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Visit. Experience. Collect. This May 19-22 weekend, we pay homage to the Bay Area’s respected tradition as a worldrenowned fine art marketplace by staging the second annual SF Fine Art Fair. We are thrilled that the SFFAF has served as a vital catalyst in inspiring the current Bay Area art fair renaissance by transforming a city that went without an art fair for years into an art fair Mecca which this year features not only our show but also two satellite fairs. To achieve our goal of creating a world-class art viewing and acquiring experience in the world-class setting of Fort Mason, our Selection Committee has endeavored to present only galleries with compelling art programs, that represent respected artists, and exhibit the utmost in professional integrity. I invite you to explore the significant offerings from our 70 local, national and international galleries offering visitors a broad spectrum of media in post-war and contemporary art. Ranging from paintings, works on paper, and drawings to printed editions, photography, and indoor and outdoor sculpture, we showcase significant artworks for every level of collector.

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To help stimulate the art collecting process, we have created Maypole, a striking artistic statement at the entrance. Utilizing three miles of rope, this bay-friendly landscape architecture was created by the brilliant team at bionic and expertly executed by 5 ELEMENTS DESIGN. Our several thought-provoking public installations, video art clips and art performances are strategically placed throughout the fair and are meant to stimulate and inspire. With support from the San Francisco Art Institute we have produced the West Coast Art Collectors Conference – three days of free sessions featuring expert speakers to define and explain the latest trends in contemporary art essential to art collectors. I urge you to grab a seat and benefit from one or more fast-paced session. We are pleased to join forces with the City of San Francisco and their SF Arts Commission in raising funds for ArtCare. Privately supported, this important charity restores and maintains the city’s many valuable public artworks. This year we teamed up to proudly present our annual Lifetime Achievement Award to Richard L . Greene, Vice Chairman of SFMOMA. This charity event, emceed by TV personality Liam Mayclem, promotes the ArtCare initiative. To support this much needed effort visit www.sfartscommission.org/artcare.

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I am very excited that our Opening Night celebrates the remarkable 140th anniversary of the San Francisco Art Institute. We believe our range of galleries and art work at this fair is among the most compelling and relevant offered on the West Coast. Enjoy the experience. And collect. Sincerely, Rick Friedman Founder and Executive Director 3/4/11 12:12 PM

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Table of Contents Special Thanks..........................................5

Light Work.............................................64

Conferences..............................................6

Lisa Harris Gallery..................................65

Performance & Installation........................8

Louis Klaitman Vintage and Contemporary Photographs..................73

SFFAF Floor Map.....................................10 Lifetime Achievment Award.....................12 A. Jain Marunoochi Gallery.....................14 ABRA Gallery..........................................16 Adamar Fine Arts....................................18 Arcadia Gallery.......................................20 Barry Singer Gallery...............................22 Birnam Wood Galleries............................24 Bonner David Galleries...........................13 Cain Schulte Contemporary Art................28 Chandra Cerrito Contemporary................26 David Richard Contemporary...................30 Denis Bloch Fine Art................................32 Donna Seager Gallery.............................34 Eckert Fine Art........................................36 eo art lab...............................................38 Erickson Fine Art Gallery, Inc. .................40 Ferrin Gallery.........................................29 FIFTY24SF Gallery..................................42 Gallery Oms...........................................43 Gallery Sam...........................................44 George Billis Gallery...............................45 George Krevsky Gallery..........................46 Gerald Peters Gallery..............................48 GF Contemporary...................................47 Gilman Contemporary.............................52 Hexton Gallery.......................................50 Hamamjian Modern................................54 Hang art................................................56 Jennifer Kostuik Gallery..........................58 JoAnne Artman Gallery...........................60 K. Imperial Fine Art................................51 Kips Gallery............................................62 KIWI Gallery/KIWI Arts Group LLC...........63 4

Lurie Gallery..........................................66 Madison Gallery.....................................68 Meyerovich Gallery.................................67 Modernbook | Gallery | Editions..............70 Museum Works Galleries.........................71 Riva Yares Gallery..................................72 Robert Tat Gallery...................................73 Robert Greene Fine Arts..........................74 Rosier Gallery.........................................76 Sandra Lee Gallery.................................78 Scott Nichols Gallery...............................80 Smith Andersen North.............................81 Schomburg Gallery.................................82 SLATE contemporary...............................84 Song’s Gallery........................................86 Studio 391.............................................87 Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts..................88 Sundaram Tagore Gallery........................90 Susan Spiritus Gallery.............................92 SUJARO Gallery of African Art.................94 ten472 Contemporary Art.......................95 The Fisher Press......................................96 The McLoughlin Gallery...........................97 Villa del Arte Galleries.............................98 Walter Bischoff Gallerie.........................100 West Hill Gallery.....................................99 Westbrook Modern...............................102 William Havu Gallery............................103 Winterowd Fine Art...............................104 Zoom Gallery.......................................105 Acknowledgements...............................122


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Friday, May 20 12pm: Collecting Art, Curating Your Own Collection Whitney Chadwick; Ph.D., author and professor of art history at San Francisco State University. Jeremy Stone; Principal and founder of Business Matters in the Visual Arts, an art advisory and appraisal firm in San Francisco. Charles Campbell; Founder, The Charles Campbell Gallery, in operation from 1972-2008/representing most of the historically important Bay Area artists and several internationally known figures. Matt Gonzalez; Art collector/Chief Attorney of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office.

2pm: Decoration, Investment, Passion? Why Collect Art? Ruth Braunstein; Founder, Braunstein/Quay Gallery. Richard Niles; Private collector with a focus on work by women artists.

4pm: Collecting Fine Art Photography: What You Really Need to Know Moderator: Darcy Padilla; SFAI faculty member in the photo department. Scott Nichols; Owner of Scott Nichols Gallery. Barry Singer; Owner of Barry Singer Gallery.

Saturday, May 21 12pm: Managing Your Art Scott Atthowe; Owner, Atthowe Fine Art Services. Tamara Freedman; Owner, Spot Design framing in San Francisco. Jason Linetzky; Collection Manager, The Anderson Collection. Gwen Hill; Collection Manager, Peter Norton Collection, LA. Karen Zukor; Founder, Zukor Art Conservation, repair and preservation of works of art on paper.

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2 pm: Critical Perspectives: 4 West Coast Critics Discuss Their Approach Moderator: David M. Roth Editor and publisher of Squarecylinder/ former contributing editor to Artweek/contributing writer at Art Ltd./ veteran journalist and author of numerous catalog essays. George Melrod; Editor Art Ltd. Sidra Stich; Ph.D. in art history from UC Berkeley/university professor/ chief curator at the Berkeley Art Museum/distinguished scholar at the Smithsonian Institution. Mark Van Proyen; Chair of the Painting Department of the San Francisco Art Institute/contributing editor at Art Ltd. Maria Porges; Artist and writer/Assistant Professor at CCA and Interim Chair of the Visual and Critical Studies Department.

4pm: The Book as a Medium for Art Moderator: Donna Seager; Owner of Donna Seager Gallery. Charles Hobson; Faculty of the San Francisco Art Institute since 1990/ owned and operated Pacific Editions, publishing limited edition fine art books. Mary Austin; Cofounder of the San Francisco Center for the Book.

Sunday, May 22 12pm: The State of Arts Education in San Francisco Moderator; Steve Winn; Dean of San Francisco’s cultural reporters and longtime writer with the SF Chronicle. Dr. Elisa Stephens; Academy of Arts Director. Jeannene Przyblyski, Ph.D; SFAI Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs. Stephen Beal; California College of Arts president.

1pm: Tips & Strategies for Effective Art Acquisitions Ann Lydecker; Director of Worldwide Sales for Cirkers-Hayes Fine Art Storage and Logistics, New York.

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Featuring a wide range of museum-quality work presented throughout the fair

View and acquire significant works of notable emerging contemporary Asian artists, presented throughout the fair. SFFineArtFair 2011 | 7


Performance & Installations West Coast Premiere Screening Film: ‘Full Circle: Before They Were Famous’: KIWI Arts Group Located in Theater Fri., May 20 at 6 pm Sat., May 21 at 5 pm Sun., May 22 at 3 pm

Chronicling (the journey of) American fine art photographer William John Kennedy’s Early Pop Artists Collection, this short film features rare interviews with Robert Indiana, Warhol Superstar Ultra Violet, and poet/performer Taylor Mead. View the trailer at: http://youtube/FVBkUScxVEo

Collector’s Lounge: Paperlight Fortress A new site-specific installation by San Francisco artist Paul Hayes, entitled Paperlight Fortress, will define the space of our collector’s lounge. Furniture California College of Arts Furniture Program graduate students Chris Loomis, Albert Hsu, Liz Dunning, Carly Borman, and Greg Johnson have donated one-of-a-kind pieces for our Collector’s Lounge. Propeller, an independent modern home furnishings store in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley, has graciously donated furniture for our Platinum Lounge.

