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May 16 -20, 2012 Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center San Francisco

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Honors

Roselyne C. Swig

For her lifetime of enthusiasm and devotion to the arts in the Bay Area and support of San Francisco’s public art through the ArtCare program.

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sfartscommission.org/artcare


Visit. Experience. Collect. This May 16-20, we again pay homage to the Bay Area’s respected tradition as a world-renowned fine art marketplace by producing the third annual SF Fine Art Fair. We are thrilled that this fair has served as a vital catalyst and pioneer in re-establishing a major fine art fair in San Francisco. In fact, our fair at Fort Mason has stimulated an art fair renaissance, which now includes two other satellite fairs. To achieve our goal of creating a world-class art viewing and acquiring experience in the dramatic setting of Fort Mason, our Selection Committee has endeavored to present only galleries with compelling art programs. I invite you to explore the thought-provoking displays from our 68 local, national and international galleries. With another 24 exhibiting partners, there are over 90 exhibits to explore. To help stimulate the art collecting process, we have created several special events. Explore the first ever ArtBike Auction and Exhibition, where 7 talented artists from participating dealers transformed 7 PUBLIC brand bikes into magnificent sculptures. Silent auction bidding starts May 16 and ends May 20 at 3pm, benefiting the SF Bike Coalition. I encourage you to bid on one of these unique works of art. Tour the Oakland Art Murmur Pavilion featuring many of the art galleries from the city of Oakland. Join us at a reception saluting their longstanding commitment to promoting the visual arts in the community on Friday, 5-7pm in the VIP Lounge. Have a look at the impressive winning photos from the Mobile Photography competition, presented by ArtHaus. You will be amazed what can be created with cell phone technology. We are pleased to join forces with the City of San Francisco and the San Francisco Arts Commission in raising funds for ArtCare. Privately supported, this vital charity restores and maintains the city’s many public artworks. This year we have teamed up to present our annual Lifetime Achievement Award to esteemed philanthropist Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig. To support this much needed effort, please visit www.sfartscommission.org/ artcare. Our entrance features a Public Installation Retrospective of our Honorary Guest Artist, art maverick William T. Wiley, curated by art-critic DeWitt Cheng. I invite you to join Mr. Wiley on Saturday as he is interviewed in the theater, with reception to follow. Finally, participate in the educational and entertaining events on Saturday surrounding the Asian Contemporary Art Forum. We believe our range of galleries and fine art work at this fair is among the most compelling offered on the West Coast. Enjoy the experience. And collect. Sincerely, Rick Friedman Founder and Executive Director

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Table of Contents Special Thanks............................................. 5 Programs and Special Events........................ 6 SFFAF Floor Map........................................ 10 Lifetime Achievment Award........................ 12 ArtHaus..................................................... 13 asart......................................................... 14 b. sakato garo gallery................................ 15 BCS Gallery............................................... 16 Berz Gallery of African Art......................... 17 Blunt......................................................... 18 Bruce Lurie Gallery.................................... 20 CK Contemporary...................................... 22 Center Space Gallery.................................. 23 Chandra Cerrito Contemporary................... 24 Chinese Culture Center Gallery................... 25 Christian Hohmann Fine Art........................ 26 The Cynthia Corbett Gallery........................ 28 Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc............................ 27 Evan Lurie Gallery..................................... 30 Galeria Alfredo Ginocchio........................... 31 Galerie Luco.............................................. 32 GALLERY M................................................ 33 Gallery Sam.............................................. 34 Gallery Tableau......................................... 35 Garboushian Gallery.................................. 36 George Billis Gallery.................................. 37 George Krevsky Gallery............................. 40 Gerald Peters Gallery................................. 38 Hamamjian Modern................................... 41 Hang Art................................................... 42 Ian Tan...................................................... 44 J. R. Richards Asian Art.............................. 46 JS Sun Gallery........................................... 47 Julina Togonon Gallery.............................. 50 K. Imperial Fine Art................................... 48 Kips Gallery............................................... 51 Louis Klaitman Vintage & Contemporary Photographs..................... 33

Madison Gallery........................................ 52 Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley............................. 54 manna gallery........................................... 55 The McLoughlin Gallery.............................. 56 Mercury 20 Gallery................................... 58 Meyerovich Gallery.................................... 57 Michael H. Lord Gallery.............................. 60 New Era Art............................................... 61 Nico Gemmell Gallery................................ 62 Nieto Fine Art ........................................... 64 PHOTO...................................................... 66 Pictura Gallery.......................................... 67 PX Photography......................................... 68 Pyo Gallery LA........................................... 69 Realism Fine Art Gallery............................. 72 Res Ipsa.................................................... 70 Robert Green Fine Arts............................... 71 Sandra Lee Gallery ................................. 74 Shadravan Studios..................................... 75 Slate Contemporary................................... 76 Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts..................... 78 Stewart Gallery.......................................... 77 Studio 391................................................ 80 Studio Quercus.......................................... 81 The Studio Shop......................................... 82 ten472 Contemporary Art.......................... 83 Tsarak Art.................................................. 84 Vessel Gallery............................................ 85 Villa del Arte galleries................................ 86 The Wall Gallery........................................ 87 Warehouse416.......................................... 88 Westbrook Modern & Contemporary........... 89 White Walls............................................... 94 White Wings Press...................................... 90 Yares Art Projects....................................... 92 Zemack Contemporary Art......................... 95 Acknowledgements.................................. 105

Show Hours Thursday....... May 17...... 11am-7pm Friday........... May 18...... 11am-7pm

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Saturday....... May 19...... 11am-7pm Sunday......... May 20...... 11am-6pm


Special Thanks‌ Endorsed by:

Cultural and Civic Sponsors:

Local Media Sponsors:

SFAQ National Media Sponsors:

Supporting Sponsors:

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Programs and Special Events

Silent Auction hours: Wed., May 16, 7:30 to Sun., May 20, 3pm, during show hours Proceeds benefit the SF Bike Coalition

Ken Kalman, Chariot of Fire

Opening Kick-off: Wed., May 16, 7:30pm

Unveiling of the memorable 7 bike sculptures Presentation by SF Fine Art Fair, PUBLIC, and SF Bike Coalition Closing Ceremony: Panel discussion, Sun., May 20, 1:30-2:30pm in the Theater Reception, Sun., May 20, 2:30pm in the VIP Lounge. The ArtBike Auction, 7 Bikes x 7 Artists–is the first event of its kind not only in the Bay Area, but in the nation. Seven respected artists (who are represented by seven SFAF participating galleries) design, construct, deconstruct, and sculpt seven PUBLIC brand bikes in to one-of-a-kind pieces of art. The final sculptures–and how they transformed the bikes into spectacular works of arts, will amaze you. This exhibition and silent auction is benefiting SF Bike Coalition’s Education Fund, which dedicates the necessary resources for the organization to further improve the bicycle safety conditions on city streets. (Bikes are on display in the rear of building.) Meet the Seven Artists: Ken Kalman: George Krevsky Gallery  Gino Miles: Ten472 Gallery Gustavo Ramos Rivera & Kathryn Kain: Westbrook Modern

MoE Thomas: The McLoughlin Gallery Cyrus Tilton: Vessel Gallery Klari Reis: The Cynthia Corbett Gallery Michael Osborne: Hamamjian Modern

Sit in on the Sunday Panel Discussion:

The Impact of Art and Design in the Community Sun., May 20, 1:30pm in the Theater Moderator: Christopher Falliers, Chair, Master of Architecture Program, California College of the Arts Panelists: Dan Nguyen-Tan is on the founding team that helped launch PUBLIC, a design-oriented bicycle and gear company. Dan has been active in civic efforts to transform public areas to more pedestrian and bicyclefriendly spaces. Neal Patel- SF Bike Coalition Community Planner. Klari Reis- Bike Artist Tomas McCabe- As the Executive Director of the Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF),Tomas McCabe collaborates with artists, City officials, community organizations and volunteers to place large-scale works of art in public settings. 6


Programs and Special Events Meet William T. Wiley

SFFAF Artist Guest of Honor

WILLIAM T. WILEY

A Conversation with William T. Wiley

hosted by art-citric DeWitt Cheng In the Theater Sat., May 19, 5-6pm Followed by reception in the VIP Lounge, 6-7pm Meet SF’s renowned art maverick, and discover why he is not only one of America’s most accomplished artists, but a national treasure. View his Public Installation Retrospective at the fair entrance entitled:

Anything Goes: The Whit and Whizdumb of William T. Wiley Curated by DeWitt Cheng

Artworks provided by John Berggruen Gallery, SF Now 75, his remarkable career spans over half a century, and his broad range of media includes drawing, painting, tapestries, sculpture, prints, film, performance and pinball. Some of his work is referred to as “Funk Art.” His first solo show was at SFMOMA in 1960. He continued to build his growing statue as an artist with works appearing in the Venice Biennial (1980), Whitney Biennial (1983) and another major exhibition in SFMOMA (1981), de Young Museum (1996) and the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC (2005) In 2009/2010, the Smithsonian American Art Museum presented a retrospective of Wiley. A review in the Wall Street Journal stated,“ Mr. Wiley’s work is unlike any other in recent art… He is less a contemporary artist than a national treasure.” On 2012, that retrospective moved to the Berkeley Art Museum. Wiley has work in several public collections such as MOMA (NYC), Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC) SFMOMA, Art Institute of Chicago, LACMA, Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

About DeWitt Cheng Mr. Cheng is a SF based curator, writer, speaker, art-critic and artist. He has his MFA with honors in Drawing and Painting, from SF State University. He has curated shows at Mercury 20 Gallery in Oakland, Meridan Gallery in SF, Peninsula Museum of Art (Belmont) and Stanford Art Spaces. He writes regularly for several media including The Huffington Post, Art21.com, East Bay Express, Art Ltd. and Artillery. SFFineArtFair 2012 | 7


Programs and Special Events ASIAN DAY Saturday, May 19 Panel Discussion in the theater, 3pm: Bay Area as a Hub for Collection, Creation and Influence of Asian and Asian American Art Moderator: Michael Zheng Conceptual and performance artist Jenny Leung: CCC Gallery Manager Francis Wong is considered one of “the great saxophonists of his generation.” Claire Light is currently the director of Kearny Street Workshop. Live Performance in the theater, 3:45pm “Passages: For Lee Ping To” by Lenora Lee Dance Inspired by stories of immigration through Angel Island during the era of the Chinese Exclusion Act, Passages: For Lee Ping To was commissioned as a part of the community Centennial commemoration of the opening of the Angel Island Immigration Station. Lenora Lee has recently been nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Design.  Reception in the VIP Lounge, 4-5pm Wine courtesy of Ancien Wine; Music by Melody of China YANGQIN ZHAO / Artistic Director of Melody of China. A member of Chinese Musicians’ Association and the Chinese Nationalities Orchestra Society, Ms. Zhao graduated with Honors from the Music Department of the Nanjing Normal University and became the head of the faculty of Instrumental Music of the university. She will be playing the Yangqin, a Chinese hammered dulcimer with a near-squared soundboard. The instrument is very similar to Santur, played with two bamboo sticks. GANGQIN ZHAO A member of Chinese Musicians’ Association, Gangqin finished her study in the Music Department of Nanjing Normal University in 1987. She was named one of Ten Best Musicians by the university in 1990. Gangqin will be playing the Guzheng, a Chinese zither with movable bridges and 16-25 strings. Special Installations during fair hours: Chinese Cultural Center of San Francisco installation of Stella Zhang: Booth #A18 HUSH panel 14x16 street art installation, courtesy of White Walls

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Programs and Special Events Booth C3, courtesy of ArtHaus Gallery

The “Mobile Photography Awards” is a new photo contest and gallery exhibition. The brainchild of renowned iPhoneographer/ Photographer Daniel Berman, the Mobile Photography Awards [MPA] attracts entrants from around the world, with the top 25 winners featured in three gallery exhibitions [2 in the US and 1 in Spain]. There are 15 different categories, ranging from Black & White to Digital Art & Collage, with each of these categories having their own well known head judge who specializes in the category field. All works are for sale.

