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Owned and Produced by Urban Expositions Donna Davies Fair Director Vice President, Art Group Kathy Murphy Global Sales Director Robin Flaherty Gallery Sales Manager Glenn Celentano Director of Operations Kate Jordan Director of Marketing Deborah Kraft Programming and Special Projects Coordinator Stephen Perreault Designer Jennifer Woolford Strategic Partnerships Doug Miller Partner and President Tim von Gal Partner and Chief Operating Officer

Cover: Bertil Vallien Passage, 2016 cast glass, steel, wood cabinet 76 x 120 x 30 cast glass: 6 x 100 x 7 Hawk Galleries All dimensions in catalog are inches (H x W x D) unless noted otherwise

Craig Dooley Executive Vice President Jeff Dixon Chief Financial Officer Greg Topalian Senior Vice President, Consumer Events

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FROM THE DIRECTOR Welcome to SOFA CHICAGO 2016, now in its 23rd year and one of the longest running art fairs in the country. This year’s fair features nearly 70 galleries representing more than 800 artists. We are excited to announce 16 galleries exhibiting with us for the first time as well as an international roster of galleries from ten countries. We thank all of our exhibitors, cultural partners, and attendees for their support and recognition of SOFA CHICAGO’s strong reputation as a dynamic, international fair dedicated to contemporary and modern art and design. The 2016 Lecture Series is an incredible schedule of nearly 30 dynamic lectures, panel discussions, and interviews. This year’s lineup is one of our most compelling and don’t miss these opportunities to hear from artists, curators, collectors, critics, and more. Speakers range from emerging talent to established luminaries and I encourage you to take full advantage of these discussions! This year’s Special Exhibits feature sensational presentations by: Ball State University, School of Art, College of Fine Arts; ChiArts: The Chicago High School for the Arts; Collectors of Wood Art; DIFFA; Gioelli in Fermento; Glass Art Society; and a special presentation of work by Judy Mulford presented by browngrotta arts. I hope each of these innovative installations will broaden your awareness of their organizations and artists.

We are thrilled to have our six universities participating in CONNECT this year with extraordinary design environments for this year’s student design competition. Each CONNECT plaza has been designed and installed by students from each university. Join me in welcoming these six prestigious schools and their talented students and faculty advisors: Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; University of California, Davis, CA; University of Cincinnati-College of Design, Architecture & Planning, OH; and University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL. Thank you to Chubb Personal Risk Service and Corning Museum of Glass for their generous support of CONNECT. We are grateful for our sponsors, including Chubb Personal Risk Service, whose generous support for this 12th consecutive year, makes our SOFA CHICAGO VIP Lounge and special events possible. Chubb also sponsors CONNECT and we thank them for their commitment to contemporary art and design. Thank you, also, to Cadillac, our Official Vehicle of SOFA CHICAGO 2016, for their commitment to the legacy of art and design. We also thank our Media Sponsors Chicago Tribune, Modern Luxury, and WBEZ. A very warm welcome as well to our Host Committee, who work tirelessly to promote SOFA CHICAGO, our programming, and exhibitors. Welcome to SOFA CHICAGO 2016 and I hope you make some wonderful discoveries this year!

Donna Davies Fair Director

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We would like to acknowledge the support and contribution of the following individuals and organizations:

2016 Host Committee Diana Bitting Michelle Boone John H. Bryan Kay Bucksbaum Laura Murphy Doyle Cheryl Durst Zurich Esposito Marilynn Gardner Fern Grauer Deb and John Gross Susanna Homan Michelle Impey Mark Kelly Christopher G. Kennedy Jackie Koo George Larson Suzanne Lovell Mark Lyman Jeanne Randall Malkin Anne Meszko Andrea Mills Ann Nathan Cheryl Noel and Ravi Ricker Bruce W. Pepich Bruce Robbins Tony Sarabia Glenn and Trish Tullman Howard Tullman Ginny B. Van Alyea Daniel Walker James Yood

Participating galleries, artists, partners, cultural partners and sponsors Active Graphix Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass The Art Fair Company Art Institute of Chicago Jim Baker Yvette Bass Whitney Bradshaw Alicia Brown Rhonda Brown John Brumgart Maura Bruton Michelle Bufano Cadillac Theodor Camitz Karen Campbell Rob Cassetti Richard Cassis Judith Chernoff Chicago Event Graphics Chicago Tribune Chicago Woodturners Chubb Personal Insurance Deana Cizek Classic-Color Connections Housing Corning Museum of Glass Keith Couser Susann Craig Aaron Crothers Julie Danilek Terry Davidson DePaul Art Museum Dan DeRusha Shawn Dewey Hugh Donlan Elly Fishman Arne R. Flaten Chris Fleming Randy Fleszar Michael Franks Don Friedlich

Friends of Fiber Art International Steve Gibbs Glass Art Society Chelsea Goff Fern Grauer Tom Grotta Nancy Hallberg Tom Hawk Bob Hayes Heidi Hribernik Infusco Coffee Roasters Dan Kane George Kennard Debra Kerr Laura Koch Pamela Koss Christina Krask Sophia Lapat David Lentz Karsten Wales Lund Michael Macigewski Jeff Mack John Marusich Robert McGinley Joanna McNamara Eric Meek Maureen Mellios Bob Merson Kristi Miller Wendy Miller Modern Luxury John Motondo Judy Mulford Betsy Nathan Jennifer-Navva Milliken Eliana Negroni Hilde Neumayer Monica Obniski Jose Ochoa Paul Orest Andrew Page Pagoda Red Penland School of Crafts Jim Petrakis

Binh Pho The Renaissance Society Roger Brown Study Collection Room & Board Kevin Rogers Eric Romano Maria Rosner Kate Samuelson Schiffer Books Patrick Seda Art Shay Rich Siri Rebecca Sive The Smart Museum of Art Adam Smith Dave Smykowski Society of American Mosaic Artists Society of North American Goldsmiths Lisa Stone Henrik Swartling Davira Taragin Mark Thompson Terry’s Toffee Margo Thoma Transit Tees Ivo Tomasini Bridget Trost Howard and Judith Tullman Justin Van Houten Jessica Ramirez Welton Bertil Vallien Lyndsey Van Wyk Sharon von Gal Samantha Voris William Warmus Kevin Wallace WBEZ Anne Wilson Kim Winzeler Jason Wiatrak James Yood Karen Ziemba

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Ardmore Ceramics

Amber Cowan

Joey Watson

Rebecca Hannon

SOFA CHICAGO 2016 LECTURE SERIES

FRIDAY 8:30 – 9:30 am | Room A SNAG Emerging Artists Jewelry artists Tara Locklear, (Pistachios) Jin Seo (Charon Kransen Arts) and Aurélie Guillaume (Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 9:30 – 10:30 am | Room A Jonathan Boyd: Using Language as an Inspiration for Jewelry Jeweler Jonathan Boyd (Charon Kransen Arts). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 10:30 – 11:30 am | Room A Rebecca Hannon: Breaking New Ground Jeweler Rebecca Hannon (Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h). Presented by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) 10:30 am – 12 pm | Room B FIBER ART IN THREE DIMENSIONS: A History and Discussion of Fiber Art Off The Wall Jewelry artist Josephine Stealey, Lois Russell, Nancy Koenigsberg (browngrotta arts), Norma Minkowitz (browngrotta arts) and Brooke Marks-Swanson (Aaron Faber Gallery). Presented by Friends of Fiber Art International