Performance: Brett Amory: Live Painting Performance Located in booth #60 Performance times: Thurs., May 19, 6pm-9pm Fri., May 20, 2pm-6pm Sat., May 21, 2pm-6pm Sun., May 22, 1pm-4pm

Sandra Lee Gallery presents a live painting performance (daily) by artist Brett Amory from current series, Waiting, which consists of oversized figure paintings that capture the moments that linger between actions. Happy Is Forever: Live Performance (in collaboration with Performance Art Institute) Located in booth #30 Sat., May 21, 11am-5pm Sun., May 22, 11am-5pm

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Performance & Installations Installations: The Maypole Our gateway to the fair will be magically transformed into a dramatic entry space, sculpture garden and lounge area. It’s created and built by the brilliant architectural landscape firm, bionic. The Seduction of Duchamp - Located in AA & BB Project Coordinator Hanna Regev’s installation pays tribute to the artist’s iconic stature and investigates the influence he continues to have on the Bay Area artistic community. Participating artists: Ray Beldner, Richard Berger, David Broom, Reuven Itelman, Theodora Varnay Jones, Naomie Kremer, David Middlebrook, Tessie Barrera Scharaga, Sandra Ortiz Taylor, Jan Wurm. Deconstructed Kimono Located in Sculpture & Installation Area A premonition of the Japanese devastation that was yet to come, third generation Japanese American Judy Shintani created this work before the earthquake, as an homage to her ancestors and the loss of her cultural connection. Proceeds from the SFFAF will be donated to the American Red Cross Japan Relief Fund. Curated by Hanna Regev. Street Art Installation (in collaboration with Upper Playground) San Francisco artist Augustus Thompson will install a 40’ mural in our lobby entrance. Cream from the Top Located in Sculpture & Installation Area & booth #30 Project Coordinator Kathryn Weller Renfrow’s CREAM from the Top is an annual exhibition featuring video, sculpture, and installation that draws from the thriving communities of the Bay Area MFA programs. Featured artists: Brynda Glazier, Luke Damiani, Wafaa Yasin, Hilary Wiedemann, and Dana Hemenway, Kirkman Amyx Daniel Stern Sculpture Installation Located in Sculpture & Installation Area Courtesy of Donna Seager Gallery: Pour and Angle of Repose. “In this new medium I am still trying to create characters and capture a scene. These sculptures are a frame of film. They take place at a singular moment in time, a moment of suspended chaos, a moment between where the character is coming from and where they will be in the next frame.” In addition to being an accomplished sculptor, Mr. Stern is a popular film and television actor. SFFineArtFair 2011 | 9


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Special Events 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award to Richard L. Greene Born and raised in Los Angeles, Richard L. Greene (known as Dick) moved to Berkeley in 1956 and has continued to live in the Bay Area. He and his wife Lorrie have lived in Tiburon for more than 40 years. A prominent tax attorney, he founded Greene Radovsky Maloney Share & Hennigh in 1984, representing high net worth individuals, closely held businesses, artists and art galleries. Beginning in the early 90s, he began doing pro bono legal work for SFMOMA, becoming a Trustee and Executive Committee member in 1996. He has served as Secretary-Treasurer, President for 10 years, and now is a Vice-Chair of the Board. Throughout his work for SFMOMA, he has advised museum directors Jack Lane, David Ross and Neal Benezra, and chairs Elaine McKeon, Steve Oliver and Chuck Schwab on numerous matters. He has also advised many artists including Bruce Beasley, Fletcher Benton, Robert Brady, Christopher Brown, Squeak Carnwath, Charles Ginnever, Robert Hudson, David Ireland, Hung Liu, Keiko Nelson, Roland Petersen, Sandra Shannonhouse (the widow of Robert Arneson), and Peter Voulkos. He has represented the Paule Anglim, John Berggruen, Jeffrey Fraenkel, and Todd Hosfelt galleries. Dick has served on many nonprofit boards including the Koret Foundation (as Director for more than 30 years), Berkeley Foundation (as Trustee), Advisory Board to the University of California Athletic Director, and Friends of the Fromm Institute. Working with the arts community on legal and other issues has been a significant portion of Dick’s practice for the past 15 years providing him with great professional and personal fulfillment. ArtCare is a partnership between the San Francisco Arts Commission and the San Francisco Art Dealers Association and is fully committed to the conservation of the city’s most valuable cultural assets. To make a tax-deductible contribution to support this important effort, please go to www.sfartscommission.org/artcare 12


Bonner David Galleries 7040 East Main Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Tel 480-941-8500 Fax 480-941-8511 www.bonnerdavid.com art@bonnerdavid.com

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Christi Bonner Manuelito; Clark David Olson With more than 25 years of experience in the art business, gallery owners Christi Bonner Manuelito and Clark David Olson have created a dual gallery space, now one of the largest in Scottsdale. With a knack for finding the best of representational art, combined with their keen eye for contemporary art, they showcase the work of over 30 talented artists from around the globe, many whom they have personally collected for years. Artists Represented John Schieffer, Max Hammond, Quim Bove & Michael Carson

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A. Jain Marunoochi Gallery 24 West 57 St., NY Gallery Building, New York, NY 10019 Tel 212-969-9660 Fax 212-969-9715 www.artin2000.com Jainmar@aol.com Ashok Jain, Owner JMG specializes in contemporary emerging and established artists for all collectors, designers and art lovers. We also supply works to many hotels. Artists Represented Dick Anthony, Claus Eben, Carol Kingston, Marina Reiter, Elling Reitan, Sidharth, Peter Kephart, Cynthia Padgett, Seema Kohli, Nicol Rodriguez, Fernando Pomalaza

Sidharth, Devi moon night, Silver leaf and vegetable dye on canvas, 50 x 60 inches Â

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Dick Anthony, Just So Series Series D/1, Acrylic, aluminum, brass and molding paste on canvas, 48 x 96 inches,  

Carol Kingston, Mapping VIII, Enamel mixed media on canvas, 46 x 42 inches  

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ABRA Gallery 30941 Agoura Road #310, Westlake Village, CA 91361 Tel 818-889-2272 Fax 818-889-2018 www.abragallery.com info@abragallery.com Kaveh Abrishami, Tyler Wood, Carole Holterhoff, Cynthia Ickes Established in January of 2002, ABRA Gallery offers an eclectic collection of art in a variety of mediums including original acrylic paintings and sculptures. Whatever your interest, we have an extensive collection of art that will suit your taste. A full schedule of special exhibits, art openings and celebrations are planned. ABRA Gallery hosts several exhibitions a year and maintains a deep commitment to enhancing our artists’ careers and building a legacy for them. We collaborate with museum curators, produce catalogues, participate annually in art fairs, establish relationships with the press and continue collector education and development. Our goal is to create an environment that allows admirers of fine art to become collectors. ABRA Gallery’s broad aesthetic program ranges from figurative to abstraction. The collective theme throughout the gallery is attributed to the warm and rich palettes of our diverse roster of artists. It is our belief that art has the ability to be passed down from one generation to the next and to always be a significant part of our lives. Allow us to facilitate finding that everlasting treasure. Artists Represented Hessam Abrishami, Raoof Haghighi, Gulten Imamoglu, Goli Mahallati, Krista Nassi, Sam Nejati, Parviz Payghamy, Kambiz Sharif, Farzad Kohen, Farbod Sadjadi

Hessam Abrishami, Sketch #E65, Charcoal on Board, 8 x 12 inches

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Hessam Abrishami, Serene Dialogue, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 inches

Goli Mahallati, Forever Red, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches

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Adamar Fine Arts 4141 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 107, Miami, FL 33137 Tel 305-576-1355 Fax 305-576-1922 www.adamargallery.com adamargal@aol.com Tamar Erdberg, Owner/Director; Adam Erdberg, Owner A contemporary fine art gallery representing painting, sculpture in metals and glass, works on paper, and installations by internationally recognized and emerging artists. Artists Represented Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, Julian Opie, Alex Katz, Robert Rauschenberg, Marlene Rose, Brad Howe, Tolla Inbar, Jim Dine,Rene Rietmeyer

Andy Warhol, Flowers II.65, 1970, Screenprint, 36 x 36 inches

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Brad Howe, Pelican, Stainless steel and polyurethane, 2011, 76 x 35 x 24 inches

Tom Wesselmann, Hedy Sleeping, Painted steel, 1962/1990, 5-1/2 x 14 inches

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Arcadia Gallery 51 Greene Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10013 Tel 212-965-1387 Fax 212-965-8638 www.arcadiafinearts.com arcadiafa@aol.com Steven Diamant, Owner Arcadia Gallery represents contemporary, realist painters from around the world. Artists Represented Daniel Adel, Matthew Cornell, Ron Hicks, Michael Klein, Brad Reuben Kunkle, Robert Liberace, Malcolm T. Liepke, Jeremy Lipking, Daniel Sprick, Aron Wiesenfeld

Ron Hicks, Intimate Encounter, 2011, Oil on linen, 50 x 40 inches

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Francis Livingston, The Sentry, 2011, Oil on panel, 60 x 36 inches

Daniel Sprick, Sea Bird, 2011, Oil on Panel, 36 x 24 inches

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Barry Singer Gallery 7 Western Avenue, Petaluma, CA 94952 Tel 707-781-3200 Fax 707-781-3030 www.singergallery.com gretchen@singergallery.com Barry Singer, Gretchen Singer Masterworks of fine art photographs from contemporary to vintage. Artists Represented Ansel Adams, Chuck Close, Wouter Deruytter, Robert Frank, William Garnett, Irving Penn, W. Eugene Smith, Paulette Tavormina, Joel-Peter Witkin, Elyn Zimmerman

Paulette Tavormina, Figs, After GF, 2009

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Elyn Zimmerman, Untitled II, Zihua, 2004

Wouter Deruytter, Fifth Avenue and 56th Street (Abercrombie # 2), 2005

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Birnam Wood Galleries 48 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937 Tel 631-324-6010 Fax 631-324-6017 www.birnamwoodart.com info@birnamwoodart.com Patrick Dawson, Anne Hargrave Birnam Wood Galleries specializes in modern masters of American painting of the 20th Century, both pre- and post-war. The gallery also represents a select group of contemporary artists. Artists Represented Milton Avery, Jules Olitski, Elaine De Kooning, Melville Price, Wolf Kahn, Susan Grossman, Alexis Portilla, Harold Shapinsky, Sam Francis

Milton Avery (1885-1965), Green Sea, Pink Rocks,1948, Signed lower left, Mixed media on paper, 11-3/4 x 30-1/2 inches 

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Wolf Kahn (b. 1927), Maine Glow (Orange), 1990. Oil on canvas, 32 x 52 inches      

Elaine de Kooning (1918-1989), c.1960, Abstraction #3, Oil on canvas, 78 x 93 inches

