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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents

Lectures and Special Events Fine Art Dealers Associations (FADA) FADA Board of Directors and Members FADA President’s Letter Show Producer’s Letter of Greeting Beneficiaries Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) LACMA Board of Trustees LACMA Letter Art Museum Council (AMC) of LACMA AMC Board of Directors LA Art Show Gala Committees (AMC) AMC/PDC Letter PDC Board of Directors Prints and Drawing Council (PDC) of LACMA Environmental Media Association (EMA) Inner-City Arts International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPFA) IFPDA Board of Directors Museum Letters Official Letters LA Arts Month Proclamation Sponsor Letters

WELCOME TO OUR NEW HOME! The Los Angeles Art Show, over the years, has grown in both breadth and size into the international encyclopedic art fair that it is known as today, a show whose scope is as bold and vibrant as its namesake city. Now in its 14th year, we are excited to welcome you to our new venue of the Los Angeles Convention Center, a move both of necessity as well as an opportunity for greater endeavors. Presented by the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) and the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA), this year’s unprecedented showcase includes work from over 135 prominent galleries, exhibiting for sale a dazzling array of art from Rembrandt to Ruscha and beyond. Whether you’re out to acquire or simply be inspired, this five-day extravaganza of celebratory events features the powerful impact of over 15,000 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, video, and sculpture, from master works of the past to cutting edge contemporary, all vetted for authenticity and available for purchase. Join us this long weekend of art in enjoying an inspiration of work from around the world, and take home a piece of history in the making, from our new home to yours.

OPENING NIGHT GALA V.I.P. Preview - Wednesday January 21, 6 pm Opening Night Gala Wednesday January 21, 7 - 10:30pm

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LA ART SHOW Abby M. Taylor Fine Art Alpha Gallery Adler & Co. Gallery Amstel Gallery Arader Galleries Anderson Galleries Arcadia Gallery Aka Space Of Art Company Misoolsidae Artworks Gallery Bentley Gallery Blue Rain Gallery Caldwell Snyder Gallery Charlotte Jackson Fine Art Carson Van Straaten Gallery Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art Chung Jark Gallery Couturier Gallery Cumberland Gallery David Dike Fine Art David Cook Galleries David Lusk Gallery Eli Klein Fine Art Del Mano Gallery Denenberg Fine Arts Eckert Fine Art Connecticut, Inc.

Benefiting the Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA), LACMA’s Art Museum Council and Prints and Drawings Council; Environmental Media Association; and Inner-City Arts. GENERAL SHOW HOURS Thursday January 22, 11am - 8pm Friday January 23, 11am - 8pm Saturday January 24, 11am - 8pm Sunday January 25, 11am - 5pm For additional information, please visit LAARTSHOW.COM KR Martindale Show Management 310 822 9145

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Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery Eric Firestone Gallery Feingarten Galleries Fundacíon Torres Aguero Rozanés Flowers Galerie Deborah Zafman Galerie Huebner & Huebner Gallery Henoch Galerie Michael Gallery Jones George Billis Gallery Gebert Gallery George Stern Fine Arts Giart Galeria D’Art Ginocchio Galería Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press Greenfield Sacks Gallery Hamilton-Selway Fine Art Hayden & Fandetta Rare Books Hespe Gallery Holsten Galleries J. Cacciola Gallery Jack Rutberg Fine Arts Jacob Karpio Galeria Jerald Melberg Gallery Julie Baker Fine Art Jane Kahan Gallery Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art Kathryn Markel Fine Arts Kelley Gallery Koplin Del Rio Gallery La Contemporary Lausberg Contemporary Levis Fine Art M.S. Rau Antiques LewAllen Galleries Louis Stern Fine Arts Manny Silverman Gallery Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art McColl Fine Art McCormick Gallery Mixografia Modernbook Gallery Nancy Hoffman Gallery Nedra Matteucci Galleries Newzones Pan American Art Projects Peter Fetterman Gallery Pyo Gallery Ran Gallery Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery Red Truck Gallery Rehs Galleries, Inc.

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Robert Berman Gallery Robert L. Parsons Fine Art Robischon Gallery Schiller & Bodo European Paintings Sabina Lee Gallery Spanierman Modern Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts Stewart Gallery Sue Greenwood Fine Art Sullivan Goss An American Gallery Sundaram Tagore Gallery Timothy Yarger Fine Art Yarger I Strauss Contemporary Susan Teller Gallery Tandem Press Tanner Hill Gallery Tasende Gallery The Redfern Gallery The Steps Gallery Thomas Paul Fine Art Trigg Ison Fine Art Trotter Galleries Venice Projects Ltd. Van Eyck Galería De Arte Vincent Vallarino Fine Art, Ltd. Westwood Gallery, Inc. Wooster Projects William A. Karges Fine Art

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L A Fine P rint Fair The Art of Japan Douglas Frazer C. & J. Goodfriend Drawings and Prints Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts M. Lee Stone Fine Prints, Inc. Tobey C. Moss Gallery The Verne Collection Inc. Worthington Gallery Project Spaces Artist Index

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Arts Organizations Installations Music VIP Program Special Thanks Opening Night Gala Sponsor List Sponsors / Media Partners / Thank you to

