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Jim Kempner Fine Art Thurs 8 Feb 2024 to Sun 10 Mar 2024 501 West 23rd St, NY 10011 Tue-Sat 10am-6pm Sun 12pm-5pm

Jim Kempner Fine Art is pleased to present, Faces & Figures, an exhibition featuring an eclectic collection of portraits and figures in various mediums by 40 artists. The showcase includes a rare museum poster from the iconic movie HEAD, created by Gerd Stern and USCO, a set of dancing lenticular figures by Julian Opie and a huge, startling unique woodcut from Christian Marclay’s Scream series put together from Japanese manga imagery. The exhibition spans ten decades stretching from a classic 1933 drypoint by Picasso of a cubist head to a brand new set of etchings by Cecily Brown, The Five Senses. A salon style wall of portraits includes an Anxious Man etching by Rashid Johnson, a reduction linocut of Lucas Samaras by Chuck Close, a Henry Miller lithograph and a self portrait by Carole Freeman among many others. Please drop by and ENJOY. Curated by: Jim Kempner & Christopher Beane

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“A great portrait is always more a portrait of the painter than of the painted.” -Samuel Butler



































DERRICK ADAMS Derrick Adams (b. 1970 in Baltimore) is an American visual and performance artist and curator. His work probes the influence of popular culture on the formation of self-image, and the relationship between man and monument as they coexist and embody one another. Adams is also deeply immersed in questions of how African American experiences intersect with art history, American iconography, and consumerism. His tendency to layer, hybridize, and collage not only images and materials, but also different types of sensory experiences, link the artist to an estimable lineage of pioneers ranging from Hannah Höch and Henri Matisse, to William H. Johnson and Romare Bearden. Adams’ work resides in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Birmingham Museum of Art.

Mirroring Idealism, 2021 Wall relief of UV curable pigment on mirror dibond 28 1/4 x 53 1/2 x 3” Edition of 40

Party Guest 1& 2 (We Came to Party and Plan), 2020 Screenprint, relief, fabric, and collage 24 x 18” each Edition of 50


Katelyn Alain has exhibited in solo and group shows at galleries across the United States including Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art (New York, NY), Curtis Gallery (New Canaan, CT), Skotia Gallery (Santa Fe, NM), Thinkspace (Los Angeles, CA), Stricoff Fine Art (New York, NY), and Dedee Shattuck Gallery (Westport, MA). Her work has been featured in publications including The Wall Street Journal, American Art Collector Magazine, Studio Visit Magazine, and Juxtapoz. In early 2020 she was a visiting artist and guest lecturer at Brooklyn College as part of the GASU visiting artist

Treading in Time Space, 2017 Oil on canvas 48 x 36”

VINCENT ARCILESI Vincent J. Arcilesi (1932–2022) was a New York-based Contemporary figurative and landscape artist. His work has been shown internationally at prominent museums and galleries throughout the mid-20th and early 21st centuries. He has also been featured in various notable publications such as Art in America, The New York Times, Huffington Post, Gallery & Studio Magazine, and American Artist. His work resides in museum collections, including The Hirshorn Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Krannert Art Museum, and the Illinois State Museum. Arcilesi created large-scale murals, small oil paintings, drawings and lithographs, Arcilesi’s style shifted cyclically throughout his life from European Classicism, Abstract Expressionism, Avant-Garde, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, and Italian Renaissance.

Summer Afternoon, 1960 Oil on canvas 61 x 51”

Vincent’s Muse and Rodney’s Box, 1968 Oil on canvas 60 x 48”


“When I agreed to write an essay for Beane’s book (Beane Flower. Artisan, 2008), at the request of a mutual friend, I had no idea I would be writing about one of the greatest photographers I have ever run across. It was easy enough for me to locate his position in the history of photography and art as a whole. I saw its importance immediately. Such an approach hardly begins to meet the challenge of explaining his work.” -Curator and Art Historian, Anthony F. Janson

After studying photography at the renowned Rhode Island School of Design, Christopher Beane moved to NYC, where he currently resides. In the mid-1990s, Beane stumbled across and became seduced by the early morning alchemy of the 28th street flower market - he found his unforeseen muse. Imports of both local and foreign became the artist’s subject matter for the next several decades. He began by first documenting. Then he slowly started to formulate his own unique fingerprint in the fine art world. Noted curator and art historian, Anthony F. Janson proclaims Beane to be “the love child of Georgia O’Keefe and Robert Mapplethorpe” (Beane Flower. Artisan, 2008). Since finding his inspiration, Beane has devoted years to his subjects, amassing a vast archive of works. He began with his early, effortless, pure black and whites which soon evolved into wonderful color studies that matured into magical mixed media studies. Transitions from his camouflage studies of orchids and exotics have matured into the complex, layered compositions of his Baroquecoco series in which his painted collaged cutouts contrast and disguise the most seductive of pistils and petals. In this series, he challenges the viewer’s perspective with rich detail, grandeur and flamboyance. His multiple variations and combinations seem incredulous, yet correct. Abstract movement and gestures evoke the sensuousness found in the natural world. This energy is reminiscent of his past series entitled Orgy, as well as the infinite color spectrum present in his decade-long Ranunculus studies. His Baroquecoco series seems to encapsulate the past and absorb ‘all’ in the post-everything environment of today.

