suleman, Chintan Upadhyay, Muhammad Zeeshan

Fairfield Porter, The Black Tree, 1968, Oil on board, 20 x 18 inches

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Debanjan Roy, India Shining I, 2007, fiberglass with acrylic paint, 27 x 46 x 30 inches

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B30

Anelle Gandelman Fine Art PO Box 504, Larchmont, NY 10538 Tel 914-840-4151 Fax 914-840-4152 www.anellegandelman.com info@anellegandelman.com Anelle Gandelman, Director Anelle Gandelman Fine Art is private art gallery and consulting firm based in Westchester, NY. The gallery represents emerging and midcareer artists working in a variety of media from across America. Anelle Gandelman specializes in onsite viewing appointments for the gallery’s clients and provides full service art consulting for both private and corporate collectors. Artists Represented: Jackie Battenfield, Tapp Francke, Ultra Violet, Teresa Stanley

Ultra Violet, Self Portrait, Edition of 5, Mirror and Resin, 45 x 45 inches

Teresa Stanley, Road Map 1, Acrylic and Resin on Panel, 42 x 42 inches

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Jackie Battenfield, Dusk, 2011, Acrylic on Mylar Panel, 40 x 50 inches

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A5

Anita Shapolsky Art Gallery & AS Art Foundation 152 East 65th St., New York, NY 10065 Tel 212-452-1094 Fax 212-452-1096 www.anitashapolskygallery.com ashapolsky@nyc.rr.com Anita Shapolsky, Director; Ian Shapolsky, Assistant Director; Joseph Karoly, Assistant The Anita Shapolsky Gallery was founded in 1982 at 99 Spring Street as Aribitrage Gallery. It is now located in an historic brownstone on the Upper East Side where discreet service is provided to our clients. The collection is comprised of abstract art from the 1950’s and 1960’s highlighting second generation artists including Latin American, African American and women artists. Anita Shapolsky also founded the AS Art Foundation in Jim Thorpe, PA in 1998 which is situated within an historic church. It is a national non-profit organization, 501 (c) 3, which provides educational programs for children, exhibitions of abstract artists as well as selected contemporary artworks. Artists Represented: Peter Agostini, Karel Appel, Thomas Beckman, Seymour Boardman, Ilya Bolotowsky, Ernest Briggs, Lawrence Calcagno, Nicolas Carone, Perez Celis, Bruce Checefsky, Nassos Daphnis, Haydn Davies, Lynne Drexler, Friedel Dzubas, Amaranth Ehrenhalt, Claire Falkenstein, Agustin Fernandez, Joseph Fiore, Mark Gibian, Stanley Hayter, John Hultberg, Carol Hunt, Buffie Johnson, Albert Kotin, Ibram Lassaw, Martee Levi, Michael Loew, William Manning, Clement Meadmore, Jeanne Miles, Leonard Nelson, Louise Nevelson, Tom Nonn, Jeanne Reynal, Misha Reznikoff, Richards Ruben, William Saroyan, Ethel Schwabacher, Thomas Sills, Nancy Steinson, Antoni Tapies, Yvonne Thomas,Wilfrid Zogbaum

Amaranth Ehrenhalt, Umatilla, 1959, Oil on canvas, 59 x 87 inches

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Seymour Boardman, Untitled, 1960, Oil on canvas, 72 x 54 inches

Ernest Briggs, Untitled, November 1959, Oil on canvas, 89 x 70 inches

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Alicia David Contemporary Art 96A Lollard Street, Kennington, London, SE11 6PX, UK Tel +44 (0) 7511 250000 www.aliciadavid.com info@aliciadavid.com

B14

Simone Smith, Director Since 2007 Alicia David Contemporary Art has focused on showing Contemporary British painting; nurturing young talent as well as exhibiting more established artists. Our artists are selected for their innovative practice as well as the aesthetic qualities of their work. We are the primary representatives in the United States for Tim Garwood and Daniel Preece and are the sole representatives worldwide for Ronald William Webb. Artists Represented: Becky Buchanan, Tim Garwood, Lesley Halliwell, Richard Heeps, Penelope Jordan, Olivia Krimpas, Bryan Lavelle, Linda Lieberman, Patrick Murphy, Daniel Preece, Ronald William Webb

Tim Garwood, Roar, 2012 (installation view), mixed media on glass, 53 x 89 inches

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Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts/ Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery

B4

186 State Street, Binghamton, NY 13901 Tel 607-772-0485 www.anthonybrunelli.com info@anthonybrunelli.com Anthony Brunelli, Owner; John Brunelli, Gallery Director; Alisha A. Sickler, Media & Publications Designer Representing emerging, mid-career, and established regional, national and international artists specializing in contemporary realism, photorealism and well-disciplined abstract paintings, drawings, sculpture, original prints and alternative photographic methods. Fine quality craftsmanship is central to the gallery’s program. Artists Represented: Jack Beal, Charles Bremer, Wayne Claypatch, Joseph Daily, Armondo Dellasanta, Don Demauro, Bruce Evans, Sondra Freckelton, Robert Fundis, Ronald Gonzalez, Allan Gorman, Walter Gurbo, Charles Hartley, Richard Heisler, Christopher Hynes, Angelo Ippolito, Chris Jenkinson, Gordon Lee, Tice Lerner, Marco Martelli, Gßnter Meisel, Mark Osterman, France Scully Osterman, Jerry Ott, Ronald Paul Seymour, Brandon Soloff, Ernest Viveiros

Jerry Ott, Counting Electric Sheep, 2011-12, Acrylic on panel, 72 x 96 inches

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

B11

Arcadia Gallery at The Four Seasons Hotel 57 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022 www.arcadiafinearts.com www.arcadiafa@aol.com Steven Diamant, President; Michael P. Sincavage, Asst. Director; Andrew Smenos, Curator; Sergio Barrale, Curator Arcadia Gallery is one of the country’s leading galleries specializing in contemporary, representational paintings, drawings, photography and sculpture. Featuring both mid-career and exciting, new talent, Arcadia’s artists all have a common respect for carrying on the tradition of fine draftsmanship and skill at painting, while creating contemporary and innovative works.

Arch 402 | Joanna Foster Fine Art

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Cremer Street, London, England, E2 8HD, United Kingdom Tel +44 (0) 207 0432027 www.arch402.com gallery@arch402.com Joanna Foster; Hubertus Thylmann; Tony Sellen; Jennie Moran; Simon Burton (Art Fair) Arch 402 | Joanna Foster Fine Art, opened in 2010 and showcases up-coming and mid-career artists from the UK and Germany. The gallery is located in a sensitively converted 2,700 square foot railway arch situated next to the new Hoxton overground station, London. Through an active programme the gallery aims to provide artists with a forum to explore the conceptual and aesthetic relationships between their work in contemporary and historical contexts. Opening hours Tuesday – Friday 10.00-15.00, Saturday 13.00-17.00

Artists Represented: Daniel Adel, Michael Chapman, Matthew Cornell, Nancy Depew, Jefferson Hayman, Ron Hicks, Michael Klein, Brad Reuben Kunkle, Robert Liberace, Malcolm T. Liepke, Jeremy Lipking, Francis Livingston, Julio Reyes, Paul Rousso, Steve Skollar, Daniel Sprick, Victor Wang, Aron Wiesenfeld, Gary Weisman

Artists Represented: Matthew Burrows, Simon Burton, Aldo Cristofaro, Rosa Loy, Brendan Neiland, Erik Schmidt, Erik Sommer, John Walker

Nancy Depew, Drift, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 40 x 60 inches

Aldo Cristofaro, Loop numero uno, 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 220 cm

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ARC Fine Art LLC 3113 Bronson Road, Fairfield, CT 6824 Tel 203-895-9595 Fax 203-256-5838 www.arcfineartllc.com arc@arcfineartllc.com Adrienne Ruger Conzelman, Owner and Director ARC Fine Art was established in 2009 by Adrienne Ruger Conzelman who possesses over 20 years of art world experience. After advising collectors for over ten years, Conzelman expanded her advisory business into the realm of private art dealing. ARC Fine Art specializes in contemporary art of all media. Conzelman has a BA in Art History from Hamilton College and a Masters in Art History from Williams College. Between 1995-1997, Conzelman worked as a specialist in the American Paintings Department at Christie’s. From 1998 to 2002, she researched and wrote the collection catalogue, “After the Hunt: The Art Collection of William B. Ruger”, published by Stackpole Books in 2002. A collector of American paintings and contemporary art, Conzelman brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the search for inspired works of art that reflect her aesthetic sensibility and enthusiasm for art history. Artists Represented: Perry Burns, Tony Caramanico, Avy Claire, Charlotte Culot, Josh Dorman, Idoline Duke, Cui Fei, Caio Fonseca, Meghan Gerety, Gary Komarin, Elisabeth Lecourt, Anne Lindberg, Kathryn Lynch, Sylvia Martins, Christine, Matthai, Olivia Munroe, Maria Noel, Jaanika Peerna, Michael Rich, Toni Ross, Barbara Rothenberg, Charles Ruger, Bastienne Schmidt, Billy Sherry, Hunt Slonem, Muriel Stockdale, Gustavo Ten Hoever, Massimo Vitali

Caio Fonseca, C10.3, 2010, mixed media on canvas, 42 x 62 inches

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Gary Komarin, A Suite of Blue, Oil on canvas, 72 x 60 inches

Massimo Vitali, Ottranto, Red Paddle, Puglia, Chromogenic print with Diasec mount, 72 x 86 inches. Edition of 6

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Art Link International 809 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, FL 33460 Tel 561-493-1162 Fax 561-493-2931 www.artlinkinternational.com barbara@artlinkinternational.com

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

Howard Brassner, Owner; Barbara Womelsdorf, Gallery Director

Edward Lentsch; Deborah Freeman; David Bonagurio

Art Link International is a family-owned business of three generations: for 75 years we have dealt in the finest of European, American, Modern and Pop Art.