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11 am – 12 pm | Room C Who’s Joey Watson? Artist Joey Watson (Duane Reed Gallery) 12 – 1 pm | Room A Paul Stankard: Craft as Career Artist Paul J. Stankard (Habatat Galleries) 12:30 – 1:30 pm | Room C Albert Paley: Metal and Glass Artist Albert Paley (Habatat Galleries) 1:15 – 2:15 pm | Room A Who are the Collectors of the Future? Collector Dr. Jeffrey Childers; Anna Walker, Windgate Curatorial Fellow at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Sarah Traver, president of Traver Gallery; and studio jeweler Laura Wood. Moderated by Nancy Kerr Allison, Development Associate of Individual Giving, Penland School of Crafts. Presented by Penland School of Crafts 1 – 2 pm | Room B Frames of Reference: Contemporary Art from Glass in an Age of Blurred Boundaries Berengo Projects’ Adriano Berengo; critic James Yood; artist and educator Koen Vanderstukken; and Helene Besancon, curator of the National Glassmuseum of the Netherlands. Moderated by Andrew Page, editor of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly

2 – 3 pm | Room C A Life In Glass James Baker, Executive Director, Pilchuck Glass School with artists Christina Bothwell (Habatat Galleries) and Amber Cowan (Heller Gallery) 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Room A Art in the Future: A Look at Collecting Fragile and Unusual Materials Deb and John Gross, avid collectors of Studio Art Glass; Heather Becker, CEO, The Conservation Center; Alyssa Quinlan, Executive Vice President, Business Development, Gurr Johns; and Margo Thoma, Gallery Director, TAI Modern; Moderated by Michelle Impey AVP – Fine Art & Collections Manager, Risk Consulting Group, Chubb Personal Risk Services. Presented by Chubb Personal Risk Services 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Room B Landscape of Glass in America Pamela Koss, Executive Director, Glass Art Society; Michelle Bufano, Executive Director Chihuly Garden and Glass with artists Shelly Muzylowski Allen (Habatat Galleries), Matt Eskuche (Habatat Galleries), Andy Paiko (Wexler Gallery), and Norwood Viviano (Heller Gallery). Presented by the Glass Art Society

3:30 – 4:30 pm | Room C In Conversation: Lino Tagliapietra on the Panels Exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Artist Lino Tagliapietra (Schantz Galleries) with Andrew Page, Editor, GLASS: The UrbanGlass Quarterly and co-curator along with Elisabeth Agro, The Nancy M. McNeil Associate Curator of American Modern and Contemporary Crafts and Decorative Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art 4 – 5 pm | Room B Through a Different Lens: Studio Glass in a History Museum Charles Sable, Curator of Decorative Arts, The Henry Ford and Catherine Tuczek, Curator of School and Public Learning, The Henry Ford. Presented by Habatat Galleries 4 – 5 pm | Room A Ardmore Ceramics: Uplifting a Community Through Art Louise Irvine, Executive Director, Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts. Presented by Pascoe and Company


9:30 – 10:30 am | Room A Frank Talk: The Arts in the Twenty-first Century or Do the Hierarchies Still Exist? Artist Michael Glancy (Heller Gallery), Susie Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass, The Corning Museum of Glass, and Rosanne Somerson, President, Rhode Island School of Design; Moderated by Dr. Arne R. Flaten, Director, School of Art, Ball State University. Presented by the School of Art and The Marilyn K. Glick Center for Glass, Ball State University 10 – 11 am | Room C The Creative Process: Inception, Execution and Presentation of a Work of Art Sculptor Ivan Markovic (Option Art) 10:30 – 11:30 am | Room B Passage Artist Bertil Vallien (Hawk Galleries) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm | Room A ChiArts: The Group Critique. Live. You are invited to observe several of ChiArts’ alumni as they engage in a group critique of works by artists featured in the Special Exhibit ChiArts: Shaping the Unique and Diverse Voices of Chicago’s Young Artists. Presented by ChiArts

11:30 am – 12:30 pm | Room C Marian Bijlenga: 30 Years of Making Fiber artist Marian Bijlenga (browngrotta arts) 12 – 1 pm | Room B The NOW/NEW Generation of Award-Winning Emerging Jewelers Artists Seung Jeon (SJ) Paik, John Moore and Federica Sala, Moderated by Jeffrey Lloyd Dever, well-known polymer clay artist, designer and lecturer. All artists represented by Hedone Gallery 1 – 2 pm | Room A CONNECT at SOFA CHICAGO 2016: Panel Discussion With CONNECT participants: John DeSalvo, Illinois Institute of Technology; Deborah Schneiderman, Pratt Institute; Sigrid Zahner, Purdue University; Helen Koo, University of California, Davis; Mara Marcu, University of Cincinnati; Katrine Jessica Trantham, University of Illinois

1:30 – 2:30 pm | Room B Eyes on SOFA Art critic William Warmus moderates a panel of three emerging professionals in the field of art and criticism. Panelists are Robin Dluzen, Joanne Kim, and Anjulie Rao 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Room A GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO: Considerations on a Themed Award Competition Eliana Negroni, Gioielli in Fermento Project Curator. Presented by Gioielli in Fermento 2:30 – 3:30 pm | Room C The Art of Bamboo: Interview with Isohi Setsuko Bamboo artist Isohi Setsuko in conversation with TAI Modern Gallery Director Margo Thoma

Christian Burchard

Isohi Setsuko

Pascal Oudet

Bertil Vallien

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4 – 5 pm | Room C Pilchuck’s Culture of Exponential Growth Pilchuck’s Executive Director James Baker talks about how the school has designed its programs and built its community to fuel growth through a culture of open exploration, experimentation, innovation and collaboration. Presented by the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass 4 – 5 pm | Room A WHY WOOD? Contemporary Practice in a Timeless Material Jennifer-Navva Milliken, Curator of Craft, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA, and Curator of the special exhibit WHY WOOD? with artists Humaira Abid (Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art), Christian Burchard (Kirsten Muenster Projects), and Katie Hudnall (Adam Blaue Gallery), Presented by the Collectors of Wood Art

1 – 2 pm | Room C Predictable Unpredictability Wood artists Pascal Oudet and Christian Burchard. Both artists are represented by Kirsten Muenster Projects

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SOFA CHICAGO 2016 SPECIAL EXHIBITS

ART AND WINE: GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO

Gioielli in Fermento is an international exhibition project and award for contemporary studio jewelry. Situated in Italy’s winemaking region of the Emilian hills, established and emerging artists from every country are invited to express their relation with the wine world. Inspiration, dedication, experience, research, innovation, observation, choice, challenge: these are all elements of the creative approach used by a jewellery artist or a winemaker. Both a piece of jewellery or a sip of wine are evocative of the individual interpretation of the raw material chosen by their maker. In both cases, the aim is turning the natural into something precious and unique. Presented by Gioielli in Fermento, Ziano Piacentino, Italy

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BSU SCHOOL OF ART: EMBRACING THE PAST, MAKING THE FUTURE

Ball State University’s School of Art encourages its undergraduate and graduate students to advance their individual voices by assisting them in identifying the materials and processes that best empower them. Faculty, students and alumni produce a broad spectrum of work ranging from functional design to sculptural and conceptual statements. This special exhibit demonstrates that while they come from diverse backgrounds, BSU’s art community is unified by producing objects that comment upon society and challenge traditional assumptions about media and disciplines. Presented by the School of Art, College of Fine Arts, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

CHIARTS: SHAPING THE UNIQUE AND DIVERSE VOICES OF CHICAGO’S YOUNG ARTISTS

Since 2009, ChiArts™ (Chicago High School for the Arts), Illinois’ first public arts high school, has been at the forefront of a national movement to build diversity in the arts in America. Created by the arts community of Chicago, ChiArts has become an international model of arts education and pre-professional training, and its alumni and students have amassed an impressive and prolific body of work. A selection of original artworks representing a unique and developing voice of the next generation of young artists who trained at ChiArts is on view. Presented by ChiArts, Chicago