Casa Studies XII, 2018 Mixed media 14 3/4 x 20 3/4”

Casa Studies VIII, 2018 Mixed media 11 1/2 x 8 1/2”

Casa Studies VI, 2018 Mixed media 11 1/2 x 8 1/2”

Ana Benaroya Ana Benaroya (born 1986) depicts female bodies that push against gender and societal norms. Their intensely colored figures are bursting with energy, their exaggerated muscles and breasts refusing to be contained as they dissolve the binary between the male and the female form. In a world devoid of men, their sensuality is their own and they know how to flaunt it for themselves and on their own terms. They capture the intensity of lesbian desire, projecting confidence in the way they hold their bodies and engage the viewer. Benaroya has long been fascinated by the superhero-esque male body that dominated the comics of her youth and she continues to draw on the legacy of comics and caricature in her work, citing artists like Peter Saul, Carroll Dunham and Tom of Finland as inspiration. She is keenly aware of the subversive power of humor and toes the line between funny and serious in her depictions of violence, sexuality and desire. Ana Benaroya received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA in Painting from Yale University. She has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Venus Over Manhattan, New York; Carl Kostyal Gallery, London; Ross + Kramer, New York; and Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, among others. Benaroya’s work can be found in the collections of institutions such as the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; Pérez Art Museum, Miami; The High Art Museum, Atlanta; and the Zuzeum Art Center, Riga.

Angel Eyes, 2022 Silkscreen in artist designed frame 24 x 20” Edition of 30

The Swans, 2023 19 color silkscreen with aluminum leaf 47 5/8 x 71” Edition of 15

Bette Blank After getting a PhD in Engineering, Bette Blank quit her “day job” in 2000 to paint and sculpt full time, after working for 35 years and working on a few paintings a year. In the 17 years since then, she has shown at Gallery Schlesinger from 2001 to 2007 and at Adam Baumgold Gallery from 2007 to the present, both in New York City. Her work is in the permanent collection of The Jewish Museum in NY and in several NJ museums as well as the Fine Print Collection of the Newark Public Library. She received a NJ printmaking fellowship at the Brodsky Center at Rutgers in 2009. Bette has had solo shows at Gallery Schlesinger, Adam Baumgold Gallery, The Hunterdon Museum and the New Jersey Center for Visual Art and in other venues, and has been in many group shows. The Contemporary Freudian Society and the Chatham Bookseller use her paintings on their websites as well as having illustrations in and on the cover of several books.

The Queen, 2006 Oil on canvas 12 x 12”

Freud in Pink Tie, 2021 Oil on canvas 20 x 16”

Cecily Brown (born 1969) is a scale paintings that blend abst work of old and modern maste of sexuality and desire. Brown parallels to abstract expression imbued with supple figures an have been traditionally associa

Brown has held solo exhibition in Munich, the Louisiana Muse England, the Oxford Museum Niemeyer in Brazil, among oth R. Guggenheim Museum, New um of Modern Art, New York; Washington D.C.; and the Tate

London born, New York based artist, best known for her largetraction and figuration. Her richly painted images often use the ers such as Rubens and Degas as a starting point to explore themes n’s bold, gestural brushstrokes and command of painting have drawn nists like de Kooning, but her singular approach to abstraction, nd eroticism, removes her work from the masculine undertones that ated with the movement.

ns at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Pinakothek der Moderne eum in Denmark, Museum of Fine Art Boston, Blenheim Palace in of Modern Art, Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofia, and the Museo Oscar hers. Brown’s work can be found in the collections of the Solomon w York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; MuseEssl Museum, Austria; Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, e Gallery, London among others.


Starting from the top left going clockwise: The Five Senses (Sight), The Five Senses (Taste), The Five Senses (Smell), The Five Senses (Touch), The Five Senses (Sound), 2023 Etching, 14 x 20” each, edition of 25

MARC CHAGALL Russian-born painter, lithographer, etcher and designer. Born in Vitebsk of a deeply religious Jewish family. First artistic instruction under Penn, a local painter, then spent 1907-10 in St Petersburg, where he entered the Imperial School for the Protection of the Fine Arts, and later studied under Bakst. Lived 191014 in Paris, where he met Apollinaire, Delaunay, Leger, Modigliani and Lhote. Somewhat influenced by Cubism, but differed from it in his love of fantasy. First one-man exhibition at the Galerie Der Sturm, Berlin, 1914. Returned to Russia the same year and had to remain there because of the war. After the Revolution, appointed Fine Arts Commissar for the province of Vitebsk and directed an art academy; also executed murals for Granovsky’s Jewish Theatre in Moscow. Spent 1922-3 in Berlin, then 1923-40 in Paris, except for visits to Egypt, Palestine, Holland, Spain, Portugal and Italy; in addition to paintings, made illustrations for Gogol’s Dead Souls, La Fontaine’s Fables and the Bible. In the USA as a refugee 1941-7, then returned to France, settling in 1950 at Vence. His later works include a new ceiling painting for the Paris Opéra and, from 1957 a number of commissions for stained glass. Lives in Saint-Paul-de-Vence.

Self Portrait with Grimace, 1924-1925 Etching and aquating 20 7/8 x 15 3/8” Edition of 100

LONG-BIN CHEN Long-Bin Chen is a self-taught artist from Taiwan who gathers discarded books and magazines for his sculpture busts of Buddhas and other historical figures, giving a renewed value to the meaning of discarded supplies. Incorporating texts that are relevant to a particular sculpture, Chen seeks to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those of the West. His use of recycled materials stresses the challenges presented by endless human consumption and waste and comments on the changes of information documentation brought about by modern technology. Chen was the recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Award in 1996, and was given a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, in both 1997 and 1998. He has exhibited widely across the United States, Germany, Taiwan, and China. His work is in the collections of Deutsche Bank Art, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, the University of Oregon, the Patrick Koenig Collection Poet House, the John Guyfrend Collection, the Sarabhai Family Collection, the West Collection, the Taiwan National Museum, the Osaka Culture Bureau, Allan Chasanoff, the Suho Paper Museum, among others.

Beethoven, 2006 Oil on canvas 12 x 12”

BRETT CRAWFORD Painter, metal sculptor, street artist, toy designer, and illustrator are only a few of the titles Southern California based artist Brett Crawford holds up his sleeve. Not bound by any one specific skill, this multi-talented artists work can be seen on walls and in galleries across the country. Brett Crawford plays with surreal settings and fairytale imagery to evoke the observer’s imagination. Viewers must fully immerse themselves in each work to find the hidden story within. Here, there are no wrong answers. Each piece is an intentional collaborative exchange designed to stimulate creativity in the observer. Trailed throughout the collection are familiar pop references and iconic symbols, conspicuously placed like Easter eggs as incentives to delve deeper into his reality of limitless love and inspiration.