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

Artists Represented: Frank Stella, Robert Indiana, Robert Rauschenberg,John “Crash” Matos, Ceravolo, Mr. Brainwash, David Burliuk, Fernando Botero and many, many others…

Mr. Brainwash, Charlie Chaplin, 2010, Mixed Media on Canvas, 36 x 24 inches

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Edward Lentsch, Tasso’s Three Wishes, 2012, mixed media on canvas

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Axiom Contemporary 8899 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048 Tel 818-799-1110 www.axiomcontemporary.com jay@axiomcontemporary.com

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Jason Kirk, Director; Mark Matkevich, Director; Nir Even, CFO Los Angeles contemporary art gallery specializing in mid-career and up and coming artists. Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Contemporary, Street Art. Artists Represented: Ricardo Pelaez, James Georgopoulos, Esenherz, Torquato, Jay Kelly

Babcock Galleries 724 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10019 Tel 212-767-1852 Fax 212-767-1857 www.babcockgalleries.com info@babcockgalleries.com

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John Driscoll, Owner; Tess Sol Schwab, Assistant Director; Alexandra Tagami, Gallery Associate; Sara Gilbert, Gallery Assistant New York’s oldest art gallery, Babcock, is where contemporary art becomes classic. For 160 years we have offered primary and secondary market selections through innovative and influential exhibitions, highlighting major artists past and present. Among our recent exhibitions, Edwin Dickinson In Retrospect, received enthusiastic reviews from Artforum, Modern Painters, and the Wall Street Journal, which praised the show as “museum quality.” The New York Times recently noted, with a full color illustration, the National Gallery of Art’s acquisition from Babcock of Robert Duncanson’s 1848 “Still Life” masterpiece. Marylyn Dintenfass’ last exhibition at Babcock was named by Modern Painters magazine among the Top 100 Fall shows worldwide, and she was the subject of a feature article in ARTnews. Margaret Bowland’s work has been the cover article of the Tidal Basin Review, the subject of a recent book by Siri Hustvedt, and was featured in the ARTnewsletter. Artists Represented: Harriet Bart, Ross Bleckner, Margaret Bowland, Claudio Bravo, Chuck Close, Stuart Davis, Willem de Kooning, Edwin Dickinson, Marylyn Dintenfass, Arthur Dove, Arshile Gorky, Alan Gussow, Marsden Hartley, Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, Jules Olitski, James Rosenquist, Charles Sheeler, David Smith, Neil Welliver, Varda Yatom

Ricardo Pelaez, Red Chardin, 2012, Mixed media

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Margaret Bowland, Life Is Beautiful, 2010, Oil on canvas, 65 3/4 x 56 1/4 inches

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Big Eye Gallery LLC 15 West 72nd Street, Suite 1E, New York, NY 10023 Tel 888-611-1316 Fax 212-858-5711 www.bigeyegallery.com info@bigeyegallery.com

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Amnon Bar-Tur, Partner/Director; Garry Wade, Partner/Director; Sasha Bar-Tur, Director/Social Media An online platform for collectors, interior designers, architects and art lovers looking for the very best in high quality photographic art. Artists Represented: Philip Volkers, Bartur Wade, Simon Nicholas White, Maxsteven Grossman, Michael Grimm, Carsten Witte, Garry Wade, Raymond Waters

Philip Volkers, Untitled 3, 2012, Photography, 38 x 48 inches

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Bruce Lurie Gallery

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8727 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048 Tel 310-916-9388 Fax 310-916-9388 www.bruceluriegallery.com bruce@bruceluriegallery.com Bruce Lurie, Owner

Established in the early 1980’s in New York by Bruce Lurie, Bruce Lurie Gallery was frequented by Keith Haring and Andy Warhol. Bruce Lurie gave Jean-Michel Basquiat his first show. Now located in West Hollywood’s “The Avenues”–Art, Fashion & Design District–the gallery has a particular focus on emerging and mid-career artists from the U.S and all around the world. Artists Represented: Christina Angelina, Daniel Brice, Michael Gorman, Brian Liebenthal, Steve Le CLair, Jason Poteet, Dan Montevaro, Michael Murphy

Brian Liebenthal, Vicar, Mixed medium, 4’x5’

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Birnam Wood Galleries 48 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937 514 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011 Tel 631-324-6010 Fax 631-324-6016 www.birnamwoodart.com info@birnamwoodart.com Patrick Dawson, Managing Partner; Anne Hargrave; Amanda Millet-Sorsa Birnam Wood Galleries is committed to showing important works by American artists from the mid-century and Modernist eras with a particular emphasis on abstraction. The gallery also maintains a select contemporary program of established and mid-career artists. Artists Represented: Sam Francis, Wolf Kahn, Elaine de Kooning, Norman Bluhm, Arthur Dove, Robert Rauschenberg, Susan Grossman, Clifford Smith, Chloe Lamb, Robert Dash, Melville Price, John Von Wicht, William John Kennedy

Norman Bluhm, Untitled, 1961, Oil on paper mounted on canvas, 50 x 36 inches

Susan Grossman, Headlights in the Rain, 2012, Charcoal and pastel on paper, 22 x 27 inches

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Wolf Kahn, Orange Blue + Dark Green, 2008, Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 inches

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Cade Tompkins Projects 198 Hope Street, Providence, RI 02906 Tel 401-751-4888 Fax 401-751-6111 www.cadetompkins.com cadetompkins@mac.com Cade Tompkins Projects presents at Swifty’s 1007 Lexington Avenue, between 72nd-73rd Streets New York, NY 10021 Cade Tompkins, Director; Allison Bianco, Associate; Buck Hastings, Associate; Scott Benson, Preparator Art of our own time is the focus of Cade Tompkins Projects. The gallery’s contemporary art is created by emerging talent as well as mid-career and established artists in all mediums. The represented artists are unified by high standards of quality, ingenuity, talent and mastery of skill as well as an illusive and innate gift for looking at the visual world in a new and enlightened perspective. Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to work with museum curators and individual collectors. Our gallery artists are represented in the finest private collections as well as prestigious museum and corporate collections.

Melinda Hackett, Tabac, 2012, Oil on paper, 40 x 60 inches

Artists Represented: Walter Addison, Penny Ashford, William Allen, Coral Bourgeois, Victoria Crayhon, Nancy Friese, Ana Guerra, Melinda Hackett, Susan Hardy, Lynne Harlow, Kirsten Hassenfeld, Tayo Heuser, Daniel Heyman, Nick Hollibaugh, Mary Hutchins, Beth Lipman, Andrew Nixon, Anne Patterson, Serena Perrone, Jessica Rosner, John Sargent, Thomas Sgouros, Dean Snyder, Karen Tompkins, John Udvardy. Additional works by William Anastasi, Carl Fudge, Jim Isermann, Julia Jacquette, Jane Kent, Aaron Siskind

Beth Lipman, Toppled Basket, 2011, hand molded and blown glass, 14 x 26 x 19 inches

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Karen Tompkins, Blue Square, 2012, Portfolio of 4 mixed media, 30 x 30 inches, Edition of 10

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Capital Culture 66 Great Suffolk Street, Greenwich, London, SE1 0BL, UK Tel +44-20-3268-2184 www.capitalculture.eu info@capitalculture.eu Ken Climie; Karen Mahoney; Rachael Dalzell; James Sparshatt Capital Culture gallery was founded in London in 2005. We represent a number of artists that use photography or painting to portray this beautiful planet and the people that inhabit it. Our aim is to examine the diversity of cultures, the landscapes that surround us, both natural and man-made, and our impressions and memories of them. Artists Represented: David Zimmerman, John Kenny, Barry Cawston, James Sparshatt, Rachael Dalzell, Monica Denevan, Ernesto Fernandez, Gabrielle Pool

James Sparshatt, Dark Materials IV, 2008, C-type photograph, 60 x 40 inches

Barry Cawston, Tibetan Cowboy, C-type photograph, 48 x 36 inches

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David Zimmerman, Untitled (trailer), Archival photograph, 50 x 35 inches

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Cynthia Corbett Gallery 15 Claremont Lodge, 15 The Downs, London, SW20 8UA, UK Tel/Fax +44(0)20 8947 6782 US Cell +1-773-600-7719 UK Mobile +44 (0) 7939 085 076 www.thecynthiacorbettgallery.com info@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com Cynthia Corbett, Director; Celia Kinchington, Gallery Manager The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, an international contemporary art gallery represents emerging and newly established artists and is a regular exhibitor at major international contemporary art fairs and curates exhibitions. The Cynthia Corbett Gallery also has an annual programme of ‘off-site’ exhibitions that take place in London and New York throughout the year. corbettPROJECTS presents curated projects addressing contemporary critical practice; working with emerging curators and artists for site specific installations. corbettPROJECTS has an innovative exhibition programme in a variety of media. In 2009 the Gallery launched The Young Masters Art Prize sponsored by AXA UK. The Young Masters Art Prize has now established itself as a not-for-profit initiative and the 2012 exhibition & prize will take place in November 2012.

Andy Burgess, Albanese house, Sicily, 2012, Oil on canvas, 60 x 90 inches

Artists Represented: Deborah Azzopardi, Lluís Barba, Andy Burgess, Cecile Chong, Ghost of a Dream, Tom Leighton, Boyarde Messenger, Klari Reis, Nicolas Saint Gregoire, Tracy Satchwill, Andréa Stanislav

Lluís Barba, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Gauguin, Edition of 6, C-Type Print /Perspex mounted, 32.7 x 78.7 inches

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Deborah Azzopardi, CHEEKY!, 2010, Acrylic on board, 44.1 x 44.1 inches

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CenterSpace 102 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002 Tel 212-226-7805 Fax 212-925-6822 www.CenterSpaceNY.com info@centerspaceny.com

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element 6 arts 50 Murray Street #1101, New York, NY 10007 Tel 415-203-7955 www.element6arts.com info@element6arts.com

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Sanjay Lamba, Founder; Alexandra Lucar, Co-founder

Tina Wong, Director Photography, Sculpture, Painting, Drawing Artists Represented: Alex G Cao, YingPing Po, Eric W

element 6 arts is dedicated to showcasing a select group of artists whose work is positive, spiritual, or emotional in nature. The true power of these artists lies in their ability to cut through the noise of everyday living and help reconnect us to our higher thoughts and emotions. Artists Represented: Tra Bouscaren, Russell Connor, Juginder Lamba, Robin Rice

Alex G Cao, Lichtenstein_vs_LichtensteinPortrait, 2012

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Juginder Lamba, Enigma, Bronze, 122 x 33 x 33 cm

