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3rd Annual

February 13-16, 2014 Palm Springs Convention Center


Welcome to the Third Annual

Palm Springs Fine Art Fair

Experience the luxurious RLX at the Acura display in the Esplanade, directly outside the main entrance to the lobby. Acura is a Proud Sponsor of the 3rd Annual Palm Springs Fine Art Fair.

We are delighted to again present the Coachella Valley with an expansive yet rigorously selected offering of important post-war and contemporary art. Our lineup of 55 top-tier galleries hailing from 33 cities and six countries, our most cosmopolitan yet, are showing the highest caliber of fine art. Select from a wide range of over 300 respected artists, ranging from brilliant up and comers to the big name masters. While presenting a world-class selection, the Fair is limited in size and has a cozy, boutique flavor as to provide fairgoers with a cogent and comprehensive viewing experience. This third edition is packed with stimulating and inspirational components over the four days to enhance the artistic journey. Opening Night Preview benefits the Palm Springs Art Museum and salutes beloved arts philanthropist Harold Matzner with the 2014 Arts Patron of the Year Award. Don’t miss the public retrospective, Jennifer Bartlett: 50 years on the Grid, and chance to meet the legendary artist on Friday morning, 11:30-noon, in front of her retrospective. Ms. Bartlett is the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Honoree. Be sure to peruse Steven Biller’s carefully curated exhibition, DRY HEAT: 4 Artists in the California Desert. This exhibition bundled with a Saturday afternoon panel discussion featuring ‘DRY HEAT’s’ participants is the first recognition of the desert art genre at any major art fair, anywhere. PSFAF has assembled the most forward-thinking museum curators in the southwest to enhance your experience. Fairgoers will benefit from their clever insights on better positioning and integrating their institutions within their communities. Get brilliant advice from the experts on how to really build and grow an art collection, and what to do with it, once you have it. Meet 2014 Photographer of the Year, the esteemed Greg Gorman on Friday, in an interview with Desert Outlook Editor Will Dean and have a Valentine’s celebration toast with them in the elegant VIP Lounge. Also meet renowned photographer Alexandra Hedison, with book signing in the VIP Lounge. And when in the VIP Lounge, consider the works on silent auction from Desert AIDS Project, which will remain on display all weekend. Oh, and if you didn’t notice Steve Maloney’s memorable Ride-em-Copter installation, well, you know where to find it. I invite you to explore the simply breathtaking treasures offered by our exhibitors and fall in love with a piece you cannot live without. Go ahead, indulge yourself. There is no better selection in the desert, or time to invest in art. Make it a lasting memory. Sincerely,

The AcurA RLX. Arrive inspired.

Rick Friedman Rick Friedman Show Director

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Table of Contents Participating Museums and Institutions..........6

Jennifer Kostuik Gallery...............................46

Events at a glance.........................................7

Jonathan Novak Contemporary....................47

The Honorees................................................8 Special Events...............................................9 Public Installations.......................................10

Karl Hutter Fine Art......................................48 Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery......................49

Performance Art...........................................11

Kips Gallery.................................................50

Artist Spotlights...........................................12

KM Fine Arts................................................51

Sculptures...................................................13

Lisa Sette Gallery.........................................52

Schedule of Events......................................14

Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery.........................53

PSFAF 2014 Floor Map................................18 Addison Rowe Fine Art.................................20 Andrea Schwartz Gallery..............................21

Peter Marcelle Projects................................55 Pictura Gallery.............................................56

artcompany MISOOLSIDAE...........................23

Reverie Arts.................................................57

Baik Art........................................................24

Sandra Lee Gallery......................................58

Bentley Gallery............................................25

Schantz Galleries.........................................59

C. Grimaldis Gallery.....................................27 Caldwell Snyder Gallery...............................28

Sohn Fine Art Gallery...................................61 Sue Greenwood Fine Art...............................62

Cynthia Corbett Gallery................................30

TAG Gallery..................................................63

Dawson Cole Fine Art...................................32

ten472 Contemporary Art.............................64

Diane Rosenstein Fine Art............................31

The McLoughlin Gallery...............................65

Duane Reed Gallery.....................................35 Evan Lurie Gallery........................................36

Thomas Paul Fine Art...................................66 Throckmorton Fine Art.................................67

Frederic Got.................................................37

Timothy Yarger Fine Art................................68

George Billis Gallery.....................................38

Unix Fine Art................................................69

Gerald Peters Gallery...................................39

Vogelsang Gallery........................................70

Habatat Galleries.........................................40

William Campbell Contemporary Art.............71

Heather James Fine Art................................41 IKON ltd. Contemporary Art..........................42 Imago Galleries............................................43

Media Sponsors

Shulamit Gallery..........................................60

Christian Hohmann Fine Art..........................29

Dolby Chadwick Gallery...............................34

Supporting Sponsors

Peter Blake Gallery......................................54

Art Vitam......................................................22

Bruce Lurie Gallery......................................26

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Premiere Sponsors

William Shearburn Gallery............................72 Winston Wachter Fine Art.............................73

Izen MIller Gallery........................................44

Yares Art Projects.........................................74

Jane Kahan Gallery......................................45

Zane Bennett Contemporary Art...................76

Show Hours

Thursday, February 13..................................................... 6-9:30pm Opening Night Preview

Friday, February 14........................................................11am - 8pm

Saturday, February 15....................................................11am - 8pm

Sunday, February 16......................................................11am - 6pm

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Participating Museums & Institutions 18th Street Arts Center

Mesa Arts Center

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum

Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council

Art Center College of Design

Museum of Latin American Art

Arts Manhattan

Museum of Photographic Arts

ArtsOasis

Oceanside Museum of Art

Thursday, February 13 6-7pm:

First Look for Black Card holders, presented by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

7-9:30pm:

Opening Night Preview (Black Card & VIP Pass holders)

7-9pm:

Performance Art by Kevin Berlin

7-9pm:

Ride-em-copter lady pilot performance

7:30-8pm:

Meet 2014 Arts Patron of the Year, Harold Matzner

8-8:30pm:

Video Installation Performance Art by Tiffany Trenda

ASID Palm Springs Inland

Opera Arts

The Armory Art Center, Pasadena

Palm Springs Art Museum

Friday, February 14

AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter

Palm Springs Historical Society

11:30am-12pm: Expert Guided Tour of the Fair (Meet near registration desk)

ASID Los Angeles

Palm Springs Opera Guild

11:30am-12pm: Meet Jennifer Bartlett – Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree at her Retrospective:

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library

Palm Springs Women’s Jazz Festival

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Jennifer Bartlett: 50 Years on the Grid (right side, far end of front of Fair)

12-1pm:

Lessons Learned in Curating – Panel Discussion (theater)

Palos Verdes Art Center

1-2pm:

The Art of Giving – Panel Discussion (theater)

Children’s Discovery Museum

Perris Valley Historical Museum

2-2:30pm:

Artist Spotlight: Penelope Krebs (Yares Art Projects booth #402)

City of Palm Springs

Phoenix Art Museum

2-3pm:

Desert AIDS Project Reception & Auction (VIP Lounge)

3-4 pm:

A Passion for Possession: Collectors on Collecting – Panel Discussion (theater)

City of Palm Desert

Riverside Art Museum

4-5pm:

Official Valentine’s Meet & Greet for Museum Young Collectors

San Antonio Museum of Art

5-6pm:

Meet Greg Gorman – 2014 Photographer of the Year (theater)

City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture Coachella Valley Rescue Mission Desert AIDS Project

San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery San Diego State University Arts Council

5:30-6pm: Dry Heat Reception (VIP Lounge) 6-6:30pm:

Video Installation Performance Art by Tiffany Trenda

6-7pm:

Valentine’s VIP Reception & Book Signing with Greg Gorman (VIP Lounge)

7-7:30pm:

Artist Spotlight: Alexandra Hedison (Diane Rosenstein Fine Art booth #103)

7:30-8:30pm:

Meet Alexandra Hedison – Fine Art Photographer (VIP Lounge)

Desert Art Center

Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum

Desert Art Tours

Santa Monica Museum of Art

Saturday, February 15

Eisenhower Medical Center

Scottsdale Cultural Council

11am-4pm:

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: SMoCA

11:30am-12pm: Expert Guided Tour of the Fair (Meet near registration desk)

Fullerton Museum Center, home of the Leo Fender Gallery Greater Palm Springs Oasis

SITE Santa Fe

Huntington Beach Art Center

The San Diego Foundation

Idyllwild Arts Academy

The Steinway Society

The Desert Contemporary Home Tour

12-1pm:

How Museums Connect with the Community – Panel Discussion (theater)

1:30-2:30pm:

Art Collecting 101 – Panel Discussion (theater)

2:30-3pm:

Artist Spotlight: Steve Maloney (Heather James booth #405)

3-3:30pm:

Artist Spotlight: Lino Tagliapietra (Schantz Galleries booth #503)

4:15-5:30pm:

The Desert Contemporary Home Tour – Meet & Greet

4:30-5:30pm:

DRY HEAT – Panel Discussion (theater)

Jewish Family Service of the Desert

The Stuart Collection at UCSD

LA Arts Association

The Torrance Art Museum

Sunday, February 16

Laguna Art Museum

Tools For Tomorrow

11:30am-12pm: Expert Guided Tour of the Fair (Meet near registration desk)

Lancaster Museum of Art & History (MOAH)

Tucson Museum of Art

12-1pm:

Museum Young Collectors “Breakfast Spread” (VIP Lounge – by invitation)

1-2pm:

Art as a Legacy – Panel Discussion (theater)

2-3pm:

Interior Design Secrets to Enhance Your Art Collection – Panel Discussion (theater)

LGBT Community Center of the Desert Marks Art Center at College of the Desert

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Events at a Glance

UC Riverside, Palm Desert UCR California Museum of Photography USC Fisher Museum of Art

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The Honorees

Special Events

HAROLD MATZNER Arts Patron of the Year

The Desert Contemporary Home Tour Sat., Feb 15, 11am-4pm | A self-guided driving tour Sat., Feb 15, 4:15-5:30pm | Meet & Greet” Reception | VIP Lounge Purchase tickets at the Fair’s Registration Desk

Thurs., Feb. 13, 7:30-8pm Black Card & VIP Pass holders Interview with arts writer Steven Biller

We open the doors to the most dramatic and impressive residences in the Desert. Palm Springs Fine Art Fair has partnered with Modern Home Tours to give fairgoers an opportunity to visit the region’s greatest examples in modern architecture, from the inside. From the guarded and gated communities of Palm Desert, Indian Wells and Rancho Mirage, the neighborhoods, architecture and interior design are carefully selected to present a chic local experience. The final stop on the tour is the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair’s exclusive VIP Lounge “Meet & Greet” Reception, where tour participants are invited to meet and mingle with the tour’s featured architects and designers. This tour will be filled with innovative ideas, anticipation and motivation on how you, too, can bring the beauty of fine art and contemporary design into your own home

The respected arts philanthropist Harold Matzner is given the Arts Patron of the Year Award on Thursday, February 13. A 30 year resident of Palm Springs, Mr. Matzner exerts selfless leadership as chairman emeritus and vice chairman of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, chairman of McCallum Theatre, and vice president on the board of trustees at Palm Springs Art Museum. Matzner takes greatest pride in his philanthropic efforts for Desert AIDS Project, Stroke Recovery Center, Temple Isaiah and Animal Samaritans. He is also the owner of the Palm Springs Tennis Club landmark Spencer’s Restaurant.