BLU3, 2021 Resin, stainless steel, and paint 39 x 19 1/2 x 16 1/2” Edition of 35

R3D, 2021 Resin, stainless steel, and paint 39 x 19 1/2 x 16 1/2” Edition of 35


Born in Portland, Oregon, Richard Diebenkorn became a key figure in the Bay Area (San Francisco, Oakland) figurative school of painting. His early art talent was encouraged by his grandmother, and at Stanford University, he studied oil painting with Victor Arnautoff and Daniel Mendelowitz. He served in the active reserves during World War II and attended the University of California, Berkeley where he studied with but was not greatly influenced by abstract expressionist, Hans Hofmann. He credited Edward Hopper, Paul Cezanne, and Arshile Gorky as major influences on his painting. In 1959, he attended the University of New Mexico, taught at the University of Illinois in 1952, and returned to Berkeley in late 1953. There he painted from the model with David Park and Elmer Bischoff, but feeling constricted he began driving around seeking outdoor landscape subjects and also began his series of peopled interiors. His renunciation of abstraction for more realistic figures was the beginning of the Bay Area figurative school, an alternative to the mainstream. A typical Diebenkorn figure is usually a woman in a room, often with his wife, Phyllis, posed as the model. Usually the figures are expressionless, lonely, and acquiescent seeming. However, in the late 1960s, he returned to abstraction, shifting planes of color, inspired by seeing Matisses at the Hermitage in Russia. This influence led to his “Ocean Park” series, begun in 1967 after moving to Santa Monica. In the early 1980s, he began the closing chapter to his work, which was the depiction of heraldic emblems in collage and gouache.

Seated Woman Drinking from a Cup, 1965 Lithograph 27 3/10 x 20 1/2” Edition of 100

CAROLE FREEMAN “These transporting portraits are beautiful meditations in paint on great women and men… Each is rendered lovingly and intensely; the works impart that the chariot to greatness comes in many forms and that every artist is also one of these mighty figures, laboring with passion in private shadows.” JERRY SALTZ, New York Magazine, April 15, 2018 Carole Freeman is an American / Canadian contemporary figurative artist known for evocative portraits and narrative paintings of cultural, social, political, and personal significance. The subjects of her pictures are intensely rendered with a distinctive intimacy, whether they are celebrities, artists, historical or newsworthy figures, family, friends, or strangers. Her paintings, produced with gestural brush marks and a command of drawing, are processed through close observation, empathy, and an instinctual understanding of the time in which she lives. Am alumna of the Royal College of Art, London, UK, Freeman has exhibited in international solo and group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Toronto. She has been a visiting artist at the Department of Visual Art, Brown University and a guest panelist presenting her work at the Canadian Arts Summit at the Banff Centre. Her work has been featured in publications such as New York Magazine, The Guardian, Artnet News, The Globe and Mail. She has completed commissions for private collectors Guy and Nora Baron and Lord and Lady Glentorran, critics Roberta Smith and Jerry Saltz, art dealers Leslie Sacks and Jim Kempner, and more.

Me?, 2024 Oil on canvas 20 x 16”

The Musician, the Country Boy, the C

Colonel, the Banker, and the Missing Artist, 2024 Oil on canvas 60 x 60”

LUCIAN FREUD A British painter and draughtsman, specialising in figurative art, and is known as one of the foremost 20th-century English portraitists. He was born in Berlin, the son of Jewish architect Ernst L. Freud and the grandson of Sigmund Freud. Freud got his first name “Lucian” from his mother in memory of the ancient writer Lucian of Samosata. His family moved to England in 1933, when he was 10 years old, to escape the rise of Nazism. He became a British naturalized citizen in 1939. From 1942 to 1943 he attended Goldsmiths’ College, London. He served at sea with the British Merchant Navy during the Second World War. His early career as a painter was influenced by surrealism, but by the early 1950s his often stark and alienated paintings tended towards realism. Freud was an intensely private and guarded man, and his paintings, completed over a 60-year career, are mostly of friends and family. They are generally sombre and thickly impastoed, often set in unsettling interiors and urban landscapes. The works are noted for their psychological penetration and often discomforting examination of the relationship between artist and model. Freud worked from life studies, and was known for asking for extended and punishing sittings from his models.

Head of Bruce Bernard, 1985 Etching 20 x 18 1/2” Edition of 20

BRUCE GILBERT Bruce Gilbert is an award winning New York City-based portrait photographer/photojournalist. His blend of lighting expertise, humor and passion for the unexpected are his photo signature. Bruce’s work has appeared in such notable publications as Vanity Fair, Time Magazine, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, U.S. News and World Report, Der Spiegel, Paris Match, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Chicago Tribune. His client list of national organizations, universities and corporations includes the American Federation of Teachers, the UJA, the Earth Institute at Columbia University, Columbia University Law School, Rockefeller University, Fordham University, the University of Chicago, Marquette University, St. Louis University, Sarah Lawrence College, IBM, GE Credit Corp., MCI/Worldcom and Freddie Mac. Bruce graduated from Boston University and was a staff photographer at Newsday and The Miami Herald. His awards include Pictures of the Year, Northern Short Course, Southern Short Course, California Photographer of the Year, Atlanta Seminar, National Press Photographers, New York Press Photographers, and from the Associated Press. He travels extensively, both nationally and internationally, for work and pleasure.