Join us at a Panel Discussion: Everyday Revolution of Mobile Photography Friday, May 18, 3 pm in the Theater Reception: Friday, May 18, 3:30 pm (VIP Lounge) The Everyday Revolution of Mobile Photography and Art - come and join some of the leaders of the mobile photography and art scene and learn how a revolutionary tool we carry in our pockets has had a profound impact on artistic creativity.  Never before have we had a camera, a darkroom and an online sharing tool all in one device - the new technology has allowed different ways of seeing and encouraged new modes of creativity.   Moderator: James Bacchi, Co-Owner/Gallerist – ArtHaus, San Francisco Daniel Berman is a fine art photographer, filmmaker & digital artist with a specialty in landscapes, abstractions & people. He is the founder of the Mobile Photo Awards.    Jen Bianco from the blog My Life’s a Trip. Is a Los Angeles based writer/ photographer who accidentally fell into the world of travel blogging. Marty Yawnick is the proprietor of the leading Mobile Photography blog Life in Lofi John Nieto is the part owner and operator of the San Francisco based art gallery John Nieto Gallery.  

Open During Fair Hours

P A V I L I O N

Reception Friday, May 18, 5-7pm in the VIP Lounge

Oakland Art Murmur is a non-profit cooperate of 21 Oakland based galleries that promote active participation in the visual arts within the community. This pavilion space at SFAF pulls together their members into one dynamic location which showcases the fine artworks from these galleries. SFFineArtFair 2011 | 9


BAR

C14 P14 P12 P10 P8 P6 P16

OAM14 OAM13 OAM12

Gallery Name ArtHaus

A19

B19 A17 A13

P13 P11 P9 P7 A14

Booth C1

P5

A18

A16

B17 A13

B4

Berz Gallery of African Art

C9 C13 C11

Chandra Cerrito Contemporary

OAM 5

Center Space Gallery

C2/C4

Christian Hohmann Fine Art

B19

CK Contemporary

A10 A1/A3

Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc.

B2

Evan Lurie Gallery

C0

Galeria Alfredo Ginocchio

C7

Galerie Luco

B21

GALLERY M

A2

Gallery Sam

A4 B14

Garboushian Gallery

C5

George Billis Gallery

A11

George Krevsky Gallery

B8

Gerald Peters Gallery

B1

Hamamjian Modern

B11

Hang Art

A6

Ian Tan

C8

J. R. Richards Asian Art

B22

JS Sun Gallery

B23

Julina Togonon Gallery

A14

A14 A12 A12 BAR

Booth

K. Imperial Fine Art

C14 A16

Louis Klaitman Vintage & Contemporary Photographs

b. sakato garo Gallery

A15

Gallery Name Kips Gallery

10

B15 B15

B21

C17

Gallery Tableau

B16

B23

A17

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery

B18

ART COLLECTOR’S LOUNGE

BCS Gallery

Bruce Lurie Gallery

C13

C13 C17 B20 B22B16

asart

Blunt

C12

OAM3

P15 BAR

BAR C14 C12 C15

OAKLAND ART MURMUR

OAM1

B17 P3 P21 P19 P17

B24

OAM11 OAM10

P1

OAM4

P2

C19 OAM2

B18 P4

ART ECTOR’S UNGE

VIP LOUNGE

OAM8 OAM5

OAM6 OAM9

OAM7

P23

OAM15

P22 P20 P18 LECTURE HALL

C16

C18

Madison Gallery Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley manna gallery The McLoughlin Gallery

A2 B15 A9 OAM 8 A15

Mercury 20 Gallery

OAM 14

Meyerovich Gallery

B3

Michael H. Lord Gallery Mobile Photo Awards

B20 C3

New Era Art

A19

Nico Gemmell Gallery

C16

Nieto Fine Art

B16

PHOTO Pictura Gallery

OAM4 B12

PX Photography

A13

Pyo Gallery LA

B10

Realism Fine Art Gallery Res Ipsa Robert Green Fine Arts

A8 OAM 7 B5

Sandra Lee Gallery

A7

Shadravan Studios

OAM 15

Slate Contemporary

OAM 1,2,3,6,13

Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts

C10

Stewart Gallery

A12

Studio 391

C18

C


C11 C11 C9 B11 B8 B14 B13

B14

15

2

C10 C7 BAR

B12 A11

C6

C4

C2 C9

B4

B2B13

A6

B11 WILLIAM WILEY EXHIBITION

ART CAFÉ

B1 B12 B3

B5 A4

C8

C0

B6

B7

B10 B9 A11 A9

C1

C3

C5

A2

A2

ArtStrong Wrapping Station

REG. DESK

C8

C10

A9 SHOW OFFICE

CONCESSIONS

A10

A8

A10 A7 A5

Gallery Name Studio Quercus The Studio Shop ten472 Contemporary Art Tsarak Art

A3

OAM 9 B24 A5 C19

The Wall Gallery

OAM 12

Vessel Gallery

OAM 10

Villa del Arte galleries Warehouse416 Westbrook Contemporary

B9/B7 OAM 11 B17

Westbrook Modern

B18

White Walls

B13

White Wings Press

C12

Yares Art Projects

B6/C6

Zemack Contemporary Art

C15

CULTURAL PARTNERS & SPONSORS America’s Cup

P16

Art Ltd.

P12

ArtSpan

P13

China SF

P8

Chinese Culture Center

A18

Fabrik Magazine

P21

Gallery

P23

Latino Museum

P19

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art

P5

Mendocino Arts Center

P3

Museum of Craft and Design

P9

Museum of Performance & Design Oakland Art Murmur

A8

A1

Booth

P11 P1

FESTIVAL PAVILION ENTRANCE

B10

CULTURAL PARTNERS & SPONSORS Paddle8

P10

Peninsula Art Museum

P20

Pro Arts

P18

San Francisco Art Dealers Association

P6

San Francisco Arts Commission

P4

Sanchez Art Center SF Camerawork Sojourner Truth Multicultural Arts Museum Sonoma Valley Museum

P17 P2 P22 P7

Sotheby’s International Realty

P15

The New York Times

P14

Shuttle Service We are pleased to be running a free and comfortable on-going shuttle service (sponsored by the Academy of Arts) that runs from the front of the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason to both artPadSF, plus artMRKT fairs. Schedule: Fri, Sat, Sun.......................noon-7pm Leaves Fort Mason every 30 minutes beginning 12 noon and 12:30pm Arrives/leaves artMRKT San Francisco (SFDC Concource Exhibit Center) at 20 minutes and 50 minutes past each hour. Arrives/leaves ArtPadSF (Phoenix Hotel) 10 minutes and 45 minutes past each hour. Returns to Fort Mason on the hour and the half hour. SFFineArtFair 2012 | 11


Special Events Lifetime Achievement Award 2012 Honoree – art patron and benefactor

Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig Mrs. Swig has devoted many years to philanthropic and community service efforts, at the local, national and global level with a focus on women empowerment, social welfare, fine arts, political advocacy and education. Some of her contributions to the arts include the founding of Artsource in 1978 and serving as the Director of the U.S. State Department’s Art in Embassies Program under President William J. Clinton from 1994-97. She is currently on the board of the NPR Foundation; Mills College, Lifetime Trustee; SF Art Institute, past president & Trustee Emeritus; Berkeley Art Museum/ Pacific Film Archives, past president; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Contemporary Jewish Museum, past president. She was also the president of the San Francisco Arts Commission and a member of the San Francisco Library Commission. She holds honorary degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute, University of San Francisco, Mills College and Santa Clara University. 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 taxdeductible contribution to support this important effort, please go to www.sfartscommission.org/artcare

Premieres Mon., May 14, 12 noon, PST

Hosted virtually by

Inspired by our proximity to Silicon Valley, the physical fair goes virtual and is extended 3 weeks in an online format (May 14, noon through May 31, 6pm, PST). Our new Paddle 8 platform enables you not only to search most of the artworks and make inquires and offers directly to participating dealers, but also buy, ship and insure in one easy online process.

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ArtHaus 411 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel 415-977-0223 Fax 415-977-0224 www.arthaus-sf.com James@arthaus-sf.com

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James Bacchi, Gallerist/Co-Owner; Annette Schutz, Gallerist/Co-Owner; Gregory Martin, Fine Art Installation Voted BEST ART GALLERY on the ABC-7 Best of the Bay A-LIST for 2010, 2011 and 2012, ArtHaus is one of San Francisco’s foremost contemporary fine art galleries. Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz represent an outstanding contemporary collection, diverse in subject matter, media and style, by New York and Bay Area Artists. Bacchi and Schutz work closely with beginning and established collectors, corporate art advisors and the architectural design community. They are strong supporters of: ArtforAIDS, Breast Cancer Action, Nourish The Children and Philanthropy By Design. ArtHaus and Gallery Artists continue to capture the attention of print and electronic media including, The New York Times, Art In America, Art News, San Francisco Magazine and ABC-TV News. Artists Represented Carolyn Meyer, Jhina Alvarado, Maxine Solomon, Astrid, Marc Lambrechts, Andrea Arroyo, Adam Kurtzman, Franc D’Ambrosio, Gioi Tran, Kenney Mencher, Suzanne Benton, Carol Massa, Joanne Landis, Brian Blood, Greg Drasler, Deborah Brown, Chris Schiavo, Serena Bocchino, Michal Venera, Jan Blythe, Matthew Frederick, Ricardo Carbajal Moss and Mirang Wonne

Adam Kurtzman, Honey-Doo, 2009, Glitter on bronze, 24 inches. Photo: Stephanie Simos

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asart UK: 32 York House, London SW3 4TH Tel +44 7425 838 125