LANDSCAPE OF GLASS IN AMERICA: BENCHMARK FOR THE FUTURE In November 2015, the Glass Art Society and Chihuly Garden and Glass partnered to conduct an in-depth study of the state of glass art in America with the intent of researching the most active regions for glass art, and providing a benchmark to measure future growth and trends in the industry. The special exhibit at SOFA will be the first full presentation of the research findings including the top five trends from the study affecting the glass community at large, and works of art to elucidate those trends from galleries exhibiting at SOFA. Presented by the Glass Art Society in collaboration with Chihuly Garden and Glass

LIFE : FIGHT : LOVE

Presented in honor of World AIDS Day on December 1, LIFE : FIGHT : LOVE animates the truths of HIV/AIDS and challenges the perception that the disease is “over.” No disease is over when it is remains a serious health issue for 36.9 people million across the globe. Designer and DIFFA/Chicago Executive Board member Richard Cassis of sparc, inc., along with designer and dedicated volunteer Jake Theisen, have created a “living room” for HIV/AIDS survivor Jim Petrakis. Jim will live in this intimate and challenging space throughout the fair. Visitors to LIFE : FIGHT : LOVE will come away moved and inspired to join Jim and DIFFA Chicago to fight HIV/AIDS and support the search for a cure. Presented by DIFFA/Chicago

WHY WOOD? CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE IN A TIMELESS MATERIAL

The practice of woodworking spans millennia and parallels the trajectory of human achievement. Wood continues to provide inspiration to emerging generations of makers across a spectrum of creative practices. As concern for the sustainability and conservation of natural resources intensifies, artists continue to explore the properties of this increasingly rarified material. Through contemporary works that push the boundaries of the material and mine its properties for inspiration, we encounter the eternal qualities of wood that perpetuate dialogues between makers and material. Presented by Collectors of Wood Art

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ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

The IIT/ Design Proposal for CONNECT is a collaborative work effort produced within the IIT Design Build culture. The collective emphasis will be on “making” and that intervention within the built environment, specifically typological elements that make up gathering and seating. The sculptural objects will use both digital and hand fabrication methods. Elements that embody space activation. The installation at SOFA CHICAGO will be the culmination of the semester design process.

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PRATT INSTITUTE

Poché is a French architectural term meaning the space between. Our CONNECT installation will create an inhabitable poché/space between reflecting the temporal nature of the figure space between the boundaries of the ground plane and skyline edge of Chicago. The interior space between is temporal, seasonal, and can be customized by its inhabitants, which significantly distinguishes it from the more permanent structures within which it resides. Our environment will make time palpable similarly to the Quaking Aspen, a fast growing but short lived tree native to Chicago whose leaves tremble in the powerful Chicago winds causing a constant shift in form.

PURDUE UNIVERSITY

The theme of Purdue’s CONNECT space is Natural Urban Environment. Using Bauhaus principles of quotidian materials and found materials, we will create a space that reflects financial economy and creativity, with references to natural iconography such as leaves and insects. When first discussing how we would proceed and what materials to use, we decided that there is enough waste material in our art and design building at Purdue that has been left over from projects made in classes in the areas of industrial design, sculpture, ceramics and textiles. We decided to utilize these and allow the materials to drive our creativity.


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS

As we began brainstorming themes for our CONNECT installation, we decided to look at UC Davis as an institution to understand what makes our experience as design students unique. Ideas ranged from the interdisciplinary nature of the university to themes based on our location in Northern California. We settled on highlighting the role of freedom of speech. We also looked to structures on our own campus—the UC Davis Domes—to inspire the design. Every element of the design references the core value of free speech within our community while taking inspiration from key components that make the UC Davis campus unique.

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

One of the most widespread theoretical techniques, thirding, follows the dialectical formula of thesis - anti-thesis - synthesis. It can be described as follows: a binary opposition is formulated, each with advantages and disadvantages, and then a third term is invented to combine the advantages and avoid the disadvantages of both. Our CONNECT installation has three components that expand on the notion of tectonics and structure in architecture and collectively create a catalogue of “misbehaved” tectonic possibilities.

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

Our idea originates from the Japanese “dry landscape” gardens, also known as zen gardens. In Japan these environments require careful composition of rocks, gravel, water, and trees. By raking the gravel surfaces, gardeners are able to manipulate and transform the spaces they wish. The idea behind this is to imitate the movement of ripples in water, opening a doorway to a state of contemplation, meditation, and reflection. This is the ambiance we want to evoke in our oasis as a contrast to the rushed atmosphere of SOFA CHICAGO.

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AARON FABER GALLERY ADDRESS

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666 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10103 USA 212.586.8411 P / 212.582.0205 F www.aaronfaber.com sales@aaronfaber.com

Patricia Kiley Faber, Director Edward S. Faber, Co-Director Susan Miller, Executive Coordinator Jackie-Lynn Wax, Sales Specialist

PETER SCHMID Bracelet, 2016, antique glass cane marbles, sterling silver, 24k gold, sapphires, diamonds, 2.5 x 2.25 x 2.25

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Glenda Arentzen Elise Bergeron Marco Borghesi Michael Boyd Claude Chavent Roland Dubuc

Arata Fuchi Lucie Heskett-Brem Angela Hubel Eva Jankowska Pavel Kaczynski Rebekah Laskin

Paolo Marcolongo Brooke Marks-Swanson Bernd Munsteiner Jutta & Tom Munsteiner Harold O’Connor

Earl Pardon Tod Pardon So Young Park Claudio Pino Baiyang Qiu

Kim Rawdin Peter Schmid/ Atelier Zobel Jennifer Trask Aleksandra Vali

ARATA FUCHI Surge of Emotion 1, Ring/Sculpture, 2016, silver 950, oxidized silver powder, oxidized shibuichi, oxidized copper, fine gold, pearl, 2 x 1.375 x 4.75

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ABMEYER + WOOD FINE ART ADDRESS

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1210 2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98101 USA 206.628.9501 P / 206.628.9502 F www.abmeyerwood.com info@abmeyerwood.com

Jonathan Wood, Owner Justine Harris, Gallery Manager Ilana Cheyfitz, Gallery Assistant Natalie Hoekstra, Gallery Assistant

ERIKA SANADA Pressure, 2016, ceramic, mixed media, cold finish, 7 x 14 x 7

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Calvin Ma Crystal Morey William Morris

Kymia Nawabi Ross Richmond Erika Sanada

Patti Warashina Christopher David White

Victor Hugo Zayas

CHRISTOPHER DAVID WHITE Microcosm, 2016, ceramic, acrylic with walnut base, 12.25 x 6.5 x 7

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ADAM BLAUE GALLERY ADDRESS

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4439 Renaissance Parkway Cleveland OH 44128 USA 917.565.0347 P www.adamblauegallery.com cheri.discenzo@adamblauegallery.com

Cheri Discenzo, Director

SUSAN SILVER BROWN Joy Riders Rabbit, kiln cast crystal, 12.5 x 19.5 x 8, photo: Tim Lanterman

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Jerome Blanc` Borowski Studio Jennifer Caldwell Marilyn Campbell Jason Chakravarty Steve Ciezki

Tom Eckert Satoshi Fujinuma Ron Gerton Mark Yale Harris Keith Holt Reid Jacobs

Janis Miltenberger Nick Mount Marc Petrovic Binh Pho Harry Pollitt

Doug Randall Joey Richardson Sally Rogers Kari Russell-Pool Hap Sakwa

Susan Silver Brown Fraser Smith Curt Theobald Veruska Vagen Derek Weidman

JOEY RICHARDSON Methuselah, 2015, sycamore, acrylic paints, 10.5 h x 8.5 d, sycamore wood is from HM The Queen’s estate Sandringham