Scarlett Johansson, 2003 C-print 11 3/4 x 8 3/4” Edition of 10

LUIS GONALEZ PALMA Born in Guatemala 1957, lives and works in Córdoba, Argentina. Among his personal exhibitions we can mention: The Art Institute of Chicago (USA); The Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, (USA); The Australian Center for Photography, Australia; Palace of Fine Arts of Mexico; The Royal Festival Hall in London; Palazzo Ducale di Genova, Italy; MACRO and Castagnino Museums in Rosario, Argentina; Telefónica Foundation in Madrid, Galician Center for Contemporary Art, Santiago de Compostela, University of Navarra Museum, Spain; and in photography festivals such as Photofest in Houston, Bratislava in Slovakia, Les Rencontres de Arles in France, Singapore, Bogotá; San Pablo and Caracas among others. He received the Grand Prix Photo España “Baume et Mercier” in 1999 and collaborated with the staging of the Opera production “The death and the maiden” at the Malmö Opera in Sweden in 2008. He has published monographs of his work, among which we can mention “Poems of sorrow” by Arena Ediciones; “The silence of the gaze” at Ediciones Pelliti in Rome; “Luis González Palma”, La Fábrica Editions, Spain; “Tu/My pleasure” in collaboration with Graciela De Oliveira, Editorial Documenta/Escénicas, Córdoba, Argentina; “Möbius”, University of Navarra Museum, Tender Puentes project, Spain; “On the Poetic Image, Correspondences Luis González Palma and Llorenç Raich Muñoz” with an open letter and intervention by Chantal Maillard, Editorial Muga, Spain and “The bones of the water” Ediciones Anómalas, Spain.

La Corona, 1989 Hand varnished gelatin silver print 19 1/2 x 19 1/2” Edition of 15

GIANFRANCO GORGONI Gianfranco Gorgoni was an Italian-born photographer. In 1968, Gorgoni came to the United States from Rome, Italy, and soon after met Leo Castelli, who advised him how to meet young up-and-coming artists of the day. He had been a successful commercial and fashion photographer in Italy but had become enthralled with the new art movements blossoming in Europe and the States. After photographing artists for an article in the Italian magazine L’Espresso, Gorgoni wanted to continue exploring that world. Castelli introduced him to his stable of artists including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Serra, and many others. This led to the book Beyond the Canvas, a remarkable visual record of the art world in the 1970’s and 80’s. One of the most important contributions to the art world is his documentation of the first Land Art Earthworks, including The Spiral Jetty by Robert Smithson, Michael Heizer’s motorcycle drawings in the desert sand, and Walter De Maria’s chalk drawings in the Mojave Desert. Gorgoni was also an accomplished photojournalist who freelanced for a number of major magazines including Time, Life, Fortune, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, as well as many from the international press. A few highlights of his career include talking his way into the American Embassy during the Iran Hostage crisis, witnessing a surprise visit by President Sadat of Egypt to the State of Israel, taking the last photo of the Argentinian warship Belgrano before the English sank it, and becoming acquainted with Fidel Castro in his attempt to document the real life of Cubans.

Untitled (Tehran, Iran), 1979 Gelatin silver print 16 1/2 x 12”

AKWASI GYAMBIBI Akwasi Gyambibi is my name. I was born and nurtured in a city called Tema, popularly known as the oil city in Ghana. Currently residing in New York city, Queens. I found the necessary happiness of childhood pleasure and entertainment through drawing and painting. This was the only activity that draws joy from my innermost self. This was where I began to realize my dream by building on my passion and releasing my potential to have an impact in the world. I attended Adonten High School and completed successfully and was encouraged to attend Ghanatta College of Arts and Design in Ghana where I obtained a Diploma in Art and the overall Best student to have exceptional skills in figure drawing and painting in 2007. From there, I then took my talent as a full time artist job. However, my artworks for some years have been mostly figurative portraiture, just that veils the history of modern life style, African activities, beliefs and stories, which have a profound impact in our contemporary culture today. My works explore universal themes of culture, race, politics and religion. I hope to communicate and connect with the world, to create a relationship with the viewers.

Ahofe Papabi (Just Beautiful), 2024 Pyrography and painting 24 x 24”

JEFFREY HARGRAVE Jeffrey Hargrave is a North Carolina born, African-American artist based in New York. Hargrave deals with representations of African-Americans, often putting them in the context of art history, remaking works by artists such as Matisse to include black figures, with racially charged stereotypical imagery. Tapping into his own memories of growing up in the midst of a sharply divided community, Hargrave translates his personal experiences into playful, yet biting images that mix art-history clichés and racial stereotypes. Ultimately, Courtesy of Ethan Cohen Gallery

Courtesy of Ethan Cohen Gallery

Black Olympia, 2024 Acrylic on canvas 18 x 24”

JESSICA HELFAND An artist, designer, and writer. She grew up in Paris and New York City, and received her BA and MFA from Yale University where she taught for more than two decades. A founding editor of Design Observer, she is the author of numerous books on visual and cultural criticism. The first-ever recipient, in 2010, of the Henry Wolf Residency at the American Academy in Rome, Jessica Helfand has been a Director’s Guest at Civitella Ranieri, a fellow at the Bogliasco Foundation, and the Artist in Residence at Caltech. She lives in New England.

As Plastic as Clay, 2024 Oil on canvas 20 x 16”

The Machinery of My Wits, 2024 Oil on canvas 20 x 16”

Your Memory Has Not Played Traunt Yet, 2024 Oil on canvas 20 x 16”


One of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. He is perhaps best known for his depictions of swimming pools, people, and landscapes around Los Angeles, as in his seminal work A Bigger Splash (1967). Hockney’s oeuvre ranges from collaged photography and Pop Art posters, to Cubist-inspired abstractions and plein-air paintings of the English countryside. Also working with printmaking, set design, and iPad drawings, Hockney credits Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse for influencing his distinctive and varied style. Hockney attended the Royal College of Art and studied under Francis Bacon and Peter Blake. In 1963, the artist traveled to California for the first time and fell in love with the bright sunshine and easygoing lifestyle. Since that time, Hockney has altered living and working between Yorkshire, United Kingdom, and Los Angeles, CA.