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Chandra Cerrito Contemporary 480 23rd Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Gallery Tel 510-260-7494 Director Tel 415-577-7537 www.chandracerritocontemporary.com chandra@chandracerrito.com Chandra Cerrito, Director; Ben Cooper, Assistant Director; Ginny Robinson, Gallery Manager; Dasha Matsuura, Gallery Assistant Chandra Cerrito Contemporary is located in the heart of the gallery district of downtown Oakland. Established in 2007 as a curatorial project space, the gallery promotes exceptional regional and national artists through solo and group exhibitions organized by the gallery director and guest curators. Exhibitions feature a diversity of traditional and contemporary media. By spotlighting noteworthy, innovative artists, Chandra Cerrito Contemporary offers the opportunity of discovery to collectors, curators and other art enthusiasts. The gallery’s founder and director, Chandra Cerrito, has been a fine art advisor for over 15 years and continues to offer extensive art consulting services. Artists Represented Lynne-Rachel Altman, Mari Andrews, Brian Caraway, Jerry Carniglia, Stephen Galloway, Sheila Ghidini, Young Kim, Keira Kotler, Lawrence LaBianca, Thérèse Lahaie, Danielle Mysliwiec, David Allan Peters, Sabine Reckewell, Dianne Romaine, Jenn Shifflet, Kana Tanaka, Claudia Tennyson, Esther Traugot, Stephen Whisler, Holly Williams

Esther Traugot, Back Yard, Thread, wood, sticks, 6-3/4 x 13 x 5 inches

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David Allan Peters, Untitled #7 2010 (detail), Acrylic on panel, 10 x 8 inches

Keira Kotler, October 1 to November 20, 2010 [I Look for Light], Urethane and varnish on acrylic, 24 x 24 inches

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Cain Schulte Contemporary Art

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251 Post Street, Suite 210, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-543-1550 www.cainschulte.com info@cainschulte.com Marina Cain Co-owner/Art Director Andre Rozanoff Co-owner/Director

Cain Schulte Contemporary Art aims for excellence both in vision and execution through a full schedule of exhibitions and events. Since its opening in 2006, Cain Schulte Gallery is proud to be an influential presence and an important exhibition venue in the San Francisco art scene, and consistently participates in national and international art fairs. The gallery represents contemporary artists from the United States and Europe with a focus in painting. The gallery has a continuous exhibition program that usually features one or two solo shows every four to six weeks. Cain Schulte Gallery seeks to champion emerging and mid-career contemporary artists working in a range of media who bring fresh interpretative visions to their own genres and work within the context of the most contemporary art trends. Artists Represented David Buckingham, Linda Karshan, Indira Martina, Morre Diane Jacobs, Will Marino, Eva and Franco Mattes, Justin Quinn, Owen Schuh, Jessica Drenk, Shawn Smith

Mark Fox, The Carp, 2010, Oil, ink, watercolor, marker on paper Linen tape, Metal pins, Wire, 32 x 20 x 10 inches

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Ferrin Gallery 437 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 Tel 413-442-1622 Fax 413-634-8833 www.FerrinGallery.com info@FerrinGallery.com

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Leslie Ferrin, Co-owner Director; Donald Clark, Co-owner; Jeffrey Spahn, Associate Ferrin Gallery, established 1979, is nationally known as a contemporary gallery specializing in figural sculpture and studio ceramics. The gallery works closely with private collectors, institutions and the media as a source for works by both established and emerging artists. Located in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, it is equidistant from New York City and Boston. Artists Represented Featuring: Sergei Isupov, sculpture, works on paper; Michael Eastman, photography; Karen Karnes, ceramics; Also representing: Chris Antemann, Christa Assad, Karen Karnes, Jason Walker

Sergei Isuopv, Humanimals, 2011, Porcelain Left to right; Recipient, 14 x 8 x 6-1/2 inches; Future, 15-1/2 x 6 x 8 inches; Traveler, 14-1/2 x 7 x 5-1/2 inches

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David Richard Contemporary 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite D, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-983-9555 Fax 505-983-1284 www.DavidRichardContemporary.com info@DavidRichardContemporary.com David Eichholtz, Director; Richard Barger, Director David Richard Contemporary offers a wide range of important contemporary abstract art by established and emerging American and international artists in a variety of media. The gallery also presents collaborative curatorial programs highlighting significant works and art historical tendencies in the 1960s through the 1980s. Artists Represented Baldwin and Guggisberg, Michael Cook, Jay Davis, Beverly Fishman, Charles Hinman, Matsumi Kanemitsu, Roland Reiss, Julian Stanczak, Charles Strong, Jack Zajac

Julian Stanczak, Tactile See-Through, 1974, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 inches

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Matthew Penkala, Frequency Wires, 2011, Acrylic on canvas stretched panel 48 x 48 inches

Ward Jackson, Virginia River Series - Chincoteague, 1970, Acrylic on linen, 36 x 36 inches

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Denis Bloch Fine Art 9626 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel 310-270-4880 www.denisbloch.com info@denisbloch.com Denis Bloch, Owner; Vanessa Villegas, Gallery Director Denis Bloch Fine Art offers an exceptional collection of the finest quality 20th Century and Contemporary original prints, drawings, vintage posters and ceramics to fine art collectors worldwide. Artists Represented Francis Bacon, Georges Braque, Bernard Buffet, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Christo, Jean Cocteau, Sonia Delaunay, Jim Dine, Jean Dubuffet, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Keith Haring, Damien Hirst, David Hockney, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Wassily Kandinsky, Ellsworth Kelly, Wifredo Lam, Le Corbusier, Fernand Leger, Tamara de Lempicka, Roy Lichtenstein, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Henri Matisse, Roberto Matta, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Georges Rouault, Ed Ruscha, Rufino Tamayo, Antoni Tapies, Wayne Thiebaud, Francisco Toledo, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and many more.

Wayne Thiebaud, Hill Street, 1987, Color Woodcut, 94 x 61 centimeters

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David Hockney, Hotel Well III, 1984-85, Color Lithograph, 123.2 x 97.8 centimeters

Marc Chagall, Bonjour Paris, 1972, Color Lithograph, 91 x 59 centimeters

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Donna Seager Gallery 851 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 Tel 415-454-4229 www.donnaseagergallery.com art@donnaseagergallery.com Donna Seager, Owner; Suzanne McSweeney, Director; Paul Liberatore, Assistant Director; Jylian Gustlin, Consultant; Emily Seager, Consultant The Donna Seager Gallery is the premier fine art gallery in Marin, California specializing in paintings, sculpture and artist books. The gallery represents more than 50 mid-career and established artists. On an international level, Donna Seager Gallery is known for supporting the book arts and educating artists and collectors about work in that medium. Artists Represented Leslie Allen, Kay Bradner, Joe Brubaker, Michael Cutlip, Charles Eckart, Jylian Gustlin, Timothy Horn, Devorah Jacoby, Lisa Kokin, Claudia Marseille, Waldemar Mitrowski, Emily Payne, Helen Stanley, Inez Storer, Ann Weber

Inez Storer, Las Madres, Mixed media on canvas, 72 x 48 inches

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Jylian Gustlin, Rara Avis 26, Mixed media on panel, 60 x 36 inches

Devorah Jacoby, Boa, Oil on canvas, 64 x 59 inches

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Eckert Fine Art 34 Main Street, Millerton, NY 12546 Tel 518-592-1330 www.eckertfineart.com info@eckertfineart.com Jane Eckert, Eric Forstmann, Rhonda Cook, Tyler Forstmann Located in the quaint village of Millerton, NY, Eckert Fine Art specializes in 19th – 21st century modern, contemporary and Impressionist art. Jane Eckert has lectured on art and has published books including The Hoosier Group, 5 American Painters by Judith Newton and Dr. William H. Gerdts. She has also curated shows for The Evansville Museum of Art, The Butler Institute of American Art and The Naples Philharmonic Museum of Art. She has served as Secretary of the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) and is currently Chair of the Director’s Advisory Committee at Mass MoCA. She is also on the Advisory Committee of the Northwest Connecticut Arts Council. Artists Represented Robert Rauschenberg, Eric Forstmann, Alexander Calder, Andrew Wyeth, Andy Warhol, Sam Francis, Ernst Haas

Eric Forstmann, b. 1962, American‚ Mechanic Street, 9:30 a.m., 2011‚ Oil on Board‚ 21-1/2 x 30 inches

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Alexander Calder, 1898-1976, American‚ Environment and Evolution‚ 101/125, ca. 1973‚ Color Lithograph‚ 26-1/2 x 38-1/2 inches

Michael Kalish, b. 1973, American‚ Rose on Blue, 2010‚ Vintage tailgates‚ 48 x 48 inches

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eo art lab 69 Main Street, Chester, CT 06412 Tel 860-526-4833 Fax 860-526-4834 www.eoartlab.com chester@eoartlab.com John R. Schroeder, Owner; Sherrie L. Coleman, Executive Director; Clare Stone, Sales Director; Fay Smolen, Sales Associate eo – beginning, source, inception. eo art lab seeks to explore the vast realm between art and science through highly original works of profound reach. The ever-changing collections represent both emerging and established artists from across the globe. The works are often layered with dualities (simplicity and complexity, boldness and subtlety, micro and macro, purpose and chance). Experimentation with tools, materials, and processes; intuitive and flexible methodologies; and fortuitous occurrences are the shared originators of form and structure. Deep passion, keen intellect, and rare talent are responsible for the infinite, timeless quality of the work. Artists Represented Charlie Goodwin, Elizabeth Gourlay, Janet Lage, Jaehyo Lee, Pamela Marks, Dana Oldfather, Kelly Jean Ohl, Meg Brown Payson, Marc Petrovic, Carol Prusa, and many others.

Jaehyo Lee, 0121-1110=109093, 2009, Chestnut, 47.2 x 47.2 x 13.8 inches

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Jaehyo Lee, 0121-1110=111012, 2011, Stainless steel bolts, nails, & wood, 55.1 x 17.3 x 3.9 inches

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Erickson Fine Art Gallery, Inc. 324 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, CA 95448 Tel 707-431-7073 Fax 707-431-7074 www.ericksonfineartgallery.com sandy@ericksonfineartgallery.com Sandy Erickson; Danielle Elins Contemporary paintings, sculpture and mixed media works by Northern California artists. Artists Represented Joe Draegert, Finley Fryer, Susan Hall, Jerome Kirk, Tom Monaghan, Jeanne Mullen, Bob Nugent, Carlos Perez, Carol Setterlund, Paul Van Lith

Jerome Kirk, Seascape, Aluminum and stainless steel, 45 x 36 x 11 inches

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Joe Draegert, Tibertina, Oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches

Finley Fryer, Mookie, Steel, concrete, river rock, 32 x 12 x 48 inches

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FIFTY24SF Gallery 218 Fillmore St., San Francisco, CA 94117 Tel 415-861-1960 FIFTY24SF.com Gallery@FIFTY24SF.com

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Amanda Krampf, Gallery Director FIFTY24SF Gallery was established in San Francisco in 2001 as the exhibition space in association with Upper Playground. Since its inception, the gallery has showcased and dedicated its space to present leading contemporary art talent in the world today. The gallery now has satellite spaces in Mexico City, Portland, Seattle, and London.