Museum Curator Weekend Retreat Panel Discussions + Guided Tour of Fair Feb. 14-16 | In the Theater

Fri., Feb. 14, 11:30-noon At her Retrospective: Jennifer Bartlett: 50 Years on the Grid Meet the legendary artist Jennifer Bartlett, as she and her long-time gallery assistant discuss the 7 works presented in the retrospective – ranging from the 1970s to present day Bartlett began her career as an important part of the NYC artistic conversation in the late 1960’s. Over her remarkable 50-year career, Bartlett’s work has transformed in size, technique and subject matter, to include houses, statues and landscapes. This miniretrospective of her work showcasing her unique abstract yet representational style will be explored and discussed.

GREG GORMAN 2014 Photographer of the Year Fri., Feb. 14, 5-6pm In the Theater + Reception in VIP Lounge Interview with Desert Outlook editor Will Dean. Hosted by Desert Outlook, with special introduction by the renowned actor Udo Kier. The LA based Gorman, is a leading portrait photographer of Hollywood celebrities. His work has been seen in leading national magazine features and covers including Esquire, GQ, Life, Newsweek, Time, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone. Gorman primarily works in black and white and there have been 11 books published featuring his photography. He has also directed music videos, TV ads, and graphic design for advertisers. Mr Gorman’s photography is available for acquisition at the Fair in the Sohn Fine Art Gallery. Join us in the VIP Lounge as we toast to Mr. Gorman. Hosted by Desert Outlook and presented by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. 8

Photo by Michael Childers

JENNIFER BARTLETT Lifetime Achievement Award

Respected Museum curators of contemporary art from the southwest have been invited to share their wisdom during a series of insightful panel discussions. These candid and free flowing panels, comprised of savvy curators from esteemed museums, will focus on the successes and challenges of coordinating a museum show and how fairgoers can take full advantage of everything these local institutions have to offer. Participating museums include SFMoMA, MoCA LA, Lancaster Museum of Art, Palm Springs Art Museum, Torrance Art Museum, San Antonio Museum of Art and Scottsdale MoCA.

Test drive the new 2014 Acura RLX Thursday-Sunday, during show hours | Show entrance Stop at the Acura welcome Lounge at the entrance to the Fair at the Palm Springs Convention Center’s front esplanade . Meet with friendly Acura representatives and explore all the latest benefits that the RLX has to offer in 2014. You’ll have the opportunity to take any one of four Acura RLX cars for a quick spin around the neighborhood t and experience the art of driving.

Silent Auction: 1999 Jennifer Bartlett print To benefit the Palm Springs Art Museum Opens Thursday 6pm-Closes Sunday, 6pm The Red House, 1999, Screenprint in colors Signed, dated and numbered 35/150 38 1/4” x 38 3/4” Estimate: $6,000-$7,000 Opening bid at $3,000, with increments of $250 Buy Now Option at $5,000 PalmSprings 2014 | 9


Public Installations

Thursday-Sunday Presented by the Los Angeles Art Association

Dry Heat: 4 Artists in the California Desert In a salute to an emerging group of artists in the desert who create smart, site-specific works about the area’s natural, social and cultural landscape known as ‘Desert Art’. This first time fair exhibition gives visitors a sense of creativity and remoteness of the High Desert, Joshua Tree and the Salton Sea region. This exhibition curated by art writer Steven Biller, presents the work of four artists, Kim Stringfellow, Phillip K. Smith lll, Cristopher Cichocki and Scott B. Davis, who are defining and pushing the limits of this trendy new genre.

Jennifer Bartlett: 50 Years on the Grid A Public Retrospective Thursday-Sunday This intimate retrospective, curated by Imago Galleries, tracks the half century career of artist Jennifer Bartlett, the Fair’s 2014 Lifetime Achievement honoree. Bartlett is best known for her paintings and prints of everyday objects, such as houses, statues and landscapes. Bartlett’s early work from the 1960’s and 1970’s was fastidious and geometric, with unpredictable color palettes. Over her remarkable 50-year career, Bartlett’s work has transformed in size, technique and subject matter. Several works of art on display, as indicated, will be available for acquisition.

Steven Maloney’s Ride-Em Copter

Phillip K. Smith lll

Thursday-Sunday

Vincent Tomczyk’s paper sculptures exhibit a genuineness and truth in realism. He creates replicas of everyday objects and frees them of their material context in exchange for paper simulacra. The intent is to invite the viewer to consider the sentimental underpinnings between man and object without the distraction of its original function. Tomczyk’s paper sculptures stand amidst the vernacular of realism in a dialogue with conceptualism.

Vincent Tomczyk, Eames Lounge

Vincent Tomczyk’s Paper Sculptures Exhibit

Performance Art Tiffany Trendra performs Proximity Cinéma Thursday and Friday Night   Inspired by the Valie Export piece “Tap and Touch”, Trenda’s performance will focus on personal space in regards to mobile devices. The artist will be completely covered in a synthetic suit with forty small LCD cell phone screens. The image on these devices will change depending on how far away the viewer is from the artist. This interactive performance will entail having the artist invade the viewer’s personal space and vice versa, the viewer will be in the artists’ space. Trenda will remain silent, making all interaction happen with only the use of proximity and touch, making the body as the only point of interface. The texts on the screens relay the most spoken words between men and women, which include: “Go Ahead”, “It’s OK”, and “Don’t Worry About It”. When the audience touches the screen, it reveals a photo of the artist’s body (what is found beneath the red suit. The artist is represented by The McLoughlin Gallery.

Thursday-Sunday

Kevin Berlin with his new bride, Snow White

Rancho Sante Fe based artist Steven Maloney, works in a variety of media-painting, sculpture, collage, film. He has had several traveling museum shows, corporate commissions and individual exhibitions in galleries and major sporting events nationwide. He is represented by the Heather James Gallery (booth #405). In the Ride-Em-Copter Project, Mr. Maloney has morphed animal and machine into a contemporary sculpture, by transforming a decommissioned boneyard Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter and Longhorn Steer – taking private aviation to extreme heights.

Performance Art | Thursday, 7-9pm Berlin’s recent marriage to Snow White is a tongue in-cheek tribute to the glorious reign of Hollywood studios of the 1930’s. The dapper artist pays homage to two memorable 1930’s movies–RKO Radio Pictures’ Top Hat (1935, starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in their most successful picture partnership, with songs by Irving Berlin) and Walt Disney Productions Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). As the first full length cel animated feature film, Snow White became the highest grossing sound film at the time. Kevin Berlin is represented by Vogelsang Gallery.

Ride-em Copter lady pilot performance Thursday, 7-9pm Meet Shivers at the Ride-em Copter installation, the ravishing and sexy lady pilot in Escada pink leather who landed her copter to make a quick wardrobe change, with martini in hand, as she anxiously waits for you to join her, Mr. Cowboy du jour.

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The 2014 Host Committee CAFÉ

Lino Tagliapietra Sat., Feb. 15, 3-3:30pm | Reception & Book Signing Schantz Galleries booth #503

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Glass is a wonderful material. Why? Glass is alive. Even when it is cool, it is still moving. It is connected with fire, it is connected with water, it is…my life.” -Lino Tagliapietra An influential Venetian artist and master glassmaker, Tagliapietra’s work is recognized worldwide. He has exhibited in museums across the globe, receiving countless awards, honors, and openly sharing his far-reaching knowledge of the medium and skill as one of its finest practitioners; his career is defined by his dedication to workmanship, innovation, and collaboration–including his participation in the La Scuola Internazionale del Vetro symposia in the 1970s which brought the finest Muranese makers together with artists from around the world. 12

THEATRE

Robert Hammack

Robert Moon

Steven Biller

Sharon Huling

Tyler Morgan

Marlene Billington

Fred Karren

Barry Morse

Barbara and Jerry Keller

Donald Obsorne

William Butler

Robert Knoop

Marlene O’Sullivan

Mary Cardas

Ken Kuchin

Robert and Jane Saltonstall

Michael Childers

Brandt Kuhn

Faye Sarkowsky

Sandy Comrie

Dr. Ken and Jamye Jesser

Gary Schahet

Nancy Cunningham

Mark JonesMary Ann LaBahn

Jordan Schnitzer

Carol Bell Dean

David Lafaille

Erin Scott

Les Edelberg

Marilyn Loesberg

Richard “Kip” Serafin

David Einstein

Donna MacMillan

Pamela Smallwood

Carol Frankel

Christy Majors

Robert Stearns

Helene Galen

Ardith Marguleas

Kim Swanson

Frank Garafolo

Keith Markovitz

Dr. David and Diane Waldman

Arnold and Homeira Goldstein

Harold Meyerman

David Wilson

Nancy Allen-Blum THEATRE

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Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events

Thursday, February 13

Artist Spotlight: Penelope Krebs

Opening Night Preview 6-7pm | First Look | Exclusive for Black Card Holders Hosted by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

Desert AIDS Projects Silent Auction and Reception

The First Look- Absolutely the first in to view, reserve and acquire. Enjoy hearty hors d’oeuvres and open wine bar. Black and VIP cardholders have the opportunity to meet Arts Patron of the Year honoree, Harold Matzner, (7:30-8pm in the theater) and witness performance art by Tiffany Trenda and Kevin Berlin. The Opening Night Preview will benefit the Palm Springs Art Museum.

Desert AIDS Projects (DAP), one of the leading HIV/AIDS service providers in the US, will auction part of their donated art collection to benefit their local clinic. The Fair is pleased to offer five wonderful works of art, offered for silent bidding throughout the Fair days from the Steven Chase Collection. One hundred percent of proceeds will go to funding the clinic. Works in this auction are from Diebenkorn, Dali and Prodanovich.

7-9:30pm | VIP Pass holders

A Passion for Possession: Collectors on Collecting – Panel Discussion

Meet and mingling with the art fair elite. Enjoy open wine bar, view the art before the Fair opens to the general public. Saks Fifth Avenue store will graciously donate and distribute a wonderful gift bag filled with beautification goodies. Experience the art of beauty. (limited supply).

2-3pm | VIP Lounge

3-4pm | In the Theater

Friday, February 14

A Passion for Possession will showcase a panel of Palm Spring’s revered art collectors as they share the stage to tell their remarkable tales of landing their most prized art treasures, and the one’s that got away! Panelists include: Steven Biller, Marshal Lightman, Lester Marks, Peter Blake and Les Edelberg.

Expert Guided Tour of the Fair with Jenny Gheith, SF MoMA

Meet Greg Gorman, 2014 Photographer of the Year

11:30-12pm | RSVP, meet by the Registration Desk

Meet artist Jennifer Bartlett at her Retrospective, Jennifer Bartlett: Fifty Years on the Grid 11:30-12pm | with coffee service Benefit from a curatorial discussion of the works on display and her remarkable 50 years career. Have a casual Q+A with the artist, curator Joan LiPuma, gallerist Leisa Austin and arts writer Steven Biller. The artist will be awarded the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Lessons Learned in Curating – Panel Discussion 12-1pm | In the Theater Our panel of esteemed museum curators of contemporary art share their successes in developing programming, bringing in a block buster show, listening to the community needs, building attendance and member participation. Discover where and how shows are created, how shows and programs evolve, why certain artists are featured and others not, and how to measure a show’s success. Moderated by Peter Frank, Associate Editor, Fabrik; panelists include Andi Campognone, Lancaster Museum of Art; Jenny Gheith, SF MoMA; David Rubin, San Antonio Museum of Art, Alma Ruiz, MoCA LA. Hosted by Fabrik.