Brooke Hopper, 1976 Lithograph 37 x 28” Edition of 92

RASHID JOHNSON Born in Chicago in 1977, Rashid Johnson is among an influential cadre of contemporary American artists whose work employs a wide range of media to explore themes of art history, individual and shared cultural identities, personal narratives, literature, philosophy, matenality, and critical history. Johnson received a BA in Photography from Columbia College in Chicago and studied for his masters at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Johnson’s practice quickly expanded to embrace a wide range of media--including sculpture, painting, drawing, film making, and installation--yielding a complex multidisciplinary practice that incorporates diverse materials rich with symbolism and personal history. Johnsons work is known for its narrative embedding of a pointed range of everyday materials and objects, often associated with his childhood and frequently referencing aspects of history and cultural identity. Many of Johnson’s more recent works delve into existential themes such as personal and collective anxiety, interiority, and liminal space. Recent solo exhibitions include: ‘Seven Rooms and a Garden. Rashid Johnson + Moderna Museet’, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, 2023; ‘Rashid Johnson. Nudiustertian’, Hauser & Wirth, Hong Kong, 2023; ‘The Chorus’, The Metropolitan Opera, New York NY, 2021; ‘Summer Projects. Rashid Johnson’, Creative Time, New York, NY, 2021; ‘Rashid Johnson. Capsule’, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, 2021; ‘The Crisis’, Storm King Art Center, New Windsor NY; ‘Rashid Johnson. Waves’, Hauser & Wirth, London, UK, 2020; the touring exhibition ‘Rashid Johnson. The Hikers’ at the Aspen Art Museum, Aspen CO, the Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico and at Hauser & Wirth, New York, 2019; ‘Provocations. Rashid Johnson’, Institute for Contemporary Art, Richmond VA, 2018; ‘Rashid Johnson. No More Water’ at Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland, 2018 and ‘Rashid Johnson. Hail We Now Sing Joy’ at The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City MO which traveled to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee WI, 2017.

Untitled - Anxious Man, 2018 Softground etching 23 7/8 x 23 7/8” Edition of 25

CYNTHIA KARALLA “In order to understand all outside of us, we must look within ourselves.” Arthur Rimbaud Alchemist, activist and experimental artist Cynthia Karalla moves her practice along the edges of contemporary reality, spilling into the metaverse and bending time linearity. Starting as an architect-gone-photographer and then trained in fine arts, Karalla’s work is best understood as the process of turning negatives into positives, of shifting our perception of the things that happen in life, just like when she develops film. What is photography, if not a tool to redirect vision and reframe sight of the sensible? In the chaotic throwntogetherness of the post-digital reality we inhabit, the process of developing film becomes the means to navigate through relations, through the City, through bigger and smaller everyday life experiences. Meanwhile, hermetic philosophy has taught her to welcome the elements of unpredictability brought by the chemical magic of alchemical transformation.

Angels (from the Cracked Ribs Series), 2016 Digital print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta 30 x 30” Edition of 14

DEBORAH KASS Deborah Kass (b. 1952, San Antonio, TX) is a multidisciplinary artist examining the interactions of politics, pop culture, art history, and identity within a Pop art sensibility. Interested in ideas of appropriation and duplication, Kass works in a variety of media, including painting, prints, neon, sculpture, and installation. The artist blends together gender issues, feminism, and a keen sense of humor. Her art is geared to challenge contemporary gender norms and male-centric social structures. Throughout her career, the artist has championed feminist agendas within the art world and beyond.

Silver Deb, 2012 Color silkscreen inks on linen 24 x 24” Unique

Diamond Deb, 2013 Silkscreen with diamond dust 24 x 24” Edition of 40

ALEX KATZ Alex Katz is a contemporary American artist renowned for his large-format paintings of landscapes, flowers, and portraits of his wife Ada. Katz’s flattened forms and simplification of detail are trademarks of works such as Gray Day (1992). “We compete for audiences, as artists. I’m competing with the Abstract Expressionist guys. I’ll knock ‘em off the wall,” he once remarked. “If you put my work next to an aggressive A.E. painting, I’ll eat most of ‘em up. And I want to compete with the kids. I’m there with the kids.” Born on July 24, 1927 in Brooklyn, NY, as a young man, he attended the Cooper Union School of Art and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine. It was here that the artist first began to make plein-air paintings of the Maine landscape. During the mid-1950s, Katz fell into the small circle of artists known as the 10th Street Scene, which included Lois Dodd, Larry Rivers, and Fairfield Porter, among others. Over the following decades, he developed his hallmark style of painting while also experimenting with collage, printmaking, and painted aluminum cutouts. His work has served as a beacon of style to younger generations of artists, including Elizabeth Peyton and Julian Opie. Katz maintains residences in Lincolnville, ME, and New York, NY. Today, his works are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville, ME, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., among others.lifestyle. Since that time, Hockney has altered living and working between Yorkshire, United Kingdom, and Los Angeles, CA.

Straw Hat 2, 2022 Archival pigment print 48 x 36” Edition of 100

Straw Hat 3, 2022 Archival pigment print 75 1/2 x 42” Edition of 100


William Kentridge (South African, b.1955) is a filmmaker, draughtsman, and sculptor, and the son of Sydney Kentridge, one of South Africa’’s foremost anti-apartheid lawyers. After studying politics and African history at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg from 1973 until 1976, Kentridge studied Fine Art at the Johannesburg Art Foundation (1976–1978) and the École Jacques Lecoq in Paris. His interest in theater— specifically in acting and design—influenced his artistic style and inspired a desire to connect film and drawing. Kentridge’’s drawings, usually rendered using pastels and charcoal, were often created as studies for animated films. His work was further inspired by artistic satirists, including Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879), Francisco de Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828), and William Hogarth (British, 1697-1764). By the 1990s, Kentridge had established an international audience and reputation. His works have been exhibited in solo exhibitions at many museums, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Since the 1980s, Kentridge has been awarded various prizes, such as the Kaiserring Prize, the Carnegie Prize, the Standard Bank Young Artist Award, and the Red Ribbon Award for Short Fiction. He currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Universal Archive: Ref 33, 2012 Linocut printed on non-archival from shorter oxford English Dictionary 10 5/8 x 13 3/4” Edition of 20