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ADAMAR FINE ARTS ADDRESS

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By Appointment Miami FL 33179 USA 305.576.1355 P / 786.440.7313 F www.adamargallery.com adamargal@aol.com

Tamar Erdberg, Owner/Director Adam Erdberg, Owner

TOLLA INBAR Taking a Chance, 2016, bronze, 154 x 38 x 38

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Tolla Inbar Zammy Migdal Rene Rietmeyer

ZAMMY MIGDAL 2015, stainless steel, polyurethane paint, 54 x 74 x 57

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AI BO GALLERY ADDRESS

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1 Stratton Road Purchase NY 10577 USA 914.251.0169 P / 914.263.7500 M www.aibogallery.com glenn@aibogallery.com

Glenn Aber, Owner/Director Luis Perez

KOICHI MATSUFUJI Seated Babt San Jyou, 2016, solid cast glass, glass eyes, wood base, 16 x 13.2 x 13.2

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Tomas Brzon Ford Crull Doug Frohman

Simone Kestelman Louis La Rooy Tom Marosz

Koichi Matsufuji John Petrey Madonna Phillips

Vaclav Rezac Louis Sclafani

Janet Sherman Petr Stacho

TOMAS BRZON Golden Reflection, 2016, cast, cut and polished glass, 14 x 10 x 5

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ALIDA ANDERSON ART PROJECTS ADDRESS

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8505 Timber Hill Lane Potomac MD 20854 USA 301.437.1054 P www.alidaanderson.com info@alidaanderson.com

Audrey Wilson, Director Lenny Campello, Assistant

LORI KATZ, 2016, stoneware, mixed media, 90 x 60

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GALLERY ARTISTS

F. Lennox Campello Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons Rory Coyne Davin Ebanks Elissa Farrow-Savos

David FeBland Sheila Giolitti Michael Janis Lori Katz Korda Lauren Levato Coyne

Simon Monk Cirenaica Moreira Lida Moser Georgia Nassikas Marta Maria Perez Bravo

Judith Peck Dulce Pinzon Sandra Ramos Alma Selimovic Tim Tate

Erwin Timmers Tim Vermeulen Jody Walsh Audrey Wilson Andrew Wodzianski

TIM VERMEULEN A Time to Mourn, A Time to Dance, 2008, oil on panel, 26 x 16.5

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ANN NATHAN GALLERY ADDRESS

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212 West Superior Street Chicago IL 60654 USA 312.664.6622 P / 312.664.9392 F www.annnathangallery.com nathangall@aol.com

Ann Nathan, Owner/Director Victor Armendariz, Assistant Director Jan-Pieter Fokkens, Preparator

PATRICK BURNS War Ends, 2016, original newsprint, acrylic, polymer resin on panel, 35.25 x 59.25

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Mary Borgman Patrick Burns

Cristina Córdova Jesús Curiá Pérez

René Monzón Relova “Pozas”

Jim Rose Art Shay

Jerilyn Virden

ART SHAY Chicagoans Around Pump 12, 1950, gelatin silver print, 2016, 24 x 75

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BENDER GALLERY ADDRESS

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12 South Lexington Avenue Asheville NC 28801 USA 828.505.8341 P / 828.423.5760 M www.bendergallery.com info@bendergallery.com

Bernadette Bender, Director/Manager Miles Bender, Director/Manager

STEPHANIE TRENCHARD Her Story, 2016, cast glass with painted inclusions, 15 x 14 x 3.75

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Philip Baldwin Einar de la Torre Jamex de la Torre

Kim Goldfarb Monica Guggisberg Joshua Hershman

Daniel Jacob Carmen Lozar

Fabio Modica Karsten Oaks

Toland Sand Stephanie Trenchard

KARSTEN OAKS Contortion, 2016, cold sculpted, bonded, tinted optical crystal, 38 x 16 x 12

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BERENGO STUDIO ADDRESS

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Fondamenta Vetrai 109/A Murano ( Venezia ) 30141 Italy +39.041.739453 P / +39.041.5276588 F www.berengo.com adriano.berengo@berengo.com

Adriano Berengo, President Marco Berengo, Director

Berengo Collection Calle Larga San Marco 412/413 Venezia 30124 Italy +39.041.2410763 P / +39.041.2419456 F www.berengo.com marco.berengo@berengo.com

ANDREA SALVADOR Ragazza con Manto Rosso (Girl with Red Cloak), 2016, glass mosaic, 39.37 x 45.27

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Luigi Benzoni Bernard Heesen Ursula Huber

Richard Jolley Marta Klonowska

Jan Kuck Massimo Lunardon

Juan Ripolles Maria Grazia Rosin

Andrea Salvador Bertil Vallien

RICHARD JOLLEY Boy with Pet, 2016, glass sculpture, 18 x 15 x 9.5

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BLUE RAIN GALLERY ADDRESS

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544 South Guadalupe Street Santa Fe NM 87501 USA 505.954.9902 P www.blueraingallery.com info@blueraingallery.com

Leroy Garcia, Owner Peter Stoessel, Executive Director Denise Phetteplace, Director of Business Development

130 Lincoln Avenue Suite C Santa Fe NM 87501 USA 505.954.9902 P

LEROY GARCIA El Fuego, 2016, cast glass, 6.5 x 5.5 x 8

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Rik Allen Leroy Garcia Chris Pappan Preston Singletary

PRESTON SINGLETARY Clan Woman With Hat, 2016, blown and sand carved glass, 19 x 13 x 13

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BLUE SPIRAL 1 ADDRESS

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38 Biltmore Avenue Asheville NC 28801 USA 828.251.0202 P / 828.251.0884 F www.bluespiral1.com info@bluespiral1.com

Jordan Ahlers, Gallery Director Michael Manes, Assistant Director Ross Randall Karen Groce Joy Moser Jon Sours John Cram, Owner

MICHAEL SHERRILL Chief Joseph Series | Large Form, 2016, colored laminated porcelain, 37 x 12 x 1

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Nathan Blank Thor and Jennifer Bueno

Lisa Clague Vicki Grant Hoss Haley

Stoney Lamar Mitchell Lonas

Andrew Moore George Peterson

Michael Sherrill Tom Shields

STONEY LAMAR Untitled (trio), 2016, white oak, steel, milk paint, 70.75 x 7 x 6 (tallest)

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BROWNGROTTA ARTS ADDRESS

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276 Ridgefield Road Wilton CT 06897 USA 203.834.0623 P / 203.762.5981 F www.browngrotta.com art@browngrotta.com

Carter Grotta, Associate Tom Grotta, Co-Curator Rhonda Brown, Co-Curator Roberta Condos, Associate

WLODZIMIERZ CYGAN From the Cycle Tapping: March, May, April, June, 2014, viscose, linen and fiber optic, 111.5 x 28, 117 x 34, 112 x 23, 120 x 33

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Adela Akers Laura Ellen Bacon Jo Barker Caroline Bartlett Marian Bijlenga Sara Brennan

Wlodzimierz Cygan Mariá Eugenia Dávila Stephanie Jacques Christine Joy Tamiko Kawata Tim Johnson

Lilla Kulka Gyöngy Laky Jennifer Falck Linssen John McQueen Mary Merkel-Hess

Norma Minkowitz Judy Mulford Keiji Nio Eduardo Portillo Debra Sachs

Karyl Sisson Jin-Sook So Grethe Sørensen Aleksandra Stoyanov Grethe Wittrock

KEIJI NIO Large Interlacing-R, 2004-16, nylon fiber, steel, 53 x 53 x 15.5

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CHARON KRANSEN ARTS ADDRESS

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By Appointment 817 West End Avenue New York NY 10025 USA 212.627.5073 P / 212.663.9026 F www.charonkransenarts.com charon@charonkransenarts.com