The Art of Giving – Panel Discussion 1-2pm | In the Theater Join us as a panelist for a discussion on the philanthropic support of giving of fine art to a charitable organization or museum. Every year, non-profit organizations are approached with donations of fine art and collectibles as either contributions or as legacy through an estate. Our panelists will discuss how they work with their donors to plan the future of their collection as well as experts on the non-profit world who work with their contributors on long-term planning. Panelists include: David Brinkman, Desert AIDS Project; Gil Rose, Donor. 14

2-2:30 | Yare Art Projects Booth, #402

5-6pm | In the theater In interview with Desert Outlook’s editor Will Dean. Introductory comments by internationally renowned actor, Udo Kier.

Valentines VIP Reception and Book Signing with Greg Gorman 6-7 | VIP Lounge | Sponsored by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Hosted by Desert Outlook Magazine Enjoy an open wine bar in the coveted VIP Lounge while meeting and mingling with A-list collectors and photography lovers from around the nation. PSFAF provides a rare opportunity to discuss still photography with the legendary celebrity photographer Greg Gorman. Mr. Gorman will sign his latest book featuring his award-winning l.a. Eyeworks campaign, entitled, Framed: Greg Gorman for l.a. Eyeworks, presented by Just Fabulous , in the Sohn Fine Art Gallery (booth #105).

Artist Spotlight: Alexandra Hedison Book Signing 7-7:30pm | Diane Rosenstein Fine Art booth #103 Meet Alexandra Hedison–the popular LA-based photographer–as she signs her latest catalogue, Everybody Knows this is Nowhere. This numbered, limited edition catalogue is from her successful solo exhibition of photographs at Diane Rosenstein Fine Art in Los Angeles (2012). In “Everybody Knows this is Nowhere,” Hedison’s photographs reinterpret the legendary landscape of Malibu, visiting the hidden terrain beneath the houses where she grew up.

Valentine’s Salute to Alexandra Hedsion 7:30-8:30pm | VIP Lounge Meet and greet with photography collectors and her many admirers. Join us for a Valentines toast to popular photographer Alexandra Hedsion. PalmSprings 2014 | 15


Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events

Saturday, February 15

Sunday, February 16

The Desert Contemporary Home Tour 11am-4pm | A self-guided driving tour 4:15-5:30pm | “Meet & Greet” Reception | VIP Lounge Tickets available at the Registration desk

Expert Guided Tour of the Fair with Emily Stamey, Scottsdale MoCA 11:30-noon | RSVP, meet by the Registration Desk

How Museums Connect with the Community – Panel Discussion 12-1pm | In the Theater Curators discuss their role in educating, collaborating and leading an audience. This exchange of ideas focuses on challenges, solutions successes and disappointments. Panelists include: Andi Campognone, Lancaster Museum of Art; Max Presneill, Torrance Art Museum; David Rubin, San Antonio Museum of Art; Emily Stamey, Scottsdale MoCA.

Art of Collecting 101 – Panel Discussion

Museum Young Collectors Breakfast Spread 12-1pm | VIP Lounge Hosted by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

Art as a Lagacy – Panel Discussion 1-2pm | In the Theater Presented by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management As a person interested in art, you undoubtedly have invested time, energy and resources in developing expertise in art and a passion around it. Quite possibly you have built a collection that fits your aesthetic criteria and interests. That collection reflects who you are and how you have lived. Deciding what to do with your art in your estate plan can be a very emotional process compared with distributing traditional financial assets. Whether you are considering a charitable gift of a painting to a museum, or perhaps intending to create your own museum, this panel discussion should be an interesting one. Panelists include Michael McCarthy, Estate Planning Lawyer and Brandon Sanford, Director in Merrill Lynch’s Structured Lending Group.

1:30-2:30pm | In the Theater

Interior Design Secrets to Enhance Your Art Collection

A panel consisting of well-respected and experienced art collectors and a gallery owner share their advice on what you really need to know in beginning a valuable art collection. They discuss what to buy and why, where to buy it and when. Get their valuable insights on the emerging trends, defining you collector voice, how to maximize your budget and the criteria for intelligent decision making. Panelists include: Peter Blake, Peter Blake Gallery; Steven Biller, collector, Les Edelberg, collector and Max Presneill, Torrance Art Museum.

2-3pm | In the Theater

Artist Spotlight: Steve Maloney 2:30-3pm | At his Public Installation in the Collectors Lounge

A panel of renowned interior designers from LA and the desert share their tips on how to more effectively display your art collection given such criteria as, wall color, lighting, wall size, positioning, placement, framing, sight lines, and furniture style and design. They discuss the major considerations to consider in augmenting the visual impact of an art collection. Examples will be shown from prominent home and corporate settings. They will share advice on how they work with clients, art consultants, and galleries. When is there just enough art in a room or house? Hear what new collectors need to consider when beginning and building a collection. Panelists include: Dann Foley, Designer; Christopher Kennedy, Designer.

Artist Spotlight: Lino Tagliapietra 3-3:30pm | Reception & Book Signing | Schantz Galleries booth #503

Dry Heat - Panel Discussion + Reception 4:30-5:30 | In the Theater | 5:30-6pm | In VIP Loung Meet the four artists showcased in the Fair’s public Exhibition, DRY HEAT – 4 Artists in the California Desert. Moderated by art critic and the Exhibit’s curator, Steven Biller, you will meet four artists who are defining this new art genre of desert art. Artists Kim Stringfellow, Phillip K. Smith lll, Cristopher Cichocki and Scott B. Davis share their interests, ideas, and vision with the audience. They are creating smart, site-specific works about the area’s natural, social and cultural landscape.

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Shulamit Gallery......................... 609

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Sue Greenwood Fine Art.............. 202 VIP LOUNGE

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Jennifer Bartlett Retrospective

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Thomas Paul Fine Art.................. 108 Throckmorton Fine Art................ 203 Timothy Yarger Fine Art............... 610

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Tag Gallery................................. 111 ten472 Contemporary Art............ 509

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Dolby Chadwick Gallery.............. 204 ENTRANCE/EXIT

Unix Fine Art............................... 506 Vogelsang Gallery....................... 508 William Campbell Contemporary Art.................... 302 William Shearburn Gallery........... 400

Evan Lurie Gallery....................... 101

Winston Wachter Fine Art............ 601

Frederic Got Gallery.................... 206

Yares Art Projects........................ 500

George Billis Gallery.................... 504 Gerald Peters Gallery.................. 305

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Dawson Cole Fine Art.................. 512 Diane Rosenstein Fine Art........... 103

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Christian Hohmann Fine Art......... 304 Cynthia Corbett Gallery............... 306

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Habatat Galleries........................ 104 Heather James Fine Art............... 405 IKON ltd. Contemporary Art......... 605

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Karl Hutter Fine Art..................... 107

Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery........ 600

Izen MIller Gallery....................... 210

Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery..................................... 301

Peter Blake Gallery..................... 507

Los Angeles Art Association.......... P2

Peter Marcelle Projects............... 112

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KM Fine Arts............................... 200

Pictura Gallery............................ 602

Aiston Fine Art Services................ P4

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Addison Rowe Gallery, LLC 229 E. Marcy Street, Santa Fe NM 87501 Tel (505) 982-1533 Fax (505) 983-6351 www.addisonrowe.com addart@addisonrowe.com

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Andrea Schwartz Gallery 545 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel (415) 495-2090 Fax (415) 495-2094 www.asgallery.com info@asgallery.com

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Victoria Addison, Owner Matthew Rowe, Gallery Director

Andrea Schwartz, Owner; Steve Dolan, Owner; Becky Parker, Assistant Director; Jennifer Draughon, Gallery Manager

Addison Rowe Gallery specializes in paintings, watercolors and sculptures by early 20th century American artists with an emphasis on American Modernism. This collection of artists includes members of the Stieglitz Circle, the Taos Society of Artists, Los Cinco Pintores and The Transcendental Painting Group.

Andrea Schwartz Gallery was founded in San Francisco in 1982 and focuses on contemporary painting of mid-career artists. For over 25 years Andrea Schwartz Gallery has supported work that is challenging and at the forefront of contemporary practice, representing a select group of artists from the Bay Area and across the country. The gallery supports, promotes and nurtures the careers of the artists we represent.

Artists Represented: Emil Bisttram, Raymond Jonson, Victor Higgins, Joseph Stella, Beatrice Mandelman, Florence Miller Pierce, Ward Lockwood, Marsden Hartley, John Marin, Ed Garman, Roy Lichtenstein and Andrew Dasburg

Andrea Schwartz graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1977. She believes her background as an artist has assisted in her understanding both sides of the art world. Andrea Schwartz Gallery is co-owned by Andrea Schwartz and Steve Dolan. Artists Represented: Cara Barer, John Belingheri, Suhas Bhujbal, Tom Bolles, Philip Buller, Alex Couwenberg, Patrick Dintino, Ferdinanda Florence, Mitch Jones, Yoichi Kawamura

Raymond Jonson, City Forces, 1932, Oil on canvas, 37 x 68 inches

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Alex Couwenberg, St. James, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 46 inches

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Art Vitam 6 Rue Faraday, Paris, 75017, France Tel (305) 890-8085 Fax (1) 77325232 www.artvitam.com sophie@artvitam.com

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Sophie Blachet, Director Arnaud Blachet, Director Art Vitam opened in 2002 in the Wynwood Art District, Miami (Florida) and in 2008 in Paris. Art Vitam represents mid career and well established European and American artists in the primary market, focusing on photographs, works on paper and mixed-media paintings. Artists Represented: Tim Anderson, Robert Arnoux, Jérémie Baldocchi, Elaine Defibaugh, Jadikan, Aline Jansen, Didier Hamey, Charlotte Lelong, Annie Tremsal-Garillon, Sainte Fauste, Gilles Soudry, Thurle Wright

artcompany MISOOLSIDAE Tawhwa BD B1, 29 Insadong, Jongro gu, Seoul 110-778, South Korea Tel (822) 725-5757 akagallery@hanmail.net

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Roo Myung Hee, Director; Kang Ju Hyun, Curator artcompany MISOOLSIDAE was established in 1989 and AKA Gallery was founded in 2005. Since then, each gallery has established a reputation in Seoul in the arena of contemporary art. The gallery publishes various artistic books including the two monthly art magazines “MISOOLSIDAE” and “ACE ART.” We also provide many opportunities for young artists to display their work and obtain exposure and recognition in the international art world. We participate in various overseas art fairs and promote the Korean Contemporary Art Festival, Art Asia every year. Artists Represented: Park Hyun Ok, Bae Kyung Woo, Kim Mi Jin, Lee Hye Ryung, Park Hyung Jin, Michael Kim

Jadikan, 142 secondes - janvier 2013, 2013, Fine art paper mounted on aluminum and framed, 60 x 40 inches

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Jeong Hyun Sook, Flower in the Vase 12-17, 2012, Oil painting, 91 x 72.6 cm

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Baik Art 3850 Wilshire Blvd., #107, Los Angeles, CA 90291 Tel (310) 989-8820 www.baikart.com baik@baikart.com

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Susan Baik; Carolyn Park Baik Art is founded by Susan Baik, co-director of AndrewShire Gallery from 2003 - 2013. Leveraging her own artistic background, and building on her extensive experience and contacts within the international art community, Baik Art will undoubtedly contribute its unique vision to the discourse in global and Los Angeles-based contemporary art. Artists Represented: Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Ben Cabrera, Choi Tae Hoon, Chris Trueman, Gwon Osang, Helen Rebekah Garber, Manfred Menz, Laura Menz, Lekha Singh