Universal Archive: Ref 31, 2012 Linocut printed on non-archival from shorter oxford English Dictionary 10 5/8 x 13 3/4” Edition of 20

MARK KOSTABI Mark Kostabi is an American artist and composer best known for his paintings of faceless mannequin-like figures, often set in surrealistic landscapes or scenes from art history. His work explores a variety of themes, including suicide, love, and the role of technology in the modern world. The artist is commonly associated with his painting Use Your Illusion, which was the cover art for Guns N’ Roses’s album of the same name. Born on November 27, 1960 in Los Angeles, CA to Estonian immigrants, he studied art at California State University in Fullerton before moving to New York in 1982. During the mid-1980’s, Kostabi was an active participant in the East Village cultural scene, and became well known in the area for publishing self-interviews. Over the course of his career, the artist has cultivated a controversial media persona after claiming credit for works that were designed and executed by his assistants. Kostabi’s works are in the collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Princeton University Art Museum, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, among others. He currently divides his time between New York, NY and Rome, Italy.

Serene Surrender, 2024 Oil on canvas 20 x 20”

Sea of Devotion, 2024 Oil on canvas 11 x 11”

JOHN LENNON John and Yoko, knowing that their March 20, 1969 marriage would be a huge press event, decided to use the publicity to promote world peace. They spent their honeymoon in the presidential suite at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel for a week inviting the world’s press into their hotel room every day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. The press expected to see them having sex but instead the couple were sitting in bed, wearing pajamas—in John’s words “like angels”—talking about peace with signs over their bed reading “Hair Peace” and “Bed Peace”. After seven days, they flew to Vienna, Austria, where they held a Bagism press conference. The intent of Bagism was to satirize prejudice and stereotyping. Bagism involved literally wearing a bag over one’s entire body. According to John and Yoko, by living in a bag, a person could not be judged on the basis of skin colour, gender, hair length, attire, age, or any other such attributes. In a bag, you can achieve “total communication.”

Honeymoon, 1970 Lithograph 22 1/2 x 29 1/2” Edition of 300

SUZANNE LEVESQUE Suzanne Levesque (b. 1983, Luxembourg) is an American artist. She works in many media including drawings, paintings, objects and installations. Her work focuses on the ephemerality and vulnerability of human existence. “We struggle into being and then are subject to a string of moments we sort and combine, trying to understand our condition with a somewhat medical curiosity. Through paintings, drawings and sometimes installations I analyze this behavior by scrutinizing these blips and pings of human nature like specimens.” Levesque studied painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, Maryland (USA) on a DAAD scholarship (German Academic Exchange Service), with Mimi Gross and Raoul Middleman, among others. She lives and works in New York and Berlin.

Lull, 2023 Oil on linen 16 x 16”

Whirl, 2024 Oil on canvas 16 x 16”

Girl in the Picture, 2023 Oil on hand-stitched linen, polyester silk and altered music box 15 1/2 x 12”

Let’s Play, 2023 Vitreography with hand coloring 9 x 12” Edition of 50

Let’s Play, 2023 Vitreography with hand coloring 9 x 12” Edition of 50

Shrug, 2017 Oil and vellum on canvas 10 x 8”

CHRISTIAN MARCLAY Christian Marclay is a London and New York based visual artist and composer whose innovative work explores the juxtaposition between sound recording, photography, video and film. Marlcay was born in California in 1955 and raised in Geneva, Switzerland. His mother was American so he held a double nationality. He studied at the Ecole Supérieure d’Art Visuel from 1977–1980 in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1977–1980 he studied sculpture at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. He also studied as a visiting scholar at Cooper Union in New York in 1978. As a performer and sound artist Christian Marclay has been experimenting, composing and performing with phonograph records and turntables since 1979 to create his unique “theater of found sound,” influenced by Marcel Duchamp. Christian Marclay offers a unique, fresh and innovative voice that has inspired an entire generation of musicians, artists and theorists.

Scream (Four Slices), 2018 Woodcut 84 15/16 x 47 5/8” Unique work

JULIAN OPIE Julian Opie, born in February 1958 in London, is a prominent contemporary British artist associated with the YBA movement. He studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, and rose to fame for his minimalist approach to art. Opie is known for his distinctive representations of people, often utilizing computer-generated imagery and integrating digital and traditional media. His work, including iconic walking figures rendered in a simplified, pictogram-like style, is celebrated for its bold lines and vibrant colors. Opie’s pieces span various mediums, including painting, sculpture, and LED installations, and he has exhibited internationally, leaving a lasting impact on the contemporary art scene. His innovative contributions have earned him recognition in public and private collections worldwide.

Dancers, 2023 Set of 4 lenticular acrylic panels 66 7/8 x 36 3/8 x 1 5/8” each Edition of 55

SUSU PIANCHUPATTANA Susu was born and raised in Bangkok city, Thailand. She studied painting from the New York Studio School and graduated in 2007. Her time has been divided between Bangkok and the United States; living in several cities and currently at the Jersey Shore. She also plays drums in the band “Johnny Nameless”. Susu continues to establish her work with galleries, museums and private collectors around the world. Her work is regarded for its rich color and depth through layers of paint emphasizing figuration in an abstract gesture. Awards include the Hohenberg Travel Grant (Italy), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Fellowship), Masur Museum of Art’s 35th Annual Juried Competition (Best Painting), VCCA Resident Fellow (Virginia Center for the Creative Arts), Award of Merit at the 18th DaDun Fine Arts Exhibition of Taichung City (Taiwan), 2021 Mercedes Matter Award. “Significant in my work is a desire to face and accept the truth of nature, that we meet only to part. At times I look back and see that it is the unplanned experiences that are most valuable, each moment somehow connected to the next, building a greater story. Moments in time are key to the bonding of one person to another.” -Susu Pianchupattana

King, 2023 Oil on board 12 x 9”

Crushing the Leaves, 2023 Oil on board 16 x 12”

PABLO PICASSO Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), born in Málaga, Spain, was a revolutionary 20th-century artist. Displaying prodigious talent early on, he co-founded the Cubist movement, fundamentally reshaping artistic conventions with Georges Braque. Picasso’s diverse body of work, spanning paintings, sculptures, drawings, and ceramics, includes notable periods like the Blue Period, Rose Period, and exploration of Surrealism. His innovative contributions to modern art have left an enduring impact, influencing generations of artists. Picasso passed away on April 8, 1973, in Mougins, France, leaving behind a prolific and unparalleled legacy that continues to shape the course of art history.