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Thailand: Soi 17 Somdej Chaopraya Rd, Klong San Bangkok 10600 +66 89209 4259 www.asart.com asmith@asart.com Anthony Smith; Hanny Pulungan (Thailand and Indonesia) Artists represented: Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul, Simao Huang, Karuna Panumes, Virat Rungpayak, Pairoj Karndee, Utomo S, Wiranata, Ni Gusti Agung Galuh, Attasit Pokpong, Vichit Nongnual, Yue Hui

Karuna Panumes, Shadows, Oil on canvas, 80cm x 100cm

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B4

b. sakata garo 923 20th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Tel 916-447-4276 www.bsakatagaro.com barry@bsakatagaro.com Barry Sakata, Owner; Barbara Ruona, Manager

The gallery is located in midtown Sacramento, California. It has been in operation since October 1998. The gallery’s focus is on established bay area figurative and abstract artists and other local and regional contemporary artists. Artists Represented Theophilus Brown, William T. Wiley, Richard Shaw, Jack Ogden, Robert Brady, Clayton Bailey, Brian Tripp, Pat Mahony, Aida Gamez, Gail Chadell Nanao, Ryan Michael Reynolds, Christo and Carlos Villa

Theophilus Brown, Untitled, 1990, Acrylic and ink on paper, 6 x 8.5 inches

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BCS Gallery 38-65 12th St. Long Island City, NY 11101 Tel 312-613-3310 Fax 718-786-2780 www.arpnewyork.org info@arpnewyork.org

A17

Taekguen Nam, Associate Director; Soyeon Kim, Curator; Yeonah Lim, Curator ARPNY is a 3 to 12 month studio residency focused on creative process and professional development for emerging artists. Through the program’s offerings, which include working studio space, bcs gallery exhibitions, studio visits, curators talks and seminars, access to a network of peers, and public programs, ARPNY encourages creative production, professional development, and community building in the early stages of an artist’s career. Artists Represented Ok Kim, Leehyun Ellie Kim, Andy H. Jung, JongHeon Martin Kim

Andy H. Jung, Seoul II, 2012, Inkjet pigment print, 40 x 50 inches

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Berz Gallery of African Art 229 Kearny Street, Floors 2 and 3 San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-362-6601 Fax 415-362-6702 www.berzgallery.com info@berzgallery.com

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Andrew J. Berz, Owner; Leigh A. Lepore, Director Berz Gallery of African Art, with a gallery in downtown San Francisco, is one of the foremost dealers in fine antique African material. One of Berz Gallery of African Art’s strengths is the acquisition and sale of material that embodies the roots of contemporary art. Artists Represented Berz Gallery of African Art exhibits fine quality antique African art, with a focus on the development from tribal art to modern art.

Goli Glin Helmet Mask, Baule Tribe, Ivory Coast (“Mandolin et guitar”, Pablo Picasso, 1924), Early 20th century

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Blunt 11 Rebecca Street, Toronto, ON M6J1K8, Canada Tel 416-708-8778 Fax 416-595-9122 gillianiles.com / matthewschofield.com / rossbonfanti.com schofield.matt@gmail.com Gillian Ilesn, Artist; Ross Bonfanti, Artist; Matthew Schofield, Artist Artist run and represented: blunt formed out of a desire to find spaces beyond traditional models of exhibiting. Founded in 2009. Artists Represented Ross Bonfanti, Gillian Iles, Matthew Schofield

Ross Bonfanti, Power Source, 2012, Concrete, toy parts, extension cord, 11 x 11 x 11 inches

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C13

Matthew Schofield, 33, 2011, Oil on Mylar on wood, 4 x 4 inches

Gillian Iles, That’s not how we do things here, 2011, Oil, acrylic and pastel on canvas, 40 x 48 inches

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Bruce Lurie Gallery 8727 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048 Tel 310-916-9388 Fax 310-916-9388 www.bruceluriegallery.com bruce@bruceluriegallery.com Bruce Lurie, Owner Established in the early 1980’s in New York by Bruce Lurie, Bruce Lurie Gallery was frequented by Keith Haring and Andy Warhol. Bruce Lurie gave Jean-Michel Basquiat his first show. Now located in West Hollywood’s “The Avenues”–Art, Fashion & Design District–the gallery has a particular focus on emerging and mid-career artists from the U.S and all around the world. Artists Represented Brian Liebenthal, Dan Monteavaro, Tsipi Mani, Jason Poteet, Briggs Edwards, Nicole Charbonnet, Stefan Canthal, Sebastiano Ciarcia, Dominic Dettore, Jay Lopez, Ben Freeman, Michael Gorman

Brian Liebenthal, Washington Stepchild, 2012, Mixed media, 36 x 48 inches

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C11

Sebastiano Ciarcia

Dan Monteavaro, Lifesize, 2012, Mixed media

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CK Contemporary 377 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel 415-397-7781 Fax 415-397-7784 www.ckcontemporary.com info@ckcontemporary.com

A10

Chris Kelley, Owner; Lauren Ellis, Director CK Contemporary is based in San Francisco and represents some of today’s most exciting emerging and mid-career artists from the US and abroad, in addition to its world class collection of twentieth century masters. Artists Represented Conor Walton, Nick Patten, Maurizio Lanzillotta, José Basso, James Hollingsworth, Ottorino De Lucchi, Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Marc Chagall

Conor Walton, Still Life with Judgement, 2011, Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches

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

C2 C4

Tina Wong, Director Photography, oil painting, drawing, sculpture Artists Represented Alex G. Cao, YingPing Po, Eric W.

Alex G. Cao, HEPBURN vs DIETRICH, 2009,Chromogenic prints, 108 x 72 inches

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Chandra Cerrito Contemporary

OAM5

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 Associate Established in 2007 as a curatorial project space, Chandra Cerrito Contemporary features exhibitions and site-specific installations that highlight exceptional regional and national artists, with an emphasis on conceptual strength, refined craftsmanship, contemporary vision and art historical relevance. The gallery is located in the heart of the downtown Oakland’s arts district and is a member of Oakland Art Murmur. Artists Represented Mari Andrews, Brian Caraway, Jerry Carniglia, Cathy CunninghamLittle, Stephen Galloway, Sheila Ghidini, Amy M. Ho, Young Kim, Thérèse Lahaie, Danielle Mysliwiec, Penny Olson, David Allan Peters, Sabine Reckewell, Dianne Romaine, Jenn Shifflet, Kana Tanaka, Esther Traugot, Tyson Washburn, Stephen Whisler and Holly Williams

Jenn Shifflet, Adrift, 2011, Acrylic and oil on wood panel, 32 x 42 inches

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A18

Chinese Culture Center Gallery 750 Kearny St. 3rd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-986-1822 Fax 415-986-2825 www.c-c-c.org info@c-c-c.org Abby Chen, Curator; Jenny Leung, Gallery Manager; Emmy Komada,Communications

The Chinese Culture Foundation was founded in 1965 to preserve, promote, and influence the course of Chinese and Chinese American art and culture. The CCF Gallery promotes the work of creators actively working to expand the outer reaches of perceptions surrounding art, culture, and community. Since 2008, the CCF Gallery has supported endeavors by artists working towards fostering social change through cultural intervention. The Gallery’s two flagship exhibition series, XianRui (Fresharp) and the Present Tense Biennial, are the driving forces behind this critical artistic innovation. Artists Represented Beili Liu, Dora Hsiung, Stella Zhang, Zheng Chongbin, Adrian Wong, Liu Yin, Jiang Xueman, Liang Liting, Carol Koffel.

Stella Zhang , 0, 2012, Mixed Media, 10 x 10 feet

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Christian Hohmann Fine Art

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73-660 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA 92260 Tel 760-346-4243 Fax 760-346-4246 www.christianhohmann.com email@christianhohmann.com Christian Hohmann, Owner

Christian Hohmann Fine Art reflects a rich legacy in the art world, which began in Germany over 35 years ago. With a longstanding tradition of presenting both European and American artists of the highest caliber, the gallery’s strong figurative program is accentuated by diverse offerings in 20th century master works by both familiar and emerging names. The gallery hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, represents several artists’ estates, publishes catalogs and participates in art fairs. Artists Represented Mohamed Abla, Deladier Almeida, Michael Azgour, Robert Dunahay, Bob Freimark, Gina Gass, Zivana Gojanovic, Eberhard Hueckstaedt, Thomas Jessen, Denis Jully, Willi Kissmer, Manzur Kargar, Clemens Kindling, Gabriele Lockstaedt, Gerd Lieder, Heiner Meyer, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Neil Nagy, Heinz Rabbow, Thomas Ritter, David Schneuer, Karin Voelker, Paul Wunderlich, Rimi Yang. Sculpture: jd hansen, John Helton, Siegfried Neuenhausen, Christopher Schulz

Armin Mueller-Stahl, Lola, 2011, Mixed Media on Paper, 30 x 22 inches

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Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc. 417 N. San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90048 Tel 310-360-9360 Fax 310-499-5244 www.fada.com gallery@denenbergfinearts.com Stuart Denenberg, Director; Beverly Denenberg, Director

Denenberg Fine Arts, established in Boston in 1965, is a fine art dealership with a large and eclectic inventory of museum-quality works of art from the 16th through the 21st century. We are always interested in outright purchases and consignments of fine American and European art. The gallery is conveniently located in its own landmark modernist building in West Hollywood, a few blocks from the Pacific Design Center, and is open by appointment.

William Theophilus Brown (American 1919-2012) Roses, Ginger, and Carnation, 1967, Oil on masonite, 12 x 16 inches Signed and dated lower right, “WTB 67�

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Cynthia Corbett Gallery 15 Claremont Lodge, 15 The Downs London, SW20 8UA, UK US C. +1 773 600 7719 UK M. +44 (0) 7939 085 076 Tel/Fax +44 (0) 208 947 6782 www.thecynthiacorbettgallery.com info@thecynthiacorbettgallery.com Cynthia Corbett, Director; Celia Kinchington, Gallery Manager The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, an international contemporary art gallery represents emerging and newly established artists and is a regular exhibitor at major international contemporary art fairs and curates exhibitions. The Cynthia Corbett Gallery also has an annual programme of ‘off-site’ exhibitions that take place throughout the year in Cork Street, London W1, London’s East End and New York City. corbettPROJECTS focuses on presenting curated projects that address contemporary critical practice and works with emerging curators and artists for sire specific installations. These solo and group exhibitions

Lluís Barba, Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Gauguin, 2011, Edition of 6, C-Type Digital Print, Perspex Mounted, Dimensions: 32.7 x 78.7 inches

Tom Leighton, Hollywood Land, 2012, Edition of 5, C-Type Digital Print, Perspex Mounted, 38.7 x 75 inches

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A1 A3 which are selected by a curatorial panel led by Director, Cynthia Corbett, presents an innovative program of events in a variety of media including photography, painting, sculpture, performance art and particular emphasis is placed upon emerging video art. In 2009 the Gallery launched The Young Masters Art Prize sponsored by AXA UK. The Young Masters Art Prize has now established itself as a not-for-profit initiative presented by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery and the prize takes place in November 2012. Artists Represented Deborah Azzopardi, LluĂ­s Barba, Andy Burgess, Cecile Chong, Ghost of a Dream, Nicole Etienne, Tom Leighton, Klari Reis, Nicolas Saint Gregoire, AndrĂŠa Stanislav