Bentley Gallery 215 E. Grant Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 Tel (480) 946-6060 Fax (602) 393-9205 www.bentleygallery.com info@bentleygallery.com

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Bentley Calverley, Owner/Director; John Reyes, Director of Secondary Market; Craig Randich, Sales Associate Founded in 1984, Bentley Gallery is synonymous with significant contemporary painting and sculpture in the Southwest. The gallery represents artists from the US and Europe, along with Asian antiquities, and secondary market works from the late 19th century to the Modern era. Paramount at Bentley is the selection of works that are beautiful and exquisitely crafted. Notable gallery shows have ranged from Helen Frankenthaler’s abstractions and Pat Steir’s waterfall paintings to Charles Arnoldi’s color block paintings and John Sonsini’s portraits of Hispanic day laborers, Sir Anthony Caro’s steel sculptures, to Jennifer Bartlett’s house paintings. Artists Represented: Lita Albuquerque, Charles Arnoldi, Will Berry, Dominique Blain, Daniel Brice, Michael David, Woods Davy, Lawrence Fodor, Judith Foosaner, Makoto Fujimura, Jimi Gleason, Jun Kaneko, Robert Kelly, David T. Kessler, James marshall, Ricardo Mazal, Jill Moser, Matt Moulthrop, Philip Moulthrop, Eric Orr (1939- 1998), Mark Pomilio, Don Reitz, Bobby Silverman, John Sonsini, Devorah Sperber, Jeremy Thomas, Denise Yaghmourian, Hiro Yokose

Helen Rebekah Garber, Vessel V, 2013,Oil on Canvas, 22 x 30 inches

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Eric Orr (1939-1998), Red Time Window, 1989, Oil and blood on canvas, mounted to panel with lead and gold, 60 x 48 x .5 inches

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Bruce Lurie Gallery 2736 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034 Tel (310) 876-1780 (310) 876-1780 www.luriegallery.com Bluriegallery@gmail.com

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C. Grimaldis Gallery 523 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 Tel (410) 539-1080 Fax (410) 539-2229 cgrimaldisgallery.com info@cgrimaldisgallery.com

Bruce Lurie, Director; Nafiza Sinha Ray, Gallery Manager; Luke Hartman, Web master/Gallerist; Craig Lurie, Partner; Scot Lurie, Partner

Constantine Grimaldis, Director; Jennifer Tam, Associate Director; Rachel Rabinowitz, Associate; Jennifer Ueda, Gallery Manager

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 Culver City’s “Art District”, the gallery has a particular focus on established mid-career artists from the U.S and all around the world.

The C. Grimaldis Gallery has continuously operated in Baltimore since 1977. It has established itself as Baltimore’s oldest contemporary art gallery, and an important venue in the region. The gallery specializes in post WWII American and European art with an emphasis on contemporary sculpture.

Artists Represented: Dan Monteavaro, Daniel Brice, Michael Suchta, Gary John, Brian Liebenthal, Nelson De La Nuez, Danielle Matalon

Artists Represented: Chul Hyun Ahn, Dovrat Amsily-Barak, Sir Anthony Caro, Madeleine Dietz, Grace Hartigan (Estate), Jon Isherwood, Hidenori Ishii, Dimitra Lazaridou, Eugene Leake (Estate), Jane Manus, Beverly McIver, Neil Meyerhoff, Raoul Middleman, Christopher Myers, Bernd Radtke, Leland Rice, John Ruppert, Christopher Saah, Annette Sauermann, Rene Trevino, John Van Alstine, Costas Varotsos, John Waters, Zhao Jing

Brian Liebenthal, Providence, 2013, Mixed Media, 36 x 60 inches

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Chul Hyun Ahn, Visual Echo Experiment, 2011, Edition of 3 + 1AP, plywood, fluorescent lights, mirrors, 91 x 91 x 5.5 inches

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Caldwell Snyder Gallery 341 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel: (707) 200-5050 1328 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574 Tel: (415) 392-2299 www.caldwellsnyder.com susan@caldwellsnyder.com

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Susan Snyder, Director; Nicole Lemon, Art Consultant; Lisa Archambeau, Art Consultant Caldwell Snyder Gallery specializes in 21st-century American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture and limited-edition prints, including major American post-war and emerging contemporary artists. The gallery has developed a particular niche in introducing new collectors to European and Latin American painters and sculptors who have earned a following in their home countries but rarely shown in the United States. Established in 1983 in San Francisco, Caldwell Snyder Gallery has since expanded to two locations: Sutter Street in San Francisco’s renowned Union Square district and downtown St. Helena, Napa Valley, in the turn-of-the-century Star Building, listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The gallery features a combined 12,000 square feet of exhibition space with shows changing monthly and is an active member of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association.

Christian Hohmann Fine Art 73660 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel (760) 346-4243 Fax (760) 346-4246 www.christianhohmann.com christian@christianhohmann.com

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Christian Hohmann; Eva Hart; Josh Heinz; Janet Hanson; Adrienne Norton-Luna Christian Hohmann Fine Art is one of the premier addresses for Contemporary and Fine Art in Palm Desert. Last year Hohmann celebrated his 20th anniversary of being in the art business. Artists Represented: Mohamed Abla, Michael Azgour, Robert Dunahay, David Einstein, Robert Freimark, Zivana Gojanovic, Eberhard Hueckstaedt, Thomas Jessen, Denis Jully, Willi Kissmer, Manzur Kargar, Clemens Kindling, Bernd Kirschner, Wiebke Kramer, Gabriele Lockstaedt, Gerd Lieder, Heiner Meyer, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Neil Nagy, Heinz Rabbow, Thomas Ritter, David Schneuer, Doug Smith, Karin Voelker, Paul Wunderlich, Rimi Yang. Sculpture: jd hansen, John Helton, Siegfried Neuenhausen, Christopher Schulz, Julian Voss-Andreae.

Artists Represented: Delaider Almeida, Paul Balmer, Melissa Chandon, TR Colletta, Igor & Marina, Greg Miller, Kenton Nelson, Douglas Schneider, Nicolas WIlton, Olya Zomb, Brad Howe, Boaz Vaadia

Melissa Chandon, Pink House with Pool, 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 inches

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Julian Voss-Andreae, The Sentinel, 2012, Stainless Steel, 89 x 21 x 20 inches

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Cynthia Corbett Gallery 15 Claremont Lodge, 15 The Downs, London, SW20 8UA, UK Tel (20) 89476782 Fax (20) 89476782 www.thecynthiacorbettgallery.com info@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com

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Diane Rosenstein Fine Art 831 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038 Tel (323) 397-9225 www.dianerosenstein.com info@dianerosenstein.com

Cynthia Corbett, Director Celia Kinchington, Associate Director

Diane Rosenstein, Owner/Director; Abigail Donahue, Gallery Associate; Sarika Sanyal, Registrar

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, an international contemporary art gallery, represents emerging and established artists and is a regular exhibitor at major international contemporary art fairs. The gallery curates an annual program of exhibitions in London and New York City. The Cynthia Corbett Gallery founded the Young Masters Art Prize in 2009 and the presentation will include a number of artists from the Prize 2009 – 2012.

Diane Rosenstein Fine Art is a contemporary fine art gallery located on Highland Avenue in Hollywood. DRFA exhibits emerging & mid-career artists and historical exhibitions. Artists Represented: John Adelman, Sarah Awad, Eben Goff, Alexandra Hedison, Arnold Helbling, John M. Miller, Karin Apollonia Müller, Jane Wilbraham

Artists Represented: Deborah Azzopardi, Lluís Barba, Andy Burgess, Tom Leighton, Klari Reis, Nicolas Saint Gregoire, Ultra Violet, Lottie Davies, Charles Moxon, Derrick Santini

Andy Burgess, Wexler Steel House, Palm Springs (Version II), 2013, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 48 inches

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Sarah Awad, Untitled (Seated Woman X), 2013, Oil on canvas, 66 x 60 inches

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Dawson Cole Fine Art 326 Glenneyre Street, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Tel (760) 303-4300 Fax (760) 303-4301 73199 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel (949) 497-4988 Fax (949) 497-9801 www.dawsoncolefineart.com info@dawsoncolefineart.com

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Richard MacDonald Jr., Principal; Ariane MacDonald, Principal; Marty Raichle, Senior Art Consultant; Kayla Federline, Art Consultant; Neil Verni, Art Consultant Originally established in 1993, Dawson Cole Fine Art specializes in Contemporary and Modern sculpture, drawings, prints and unique works on paper by American and European Masters. With a special concentration in Contemporary, Early Modern and West Coast Regionalism, the gallery features works by Chuck Close, Richard MacDonald, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, Tom Betts, Nancy Bush, John Felsing, James Galindo, Jim Lamb, and Jian Wang. Artists Represented: Chuck Close, Richard MacDonald, Donald Sultan, Wayne Thiebaud, Tom Betts, Nancy Bush, John Felsing, James Galindo, Jim Lamb, and Jian Wang

Chuck Close, Self-Portrait Screenprint, 2012, Silkscreen in 246 colors, 59.5 x 50 inches

Richard MacDonald, Bullwhip Half life, Platinum, 2012, Bronze with silver nitrate patina, 38 x 14 x 40 inches

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Wayne Thiebaud, Night River, Hard ground etching with drypoint and aquatint printed in blue and black, 10 x 16 inches

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Dolby Chadwick Gallery 210 Post Street, Suite 205, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel (415) 956-3560 Fax (415) 956-3455 www.dolbychadwickgallery.com info@dolbychadwickgallery.com

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Duane Reed Gallery 4729 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108 Tel (314) 361-4100 Fax (314) 361-4102 duanereedgallery.com info@duanereedgallery.com

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Lisa Dolby Chadwick, Director; Melanie Ross; Alexandra Dukes; Selena Aument; Ian Gill

Duane Reed, Merrill Strauss, Glenn Scrivner, Matthew Isaacson

Established by Lisa Dolby Chadwick in San Francisco in 1997, Dolby Chadwick Gallery represents an international roster of emerging and mid-career artists working in traditional and hybrid media, including oil painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and photography. The gallery seeks to exhibit articulate, visceral and provocative new work and to support its artists in the development of their creative processes and visions. Director Lisa Dolby Chadwick has over twenty-two years of fine arts and gallery expertise and has overseen the development of more than sixteen catalogues and monographs. The 5,000 square-foot gallery has hosted over 155 exhibitions and curated shows.