Sculpture, Tete de Marie-Therese, 1933 Drypoint 18 1/2 x 14 1/2” Edition of 50

Mousquetaire, 1968 Drypoint and etching 13 1/8 x 19 1/4” Edition of 50

Portrait de Jacqueline Aux Cheveux Lisses,1962 Linocut 29 5/8 x 24 7/16” Edition of 50

ALISON SAAR Alison Saar (b. 1956 in Los Angeles, California) grew up in an artistic environment. Her mother is the acclaimed collagist and assemblage artist Betye Saar and her father, Richard Saar, was a painter and art conservator. Through her sculpture, drawings, and prints, Alison Saar explores the subjects of racism, sexism, ageism, and the specific challenges of being bi-racial in America. Saar’s style encompasses a multitude of personal, artistic, and cultural references that reflect the plurality of her experiences. She often incorporates found objects such as rough-hewn wood, old tin ceiling panels, nails, shards of pottery, and glass vessels into her sculptures or chooses to draw and print on vintage fabrics instead of paper. Her work depicts defiant and strong figures and boldly comments on issues relating to gender, race, heritage, and history. Saar received her BA from Scripps College and her MFA from Otis College of Art and Design. She has been awarded many distinguished honors, including a residency at the Studio Museum in Harlem and awards from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Foundation. She has been commissioned to create many public installations, including a sculpture for the Harriet Tubman Memorial in New York and a monument to the Great Northern Migration in Chicago. Most recently, she was commissioned to create a 12-foot-tall figural sculpture to coincide with her notable solo exhibition Of Aether and Earthe, presented by The Armory Center for the Arts and the Benton Museum of Art in 2020-21. A major exhibition of her prints was first shown at the University of North Texas before it toured to seven other institutions (2019-22). She has received the SGCI Lifetime Achievement Award in Printmaking, Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship, Anonymous Was A Woman grant, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and more. Her work can be found in numerous museum collections, including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum for American Art, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, to name a few. Alison Saar lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Black Bottom Stomp, 2017 Woodcut and linoleum cut on indigo dyed vintage quilt pieces 18 x 11 3/4” Edition of 18

JONATHAN SANTLOFER Jonathan Santlofer has had over 200 exhibitions worldwide. His work is in major public and private collections and has been written about extensively in such publications as Artforum, ArtNews, Art In America, and The New York Times. He has been the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts painting grants, a visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome, the Vermont Studio Center, and has had numerous residencies at Yaddo, the oldest arts community in the US, and is on the Board of Directors. He is also the author of five art-themed novels. Santlofer is represented by Pavel Zoubok Gallery and Jim Kempner Fine Art.

Michelangelo, 2023 Watercolor and ink 13 1/2 x 10”

Tennessee, 2023 India ink 13 1/2 x 10”


Jesse Scaturro Is a multidisciplinary artist currently working in paint and clay. Through his work Jesse explores themes of time, psychological space, and the adoption of randomness and the willingness to let chance select a direction. He is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts and received his MFA from Brooklyn College. He lives and works in Brooklyn NY.

Koo, 2021 Oil on canvas 24 x 18”

Muscle Beach, 2023 Oil on canvas 20 x 24”

How to Build a Better Chicken, 2021 Painted hydro stone 8 x 10 x 9”

Apollo and Daphne, 2016 Painted hydro stone 14 x 10”

CINDY SHERMAN Cindy Sherman rose to prominence with “Untitled Film Stills” (1977–80), a series of 69 photographs in which the artist captured herself reenacting pop culture clichés about women. In the years since, the artist—a major figure of the so-called Pictures Generation—has continued to photograph herself in various guises as she examines women’s roles in history and contemporary society. Sherman’s images range from the beautiful to the grotesque; she’s used elaborate costumes, extensive makeup, and wigs to build her characters and has, in recent years, embraced digital tools to further manipulate her images. Sherman has exhibited in multiple Venice Biennales and Whitney Biennials, and in institutions around the world. She has been awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, and her work regularly sells for seven figures on the secondary market.

Untitled (Madonna), 1975 Silver gelatin print on photo print 9 7/9 x 7 7/8” Edition of 300

KIKI SMITH Kiki Smith (b. 1954) is a contemporary American artist best known for her figural representations of mortality, abjection, and sexuality. With a special fascination with the body and bodily fluids, Smith often examines excreta such as blood, semen, and bile in carefully crafted sculptures that bear the influence of Surrealism. The multidisciplinary artist employs tattooing, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, textiles, and photography, to engage with a range of themes that relate to the human condition. Born in Nuremberg, Germany, she moved with her father the sculptor Tony Smith and mother the singer Jane Lawrence to South Orange, NJ while she was still a baby. The largely self-taught Smith enrolled in the Hartford Art School for a brief period of time before moving to New York in 1976. In New York, she quickly became a fixture of the Downtown arts scene of the time which included artists like David Hammons and Jenny Holzer. She continues to live and work in New York, NY. Smith’s works are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, among others.