Adam Brown Lisa Granovsky Charon Kransen

NICOLA HEIDEMANN Pebble Beach necklace, 2016, silver, enamel, pigment, glass

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Efharis Alepedis Lynn Batchelder Michael Becker Millie Behrens Sofia Bjorkman Nisa Blackmon Liv Blavarp Jonathan Boyd Adam Brown Sebastian Carre Monica Cecchi Moon Choonsun Kat Cole Annemie de Corte Ramon Puig Cuyas Annette Dam Saskia Detering Daniel DiCaprio

Babette von Dohnanyi Heike Dotzel Ralph Dotzel Elisabetta Dupre Elin Flognman Kate Furman Paula Giecco Jennifer Gray Sangdeok Han Sophie Hanagarth Ingjerd Hanevold Nicola Heidemann Mirjam Hiller Zita Hsu Hiroki Iwata Junwon Jung Kaori Juzu Toru Kaneko

Yeonmi Kang Ulla+Martin Kaufmann Nina Kayser SooYeon Kim YongJoo Kim Keiwa Kobayashi Saerom Kong Andrew Kuebeck Lore Langendries Sim Luttin Daniela Malev Jorge Mannila Stefano Marchetti Gigi Mariani Vicki Mason Sharon Massey Jeremy May Maarja Ninnemagi

Masako Onodera JeongHye Park Liana Pattihis Annika Pettersson Kirsten Plank George Plionis Daniel Posta Deborah Rudolph Ezra Satok-Wolman Jina Seo Amir Sheikhvand KyeYeon Son Julian Steimer Antje Stolz Betty Stoukides Christoph Straube Walka Studio

Niki Stylianou Burcu Sulek Mariko Sumioka Sanna Svedestedt Fumiki Tagushi Kojima Takashi Aisegul Telli Salima Thakker Demitra Thomloudis Vivi Touloumidi Silke Trekel Iris Tsante Zdenek Vacek Aric Verrastro Daniel Weinberger Jasmin Winter Annamaria Zanella

AMIR SHEIKHVAND Sorkhio Siah brooch, 2016, steel, brass, copper, 6 x 5.5 x 2

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CHESTERFIELD GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

109 Norfolk Street New York NY 10002 USA 212.388.0609 P www.thechesterfieldgallery.com info@thechesterfieldgallery.com

Simon Abrahms, Director Johan Westenburg, Sales Director Nasim Mirzai, Gallery Associate

KIVA FORD Metamorphosis I, 2015, borosilicate glass, stainless steel, 22 x 8 x 14

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Chris Ahalt Micah Evans Kiva Ford Grant Garmezy Sidney Hutter

CHRIS AHALT Blue Hippo Balloon, 2016, borosilicate glass, copper, lead, 9.5 x 5 x 22.25

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CHRISTOPHER MARTIN GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1533 Dragon Street Dallas TX 75207 USA 214.760.1775 P www.christophermartingallery.com info@christopherhmartin.com

Antonio Cortez, Executive Director Natalie Crosby, Dallas Gallery Director Jared Rich, Aspen Gallery Director Timothy Harman, Santa Fe Gallery Director

525 East Cooper Avenue Aspen CO 81611 USA 970.925.7649 P 644 Canyon Road Santa Fe NM 87501 USA 505.303.3483 P

MICHAEL ENN SIRVET Twirling Umbra, 2016, formed acrylic, 19 x 8 x 11

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Christopher H. Martin Michael Enn Sirvet

CHRISTOPHER H. MARTIN Aria Discs Collection II, 2016, acrylic on acrylic, 48, 36 and 24 inches in diameter

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CONTEMPORARY ARTIFACT ADDRESS

4189-3 Carpinteria Avenue Carpinteria CA 93013 USA 805.451.8044 P www.contemporaryartifact.com jim@contemporaryartifact.com

JAMES MARTIN Untitled, 2016, Corten steel, 48 x 29 x 17

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Rimas Ciurlionis Christopher Jeffries Kue King James Martin Hideaki Miyamura Gary Traczyk

RIMAS CIURLIONIS Tapyba, 2015, oil, paper pulp and marble dust, 86 x 86 x 2

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CORDESA FINE ART ADDRESS

STAFF

East 2nd Street, #208 Los Angeles CA 90012 USA 323.682.9284 P www.cordesafineart.com hello@cordesafineart.com

Meghan Corso, Co-Owner/Director Luke Lombardo, Co-Owner

SEAN NEWPORT Mojave Mirage, 2016, hand carved wood and acrylic paint, 42 x 42

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Jud Bergeron Harley Lafarrh Eaves Katy Ann Gilmore

Nate Lewis Sara Lundkvist Martin Machado

Jen Mann Sean Newport

Michael Reeder Kevin Earl Taylor

Emilio Villalba Justin Waugh

JUD BERGERON Untitled 2015/2016, 2016, cast resin, 24 x 24

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CRÉA ADDRESS

Marché Bonsecours 390 Rue St-Paul Est, Bureau 400 Montréal Québec H1Y 1H2 Canada 514.861.2787 P / 514.861.9191 F www.metiersdart.ca crea@metiersdart.ca

MONTESSERAT DURAN MUNTADAS Entrañas 3, 2016, flameworked and blown glass, fiber, 110 x 70 x 25 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Sébastien Duchange Montesserat Duran Muntadas Catherine Labonté François Lauzier Yanick Potvin Anastasia Radevich

FRANÇOIS LAUZIER La Foliole Folle à Lier!, 2015, sculpture, ash wood, 51 x 29 x 28 cm

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DONNA SCHNEIER FINE ARTS ADDRESS

STAFF

115 Spoonbill Road Manalapan, FL 33462 518.441.2884 P www.donnaschneier.com donna@donnaschneier.com

Donna Schneier, Director Leonard Goldberg

TOOTS ZYNSKY Calderon Mizimah, 2004, fused glass, 13 x 17.75 x 14

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Ashley Buchanan Nirit Dekel Liat Ginzburg

Mieke Grott Mia Hebib Michael Lucero

Guiliana Michelotti Klaus Moje Michael Pavlick

Megan Riley Toots Zynsky

MICHAEL PAVLICK Outer Space, 1998, cast glass, 16 x 14 x 12

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DUANE REED GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

4729 McPherson Avenue Saint Louis MO 63108 USA 314.361.4100 P / 314.361.4102 F www.duanereedgallery.com info@duanereedgallery.com

Duane Reed Merrill Strauss Glenn Scrivner Ethan Meyer Matthew Isaacson

JENNY POHLMAN SABRINA KNOWLES Memory’s Ghost: Himba Portrait Series, 2016, screen-printed, kiln-fired, blown, carved and blasted glass with mixed materials, 43 x 21 x 6

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GALLERY ARTISTS

John Garrett Mary Giles Katherine Glover

Jan Huling Jun Kaneko Sabrina Knowles

Jiyong Lee Steven Young Lee Lindsay Pichaske

Jenny Pohlman Joey Watson

Sunkoo Yuh Irina Zaytceva

JUN KANEKO Untitled Head Form Pair, 2015, ceramic and mosaic, 69 x 25 x 20 each

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GALERIE NOEL GUYOMARC’H ADDRESS

STAFF

4836 St-Laurent Boulevard Montreal Quebec H2T 1R5 Canada 514.840.9362 P www.galerienoelguyomarch.com info@galerienoelguyomarch.com

Noel Guyomarc’h, Director Stéphane Blackburn, Assistant Aurélie Guillaume, Assistant