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Danziger Gallery 527 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011 Tel 212-629-6778 www.danzigergallery.com info@danzigergallery.com James Danziger; Carly Ries; Hope Brimelow Since its founding in 1990, the Danziger Gallery has established itself as one of the leading photography venues in the world, known for the originality and diversity of its programming, its representation of established photographers, and the influence of its new discoveries. The gallery was the first to show Richard Misrach’s “Sky” pictures, Abelardo Morell’s Camera Obscuras, Chuck Close and Vik Muniz’s fashion work, and the work of British “camera-less” photographers Susan Derges, Christopher Bucklow, and Garry Fabian Miller. Danziger Gallery’s programming pulls from the worlds of art, new media, and print to create an up to date vision of photography’s place in the world. Artists Represented: Christopher Bucklow, Chuck Close, Susan Derges, Robert Frank, Paul Fusco, Evelyn Hofer, Hendrik Kerstens, Karen Knorr, Chris Levine, Glen Luchford, Garry Fabian Miller, Yuji Obata, Milton Rogovin, The Sartorialist, Patrick Smith, Edward Steichen, Tereza Vcklova, Andy Warhol, Edward Weston

Andy Warhol, Debbie Harry, 1983, Unique Polaroid, 4 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches

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Chuck Close, Sunflower, 2007, Pigment Print, 32 x 26 inches

Chuck Close, Calla Lily, 2007, Pigment Print 32 x 26 inches

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Edgar Modern Bartlett St., Bath, Somerset, BA1 2EE, England Tel +44 (0) 1225 443 746 www.edgarmodern.com enquiries@edgarmodern.com Rachael Read Rachael Read began Edgar Modern, Bath, in early 2003. The success of the gallery is due largely to the quality and strength of its art work, with each piece being carefully selected for inclusion in exhibition. The number of artists the gallery supports is small and select with artists presenting a solo exhibition of their work every two years. The gallery exhibits at a number of major British and overseas art fairs during the year. In 2012 the programme of exhibitions includes collaborative projects between painters, printmakers, sculptors and ceramicists. Artists Represented: Henrietta Dubrey, Dominic Hills, Mungo Powney, Carl Melegari, Meirion, Ginsberg, Jessica Cooper, Mhairi McGregor, Heath Hearn, James, McNaught, Dan Parry Jones, Kirsty Withers, Romy Wild, Tyler Stone, Mark Hall Meirion Ginsberg, Hipster II, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 50 cm

Henrietta Dubrey, November, 2012, Oil on Canvas. 100 x 83 cm

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Carl Melegari, Stag Tacito, Oil on Canvas, 77 x 61 cm

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Eli Klein Fine Art 462 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-255-4388 Fax 212-255-4316 www.ekfineart.com info@ekfineart.com

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Eli Klein, Executive Director; Christina Lee, Manager; Lynn Chou, Assistant Director; Elena Parasco, Assistant Director; Elizabeth Misitano, Registrar; Evan Robarts, Art Preparator Eli Klein Fine Art is committed to exhibiting the work of China’s most promising emerging as well as highly-regarded established artists. We wish to stimulate inter-cultural dialogue and to promote an academic approach to China’s most ground-breaking talents. The artists we represent exemplify the cutting edge of Chinese contemporary art, employing various media and creative techniques representative of a rapidly changing contemporary culture. Our artists are carefully selected for their uniqueness of vision and far-reaching potential -- qualities that we foster through close and supportive relationships.  Through museum exhibitions, gallery shows, media attention, and the publication of exhibition catalogues and academic essays, we ensure that Chinese art becomes more accessible to Western audiences. Founded in 2007, Eli Klein Fine Art is now internationally considered to be one of the foremost galleries specializing in Chinese contemporary art.

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Envie d’Art Galleries 24 rue Treilhard, Paris, 75008, France Tel 0044 (0)20 7589 8200 www.enviedart.com contact@enviedart.com Yann Bombard, Director; Cathy Bombard, Director

The gallery launched 10 years ago and, more than ever, is willing to offer a broad and diverse collection of creations of outstanding quality. Every single work of art showcased by Enviedart is rigorously selected. Envie d’Art Galleries (Paris & London) aim at promoting its artists on an international scale, in such a way that, today; they are riding a tide of popularity and enjoying loyal collectors all around the world. Artists Represented: Edouard Buzon, Renaud Delorme, Peter Hoffer, Joseph, Mikael Lafontan & Elisabeth Lecourt

Artists Represented: Cui Xiuwen, Gao Rong, Han Yajuan, Li Hongbo, Liu Bolin, Lu Zhengyuan, Miao Xiaochun, Shen Shaomin, Zhang Dali, Zhang Gong

Liu Bolin, Hiding in New York No. 5 - Tiles for America, 2011, Photograph, 46 1/2 x 59 inches (118 x 150 cm)

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Elisabeth Lecourt, Les fees du parc, 2012, Map of London, 85 x 60 cm

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Emmanuel Fremin Gallery 547 West 27 Street, Suite 508, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-279-8555 www.emmanuelfremingallery.com emmanuelfremingallery@gmail.com Emmanuel Fremin; Asle Unal; Diletta Carutti; Sebastien Openheimer Emmanuel Fremin Gallery is a contemporary art gallery whose focus is discovering and representing emerging artists who produce works through the varied media of photography, sculpture,video, and installation. The Gallery represents artists whose progressive and unique outlook illustrates the fusion of contemporary life and personal experience. The non conformism embraces the progressive conceptualization of the artists’works through serene, spiritual or provocative pieces; its role is to be the catalyst for them to develop their freedom of expression in a setting that is conducive for both the artist and the collector alike. Artists Represented: Drew Tal, Thomas Barbey, Francoise Ben Arous, Ted Lawson, Young Sam Kim, Antoine Verglas, Giuseppe Mastromatteo

Giuseppe Mastromatteo, Indepensense, 2010, C-Print, 50 x 40 inches

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Ted Lawson, Purple Spiral, 2012, Epoxy and Resine, 40 inch diameter

Antoine Verglas, Angelina, 2010, Sepia Print, 30 x 40 inches

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Evan Lurie Gallery 30 W. Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032 Tel 317-844-8400 Fax 317-844-8460 www.evanluriegallery.com info@evanluriegallery.com

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Evan Lurie, Director; Keri VanVlymen, Gallery Manager; Kristin Derr, Gallery Assistant The Evan Lurie Gallery represents over forty emerging and established international painters, sculptors, and photographers, with a heavy emphasis on the contemporary abstract, realism and neo-realism.  The gallery program includes a monthly schedule of rotating solo and group exhibitions, lectures, community and private events, and public art collaborations.  We welcome visitors to our gallery in the Carmel IN Arts & Design District, during our participation in international contemporary art fairs throughout the year, and on our website at www.evanluriegallery.com.

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Galerie LuCo Kegelgasse 42, Vienna, 1030, Austria Tel 718-717-8226 www.GalerieLuCo.com info@galerieluco.com Thomas Coates, Director; Marcus Bacher, Managing Director

Galerie LuCo shows works that are strong, passionate, sometimes controversial, always intriguing. We are proud to present our latest discoveries... The works from these artists are bold, fresh and simple, and they talk to us with a unique balance of sophisticated strength and harmony. We expect the dialogue between them to elicit spirited conversation. And we hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Artists Represented: Marlene Rose, Gay Ribisi, Paul Andrews, Carolina Cleere

Artists Represented: Alexi Torres, Victor Wang, Brad Howe, Jason Paul Bennett, Gino Miles, Adam Normandin, Thomas Wargin, William Lazos, Jorge Santos, John LaHuis

Alexi Torres, Muhammad Ali, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 108 x 84 inches

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Marlene Rose, Buddha Wall, 2012, Sandcast Glass and Steel, 54 x 38 x 9 inches

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Gallery Sam 6461 Ascot Dr., Oakland, CA 94611 Tel 510-531-9575 Fax 510-531-0775 www.gallerysam.com gallerysam@pacbell.net

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Evan Morganstein, Director Art elevates the human spirit in a way that nothing else does. It changes people’s lives, one experience at a time. Gallery Sam offers quality examples by important American, European, Asian and Indigenous artists from the mid 20th century to the present and our diverse inventory includes more than 800 paintings and sculptures. We showcase many legendary figures of the art world as well as more contemporary artists whose beautiful and emotionally expressive works bring joy and meaning into the lives of discerning collectors worldwide. We also seek out artists who are overlooked, undervalued and haven’t achieved the celebrity status of some of their contemporaries but who nevertheless produced superior works.

Gallery Tableau 101dong B106 Skhub ArtCenter Samildaero 461 Jongro, Seoul, 110-776, South Korea Tel +82-10-4295-4188 Fax +82-2-723-6084 www.gallerytableau.com limjeonggi@yahoo.co.kr

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Lim, Jeong Gi, Director Recognizing the importance of promoting Korean artists abroad, Gallery TABLEAU participates in art fairs such as Art Chicago, Red Dot Miami and Koeln 21. The Gallery first presented the most significant artworks by Korean artists alongside more recognizable works of high caliber by audience and art dealers in the world. Artists Represented: Kwak, So Young; Kim, Young Hwa; Shin, Ji Won; Lee, Young Beom; Lim, Tae Won; Cho, Min Sook; Choi, Dong Sun; Heo, Eun Oh; Yoon, Sun Young; Yang Suk Hee; Lim, Jeong Gi; Kim Ji Yeun

Artists Represented: Hans Hofmann, Sam Francis, Norman Bluhm, Milton Resnick, Alfonso Ossorio, Giorgio Cavallon, Michael Goldberg, Friedel Dzubas, Fred Mitchell, Perle Fine, Conrad Marca-Relli, Edward Dugmore, Ernest Briggs, Manual Neri, Shirley Goldfarb, Michael West, Esteban Vicente, Nicolas Carone, John Little, John Ferren, Elaine de Kooning, Gabor Peterdi, Robert Richenburg, Michael Loew, Albert Kotin, Robert S. Neuman, Jon Schueler, Hassel Smith, Wolf Kahn, Jean Miotte, Ronnie Landfield, Roy Lerner, Francine Tint, Kevin Barrett, Peter Reginato and many others.