Augustus Thompson, Untitled, Watercolor, ink, blue pigment and pencil on watercolor paper

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Gallery Oms 12 Sylvan Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 Tel 201-424-4354 www.galleryoms.com galleryoms@gmail.com

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Sei Ryun Chun, Director; Lena Lee, Assistant; Susan Park, Art Dealer; Yubin Choi, Intern Established in 2006, Gallery Oms is dedicated to the promotion of original artwork and artists throughout the Tri-State area. The Gallery mainly works for internationally emerging or well-known artists in the Korean-American community, but is open to all ethnic groups of artists residing in the US as it supports not only new artwork, but also cultural exchange. Growing at a fast pace, the gallery has recently launched an online art gallery that links diverse peoples to the world of art. The Gallery also offers the client a tremendous opportunity to acquire some of the most magnificent artwork in a manner that is affordable. Artists Represented Sung Yung Lee,Yeo Sung Kim, Sang Mi Lee, Sei Ryun Chun

SangMi Lee, My Personal Landscape, 2009, Photograph, 12 x 14 inches

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Gallery Sam

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1456 Fourth Street, Berkeley, CA 94710 Tel 510-531-9575 Fax 510-531-0775 www.artnet.com/gallery/423916982/gallery-sam.html gallerysam@pacbell.net Evan Morganstein, Director; Alan Derwin

Art elevates the human spirit in a way that nothing else does. It changes people’s lives, one experience at a time. Not really a product, it’s an emotional experience. Gallery Sam offers quality examples by important American, European, Asian and indigenous artists from the mid-20th century to the present, and our diverse inventory includes more than eight hundred paintings and sculptures. We showcase many legendary figures of the art world as well as more contemporary artists whose beautiful and emotionally expressive works bring joy and meaning into the lives of discerning collectors worldwide. Although most of the paintings we deal in are by well-known artists, we also seek out artists who are overlooked, undervalued and haven’t achieved the celebrity status of some of their contemporaries but who nevertheless have painted superior works. The gallery has placed works of art in major public, private, and corporate collections. Our extensive knowledge of the art world spans a wide range of artists and media, allowing us to offer art advisory and curatorial services to all levels of private and corporate collections.

 

Polly Ngale, Bush Plum Dreaming, Acrylic on canvas, 150 x 88 centimeters

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George Billis Gallery 521 W. 26 Street, B1, New York, NY 10001 2716 La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034 Tel 212-645-2621 www.georgebillis.com gallery@georgebillis.com

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George Billis, Tressa Williams, Brooks Salzwedel The George Billis Gallery exhibits work from emerging to mid-career artists, primarily focusing on painting and works on paper and photography. The gallery was founded in 1996 in the Chelsea Art District in New York City, and in 2004 the Los Angeles gallery opened in the now famous Culver City Art District. Artists Represented Carol Inez Charney, Sarah Coleman, TR Colletta, Stanley Goldstein, Tom Gregg, Russ Havard, Mary Ijichi, Ke Sook Lee, Adam Normandin, Daniel Phill, Enrique Santana, Terry Thompson

Daniel Phill, Benten, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

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George Krevsky Gallery 77 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-397-9748 www.georgekrevskygallery.com

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George Krevsky, Director; Lori Sottile, Assistant Director; Ryan Verzaal, Registar; Sales Associates, Margan Mulvihill, Rob Cox, Toby Tover Krein George Krevsky Gallery specializes in 20th century American art in the figurative tradition, emphasizing the Ashcan, Regionalist, Modernist, and Social Realist schools. Committed to showcasing art that documents cultural history, the guiding philosophy is to make significant fine art accessible to all levels of collecting. George Krevsky has been in the art business in San Francisco since 1978. After serving as a gallery director and private dealer in the Bay Area for fourteen years, he opened the gallery’s current location in the Union Square district of downtown San Francisco in December 1992. Mr. Krevsky had been a board member of the San Francisco Art Dealer’s Association from 1996 to 2009. Artists Represented Isabel Bishop, Jeffery Browning, Arthur Dove, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Ruth Gikow, Ken Kalman, Jack Levine, Richard Lindner, Arthur K. Miller, Nathan Oliveira, Mary Robertson, Ben Shahn, Mark Stock

Ben Shahn, Portrait of an Industrialist, c. 1944-45, Gouache on heavy paperboard, 25-3/4 x 19-3/4 inches

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GF Contemporary 707 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-983-3707 Fax 505-986-1158 www.gfcontemporary.com art@gfcontemporary.com

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Deborah Fritz, Owner; Sabine Hirsch, Assistant Director GF Contemporary works with both emerging talents and accomplished artists to offer collectors works that enrich their art collections. Artists Represented Ali Cavanaugh, Nigel Conway, Michael Hudock, David Van Ness, Roland Ostheim, Eric Reinemann, Rachel Rivera, Martin Spei, Jennyfer Stratman

Nigel Conway, We’ve Got Some Nerve, Mixed media on panel, 48 × 48 inches

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Gerald Peters Gallery 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075 Tel 212-628-9760 Fax 212-628-9635 1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-954-5700 Fax 505-954-5754 www.gpgallery.com info@gpgallery.com Gerald Peters, owner; Peter J. Marcelle, staff In 1972, Gerald Peters founded the Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Gerald Peters has long been recognized as one of the world’s most respected dealers of 19th and 20th century American art with special interests that include classic Western art, paintings of the Taos Society of Artists and the Santa Fe Art Colony, American modernists, American and European Impressionists, the Ash Can School, the New York School, contemporary art, traditional and modern sculpture, naturalism, and vintage and contemporary photography. The Gerald Peters Gallery also represents the estates of Frank Applegate, Jozef Bakos, Cyrus Baldridge, Andrew Dasburg, Marjorie Eaton, Joseph Fleck, E. Martin Hennings, Albert Krehbiel, William Nash, and Albert Schmidt. Located in Santa Fe’s historic district, in 1992 Gerald Peters expanded to include a small gallery in a townhouse in New York. Artists Represented Victoria Carlson, Kryn Olson, Edward Holland, Paul Pascarella, Marc Sijan, Dan Rizzie, Doris Downes, William and Marguerite Zorach, Gaston Lachaise

David Gamble, Andy Warhol’s Medicine Cabinet, New York House 1987, 2011, Digital Print on Canvas, 41 x 34 inches

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Doris Downes (American, b.1959), On the Precipice, 2009, Oil on primed Belgian linen, 40 x 25-1/2 inches

Marc Sijan, Kneeling, 2010, Polyester resin and oil paint, Lifesize

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Hexton Gallery 3176 MacArthur Blvd., Northbrook, IL 60062 Tel 847-564-2000 Fax 847-564-1313 info@hextongallery.com www.hextongallery.com

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Madeline Kisting, Director Hexton Gallery, Chicago was originally established in New York City in 1993. Hexton Gallery’s focus is 19th and 20th century master prints, as well as 20th century figurative sculpture, including the Estate of Frederick Hart. American master sculptor Frederick Hart is recognized for creating work—at once traditional in its adherence to the human figure, radical in its sensuality, and innovative in its materials —which has brought about a resurgence of interest in the human figure and the idea of beauty in contemporary American art. Hart gained international stature for his Creation Sculptures on the west façade of Washington National Cathedral. Tom Wolfe, author, called the work “The most important American religious commission of the twentieth century.” One of the most visited monuments in Washington D.C. is Hart’s heroic bronze statue, Three Soldiers (Vietnam Veterans Memorial). Curator James Mann says, “The formal counterpoint of Hart’s Three Soldiers to Maya Lin’s wall represents a decisive turning point, a stark showdown at an artistic High Noon that will eventually be understood as a landmark event in the art history of the past century.” In 2004, Hart joined De Kooning, Frankenthaler, Rauschenberg and others as a National Medal of Arts recipient, the highest award given to artists and art patrons by the US Government. Dana Gioia, former Chairman of the National Endowment of the Arts, said of Hart, “If you think about what Hart achieved in his best work, it’s not merely the artistic excellence that one admires; it is the singularity and courage of what he did. “ Artists Represented 19th and 20th century master prints, Estate of Frederick Hart, Sculptor

Frederick Hart and Ex Nihilo, clay, 1978, commissioned as part of The Creation Sculptures at Washington National Cathedral.