AURÉLIE GUILLAUME Theodule Pillule brooch, 2016, enamel on copper, sterling silver, fine silver, powder coating, stainless steel, 17.5 x 4.8 x 1 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Silvie Altschuler Ela Bauer Bench886 Jamie Bennett Isabelle Busnel Helen Carnac Marie-Ève G. Castonguay Bridget Catchpole

Matthieu Cheminée Donna D’Aquino Bettina Dittlmann Sandra Enterline Aurélie Guillaume Gésine Hackenberg Rebecca Hannon Elizabeth Boyd Hartmann

Peter Hoogeboom Michael Jank Heejoo Kim Yong Joo Kim Petra Luz Paul McClure Seth Papac Pierre-Yves Paquette

Nina Sajet Uli Rapp Anne-Marie Rébillard Pamela Ritchie Catherine Sheedy Kye-Yeon Son Despo Sophocleous Silke Spitzer

Barbara Stutman Émilie Trudel Anne-Sophie Vallée Luzia Vogt Andrea Wagner Silvia Walz Lawrence Woodford

REBECCA HANNON Crown of Thorns necklace, 2016, laminate

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GALERIE ZUGER/ASPEN GROVE FINE ARTS ADDRESS

STAFF

120 West San Francisco Street Santa Fe NM 87501 USA 505.984.5099 P www.galeriezuger.com art@galeriezuger.com

Paul Zueger, Owner Bonnie Zueger, Owner Michael Olson, Managing Director Cheryl Westphal, Gallery Director Shannon Mills, Art Consultant Robert Wilborn, Art Consultant Doug Zueger, Staff

Aspen Grove Fine Arts 525 East Cooper Avenue #105 Aspen CO 81611 USA 970.925.5151 P www.aspengrovefineart.com courtyard@aspengroveart.com

JAMES JENSEN Cannonball, 2016, mixed media on board, 50 x 72

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Britten James Jensen Woodrow Nash Bob Wilfong De Von

BOB WILFONG Life’s Dance, 2013, bronze, 24 x 17 x 10

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GALERIE ZUGER/ASPEN GROVE FINE ARTS

BRITTEN Paradox, 2016, mixed media, 50 x 50

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BRITTEN Beginning, 2016, mixed media, 70 x 80

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GALLERY SAUSALITO ADDRESS

480 Gate Five Road Gallery 235 Sausalito CA 94965 USA 415.706.5051 P www.gallerysausalito.com gallerysausalito@hotmail.com

SUE AVERELL AND JOSEPH WOODFORD Face Vase In Blue, 2016, ceramic, acrylic pigments, polymers, 54 x 34

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Sue Averell Malen Pierson Joseph Woodford

MALEN PIERSON Out To Pasture, 2016, recycled metal assemblage, 60 x 38 x 72

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GEORGE BILLIS GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

525 West 26th Street, Ground Floor New York NY 10001 USA 212.645.2621 P www.georgebillis.com gallery@georgebillis.com

George Billis, Director Tressa Williams, Director, Los Angeles

2716 South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90034 USA 310.838.3685 P la@georgebillis.com

AHRONG KIM Dive In, 2016, glazed ceramics, luster, 14.5 x 11 x 10.5

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Wesley Anderegg David Barnett Michael Chapman Michael Cutlip

Alice Federico Richard Heisler Brad Howe Bryan Ida

Ahrong Kim Roland Kulla Stephen Magsig Kal Mansur

Randall W. L. Mooers Alex Roulette Paul Rousso Christopher Stott

Tim Vermeulen Suzan Woodruff Tim Yankosky

DAVID BARNETT Airship for Lazy Bones, 2015, mixed media construction, 25 x 37.5 x 11.5

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GLADWELL & PATTERSON ADDRESS

STAFF

5 Beauchamp Place London SW3 1NG England +44.207.584.5512 P www.gladwellpatterson.com ella@gladwellpatterson.com

Anthony Fuller, Managing Director Ella Elphick Marie-Claire Meredith

SIMON GUDGEON Lyrebird, bronze, limited edition of 9, 38.5 x 13 x 5.5

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Emanuel Bernstone Paul S. Brown Peter van Breda Salvador Dali Montague Dawson

Donald Hamilton Fraser Derek Gardner Ewoud de Groot Simon Gudgeon

Alexandre Louis Jacob Gustave Loiseau Clarissa James Karl Martens

Joan Miro Claude Monet Pablo Picasso Pierre-Auguste Renoir

George Charles Robin David Shepherd Alfred Sisley Kenneth Webb

SALVADOR DALI Sans titre (Fleurs, pastèque et poire dans un paysage ampurdanais), 1966, gouache, watercolor, brush, ink and felt-tip pen on paper, Private Collection, 15 x 22.5

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HABATAT GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

4400 Fernlee Avenue Royal Oak MI 48073 USA 248.554.0590 P / 248.554.0594 F www.habatat.com info@habatat.com

Corey Hampson, Owner Aaron Schey, Owner Debbie Clason, Gallery Manager Robert Bambrough, Manager Samantha Menzo, Office Assistant David Walstad, Art Handler Ferdinand Hampson, Founder Kathy Hampson, Social Coordinator

PETER BREMERS Space Wave, 2016, kiln cast glass, 18.6 x 15.5 x 8

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Shelley Muzylowski Allen Dean Allison Michael Behrens Alex Bernstein Martin Blank Christina Bothwell Peter Bremers Emily Brock Daniel Clayman Matthew Curtis Laura Donefer

Jan Exnar Susan Taylor Glasgow Wilfried Grootens Petr Hora Martin Janecky Steve Linn Laszlo Lukacsi Lucy Lyon Richard Marquis and Nick Mount Collaboration Mari Meszaros

Debora Moore Albert Paley Stephen Rolfe Powell David Reekie Marlene Rose Richard Royal Davide Salvadore Davide Salvadore and Shelley Muzylowski Allen Collaboration

Raven Skyriver Paul Stankard Tim Tate Margit Toth Janusz Walentynowicz Vivian Wang Catrina Weinbraub Leah Wingfield and Steven Clements Hiroshi Yamano

RICHARD MARQUIS AND NICK MOUNT Collaboration, 2016, blown glass, 25 x 9 x 9

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HAGOROMO PROJECTS ADDRESS

STAFF

33803 Bartola Drive Sterling Heights MI 48312 USA 786.999.9735 P www.hagoromoprojects.com info@hagoromoprojects.com

Anna Milashevych, Director Vitaliy Grytsyuk, Assistant Director Anna Dovbnya, Project Manager

VLAD GRISS The Ear of Van Gogh, 1995, bronze, 14 x 23 x 11

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Vlad Griss Pablo Lehmann Zinaida Lihacheva Anna Mila Anibal Vallejo

VLAD GRISS The Path of the Warrior (Samurai), 1989, bronze, 20 x 16 x 14

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HAVOC GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

27 Sears Lane Burlington VT 05401 USA 800.639.1868 P www.havocgallery.com havoc@havocgallery.com

Bruce R. MacDonald, Owner Sarah Vogelsang-Card, Director

BRUCE R. MACDONALD Just Like This, 2016, stainless steel and photons, 63 x 43

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Gordon Auchincloss Bruce R. MacDonald Joël Urruty

JOËL URRUTY Red and Silver Guardians, 2015, wood, tarnished silver pigments and concrete, 81 x 13 x 10

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HAWK GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

153 East Main Street Columbus OH 43215 USA 614.225.9595 P / 614.225.9550 F www.hawkgalleries.com tom@hawkgalleries.com

Marty Sklepko, Manager Brandon Brown Carson Wedlake Jonathon Capps Gail Garee

BERTIL VALLIEN Passage, 2016, cast glass, steel, wood cabinet, 76 x 120 x 30, cast glass: 6 x 100 x 7

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Minnie Adkins Cassandria Blackmore Martin Blank Peter Bremers Emily Brock Nancy Callan Ken Carder William Carlson Wendell Castle Daniel Clayman