Alfonso Ossorio, Untitled #5, 1959, Oil, sand and aluminum paint on masonite 22 1/4 x 22 1/4 inches

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Shin, Ji Won, Nature Diary, 2011, Mixed Media, 45 x 45 cm

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Galerie ROCCIA 5691 St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, H2T 1S9, Canada Tel 514-838-7299 Fax 438-381-3395 www.galerieroccia.com evemarie@galerieroccia.com Ève-Marie Bilodeau, International Development Director; Guy Simard, Art Consultant Ève-Marie Bilodeau and Guy Simard are pleased to welcome you to their exhibition booth, offering a fabulous selection of bronze sculptures, one of Canada’s most impressive. Also presenting original paintings. This is the opportunity to discover the artwork of our great artists: André Desjardins, Renzo, Ira Reines and Torres. Our original Canadian, American and Colombian born painters and sculptors are true blue-chip artists. By developing the international art markets – United States, Asia and Europe, the gallerists are promoting the excellent work of their talented artists. A visit to our booth promises a unique and amazing experience. Artists Represented: André Desjardins, Renzo, Ira Reines, Torres

Renzo, A Solid Thought, 2011, Bronze, 31.25”h x 11”w x 14”d

André Desjardins, L’Étoile Intérieure, 2011, Oil and Pigment on Canvas, 58 x 46 inches

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André Desjardins, Toujours et Encore, 2011, Bronze, 21”h x 21”w x 20”d

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George Krevsky Gallery 77 Geary Street, Second Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-397-9748 Fax 415-397-9749 www.georgekrevskygallery.com info@georgekrevskygallery.com

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www.hadarmetaldesign.com

George Krevsky Gallery is pleased to present New York metal sculptor and mixed media artist, Josh Hadar in the Sculpture Garden.

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Gerald Peters Gallery 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075 Tel 212- 628-9760 Fax 212-628-9635 1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM, 87501 Tel 505-954-5700 www.gpgallery.com pmarcelle@gpgallery.com

Peter Marcelle, Director; Betsy Maloney, Catherine McCormick Gerald Peters Gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century American paintings, drawings, and sculpture, plus selected contemporary works. Representative for the Estates of Max Weber, Gaston Lachaise, William Zorach, and Marguerite Zorach. Artists Represented: Eric Fischl, Michael Goldberg

Josh Hadar, Photovoltaic Acacia Tree, 2011 Steel, Glass, Solar Panels, Battery, LED Light Clusters, 6’ x 5’5”

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Eric Fischl, Ten Breaths: Samaritan, 2007-2008, Bronze, 46 x 52 x 46 inches, Edition 1 of 3

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J. Lohmann Gallery By appointment New York, NY 10065 Tel 212-734-1445 Fax 212-734-1446 www.jlohmanngallery.com info@jlohmanngallery.com Joern Lohmann, Director J. Lohmann Gallery specializes in 20th and 21st century design and decorative arts with an emphasis on contemporary ceramics. Artists Represented: Sandra Davolio, Steen Ipsen, Merete Rasmussen, Frank Schillo, Ann Van Hoey

Steen Ipsen, Tied Up, 2012, Glazed Ceramic, 23 x 10 x 9 inches

Sandra Davolio, Vessel, 2012, Porcelain, 8 x 10 1/2 inches

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Merete Rasmussen, Multi Loop, 2012, Stoneware, 12 1/2 x 17 1/2 x 14 inches

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Jackson Fine Art 3115 East Shadowlawn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30305 Tel 404-233-3739 Fax 404-233-1205 www.jacksonfineart.com courtney@jacksonfineart.com

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Anna Walker Skilliman, Owner/Director; Courtney Lee, Director Jackson Fine Art specializes in 20th Century and contemporary photography.

Jason McCoy Gallery 41 East 57th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10022 Tel 212-319-1996 Fax 212-319-4799 www.jasonmccoyinc.com

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Jason McCoy, President; Stephen M. Cadwalader, Vice-President; Stephanie B. Simmons, Director; Kelly Reynolds, Gallery Associate/Registrar Showing works by Jackson Pollock & Lee Krasner.

Artists Represented: Holly Andres, Roger Ballen, Lillian Bassman, Harry Benson, Edouard Boubat, Christopher Bucklow, Andrew Bush, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Simon Chaput, William Christenberry, Bruce Davidson, Robert Doisneau, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Mitch Epstein, Elliott Erwitt, Lalla Essaydi, Walker Evans, Tierney Gearon, Lynn Geesaman, George Georgiou, David Hilliard, Sarah Hobbs, Josef Hoflehner, Horst P. Horst, Frank Horvat, Michael Kenna, Andre Kertesz, William Klein, Mona Kuhn, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Arthur Leipzig, Saul Leiter, Herman Leonard, David Leventi, Helen Levitt, Greg Lotus, Danny Lyon, Vivian Maier, Sally Mann, Edith Maybin, Ray Metzker, Joel Meyerowitz, Andrew Moore, Abelardo Morell, Lyle Owerko, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, EJAF Photography Portfolio, Matthew Pillsbury, Paper-Cut-Project, Richard Renaldi, Willy Ronis, Steve Schapiro, Bastienne Schmidt, Todd Selby, Masato Seto, Julius Shulman, Chip Simone, Vee Speers, Jack Spencer, Mark Steinmetz, David Stephenson, Louis Stettner, Joseph Szabo, Ron van Dongen, Ruud van Empel, Massimo Vitali, Masao Yamamoto

David Leventi, Estates Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic, 2008, Archival Pigment Print, 50 x 60 inches

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Artists Represented: Kenneth Blom, Glenn Goldberg, Terrell James, Kevin King, Nick Lamia, Christiane Löhr, Grégoire Müller, Victoria Neel, Annelies Strba. Estates: Stephen Greene, Frederick Kiesler

Lee Krasner, Peacock, 1973, Oil on canvas, 82 inches square

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June Kelly Gallery 166 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-226-1660 Fax 212-226-2433 www.junekellygallery.com junekellygalleryinfo@earthlink.net

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June Kelly, Director; Natalie Jones, Assistant Director; Charles Storer, Assistant The June Kelly Gallery was founded in 1987 in the historic SoHo district of New York City. The gallery specializes in contemporary paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography and represents work by a diverse group of emerging, mid-career and established artists, many of whom have achieved international recognition and acclaim. Exhibitions by gallery artists have received numerous reviews in leading publications that cover the art world, including ARTnews, Art in America, The New York Times and Sculpture Magazine. The artists themselves have also been profiled in those publications, and the gallery was featured in a cover story in Art + Auction magazine.

km contemporary East Hampton, NY 11937 Tel 516-318-0000 www. karynmannixcontemporary.com karynmannix@optonline.net

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Founded in 2004, karyn mannix contemporary is a contemporary and secondary market gallery located in East Hampton, with its main focus on Hampton artists. The gallery is relocating to Bridgehampton, NY October 2012. Artists Represented: Steve Haweeli, Charles McGill, Robert Rauschenberg, David Salle, Evan Zatti, Steve Zaluski (outdoor sculpture)

Artists Represented: Mark Alsterlind, Toyce Anderson, Elise Asher, Karin Batten, Stan Brodsky, Moe Brooker, Elizabeth Catlett, Colin Chase, Carmen Cicero, Claudia DeMonte, Joan Giordano, Alex Harsley, LeRoy Henderson, Su-Li Hung, Frances Hynes, Tonya Ingersol, Victor Kord, Su Kwak, Sander Lerner, Jame Little, Lisa Mackie, Charles Martin, Joyce Melander-Dayton, Claire Moore, Sana Musasama, Sky Pape, John Pinderhughes, Sarah Plimpton, Larry Potter, Debra Priestly, Robert Reid, Edwin Ruda, Jane Schneider, Path Soong, Hanibal Srouji, Posoon Park Sung, Julio Valdez, Kay WalkingStick, Rebecca Welz, Philemona Williamson, Nola Zirin

Hanibal Srouji, Cage 21, 2008, Acrylic and graphite on canvas, diptycyh, 28 3/4 x 57 1/2 inches

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Evan Zatti, Love, 2012, Encaustic

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kasia kay art projects gallery

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215 N. Aberdeen St., Chicago, IL 60607 Tel 312-944-0408 www.kasiakaygallery.com info@kasiakaygallery.com Kasia Kay / Gallery Director & Founder kasia kay art projects is a Chicago-based gallery with a focus on exhibiting to an international clientele through art fairs and site-specific exhibition projects, removing the experience of the shows from the “white cube” of the conventional gallery space. kasia kay art projects manages to continue this integral narrative of permeability and flux while maintaining an established gallery space in the midst of Chicago’s vibrant West Loop gallery district.

Katharina Rich Perlow Fine Arts PO Box 20604, Cherokee Sta., New York, NY 10021 Tel 212-644-7171 Fax 212-644-2519 www.Artnet.com/katharinarichperlow perlowgallery@aol.com

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Katharina Rich Perlow, Director; William Perlow, Asst. Director The Gallery features American art of Abstract Expressionism, 1950s-1970s, secondary market. Also, well-established artists, figurative as well as abstract of high quality. Artists Represented: Sally Michel Avery, Donald Baechler, James Brooks, Alexander Calder, Giorgio Cavallon, William Clutz, Tom Ferrara, John Ferren, Yvonne Thomas, Jay Rosenblum, Donald Sultan, Robert Kushner, Abraham Walkowitz, Stephen Pace, Sam Francis, Friedel Dzubas, Helion

Artists Represented: Duncan R. Anderson, Kevin Berlin, Sandra Bermudez, Hebru Brantley, Daniel Bruttig, Diane Christiansen, Erika Harrsch, Claudia Hart, Elisa Johns, Rim Lee, Maleonn, David A. Parker, Ben Young

Kevin Berlin, Costume Party #2, 2011, Oil on canvas, 61 x 45 1/2 inches

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George McNeil, Peter’s Dream Image, 1983, Oil/paper/panel 50 x 44 inches

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KIWI Arts Group, Presented by Birnam Wood Galleries

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48 NW 29 St., Miami, FL 33127 www.kiwiartsgroup.com info@kiwiartsgroup.com Tel 305-200-3047 Michael E. Huter, Publisher/Director; Louis Canales, Creative Director/Associate; Jeffrey J. Wilkinson, Director of Operations/Associate KIWI Arts Group, in collaboration with Birnam Wood Galleries, presents the William John Kennedy photography collection featuring Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana, along with other key New York figures who defined the rising Pop Art movement in the early ‘60s. After nearly 50 years in storage, a select number of the almost forgotten rare and historic images have been carefully chosen and published. Kennedy’s extraordinary photographs, many of which are the only such images in existence, reveal a story of the pivotal moments and players who shaped the course of American art in the second half of the 20th century. By gaining access to the artists during the months just prior to their imminent fame—and to their world that was typically closed to outsiders—Kennedy’s brilliance offers today’s viewing public the opportunity to take home a piece of history. Most recently, a selection from the Kennedy archives have become part of the Andy Warhol Museum’s permanent collection.