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BOOTH INDEX

BOOTH INDEX

BOOTH #

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts C113 Kelley Gallery A3 LA ART SHOW H208 Abby M. Taylor Fine Art C102 Koplin Del Rio Gallery I 235 Alpha Gallery G181 LA Contemporary I 241 Adler & Co. Gallery D122 Lausberg Contemporary E141 Amstel Gallery D132 Levis Fine Art H200 Arader Galleries B23 LewAllen Galleries C100 Anderson Galleries A2 Louis Stern Fine Arts D121 Arcadia Gallery E155 Manny Silverman Gallery H212 Aka Space Of Art Company Misoolsidae Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art B31 H211 / I 240 McColl Fine Art D127 Artworks Gallery G191 McCormick Gallery A9 Bentley Gallery H204 Mixografia G198 Bert Green Fine Art H215 Modernbook Gallery B32 Billy Shire Fine Arts H214 M.S. Rau Antiques F166 Blue Rain Gallery B53 Nancy Hoffman Gallery B22 Caldwell Snyder Gallery F171 Nedra Matteucci Galleries F164 Carson Van Straaten Gallery F176 Newzones G190 Charlotte Jackson Fine Art F163 Pan American Art Projects I 245 Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art E143 PDX Contemporary Art D126 Chung Jark Gallery I 242 Peter Fetterman Gallery E150 Couturier Gallery C105 Pyo Gallery A4 Cumberland Gallery H207 Ran Gallery F170 David Cook Galleries B42 Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery G196 David Dike Fine Art A6 Red Truck Gallery B16 David Lusk Gallery G187 Rehs Galleries, Inc. C109 Del Mano Gallery B50 Robert Berman Gallery B41 Denenberg Fine Arts C104 Robert L. Parsons Fine Art G180 Eckert Fine Art Connecticut, Inc. D123 Robischon Gallery G192 Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery F162 Sabina Lee Gallery B20 Eli Klein Fine Art D130 Schiller & Bodo European Paintings H221 Eric Firestone Gallery C106 Seminal Projects E145 Feingarten Galleries B24 Spanierman Modern A5 Flowers E140 Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts G195 Fundacíon Torres Aguero Rozanés F165 Stewart Gallery F175 Galerie Deborah Zafman I 243 Sue Greenwood Fine Art D135 Gallery Henoch D136 Sullivan Goss An American Gallery G185 Galerie Huebner & Huebner H205 Sundaram Tagore Gallery A8 Gallery Jones H206 Susan Teller Gallery B62 Galerie Michael B21 Tandem Press E152 George Billis Gallery H210 Tanner Hill Gallery C103 George Stern Fine Arts B15 Tasende Gallery Gebert Gallery E142 Timothy Yarger Fine Art Yarger I Strauss Contemporary F170 Giart Galeria D’art C112 B30 Ginocchio Galería E144 The Redfern Gallery G199 Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press D131 The Steps Gallery H217 Greenfield Sacks Gallery F160 Thomas Paul Fine Art A7 Hamilton-Selway Fine Art E154 Trigg Ison Fine Art H209 Hayden & Fandetta Rare Books B51 Van Eyck Galería De Arte H213 Hespe Gallery E151 Venice Projects Ltd. D129 Holsten Galleries B52 Vincent Vallarino Fine Art, Ltd. C110 J. Cacciola Gallery D137 Westwood Gallery, Inc. A1 Jack Rutberg Fine Arts D120 William A. Karges Fine Art D128 Jacob Karpio Galeria F161 Wooster Projects I 244 Jane Kahan Gallery B40 798 Avant Gallery Jerald Melberg Gallery H203 Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art C101 L A Fine P rint Fair P78 Julie Baker Fine Art G186 Annex Galleries

Arion Press P89 Armstrong Fine Art P80 The Art of Japan Douglas Frazer P87 C. & J. Goodfriend Drawings and Prints P77 Carolyn Staley Fine Prints P79 Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints P90 Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts P88 M. Lee Stone Fine Prints, Inc. P85 ifpda Printing Demo P84 Roger Genser P76 Tobey C. Moss Gallery P81 The Verne Collection Inc. P82 Warnock Fine Arts P83 Worthington Gallery P86

Participating M useums and A rts O rgani z ations Art Museum Council (AMC) B70 Autry National Center M253 California Art Club NP64 Chora Prints NP63 Free Arts for Abused Children NP68 Frostig Collection NP66 Gallery 825 NP61 Inner City Arts B73 LA Print Making Society NP65 Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) B71 Museum of Latin American Art M250 Museum of Ventura County M252 Pharmaka H216 Prints and Drawings Council (PDC) B72 Ryman Arts NP67 Santa Monica Museum of Art M251 Step Up on Second NP69

P u b lications American Art Review Angeleno Magazine Art and Living Art & Antiques Art In America Artinfo.com Art Ltd. The Art Newspaper Art Scene Artworks Magazine Business Jet Traveler Coagula Art Journal Dwell Magazine Eyemazing The Magazine Antiques THE Magazine Trend Magazine Venice Magazine

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O ther Participants Fine Art Conservation Laboratories, Inc. B75 LA Packing, Crating and Transport M254 Shawn Speck Picture Frames B74 5


Lectures AND SPECIAL EVENTS

Lectures AND SPECIAL EVENTS

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FRIDAY

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2009

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2009

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PANEL DISCUSSION

The Latin American Art Scene in the 21st Century: Dialogue Museum of Latin American Art

Photography The Medium of Our Time: “Everything You Have Always Wanted To Know About Collecting Fine Art Photography”

”Art in the New Political Landscape”

Sponsored by Art + Living Magazine

4pm Collecting: A Passion of a lifetime Why, What, How: Panel Discussion Sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association Internationally recognized print collectors Hannah S. Kully and Dr Richard Simms talk to curator, essayist and critic Donna Stein about their collections of American and German art respectively. The discussion will reveal how they began, what each brought into focus, and why their passions for prints continues.

MOLAA’s Vice-President of Exhibitions and Special Projects Alex Slato and museum curator Idurre Alonso will offer an open dialogue with the audience to discuss recent changes occurring on the Latin American art scene. The discussion will focus on new trends, the impact of globalization and collecting art from Latin America.

4pm Art As An Alternative Asset - Issues & Solutions: Panel Discussion Sponsored by Art & Antiques Magazine Moderated by Christy Grosz, Executive Editor, Art & Antiques Panelists: Abby L.T. Feinman – Partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Los Angeles; Suzanne Goldstein Baker – Vice President and National Exchange Counsel with Investment Property Exchange Services, Inc.; Robert W. Koo – Collector and Art Succession and Philanthropy Consultant with Bonhams New York, Philadelphia and Palm Beach; Peter J. May, JD, LL.M, CPA, CFP – Vice President and Relationship Manager at Pitcairn in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania; Judith L. Pearson – President, ARIS Corporation and ARIS Title Insurance Corporation. This panel session will present vital information and perspectives from market experts for any collector. Topics presented will include having a collecting strategy, knowing what you are collecting, ownership and title issues, art investment funds and estate and succession planning.