Vanessa Cutler Dan Dailey Shane Fero David Huchthausen Sidney Hutter Steve Jensen Richard Jolley John Kiley Jon Kuhn Dominic Labino

Harvey Littleton Dante Marioni Shawn Messenger John Miller Tobias Mohl Luis Montoya and Leslie Ortiz William Morris Bradford Naugler Albert Paley

Frances Paley Mark Peiser Danny Perkins Stephen Powell Christopher Ries Richard Royal Kari Russell-Pool Alison Ruzsa Jack Schmidt Mary Shaffer

Harue Shimomoto Preston Singletary Hunt Slonem Paul Stankard Ethan Stern Lino Tagliapietra Bertil Vallien Red Wolf Hiroshi Yamano Brent Kee Young

BERTIL VALLIEN Passage (detail), 2016, cast glass, steel, wood cabinet, 76 x 120 x 30, cast glass: 6 x 100 x 7

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HEDONE GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

108 High Street Leonia NJ 07605 USA 201.965.9027 P www.hedonegallery.com indulge@hedonegallery.com

Bonnie Levine, Director Jeff Carr, Director Jane Levine Lori Ziliotto

FEDERICA SALA Meaningless Sense, 2015, glass, white cubic zirconia, silver, 8.3 x 8.3 x 1.6

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Annemieke Broenink Bongsang Cho Giselle Courtney

Ute Decker Jeffrey Lloyd Dever Alison Evans

Donald Friedlich Jed Green Emmeline Hastings

Ayesha Mayadas Naomi McIntosh John Moore

SJ Paik Federica Sala Tim Tate

JOHN MOORE Diamond Verto Necklace, 2015, sterling silver, 18k, diamonds, steel, silicone, and magnets, 8.3 inches diameter, Winner of three craft and design awards including Winner of The Goldsmiths’ Company Award 2016

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HELLER GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

303 Tenth Avenue New York NY 10001 USA 212.414.4014 P www.hellergallery.com info@hellergallery.com

Douglas Heller, Director Katya Heller, Director Michael Heller, Director

NORWOOD VIVIANO Mining Industries: Millennium Park, 2015, rapid prototyped pattern kilncast glass/fabricated steel, 40.75 x 15.25 x 17.5, photo: Tim Thayer/Robert Hensleigh

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Amber Cowan Steffen Dam Michael Glancy

Jeannet Iskandar Laura Kramer Karen LaMonte

Tobias Møhl Matt Moulthrop

Philip Moulthrop Sibylle Peretti

Norwood Viviano Toots Zynsky

STEFFEN DAM Encyclopedic Collection, 2016, glass, wood, metal, electrical components, 37.125 x 23 x 10.25

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HIVE CONTEMPORARY ADDRESS

PO Box 1429 Havertown PA 19083 USA 610.420.2223 P www.hivecontemporary.com jeanne@hivecontemporary.com

JOHN MILLER AND THERMAN STATOM Collaboration Goblet, 2012, glass, 36 x 10 x 14, from John Miller’s “Gathering” Exhibition 2010-2016

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Katee Boyle Rick Eggert Rachael Erickson

Slate Grove Carmichael Jones Jeremy Lampe

Zhanna Martin John Miller

Paul J. Nelson Mike da Ponte

Eduardo Prado Randy Reid

RICK EGGERT Marmalade Burst, 2015, blown glass, 23 x 27 x 10, photo: Peter Debe

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JEAN ALBANO GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

215 West Superior Street Chicago IL 60654 USA 312.440.0770 P www.jeanalbanogallery.com info@jeanalbanogallery.com

Jean Albano Broday, Owner Angelina Keating

COURTNEY TIMMERMANS Urban Herd: Moose, 2016, air rifle BBs, cast resin, mixed media, 20 x 22 x 8

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Diane Cooper Claudia DeMonte

John Geldersma John Maloof

Ed McGowin Donna Rosenthal

Susan Saladino Hunt Slonem

Courtney Timmermans John Torreano

HUNT SLONEM Untitled, 2015, oil and diamond dust on wood, 24 x 20

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JEFFREY BRESLOW GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1015 West Fulton Market Chicago IL 60607 USA 312.526.3700 P www.jeffreybreslowgallery.com jeffrey@jeffreybreslow.com

Jeffrey Breslow, Gallery Owner Paola Guzman, Gallery Director

JEFFREY BRESLOW Rose Garden Rocks!, 2014, granite boulder and stones with painted steel tubing, 24 x 32 x 39, weight 110 pounds

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Jeffrey Breslow Byram Bueno

Laurel Feldman Meg Frazier

Chie Hitotsuyama Sam Rosenthal

Lucy Slivinski Morgan Winter

Lidia Wylangowska

JEFFREY BRESLOW Circle Of Power, 2013, granite boulder and stones with rusted steel tubing, 100 x 40 x 60, weight 2700 pounds

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JOHN NATSOULAS GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

521 1st Street Davis CA 95616 USA 530.756.3938 P www.natsoulas.com art@natsoulas.com

John Natsoulas, Owner

BETH LO Bang, Bang, Child’s Play Series, 2016, slipcast and hand-built porcelain, 12 x 11 x 3

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Amber Aguirre Wesley Anderegg Robert Arneson

Stephen Braun Lisa Clague David Gilhooly

Arthur Gonzalez Michelle Gregor Margaret Keelan

Carmen Lang Beth Lo Deborah Rogers

Kevin Snipes Claudia Tarantino Iriina Zaytceva

ESTHER SHIMAZU Just Us, 2016, stoneware, 6 x 7.75 x 7

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THE K. ALLEN GALLERY ADDRESS

9991 State Highway 57 Sister Bay WI 54234 USA 920.421.1694 P www.kallengallery.gallery kclayton1459@gmail.com

DIANE TANG Lost in the Woods Cathedral, 2016, multilayered photographs printed on glass, 6 x 6

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Eoin Breadon Deanna Clayton Keith Clayton

Darlys Ewoldt Joe Ivacic Jon Kuhn

Tim Lotton David Patchen Ross Richmond

Jack Schmidt Tim Stover

Diane Tang Candone Wharton

JOE IVACIC Mocking Big Brother, 2016, hot sculpted glass, 20 x 10 x 10

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KATHRYN MARKEL FINE ARTS ADDRESS

STAFF

529 West 20th Street Suite 6W New York NY 10011 USA 212.366.5368 P www.markelfinearts.com markel@markelfinearts.com

Debra Marcoux, Director Alyssa Alexander, Gallery Manager Kathryn Markel, Principal

2418 Montauk Highway Bridgehampton NY 11932 USA 212.366.5368 P

YOLANDA SÁNCHEZ Monk’s Robes, 2014, oil on canvas, 59 x 55

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Don Martiny Yolanda Sรกnchez Debra Smith

DEBRA SMITH Gratitude 2, 2016, pieced vintage silk and antique mens suit lining, 48 x 36

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KIRRA GALLERIES ADDRESS

STAFF

Federation Square (enter via Atrium) Cnr Swanston & Flinders Streets Melbourne Victoria 3000 Australia +61.3.9639.6388 P / +61.3.9639.8522 F www.kirragalleries.com gallery@kirra.com

Suzanne Brett, Gallery Manager Vicki Winter, Administration Manager

PETER NILSSON The Approach (Female), 2016, laminated glass with enclosed engraving, 12 x 11 x 7

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Nicole Ayliffe Brenden Scott French Holly Grace

Gerry King Peter Nilsson Ruth Oliphant

Harriet Schwarzrock Tim Shaw Yusuké Takemura

Zoe Woods Robert Wynne

Kayo Yokoyama Ben Young

ROBERT WYNNE My Precious, 2016, blown glass, LED illuminated base, stainless steel, 20 x 12 x 10