Founded in 1994, the Duane Reed Gallery represents and exhibits nationally recognized contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums that include painting, photography as well as sculpture exploring a diverse range of innovative techniques and materials. Artists Represented: Griff Williams, Jun Kaneko, Jiyong Lee, Bryce Hudson, Monroe Hodder, Eva Isaksen, Nancy Rice

Artists Represented: Bill Armstrong, Charley Brown, John Casado, Jaq Chartier, Stephen De Staebler, Guy Diehl, John DiPaolo, William Farley, Edwige Fouvry, Bernadette Jiyong Frank, Sherie’ Franssen, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Ann Gale, Katina Huston, Dan Jackson, Chelsea James, Alex Kanevsky, David Kelso, Jenifer Kent, Ian Kimmerly, Robert Kingston, Jerome Lagarrigue, Louise LeBourgeois, Tom Lieber, Frank Lobdell, Joe Macca, Vanessa Marsh, Danae Mattes, Joshua Meyer, Jim Phalen, Hunt Rettig, Ken Rosenthal, Gary Ruddell, Ada Sadler, Kai Samuels-Davis, Terry St. John, Kirsten Stolle, Seiko Tachibana, Barbara Vaughn, Ann Weber

Stephen DeStaebler, Figure with Black Torso, 2011 Bronze edition of 4, 75.5 x 17.5 x 19.5 inches

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Griff Williams, No Outlet, 2011, Resin and enamel on board, 48 x 80 inches

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Evan Lurie Gallery 30 West Main Street, Carmel, Indiana, 46032 Tel (317) 844-8400 Fax (317) 844-8460 www.evanluriegallery.com info@evanluriegallery.com

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Evan Lurie, Director/Owner; Chuck Bryson, Logistic and Installation

35 Rue de Seine, Paris, 75006, France www.artchic.com 8 Grande Rue, Saint Paul De Vence, 06570, France Tel (+33) 603685920 www.fredericgot.com artprio@gmail.com

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The Evan Lurie Gallery has specialized in introducing emerging and established international artists with a heavy emphasis on the contemporary abstract and a strong focus on realism and neo-realism. The gallery deals in works of art in all mediums and sizes including monumental, two-dimensional and three-dimensional.

Frederic Got, Owner; Gabriel Eid, Art Consultant; Carlos Rochas, Art Consultant

Artists Represented: Alexi Torres, Gian Garofalo, Nick Veasey

Artists Represented: Jacques Lebescond, Carlos Mata, Steve Mccurry, Tolla, Ruth Bloch, Alain Gazier, Roman Zaslonov, Richard Burlet

Nick Veasey, Superman Takes A Break, 2013, C-Type X-Ray Photographic Print, 37 x 47 inches

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Frederic Got

Frederic Got specializes in contemporary artists, original paintings, photographs and large sculptures in bronze.

Jacques Lebescond, Epsilon, 2013, Bronze, Exists in 2 sizes 120 cm & 280 cm

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George Billis Gallery LA 2716 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034 Tel (310) 838-3685 Fax (310) 838-3438 www.georgebillis.com la@georgebillis.com

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George Billis, Owner; Tressa Williams, Director; Brooks Salzwedel, Assistant Director After establishing a successful contemporary art gallery in New York, George Billis opened his Los Angeles gallery in 2004. With galleries in Chelsea and Culver City, George Billis Gallery provides a dynamic exchange of contemporary artists between the art centers of New York and Los Angeles. The gallery shows painting, photography, sculpture and mixed media works and is dedicated predominantly to exhibiting emerging to mid-career artists with a focus on Southern California artists. Artists Represented: Alex Blas, Alex Roulette, Anne Seidman, Bryan Ida, Bonita Helmer, Carol Charney, Charlotte Smith, Chris Stott, Daniel Phill, Danny Heller, Deborah Martin, D’lisa Creager, Eric Hesse, Karen Woods, Kim Squaglia, Matt Condron, Matt Duffin, Michael Chearney, Nina Tichava, Patricia Chidlaw, Randall Mooers, Richard Heisler, Sarah Williams, Terry Thompson, Tim Yankosky, Todd Williamson, Tom Gregg, Wes Hempel

Gerald Peters Gallery 24 East 78th Streeet, New York, NY 10075 Tel (212) 628-9760 1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87504 Tel (505) 954 -5700 www.gpgallery.com efeldman@gpgallery.com

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Peter Marcelle, Director; Evan Feldman, Administrative Director of Contemporary Art Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, was founded in 1992 by Gerald Peters, who has long been recognized as one of the world’s premier dealers of American art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Operating out of a townhouse on the Upper East Side, the gallery’s staff specializes in the art of the Hudson River Scool and the American Impressionists; in the Ash Can and the New York Schools of art; in American Modernists and nineteenthand twentieth-century American sculpture. Gerald Peters Gallery represents the estates ofGaston Lachaise, Max Weber, Harold Weston, Marguerite Zorach and William Zorach. We additionally represent a number of contemporary artists and mount exhibitions of comtemporary as well as historical work in our two-story exhibition space. Artists Represented: Stanley Boxer, John Walker, Tom Wesselmann, Jamie Wyeth

Danny Heller, Spiral Staircase, 2013, Oil on canvas, 24 x 34 inches

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Tom Wesselmann, Bedroom Painting #36, 1976, Oil on canvas, 11 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches

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Habatat Galleries 4400 Fernlee Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48073 Tel (248) 554-0590 Fax (248) 554-0594 www.habatat.com info@habatat.com

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Corey Hampson; Ferdinand Hampson Habatat Galleries was established in 1971 in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. The gallery’s mission is to service collections both public and private. The gallery takes an active interest in developing collections and promoting artists whom should be recognized in this generation and beyond. Habatat Galleries - Michigan works with many museums and art centers and has developed exhibits, which have been displayed in over 100 public institutions. Each year Habatat Galleries publishes catalogs from exhibits in the gallery as well as exhibitions throughout the world. Artists Represented: Libensky/Brychtova, William Morris, Bertil Vallien, Martin Janecky

Heather James Fine Art 45188 Portola Avenue, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel (307) 200-6090 172 Center Street, Suite 101, Jackson, WY 83001 Tel (760) 346-8926 www.heatherjames.com jim@heatherjames.com

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James Carona, Owner; Shari Brownfield, Director; Chip Tom, Sales; Sam Heaton, Sales; Montana Beutler, Sales; Emily Friedman, Sales; Nicholas Hunt, Sales With two fantastic galleries, located in Palm Desert, California and Jackson, Wyoming, Heather James Fine Art offers a rare look into art history’s past and present. Focusing on a wide breadth of genres including cultural art and antiquities, Impressionist and Modern, Post-War and Contemporary, American and Latin American, Old Masters, cutting-edge Contemporary and Photography, the gallery showcases blue chip and cutting edge contemporary art while still maintaining a respect for the integrity of antiquity and classical masterpieces. Heather James Fine Art features regular exhibitions, lectures and tours designed to educate, stimulate and inspire. Artists Represented: Kaoru Mansour, Steve Maloney, Andrew Taylor, Robert Walker, Luc Bernard, Carlo D’Alessio, Lawrence Schiller Works available by: Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, Claude Monet, Andrew Wyeth, Paul Jenkins, Damien Hirst, among many others

Martin Janecky, Dialog, 2013, glass, 27 x 20 x 8 inches

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Steve Maloney, Ride-em-Copter, 2013, Mixed Media on Vintage Bell Jet OH58 Helicopter, 120 x 80 x 444 inches

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Ikon Ltd. Contemporary Art 2525 Michigan Ave. Suite G4, @ Bergamot statio Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel (310) 828-6629 ikonltd.com ikon@ikonltd.com

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Kay Richards; Greg Abramson Ikon Ltd. Fine Art was established in 1993 as a private consulting service with owner/ director Kay Richards advising clients. The gallery moved from its original location on La Brea Avenue to the current location at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica in August of 1999. Ikon Ltd. specializes in works on paper from modern and contemporary masters, while maintaining an active inventory of both prints and original works. Artists Represented: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jean Dubuffet, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, Barbara Kruger, Yayoi Kusama, Roy Lichtenstein, Roberto Matta, Vik Muniz, Raymond Pettibon, Pablo Picasso, Mel Ramos, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol

Keith Haring, Untitled (Worm), 1984, 29 1/2 x 40 inches, Marker on paper signed and dated on verso

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Imago Galleries 45-450 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel (760) 776-9890 Fax (760) 776-9891 www.imagogalleries.com info@imagogalleries.com

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Leisa Austin; Owner and Director, Macklin Vietor, Kristen Mosbrucker, Matt Salhus, Gallery assistants Imago Galleries was founded in the Palm Springs area more than 22 years ago and has mounted exhibitions for some of this country’s most respected artists, including Tom Wesselmann, Mel Ramos, Dennis Hopper, Peter Halley and Robert Graham, among others. The fine art gallery specializes in paintings, sculpture and photography and has recently added a museum-style SHOP featuring functional objects by Artware Editions and unique art books by Taschen and Assouline. Imago has represented renowned artist Dale Chihuly since its inception, and will soon unveil a 6,000 square-foot exterior space featuring a botanical garden of glass by the renowned artist. Artists Represented: Jennifer Bartlett, Meghan Boody, Eugene Brodsky, Marc Dennis, Fred Eversley, Rachel Hovnanian, Ida Kohlmeyer, Vik Muniz, Mauro Perucchetti, Randy Polumbo, Scott Prior, William Wegman, Sherry Wolf

Jennifer Bartlett, Amagansett Diptych #7, 2007, Oil on canvas, 48 x 96 inches

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Izen Miller Gallery 19 Camino Arroyo North, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel (760) 779-0808 deanna@izenmillergallery.com

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922 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021 Tel (212) 744-1490 (212) 744-1598 janekahan.com janekahan@janekahan.com

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Deanna Miller; Ilana Bloch

Jane Kahan; Charles Mathes, Director

In 1984 Deanna Miller established Deanna Miller Fine Art, a Los Angeles-based art consulting firm providing corporate and residential art acquisition and leasing programs, as well as fine art appraisals. In 1994, she opened Izen Miller Gallery in Venice Beach. Deanna has represented artists from Los Angeles to San Francisco Bay Area, emerging, mid-career and established artists, many who have gone on to be recognized as seminal figures in the development of the West Coast School.

The Jane Kahan Gallery is an internationally known New York City gallery dealing in modern master prints, sculpture, paintings, tapestries and ceramics. Since 1973 the gallery has helping museums, corporations, architects and private individuals build museum-quality collections of Modern Art. 20th Century Modern Master Aubusson tapestries from the uniqhue collection have been exhibited in museums, art fairs and public institutions in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Vienna, London, Moscow and Dubai. Jane Kahan Gallery belongs to the Fine Art Dealers Association, the International Fine Print Dealers Association and CINOA and is a member of the Appraisers Association of America. The gallery has particular expertise in the works of Picasso (we were one of the first galleries to deal in Picasso ceramics), Chagall, Miro, Leger and Calder as well as many 20th Century American masters.