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K. Imperial Fine Art 49 Geary Street, #440 San Francisco, CA 94301 Tel 415-277-7230 Fax 415-277-7240 kimperialfineart.com kimperialfineart@me.com

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Karen Imperial,Owner/Director; Jeanne Vadeboncoeur, Staff K. Imperial Fine Art is a full service gallery. We offer contemporary art from all over the country. We represent accomplished, mid-career, and emerging artists. The work ranges in media to include painting, works on paper, sculpture, photography and installation work. A diversity of styles are offered: representational, abstract, minimal, and figurative among others. Director Karen Imperial has a discerning eye and shows a carefully curated selection of artists. We aim to offer quality work for all levels, from the first time buyer to the experienced collector. Consultation services play a big role in our business, helping clients build their collections and find just the right pieces to meet their needs. We are passionate about the work we do, and make sure our clients are satisfied with their acquisitions and the whole art collecting experience. Artists Represented Michael Azgour, Bill Barrett, Edythe Bresnahan, Michael Buscemi, Michael Cutlip, Ian Kimmerly, Brooke Temple, Jeanne Vadeboncoeur, Margaret Wherry, Akiko Yamada

Ian Kimmerly, Editing, 2008, Oil on canvas, 64 Ă— 52 inches

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Gilman Contemporary PO Box 3005, 661 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum, ID 83340 Tel 208-726-7585 Fax 208-726-7586 www.gilmancontemporary.com lanne@gilmancontemporary.com L’Anne Gilman, Owner; Casey Hanrahan, Director; Raine Kidder Simpson, Assistant Director; Beth Stuart, Consultant Gilman Contemporary represents emerging to mid-career artists from the US and abroad whose work presents an innovative vision of traditional art forms. This vision is created either through use of material or content. Exhibiting photography, painting and sculpture, the gallery continues to fulfill its mission to expand the audience for contemporary art. Artists Represented Nick Brandt, David Burdeny, Marco Casentini, Ashley Collins, Brad Howe, Jane Maxwell, Luis Garcia Nerey, Jared Rue, Anke Schofield, Mike Stilkey

Ashley Collins, Prince, Mixed media, resin on panel, 60 x 84 inches

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Jane Maxwell, Two Walking Girls Red, Mixed media and resin on panel, 36 x 36 inches

David Burdeny, Campo S Barnaba, Venice Italy, 2010, Chromogenic Print, 44 x 44 inches

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Hamamjian Modern 152 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 Tel 415-290-5220 Fax 415-431-4343 www.hamamjianmodern.com seb@hamamjianmodern.com Seb Hamamjian - Owner/Director Linda Deppmeier - Gallery Associate Lacey Haslam - Gallery Associate Hamamjian Modern is committed to art+design representing artists and designers from the Bay Area and beyond at private settings in San Francisco and Santa Cruz. The gallery approach to art is contemporary and considerate to the environment in which it’s presented. Multiple exhibitions are mounted each year in concert with significant art fairs. Artists Represented Garry Knox Bennett, Christopher Benson, Sidnea D’Amico, Jylian Gustlin, Kathryn Kain, JP Long, Kara Maria, Gustavo Ramos Rivera, Harry Siter, Gordon Smedt, Stan Welsh

Gordon Smedt, Empty Bags, 2011, Oil on canvas 48 x 74 inches

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Harry Siter, Hana, 2011, Wood, bronze 132 x 72 x 72 inches

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HANG ART 567 Sutter Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel 415-434-4264 Fax 415-434-2603 hangart.com info@hangart.com Piero Spadaro - Director, Erica Schulz, Andrew L. Rogers In 1998, HANG ART opened its doors to introduce emerging artists from the Bay Area to art lovers around the world. The gallery, located in the Union Square neighborhood of San Francisco, has come to represent numerous artists working in a variety of styles. HANG ART sells and rents one of a kind artworks, including paintings, sculpture and works on paper. Our gallery walls are refreshed often, and we are always available to select artworks from our extensive inventory for you to view. The full collection is posted online at hangart.com, where you can visit us anytime. Artists Represented Jenny E. Balisle, Fain Hancock, Katja Leibenath, Addie Shevlin

Fain Hancock, Three Circles, 2011, Oil on panel, 8 x 8 inches

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Addie Shevlin‚ Abstract City, 2011, Oil on canvas‚ 48 x 36 inches

Katja Leibenath, Riverbank #21, 2011, Oil on panel, 14 x 11 inches

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Jennifer Kostuik Gallery 1070 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B2W9 Canada Tel 604-737-3969 www.kostuikgallery.com info@kostuikgallery.com Jennifer Kostuik, Owner; Julie Lepper, Director; Donal Murphy, Assistant Established 1997 in Vancouver, Canada, the gallery represents established and emerging artists from across Canada, the USA and Japan. It brings together artists that explore similar themes and aesthetic approaches creating a relevant cross section of current interests and concerns. Since 2001, we have participated in international art fairs in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto and Miami. Our services include small and large-scale commissions and shipping worldwide. Artists Represented Laura Bell, William Betts, Dianne Bos, David Burdeny, Curtis Cutshaw, Steven Goring, Kumiko Fujinami, Marianne Lovink, Sasha Rogers, Sand T

David Burdeny, Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, 2010, Chromogenic print, Various sizes

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William Betts, Untitled 12:14pm, 2010, Acrylic paint on reverse drilled mirror acrylic, 36 x 24 inches

Marianne Lovink, Aneurysm 2, 2009, Powder-coated Steel, Wall mount, 41 x 27 x 1/8 inches

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JoAnne Artman Gallery 326 N. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Tel 949-510-5481 www.joanneartmangallery.com joanneartman@aol.com JoAnne Artman, Director; Tayler Murphy, Managerial Director; Erin Metzdorf, Art Consultant Located in Laguna Beach on North Gallery row, JoAnne Artman Gallery pursues visually exciting art and artists who inspire and tap into pure imagination. The gallery brings a unique edge to Laguna exhibiting art that is bold and innovative splashed with a touch of the provocative. An exciting mix of eclectic contemporary works including pastels, oils, acrylics, assemblage and sculpture are showcased. The award winning artists represented have shown in museums and private collections both nationally and internationally. JoAnne Artman Gallery displays work that reflects a bold yet timeless appeal in both figurative and abstract expressions. With rich palettes of color image and line, the diversity found within the gallery allows a treasure to be found by one and all. Artists Represented America Martin, Jorge Fernandez, Peregrine Heathcote, James Verbicky, Rimi Yang, Brooke Shaden, Martiros Adalain, Shannon Richardson, James Strombotne, Patrick Maisano

Peregrine Heathcote, At a Time Not Too Far Distant, Oil on canvas. 50 x 38 inches

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America Martin, The Bird Woman, Oil & acrylic on canvas, 52 X 36 inches

James Verbicky, Blindflower 1, Mixed media on Arches paper, 24 x 24 inches framed

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Kips Gallery 511 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-242-4215 Fax 212-242-4215 www.kipsgallery.com kips@kipsgallery.com

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Ken Kim, Su Jung Heo, David Kwon Kips Gallery is located in the heart of the Chelsea art district in New York City. The gallery was founded by owner/director Ken Kim in 2002. Kim was the Executive Director of the Korean Art Show, an art fair held in NYC in March 2010 and 2011. The gallery participates in various international art fairs including KIAF 2010, KIAF2011, Art Chicago 2011, Art Asia, SCOPE, Korean Art Show, AHAF Fair Seoul, AHAF Fair Hong Kong. Kips Gallery is open to a variety of art: figurative, abstract, installations, or conceptual. The gallery is not interested in “categories� as such, but rather in the quality of the work shown which is of paramount importance. The gallery also presents art by artists outside of America especially Europe or Asia. Artists Represented Chul Soon, Lim Jeong, Yoen Rhee, Suna Chang, Haessle Alessio Delfino, Luca Coser

Jeong Yoen Rhee, Genesis II, 2009, Korean lacquer painting, 66 x 96 inches

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KIWI Gallery KIWI Arts Group LLC 48 NW 29 St., Miami, FL 33127 Tel 305-200-3047 Fax 305-200-3507 www.kiwiartsgroup.com info@kiwiartsgroup.com

Michael E. Huter, Publisher/Director; Louis Canales, Creative Director/ Associate; Jeffrey J. Wilkinson, Director of Operations/Associate KIWI Arts Group represents the fine art photography of William John Kennedy. Kennedy’s collection of newly published prints of Robert Indiana and Andy Warhol debuted during Art Basel/Miami Beach 2010 to rave reviews. After nearly half a century in storage, a select number of the nearly forgotten, rare and historic images have been carefully selected and published for the first time. Believed to be the only such images in existence, the photographs were taken in the early 1960s at a time when Kennedy forged a friendship with Indiana and Warhol and captured the artists and their soon-to-be iconic works at a seminal point of their careers and the birth of the Pop Art movement. Works Represented William John Kennedy fine art photography, Robert Indiana, Ultra Violet, and the West Coast premiere of “Full Circle: Before They Were Famous.”

Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate I, 1964; © 2011 William John Kennedy, KIWI Arts Group

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Light Work 316 Waverly Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244 Tel 315-443-1300 Fax 315-443-9516 www.lightwork.org info@lightwork.org

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Jeffrey Hoone, Executive Director; Hannah Frieser, Director; Mary Goodwin, Associate Director Light Work was founded as an artist-run, non-profit organization in 1973. Its mission is to provide direct support through residencies, publications, exhibitions, a community-access digital lab facility, and other related projects to emerging and under-represented artists working in the media of photography and digital imaging. Some of photography’s most important artists have passed through our doors early in their careers, including Andres Serrano, Carrie Mae Weems, James Casebere, Cindy Sherman, and Dawoud Bey among hundreds of others. More recently we have welcomed Zoe Strauss, Brian Ulrich, Deana Lawson, and Hank Willis Thomas as Artists-in-Residence.