6pm Critiquing the Critic: Is Criticism Still Relevant Panel Discussion Sponsored by THE Magazine THE Magazine associate editor, Peter Frank engages some of LA’s leading critics: Gallerist, David Salow, Artist/Writer, Annie Wharton, and others t.b.a., in what is sure to be an opinionated discussion about the historical and current relevance of criticism, and even about what criticism is. 6

Peter Fetterman of Peter Fetterman Gallery The celebrated American photographer Edward Weston died penniless in 1958 never having sold one of his photographs during his lifetime for more than $25. One of his prints sold at auction in 2008 for close to $2million. For 30 years Peter Fetterman has been collecting and for the last 20 years has been exhibiting many of the world’s greatest photographers including Henri Cartier Bresson, Ansel Adams and Sebastiao Salgado and has lived the growth of this fascinating market firsthand. Hear Peter talk about the history, aesthetics and economics of this powerful art form that many consider the “medium of our time” in this informal talk.

1pm “East Meets West: The Rise of Contemporary Asian Art” Panel Discussion Sponsored by art ltd. magazine. Panelists will include Curator Jeff Kelley, Curator/Gallerist Chip Tom, Art Dealer, Karon Morono, and Critic Scarlet Cheng; Moderated by art ltd. editor George Melrod. In recent years, the dramatic emergence of contemporary Asian art has had a notable impact on both the global art market, and worldwide cultural dialogue. In 2008, shows of top Asian art collections at leading museums, and the expansion of galleries showing emerging Asian artists, have emphatically introduced these practices to West Coast audiences. Does the rise of Asian art mark merely a passing fad or a significant shift? Is there a critical context in the West to assess this body of work? In this panel, leading gallerists and curators discuss the new visibility of Asian art, and the growing global interconnectedness of contemporary art production.

Art Scene Visual Radio presents AVR Hosts Mat Gleason (4pm) Marlena Donohue (4:30pm) Hunter Drohojowska-Philp (5:00) Q & A to follow Sponsored by ArtScene Magazine With the inauguration of President Barak Obama just having occurred, how will the changes in the political arena affect current aesthetic practices and art world affairs? AVR radio host Marlena Donohue brings this lively topic to the table in a round table feminist discussion with panelists Cherie Gaulke, Jerri Allyn, and Kim Abeles. Mat Gleason brings his AVR commentary and opinion program to the LA Art Show with his iconoclastic approach. For those who aren’t yet familiar with Mat--no this is not going to be a business seminar! And Hunter Drohojowska-Philp interviews artist Mark Bradford. They will explore his point of view as an individual African-American artist, and his take on the impact of the new President in terms of both arts policy and the broad cultural tone that might be set.

6pm The Cosmopolitan Chicken Project: “Art only has to be confrontation with the other” Venice Projects Reporter and CBS News correspondent Mike Phillips in discussion with Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen (2009 Venice Biennale). Controversial for his cross-over art project consisting of live chickens from various countries and continents; Vanmechelen’s work dissects such critical cultural discussions as multiculturalism, globalization, symbiosis, fertility, cloning, and genetic manipulation.

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Lectures AND SPECIAL EVENTS

saturday sunday

Special Events

Sunday, JANUARY 25, 2009 10am

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Art Collectors Boot Camp

Art + Living ‘Art to Life Awards’

Jori Finkel, L.A. contributor to the New York Times and Contributor Editor of Art + Auction

Sponsored by Art + Living Magazine

Want to build the art collection of your dreams? Back by popular demand, this workshop offers the art world equivalent to fantasy football. With art critic Jori Finkel acting as coach, you can spend up to $50,000 (of play money, sorry!) on works from the fair to assemble your own visionary art collection. The workshop will begin with Finkel’s introduction to various buying strategies and end with a group presentation of your new acquisitions. Along the way, you will visit several of the 135 gallery booths at the fair and discover more about your own identity as a collector. Fee to register. Limited enrolment.

Art + Living Magazine will honor our great artists of the ‘Cool School’ for their contributions to the Arts in Los Angeles. Larry Bell, Ed Moses and Billy AL Bengston will be accepting Art and Living “ART TO LIFE AWARD” for their contributions to the Los Angeles Art scene as well as Betty Saar. Photographer, Howard Bingham will also be honored for his life long endeavors and his visionary oeuvre. One additional and special award will be an art and living Lifetime achievement award honoring Julies Schulman for his dedicated photography that has captured Los Angeles for decades.

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Screening of 2007’s the “Cool School”

Screening of “Dante’s Inferno” with opening remarks by the Artist/Filmaker Sandow Birk

Directed by Morgan Neville and set in a 1950’s blacklisting Los Angeles, this spirited documentary focuses on the cultural hub of the Ferris Gallery, presenting a West Coast artistic scene that includes the likes of Ed Ruscha, Robert Irwin, Ed Moses, Wallace Berman, and Ed Kienholz (many of the artists to be honored in the Art + Living Awards following).

Courtesy of the Artist and Koplin Del Rio Gallery

1pm Inner-City Arts Children’s Activity Room Children’s art activity room with instruction from two of Inner-City Arts talented artist/teachers, beginning at 1 pm until supplies are gone! Inner-City Arts’ unique teaching approach offers children the opportunity to communicate their feelings and ideas via the universal language of art. Come see for yourself what it’s all about! - See page 12

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“Melding the seemingly disparate traditions of apocalyptic live-action graphic novel and charming Victoria-era toy theater, Dante’s Inferno is a subversive, darkly satirical update of the original 14th century literary classic. Retold with the use of intricately hand-drawn paper puppets and miniature sets, and without the use of CGI effects, this unusual travelogue takes viewers on a tour of hell. And what we find there, looks a lot like the modern world.”