Klari Reis, San Francisco Blue, 2012, Mixed media on floating aluminium panel, 60 x 60 inches

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

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Evan Lurie, Owner/Director; Keri VanVlymen, Gallery Manager The Evan Lurie Gallery represents over forty emerging and established international painters, sculptors, and photographers, with a heavy emphasis on the contemporary abstract, realism and neo-realism. The gallery program includes a monthly schedule of rotating solo and group exhibitions, lectures, community and private events, and public art collaborations. As a professional art consultant, Evan Lurie works within both the residential and corporate environments to help establish art collections and assist in acquisitions. We welcome visitors to our gallery in the Carmel Arts & Design District, during our participation in international contemporary art fairs throughout the year, and on our website at www.evanluriegallery.com. Artists Represented Jorge Santos, Adam Normandin, Alexi Torres, Jason Paul Bennett, Stephane Cipre, Gino Miles, L’Oriano Galloni, Victor Wang, Kevin Barrett, Joseph Piccillo, John LaHuis

Jorge Santos, Battle Stations, Oil & acrylic on canvas, 48 x 72 inches

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Galeria Alfredo Ginocchio Arquímedes 175, Polanco, Mexico D.F., 11570, Mexico Tel 5255 5254 8813 Fax 5255 5255 5690 www.ginocchiogaleria.com info@ginocchiogaleria.com

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Alfredo Ginocchio, Director; Paola Contreras, Assistant Director; Karen Pozos, Assistant Director In 1988 Alfredo Ginocchio founded Praxis Mexico, and since 2008 it changed its name to Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery. Its main objective is the international promotion of Mexican and Latin American artists. For over 23 years Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery has participated in important international art fairs in the United States, Europe and Latin America such as Art Miami, MIA, Artbo Colombia, NY Pinta, Pinta London, Art Madrid, Scope Miami, Bridge NY, Art Chicago, Art Palm Beach, FIA Caracas, Zonamaco Mexico City and Monterrey, Chaco Chile, Los Angeles Art Show, ArteBA Argentina, Art San Diego, etc. Alfredo Ginocchio Gallery has prepared more than 135 solo and group exhibitions in the gallery in Mexico City and has also participated in the formation of art collections and collaborated with major museums in Mexico and Latin America.

Artists Represented Santiago Carbonell, Roberto Cortázar, Bruno Widmann, Roger Mantegani, Claudio Gallina, Carlos Rios, Hugo Lugo, Luis Selem, Cesar Rangel, Beto de Volder, Demian Flores, Victor Rodriguez, Susan Schmidt, Xevi Vilaró, Guillermo Conte, Reynaldo Diaz Zesati, Ofill Echecarria, Armando de la Garza, Sugimoto, Andy Warhol, Ana Maria Maiolino, Cruz Diez, Mario Perez y Ale de la Puente, Dany Vega y Selma Guisande.

Hugo Lugo, Cuaderno para vaciar la memoria #3, 2011, Oil and acylic on canvas, 30 x 25 cm

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Galerie Luco 3-1 Park Plaza #260, Glenhead, NY, 11545 Tel 718-717-2626 GalerieLuCo.com Info@GalerieLuCo.com

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Marcus Bacher, Director We are proud to present our latest discoveries... The works from these artists are bold, fresh and simple, and they talk to us with a unique balance of sophisticated strength and harmony. We expect the dialogue between them to elicit spirited conversation. And we hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Artists Represented Marlene Rose, Gay Ribisi, Paul Andrews

Marlene Rose, Buddha Wall, Sandcast glass, steel and copper, 54”h x 38”w x 9”d

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

Myrna Hayutin, Director; Mason Hayutin, Director - Specialist

Howard Schatz, The Pietà with Brooke Shields and New York City Ballet soloist, Sebatien Marcovici, d’aprs Michelangelo, 2011, C-Print, 48 x 64.79 inches

Louis Klaitman Vintage & Contemporary Photographs P.O.Box 9308, Berkeley, CA 94709 Tel 510-280-3800 Fax 510-280-3800 louisklaitman.com photofocus@erols.com Louis Klaitman, Owner; Gillian Walsworth; Supannika Rongsopa; Jason Klaitman

Sebastião Salgado, Mountain Zebra, Hoanib River Valley, Damaraland, Namibia, 2005, 2005, Gelatin Silver Print, 21-1/4 x 30-1/4 inches Framed

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Gallery Sam 6461 Ascot Dr., Oakland, CA 94611 Tel 510-384-4686 Fax 510-531-0775 www.gallerysam.com gallerysam@pacbell.net

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Evan Morganstein, Director Art elevates the human spirit in a way that nothing else does. It changes people’s lives, one experience at a time. It’s not really a product, it’s basically an emotional experience. Gallery Sam offers quality examples by important American, European, Asian and Indigenous artists from the mid-twentieth 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 painted superior works. Artists Represented Sam Francis, Norman Bluhm, Milton Resnick, James Brooks, Edward Dugmore, Ernest Briggs, John Saccaro, Hassel Smith, Manual Neri, Shirley Goldfarb, Gabor Peterdi, Robert S. Neuman, Jon Schueler, Joseph Fiore, Fred Mitchell, Ronnie Landfield, Stanley Boxer, Willy Heeks, Roy Lerner, Francine Tint, Kevin Barrett, Peter Reginato, Lawrence Calcagno, James Suzuki, Alan Derwin, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Dorothy Robinson Napangardi, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Kathleen Petyarre, Gloria Petyarre and many others.

Francine Tint, Object of Desire, 2008, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 69 inches

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

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Lim, Jeong Gi, Director; Cha, Dong Ha, Artist; Kim, Hak Il, Artist; Jung, Dong Geun, Artist Recognizing the importance of promoting Korean artists abroad, Gallery TABLEAU participates in art fairs such as Art Chicago, Reddot Miami and Koeln 21. The Gallery first presented the most significant artworks by Korean artists alongside more recognizable works of high caliber by audience and art dealers in the world. Gallery Tableau has an unmatched reputation in Korea for having introduced many of the most critically acclaimed international artists, and for supporting the most promising Korean artists. The Gallery continues to play a key role in developing the domestic art market and promoting Korean artists; as well as drawing the national audience’s attention to the currently international art world. Artists Represented Cha, Dong Ha; Kim, Hak Il; Jung, Dong Geun; Lim, Jeonggi; Lim, Tea Won; Park, Pil Hyun; Yu, Hee Seung; Kwak, So Young

Cha, Dong Ha, Festival 11 #2, 2011, Colored on dak paper, 85 x 130cm

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Garboushian Gallery 427 North Camden Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 Tel 310-274-5205 Fax 310-274-2024 www.garboushian.com herair@garboushian.com

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Herair Garboushian, Owner; Lori Garboushian, Owner Contemporary Art Gallery Artists Represented Jim Morphesis, John Seery, Max Presneill, Claudia Parducci, Roni Feldman, Yvette Gellis, Miguel Osuna, Katrin Kampmann, Simon Ouwerkerk, Vera Arutyunyan, Kate Johnson, Patrick Altes

Jim Morphesis, Rose VIII, 2011, Oil, enamel, gouache and collage on wood panel 26 x 26 inches

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George Billis Gallery 521 West 26th Street B1, New York, NY 10001 Tel 212-645-2621 Fax 212-645-2397 www.georgebillis.com gbgla@yahoo.com 2716 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90034 Tel 310-838-3685 Fax 310-838-3438

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George Billis, Owner; Tressa Williams, Director; Tamar Holton-Hinshaw, 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 Brooks Salzwedel, Carol Charney, Chris Stott, Russ Havard, Karen Woods, Margaret Wall-Romana, Mary Ijichi, Matt Condron, Nina TIchava, Randall Mooers, Stanley Goldstein, Terry Thompson, Tim Yankosky, Tom Gregg, Sarah Coleman, Daniel Phill

Terry Thompson, Dallas Cleaners, 2012, Oil on canvas, 60 x 40 inches

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Gerald Peters Gallery 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075 212-628-9760 Fax 505-628-9635 www.gpgallery.com pmarcelle@gpgallery.com 1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM Tel 505-954-5700 Fax 505-954-5754 Peter Marcelle, Director; Catherine McCormick, Associate Gerald Peters Gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century American paintings, drawings, and sculpture, plus selected contemporary works. Representative for the Estates of Max Weber, Gaston Lachaise, William Zorach, and Marguerite Zorach. Artists Represented Donald Sultan, Marc Sijan, Stephen Schaub, Andrew Wyeth, Dan Rizzie

Donald Sultan, Blacks Eggs and Roses, 2000, Tar, oil, and spackle on tile over masonite, 36 x 36 x 5 inches

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Marc Sijan, Brief Peek, 2011, polyester resin and oil paint, 57 x 18 x 18 inches

Andrew Wyeth, Wet Sand, 1952, Watercolor on paper, 21 x 29-1/2 inches

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George Krevsky Gallery 77 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-397-9748 Fax 415-397-9749 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 since 1978 and is a member of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association. The gallery celebrates it’s 20th year in its current location in the Union Square neighborhood of downtown San Francisco. This year the gallery is proud to have been chosen as a community partner with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in paying Tribute to the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. Artists Represented Mary Vitelli Berti, Isabel Bishop, William Theophilus Brown, Kat Flyn, Jack Levine, Allan Magee, Tom Marioni, Mary Robertson, Owen Smith, Cindy Williamson, Paul Wonner

Owen Smith, Painting the Giant, 2010, Oil on panel, 24 x 36 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 400 Endlich Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Tel 415-290-5220 Fax 415-431-4343

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Seb Hamamjian, Owner/Director; Linda Deppmeier, Sales Associate; Vallie Brown, Sales 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 Douglas Andelin, Garry Knox Bennett, Christopher Benson, Danae Falliers, Lawrence Fodor, Jylian Gustlin, Doug Glovaski, Lacey Haslam, Kathryn Kain, JP Long, Kara Maria, Lester Marks, Clive McCarthy, Gustavo Ramos Rivera, Harry Siter, Gordon Smedt, Stan Welsh

Gordon Smedt, Revolution, 2012, Oil on canvas, 72 x 67inches

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Hang Art 567 Sutter Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel 415-434-4264 Fax 415-434-2603 www.hangart.com info@hangart.com Piero Spadaro, Director; Erica Schulz, Gallery Manager; Andrew Rogers, Art Consultant At Hang Art, our mission is to introduce one-of-a-kind artworks from San Francisco Bay Area artists to art lovers around the world. Hang Art’s diverse portfolio of artists, unique rental program, and candid take on pricing make acquiring artwork enjoyable and transparent. By championing the development of emerging artists, our collectors, new and established alike, grow alongside their artists. Further, operating outside regular gallery programming, Hang Art Projects expands Hang Art’s regional focus and consultation services by featuring artists from around the country at diverse career points in venues throughout the Bay Area. Stop by the gallery and alternative spaces or visit us anytime at hangart.com to see our full collection. Artists Represented Hang Art - Olivia Brown, Peter Dimick, Gail Ragains, Katherine Valentine Hang Art Projects - David Ivan Clark