Artists Represented: Lita Albuquerque, Peter Alexander, Mardi Alexis, Carlos Almaraz, Charles Arnoldi, Billy Al Bengston, Carol Bishop, Ilana Bloch, Michael David, Richard Diebenkorn, Laddie John Dill, Fran Dressler, Ned Evans, Ed Flynn, Vivian Flynn, Sam Francis, David Hockney, Katherine Keane, Susie Mckay Krieser, Roy Lichtenstein, Camey Mcgilvray,Harry Mooody, Malcolm Morley, Ed Moses, Eric Orr, Robert Rauschenberg, Scott Reeds, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Peter Shire, Livia Stein, Marsha Steinberg, Frank Stella, Pamela Stockamore, Jean Tinguley, Ann Thornycroft, Andy Warhol

Sam Francis, Eight By Eight To Celebrate Portfolio, “Untitled�, 1982, Lithograph, 46 x 34 inches

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Artists Represented: Karel Appel, Jean Arp, Romaire Bearden, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Sonia Delaunay, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Dufy, Sam Francis,, Eugene Galien-Laloue, Le Corbusier,, Fernand Leger, Roy Lichtenstein,, Matta, Serge Mendjisky, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, Georges Rouault, Niki De Saint Phalle, Frank Stella, Geroges Terzian, Victor Vasarely

Fernand Leger, 1881-1955, Le Bonheur, 1962/c. 2000, Aubusson Tapestry, 61 x 50 inches (155 x 127 cm), Edition of 6

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Jennifer Kostuik Gallery 1070 Homer Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2W9, Canada Tel (604) 737-3969 Fax (604) 737-3964 www.kostuikgallery.com info@kostuikgallery.com

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Jonathan Novak Contemoporary Art 1880 Century Park East, Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90067 Tel (310) 277-4997 Fax (310) 277-4881 www.novakart.com jnca@novakart.com

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Jennifer Kostuik, Director; Mireille Dijks, Gallery Assistant

Jonathan Novak, President/Owner; Mike McCurry, Preparator; Xiliary Twil, Sales

Established 1997 in Vancouver, Canada, the gallery represents established and emerging visual artists from across Canada, the USA, Japan, Mexico, Belgium and The Netherlands. It brings together artists that explore similar themes and aesthetic approaches creating a relevant cross section of current interests and concerns. The gallery artists’ works address the various ways in which the contemporary mindset has altered nature and our relationship to it. Notably are organic references to nature’s influence, impact or unconscious message its presence plays on the individual artist or collector, or society as a whole. Together the works inform each other and provide a complex context for the reading of their individual perspectives.

Based in Los Angeles, Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art specializes in contemporary American and European Art. The gallery’s inventory includes a broad spectrum of works, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, and prints by some of art history’s most esteemed 20th and 21st century artists from a multitude of movements, including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, Pop, Minimalism, and Photorealism.

The gallery has participated in international art fairs since 2001. Our services include small and large-scale commission based projects, framing, local delivery and installation, and shipping worldwide.

Artists Represented: John Baeder, Tim Bavington, Robert Bechtle, Charles Bell, Robert Cottingham, Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Ralph Goings, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Paul Jenkins, Alex Katz, Julian Opie, Ben Schonzeit, Saul Steinberg, Frank Stella, Wayne Thiebaud, Tom Wesselmann

Artists Represented: David Burdeny, Brent Comber, Kumiko Fuijinami, Steven Goring, Arno Kortschot, Marianne Lovink, Catherine Nelson, Patrick Pettersson, Sasha Rogers

Steven Goring, Tumulus #8, 2013, Oil on Panel, 59 x 59 inches

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Jim Dine, Primary Ladies, 2008, painted bronze, 63 x 72 x 33 inches

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Karl Hutter Fine Art 9895 S. Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 Tel (310) 843-0007 Fax (310) 843-0009 www.khfineart.com info@khfineart.com

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Karl Hutter, Owner/Director; Julia Allison, Exhibitions Manager

Katharina Rich Perlow Fine Arts 40 East 84th Street, New York, NY 10028 Tel (413) 446-5084 Fax (212) 644-2519 www.artnet.com/KatharinaRichPerlow.html perlowgallery@aol.com

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Katharina Rich Perlow, President; William Perlow Karl Hutter Fine Art specializes in the exhibition and sale of paintings, works on paper and sculpture by American and international artists of the Modern, Post-War and Contemporary periods. The gallery has presented historically focused exhibitions featuring works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Francis Al每s, Bruce Conner, Adolf Fleischmann and Claude Monet. Other artists who have exhibited with Karl Hutter Fine Art have included Brian Wills, Dennis Koch, Jedd Novatt, Florian S眉ssmayr, Christopher Makos, Paul Solberg, Chris Thorson and Victor Demarchelier. Serving an international clientele, KHFA endeavors to work closely with estates and foundations to promote quality, scholarship and value for our collectors.

The Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery was established in 1984 specializing in modernism, abstract expressionism and figurative contemporary art. Since 2011 we have become private dealers representing mainly secondary market contemporary artists in paintings, sculpture and photography. Artists Represented: Mary Abbott, Donald Baechler, Norman Bluhm, James Brooks, Friedel Dzubas, John Ferren, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Goodnough, John Grillo, Robert Indiana, Valerie Jaudon, Paul Jenkins, Robert Kushner, Irving Kriesberg, George McNeil, Stephen Pace, Milton Resnick, Jay Rosenblum, Yvonne Thomas, Larry Zox

Artists Represented: Francis Al每s, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Ross Bleckner, Adolf Fleischmann, Roy Lichtenstein, Jedd Novatt, Pablo Picasso, Gerhard Richter, Frank Stella, Florian S眉ssmayr, Chris Thorson, Brian Wills, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol.

Cecily Brown, Untitled, 1999, Oil on canvas, 100 x 110 inches

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George McNeil, Dingbat Disco, 1982, Oil, sand, twine on canvas, 56 x 65 inches

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Kips Gallery 511 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 Tel (646) 284-5008 www.kipsgallery.com kips@kipsgallery.com

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Ken Kim Director, John Verrilli Associate Director

KM Fine Arts | Chicago - Los Angeles

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814 North La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069 John Hancock Center, 875 North Michigan Ave. Suite 2515, Chicago, IL 60611 Tel (310) 854-0540 www.kmfinearts.com director@kmfinearts.com Ana M. Hollinger, Director and Managing Partner

Kips Gallery is located in the heart of the Chelsea art district in New York City. The gallery was founded by Owner and Director Ken Kim in 2002. Kips Gallery participates in various international art fairs. Kips Gallery is open to a variety of art, figurative, abstract, installations and conceptual. The gallery is also presenting art by artists outside of America especially from Europe or Asia Artists Represented: John Baran, Ahhi Choi, Nami Song, Sunjoo Chung, Haessle

Located in the iconic John Hancock Center in Chicago, KM Fine Arts’ museum quality setting continues to offer critically acclaimed exhibitions since 2006. In January 2013, KM Fine Arts celebrated the inaugural opening of the Los Angeles showroom, expanding our contemporary art program. KM Fine Arts is honored to be included in the TOP 500 GALLERIES in the world list by Modern Painters/Blouin Media for 2013. The Gallery specializes in the finest American and European artists of early modernism, postwar and contemporary art. Areas of expertise include postwar movements, including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field painting and contemporary art. KM has recently launched an exciting new contemporary arts program that focuses on emerging-level artists. Artists Represented: Georg Baselitz, Norman Bluhm, Fernando Botero, James Brooks, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Michael Goldberg, Hans Hofmann, Robert Indiana, Wolf Kahn, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol along with contemporary artists Carole Feuerman, Kim Gottlieb-Walker, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, John Rusnak, Cole Sternberg, Federico Uribe, and Alexander Yulish

Ahhi Choi, 20132077, 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 25.6 x 20.8 inches

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John Chamberlain, Mezzomangle, 2007, Painted and Chromed Steel, 62 x 57 x 50 inches

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Lisa Sette Gallery 4142 N Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Tel (480) 990-7342 Fax (480) 970-0825 www.lisasettegallery.com sette@lisasettegallery.com

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Peatonal 25 de Mayo 240, Cordoba, X5000ELF, Argentina Tel (54351) 4239451 www.mariaelenakravetzgallery.com mek@mariaelenakravetzgallery.com

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Lisa Sette, Director; Ashley Rice, Associate Director; Samantha Strom, Gallery Associate

Maria Elena Kravetz, Owner; Raul Nisman, Attorney; Marina Gazulla, Assistant

For nearly 30 years, Lisa Sette Gallery has consistently challenged the notion of what contemporary art can be with a vision that is personal - a visual voice that is relevant to the times in which we live.

Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery is located in Cordoba, Argentina, exhibiting local, national and international artists since 1995. The gallery has participated for in SOFA Chicago for 12 years as the unique Latin American gallery, Art Palm Beach, Art Miami and SOFA Santa Fe. Contemporary “different” art is the focus of presentations in the main location as well as in show exhibitions, emphasizing the presence of Latin American artists and carefully choosing the pieces to be exposed and the quality of human relationships between the gallery and the artists represented.

Artists Represented: Damion Berger, Rachel Bess, Enrique Chagoya, Kim Cridler, Binh Danh, Claudio Dicochea, Angela Ellsworth, Gilbert Garcin, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Alan Bur Johnson, Jessica Joslin, Siri Devi Khandavilli, Mark Klett, Mayme Kratz, David Kroll, Carrie Marill, Matthew Moore, Marie Navarre, Luis Molina-Pantin, Fiona Pardington, Beverly Penn, Gregory Scott, Mike & Doug Starn, Julianne Swartz, Jennifer Trask, James Turrell, William Wegman, Masao Yamamoto

Mayme Kratz, Circle Dream 50, 2013, resin and acorn cupules on panel, 24 x 24 inches

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Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery

Artists Represented: Ariane Garnier (Costa Rica), M.Noel Loeschbor (Argentina), Bruce R.Macdonald (US), Mer del Cielo (Argentina), Woodrow Nash (US), Jeffro Uitto (US)

Jeffro Uitto, River Teeth, 2013, Salvadged woods, 2013, 41” H x 30” W x 40” D

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Peter Blake Gallery 435 Ocean Avenue, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Tel (949) 376-9994 www.peterblakegallery.com peterblakegallery@mac.com

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Peter Blake, Owner; Stephanie Bachiero, Exhibiting artist

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Peter Marcelle Projects 230 East 79th Street, New York, NY 10075 4 North Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968 Tel (631) 613-6170 Fax (631) 613-6171 petermarcelleprojects.com info@petermarcelleprojects.com Peter Marcelle, Owner; Catherine McCormick, Director

Established in 1993, the Peter Blake Gallery has been a definitive source for modern and contemporary art in Southern California. The gallery’s program is focused on monochrome, concrete, modernist, post, color-based, radical, minimalist and abstract painting. Artists Represented: Lita Albuquerque, Peter Alexander, Charles Arnoldi, Stephanie Bachiero, Steve Burtch, Ron Cooper, Matthew Deleget, Laddie John Dill, Alan Ebnother, Kevin Finklea, Jimi Gleason, Maria Elena Gonzalez, Scot Heywood, Steve Hough, Eric Johnson, Erin Lawlor, Jason Martin, Matt McClune, Ed Moses, Gregg Renfrow, Janet Rosener, Robert Sagerman, Peter Shelton, Hadi Tabatabai, Jeremy Thomas, Roy Thurston, Tilman, Don Voisine, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Pontus Willfors, Eric Zammitt

Peter Alexander, Perrino, Cast Polyester Resin, 7.5 x 8.625 x 8.5 inches

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A contemporary and secondary market gallery, specializing in three generations of Wyeths, with locations in NYC and the Hamptons. Artists Represented: Claudia Aronow, Peter Beard, David Gamble, Tom Judd, Steve Miller, Dan Rizzie, Marc Sijan, John Walker, Tom Wesselmann

Peter Beard, Spitting Cobra, in Tsavo, 1960, Gelatin silver print with ink and blood, 44 x 52 inches

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Pictura Gallery 122 W. 6th Street, Bloomington, IN 47404 Tel (812) 336-0000 www.picturagallery.com info@picturagallery.com

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David and Martha Moore, Owners; Mia Dalglish, Co-Curator & Exhibitions Director; Lisa Woodward, Curator; Lauren Kniss, Gallery Director; Daniela Panigada Cook, Media & Design Director; Christin Turmail, Sales Manager; Nate Brewer, Social Media Director In just five years, Pictura Gallery has gained a reputation for its nuanced exhibits and has come into the public eye as a thoughtful new venue for emerging and established artists. The gallery specializes in contemporary photography, focusing on work with strong formal sensibilities and depth of content. Additionally, the gallery serves as an educational resource for Indiana University. Artists Represented: Osamu James Nakagawa, Evgenia Arbugaeva, Clarissa Bonet, Conner Green