ART OF FASHION @ THE LOS ANGELES ART SHOW Where high fashion merges with the world of art

Friday, January 23, 2009 8PM – 10PM LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER West Hall A 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles CA 90015 Many thanks to Angeleno magazine and GEN ART for bringing the Art of Fashion to the Los Angeles Art Show. Showcasing the merging of art with high fashion, young art patrons will come together in the name of these artistic forms to celebrate the influence these two worlds have played upon each other.  The evening will also honor the various organizations that continue to foster young patrons in the LA arts and culture scene, including GEN ARTs Collector’s Circle, MOCA’s Contemporaries, LACMA’s Avant Garde & Muse, Gallery 825, and the Getty. Featuring L.A. based DJ LENGUA’s infectious beats and Latin mixes, and sponsored by Don Julio Tequila.

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night party

RSVP for this sensory-filled evening of the many arts, fashion, art, and music, at RSVPLA@modernluxury.com.

Film synopsis Limited number of free Dante’s Inferno movie posters available at screening.

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Special Events

Special Events

First Annual Films on Art series

THE FILMS: THE TITAN: STORY OF MICHELANGELO (1951) - 70 min. Produced by Robert Snyder, Ralph Alswag, Robert Flaherty, Directed by Richard Lyford, Written by Norman Borisoff The life and works of the great artist Michelangelo Buonarroti are shown against the historical background of his time. It begins with his earliest artworks, and follows his life and career as he achieves lasting fame.

The Los Angeles Art Show in conjunction with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the USC School of Cinematic Arts presented the First Annual Films on Art film series. Free to the public, the series took place January 17-18, 2009 to coincide with Los Angeles Art Month. The Films on Art series featured eight documentary films focusing on or featuring artists and the fine arts. All films were shown at the USC Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre located on the USC Campus.

CHAGALL (1963) (18 min.) * Produced by Simon Schiffrin, Written by Leonard Neubauer, Narrated by Vincent Price Interprets the work of Russian artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985). His life story unfolds though close-ups of his paintings and stained-glass windows. CHRISTO’S VALLEY CURTAIN (1973) 27 min. Produced and directed by Albert Maysles and David Maysles, Directed by Ellen Hovde CHRISTO’S VALLEY CURTAIN (1973)

RED GROOMS: SUNFLOWER IN A HOTHOUSE (1986)

The Bulgarian-born Christo’s dramatic hanging of a huge orange curtain between two Colorado mountains. The film is the permanent record of a project that rocked the artistic community and turned skeptical iron-workers into astonished fans. THE FACE OF LINCOLN (1955) ca. 20 min. Produced by Wilbur T. Blume USC art professor Merrell Gage sculpts Lincoln’s head while lecturing about the great man. Starting with an egg shaped mass of clay, Mr. Gage helps you see the face of Lincoln change with the years JIM DINE: A SELF-PORTRAIT ON THE WALLS (1995) 28 min. Produced by Nancy Dine, Richard Stillwell Records eight days of intense work and quiet rumination as internationally renowned artist Jim Dine produces a temporary exhibition of huge, bold charcoal drawings directly on the walls of the Ludwigsburg Kunstverein near Stuttgart, Germany.

THE TITAN: STORY OF MICHELANGELO (1951)

THE FACE OF LINCOLN (1955)

BLOOD TIES: THE LIFE AND WORK OF SALLY MANN (1993)

RED GROOMS: SUNFLOWER IN A HOTHOUSE (1986) 21 min. Produced by Tom Neff, Madeline Bell A unique and vibrant artist, Red Grooms’ work and aesthetic development are traced as the artist takes us on a guided tour of his “picto-sculptoramas.” These pieces are a blend of painting and sculpture which are three-dimensional and may be walked into. BLOOD TIES: THE LIFE AND WORK OF SALLY MANN (1993) 30 min. Produced by Steven Cantor, Peter Spirer Explores the world of the controversial photographer whose studies of her own three children have been criticized for using nudity and being otherwise exploitative. FOUR STONES FOR KANEMITSU (1973) 28 min. Produced by June Wayne, Terry Sanders

CHAGALL (1963)

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JIM DINE: A SELF-PORTRAIT ON THE WALLS (1995)

FOUR STONES FOR KANEMITSU (1973)

Produced at the Tamarind Lithography Workshop, the film shows the collaboration between artist Matsumi Kanemitsu and master printer Serge Lozingot as they create a four-color lithograph.

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Special Events

To our LA Art Show Friends

INNER-CITY ARTS CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY ROOM Sunday, January 25, 1pm

Join us on Sunday, follow the signs, up the escalators, and to the left, for the Children’s Activity Room, with instruction from two of Inner-City Arts talented artist/teachers, beginning at 1 pm until supplies are gone! All ages of children welcome:  elementary school, tweens, teens, and inspired parents.  As one of our gala beneficiaries the LA Art Show would like to thank Inner-City Arts for giving us an inside look at some of their vital arts programming.  With continuing cuts in arts education, we all agree how important such initiatives are not only to academic pursuits but also to personal growth and life-long endeavors.   Please visit www.inner-cityarts.org for further information about Inner-City Arts programming, providing opportunities to some of the city’s most deserving children.

Print Demonstrations at the IFPDA Print Fair During general show hours visit the IFPDA Print Fair section of the fair to view first hand the delightful processes behind the art of printmaking. Dave Lefner, a Los Angeles printmaker, will demonstrate the technique of block printing on wood and linoleum.  He will show how the block can be printed in many ways, varying the paper on which it’s printed, the color(s) in which it is printed, the humidity of the paper, etc., creating a unique impression each time.

The Art of Music House of Vibe All Stars Wednesday, January 21, Opening Night Gala Performance, 6 – 10:30pM Saturday, January 24, Supper Time Show, 4 – 6:30pM

DJ LENGUA @ the Art of Fashion Party Friday, January 23, 8 – 10pm Presented by Angeleno Magazine to RSVP: RSVPLA@modernluxury.com Art comes in many mediums and we are pleased to introduce the musical impressions of House of Vibe All Stars and DJ LENGUA. In a city well known as a musical epicenter, House of Vibe All Stars presents a host of musical talents versed on a range of instruments, from vocals to brass, while DJ LENGUA serves up his own eclectic interpretation of Latin dance grooves. Enjoy the vibe.