Untitled (Woman and Daughter with Make-up) from the Kitchen Table Series, 1990/2010, Silver gelatin print, 10 x 10 inches, Signed and numbered edition of 100

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Lisa Harris Gallery 1922 Pike Place, Seattle, WA 98101 Tel 206-443-3315 Fax 206-728-6294 www.lisaharrisgallery.com staff@lisaharrisgallery.com

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Lisa Harris, Amanda Dellinger Lisa Harris Gallery is a leading contemporary gallery based in Seattle with a focus on established and emerging works by Pacific Northwest and West Coast artists. The gallery handles paintings, prints, photography, the sculpture of Ann Morris and Jerry Wingren, and the Estate of John Cole. Founded in 1984, the gallery mounts monthly exhibitions in its loft overlooking Elliott Bay and the historic Pike Place Market. Artists Represented Joel Brock, Peter de Lory, Victoria Johnson, Ed Kamuda, Sherry Karver, Karen Kosoglad, John McCormick, Richard Morhous, Royal Nebeker, Gary Nisbet, Lois Silver, Thomas Wood

Sherry Karver, In Search of Ourselves, 2010, photography, text, oil and resin on panel, 32 x 32 inches

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Lurie Gallery 2801 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 Tel 818-919-6974 www.luriegallery.com C.Lurie@mac.com

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The Lurie Galleries represent an array of international contemporary artists whose works include paintings, works on paper, sculpture and photography. We invite the art enthusiast and collector alike to explore and stimulate their emotions and intellectual resources. The work is bold, raw, innovative and stylish. Artists Represented Robert Firestone, Michael Gorman, James Georgopolous, Jay Kelly, Margit Fureder, Paul Gibson, Jim Rennert, Jane Burton, Leon Leigh

Jay Kelly, Pool Supplies, Collage and resin on panel, 36 x 48 inches

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Meyerovich Gallery

251 Post Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-421-7171 Fax 415-421-2775 www.meyerovich.com art@meyerovich.com

Alex Meyerovich, Owner; Karina Partiz, Director; Jenine Marie Wolfe, Manager Meyerovich Gallery’s extensive collection includes both modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and distinctive works on paper. In 25 years the gallery has produced many high-quality exhibitions of leading 20th century American and European artists and has cultivated a strong tradition of working directly with artists or their estates. The gallery will feature Elegance and Grace: Sculpture by Guy Dill, a group of signature sculptures in bronze and aluminum by the contemporary American artist, including a 12-foot high aluminum sculpture Warbaby at the fair’s entrance. The artist’s bronze and aluminum sculptures, while not figurative, often suggest the lines, curves, and supple swoop of bodies and movement. The gallery will also feature renowned Russian artist Grisha Bruskin, ranked among the most celebrated contemporary Russian artists.

Artists Represented John Baldessari, Grisha Bruskin, Guy Dill, Jim Dine, Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan

Guy Dill, Mule, 2010, Bronze, Signed by the artist, 25-1/2 x 14 x 12 inches

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Madison Gallery 1020 Prospect, Suite 130, La Jolla, CA 92037 Tel 858-459-0836 madisongalleries.com lorna@madisongalleries.com Lorna York, Owner/Founder; Malissa Sagatchi, Director; Luc Leestemaker, Artist; Matt Devine, Sculptor Madison Gallery, founded in 2001 by owner/CEO Lorna York, is a 3500 square foot showroom featuring modern and contemporary works by emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery provides personal and corporate art consulting for investors and collectors. At the SF Fine Art Fair, Madison Gallery will exclusively represent Luc Leestemaker and Matt Devine. Luc Leestemaker is a Dutch-American abstract expressionist whose palette comforts the human spirit through his depiction of nature and landscape in his large scale paintings. His work is held in a number of prominent private and corporate art collections. Metal sculptor Matt Devine creates non-representational works that are meant to evoke a sense of calm and controlled chaos. Devine regularly collaborates with architects, designers and art consultants to produce site-specific sculptures and installations.

Artists Represented Jhina Alvarado, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Vahe Berberian, Marc Chagall, Valerie Daval, Matt Devine, Gisela Colon, Lori Cozen-Geller, Richard Erdman, William Goodman, Jylian Gustlin, Maggie Hasbrouck, Michael Kessler, Luc Leestemaker, Roy Lichtenstein, Jane Maxwell, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Richard Roblin, Michael Shemchuk, James Verbicky, Andy Warhol

Matt Devine, Seeing Red, Steel welded and painted red, 52 x 92 x 38 inches

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Luc Leestemaker, Chrysanthemum #18, Mixed media on canvas, 80 x 74 inches

Luc Leestemaker, Landscape 2008.02, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 72 inches

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Modernbook Gallery | Editions

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49 Geary Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel +1 415-732-0300 Fax +1 415 732 0353 modernbook.com info@modernbook.com

Mark Pinsukanjana, Gallery Owner and Publisher; Bryan Yedinak, Gallery Owner, Publisher, and Director; Danny Sanchez, Gallery Manager Founded in 1999 by Mark Pinsukanjana and Bryan Yedinak, Modernbook Gallery specializes in modern and contemporary photographic art. In 2005, a publishing company was formed, MB Editions. The gallery also represents a select group of contemporary and emerging artists. Artists Represented Fan Ho, Brigitte Carnochan, Maggie Taylor, Jerry Ueslmann, Tom Chambers, Jamie Baldridge, Fred Lyon, Brian Taylor, Julieanne Kost, Sara Friedlander, Brent Townshend, among others.

Tom Chambers, Saccharine Perch

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Museum Works Galleries 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1850 Chicago, IL 60654 Tel 312-464-1711 mwgalleries.com robertcasterline@aol.com

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Robert Casterline, Jordan Goodman Museum Works Galleries offers a wide range of art pieces from some of the top established and emerging artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Danielle Procaccio, Ilona Zaremba, and Mark Acetelli. With the ability to network with other galleries, dealers and brokers, MW Galleries also deals with estates, collectors and artists, enabling the acquisition of some of the most sought-after pieces in the world.  MW Galleries also provides personal and corporate art consulting for investors and collectors. Artists Represented Danielle Procaccio, Ilona Zaremba, Mark Acetelli, David Rothermel

Danielle Procaccio, Whisper, 2010, Mixed media, collage, oil, resin on canvas

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Riva Yares Gallery 3625 Bishop Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 480-947-3251 Fax 480-947-4251 Tel 505-984-0330 Fax 505-986-8661 www.rivayaresgallery.com art@rivayaresgallery.com

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Riva Yares, Owner; Dennis Yares, Director; Manuel Garcia, Assistant Riva Yares Gallery opened in 1964 in Scottsdale, Arizona and added a second location in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1991. The gallery exhibits modern and contemporary art, with 56 artists from 13 countries. The gallery publishes two to three art catalogues each year corresponding with major exhibitions. Artists Represented Milton Avery, Fletcher Benton, Gene Davis, Helen Frankenthaler, Adolph Gottlieb, Hans Hofmann, Morris Louis, Manuel Neri, Jules Olitski, Esteban Vicente

Milton Avery, Two Sails, 1960, Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 inches

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Robert Tat Gallery 49 Geary Street, Suite 410, San Francisco, CA Tel 415-781-1122 www.roberttat.com info@roberttat.com

Fine Art Photographs. An eclectic collection of vintage and later photographic art: 20th century masters, mid-century works, unique vernacular images, select contemporary prints. Extensive online collection. Artists Represented Imogen Cunningham, Robert Doisneau, Walker Evans, Charles Gatewood, Michael Kenna, Helen Levitt, George Platt Lynes, Rebecca Martinez, Eadweard Muybridge, photographer unknown, Aaron Siskind, Alfred Stieglitz, Karl Struss, Josef Sudek, others.

Louis Klaitman Vintage and Contemporary Photographs Specializing in vintage and contemporary photographs, photo dealer Louis Klaitman has been active in the photographic art community for over 25 years. His inventory consists of a broad range of photographic images including vintage and later photographs from master photographers (from the 20th century to the present), modernist, contemporary and abstract works, and works by emerging photographers. Artists Represented Karl Struss, Edward Weston, Russell Lee, Lewis Hine, Aaron Siskind, Sol Libshon, Isoef Berman, Fred Mc Darrah, Lucien Clergue, George Hurell, Helen Levitt, Carlotta Capron, Elliott Erwitt, Bedrich Grunsweig, Philip Halsman, Michael Kenna, Annie Leibowitz, Steven Meisel, Ken Josephson, Jock Sturges, Burk Uzel, William Mortensen, George Hoyningen-Huene, Horst P. Horst, Jay Jaffee

Horst P. Horst ( 1906 – 1999), Round The Clock I, Gelatin Silver Print, Signed on the Verso By Horst

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Robert Greene Fine Arts 154 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941 Tel 415-381-8776 www.rgfinearts.com rgfa@sbcglobal.net

The gallery exhibits primarily colorfield, abstract expressionist work by painters that thoroughly take advantage of the sensually evocative nature of color and form. The artists we represent, such as Sam Francis, Paul Jenkins, John Grillo, Ed Moses, are part of the rich history of the first truly “home grown” American art style – Abstract Expressionism. Artists Represented Bill Barrett, Jim Bird, Mark Erickson, Sam Francis, John Grillo, Paul Jenkins, Ed Moses, James Shay

John Grillo, Untitled 1963, Oil on canvas, 53 x 51 inches

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Paul Jenkins, Measure of Royal Violet, 1976, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 54 inches

Sam Francis, SF 60-550, Egg tempera on paper, 14 x 20 inches

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Rosier Gallery By appointment only Berkeley, California Tel 510-542-9650 www.rosiergallery.com info@rosiergallery.com Kyle Rosier, President Rosier Gallery specializes in contemporary photography with a focus on outstanding mid-career and emerging photographers. We strive to introduce collectors and corporations around the world to photographers who create visually unique, compelling images that raise issues in a thought-provoking, nuanced manner. Rosier Gallery also offers our clients exceptional images from the world’s most renowned photo-based artists through the secondary market. Our present and past inventory has featured works by Diane Arbus, William Eggleston, Lalla Essaydi, Adam Fuss, Dinh Q. Lê, Stephen Shore, Alec Soth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Massimo Vitali and Thomas Wrede. Kyle Rosier, President of Rosier Gallery, collected contemporary photography for nearly ten years prior to founding the gallery in 2006. We will always maintain our collector perspective and strive to work with collectors and corporations on a long-term basis to help initiate or build your collection. Artists Represented Damion Berger, Chris Faust, Shauna Frischkorn, Aaron Hobson, Brian Lesteberg, Matthew Monteith, Alexis Pike, Justine Reyes, Sophie von Herzogenberg, Ralph Schulz

Chris Faust, Parked Truck, Ortonville Co-op, Ortonville, Minnesota, Gelatin silver print, 12 x 38 inches

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Aaron Hobson, steeltown, Giclee print, 20 x 40 inches

Matthew Monteith, Hlavni nadrazi Pardubice, C-print, 30 x 40 inches

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Sandra Lee Gallery 251 Post St., Suite 310, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-291-8000 www.sandraleegallery.com art@sandraleegallery.com Sandra Lee,Owner/Director; Lisa Serrano, Jose Luis Andrade, Autumn Bailey Sandra Lee Gallery specializes in contemporary artists from the Bay Area as well as distinguished international artists, including Asian artists. Our goal is to connect serious art collectors and art lovers with innovative and affordable original painting, sculpture and photography by nationally and internationally renowned artists. Artists Represented Brett Amory, Don Fritz, Chiyomi Taneike Longo, David Mark, Lawrence McAdams, Jeremy Morgan, Jeffrey Palladini, Dong Phan