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KIRSTEN MUENSTER PROJECTS ADDRESS

94 Cameo Way San Francisco CA 94131 USA 310.447.4546 P www.kirstenmuensterprojects.com kirsten.muenster@gmail.com

PASCAL OUDET Untitled, 2016, sandblasted oak, 9 x 5.5

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GALLERY ARTISTS

David Barnhill Christian Burchard

Rebecca Gouldson David Huang

Janel Jacobson Richard Kennedy

Ron Layport Pascal Oudet

Gordon Pembridge Hans Weissflog

CHRISTIAN BURCHARD A Slow Unfolding, 2016, bleached madrone root, 12 x 19 x 13

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KOREA CRAFT & DESIGN FOUNDATION ADDRESS

STAFF

8, Insa-11gil, Jongno-gu Seoul 03060 Korea +82.2.398.7951 P / +82.2.398.7999 F www.kcdfexpo.com ykseo@kcdf.kr

Seungbae Kim, General Manager, KCDF Yunkyung Seo, Senior Manager, KCDF Judy Lee, Director, Gallery LVS Dain Oh, Curator, Gallery LVS Hyojung Kim, Director, Gallery Sklo Sungyoul Kim, Curator, Gallery Sklo

Gallery LVS B1F, 33 Dosan-daero 27-gil, Gangnam-gu Seoul 06032 Korea +82.2.3443.7475 P / +82.2.3443.7827 F www.gallerylvs.org info@gallerylvs.org Gallery Sklo 1F, 29, Dasan-ro, 16-gil, Jung-gu Seoul 04591 Korea +82.2.2236.1583 P / +82.2.2236.1585 F www.gallerysklo.com sklo@gallerysklo.co.kr

DEOK-HO KIM Vestige, 2016, white porcelain, 5 x 12 x 12

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Sejin Bae Yeonsoon Chang A-mi Choi Eun-suh Choi Kyung-nam Jang Wonkun Jun

Jisook Jung Ryungjae Jung Hyerim Kang Deok-ho Kim Joon-yong Kim

Ki-ra Kim Sung-chul Kim Dae-sup Kwon In-hwa Lee Jae-jun Lee

Jaiik Lee Jeong-won Lee Kyou-hong Lee Min-soo Lee Young-hak Lee

Youngjoo Lee Pyung Mun Jung-hong Park Sung-won Park Jaesun Won

SUNG-WON PARK Man Leaning Against Wall, 2016, cast and blown glass, 22 x 6 x 7

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LONG-SHARP GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1 North Illinois, Suite A Indianapolis IN 46204 USA 866.370.1601 P www.longsharpgallery.com

Rhonda Long-Sharp, J.D., Owner Nicole ML Sharp, J.D., Gallery Director

Long-Sharp Gallery Project Space 24 West 57th Street, Suite 606 New York NY 10019 USA 866.370.1601 P

THALEN & THALEN Si tu m’embrasse, 2015, fine silver 999/000, 95 x 35 x 35 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Thalen & Thalen

THALEN & THALEN BoatShape, 2015, fine silver 999/000, 90 x 35 x 21 cm

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MARÍA ELENA KRAVETZ GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

Peatonal 25 de Mayo 240 Cordoba X5000ELF Argentina +54.351.423.9451 P www.mariaelenakravetzgallerey.com mek@mariaelenakravetzgallery.com

María Elena Kravetz, Owner Raúl Nisman, Attorney Mariana Di Rienzo, Assistant

MICHAEL SOLOMON Golden Aspens, 2016, glass acrylics and granulated metallics on resin, 60 x 42 x 2

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Blair Cahill Carol Chave Antonella Perrone and Nicolás Cuevas Jerre Davidson

Edgardo De Bortoli María De los Santos Renato Foti Linda Lewis Susan McGehee

Cynthia Miller Rene Murray Valerie Ostenak Irene Palomar

Thomas Radca José Sacal Randi Solin Michael Solomon

Sergio Valenzuela George Whitney Marcelo Wong Peter Zelle

TIM SHOCKLEY Icon, 2016, barbed wire with 24k gold plating, glass, 20 x 20 x 20

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MATTSON’S FINE ART ADDRESS

STAFF

2579 Cove Circle NE Atlanta GA 30319 USA 404.435.0801 P

Greg Mattson, Owner Frank Dobronte, Manager

SHARON MEYER Topography, 2016, mawsitsit jade, black tourmaline, black sapphires, 17 inches in length

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Afro Celotto Dinah Cross James Jim Keller

Peter Layton Sharon Meyer

Harry Roa Alexis Silk

Jaroslav Svodboda Jaroslav Wasserbaur

James Wilbat Maciej Zaborski

ALEXIS SILK Male Angel in Blue, 2016, hot sculpted blown glass, 36 x 40

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MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

1667 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington DC 20007 USA 202.333.9307 P www.littletongallery.com info@littletongallery.com

Maurine Littleton, Director Drew Storm Graham, Preparator

MICHAEL JANIS The Pale Dawn, 2016, kiln-formed glass, glass powder imagery, steel, 36 x 23

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Michael Janis Harvey K. Littleton

John Littleton Allegra Marquart

Colin Reid Therman Statom

Drew Storm Graham Kate Vogel

COLIN REID The Eye of the Needle, 2016, cast glass, 47 inches high

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MODUS ART GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

23 Place des Vosges Paris 75003 France +33.14.278.1010 P www.modus-gallery.com modus@modusgallery.com

Kif Yeya, Owner Richard Elmir, Associate Director Lisa Tapiero, Gallery Manager Stan Mink, Curator Olivier Pytel, Curator Fabrice Vignon, Curator

BRUNO CATALANO Kavita, 2016, bronze, 55 x 24 x 20 cm

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Beddru Bruno Catalano

Jesus Curia Zhuang Hong Yi

Ilhwa Kim Marta Sanchez Luengo

Manuel Mediavilla Joshua Jensen-Nagle

Shalini Nopany Bart Somers

ZHUANG HONG YI Tulips, Pink to Blue, 2016, rice paper on canvas, 90 x 70 cm, left, central and right view

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NEXT STEP STUDIOS & GALLERY ADDRESS

STAFF

530 Hilton Road Ferndale MI 48220 USA 248.342.5074 P www.nextstepstudio.com nextstepstudio@aol.com

Kaiser Suidan, Gallery Owner/Artist Rebecca Myers, Gallery Curator Peter Clouse, Gallery Asstiant

GRACEANN WARN Cosmic Structure, 2016, wax encaustic on wood

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Susan Beiner Mark Chatterley

Eric Hoefer Rebecca Myers

Ezra Seigel Kaiser Suidan

Justin Teilhet Graceann Warn

MARK CHATTERLEY Flight, 2016, ceramic and steel, 14 x 8, wall installation

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OKAY SPARK GALLERY ADDRESS

801 Boush Steet Norfolk VA 23510 USA 757.779.5784 P www.okayspark.com sindy@okayspark.com

JEREMY FIREHAMMER Destileria, 2016, stone, wood, bronze, 30 x 18 x 5

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GALLERY ARTISTS

Gabriela Aguilo Michael Bauermeister

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CLARE BELFRAGE In Sight in Coral and Blue, 2016, blown glass with cane drawing, coldworked, 40 x 38 x 14

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GUDMANN AND SLAUGHTER COLLABORATION Link Series: Arctic, 2015, stainless steel, charred wood, rotating, 72 x 24 x 22

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SOFA CHICAGO 2016

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SOFA 2016 Catalog  

The official catalog of the 23rd annual Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design Fair: SOFA CHICAGO produced by Urban-Expositions.

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