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The LA Art Show brings a pleasure of artwork from 135 art galleries from around the globe, and after visiting our show, we want you to explore and discover art throughout our fair city. Whether it is art galleries in our thriving downtown, pocket communities such as Culver City, Beverly Hills, or the beaches, you will be amazed at the products, services, design, and architecture that is Los Angeles. You can also celebrate the art of design and living with the help of our friends… Hastens

Art is not confined to paintings and sculptures. Hastens produces all natural beds by hand, using the finest 100% all natural and eco-friendly materials, such as horsehair, cotton, wool, flax, and Swedish pine; no latex, foam, polyurethane or any other synthetic materials. These beds are truly a work of art. Founded in 1852, Hastens is a family-run company and Sweden’s oldest manufacturer of beds. Because they use all natural materials, it allows the bed to breathe with you while you sleep. The product line includes frame beds, continental beds and adjustable beds priced from $4,400 to $59,750. According to Jacob Koo - CEO of Hastens, "While there are a number of appealing aspects to a Hastens bed, including the fact that they are made using 100% all natural materials, and that they are truly a piece of 'functional' art, the most important thing is that Hastens beds are unbelievably comfortable.   And with the 25-year warranty that comes with every Hastens bed . . . the investment will be worthwhile." Hastens is located in a chic shopping enclave in West Hollywood just off of Roberston Blvd on Beverly Blvd or, you can find information about Hastens online at www.hastensonbeverly.com. Curated

When it comes to art and design, Los Angeles is at the forefront of contemporary architecture, furniture, and design. Curated is a full service design firm whose philosophy is rooted in beauty, history, and artistry. They manage all phases of interior design from concept through construction. Co-Owners, Delta Wright and Elena Frampton and their team of accomplished professionals in Los Angeles and New York are passionate about creating artful, unique spaces for living. Their mission is to turn design challenges and constraints into interiors you want to live in. Recent Curated projects include a Flatiron loft, Tribeca residence, West Chelsea development, Upper West Side lobby, and a hotel on the Oregon coast. Delta Wright, founding partner, “At Curated we are passionate about creating artful, unique spaces for living. Our collaborative approach enables us to understand our client’s individualism and operate beyond the confines of trends.” Visit Curated at 2812 Santa Monica Blvd #206 in Santa Monica, CA or online at www.curated.com. Enjoy your time at the LA Art Show, see the sights of our artful communities, and discover our friends at Hastens and Curated.

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Los Angeles 2812 Santa Monica Blvd. , No 206 Santa Monica, CA 90404 t 310 828 6417 f 310 828 6517

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New York 54 West 21 Street, No 501 New York, NY 10010 t 212 448 1091 f 212 448 1093

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FADA

FADA

FINE ART DEALER ASSOCIATION

The Fine Art Dealers Association was founded in 1990 as a non-profit membership organization of respected and established dealers from across the United States. Its members are dedicated to promoting and maintaining the highest degree of professionalism, scholarship and integrity in all business conducted with colleagues, institutions and the art buying public. Membership in FADA is highly selective and by invitation only. Each member has expert knowledge of the artist or periods in which he or she specializes and maintains a corresponding inventory. In addition to demonstrating a commitment to enriching the cultural lives of their communities, members share their expertise through significant exhibitions, informative catalogs, and by offering quality works of art whose authenticity is unconditionally guaranteed. FADA, as the overseeing organization of the Los Angeles Art Show, applies these same quality principles to the ambitions of this annual art exposition. FADA’s growing membership, now at 54 members, parallels the Los Angeles Art Show’s own increased roster of galleries, growing attendance, and essential need to move to a new home—demonstrating that these values speak to a larger, art-loving audience. It is this vision of excellence that will greet all those who attend the Los Angeles Art Show’s five-days of vibrant offerings, in a celebratory event, to admire, view, and purchase, art work from around the world, across mediums, and over the centuries of time. The Fine Art Dealers Association is pleased to join you in the art-capital of Los Angeles.

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fada board OF DIRECTORS AND MEMBERS

BOARD MEMBERS

MEMBERS

Howard L. Rehs - President Beverly Denenberg - Vice President Louis Stern - Secretary Geoff Cline - Treasurer Jonathan Novak Susan Bodo Betina Tasende George Stern Abby Taylor

Abby M Taylor Fine Art Anderson Galleries, Inc. Avery Galleries Caldwell Gallery Charleston Renaissance Gallery Cincinnati Art Galleries, Llc Cline Fine Art Cooley Gallery Couturier Gallery David Cook Fine Art David Dike Fine Art David Klein Gallery De Ru’s Fine Arts Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc. Douglas Frazer Fine Art Ltd. Eckert & Ross Fine Art Eckert Fine Art - Connecticut, Inc. Elins Eagle-Smith Gallery Galerie Michael George Stern Fine Arts Godel & Co., Inc. Greenfield Sacks Gallery Guarisco Gallery Jane Kahan Gallery Jerald Melberg Gallery Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art Julie Baker Fine Art

Lawrence J. Cantor & Company Leslie Sacks Fine Art Levis Fine Art, Inc. Lewallen Galleries Lisa Sette Gallery Louis Stern Fine Arts Mccoll Fine Art Mitchell Brown Fine Art, Inc. Nancy Hoffman Gallery Nedra Matteucci Galleries Peter Fetterman Gallery Questroyal Fine Art, Llc Red Fox Fine Art Redfern Gallery Rehs Galleries, Inc. Roughton Galleries Schiller & Bodo European Paintings Spanierman Gallery Sullivan Goss TasendE Gallery Thomas Nygard Gallery Timothy Yarger Fine Art Trotter Galleries Vallejo Gallery Vincent Vallarino Fine Art William A. Karges Fine Art Wooster Projects