Olivia Brown, Aetheamel, 2012, French enamel varnish on canvas, 54 x 47 inches

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Gail Ragains, Blue Pool, 2012, mixed media on paper, 48 x 24 inches

David Ivan Clark - Hang Art Projects, Untitled (Still #29), 2012, Oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches

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Ian Tan Gallery 2202 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6H4H7, Canada Tel 604-738-1077 Fax 604-738-1078 www.iantangallery.com info@iantangallery.com 1/F V-Plus 68 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong Tel 852-2525-0331 (Hong Kong) Ian Tan, Gallery Owner; Julie Lepper, Director, Wendy Hurst; Consultant Established in 1992, the Ian Tan Gallery represents foremost emerging and established artists in contemporary Canadian art. Representing glass, painting, and photo-based works, the gallery maintains a strong regional, interest in West Coast artworks. We are recognized as one of Canada’s finest art galleries and maintain a reputation of exhibiting leading artworks of quality. We schedule a program of curated exhibitions and participate in international art fairs. Our services include consulting, collection building, art rentals, appraisals, framing and installation, and shipping worldwide. Artists Represented Patty Ampleford, John Beder, Blake, Wim Blom, Bratsa Bonifacho, Judy Cheng, Richard Cole, Kristofir Dean, Jamie Evrard, Tim Fraser, Carol Haigh, Peter Harris, Eri Ishii, Dana Irving, Suzy Kim, Glenn Payan, Andre Petterson, Melanie Rocan, Erika Toliusis

Carol Haigh, Foaming Sea, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60 inches

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Bratsa Bonifacho, The Viribus Quantitatis, 2011, Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

Blake, Layton, Marble sculpture, 43 x 13 x 24 inches

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J.R. Richards 1645 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Suite 201 Venice, CA 90291 Tel 310-795-6812 Fax 323-634-0838 joeyrichards.com joey@joeyrichards.com 170 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036

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Joey Richards, OwnerContemporary Art Gallery Ancient and Contemporary Asian Art. Specializing in Ancient Chinese Ceramics, and Contemporary Chinese and Japanese Fine Art. Artists Represented Mihara Ken, Fujioka Suehei, Taizo Kuroda, Wang Guangyi

Mahara Ken, (born 1958, Japan), untitled, 2010, High fired Stoneware,16” x 23” x 6”

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JS Sun Gallery 1500 Ave at Port Imperial 420, Weehawken, NJ 07086 Tel 212-603-9451 Fax 888-580-4740 www.jssungallery.com j@jssungallery.com 313 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10016 Tel 646-323-4747 Fax 888-580-4740

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Jin Choi, Gallerist/Curator; Christopher Lee, Manager; Sang Min Kwak, Assistant Manager/Photographer; Soae Park,Assistant Curator JS Sun Gallery presents the work of emerging and established foreign artists to promote rich and diverse cultural experiences in various locations. JS Sun Gallery specialized in managing educational programs, and activities for non-profit events with the collection and works on loan. JS Sun gallery brings together art and people to share, give and love. Artists Represented Jinie Choi, Daniel Lee, Jeongwan Kang, Hanhong Park, Eun Kim, Shinyoung An, Mook Han

Jinie Choi, Secret to Money, 2010, Oil on Canvas, 20 x 24 inches

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K. Imperial Fine Art 49 Geary Street, Suite 440, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-277-7230 Fax 415-277-7240 www.kimperialfineart.com kimperialfineart@me.com Karen Imperial, Owner; Aimee Friberg, Director; RenÊ Capone, Associate K. Imperial Fine Art is a contemporary art gallery that exhibits works by a range of artists from emerging, to mid-career, to those already established in their field. We show paintings, sculpture, and assemblage, with a special emphasis on works on paper. The broad spectrum of our selections accommodates the burgeoning art enthusiast, the seasoned collector and all those in between. Artists Represented Edythe Bresnahan, Gina Borg, Michael Buscemi, Randy Colosky, Mila Libman, Ursula O’Farrell, Susan Schwalb, Myong Stebbins, Cecil Touchon, John Wood.

Amy Sollins, Balance and Repeat, Watercolor, pastel, charcoal, linocut, on paper, 49 x 41 inches

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Mila Libman, Fallen Stars, 2010, Charcoal on paper, 87 x 45 inches

Jeanne Vadeboncoeur, Marbles, Oil on canvas wrapped panel, 58 x 58 inches

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Julina Togonon Fine Arts

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San Francisco, CA Tel 415-568-8305 www.julinatogononfinearts.com julina@julinatogononfinearts.com Julina Togonon, Director; Rafael Musni, Art Consultant

Julina Togonon Fine Arts (JTFA) specializes in contemporary Asian and American art as a private dealer. Established in 1994 as Togonon Gallery, we have assisted private, corporate, and museum collections discover and select art to meet their unique needs and interests for over 15 years. Julina Togonon Fine Arts is a member of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association (SFADA) the Asian Contemporary Art Consortium (ACAC), and the New Pacific Studio (NPS), New Zealand & U.S. Artists Represented Leo Valledor, Luis Gutierrez, Peter Forakis, Sam Provenzano, Patricia Lyons Stroud,John Chang, Servando Garcia, Connie Harris, Hwei Li Tsao

Leo Valledor, Juxtipo, 1986, Acrylic on canvas, 5 x 7 feet

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Kips Gallery 511 west 25th St., New York, NY 10001 Tel 646-284-5008 Fax 212-242-4215 www.kipsgallery.com kipsgallery@gmail.com Ken Kim, Director; WonKyung Na, Assistant Director

Kips Gallery is located in the heart of the Chelsea art district in New York City. 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 should be of paramount importance. Artists Represented HAESSLE, Chul Soon Lim, Sang Sam Park, Jeong Yoen Rhee, Garam Lee, June Lee, Geppy Pisanelli

Jeong Yoen Rhee, Re Genesis, 2011, Mixed Media, 260 x 163 cm

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Madison Gallery 1020 Prospect Ste. 130, La Jolla, CA 92037 Tel 858-459-0836 Fax 858-459-0790 www.madisongalleries.com info@madisongalleries.com Lorna York, Founder/Owner; Malissa Saghatchi, Director; Erin Pierro, Art Dealer Founded in 2001, Madison Gallery is committed to representing emerging, mid-career and established international artists whom work in a range of media. Inspired by an earnest dedication and passion for art, the gallery consistently exhibits a high standard of contemporary art. Madison Gallery works closely in building private, corporate and public collections thus placing it amongst the leading contemporary galleries in California. Artists Represented Miya Ando, Gisela Colon, Lori Cozen-Geller, Valerie Daval, Matt Devine, Richard Erdman, Karim Ghidinelli, Maggie Hasbrouck, Michael Kalish, Michael Kessler, Jaehyo Lee, Luc Leestemaker, Richard Roblin, Monika Steiner, James Verbicky

Matt Devine, Two Ten One, 2012, Painted Aluminum, 80”h x 75”w x 48”d

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Lori Cozen-Geller, Stacked, Laminate on wood, 15.75h x 62w x 3.25d

Luc Leestemaker, Landscape, 2002, Mixed media on canvas, 80 x 72 inches

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Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley 6711 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599 Tel 707-944-0889 Fax 707-944-0880 www.maisonry.com art@maisonry.com

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MNV’s I Wolk Gallery, 1354 Main Street, St. Helena, CA 94574 Tel 707-963-8800 Fax 707-963-8801 Karen Johnston, Gallery Director; Carissa Duncan, Director of Design; Lauryn Hill - Audrey Taylor, Art Consultants; Rob Watermeyer Karen Elaine Grimes, Art Consultants Restored in 2008 by Blackbird Vineyards–proprietor, Michael Polenske– this historic 1904 stone building serves as a stylized backdrop for Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley–a life aesthetic. As an art, design and collective wine tasting gallery among an outdoor sculpture garden, Ma(i)sonry offers guests a differentiated lifestyle experience in wine country. Located in Yountville–a world-class culinary, wine, and tourism destination– Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley features a rotating collection of limited-production wines and internationally renowned art and furnishings to appreciate and acquire. Guests are welcome to peruse Ma(i)sonry’s galleries seven days a week, with seasonal evening appointments until 10pm. Artists Represented Llisa Demetrios, Lucia Eames, Elizabeth Eva Rossof, Andreas Reimann, Matt Rogers, Adam Shaw, Giuseppe Palumbo, Mitchell Johnson, Bruce Lauritzen, Thomas Monaghan, Sharon Loper, Damon Hyldreth, Peter Woytuk, Greg Lauren, Greg Gorman, Michele Pred, Deloss McGraw, Brett Price, Archie Held, MIrang Wonne and more.

Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley

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Manna Gallery 473 25th St., Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-282-2335 www.mannagallery.com info@mannagallery.com

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Wayne Armstrong, Partner; Mark Lightfoot, Partner; Elaine Maute, Partner; Linn Thygeson, Dan Weber, Partners Manna Gallery shows contemporary two- and three-dimensional work by contemporary Northern California artists. We are located in the heart of Oakland’s thriving arts district. Artworks for every budget are available. Artists Represented Wayne Armstrong, Mark Lightfoot, Elaine Maute, Linn Thygeson, Dan Weber and invited artists

Mark Lightfoot, Figure IV, 2010, Acrylic/canvas, 72 x 38 inches

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The McLoughlin Gallery 49 Geary Street Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-986-4799 Fax 415-986-4784 mgart.com info@mgart.com

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Joan McLoughlin, Owner; Cynthia Kagay, Director; David Sloane, Associate; Brian Moore, 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 European contemporary artists and local emerging artists while giving back to the community. A portion of the proceeds from the show will benefit Glide and Stanford Breast Cancer Research. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is located at the 49 Geary Street, Suite 200 in San Francisco. For more information, please call 415-986-4799 or visit www.mgart.com Artists Represented Jeffrey Beauchamp, Christine Comyn, Renaud Delorme, Daniel Healey, Christy Lee Rogers, Pia Maria Martin, Colin McRae, David Middlebrook, Dalia Nosratabadi, Jan Peter Van Opheusden, Kristine Roepstorff, Doug Thielscher, MoE Thomas, John Waguespack, Evan, ESK, Wilson

Jeffrey Beauchamp, You’re Not from Brighton, Oil on canvas, 72 x 84 inches

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Meyerovich Gallery 251 Post Street Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-0421-7171 Fax 415-421-2775 www.meyerovich.com art@meyerovich.com

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Alex Meyerovich, Owner; Karina Partiz, Director; Jenine Marie Wolfe, Manager; Joana Ubach, Administrator Meyerovich Gallery’s collection includes both modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and distinctive works on paper. In more then 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. Featuring “Alphabet City, 2012” by Guy Dill, a signature sculpture in bronze by this contemporary American artist. The artist’s bronze and aluminum sculptures, while not figurative, often suggest the lines, curves, and supple swoop of bodies and movement itself. Artists Represented Donald Baechler, Stanley Boxer, C.R. Bryant, Guy Dill, Jim Dine, Alex Katz, Robert Motherwell, Matt Phillips, Pablo Picasso, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan, Shirley Sweeney, Ron Tatro

Donald Sultan, Black and Red, Feb 15, 2012, 2012, Hand-silkscreen with enamel inks, flocking and tar-like texture, 35 x 35 inches

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Mercury 20 Gallery 475 25th Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-701-4620 www.mercurytwenty.com mercurytwenty@gmail.com Eric Bohr, Member Artist; Charlie Milgrim, Member; Tim West, Associate Mercury Twenty is an artist run and operated cooperative gallery that was founded in 2006. We maintain a roster of twenty emerging and established artists. The gallery hosts openings on the first friday of every month in conjunction with the Oakland Art Murmur’s First Friday event.