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Louis K. Meisel/ Daniel Dens Studio

Daniel Dens Studio 903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY 11976 Tel 917-288-0065 Louis K. Meisel Gallery, 141 Prince St., New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-677-1340 Fax 212-533-7340 www.danieldens.com info@danieldens.com Daniel Dens, Owner; Maia Landau, Gallery Director Dens, a self-taught artist, born and raised in Belgium, found his inspiration throughout his world travels and various aquatic careers. In 2002, he moved to Venice, California, and began creating mixedmedia pieces on recycled materials, including paintings, silkscreens, and collages. For the past eight years, Dens has been in New York City refining his technique to create high-quality silkscreen paintings and sculptures. Dens’ work is best known for its celebrity collectors and caché. His most recent solo exhibition, at the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, showcased his large mural paintings and La La La sculptures, and was reviewed in the May issue of ARTnews Magazine. In addition to having three recent solo shows in the New York area, Dens had an ongoing show at Saatchi & Saatchi, NYC, from 2008-2010. Artists Represented: Daniel Dens, Hans Van de Bovenkamp

Artist Represented: William John Kennedy

William John Kennedy, Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate II, 1964, Silver Gelatin Fiber Print, 24 x 20 inches

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Daniel Dens, Klaus, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 84 x 84 inches

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Madison Gallery 1020 Prospect St., Ste. 130, La Jolla, CA 92037 Tel 858-159-0836 Fax 858-459-0790 www.madisongalleries.com info@madisongalleries.com Lorna York, Founder/Owner; Malissa Saghatchi, Director At Art Hamptons 2012, Madison Gallery will represent the estate of Dutch-American painter Luc Leestemaker which includes a collection that spans two decades including early works and ethereal paintings from 2011-2012. Luc Leestemaker passed away in Los Angeles on May 18, 2012 on his 55th birthday. Born the Netherlands, Leestemaker moved the U.S. in the 1990s where he played a vital role in strengthening and developing the arts community of southern California. As an abstract painter, he took inspiration from fellow Dutchmen Willem De Kooning and Karel Appel. Leestemaker quickly evolved a more lyrical style, in which the expansive brushstrokes and vivid palette of Abstract Expressionism becalm themselves, ultimately taking on the composition and atmosphere of land- and seascapes. Leestemaker’s work continues to be exhibited widely throughout North America and Europe, in museums, galleries, and various public spaces. Artists Represented: Miya Ando, Gisela Colon, Lori Cozen-Geller, Matt Devine, Richard Erdman, Karim Ghidinelli, Jaehyo Lee, Michael Kalish, Michael Kessler, Luc Leestemaker, Richard Roblin, Monika Steiner, James Verbicky

Luc Leestemaker, 2011.03, 2011, Mixed media on canvas, 80 x 72 inches

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Luc Leestemaker, 2011.65, 2011, Mixed media on canvas, 80 x 72 inches

Luc Leestemaker, Chrysanthemum #6, 2010, Mixed media on canvas, 80 x 95 inches

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Manifold Editions

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6 Wetherby Gardens, London, England, SW5 0JN, UK Tel +44 (0) 20 7370 7202 Fax +44 (0) 20 7370 1229 www.manifoldeditions.com info@manifoldeditions.com James Booth-Clibborn, Director; Ann Booth-Clibborn, Marketing Manager

Manifold Editions is an established contemporary art publisher and distributor working with leading artists to publish original limited editions either as single individual prints or a series of works. All editions are produced to the highest print standards, hand-crafted in a wide range of print techniques. All prints are offered in limited edition, and each edition is signed and numbered by the artist. Artists Represented: Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, Elizabeth Magill, Gary Hume, Anish Kapoor

Damien Hirst, Victory over Death, 2008, Photogravure Etching, 47 x 42 1/2 inches

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Mark Borghi Fine Art 52 E 76th Street, New York, NY 10021 2426 Main St., Bridgehampton, NY 11932 255 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, FL 33480 Tel 212-439-6425 www.borghi.org mark@borghi.org

Mark Borghi, Art Dealer, Gallery Owner; Katie Harris, Assistant; Sarah Kennedy, Assistant Mark Borghi Fine Art specializes in American Post-War and Contemporary Art. Artists Represented: Ed Moses, Lisa Jack

Lisa Jack, Barak Obama Occidental College, No. 2, 1980, Gelatin Silver, Print, 16 x 20 inches

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McNeill Art Group 143 Reade St., New York, NY 10013 Tel 631-838-4843 www.mcneillartgroup.com mcneillartgroup@mac.com

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Beth McNeill, Director; Lee Ann Bulgin, Assistant

Michael H. Lord Gallery 1090 N. Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 92262 Tel 760-699-8957 Fax 760-699-8962 www.michaelhlordgallery.com art@michaelhlordgallery.com

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Michael Lord, Owner; Sam Heaton, Director McNeill Art Group specializes in contemporary painting, photography, sculpture and site specific installations. Beth McNeill, founder of McNeill Art Group, strives to emphasize the importance of art through alternative exhibitions and private consulting. Focusing on curating as an artform endows McNeill Art Group the ability to change shape and perspective with each event and each individual client. McNeill Art Group works side by side with artists to promote not just a single exhibition, but to develop a career. Functioning as a manager, McNeill Art Group allows artists’ the freedom to concentrate their efforts on the production of engaging works of art.

Contemporary American and European paintings, sculpture, photography, and works on paper, since 1978 Artists Represented: Robert Beauchamp, Marc Chagall, Michael Childers, Carlo D’Alessio, David Einstein, Christopher Georgesco, Betty Gold, Jan Groover, Grace Hartigan, Leland Y. Lee, Don Morris, Georgia O’Keeffe, David Salle, Mike Rebholz, Roger Selden, Frank Stella, Bill Weaver

Artists Represented: Jeff Muhs

Jeff Muhs, The Triumph of Chastity, After Lotto, 2012, Oil on canvas, 62 x 74 inches diptych

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Roger Selden, Untitled, 1995, Mixed media, 63 1/2 x 491/2 inches

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Museum Works Galleries 222 Merchadise Mart Plaza, Suite 1850, Chicago, IL 60654 Tel 312-464-1711 www.mwgalleries.com info@mwgalleries.com

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Jordan Goodman, Partner; Robert Casterline, Partner; Taylor Capodanno, Director Museum Works Galleries offers a wide range of art pieces from some of the top established and emerging artists, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Alicia LaChance, Ilona Zaremba and Danielle Procaccio. The gallery specializes in the finest post-war contemporary pieces. With the ability to network with other galleries, dealers and brokers, MW Galleries deals with estates, collectors and artists to acquire some of the most sought-after pieces in the world. MW Galleries also provides personal and corporate art consulting for investors and collectors. A visit to Museum Works Galleries is like a visit to a museum, except the art is for sale. Museum Works pieces can be found in numerous important collections around the world. Artists Represented: Emerging Artists– Danielle Procaccio, David Gianfredi, Edgar Medina, Ilona Zaremba, Jess B, Mark Acetelli, Alicia LaChance. Investment Artist Represented– Sam Francis, Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Charles Arnoldi, Donald Baechler, Roy Lichtenstein, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Ryan McGinness, Vik Muniz

Danielle Procaccio, Epic Surf, 2012, Oil, acrylic and resin with collage on canvas, 45 x 70 inches

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

Donald Baechler, Yellow Rose, 2009, Gesso, flashe and paper collage on paper, 52 x 40 inches

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Modernbook Gallery 49 Geary Street 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-732-0300 www.modernbook.com info@modernbook.com

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Mark Pinsukanjana, Director; Bryan Yedinak, Gallery Director; Danny Sanchez, Gallery Manager Modernbook Gallery was founded in 1999. Artists represented span the spectrum from emerging to mid-career. Techniques may fall in the tradition of darkroom photographic practices; venture into the realm of alternative or mixed media; or experiment with digital technology. In addition to the gallery space in San Francisco, Modernbook has published a selection of books by artists such as Tom Chambers, Fan Ho, Brigitte Carnochan, and Fred Lyon. To connect with art enthusiasts outside the San Francisco Bay Area, Modernbook Gallery participates in numerous art fairs throughout the United States and Canada. Artists Represented: Jamie Baldridge, Ryan Bush, Brigitte Carnochan, Tom Chambers, Raven Victoria Erebus, Christina Florkowski, Susan Friedlander, Jefferson Hayman, Fan Ho, Jenny Honnert Abell, David Imlay, Brent Townshend

Jamie Baldridge, Perils of Lepidoptery, 2011, Archival Pigment, Photograph, 40 x 40 inches

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NAC Gallery 200 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, FL 33131 Tel 805-272-5831 www.nacgallery.com vincent@nacgallery.com

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Vincent Harrison, Director; Karla Livingston, Asst. Director NAC Group is a global entity that consists of a group of like minded individuals with a shared passion and purpose. We have rejected today’s accepted conventional wisdom when it comes to how a gallery should operate. When we look back through art history, fortune has always favored the rule breakers and the trend setters, not the conformists and the followers. We offer consulting services to collectors, publishers, and dealers. We represent collections and estates enabling them an effective presence in the global market place. We have operations in Miami, New York, and London.NAC Gallery, a division of NAC group provides a vehicle for our family of emerging and mid-level career artists to reach their respective audiences in as targeted and effective way as possible. Artists Represented: Warhol, Lichtenstein, Basquiat, Indiana, Dali, Matta, Diego Jacobson, NFN Kalyan, GG, Tony Roko, Barry Gross, David Datuna

David Datuna, Viewpoint of millions, 2012, Mixed media, 45 x 70 inches

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Nova’s Ark Project 30 & 60 Millstone Road, Water Mill, NY 11976 Tel 631-537-0004 Fax 631-537-0061 www.novasarkproject.com ark@optonline.net