Promising, 2018 Lithograph with silkscreen and foil 39 1/4 x 29 1/2” Edition of 28


Gazer, 2023 Bronze 18 1/4 x 10 1/2 x 5” Edition of 30

LYNN STEIN During a lifetime of painting, Stein has returned to several themes repeatedly; women, fashion, cinema, and movement. Most recently, depicting the luminosity of ambient, atmospheric and artificial light sources has provided her with a vocabulary that allows her to work looser and more abstractly in her oil paintings. “I use pop culture references focusing on celebrity, fashion, and cinema in combination with my private emotional life that changes from day to day. I find inspiration in the halls of the internet, as well as photos i take and interpret them using my imagination. Having grown up as the daughter of a staff LIFE photographer, I grew up thinking in pictures.” - Lynn Stein

O YOU CRAZY MOON, 2022 Oil on canvas 34 x 27”

“A Cat in Need of a Cigarette,” 2023 Watercolor 11 x 9”

Freshly Reupholstered, 2019 Watercolor pencil on paper 11 1/2 x 8””

GERD STERN & USCO Gerd Stern is a poet and multimedia artist with experience in both film and video. He emigrated to the United States as a refugee from Hitler in 1936 and later studied at the City College of New York and briefly at Black Mountain College. During the 1950s he befriended Beat poets such as Carl Solomon and Allen Ginsberg and was an active participant in the San Francisco art scene. He lived on a barge in Sausalito, worked as manager for Harry Partch and Maya Angelou, and hosted jam sessions with Chet Baker and other jazz musicians. He worked at public radio station KPFA and was a publicity agent and journalist, writing for Playboy and other magazines. Stern’s first show of electronic sculptures and collages was held at Allen Stone Gallery in 1962. In 1963 his one-person exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Art featured the multimedia performance “Who R U & What’s Happening,” which was also performed at the University of British Columbia with a lecture by Marshall McLuhan. In addition to cofounding USCO, Stern was president of the public company Intermedia Systems Corporation, and currently serves as president of Intermedia Foundation. He has published several books of poetry, including First Poems and Others, 1952; Afterimage, 1965, a serigraphed selection with drawings by David Weinrib; Conch Tales, 1984; Fragments in 2002; and WhenThen in 2018. An oral history of Stern was published by the University of California, Berkeley, in 2002. Stern has been an artist in residence at DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in Berlin, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha, Nebraska, and the Emily Harvey Foundation in Venice. The Stanford University Library acquired Stern’s papers in 2013.

Head, 1969 Screenprint on mylar 39 1/2 x 25 1/4” Edition of 100

BOAZ VAADIA Boaz Vaadia is an Israeli born, internationally renowned, New York-based sculptor who works primarily in stone and bronze. For Vaadia, stone is an enduring aspect of human environments. He collected slate from the streets of New York’s Soho when its sidewalks were torn apart in the mid-1980s. By exploring the connection between man and nature, Vaadia creates sculptures and environments that are contemplative and serene. Hand carving each individual piece of stone with a hammer and chisel, Vaadia then stacks each piece to create figurative sculptures named after figures from the Old Testament. His process parallels natural transformations in stone and recalls ancient methods of construction that rely on the cut and weight of the stone rather than on mortar. His work is sited in various public locations and included in many museums and private collections throughout the world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Museum, Japan; the Hakone Open Air Museum, Japan; the Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL; the Tel-Aviv Museum, Israel; the Jewish Museum, New York, NY; and The Israel Museum, Israel.

Uzziyya, 2020 Bronze and bluestone 26 1/2 x 13 x 10” Edition of 7

Family I, 2017 Bronze, bluestone, & bluestone 20 x 21 x 15” Edition of 7


Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. Like his contemporaries Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Rauschenberg, Warhol wryly responded to the mass media of the 1960s. His silkscreen-printed paintings of cultural and consumer icons, featuring Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, as well as Campbell’s Soup cans and Brillo boxes, would make him one of the most famous artists of his generation. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, he graduated from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1949, before moving to New York to pursue a career in commercial illustration. Warhol’s illustrations for editorials like Vogue and Glamour during the 1950s led him to financial success. Warhol was a gay man, keeping much of his life private life a secret, although he sometimes referenced his sexuality through art. This is perhaps most evident in his drawings of male nudes from the 1950s, and later in his film Sleep (1963), which portrays the poet John Giorno sleeping nude. In 1964, Warhol rented a studio loft on East 47th Street in Midtown Manhattan, which was later known as the Factory. Quick to realize the cult of celebrity, the Factory acted as a hub for fashionable movie stars, models, and artists who became fodder for his prints and films, as well as a performance venue for The Velvet Underground. The prolific artist worked across painting, sculpture, and new media throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Always looking for current subject matter, during the 1980s he collaborated with several younger artists, including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Francesco Clemente, and Keith Haring. Warhol died tragically at age 58 in New York, NY, following complications from routine gall bladder surgery. After his death, the artist’s estate became The Andy Warhol Foundation and in 1994, a museum dedicated to the artist and his oeuvre opened in his native Pittsburgh. Today, his works are held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Tate Gallery in London, among others.

Einstein, 1980 Screenprint 40 x 32” Edition of 200

SHANLIN YE “I grew up and received my education in China. I moved to the US in 2012 and blended into this country of immigrants. Still I feel quite lost from time to time. After a couple of years of living in the US, I came to feel lost when I visited China, too. Recently, I have worked on paper with heads and figures to create the current show, Monologue. I am fascinated by the fluidity and ungoverned nature of watercolor. I enjoy watching the water and the color dancing on paper. It is like a poem. My work is not about realism or perfection; rather, it addresses the opposite: the coarse, imperfect and aberrant. I try to reveal the unseen part of human existence and human identification in my paintings. It is a spiritual communication when I paint a portrait, and I will be thrilled if you can find a way to ‘talk’ to the people you meet in this body of work.” - Shanlin Ye, 2016

Reflection #24, 2017 Watercolor on paper 22 x 15”

Reflection #25, 2017 Watercolor on paper 22 x 15”

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