Eric Bohr, Context, 2012, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches

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OAM14 Artists Represented Julie Alvarado, Jo Ann Biagini, Margaret Chavigny, Terryl Dunn, P.K. Frizzel, Eli Geiser, Peter Honig, Maya Kabat, Kathleen King, Leah Markos, Mary V. Marsh, Jill McLennan, Dave Meeker, Jody Medich, Charlie Milgrim, Paul Mueller, Mary Curtis Ratcliff, Julianne Sterling, Kerry Vander Meer, and Joan Weiss

Charlie Milgrim, Stealth Reverie, 2011, Military issued roofing tar paper, 2’ x 1’ x 3’

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

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

Grace Hartigan, Mangoes, 1956, Oil on canvas, 30 x 43 inches

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New Era Art 1250 Missouri Street, Suite 201 San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel 415-990-2879 Fax 415-251-6185 www.NewEraArt.com xiaojie@NewEraArt.com

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Xiaojie Zheng, Owner / Director; Bob Morrison, Sales and Marketing; Shannon Yee, General Manager New Era Art is an art gallery, art dealer and art consultant with an emphasis on contemporary Asian art. New Era Art showcases wellestablished and emerging Chinese artists living in mainland China, the United States, and Europe. Their works express a modern perspective combined with elements of traditional Chinese culture. This is an exciting and innovative movement in today’s art world . These artists work in a wide variety of media, including: using ink and brush, natural mineral on rice paper and silk; fine hair embroidery on silk; works on paper, oil on canvas, digital print on aluminum, mixed media and sculpture. New Era Art is conveniently located in San Francisco, California, in the Mission District in one of the most diverse cultural communities in the country. Artists Represented Ye Yuchang, Zhang Hongman, Meng Yougguo, Yi Naijun, Xu Minghao, Liang Mingming, Liang Liqing, Zhang Manli, Xie Aige, Wang Shanqian

Ye Yuchang, Momeries of last autumn, 2008, Ink and natural mineral on rice paper, 27.5 x 27.5 inches

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Nico Gemmell Gallery 8580 Spectrum Lane Suite 1, San Diego, CA 92121 Tel 858-546-0917 Fax 858-546-0693 www.nicogemmell.com nico@matrixdesignstudio.com Nico Gemmell, Director Contemporary Art and Design Warehouse Artists Represented David Fokos, Fred Gemmell, Tony Reed, Joey Vaiasuso

Fred Gemmell, Tinea II Tryptich, 2010, Acyrlic on plexiglass, reverse painted.

Fred Gemmell, Tetap II, 2011, Acrylic on UV-resistant museum quality glass, triptych

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Fred Gemmell, Detail from Cicada Whitewash, 2011, Reverse Painted Acrylic on plexiglass 30 x 96 inches

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Nieto Fine Art 565 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel 415-393-4511 Fax 415-393-4512 www.nietofineart.com info@nietofineart.com Anaya Nieto, Owner; Jode Ly, Sales Consultant Nieto Fine Art is a premier art gallery located in downtown San Francisco. The gallery is years in the making, fulfilling the work of Anaya Nieto to invigorate the San Francisco art community with the works of his father, John Nieto, along with a dynamic line-up of contemporary painters and sculptors. Nieto Fine Art commits to bringing a fresh, changeable charge of emotion to the community of contemporary artists. Artists Represented John Nieto, John Axton, Fernando Reyes, Georgianne Fastaia, Diane Komater, Jaya King, Eric Bailey, Ed Handelman, Craig Poindexter

Fernando Reyes, A Flower in Her Hair, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 44 inches

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Ray Donley, Figure with Cat Mask,16 x 20 inches

John Nieto, Cosmic Archer, 48 x 48 inches

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PHOTO 473 25th Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-847-2416 photogalleryoakland.com photogalleryoakland@gmail.com

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Irene Imfeld, Owner; Henry Bowles, Owner PHOTO is a dedicated gallery space for contemporary fine art photographic prints. The gallery opened 2010 in Oakland to promote Bay Area photography and photographers through themed group exhibits and solo shows. We offer prints by established and emerging artists, all accomplished photographers and skilled printers whether using digital technology, traditional darkroom methods, or alternative processes. Artists Represented Artists exhibited: Charles Anselmo, Judy Dater, Anthony Delgado, Karen Glaser, Steve Goldband and Ellen Konar, LeRoy Howard, Lisa Levine and Peter Tonningsen, Erin Malone, Ari Salomon, Nicol? Sertorio, Bay Area Photographers Collective, Oakland Art Murmur Portrait Project

Charles Anselmo, La Habana #28, 2010, Archival pigment print, 24 x 30 inch image size, framed 36 x 44 inches

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Pictura Gallery 122 W. 6th St., Bloomington, IN 47404 Tel 812-336-0000 Fax 812-336-0006 www.picturagallery.com info@picturagallery.com

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David Moore, Owner/Director; Mia Dalglish, Co-Curator + Exhibitions Director; Lisa Berry, Curator; Brenda Stern, Associate Director Pictura Gallery specializes in contemporary fine art photography with a focus on color imagery with a strong formal sense and narrative. The gallery exhibits work by national and international contemporary photographers, both established and emerging. “We are drawn to work that resonates with the viewer first on an emotional level,” notes gallery owner David Moore. “Often we find that work of this kind has a more subtle read---it doesn’t reveal itself right away or in one viewing. It makes you want to look again, to really examine it and understand it.” Artists Represented Osamu James Nakagawa, Evgenia Arbugaeva

Evgenia Arbugaeva, Journey to the Lake from the series Tiksi, 9/1/2011, Photography 18 x 28 digital C-print

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PX Photography Gallery 57 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003 Tel 917-544-9606 Fax 212-366-5780 www.pxphotography.org info@pxphotography.org

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Philip S. Xie, Director; Martine van Eijden, Gallerist Established in New York, PX Photography Gallery specializes in museum-quality Chinese and European photography work. Artists Represented Thomas Jorion, Quentin Shih, Marjolein van Pagee, Michael Swarbrick, Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt, David Tesinsky

Quentin Shih (1975, Chinese), Shanghai Dreamers #6, 2010, Digital Chromogenic Print 44 x 44 inches

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Pyo Gallery 1100 S. Hope Street, Suite 105 Los Angeles, CA 90015 Tel 213-405-1488 Fax 213-405-1489 www.pyogalleryla.com info@pyogalleryla.com 258-79 Itaewon-Dong, Yongsan-Gu, Seoul, Korea Tel 82-2-543-7337 Fax 82-2-790-0595

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Mi Sun Pyo, President; Heidi Chang, Gallery Director; Magnolo Bugarin, Gallery Assistant For 30 years, PYO GALLERY has earned a reputation as a pioneer in contemporary forms of art. The gallery has tirelessly worked to promote Asian and notable artists in the Korean and international fine art markets. Through such efforts, the gallery has gained recognition and built a loyal collector base for its roster of artists. In addition to producing monthly exhibitions, there are over 2000 works of inventory that are exported to major museums and galleries worldwide. Since 1981, when the first space opened in Seoul, the gallery has expanded to include new spaces in Chungdam (Seoul), Beijing, and the 798 Arts District in China. In 2008, PYO GALLERY LA was established in Downtown Los Angeles as a cultural corridor between Asia and the United States. Pyo Gallery LA exhibits the work of local and international contemporary artists.

Artists Represented Jonathan Borofsky, Jungwan Bae, David Choe, Dong Li, Kwang Young Chun, Lloyd Hamrol, Dal Jae Huh, Ji Da Chun, Yoshio Ikezaki, Sang Hyun Jung, Heung Sou Kim, In Kyum Kim, Oan Kim, Tschang- Yeul Kim, Hoon Kwak, Francesca Marti, Nan Chao, Shinae Choi, Eun Joo Lee, Kang So Lee, Seung Koo Lee, Yong Deok Lee, Woo-Lim Lee, Ufan Lee, Lin Tian Lu, Marta Pan, Jung Ran Noh, JI Oh, Nam June Paik, Seo Bo Park, Seung Hoon Park, Sung Tae Park, Young Ha Park, James Rosenquest, Rusty Scruby, Nobuo Sekine, Shen Hao, Chi-Hyun Shin, Sung-Hy Shin, Frank Stella, Rufino Tamayo, Ta Men (They), Keju Wang, Andy Warhol, Seung Ho Yoo, Yue Min Jun, Yu Da Ming, Yu Hang, Yu Yang Yang, Zhang Ye Xin, Zeng Fan Zhi

Lee U-Fan, From Line, 1982, Pigment suspended in glue on canvas, 18 x 20 inches

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Res Ipsa 455 17th Street, Suite 301 Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 415-939-1509 www.resipsagallery.com info@resipsagallery.com

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Jonathan Ball, Frank Petrilli Res Ipsa, which means the “thing itself,” was established as a collaboration between Jonathan Ball and Frank Petrilli in 2011.  We showcase contemporary work in a variety of media from a diverse range of artists.  As our name suggests, Res Ipsa is committed to showing innovative work that speaks for itself.  We typically present six solo shows per year, and we work with a small group of artists with whom we can collaborate closely. We know that art galleries are sometimes inhospitable places, and that art talk, like wine talk, too often feels pretentious and inaccessible.  That shouldn’t be the case, and it’s not at Res Ipsa.  We encourage you to contact either Jonathan or Frank directly to set up a time to visit us.  As a member of Oakland Art Murmur, our receptions are typically held on the first Friday evening of each month.  Both Jonathan, a photographer and graduate of Harvard Law School, and Frank, an amateur painter and graduate of UCLA Law, live and work in Oakland.

Mitchell Johnson, Hungary, 2011-2012, Oil on Linen, 16 x 22 inches

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

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Bob Green, Charlotte Bernstrom Robert Green Fine Arts exhibits primarily colorfield, abstract expressionist work by painters that thoroughly take advantage of the sensually evocative nature of color and form. Artists Represented 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.