Conner Green, Municipium, 2010, Archival Inkjet Print, 39 x 36 inches

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RĂŞverie Arts 357 Tehama Street, Suite 1, Reverie Arts/First Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Tel (415) 590-2960 www.reverie-arts.com derek@reverie-arts.com

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Derek Cabaniss, Managing Principal RĂŞverie Arts strives to host and foster a harmonious working relationship with its talented body of artists to create challenging and rousing series of artworks. The gallery also cultivates a sociable and creative dynamic with our partners in private events to create a space for discussion, creativity, philanthropy and further collaboration within the city of San Francisco. Our early to mid-career and established artists are represented from throughout North America, Europe as well as Asia and focus on mixed-media, painting, photography and sculpture. Artists Represented: Javier Arbizu, Lin Evola, Charlie Ciali, Monika Lukowska, Tony Maridakis, Erin Parish, Ron Reihel, Adrian Ssegura, Thomas Van Houten, Michal Wiskiowski

Erin Parish, Tell Me, 2014, Oil and resin on canvas, 48 x 54 inches

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Sandra Lee Gallery 251 Post Street, Suite 310, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel (415) 291-8000 Fax (415) 291-8000 http://sandraleegallery.com sandra@sandraleegallery.com

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Sandra Lee-Gallery Director; Jeffrey Palladini-Artist Sandra Lee Gallery specializes in primary market contemporary art, with a focus on Bay Area emerging and mid-career artists, as well as established international artists, often from East Asia. The gallery’s mission is to connect serious art collectors and art lovers with innovative and approachable original painting and sculpture. Located in Union Square, Sandra Lee Gallery has found a home in the city’s cosmopolitan center. It is a cultural destination for locals and visitors alike and a forum to exchange ideas, styles and conversation. Sandra Lee’s artists represent a diverse and valuable segment of an increasingly global creative community.

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3 Elm Street, Stockbridge, MA  01262 Tel (413) 298-3044 www.schantzgalleries.com kim@schantzgalleries.com> Kim Saul, Owner, Director of Marketing and Publications  Schantz Galleries in Stockbridge, Massachusetts is a destination for visitors to experience firsthand the works of more than fifty internationally recognized artist working in glass. Our gallery works with individuals, museums and corporations in building collections of art glass sculpture and installations by world renowned glass artists including Dale Chihuly, Dan Dailey, Marvin Lipofsky, William Morris, Paul Stankard and Lino Tagliapietra. The gallery is committed to exhibiting works to expose both established and up and coming artists to the public not only in Stockbridge, but by actively participating; in major glass expositions in Chicago, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Miami and Silicon Valley.

Artists Represented: Henry Jackson, Hyun Su Park, Jeffrey Palladini, Jeremy Morgan

Henry Jackon, Untitled #68-13, 2013, Oil and mixed media on canvas, 30 x 38 inches

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Lino Tagliapietra, Fiamma, 2013, Fused Glass Panel, 19 x 46 x .75 inches

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Shulamit Gallery 17 N. Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90291 Tel (310) 281-0961 Fax (310) 822-6959 www.shulamitgallery.com info@shulamitgallery.com

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Shulamit Nazarian, Gallery Owner & Director; Anne Hromadka, Co-Director; Lauren Albrecht, Director of Business Development & Sales; Xiaowen Zhu, Gallery Associate Shulamit Gallery seeks to engage Angelenos through cross-cultural exhibitions and programming, featuring artwork by emerging and established artists. The gallery supports work that is aesthetically innovative, socially engaged and that fosters dialogue and views the artist as cultural ambassador. Devoted to building bridges between our regional and global community, Shulamit Gallery focuses on the Middle East with a special interest in Israeli, Iranian and Jewish artists. In the spring of 2006, Shulamit Gallery began as a roving exhibition space and established to its first flagship gallery in October 2012 in Los Angeles, California. Our inaugural exhibitions both presented work by contemporary Iranian Jewish artists and were official satellite shows of an exhibition at UCLA’s Fowler Museum. Since opening the gallery has presented five exhibitions and have welcomed over 1,400 visitors and have been reviewed by publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times to Fabrik to Art ltd. Artists Represented: Tal Shochat, Orit Hofshi, Gary Baseman, David Abir, Krista Nassi, Doni Silver Simons, Carol Es, Pouya Afshar, Jonas N.T. Becker, Marjan K. Vayghan, Jessica Shokrian and Soraya S. Nazarian

Tal Shochat, Tamar #2 (Date Palm), 2011, C-Print

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Sohn Fine Art Gallery 6 Elm Street, Stockbridge, MA 01262 Tel (413) 298-1025 www.sohnfineart.com info@sohnfineart.com

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Cassandra Sohn, Founder/Owner; Jenna Gazaille, Gallery Assistant Sohn Fine Art Gallery was founded in 2011 by Photographer Cassandra Sohn. The gallery specializes in showing primarily contemporary photography and is dedicated to the development, promotion and exhibition of innovative contemporary artworks by international and local artists. Sohn Fine Art exhibits Sohn’s work and represents emerging and living artists. It is the gallery’s mission to promote a broader understanding of, and community engagement with photographic mediums through exhibitions, lectures and workshops. Sohn Fine Art’s MASTER ARTIST SERIES Program hosts world class photographers in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts annually. The goal of this program is to offer unique experiences with artists in the top of their fields to patrons and collectors of photography, as well as professional and aspiring photographers and artists. Artists Represented: Greg Gorman, Sam Abell, Seth Resnick, Matuschka, Bruce Checefsky, John Atchley, Fran Forman, Martin Greene, Lincoln Russell, Mona Mark, Peggy Braun, Savannah Spirit, Eric Korenman, Hildy Kronen, Yvette Lucas, Terry Rosen, Peter Neff, Irmari Nacht, Kevin Sprague, John Clarke, Monika Sosnowski, Cassandra Sohn

Greg Gorman, Andy Warhol, Los Angeles, 1986, Pigment Print

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Sue Greenwood Fine Art 330 North Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Tel (949) 494-0669 Fax (949) 494-0689 www.suegreenwoodfineart.com info@suegreenwoodfineart.com

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Sue Greenwood; Mark J. Thomas; Suzanne Billik-Milora; Maria O’Malley Located in Orange County, California, Sue Greenwood Fine Art was founded in 2005. The focus of SGFA is contemporary realism and figurative artists, with a particular emphasis in painting and sculpture. SGFA represents forty highly refined and distinctive emerging, midcareer and established artists from across the United States. Artists Represented: Suhas Bhujbal, Linda Christensen, Robert LaDuke, Francis Livingston, Sherry Karver, Jason Kowalski, Mary-Austin Klein, Glenn Ness, Siddharth Parasnis, Scott Yeskel

Jason Kowalski, Rio, 2013, Oil on panel, 12 x 16.5 inches

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TAG Gallery Bergamot Station Arts Center, 2525 Michigan Ave., D3 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel (310) 829-9556 Fax (310) 829-0655 www.taggallery.net director@taggallery.net

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Laura Korman, Director; Lauren Roberts, Asst. Director; Cynthia Alexander, President; Peter Kempson, President TAG (The Artists’ Gallery) is a co-operative, operating as a not for profit orgainization. It was founded 25 years ago, and represents 40 artists, including sculptors, photographers, painters and mixed media artists, including a neon artist. Styles range from traditional to abstract, pop and experimental. Artists Represented: Peter Kempson, Cynthia Alexander, Gary Polonsky, Pam Douglas, Christo Brock, Anne M. Bray, Darlyn Susan Yee, Linda Sue Price, Katie Crown, Suki Kuss

Peter Kempson, Chair Man, 2012, Mixed Mediam, 53 x 40 inches

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ten472 Contemporary Art PO Box 1053, Nevada City, CA 95959 Tel (707) 484-2685 ten472.com info@ten472.com

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Hanne Sorensen; Catherine Conlin; Elis Gudmann ten472 is a contemporary art space located in Northern California. Since its inception in 2000, the gallery has focused on identifying and exhibiting artists who present a contemporary vision to the traditional art forms with an emphasis on sculpture, and who have a unique approach to process, medium, technique and content. Artists Represented: Scott Gruss, Elisabett Gudmann, Gino Miles, Kirk H. Slaughter, Kurt Steger

Gino Miles, Twist, 2012, Stainless steel, 5ft x 6ft x 5ft

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

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Joan McLoughlin, Gallerist; Johnny Sampson, Director; Chase Doughtery, Gallery Associate The McLoughlin Gallery is an approachable, inviting gallery with a social conscience. The mission of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing established mid-career and emerging contemporary artists whose work is unique, integrating bright, bold colors and conveying an emotional punch. Art work that makes you think. Artists Represented: Arnix, Guillermo Bert, Cosimo Cavallero, Christine Comyn, Renaud Delorme, ESK, Daniel Healey, Ah-Young Jeon, Christopher H. Martin, Pia Maria Martin, Colin McRae, David Middlebrook, MoE, McKay Otto, Kristina Quinones, Meghann Riepenhoff, Kirstine Roepstorff, Doug Thielscher, Cristobal Valecillos

Guillermo Bert, Red Carpet (triptych), 2007, Mixed Media, Acrylic on Wood, 68 x 48 inches

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Thomas Paul Fine Art P.O. Box 602, Woodland Hills, CA 91365 (323) 525-0444 www.tpaulfineart.com info@tpaulfineart.com

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Thomas Paul, Director For Thomas Paul, 2013 marks the 42nd year in the business of selling and acquiring fine paintings, drawings, photography and works on paper. Since 1976, Thomas Paul Fine Art has been a significant part of the growing Los Angeles art community and has enjoyed an excellent reputation as a member of the elite network of private dealers. Tha gallery is committed to assisting clientele in all aspects of their collecting requirements, whether it is a decorative need or the acquisition of a historically significant painting, sculpture or print. TPFA’s philosophy continues to be that of building long term, mutually beneficial relationships with clients. This viewpoint has helped us construct both large and small collections at fair prices to patrons. The gallery is dedicated to providin the highest standards of ethics, connoisseurship and scholarship in the business. Artists Represented: John Baeder, Donna Brookman, Judy Dater, Gayle Donahue, Lori Field, Herb Jackson, Rupert Garcia, Margaret Keelan, Sandrine Kern, Harrison Storms, Jock Sturges, John Reiff Williams and secondary works by Claes Oldenburg, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, et al.