Jeremy Morgan, Aquavolcanic, 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 48 inches

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Jeffrey Palladini, Pool #1, 2009, Oil and charcoal on canvas, 41 x 61 inches

Brett Amory, Waiting #10, 2010, Oil on mylar, 20 x 16 inches

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Scott Nichols Gallery 49 Geary, Suite 415 San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-788-4641 Fax 415-788-8438 www.scottnicholsgallery.com info@scottnicholsgallery.com

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Scott Nichols, Susan Friedewald, Alex Ramos The Scott Nichols Gallery is a fine art photography gallery located in downtown San Francisco exhibiting a combination of established, contemporary and emerging artists. Scott Nichols, a Southern California native, started as a private dealer in 1980. He is considered one of the experts on Group f/64 with an emphasis on Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Brett Weston. The gallery opened in 1992 and has an extensive inventory of photographs by classic California photographers including Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, Imogen Cunningham, Ruth Bernhard, Wynn Bullock, and William Garnett. Artists Represented Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Kiichi Asano, Morley Baer, Bruce Bellas (Bruce of LA), Ruth Bernhard, Anne Brigman, Horace Bristol, Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paul Caponigro, Ron Church, Imogen Cunningham, Edward S. Curtis, Judy Dater, Monica Denevan, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Walker Evans, William Garnett, John Goodman, Johan Hagemeyer, Chester Higgins, Joseph Holmes, Rolfe Horn, Gyorgy Kepes, Andre Kertesz, Vilem Kriz, Mona Kuhn, Koichiro Kurita, Dorothea Lange, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Joel Leivick, Danny Lyon, Barbara Morgan, Said Nuseibeh, James Nicholls, Sonya Noskowiak, Said Nuseibeh, Rondal Partridge, Irving Penn, Eliot Porter, Michael Rauner, Marc Riboud, Philipp Scholz Ritterman, Sanford Roth , Pentti Sammallahti, Aaron Siskind, Michael A. Smith, W. Eugene Smith, Peter Stackpole, Lynn Stern , Paul Strand, Jock Sturges, Brad Temkin, Edmund Teske, George Tice, Arthur Tress, Carleton Watkins, Brett Weston, Edward Weston, Minor White, Willard E. Worden, and many others

Edward Weston, Embarcadero, San Francisco, 1937, Vintage gelatin silver print

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Smith Andersen North 20 Greenfield Avenue, San Anselmo, CA Tel 415-455-9733 Fax 415-455-9665 www.smithandersennorth.com info@smithandersennorth.com

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Stefan Kirkeby, Owner; Jennifer O’Keeffe, Gallery Manager Smith Andersen North was established in 2004. In our gallery space we maintain an active exhibition schedule creating shows by established and emerging artists, primarily from the San Francisco Bay area. Our emphasis is on 20th century and contemporary fine art photography and photo-based art, but we also exhibit contemporary painting, sculpture and works on paper. Our goal is to work closely with the artists and show a diverse spectrum of work. Smith Andersen North maintains a large inventory of works available for viewing. Artists Represented William Heick, David Johnson, Judy Dater, Leo Holub, Miguel Farias, Michelle Vignes, Pirkle Jones, Ruth Marion Baruch, Stan Zrnich, Andy Freeberg, Ruth Bernhard, Jack Welpott, Leonard Zielaskiewicz, Max Kellenberger, Unai San Martin

Pirkle Jones, Black Panther Demonstration, Alameda Co. Court House, Oakland, CA, 1968, Gelatin sIlver print

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Schomburg Gallery 2525 Michigan Avenue, E3A, Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel 310-453-5757 Fax 310-453-5758 www.SchomburgGallery.com info@schomburggallery.com Susan Schomburg, Owner Contemporary gallery specializing in paintings by emerging and midcareer artists. Artists Represented Alex Beard, Marlena Chumo, Gabriel Fernandez, Augustus Francis, Margaret Francis, Karla Klarin, Sally Lamb, Fred Lisaius, David Thompson, Lee Webster Shaw

Augustus Francis, Re-Juxtaposition, Acrylic, laserprint ink and oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

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Margaret Francis, Pink Pacific, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 57 inches

Margaret Francis, Drifting Tide, Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 57 inches

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SLATE contemporary 4770 Telegraph Ave., Temescal District, Oakland, CA 94609 Tel 510-652-4085 Fax 510-735-8998 www.slatecontemporary.com info@slatecontemporary.com Danielle Fox, Director; Sandy Mallet, Associate; Jackie Ung, Assistant At SLATE contemporary we curate rotating exhibitions featuring emerging and mid-career Bay Area artists. We specialize in sophisticated and elegant work with a strong formal aspect. Our consulting division offers art consulting and collection management services to private collectors. Artists Represented Lisa Fernald Barker, Carol Inez Charney, Joanne Fox, Christina KociHernandez, Carol Lefkowitz, Christopher Nickel, Caroline Seckinger, Victor Cohen Stuart, Anne Subercaseaux, Patricia Thomas, Hiroko To, Elizabeth Williams

Carol Inez Charney, EOM2, 2010, Digital chromogenic print, Various sizes available

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Victor Cohen Stuart, Midnight Sun, 2011, Latex and oil-based enamel on board, 24 x 48 x 3 inches

Joanne Fox, Igneous Bind, 2007, Oil on canvas, 73 x 56 inchesÂ

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Song’s Gallery 69-7, samsungdong, Kangnamgu, Selul, Korea Tel 070-4143-3192 Fax 010-6206-3192 http://blog.naver.com/maria3192 miyoungsong@yahoo.com

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Song Mi Young,Director Located in Seoul, Korea, Song’s Gallery offers contemporary art specializing in rising artists. The gallery shows unique paintings, digital printings and fiber art. Artists Represented Won Yun Kyung, Kim Su Yeun, Shin Hye Yeun, Jung Seo Yoon, Lee An, Jung Hyun Im, Lee Hae Eun, Heo Jin Ho,Song Mi Young, Hyee Eun Lee, Young Min Kim, Jung M iKim

Mi young Song, Reminiscence, Oil on canvas, 53 x 45.5 centimeters

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Studio 391 39102 Ocean Drive, Gualala, CA 95445 www.studio391.net info@studio391.net Carol Kozal, Gallery Director/Owner

Specializing in photography, paintings, sculpture, ceramics and glass by local, regional and nationally-established artists. Artists Represented: Christopher Burkett, Lyle Gomes, Rolfe Horn, Yuko Ishii, Kim Kauffman, Paul Kozal, Roman Loranc, Unai San Martin and more

Roman Loranc, Homeward Bound, Gelatin silver print, 30 x 40 inches Print #1 from an edition limited to 5

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Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts 225 Roque Moraes, Mill Valley, CA 94941 Tel 415-577-8007 www.sbfinearts.com stephanie@sbfinearts.com Stephanie Breitbard, Evie Simon Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts is an art consulting group based in Mill Valley, CA. We work with over 100 artists and many galleries to find contemporary, original works of art for residential and corporate clients. Artists Represented Jylian Gustlin, Tjasa Owen, Elisabeth Lecourt, A.J. Oishi, Pamela Stretton, Andrzej M. Karwacki, Jonah Burlingame, Jhina Alvarado, Ian Kimmerly, Kristina Quinones, Linda Raynsford, Kristine Mays, Bernadette Jiyong, Frank Katy Kuhn, Sharon Paster, Keira Kotler, Patrick St. Clair, Markham Johnso,n Blair Bradshaw, Rachel Teannalach, Bob Stang, Daniel Phill, Catherine Mackey, Gisela Colon, Jenn Shifflet, John Musgrove, Jay Kelly, Julie Weiman, Michael Cutlip, Monika Steiner, Patty Neal, Rena Buchgraber, Sharaine Bell, Sheryl Daane Chesnut, Sidnea D’Amico

Jylian Gustlin, Bivium 3e, 2011, Mixed media on panel, 48 x 60 inches

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Elisabeth Lecourt, Berlingot D’Or, 2011, Map paper, 33 x 24 inches

Tjasa Owen, Coastal Route, 2010, Mixed media on canvas and panel, 48 x 50 inches

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Sundaram Tagore Gallery NEW YORK - BEVERLY HILLS - HONG KONG 547 West 27th Street, New York, 10001 9606 South Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210 57-59 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Tel 310-278-4520 Fax 310-278-4525 www.sundaramtagore.com gallery@sundaramtagore.com Sundaram Tagore, President & Curator; Joseph Lawrence, Art Consultant; Benjamin Rosenblatt, Art Consultant; Brad Vartan, Art Consultant Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. We focus on developing exhibitions and hosting not-for-profit events that engage in spiritual, social and aesthetic dialogues. In a world where communication is instant and cultures are colliding and melding as never before, our goal is to provide venues for art that transcend boundaries of all sorts. With alliances across the globe, our interest in cross-cultural exchange extends beyond the visual arts into many other disciplines, including poetry, literature, performance art, film and music. Artists Represented Natvar Bhavsar, Kim Joon, Nathan Slate Joseph, Ricardo Mazal, Judith Murray, Sohan Qadri, Anil Revri, Hiroshi Senju, Lee Waisler, Susan Weil

Kim Joon, Golden Hour-Meissen, 2011, Digital print, 27.5 x 27.5 inches

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Sohan Qadri, Vedanta III, 2007, Ink and dye on paper, 55 x 39 inches

Hiroshi Senju, Waterfall, 2009, Pure natural pigment on mulberry paper, 64 x 44 inches

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Susan Spiritus Gallery 3929 Birch Street, Newport Beach, CA 92660 Tel 949-474-4321 Fax 949-474-4204 Cell 949-887-9458 www.susanspiritusgallery.com susan@susanspiritusgallery.com Susan Spiritus, Gene Spiritus Susan Spiritus Gallery specializes in contemporary fine art photography. Artists Represented Dave Anderson, Jeffrey Becom, Susan Burnstine, Cara Barer, Carolyn Guild, Camille Seaman, Roman Loranc, Hiroshi Watanabe, George Tice, Danae Falliers, Yoichi Nagata, Dar Spain, Hakan Strand, Larry Vogel, Celine Wu

Susan Burnstine, The Last Goodbye, 2010; Edition of 3, 27 x 27 inches, Ultrachrome K3 prints with hand coated varnish; (other sizes available)

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Roman Loranc, Billowing Clouds Over Bay Bridge, 2010; Edition of 100, inclusive of all sizes; Gelatin silver photograph

Adrian Davis, Across the Golden Gate Bridge, 2008; Edition of 5, 30 x 30 inches, (other sizes available), Digital inkjet photograph

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SUJARO Gallery of African Art 229 Kearny St., San Francisco, CA 94108 11 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley, CA 94941 Tel 415-362-6601 www.sujaro.com info@sujaro.com

#38

Andrew Berz, Ethan Rider, Leigh Lepore SUJARO Gallery of African Art is the one of the premier dealers of fine antique and ancient African art in the world. With two Bay Area galleries, SUJARO Gallery of African Art has placed pieces in important private collections and museums worldwide and has an active online gallery presence.