Paul Jenkins, Phenomena Sign of the Crest, 1997, watercolor and acrylic on paper, 43 x 31 inches

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Realism Fine Art Gallery 314 - 674 Leg In Boot Sq., Vancouver British Columbia, V5Z 4B4, Canada Tel 604-877-1802 Fax 604-687-2745 www.realismfineart.com info@realismfineart.com Marina Sheversky, Director; Alexander Green, Manager; Anna Sheversky, Sales Representative Realism Fine Art Gallery offers the finest in contemporary realist paintings and sculpture created by American and European leading artists. Artists Represented Malkolm T Liepke, Nikolai Blokhin, Alexander Sheversky, Sorin Sorin, Nadia Lozano, Zin Lim, Andrei Belichenko, Alexei Velikjanin, Vladimir Goncharuk, Elena Shlegel, Tamara Korako

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Alexander Sheversky, Embraced By Sun, Oil, acrylic on canvas 52 x 40 inches

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

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Sandra Lee Gallery 251 Post St., Ste 310, San Francisco, CA 94108 Tel 415-291-8000 www.sandraleegallery.com art@sandraleegallery.com

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Sandra Lee, Owner/ Director; Douglas Malone, Artist and Assistant; Lawrence McAdams, Artist and Assistant; Cassandra Ngan, Gallery Staff Sandra Lee Gallery specializes in West Coast and contemporary Asian artists whose works reflect an increasingly global creative community. Located in the heart of Union Square, Sandra Lee Gallery is a cultural destination for locals and visitors alike. The gallery’s mission is to connect serious art collectors and art lovers with innovative, original artwork, including painting, sculpture, and photography, that is also affordable. Artists Represented Douglas Malone, David Maxim, Lawrence McAdams, Brett Amory

Douglas Malone, The Yellow Couch, 2010, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 18 inches

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Shadravan Studio 2435 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 415-335-8152 Fax 415-335-8152 www.fshadravan.com fshadravan@yahoo.com Farnaz Shadravan, Owner; Ava Kashani, Director; Neda Hadizadeh, Artist; Benjamin Westfall, Artist

An artist-run Gallery showcasing Contemporary Art of Iran. Artists Represented Farnaz Shadravan, Ava Kashani, Neda Hadizadeh, Kiamarz Moradi, Hamed Farhangi, Sara Ghanbari

Farnaz Shadravan, Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 2011, Engraved porcelain bathtub, 5’ x 2.5’

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SLATE Contemporary 473 25th St., Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-652-4085 Fax 510-735-8998 www.slatecontemporary.com info@slatecontemporary.com

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Laura OHare, Assistant Director; Rafael Brinner, Assistant; Bianca Martinez, Intern; Bill Chastain, Installer Founded in 2009 in a Victorian storefront in Temescal, SLATE contemporary is now located in the heart of Oakland’s Uptown gallery district, on 25th street. SLATE curates eight exhibitions per year, including solo-shows and themed group exhibitions featuring work by a core stable of emerging and mid-career artists, mainly painters and photographers, from the Bay Area and beyond. We represent several abstract artists, and we favor work that has a strong formal aspect and an intellectual component. Artists Represented Lisa Fernald Barker, Carol Inez Charney, Joanne Fox, Christina Koci Hernandez, Andrzej Michael Karwacki, Carol Lefkowitz, Carol Ladewig, Catherine Roberts Leach, Brian Mancl, Christopher Nickel, Jane Norling, Caroline Seckinger, Victor Cohen Stuart, Anne Subercaseaux, Patricia Thomas, Hiroko To, Elizabeth Williams

Carol Ladewig, Year in Color, 2012, Acrylic on canvas, 84 x 162 inches (7 x 13.5’)

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Stewart Gallery 1110 West Jefferson, Boise, ID 83702 Tel 208-433-0593 Fax 208-344-0593 stewartgallery.com lane@stewartgallery.com Lane S. Bune, Owner; Stephanie Wilde, Owner

In 2012 Stewart Gallery celebrates its 25th anniversary. The gallery is committed to exhibiting outstanding and groundbreaking contemporary art by nationally and internationally established and emerging artists. Artists Represented Stewart Gallery will exhibit five artists, Alan Macdonald, Stephanie Wilde, Henry Jackson, Benjamin Jones and Charles Gill, all reference the figure in their works, from classical painting to abstract impressionism. In addition, three artists, represented by Stewart Gallery, Matt Duffin, Isabella du Toit and Rachel Moore, were chosen for their human themes of solitude and irony. All artists represented at the SFFAF were curated for their dedicated careers, the artists museum exhibitions and collections, and how the relationship and the voice of the works relate to each other.

Alan Macdonald, Sleepwalker, Oil on linen, 30 x 28 inches

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Stephanie Breitbard Fine Arts 225 Roque Moraes Dr., Mill Valley, CA 94941 Tel 415-577-8007 Fax 415-888-8086 www.sbfinearts.com stephanie@sbfinearts.com Stephanie Breitbard, Owner; Evie Simon, Art Consultant; Bettina Stiewe, Art Consultant; Stacey Silver, Art Consultant SBFA is a group of Marin-based art consultants with a private home gallery in Mill Valley. We work with over 100 artists (mostly from Bay Area) and many local galleries to procure contemporary, original, fine artwork for residential and corporate clients. We continuously seek out new emerging art talent to inject into our stable of artists. We are a unique blend of both gallery and art consulting firm. Artists Represented Jylian Gustlin, Elaine Coombs, Pamela Stretton, Benjamin Anderson, AJ Oishi, Elisabeth Lecourt, Paule Dubois Dupuis, Katy Kuhn, Sharon Paster, Markham Johnson, Lily Martine, Blair Bradshaw, Daniel Phill, Gisela Colon, Kristina Quinones, Andrzej Karwacki, Tjasa Owen, Jean Claude Langer, Pierre Ivacheff, Jenn Shifflet, Julie Weiman, Bob Stang, April Dawn Parker, Bernadette Jiyong Frank, Jhina Alvarado, Kristine Mays, Linda Raynsford, Catherine Mackey, Jay Kelly, Heather Patterson, Ian Kimmerly, Jonah Burlingame, Mark Carvey, Monika Steiner, Michael Cutlip, Patrick St Clair, Paul Norwood, Camomile Hixon, Sheryl Daane Chesnut, Sidnea D’Amico

Jylian Gustlin, Rara Avis 58, 2012, Mixed media on panel, 60 x 60 inches

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Benjamin Anderson, Evening Swimmer, 2012, Oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches

Paule Dubois Dupuis, The Mask I Wear is One 1, 2011, Oil on canvas, 76 x 86 inches

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Studio 391 39102 Ocean Drive, Gualala, CA 95445 Tel 707-884-9065 Fax 413-771-6556 www.studio391.net info@studio391.net

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Carol Kozal, Gallery Director/Owner Studio 391 is an award-winning fine art gallery specializing in photography, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, glass and mixed media by local, regional and nationally established artists. The gallery is located in the Cypress Village Gallery District in Gualala, California on the Sonoma/Mendocino Coast. Artists Represented Paul Kozal, Kim Kauffman, Yuko Ishii, Lucienne Bloch, Christopher Burkett, Lyle Gomes, Chip Hooper, Rolfe Horn, Roman Loranc, DavidJohn Lotto, Ryuijie, Unai San Martin, Wendy Schwartz, Charles Waldman, Steve Worthington, James Aarons, Emma Luna, Andy Rogers, Karen Shapiro, Treg Silkwood and more.

Paul Kozal, After The Rain, 2010, Fuji Crystal Archive Print, 24 x 32 inches

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Studio Quercus

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385 26th Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-452-4670 www.studioquercus.com info@studioquercus.com

Susan Sharman, Gallery Director; Kyle Milligan, Co-founder; Susan Casentini, Co-founder; Tim Sharman, Curator Founded in 2008 and established as a non-profit in 2010, Studio Quercus is a visual and performing arts exhibition space. An artistsrun organization, Studio Quercus provides a conducive and congenial space and exceptional support for visual and performing artists to show their work. It is a place that cultivates creative exploration and an exchange of ideas, allowing for the unexpected to happen. We uphold our mission with a great variety of multi-discipline programs, including individual and group exhibitions, live music, film screenings, performing arts events, and artist talks. Visual artists who have been featured at Studio Quercus: Tim Sharman, Alex Jackson, Leonard Van Noord, Susan Danis, Sheri Tharp, Susan Lefkowich, Andrew Romanoff, David Martin, Kyle Milligan, Susan Danis, Joy Broom, and others.

Actor (Tim Sharman), Still Life with Watermelon, Doof and geraniums

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The Studio Shop 244 Primrose Road, Burlingame, CA 94010 Tel 650-344-1378 Fax 650-344-0545 www.thestudioshop.com art@thestudioshop.com

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Carl Martin, Director; Janet Martin, Managing Partner; Kristen Benson, Gallery Manager; Julie Venosa, Art Consultant The Studio Shop has been situated in Burlingame, CA for 97 years and provides a comfortable gallery space to view contemporary Northern California and international artists. Paintings, sculpture and mixed media works represent a range of California traditions covering abstract and representational art. The Studio Shop also provides a full range of art services including art consulting, archival framing, art conservation, installation and shipping. Artists Represented Jung Han Kim, Kalani Engles, Melinda Cootsona, Mirang Wonne, Daniel Phill, Dominique Caron, Martine Jardel, Carol Aust, Tom Soltesz, Pat Sherwood, Neal Boor, Ron Donoughe, Fred Yokel, Jin-Seob Yun, Ana Lazovsky, Ken Christensen and others.