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Tundra Wolf/Luna Shanaman, Owners Nova’s Ark Project was founded by the Romanian-born sculptor Mihai Popa, known as Nova. In 1986 he began converting an old Bridgehampton farm into an art complex consisting of sculpture fields, galleries, workshops and the famous hand-crafted ‘elliptical house’. Simultaneously, Nova created a vast body of sculptures and other art works integrated with nature -- a “territory of spirit”. All the works on view were created by this one remarkable man. His lifetime body of available works can be seen by appointment. Artists Represented: Nova

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Oxenberg Fine Art 50 NE 29 Street, Miami, FL 33137 Tel 305-854-7104 Fax 305-854-7106 www.oxenbergart.com gallery@oxenbergart.com Harvey Oxenberg, Director; Nory Contractor, Assistant; Jackie Valle, Assistant

Contemporary Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, Prints and Sculpture by American and International Artists “I began collecting art in the early 1980’s, starting with beautiful photographs by Bruce Weber and continued to acquire works by many established contemporary artists in the ensuing twenty five years. I established Oxenberg Fine Art LLC in 2007. I decided to combine my love of art and business acumen, applying both to becoming an art dealer and representing an extraordinary group of artists. I understand the intricacies of the art world and enjoy assisting individuals starting collections as well as seasoned art buyers. I also act as a private art dealer, locating special artworks for clients as well as deaccession of collections.” - Harvey Oxenberg Artists Represented: Humberto Castro, Roberto Edwards, Volker Kühn, Cheryl Maeder, César Santos, Fernando Vignoli, Massimo Vitali, Joseph Wheelwright, Marcelo Wong

Nova, Daisy, 2005, Steel, 19’ x 9’ x 3’

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Humberto Castro, Los doce ensayos del alquimista (The Twelve Trials of the Alchemist), 2010, Ink oil and acrylic on Fabriano paper, 42 x 59 inches

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Parker’s Box 193 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 Tel/Fax 718-388-2882 www.parkersbox.com info@parkersbox.com

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Alun Williams, Director; Laura Alcantara, Gallery Assistant; Alexandra Doyle, Gallery Assistant Parker’s Box is a twelve year old gallery, established in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn in 2000. The gallery is committed to championing the work of both American and overseas artists whose practice and attitudes are innovatory while being instilled with curiosity towards both the mechanisms of the contemporary world, and the mechanisms that can operate within a work of art.

Peter Marcelle Gallery 2411 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Tel 631-613-6170 www.petermarcellegallery.com cmccormick@petermarcellegallery.com

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Catherine McCormick, Director; Betsy Maloney, Director Peter Marcelle Gallery specializes in American modern and contemporary art with a focus on Andrew Wyeth. Artists Represented: Eric Fischl, Andrew Wyeth, Marc Sijan, Donald Sultan,

Artists Represented: Beatriz Barral, Virginie Barré, John Bjerklie, Steven Brower, Simon Faithfull, Jason Glasser, Tim Laun, Patrick Martinez, Caroline Mccarthy, Géraldine Pastor Lloret, Bruno Peinado, Tere Recarens, Mike Rogers, Samuel Rousseau, Stefan Sehler, Joshua Stern, Gerard Williams

Virginie Barré, Hopi Girl and Television on Castors by Hans Gugelot, 1956 (from the “Bauhaus” series), 2006, gouache, marker, 40 x 29 7/8 inches (101.6 x 75.89 cm), framed

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Eric Fisch, Untitled, 2011, Unique collage, gold leaf and poured resin, 60 x 40 inches, Pencil signed, verso

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Peter Mendenhall Gallery 6150 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048 Tel 323-936-0061 www.petermendenhallgallery.com info@petermendenhallgallery.com

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Peter Mendenhall; Daniella Goddard Specializes in contemporary painting. Artists Represented: Albert Contreras, Daniel Douke, Angela Kallus, Kenton Nelson, Raimonds Staprans

Portico New York, Inc. 139 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-941-1444 www.porticony.com staff@porticony.com

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Steven Lowy, Co-Founder; Sahili Sheth; Curatorial Associate; Brian George, Curatorial and Framing Associate; Alexa Rast, Studio Assistant “Order and Chaos in Mid-Century Modernism” explores turning points in modern art from 1910 to 1950. The First World War saw a period of increased experimentation in expressionism in both figuration and abstraction. Many artists painted in the late ‘teens in a vigorous expressionist style. In the 1920s, we see examples of a more graceful lyrical abstraction and a renewed focus on beauty. The geometric abstraction of the 30s and 40s pioneered by the artists of the Russian Constructivist movement, the Bauhaus and der Sturm, emphasized order and control, in contrast to the increasing chaos of the time. With the culmination of WWII in 1945, the desire for liberation and freedom evident in the art of the ‘teens took hold again. In marched a new generation of abstract expressionist artists, with Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning at the vanguard. Order and Chaos in Mid-Century Modernism examines this cycle of expression. John Anderson, Rudolf Bauer, Emil Bisttram, Robert Cannon, Gordon Onslow Ford, Juanita [Rice] Guccione, Richard Hambleton, Gerome Kamrowski, Irene Rice Pereira, Robert Preusser, Hilla Rebay, Rolph Scarlett, Xanti Schawinsky.

Kenton Nelson, Revival, 2012, Oil on canvas, 24 x 24 inches

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Rolph Scarlett, Untitled (Drip-6), ca. 1948-52, Oil on masonite, 24 x 24 inches

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Quantum Contemporary Art 71 Warriner Gardens, London, SW11 4XW, UK Tel 0044 7765 255800 Fax 0044 207 4987878 www.quantumart.co.uk info@quantumart.co.uk

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Johnny Gorman, Tara Williams We were founded in 1997. We have a large gallery in a converted Victorian laundry in central London in England. We represent 25 artists and participate in art fairs all over the world. Artists Represented: Stiliana Alexieva, Harry Brioche, Alison Pullen, Atsuko Fujii, Emmie van Biervliet, Michael Angove, Jan Coutts, Garry Pereira, Harry Brioche, Vanessa Whitehouse, Nigel Cox, Katie OSullivan, Sarah Wood

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery 262 Mott Street, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-925-3500

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2a Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, London W1T 6BA, UK Tel +44 0 20 7436 4899 28 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2NA, UK Tel +44 0 20 7255 2828 www.r-h-g.com infonyc@rebeccahossack.com Rebecca Hossack, Director/Owner Laurie Carroll, New York Gallery Director Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery was founded in central London in 1988, and has since built up a reputation for exhibiting contemporary art of rare individual vision. The gallery currently has two London sites at 28 Charlotte Street, W1 and 2A Conway Street, W1 and opened a New York space last year at 262 Mott Street. Artists Represented: Peter Clark, Toby Burrows, Phil Shaw, Andrew Taylor, David Bromley, Karen Nicol, Rebecca Jewell, Maria Clemen, Steven Nederveen, Morten Lassen, Will & Caro, Allyson Reynolds

Stilian Alexieva, A Sense of Peace, 2012, Oil and mixed media on aluminium panel, 40 x 20 inches

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David Bromley, Sailing, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 60 inches

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Realism Fine Art Gallery 314 - 674 Leg In Boot Sq., Vancouver British Columbia, V5Z4B4, Canada Tel 604-877-1802 www.realismfineart.com info@realismfineart.com

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Marina Sheversky, Director; Alexander Green, Manager; Anna Sheversky, Sales Representative Realism Fine Art Gallery offers the finest in contemporary realist paintings and sculpture created by American and European leading artists. Artists Represented: Malkolm T Liepke, Nikolai Blokhin, Alexander Sheversky, Chrles Dwyer, Sorin Sorin, Nadia Lozano, Zin Lim, Andrei Belichenko, Alexei Velikjanin, Vladimir Goncharuk, Elena Shlegel, Tamara Korako

Malkolm T Liepke, Ribbons In Her Hair, 2011, Oil on linen, 18 x 18 inches

Charles J Dwyer, Making Her Perfect, 2012, pastel on paper, 40 x 30 inches

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Alexander Sheversky, Radiant Youth, 2010, Oil, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

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Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery 90 Main St., Sag Harbor, NY 11963 Tel 631-725-1161 Fax 631-725-1163 www.rjdgallery.com art@rjdgallery.com

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Richard Demato, Owner; Harriet Sawyer, Partner/Artist; Eve Corio Gianni, Director The Richard J Demato Gallery is committed to seeking out and showing the work of emerging and mid-career artists with a focus on Narrative Figurative Portraiture, American Magic Realism, Mixed Media, and Contemporary Landscape. The Gallery’s intent is to foster the careers of our artists through exposure to new and diverse markets both nationally and internationally as well as here at home in Sag Harbor. The Richard J Demato gallery has also made a commitment to donate a portion of its proceeds to non-profit causes, including but not exclusive to, The Retreat theretreatinc.org, The Southampton Animal Shelter, and Fountain House NYC www.fountainhouse.org.

Donato Giancola, Progeny, 2010, Oil on Panel, 36 x 60 inches

Artists Represented: Jeff Aeling, Jhina Alvarado, Michael Carson, Margit Fureder, Jim Gemake, Jack Gerber, Donato Giancola, Mikel Glass, Haley Hasler, Andrea Kowch, Frank Oriti, Kyla Zoe Rafert, Sandro De La Rosa, Harriet Sawyer, Mimi Silver, Kevin Sloan, Phillip Thomas, Cindy Tower, Dan VanLandingham, Bart Vargas, Xiaolu Zhang

Andrea Kowch, Her Fancy, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 36 inches

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Harriet Sawyer, Being On The Grid, 2012, Oil on canvas, 48 x 30 inches

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Retrospect Galleries

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Samuel Owen Gallery

52 Jonson Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481 Australia Tel +61 2 6680 8825 Fax: +61 2 66808352 www.retrospectgalleries.com sales@retrospectgalleries.com

378 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06831 Tel 203-422-6500 Fax 203-422-6501 www.samuelowengallery.com info@samuelowen.com

Retrospect Galleries NSW is Byron Bay’s premier fine art gallery, renowned for presenting cutting edge works from established and emerging Australian artists and designers. We coordinate an exciting annual program of exhibitions, supported by artist talks, workshops and discussions and are continually showcasing new works and introducing fresh talent from around the country. Our gallery comprises three light filled exhibition spaces, all with 24/7 window space. Throughout the year we coordinate an exciting program of exhibitions and events including artist talks. We also offer a comprehensive online Gallery featuring all the latest works by our represented and guest artists.