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producer’s letter

letter of greeting

FADA president’s letter

Well, 2008 was one heck of a year. Turmoil in the financial markets had a ripple (probably more like a Tsunami) effect on everyone. Stocks, which were running toward 14000 before the summer, were at the 8500 level near the end of December and the Dow gyrated by hundreds, if not thousands, of points in a day. Oil skyrocketed to over $147 a barrel, and then plummeted to the mid $30s a few months later. And let’s not even talk about the housing and job markets. In the end, the only somewhat bright spot was the art market. Now do not get me wrong, the art market has seen many heavy waves pound its shores, but even during the worst of 2008, art was selling – and some of it for record prices. The month of October saw many 19th century European works hit the market and a great deal of strength was seen, with record auction prices being set for Edma Dehodencq ($1.08 million), Wilhelm Kuhnert ($590,000), and Victor Gilbert ($542,500). And we cannot forget the works by Muller, Bouguereau, Gerome and Pasini that all sold in excess of $1 million. In November the Impressionist and Contemporary sales took place and grossed a combined total of $730 million; yes, that was a long way from what they expected but still, $730 million worth of art sold in two weeks --- you have to agree that during these ‘difficult’ financial times, that was pretty impressive! Among the really bright spots from those sales were: Malevich’s Suprematist Composition at $60 million; Munch’s Vampire at $38.16 million; a Degas work on paper at $37.04 million; Yves Klein’s Archisponge (RE11) - $21.36 million; Philip Guston’s auction record $10.16 million for Beggar’s Joy; and John Currin’s Nice ‘N Easy – another auction record at $5.46 million. By December the American and Old Master works were making their rounds and even these sales had their share of fireworks – Canaletto’s The Grand Canal… brought $5.72 million; van Mieris the Elder’s A Young Woman in a Red Jacket Feeding a Parrot made $5.4 million; da Carpi’s Portrait of Bindo Altoviti made $4.56 million; Tiepolo’s long lost Portrait of a Lady as Flora brought $4.22 million; Francis Silva’s Sunrise at Tappan Zee made an auction record $2.66 million; and O’Keeffe’s Blue Wave Maine garnered $1.65 million.

2009 is now upon us and the Fine Art Dealers Association’s Los Angeles Art Show, the first MAJOR art exhibit of the year, has once again made some MAJOR changes. 15 years ago we started as a small group show at the Pasadena Civic Center; today we feature over 135 dealers from across the globe displaying over 4 centuries of great art at the LA Convention Center. This new venue gives our show greater flexibility to meet the needs of our exhibitors while affording our visitors both a visually stimulating and relaxing viewing experience. And let’s not forget the ‘climate controls’! On behalf of the members of the Fine Art Dealers Association, it is my pleasure to welcome all of our visitors and exhibiting dealers to the 14th Annual Los Angeles Art Show. We know you will all have great time. Peace Howard L. Rehs, President Fine Art Dealers Association

The 2009 Los Angeles Art Show sets itself apart in more ways than one. First, on this year’s agenda, we will be moving the fair to its new venue of the award winning Los Angeles Convention Center. While the growth of the show continues to be a motivating factor for the move (we will not forget our beach side stomping grounds), the Convention Center’s convenient downtown location and spacious glass and steel pavilions provide a grand backdrop to some of the world’s most stunning art work. We are excited to call this architectural splendor our new home. A secondary achievement, though as just of great of importance, is our evolving list of exhibitors. Despite a rather challenging economic environment we are thrilled to welcome our largest number of participants ever, with over 135 exhibitors from around the globe in attendance, an expanded gala beneficiary night, support from the City of Los Angeles and the Department of Cultural Affairs, an increased museum and non-profit roster, as well as the fourth incarnation of the much anticipated Supersonic 2009, featuring this year’s MFA outcrop of an emerging generation of Southern California artists. The 2009 Los Angeles Art Show also highlights a greater expanse of programming interests with the inception of a Sculpture Garden in the spacious entrance hallways of the Convention Center, expanded special events and symposium offerings, including a Children’s Activity Room and movie screenings, a Video Display presenting artists from our incoming gallerists, and a night out with Angeleno Magazine, at Friday Night’s Art Of Fashion Party. Thirdly, and as in all year’s past, we are pleased to be joined again by some of the US’s and the world’s most distinguished galleries and artists. I thank you for joining us in Los Angeles during a period of uncertainty and yet one of great optimism and potential. What we all value, expression, the vision of art, is what we bring to this fair as well as what we take away. And to the audience and all those who make this show possible, FADA, the IFPDA, our sponsors, and growing network of affiliates and colleagues, I welcome you to the 2009 LA Art Show with the certainty that this year is but the successful grounding for many more years to come. Have a fun-filled welcome in beautiful Los Angeles—a city whose art is the uniting of a rich, cultural fabric much like the Los Angeles Art Show. Kim Martindale K R Martindale Show Management Show Producer

Between the dealers and auction rooms, billions of dollars worth of art traded hands during the Fall of 2008.

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Since its inception in 1965, LACMA has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography—and represent Los Angeles’ uniquely diverse population. Today, the museum features particularly strong collections of Asian, Latin American, European, and American art, as well as a new contemporary museum on its campus, BCAM. With this expanded space for contemporary art, innovative collaborations with artists, and its ongoing Transformation project, LACMA is creating a truly modern lens through which to view its rich encyclopedic collection.

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William Howard Ahmanson Wallis Annenberg Willow Bay William J. Bell Nicolas Berggruen David C. Bohnett Suzanne Deal Booth Brigitte Bren Eva Chow Ann Colgin Kelly Day Robert A. Day Chris DeWolfe Janet Dreisen Camilla Chandler Frost Andrew Gordon Tom Gores Andrew Hauptman Victoria Jackson Suzanne Kayne Robert A. Kotick Mrs. Harry Lenart Robert Looker Michael Lynton Robert F. Maguire III Mrs. Wendy Stark Morrissey Jane Nathanson Peter Norton Geoffrey Palmer Anthony N. Pritzker Mrs. Stewart Resnick Tony Ressler Edward P. Roski, Jr. Terry Semel Florence Sloan Eric Smidt Michael G. Smooke Barbra Streisand Sandra W. Terner Casey Wasserman

Daniel N. Belin Mrs. Lionel Bell Donald L. Bren Eli Broad Mrs. Edward W. Carter Julian Ganz, Jr. Mrs. Dwight M. Kendall Eric Lidow William A. Mingst Mrs. Lillian Apodaca Weiner Walter L. Weisman

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ART MUSEUM COUNCIL OF LACMA

AMC BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2008 - 2009

Founded in 1952, the Art Museum Council (AMC) is LACMA’s longestrunning volunteer support organization, assisting each of the museum’s curatorial departments. To fulfill the council’s mission of service to the museum, the group has raised and contributed more than $10 million toward the purchase of over 143 works of art and has expanded its mission by funding important exhibitions and educational programs.