Claes Oldenburg, Profile Airflow, 1969, Molded polyurethane relief over 2-color lithograph in aluminum frame, 33.5 x 65.5 x 4 inches (85 x 166.3 x 10.1 cm)

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

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Kraige Block, Director; Spencer Throckmorton, Owner; Norberto Rivera, Photography; Dimitri Treantafilos, Antiquities; Sean Cleary, Art Handler Throckmorton Fine Art is a new york-based gallery specializing in vintage and contemporary photography of the Americas for over 25 years. Its primary focus is Latin American photographers. The gallery also specializes in chinese jades and antiquities, as well as precolumbian art. Throckmorton’s extraordinary photography collection includes strong works of museum quality by luminaries such as tina modotti, manuel alvarez bravo, edward weston and martin chambi, to name only a few. The gallery also has an extensive inventory of paintings, works on paper and graphics by modern and contemporary latin american artists, along with a strong collection of male nude photography by various artists; such as, Baron Wilhelm Von Gloeden, Vincenzo Galdi, Danny Lyon, George Dureau, Guglielmo Pluschow, et al Artists Represented: Ruven Afanador, Mario Algaze, Juan Carlos Alom, Lucienne Bloch, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Hugo Brehme, Abel Briquet, Marilyn Bridges, Anton Bruehl, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Agustin Victor Casasola, Martin Chambi, Lucien Clergue, Chrisitian Cravo, Mario Cravo Neto, Valdir Cruz, Hector Garcia, Flor Garduno, Baron Wilhelm von Gloeden Fritz Henle, Graciela Iturbide, Guillermo Kahlo, George Platt Lynes, Leo Matiz, Dirk McDonnell, Tina Modotti, Dianora Niccolini, Emmy Lou Packard, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Marta Maria Perez Bravo, Antonio Reynoso, Javier Silva Meinel, Bernard Silberstein,Robert Stivers, Paul Strand, Laurena Toledo, Bill Perlmutter, Edward Weston, Brett & Cole Weston, Mariana Yampolsky

Aztec, Seated figure, 1350-1520 CE, Bassalt, 13 inches high

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

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Tim Yarger, Director; Sierra LeBaron, Assistant Director; Elizabeth Yochim, Director of International Exhibitions

UNIX Gallery 532 West 24th, New York, NY 10011 2219 Nw 2nd Ave., MIami, FL 33127 Tel (212) 209-1572 Fax (212) 208-2426 Tel (305) 496-0621 www.unixgallery.com info@unixgallery.com

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Alex Cesaria; Margot Allen; Daniela Mercuri After directing galleries in San Francisco, New York and Beverly Hills, Mr. Yarger established Timothy Yarger Fine Art in 1997. The gallery represents established contemporary painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors as a complement to its scholarship in historic material of 19th Century artists, the Modern Masters and Pop icons of the 20th Century. Each calendar year, TYFA produces major exhibitions and promotes scholarship, broad connoisseurship and public programming through collaboration with art historians, critics and museum professionals, who contribute to the galleries’ events and publications. TYFA has published more than a dozen books and numerous exhibition catalogues. Artists Represented: Pierre Auguste-Renoir, Jack Bender, Hebru Brantley, Pierre Marie Brisson, Seth Casteel, Marc Chagall, Ching Ching Cheng, Jim Dine, Robert Farber, Sam Francis, Carole Feuerman, Chris Fox, Basil Gogos, Yossi Govrin, Wang Guangyi, Keith Haring, David Hockney, Lori Hyland, Chul Hyun-Ahn, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Martin, Henri Matisse, Michele Mattei, Jim McHugh, Joan Miró, Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, Louise Nevelson, Udo Nöger, Curtis Phillips, Pablo Picasso, Robert Schefman, Don Simon, Linda Touby, Cecil Touchon, James Turrell, Cristobal Valecillos & Andy Warhol

Louise Nevelson, Untitled, 1976-78, Wood painted black, 89.5 x 39 x 10 inches

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Representing a wide-ranging, international group of established and emerging artists, UNIX Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in New York and Miami. The gallery stimulates the careers of artists with exquisite artistic execution and compelling, unique concepts; embracing a diverse spectrum of traditional and contemporary artistic practices, from painting, sculpture and photography, to large-scale installations and a synthesis of diversified mediums. Aiming at providing a forum for pioneering and innovative exhibitions, artists represented by UNIX Gallery have been meticulously selected based on the individual signature style and have exhibited extensively in galleries, museums and fairs world-wide. As a gallery specialized in the primary and secondary market, UNIX commits to the highest standards of connoisseurship and professionalism and eagerly expands within the present, evolving contemporary and modern art market. Artists Represented: Justin Bower, Desire Obtain Cherish, John Messinger, Ingrid Dee Magidson, Peter Anton

Justin Bower, Dissonant Accord, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 7 x 6 feet

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Vogelsang Art Projects Gallery 202 Chaussée de Boondael, Brussels, 1050 Belgium Tel (32485) 148845 www.vogelsanggallery.com info@vogelsanggallery.com

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Gregoire Vogelsang, Directeur; Zuzanna Buchwald, Gallery Assistant; Meloudi Zargizian, Gallery Assistant Vogelsang Art Projects Gallery is located in the heart of Europe.The gallery represents national and international, established and upcoming artists. Vogelsang Gallery’s main focus is discovering and representing artsits to an international and mature audience worldwide. The gallery’s program is primarily photography and paintings, but also features art in different media ranging from video to sculptures and installations. Vogelsang Gallery also generate a continuous dialogue with art enthusiasts and private collectors, by researching the most exciting and innovative artistic talents. Artists Represented: Kevin Berlin, Robert Farber, Alain Richard, Kristin Man, Adrien Boyer

Kevin Berlin, Cigarette Camel, 2013, Oil on canvas, 42 x 59 inches

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William Campbell Contemporary Art 4935 Byers Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107 Tel (817) 737-9566 Fax (817) 737-5466 www.williamcampbellcontemporaryart.com wcca@flash.net

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Directors: Pam Campbell and William Campbell William Campbell Contemporary Art represents mid-career and emerging artists from across the country. Exhibiting contemporary paintings, works on paper, photography and sculpture. In recent years the gallery’s aesthetic has gravitated toward postminimalist works, while continuing to exhibit abstraction and representational works with a contemporary twist. This year, William Campbell Contemporary Art celebrates 40 years of exhibiting provocative, engaging and challenging works. Artists Represented: Kris Cox, Bernd Haussmann, John Fraser, Dan Rizzie, Donald Sultan, Cecil Touchon, John Holt Smith, Jake Gilson, Tom Hollenback, Benito Huerta, Otis Jones, Stephen Daly, Jeff Kellar, Dalton Maroney, James Marshall, Harmony Padgett, Steve Murphy Works by: Donald Sultan, Roy Lichtenstein, Christopher Brown

Cecil Touchon, Post-Dogmatist Painting #650, 2013, Acrylic on wood panel, 42 x 42 inch

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William Shearburn Gallery 665 South Skinker Blvd., Saint Louis, MO 63105 Tel (314) 367-8020 www.info@shearburngallery.com info@shearburngallery.com

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William Shearburn; Katherine Rodway Vega; Eric Nauman William Shearburn Gallery specializes in American Art since 1950. The gallery program is two-fold, the active engagement in the post-war secondary market and the representation of a select group of living artists. Through focused exhibitions and participation in art fairs, the gallery maintains an international relationship with numerous collectors and curators. In addition to the promotion of the our artists and program, the gallery actively advises private collections, museums and corporations in the art of collecting. Artists Represented: Donald Baechler, Mel Bochner, Louise Bourgeois, John Chamberlain, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, Sarah Frost, Alex Katz, Ellsworth Kelly, Tim Liddy, Andrew Millner, Robert Motherwell, Mark di Suvero, Bernar Venet, Andy Warhol

Winston Wächter Fine Art 203 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 Tel (206) 652-5855 www.winstonwachter.com gallery@winstonwachter.com

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Stacey Winston-Levitan, Director; Judith Rinehart, Gallery Manager; Anna Sparks, Registrar Winston Wächter is a fine art gallery and art consulting firm in Seattle. The gallery specializes in the acquisition and placement of contemporary and 20th Century works of art. Established in 1995 by Stacey Winston-Levitan and Christine Wächter-Campbell, the gallery’s mission is to assist clients with the intricacies of acquiring works of art. Stacey and Christine bring with them a depth of knowledge and over twenty years of experience in the art community. The gallery represents over thirty contemporary artists who work in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and printmaking. In addition to gallery artists, Winston Wächter Fine Art also assists in secondary market placement of modern and contemporary masters. Artists Represented: Tom Baril, Bo Bartlett, Rena Bass Forman, Jessica Craig-Martin, Susan Dory, Betsy Eby, Caio Fonseca, Zaria Forman, Jules Frazier, Ann Gardner, Stephen Hannock, Ethan Murrow, Angelina Nasso, Stephen O’Donnell, Piper O’Neill, Erin Parish, Chris Pfister, Christopher Reilly, Mielle Riggie, Tracy Rocca, Rana Rochat, Tony Scherman, Michael Schultheis, Seton Smith, Julie Speidel, Dirk Staschke, Donald Sultan, Robert Taplin, Trimpin, Peter Waite, Margeaux Walter, Erich Woll, Hiro Yokose

Alex Katz, Flags, 2013, Woodcut, 42 x 120 inches

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Christopher Boffoli, Caramel Salt Harvesters, 2013, Archival pigment ink print on metallic paper, 24x36 inches

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Yares Art Projects 123 Grant Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87505 Tel (505) 984-0044 www.yaresartprojects.com contact@yaresartprojects.com

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Dennis Yares, Owner; Manuel Garcia, Director; David Solomon, Gallery Assistant 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 polyurethane, marble, found objects, cor-ten steel and video. Over the past two decades, the gallery has advised, curated and assisted in formulating extensive collections in Scottsdale, New York, Reno, Denver, Santa Fe, Miami, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, with a focus on the Color Field School. Artists Represented: Milton Avery, Paul Bloch, Norman Bluhm, Byron Browne, Carlisle + Hamilton, Sean Cavanaugh, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Sarah Frost, Hans Hofmann, Martin Cary Horowitz, Douglas Kent Hall, Emily Kimball, Penelope Krebs, Morris Louis, Joan Mitchell, Manuel Neri, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Jeff Overlie, Paul Pletka, Elias Rivera, Phil Sagazio, Sam Scott, Esteban Vicente

Jules Olitski, Pink Doozie, 1964, Magna on canvas, 84 x 80 inches (213.4 x 203.2 cm)

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Penelope Krebs, Untitled (P14-01), 2014, Oil on canvas, 44 x 44 inches

Penelope Krebs, Untitled (P13-04), 2013, Oil on canvas, 72 x 72 inches (182.9 x 182.9 cm)

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Zane Bennett Contemporary Art 435 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel (505) 982-8111 Fax (505) 982-8160 www.zanebennettgallery.com zanebennett@aol.com

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Christian Cheneau, Sales Director; Nancy Boshers, Sales Director; Sandy Zane, Owner, Ned Bennett, Owner Zane Bennett Contemporary Art gallery resides in one of the most unique architectural spaces in Santa Fe. The exterior preserves the historic flavor of the neighborhood while the cutting edge interior rivals the traditions of the best contemporary galleries in the country. The sky lighted two-story central atrium, glass staircase and catwalk, along with numerous gallery spaces provide the experience of viewing contemporary art at its best. The nearly 10,000 square foot space allows for ongoing offerings of important and well-established contemporary artists, internationally-known mid-career, emerging and regional artists as well as blue chip artists. You will find accessible exhibits of paintings, prints, drawings, substantial sculpture and photography and other fine art. Artists Represented: Frank Stella, Mark di Survero, Franรงois Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Mimmo Paladino, Mary Shaffer, Kellogg Johnson, Francis Bacon, George Condo, Tony Cragg, Richard Diebenkorn, Jim Dine, James Drake, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol Lewitt, Agnes Martin, Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Louise Nevelson, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Pierre Soulages, Donald Sultan, Tom Wesselman, David Kapp, Tom Miller, Dunham Aurelius

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Frank Stella, Going Aboard (from the Wave Series) ed 34/60, 1989, Screenprint with lithograph and linocut in colors with hand color marbling and collage, 73 3/8 x 54 3/8 inches

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