Pumbu, Helmet Mask, Eastern Pende Tribe, D.R. Congo., Early 20th century, 34 inches

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ten472 Contemporary Art By Appointment Only Tel 707-484-2685 Fax 530-477-7976 www.ten472.com info@ten472.com

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Hanne Sorensen, Catherine Conlin, Elisabett Gudmann Contemporary Art Artists Represented Kirk H. Slaughter, Elisabett Gudmann, Gino Miles

Kirk H. Slaughter, Moonbeam (detail), Bronze with patina, 54h x 18w x 22d inches

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The Fisher Press 307 Camino Alire, Santa Fe, NM, 87501 Tel 505-984-9919 http://thefisherpress.com fisherpress@comcast.net

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Christopher Benson, Owner/Director; Stevieh Haslitt, Staff; Christopher Buehler, Associate The Fisher Press is a fine arts gallery and press located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We represent late Modern and Contemporary American painters, photographers and sculptors from throughout the US.  We are also a designer, printer and publisher of limited edition artist’s folios and bound books. Since opening in Santa Fe in 2006 we have designed and produced books for photographers William Clift, Ann Morse and Sebastian Lassalle; for calligrapher Raphael Boguslav and for the painters Anthony Terenzio and David Frazer. We are currently working on books for photographers Jocelyn Lee, Edward Ranney and Richard Benson.  Artists Represented David Frazer, Anthony Terenzio, Jocelyn Lee, Alfhari, Christopher Benson, Peter Devine, Jim Sullivan, Flo Perkins, The John Stevens Shop (recent recipient of the MacArthur award), Luke Randall

Anthony Terenzio, Scylla II, 1983, Oil on Linen, 60 x 30 inches

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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; Crystal Schwierzke, Gallery Assistant Contemporary figurative art of established European and local emerging artists. Stone and bronze sculptures with a contemporary twist. Artists Represented Christine Comyn, Renaud Delorme, Duke, Laura Kimpton, Pia Maria Martin, David Middlebrook, Dalia Nosratabadi, Kirstine Roepstorff, Jeff Schomberg, Doug Thielscher, Jan Peter Van Opheusden, John Waguespack

Renaud Delorme, Grace Kelly, 2008, Mixed media, 116 x 67 inches

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Villa del Arte Galleries Calle Tapineria 39, 08002, Barcelona, Spain Tel +34-932680673 www.villadelarte.com info@villadelarte.com

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Bert van Zetten, Nemo Jantzen, Marcel and Jutta Huisman founded Villa del Arte Galleries in Barcelona in 1996. Their combined commitment, and passion for art, together with a unique approach and willingness to exhibit some lesser-known artists has contributed to an ever-changing contemporary collection of a consistently high standard. Over time Villa del Arte has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries, representing over 30 national and international, established and emerging painters, photographers and sculptors. Villa del Arte remains dedicated to the further development of the Barcelona exhibition space through homegrown projects. Our solo and collective exhibitions are held in our own gallery space and at times in conjunction with the Museo Diocesa (Barcelona). We are currently in the process of opening a new and exciting Amsterdam space which will enable us to hold dual solo exhibitions and to showcase new talent. Artists Represented Veronique Bour, Claudia Meyer, Fernando Alday, Willy Rojas, Marc Harrold, Lucas Ulmi, Claudio Napolitano, Stephan Zirwes, Johann Tunell, Christiaan Lieverse, Joan Peris

Fernando Alday, Cabeza, Collage on canvas, 130 x 130 centimeters

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West Hill Gallery Nassau, Bahamas Tel 242-363-3146 www.westhillgallery.com westhillgallery@gmail.com

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Len Rosen, Managing Director The extraordinary artists of West Hill Gallery have created a range of thought-provoking and emotionally-charged paintings, sculptures and photography, using modern materials. In recent art shows in the US, visitors were heard to say, “This is the best work we have seen this year.” This is the gallery’s West Coast premiere. Artists Represented Jane Waterous, Johanna Parry, Tory Martin, Sally Prior, Joanne McPike

Jane Waterous, A time of Reflection, 2011, Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 inches

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Walter Bischoff Gallerie Linienstrasse 121, D-10115 Berlin, Germany Tel 0049-07835-54-99-87 Fax 0049-07835-54-99-88 www.artbischoff.com artbischoff@gmx.de Walter Bischoff, Director The Walter Bischoff Galerie was founded 1983, focusing both on supporting young artists as well as showing important works of well-known artists. The main focus has always been on figurative and abstract expressionism. In 1997, the gallery founded the Museum Villa Haiss in D-Zell a.H. It hosts a groundfloor gallery in addition to two floors that house a permanent collection. In 1992, Bischoff met Valery Koshlyakov (born 1962) in his Moscow studio. At that time Koshlyakov was totally unknown and belonged to the Nonconformists. Through the gallery’s support, Koshlyakov has become one of the most important young Russian artists, taking part in the 2003 Biennial Venice and 2002 Sao Paulo, and shown at the Guggenheim Museum in New York and Bilbao, and the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The gallery gives a yearly scholarship for young artists for a six-month studio-stay in San Jose, CA. The gallery also has an art exchange program between Germany, Russia, and the US with exhibitions in Russia and the US.

Artists Represented Jim Dine, Cheryl and Dennis Ekstrom, Thomas Henninger, Joachim Hiller, Max Kaminski, Valery Koshlyakov, Timann Krieg, Heinz Mack, Jean Miotte, Hans Platschek, Hans Rentschler, Thomas Ruff, Walter StĂśhrer and Helmut Sturm

Jean Miotte, untitled, 2009, 31-1/2 x 23-1/2 inches

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Heinz Mack, petit jardin, 2003, Chromatische Konstellation Acryl, Leinw, 20 x 15 inches

Damien Hirst, scull, Silkscreen, 15 x 12 inches

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Westbrook Modern 6th & Dolores Streets, P. O. Box 793 Carmel, CA 93921 Tel 831-625-2255 Fax 832-625-9774 www.westbrookgalleries.com brian@westbrookgalleries.com

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Brian Westbrook, Owner; Christine Westbrook, Owner Westbrook Modern focuses on the important American art movements of the 20th century, with particular emphasis on Modernism and PostWar Abstract Expressionism. Artists Represented John Grillo, Dennis Hare, Robert Natkin, Joan Mitchell, Robert Rauschenberg, Karl Kasten, Joan Brown, Ronald Davis, Emerson Woelffer, Sam Nejati

Joan Mitchell (1925-1992), Untitled, Oil on canvas, 36 x 44 inches

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William Havu Gallery 1040 Cherokee Street, Denver, CO 80204 Tel 303-893-2360 Fax 303-893-2813 www.williamhavugallery.com info@williamhavugallery.com

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William Havu, Owner; Nick Ryan, Gallery Administrator Established in Aspen in 1973, the William Havu Gallery, in its current location since 1998, is engaged in an ongoing dialogue through its seven exhibitions a year with regionalism as it affects and is affected by both national and international trends in realism and abstraction. With a strong emphasis on mid-career, established artists, the gallery also shows emerging regional artists of exceptional maturity and quality in an AIA award- winning, post-modern building. Artists Represented Michael Brennan, Michael Stevens, Esteban Blanco, Emilio Lobato, Jim Waid, Monroe Hodder,  Amy Metier, Jeanette Pasin Sloan, Carrie Lederer, Rick Dula, Homare Ikeda    

Emilio Lobato, La Torre de Babel (the tower of Babel), 2011, mixed media assemblage on panel, 29 x 18 x 8 inches

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Winterowd Fine Art 701 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-992-8878 www.FineArtSantaFe.com info@fineartsantafe.com

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Karla Winterowd, Rosanne Kadis, Alex Watts Contemporary fine art. Artists Represented: Destiny Allison, Blaire Rice Bennett, Sarah Bienvenu, Charlie Burk, Jamie Kirkland, Arturo Mallmann, James Marshall, Don Quade, J.D. Wellborn

Arturo Mallmann, Mirando hacia la distancia, Acrylic & resin on panel, 24 x 24 inches

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Zoom Gallery 157 Insa-Dong Jongno-Gu, Seoul, Korea Tel +82-2-323-3829 Fax +82-2-323-3834 http://zoomgallery.co.kr jswyo@naver.com

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Soon-Won, Jeon Dong-Sook, Shin Zoom Gallery, located in Korea, is planning many new exhibitions based on the works of new artists. Artists Represented Dong-Sook, Shin Jae-Sun, Kim Jin-Hee, Jeong Sang-Won, Park GeunJoon, Park Hyong-Keel, Kim Sang-Yeal, Lee Gyu-Won, Lee Young-Soo, Ryu Chun-Hee, Seo Ji-Na, Kim Mi-Kyung, Lee Chan-Sik, Choi

Dong-Sook Shin, Emotion, Water on paper, 116.7 x 91 centimeters

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