Brenda Abramson Terry Bell Lana Bergstein Ellen Buchanan Paula Carroll Kat Cheema Eydie Desser Harriet Eilber Leslie Einstein Carol Fainer Jill Fink Bunni Fischer Nancy Freedman Robyn Fuchs Carol Goldberg Caryl Golden Alison Greenberg

As early as 1953 the AMC instituted two nationally known and still active fundraising events. The immensely popular Art & Architecture Tour is held annually each April, providing museum members and their friends the opportunity to view some of Los Angeles’ most distinguished private art collections and most architecturally significant residences. The council also created the well-received and reviewed Art Rental and Sales Gallery at LACMA, which provides a forum for emerging Southern California artists to showcase their work while also giving museum members and the public the opportunity to purchase art. Museum members may even rent works of art for their homes and businesses. The Art Museum Council is honored to have been chosen for a sixth year as the beneficiary of the proceeds from the Opening Night Gala of the Los Angeles Art Show. The council will use its proceeds to assist in funding the exhibition Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures.

Edward Kienholz, Back Seat Dodge ‘38, 1964 Paint, fiberglass and flock, 1938 Dodge, recorded music, and player, chicken wire, beer bottles, artificial grass, and cast plaster figures. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by the Art Museum Council Fund

Man’s Tunic, Colonial period, 17th century Camelid fiber warp-faced plain weave with silk and metallic thread embroidery, and glass beads Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Museum Council Fund Photo © 2008 Museum Associates/LACMA

Alexander Calder, Hello Girls, 1964 Painted metal, mobile Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Museum Council Fund © Alexander Calder Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris; Photo © 2008 Museum Associates/ LACMA

Dorsey Griffey Judi Grushcow Diana Gutman Laura Hein Amy Higgins Lynne Hiller Barbara Iorillo Pam Kahan Nancy Kaye Marti Koplin Nancy Koven Patty Kraus Carole Lazar Marilyn Levin Anita Levine Dottie Lewis Sue Meltzer Bobbi Nastro Sharyl Overholser Melissa Pennington Beverly Phillips Gail Rachelefsky Judy Richman Sharon Romick Beth Rosenbloom Susan Savin Rita Schwartz Peggy Shapiro Gloria Sherwood Linda Silver Ruth Lynn Sobel Janey Sweet Sande Thayer Stephanie Vahn Clare Wagner Babette Walter Penni Wynne Mary Zinser

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Carol Goldberg, AMC Chair Caryl Golden Diana Gutman, Gala Co-Chairs

Laurel Alweil Brenda Abramson Terry Bell Phyllis Colman Eydie Desser Judy Fischer Diane Gerry Gwynne Gipstein Judi Grushcow Ina Kagel Marilyn Levin Linda Matthies Sharon Romick Fran Sanders Rita Schwartz Peggy Shapiro Joyce Sommer Joni Steier Toni Stern Marilyn Strumwasser Janey Sweet Clare Wagner Sue Zaret

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Paula Carroll Carol Fainer Dorsey Griffey Nancy Kaye DÉCOR

Ann Rose Kaplan HOSPITALITY

Elaine Abramson Robyn Fuchs INFORMATION & PRESS LIAISON

Barbara Iorillo AMC COUNCIL COORDINATOR

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS PDC 2008 - 2009 Victoria Blyth Hill, Chair Sharon Goodman Squires, Vice-Chair Ruth Engel, Board Member Emeritus Andrew George Leslie Jones, Associate Curator Joseph Morsman Kevin Salatino, Curator Amber L. Smith, Administrator

For more than forty years the Prints and Drawings Council has been the primary support group for the Department of Prints and Drawings at LACMA.  The PDC’s principal goal is to raise funds for curatorial acquisitions for the permanent collection while encouraging appreciation in the field of original works of art on paper. PDC programming is designed to engage and educate its active and interested membership.  Programs include lectures, private exhibition tours, museum and gallery receptions, gallery and artist studio visits, demonstrations of printing processes, and field trips. Throughout its long history, the PDC has helped the Department of Prints and Drawings acquire some of its most important works on paper by a who’s who of important artists, including Dürer, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, Goya, Piranesi, Whistler, Manet, Cassatt, Sargent, Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso, as well as postwar masters like Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Ellsworth Kelly, Ed Ruscha, and Andy Warhol. It also regularly supports acquisitions by the emerging masters of the twenty-first century.   Shortly after its founding, the Prints and Drawings Council started a long-running fundraising effort, the PDC Commissioned Print Program.  For over four decades, the PDC has commissioned editions of new works on paper by established and emerging artists from around the world. Artists who have created prints for the PDC include Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, and David Hockney, among many others. One impression from each of the commissioned editions is given to the Prints and Drawings permanent collection, but the remaining prints are available for purchase by the general public and at a considerable discount to council members. Proceeds from the Los Angeles Art Show Opening Night Gala will be used by the PDC to fund acquisitions for the Department of Prints and Drawings. Images shown here are available for purchase from the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA. Please contact pdc@lacma.org or 323 857 6558 for more information.