Jung Han Kim, California and Mason, 2012, Oil on canvas, 24 x 34 inches

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ten472 Contemporary Art Box 1053, Nevada City, CA 95959 Tel 707-484-2685 Fax 707-484-2685 www.ten472.com info@ten472.com

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Hanne Sorensen, Co-Director; Catherine Conlin, Gallery Associate; Elisabett Gudmann, Co-Director ten472 is a contemporary art space located in Northern California. Our focus is on presenting artwork from regional and national artists with an emphasis on sculpture. Artists Represented Matt Duffin, Elisabett Gudmann, Kurt Steger, Kirk H. Slaughter

Matt Duffin, Bright Ideas, 2012, Encaustic on panel, 22 x 21 inches

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Tsarak Art 27339 Dewdrop Ave., Canyon Country, CA 91351 Tel 310-923-2453 www.tsarakart.com manager@tsarakart.com

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Pema Thaye, Director; Kunzang Thaye, Studio Assistant; Lhawang Thaye, Apprentice; Jessica Guillou, Secretary Tsarak Art represents a unique variety of traditional Tibetan and contemporary fine art creations by world renowned Master Artist Pema Namdol Thaye. Viewing by appointment only. Artists Represented Pema Namdol Thaye

Pema Namdol Thaye, Gateway to Shangri-la, 2007, Water Color, 20 x 30 inches

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Vessel Gallery 471 25th Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-893-8800 510-610-3649 www.vessel-gallery.com info@vessel-gallery.com Lonnie Lee, Owner / Executive Director / Curator; Ken Ehrhardt, Managing Partner

Vessel Gallery, originally founded in 2004 by owner / curator Lonnie Lee in Berkeley, CA, relocated in 2010 to the heart of the vibrant Oakland Art Murmur district. Since its inception, Vessel Gallery has dedicated itself to emerging and established artists by promotion of their works to private collectors, institutions, and through exhibitions. Solo and group shows curated and directed by Lee feature highly individualized and distinctive painting, sculpture, new media, and installation by regional and internationally recognized artists. Artists Represented Bryson Bost, Natalie Cartwright, Pamela Merory Dernham, Ema, Donald Fortesque, Jon Gariepy, Nancy Genn, Gordon Glasgow, William Harsh, Luke Heimbigner, Maru Hoeber, Liz Koerner, Christy Kovacs, Beili Liu, Walter James Mansfield, Mari Marks, Morgania Moore, John Ruszel, Wayne Shaffer, Cyrus Tilton, Sanjay Vora, Allyce Wood

Cyrus Titlon, The Olive Branch, 2011, Concrete, steel, wire, muslin, twine, wood, papier-mĂĄchĂŠ, 32 x 22 x 34 inches

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Villa del Arte Galleries Calle Tapineria 39, Barcelona, Catalunya, 08002 Spain Tel +34 93 268 06 73 Fax +34 93 310 34 35 www.villadelarte.com info@villadelarte.com Sloterweg 1210, Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 1066CV Holland Tel +31670727903

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Bert van Zetten, Director; Marcel Huisman, Director; Nemo Jantzen Director; Jody van Zetten, Sales Manager Villa del Arte Galleries was founded in Barcelona in 1996 by Bert van Zetten, Nemo Jantzen, Jutta and Marcel Huisman. Currently representing over thirty artists Villa del Arte has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries receiving both national and international acclaim. With a collection of consistent high quality and wide variety of art showing in both the galleries Villa del Arte has successfully participated in numerous international art fairs and has captured the attention of collectors and art lovers around the world. Artists Represented Fernando Adam, Fernando Alday, Francisca Ahlers, Marc Harrold, Shayle Flesser, Tim Garwood, Christiaan Lieverse, Francois Nielly, Juan Pajares, Willy Rojas, Lukas Ulmi, Stephan Zirwes

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

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The Wall Gallery 473 25th Street, Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-282-0412 Fax 510-282-0412 www.thewallgallery.blogspot.com slomprey@sbcglobal.net

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Steve Lomprey, Owner A contemporary fine art venue for established and emerging artists. Located in the heart of the Oakland Art Murmur district,The Wall Gallery hosts a new artist starting each first friday of the month to coincide with The Oakland Art Murmur’s monthly first friday event. The popular First Friday event has grown to include not only gallery receptions but also street performances, one-night art installations, and social and political activities. Attracting gangs of bicyclists, BART riders, and carpoolers, from across the Bay Bridge and beyond the Caldecott tunnel, the Oakland Art Murmur continues to blossom and be supported by the community of Oakland. Over 5,000 people attend the monthly event. Artists Represented Andrew Marcus, John Hersey, Steve Lomprey, Brian Conery, Jenny Robinson

Steve Lomprey, SPAIN, 2/18/2012, Mixed Media and Silver Leaf on Panel, 72 x 72 inches

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Warehouse416

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416 26th St., Oakland, CA 94612 Tel 510-922-1653 www.warehouse416.com gallery@warehouse416.com

Angela Scrivani, Curator/Gallery Manager; Gina Scrivani, Events Manager; Ron Scrivani, Gallery Owner Warehouse416 Gallery shows all forms of visual art by outsider and emerging artists with a unique and edgy style. The gallery caters to Oakland’s diverse demographic of art lovers, making sure everyone who walks through the door can afford a piece of artwork. Sprinkled into its eclectic programming, Warehouse416 annually hosts ‘A Small Art Show’ in December showcasing 25 local artists small works for purchase under $200 and ‘Spring Cleaning’, our current May exhibition, packed with 20 past artists works priced near or below $500. Warehouse416 is a family owned and operated gallery in Oakland’s Uptown/North Gate district. Ron and Chris Scrivani, with the desire to create a community space, purchased the building in 2000 and began hosting programming from Toastmasters to seasonal parties and eventually art shows. Daughter Angela Scrivani began curating in 2009, pulling talent from the community she, as an Oakland native, grew up with. Since 2000, the Scrivani family has proudly participated in the transformation of this burgeoning neighborhood, now home to countless galleries, restaurants, bars, and music venues. By showing a wide range of artwork, Warehouse416 intends to place artwork in everyone’s hands and empower the lush Oakland art community.

Angela Scrivani, Bar Scene, Silver gelatin print, hand made wood frame, 16 x 20 inches

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Westbrook Modern Westbrook Contemporary 6th & Dolores Streets, Carmel, CA 93921 Tel 831-625-2288 Fax 831-625-9774 www.westbrookgalleries.com info@westbrookgalleries.com

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Brian Westbrook, Owner; Christine Westbrook, Owner; Christie Hajela Westbrook Modern specializes in American and European modern art from the Post WW II period through the early 1980’s. Westbrook Contemporary represents a select group of mid- and late-career painters and sculptors. We also have a brokerage of blue chip works and act as advisors to clients worldwide. Artists Represented John Grillo, Robert Natkin, Ron Davis, Karl Kasten, Ilya Bolotowsky, Michael Loew, Robert DeNiro Sr., Joan Brown, Joan Mitchell, Dennis Hare, Gustavo Ramos Rivera, Ham Sup, Carolyn Cole, Don Morris, Ron Lion, Christopher Ries

Dennis Hare, Boat Day, 2012, Oil on Board, 60 x 80 inches

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White Wings Press 3004 West Logan Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647 Tel 773-489-5760 Fax 708-352-6528 www.whitewingspress.com whitewingspress@gmail.com Teresa James, Director; Kari McCluskey, Gallery Assistant White Wings Press is located in Chicago’s historical Logan Square neighborhood. By invitation only, guest artists come and collaborate on print projects. We specialize in vintage processes such as etching, wet plate collodion photography and photogravures. Artists Represented Fred Stonehouse, Gary Baseman, Julie Farstad, Jenny Schmid, Audrey Niffenegger, Dennis Schommer and Michael Krueger

Kari Laine, The Hour of Wordless Prayer, 11 x 14 inches

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Matthew Schommer, Bjork, 22 x 22 inches

Teresa James, and So It Begins, 42 x 59 inches

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Yares Art Projects 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel 505-984-0044 Fax 505-984-0047 www.yaresartprojects.com contact@yaresartprojects.com Dennis Yares, Owner; Manuel Garcia, Director; David Solomon, Gallery Assistant Artists Represented Milton Avery, Norman Bluhm, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Sarah Frost, Douglas Kent Hall, Hans Hofmann, Martin Horowitz, Emily Kimball, Robert Motherwell, Manuel Neri, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Jeff Overlie, Esteban Vicente.

Kenneth Noland, Citron, 1960-61, Magna acrylic on canvas, 79 x 78 inches

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Friedel Dzubas, Past, 1961, Oil on canvas, 88.5 x 64 inches

Milton Avery, Brown Sea,1960, Oil on canvas, 50 x 72 inches

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White Walls 835 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 Tel 415-931-1500 www.whitewallssf.com tova@whitewallssf.com

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Justin Giarla, Owner/Founder/Curator; Tova Lobatz, Director; Jennifer Goff, Press Relations; Jenny Darland, Registrar White Walls has worked for nearly a decade to exist as the premiere destination for urban art in the Bay Area. By showcasing culturally significant works by the most progressive artists working today, White Walls elevates street-based art to fine art. Combined with Shooting Gallery just next door, this 4,000 square foot space is one of the largest galleries on the West Coast. Justin Giarla founded the gallery in 2005 with a commitment to furthering the urban art movement, drawing directly from street art and graffiti culture. Named for its plain white walls, the gallery takes a backseat to the real focus: the work of our artists. Artists Represented Blek le Rat, Eine, Hush, Greg Gossel, Russell Young, Casey Gray, Augustine Kofie, ROA, Herakut, Meggs, Ben Frost, CANLOVE

Greg Gossel, Obsession 1, 2011, Mixed Media on Canvas, 115 x 75 inches

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Zemack Contemporary Art 68 Hey B-iyar St., Tel Aviv, Israel, 62198 Tel +97236915060 Fax +97236914582 www.zcagallery.com info@zcagallery.com

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Lior Yael Ohad, Director Zemack Contemporary Art Gallery, ZCA Gallery, was established out of a desire to give a unique expression and focus to figurative art created by established and internationally recognized Israeli artists. Additionally, ZCA Gallery represents and introduces internationally recognized figurative artists to the local Israeli art scene. Artists Represented The gallery represents Philippe Pasqua, Osvaldo Romberg, Ofer Lellouche, Yigal Ozeri, Lena Liv, Jan Rauchwerger, Yuval Yairi, Lee Yanor and Eran Shakine.

Yuval Yairi, MemoVan 3, 2010, Photograph, 30 x 45 icnhes

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Acknowledgements A thank you to the many individuals and organizations who have contributed to the success of the 2012 SF Fine Art Fair. Academy of Arts Mark Aiston Ancien Wine ArtCare artstrong bags James Bacchi, ArtHaus Russel Baldon, Furniture Dept. CCA Barbara Llewellyn Catering Bartenders Unlimited Daniel Berman, MPA California College of Art DeWitt Cheng David Faulk/Michael Johnstone, Verashere Don Farnsworth, Magnolia Editions Wanda Hansen and William T. Wiley Seb Hamamjian Sarah Hasselwood, SPACE Hawaiian Water Honest Tea John Berggruen Gallery

Kim Harrington Photography Caroline Krogh-Jensen, BoConcepts Ma(i)sonry Napa Vallery Winery Jodie Medeiros, SF Bike Coalition The New York Times Dan Nguyen-Tan, PUBLIC bikes Tanya Nolan, Los Angeles Art Association Oakland Art Murmur Paddle8 David Perry, David Perry Associates, PR Eric Romano, SPACE SF Arts Council SFMTA Sotheby’s International Reality Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig Treasure Island Wines Verve Coffee Roasters Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Zico

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Commemorative poster by famed Bay Area artist Michael Schwab available for purchase at the Opera Gift Shop.

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June 8–July 3

celebrate the 25th anniversary of an american masterpiece! From the composer of Doctor Atomic, this “musically exhilarating... audacious and moving” (The New York Times) re-creation of the American president’s visit to China makes its long-awaited Bay Area debut. Opera BOx Office Mon 10am–5pm, Tue–Sat 10am–6pm

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