Lee Milazzo, Owner; Nancy Meckel, Gallery Director; Nan Zander, Sales; Jennifer Sommer, Sales

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Samuel Owen Gallery specializes in emerging contemporary artist in all mediums. Artists Represented: Peter Tunney, Eric Zenner, Todd Lim, Roberto Dutesco, Jeffrey Terreson, Robert Jackson, Andy Warhol

Artists Represented: Alberto Sanchez, Ali Mitton, Andrew Hmelnitsky, Artslave, Christie and Kelly Turner, Cornelia Burless, Courtney Brims, Craig Martin, Dave Newman, Di West, Fiona Kennedy Altoft, Harry Thring, Hilary Herrmann, James McMillan, Jan Van Dijk, John Cottrell, Johnny Romeo, Juan Fernandez, Kareena Zerefos, Kellie ODempsey, Kelly Sullivan, Lilly Piri, Lisa Lee, Luke Taaffe, Lyndy Delian, Marie Danielle Leblanc, Mia Taninaka, Michael Jenkins, Michelle Dawson, Mike Chavez, Nick Fedaeff, Noel Hart, Perran Costi, Rob Tucker, Ross Booker, Ross Tamlin, Shane Martin, Shannon Doyle, Toby Burrows, Tracey Keller, Trevor Worden, Vivian Hart

Alberto Sanchez, Romance de la pena, Hand-painted photograph on 300 gsm hannemule fine art paper, mounted on dibond, resin coated, 140 x 140 cm

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Peter Tunney, CANDYLAND, 2012, Mixed media, 48 x 72 inches

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Sous Les Etoiles Gallery 560 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-966-0796 www.souslesetoilesgallery.net contact@souslesetoilesgallery.net

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Corinne Tapia, Director Founded in 2006 and located in the historic Photo Building at 560 Broadway, Soho, New York, Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is devoted to photography and photo-based art. The photography collection is comprised of high quality work by a select group of established and emerging contemporary artists, who encompass a variety of genres and photographic processes. Artists Represented: Sophie Delaporte, David Zimmerman, Wolfram Ruoff, Reiner Reidler, Jean Michel Berts, Ichigo Sugawara, Wendy Paton

Sophie Delaporte, Masha #7, 2010, Archival Pigment Print, 23 1/2 x 35 1/2 inches, Edition of 10

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Thomas Paul Fine Art Art of the New America

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7270 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036 Tel 323-525-0444 Fax 323-525-0448 www.tpaulfineart.com info@tpaulfineart.com Thomas Paul, Owner/Director Art of the New America is presented by Thomas Paul Fine Art with the support and patronage of actor, producer and collector Cheech Marin. The objective of Art of the New America is to exhibit and make available works by the next generation of important Chicano Artists. Artists Represented: Jari “Werc� Alvarez, Carlos Donjuan, Margaret Garcia, Benito Huerta, Ricardo Ruiz

Benito Huerta, Exile off Main Street, 2012, Oil on velvet, and fire and tar on plywood

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Tao Water Art Gallery 352 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 Tel 508-487-8880 Fax 508-362-7828 1989 Route 6A, W. Barnstable, MA 02668 Tel 508-375-0428 www.taowatergallery.com info@taowatergallery.com Bao Lede, Director; Dian Tong, Director Tao Water Art Gallery is one of the largest galleries in the country featuring Asian contemporary art, represents more than 50 leading artists from China and USA. Artists Represented: Bao Lede, Li Wang, George Xiong, Duo Ling Huang, Zhao Kai Lin, jiang Peng, Xue Mo, etc.

George Xiong, Mandala-1, Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

Bao Lede, Warrior, Oil, ink and rice paper on Canvas, 58 x 50 inches

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Li Wang, Crossing 12-1, Ink and color on rice paper, 16 x 17 inches

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Throckmorton Fine Art

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145 E. 57th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10022 Tel 212-223-1059 Fax 212-223-1937 www.throckmorton-nyc.com info@throckmorton-nyc.com

Spencer Throckmorton-Owner/President; Kraige Block-Executive Director; Norberto Rivera-Director of Photography; Dimitri Treantafilos-Gallerist/ Registrar; Sean Cleary-Gallery Manager/Art Handler Throckmorton Fine Art is an art gallery based in New York. We specialize in vintage and contemporary Latin American photography, Pre-Columbian art and textiles, and archaic Chinese artifacts. Included in the Vintage photography inventory are images by such luminaries as Tina Modotti, Manuel Alvarez-Bravo, Edward Weston, and Martin Chambi. The Contemporary inventory includes works by artists such as Mario Algaze, Mario Cravo Neto, Valdir Cruz, Flor Garduño, Luis Gonzalez Palma, and Graciela Iturbide to name a few. The gallery’s extensive inventory includes major works of museum quality. We are committed to showing works by established as well as emerging artists. The gallery is unusual in that we encompass a wide variety of material in many mediums: photography, textiles, paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. Artists Represented: Ruven Afanador, Mario Algaze, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Lola ÁlvarezBravo, Hugo Brehme, Henri Cartier Bresson, Marilyn Bridges, Lucien Clergue, Mario Cravo Neto, Christian Cravo, Valdir Cruz, Flor Garduño, Graciela Iturbide, Andre Kertesz, George Platt Lynes, Leo Matiz, Dirk McDonnell, Tina Modotti, Nickolas Muray, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Aldo Sessa, Gao Yuan, Dimitris Yeros, Edward Weston

China, Head of Buddha, Tang Period, 618-907 CE, Marble, H: 9 1/2 inches

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Tulla Booth Gallery 66 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 Tel: 631-725-3100 Fax 631-726-6835 www.tullaboothgallery.com tboothgallery@aol.com Tulla Booth, Director; Edward Segal, Sales

Tulla Booth Gallery, founded 2003, is highly acclaimed for it’s collection of contemporary, modern and vintage photography. We offer timeless, authentic and stylish images by world renowned, established, documentary and celebrity photographers including Steve McCurry, Burt Glinn, Bruno Barbey, Gösta Peterson, and others. We are always on the lookout for emerging and more experimental photographers such as Blair Seagram with engaging, panoramic, action packed surfer images and Bob Tabor’s extraordinarily striking large-scale prints of his equestrian studies many of which are featured in book “Horse Whisperings.” New to the gallery Stephen Wilkes know his for haunting images in the book “Ellis Island.” We will feature his new exciting new series “Day To Night” Artists Represented: Bruno Barbey, Tulla Booth, Ann Gabriele, Lynn

Geesaman, Burt Glinn, Daniel Jones, Karine Laval, John Margaritis, Barbara Macklowe, Steve McCurry, Judith McMillan, Ruth Orkin, Gösta Peterson, Blair Seagram, Dennis Stock, Bert Stern, Bob Tabor, Stephen Wilkes

©Stephen Wilkes, Flat Iron - NY, from the Day to Night Series

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United Gallery 79 rue de Hennin, Brussels, 1050, Belgium Tel 00 32 2 640 10 40 Fax 00 32 2 344 21 57 www.theunitedgallery.com info@theunitedgallery.com

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Grégoire Vogelsang, Director; Elia Dratwa, Sales Manager; Zoe Christensen, Collaboratrice; Chantal Krischek,Collaboratrice. Founded in 2009, United Gallery is located in the heart of Europe, in Brussels. The gallery represents over 20 national and international, established and emerging painters, photographers and sculptors. United Gallery’s main focus is descovering and representing them to an international and mature audience worldwide. Artists Represented: Luc Dratwa, Marc Lagrange, Denis Marie Stoot,

Antoine Rose, Todd Gavin, Fiona Tan, Guy Stanley Philoche, Claude Roegiers, Tigi Van Gil, Valérie Nagant, Paula Raiglot

Universal Limited Art Editions 1446 North Clinton Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706 Tel 631-665-2291 Fax 631-665-1758 551 W 21st Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10011 www.ulae.com prints@ulae.com

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Bill Goldston, Director; Hayley Nichols Universal Limited Art Editions, Inc. (ULAE) is a fine art print publisher located in Bay Shore, New York founded in 1957 by Tatyana Grosman. Her vision was to make original lithographs and artist books, and she began working with artists such as Larry Rivers, Jasper Johns, and Robert Rauschenberg. Bill Goldston joined Grosman in 1969 and has since worked with younger artists and master printers in the mediums of stone and offset lithography, intaglio, woodcut, digital printing, and bookmaking to continue Grosman’s legacy. Today ULAE is represented in the collections of many major museums including The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Tate Gallery in London and the National Art Museum of China in Beijing. The Museum of Modern Art in New York began acquiring the first impression of every edition published by ULAE in 1960 and still continues that tradition today. Artists Represented: Lee Bontecou, Cecily Brown, Mary Callery, Enrique Chagoya, Amy Cutler, Jim Dine, Carroll Dunham, Mark Fox, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, R. Buckminster Fuller, Ellen Gallagher, Orly Genger, Robert Goodnough, Maurice Grosman, Jane Hammond, Grace Hartigan, Bill Jensen, Jasper Johns, Joey Kotting, Julian Lethbridge, Rosa Loy, Suzanne McClelland, Jason Middlebrook, Robert Motherwell, Elizabeth Murray, Barnett Newman, Claes Oldenberg, Robert Rauschenberg, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Susan Rothenberg, Ed Ruscha, Edwin Schlossberg, James Siena, Kiki Smith, Richard Tuttle, Cy Twombly, Tam Van Tran, Terry Winters, Zachary Wollard, Lisa Yuskavage

Luc Dratwa, Subway 3516, 2011, Photography-diasec, 47 x 70 inches (120x180 cm)

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Mark Fox, This Too, 2012, Lithograph, 44 x 28 15/16 inches

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Villa del Arte Galleries Calle Tapineria 39, Barcelona, bcn 8002, Spain Tel +34 93 268 06 73 Fax +34 93 310 34 35 www.villadelarte.com info@villadelarte.com

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Marcel Huisman; Nemo Jantzen; Angela Fabregas Villa del Arte Galleries was founded in Barcelona in 1996 by Bert van Zetten, Nemo Jantzen, Jutta and Marcel Huisman. Currently representing over thirty artists Villa del Arte has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries receiving both national and international acclaim. With a collection of consistent high quality and wide variety of art showing in both the galleries Villa del Arte has successfully participated in numerous international art fairs and has captured the attention of collectors and art lovers around the world. This success has led to the opening of a second gallery space in Amsterdam in autumn 2011 and collaborations with the prestigious institutions like the Museum Diocesa. Artists Represented: Christiaan Lieverse, Lukas Ulmi, Montse Valdes,

Ekaterina Smirnova, Tomas Sunol, Marc Harrold, Fernando Alday, Francoise Nielly, Johan Thunell, Francisca Ahlers, Stephan Zirwes.

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Weber Fine Art 17 Boniface Circle, Scarsdale, NY 10583 Tel 914-472-4800 Fax 914-472-1012 24 West Putnam Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830 Tel 203-422-5375 Fax 203-422-5325 www.weberfineart.com lee@weberfineart.com Lee Weber, Director; Bill Weber, Registrar; Michelle Brunwasser, Assistant Director Greenwich Gallery

For the past fifteen years Weber Fine Art, located in Scarsdale, New York, at 17 Boniface Circle,has specialized in American art of the 20thcentury, in all media with a particular focus on postwar American art. The gallery has handled important secondary market works and has been an adviser to private and corporate clients. In 2004, Weber Fine Art added a second location in Greenwich, Connecticut. An important source for 20th Century Modern Masters and Contemporary American Art, Weber Fine Art’s inventory consists of paintings, drawings, sculpture,and prints by artists such as Wolf Kahn, Hans Hofmann, Lynn Davis, Helen Frankenthaler, Esteban Vicente, Jim Dine, Milton Avery, Sam Francis, Robert Motherwell, Frank Stella, and artists represented, James Meyer, Shawn Dulaney, Joseph McDonnell, Alexandra Eldridge, Shirine Gill. Artists Represented: Shawn Dulaney, James Meyer, Joseph McDonnell,

Hank Virgona, Joeseph Piccillo, Edward Mapplethorpe, Shirine Gill, Alexandra Eldridge, Joseph Canino, Tom Judd

Christiaan Lieverse, Hybrid II, 2012, Mixed on canvas, 51 x 51 inches

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Shawn Dulaney, Blue Heron, 2012, Acrylic on canvas over panel, 54 x 72 inches

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Vicky David Gallery 522 W 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011 Tel 212-510-7593 Fax 212-510-7594 www.vickydavid.com contact@vickydavid.com David Farhi, Director; Vicky Farhi, Director; John Paul Carmona, Sales Associate; Jil Billaudel, Sales Associate; Sixtine Poirier, Communication Founded in 2010, Vicky David Gallery champions twenty European artists of different generations. The gallery handles work in all media, including painting, sculpture, photography, video and drawings. The gallery maintains prime exhibition space totaling more than 3,000 square feet where eight to ten exhibitions are presented each year, many of which are accompanied by publications. Gallery owner David Farhi’s principal focus is the representation of New Realism and major Post War European Art. The Vicky David gallery subscribes to the highest standard of connoisseurship, scholarship and ethical practice, and offers an effective and confidential alternative for the resale of important works of art on behalf of private individuals and institutions. The gallery is also involved in the presentation and execution of public art and other commissioned monumental art projects. Artists Represented: Arman, Yasmine Arman, Pol Bury, Ben Vautier, Cesar, Christo, Robert Combas, Wim Delvoye, Lucio Fontana, Katrin Fridriks, Claude Gilli, Peter Klasen, Yves Klein, Arne Quinze, JeanPierre Raynaud, Niki De Saint Phalle, Jean Tinguely, Jacqueline Torres, Bernar Venet, Jacques Villegle

Niki de Saint Phalle, Thoëris - Hippo Lamps, 1990, Painted resin, 42 x 27.5 x 12 inches (107 x 70 x 30 cm)

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Arne Quinze, Stilthouse, 2011, Wood, paint, electric lights, 57.5 x 45 x 15.7 inches (146 x 114 x 40cm)

Jacques Villeglé, The Wailers & Bob Marley - Agen, 1998, Décollage, 94.5 x 67 inches (240 x 170cm)

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Walter Wickiser Gallery, Inc. 210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 303, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-941-1817 Fax 212-625-0601 www.walterwickisergallery.com wwickiserg@aol.com

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Walter Wickiser, Director; Jiyeon Jung, Assistant Director The Walter Wickiser Gallery, located in the prestigious Fine Art Building in Chelsea – located at 210 Eleventh Avenue, Suite 303, New York, NY 10001 – was established in 1992 in Soho, New York. Walter Wickiser is the son of the artist Ralph L. Wickiser (19101998) who exhibited with Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Georgia O’Keeffe and who created and was formerly the Chairman of the graduate art programs at Pratt Institute from 1962-1978. Walter Wickiser’s career as an art dealer formally began in 1990 in Soho, NY, when he became the first director of the first gallery to be established in the United States, from mainland China. This led to establishing his primary direction as a gallerist to exhibit work by both American and Asian-American painters, as well as artists from China, Japan and Korea. It has always been the focus of the Wickiser Gallery to create a visual dialogue between these cultures.

Meighen Jackson, Paper River, 2011, Mixed media, 24 x 5 x 3 inches

Artists Represented: Dina Gustin Baker, Ron Clark, Meighen Jackson, Katherine Pappas-Parks, Mark Sharp, Annette Turow, Rowann Villency, Ralph L. Wickiser, Soile Yli-Mäyry

Ralph L. Wickiser, The Yellow River, 1996, Oil on linen, 40 x 60 inches

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La Nuit en Fleur 1, Acrylic and mixed media on paper, 22 x 30 inches

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Westwood Gallery NYC 568 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 Tel 212-925-5700 Fax 212-925-3449 www.westwoodgallery.com info@westwoodgallery.com

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James Cavello, President/co-owner; Margarite Almeida, Executive Director/co-owner; Dana Altman, Director; Michael Raggi, Manager WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC, established in 1995, exhibits contemporary, avant-garde and multi-media artwork including photography, painting, sculpture, collage, and video. The gallery expertise encompasses site specific projects, curation, publications, estate management, branding, art films, traveling museum exhibitions, art talks, private and corporate art consultation, as well as non-profit collaborations. The Plus Projects division exclusively represents estates of New York art scene artists from the 1950’s and 60’s.

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Woolff Gallery 89 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 4PU, UK Tel + 44 (0) 207 631 0551 www.woolffgallery.co.uk info@woolffgallery.co.uk Nick Woolff, Director; Susila Bailey-Bond; Malcolm Woolff Contemporary Art Gallery based in Central London.

Artists Represented: Susila Bailey-Bond, Valeria Nascimento, Chris

Wood, Carol Peace, Marcus Egli, Jud Turner, Joanne Tinker, Wycliffe Stutchbury, Cubeworks, Russell West, Zac Freeman, Clay Sinclair, Annemarie Wright, Julian Opie, Oona Hassim

Artists Represented: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lucien Clergue, Maxi Cohen, Michael DesRosiers, Willem de Kooning, Bryan El Castillo, Keith Haring, Will Insley, James Juthstrom, Douglas Kirkland, Boris Lurie, Kwan Lau, Lazhar Mansouri, Louise Nevelson, Francis Picabia, Robert Rauschenberg, Sam Shaw, Andy Warhol, Tim White-Sobieski

Boris Lurie (1924-2008), Untitled, circa 1960s, il on board, 19 x 24 inches, signed © 2009 Boris Lurie Art Foundation

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Valeria Nascimento, Golden Poppies, 2012, Porcelain, 28 x 28 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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Young Art Gallery

105, GwanHun-Dong, JongRo-Gu, Seoul, Korea, 110-300 Tel/Fax +82-2-733-3410 www.youngartgallery.co.kr hykim3410@hotmail.com

Dennis Yares, Owner; Manuel Garcia, Director

Kim, Hwa Young, Director; Won,In Ho, Curator

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.

Young Art Gallery aims to contribute to the advancement of Korean contemporary art by discovering local artists and hosting exhibitions of creative and promising new talents, focusing on the prospect of a new art era. Through exhibitions with YoungArt Gallery, the artists have moved into the mainstream art world with vigorous activities. YoungArt Gallery continues to introduce new artists by hosting various annual special exhibitions such as Pop Art Fair, Art College students Competition and Young Art Fair and these provide artists with chances to make their debut in the art world domestically and internationally. YoungArt Gallery has witnessed changes in international exhibition styles and patterns and works continuously to stay on top of current trends by taking advanced steps, trying to change exhibition patterns and establishing artist creation programs.

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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Artists Represented: Woo,Byung Chul; Cho, Sang Lyel; Kim, Sung Ran; Art, Kim; Park,Sung Eun; Shin, Dong Suk; Park, Hyun Ju; Yoon, Hyun Sook

Woo, Byung-Chul, Seeing, 2012, Oil on canvas, 26.3 x 40.5 inches

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Zemack Contemporary Art 68 Hey B- Iyar, Tel Aviv, Israel, 62198, Israel Tel +972 36915060 Fax +972 36914582 www.zcagallery.com/index.html info@zcagallery.com

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Shai Zemack, Owner; Lior Yahel Ohad, Director Zemack Contemporary Art (ZCA) represents contemporary international artists with works created from all medias. Works include traditional oil on canvas, photography, video art, installations, sculptures, prints on voile and fabric. ZCA was established out of a desire to give a unique expression and focus to figurative art created by established and internationally recognized Israeli artists. Additionally, ZCA represents and introduces internationally recognized figurative artists to the local Israeli art scene. Artists Represented: Aram Gershuni, Eran Shakine, Jan Rauchwerger, Lee Yanor, Lena Liv, Ofer Lellouche, Philippe Pasqua, Yigal Ozeri, Yuval Yairi

Eran Shakine, 50% Giacometii 50% Avedon, 2012, Bronze,17cm

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David Schnell, Der Läufer (The Runner), 2000 Oil, tempera, and charcoal on canvas 90.5 x 64.17 in (230 x 160 cm) Sold on December 30, 2011 for US $40,273 © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2012

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