Aaron Morse, Deerslayer, 2006 Four-color lithograph with hand coloring, printed by Toby Michel at Angeles Press, published by the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA © Aaron Morse

Salomon Huerta Untitled (Back of Head on Orange Field), 2002 Six-color lithograph,

Alexis Smith, LUST (Pink and Blue), 2004, Silkscreen printed by Jeff Wasserman, published by the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA Gift of the Prints and Drawings Council © Alexis Smith

printed by Francesco X. Siqueiros at El Nopal Press, published by the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA © Solomon Huerta

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EMA 5979 West Third Street Suite 204 Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 556 2790 F 323 556 2791 E ema@ema-online.org www. ema-online.org

ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIa association

Dear Friends, Board of Directors DJ AM Lance Bass Ed Begley, Jr. Howard Behar Christine & Doug Belgrad Hart Bochner Keely & Pierce Brosnan Ashley Collins Blythe Danner Julie Darmody Laura Dern Lisa & Dean Devlin Frances Fisher Dave Fleming Soleil Moon Frye & Jason Goldberg

Todd Garner Bill Gerber Anna Getty Paul Haggis Ray Halbritter Brad Hall Madelyn Hammond Tera Hanks Daryl Hannah Cindy & Alan Horn Amy Iorio Jena & Michael King Lyn & Norman Lear Gretchen Lewotsky Wendie Malick Patti & Michael Marcus David Margulies Michael Martin Leanne Meyers Shaun Murphy Cristan & Kevin Reilly Elizabeth Rogers Carla Shamberg Susan & Jon Sheinberg Amy Smart Jeffrey Tambor Paige & Matt Tolmach Jessica Thomas & Chris DeBolt Ted Turner Michael Wimer Larry Winokur Susan Harris & Paul Junger Witt Anita Woerner Lauren Zalaznick Anna Zegna

The EMA (Environmental Media Association) Board of Directors is so proud to join the Los Angeles Art Show for the first time in 2009! And with a new Administration in place, we can look forward to the years ahead with a Federal Government that understands that the energy issues we face are undeniable and alternative sources can and will be implemented. So-called “green” products are now permeating every established brand in every sector. Green is good. Green is profitable. Green is, well, normal. EMA mobilizes the entertainment industry in a global effort to educate people about environmental issues and inspire them into action. EMA was created in 1989, as a non-profit 501(c)3, with the simple but powerful concept that through television and film, the entire entertainment community could influence the environmental awareness of millions of people. Through the use of weaving environmental messages within entertainment programming and utilizing "celebrity" for positive role modeling, EMA continues to have a profound effect on how the public receives environmental information. EMA has been working with the entertainment industry to message environmental content within TV, film and music for nineteen years. 2009 is our 20th anniversary and we couldn’t be happier to begin with this new relationship with LAAS. We at EMA look forward to continuing to work with each studio in furthering the green message and providing any support and resources possible as each studio pursues its individual sustainability programs. Warmest regards,

The 18th Annual EMA Awards 2008

Debbie Levin President

President Debbie Levin

Environmental Media Association 5979 W. 3rd Street, Suite 204 Los Angeles, CA 90036 Phone: 323-556-2790 Fax: 323-556-2791 Website: ema-online.org

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INNER-CITY ARTS 720 Kohler Street Los Angeles, CA 90021 T 213 627 9621 www.inner-cityarts.org

January 21, 2009 Inner-City Arts is honored to be a beneficiary of the Fourteenth Annual Los Angeles Art Show. Located in downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row, Inner-City Arts provides visual and performing arts classes that are sensitive to the needs of children. For the students who attend our programs, we have created a positive and safe environment. Inner-City Arts’ campus is full of life and possibilities, and carries with it a sense of stability that our children can count on. It is a transformative place, one that stimulates new ways of thinking and self-expression. Our programs engage students in positive ways that are vital to their healthy development, and contribute to their success in school and to their future success as productive citizens. Charles Arnoldi Held, 2005 lithograph, embossed 21 x 20 inches Edition: 125

We invite you to view and purchase our limited edition benefit prints. The Inner-City Arts Benefit Print Collection consists of complete editions of prints, donated by established artists to support the programs of Inner-City Arts. For each print sold, six students will receive valuable education in the arts for one year in visual and performing arts. Thank you for your support. Your contributions make it possible for inner-city children to improve their chances to lead constructive and successful lives by developing creativity, improving learning skills, bolstering academic achievement and building self-confidence. You have my deepest appreciation for your interest and support. And, I hold the same wish for you as I do for Inner-City Arts’ children—may all of your days be filled with beauty. Warmest regards,

Jonathan Borofsky Pied Piper, 1990 lithograph 25½ x 18 inches Edition: 100

Cynthia S. Harnisch, President and CEO

INNER-CITY ARTS

Inner-City Arts is a learning oasis in the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row where professional artists teach students in a real studio environment. Since its inception, Inner-City Arts has served 150,000 of the city’s most at-risk children at no cost to the students.   Founded in 1989, Inner-City Arts works in partnership with the Los Angeles Unified School District to bring elementary and middle school students to the campus during the school day for instruction in the visual and performing arts. High school students participate in after-school and Saturday programs.   National, long-term research proves that students who attend Inner-City Arts’ classes show dramatic increases in statewide standardized test scores: 25% in math, 18% in reading, 8% in English proficiency. They also learn skills that are highly valued in the 21st century workforce such as collaboration, and creative and conceptual thinking. Most importantly, students who receive education in the arts are able to create a whole new vision of self- a new world of hope that includes accomplishment and belonging. List of artists:

The Inner-City Arts Benefit Print Collection consists of complete editions of prints, donated by established artists to support the programs at Inner-City Arts. For each print sold, six students will receive valuable education in the arts for a year, attending classes in the visual and performing arts, having an opportunity to write, produce and premier their own film or learn the art and craft of animation. Participating artists:

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2009 Board of Directors

INTERNATIONAL FINE PRINT DEALERS ASSOCIATION

Diane Villani, Diane Villani Editions, President Emmanuel Benador, Jan Krugier Gallery David Cleaton-Roberts, Alan Cristea Gallery Sam Davidson, Davidson Galleries Barbara Krakow, Barbara Krakow Gallery Armin Kunz, C. G. Boerner Tobey Moss , Tobey C. Moss Gallery Robert Newman, T he Old Print S hop, Inc. Paula Panczenko, Tandem Press Tara Reddi, Marlborough Gallery, Inc. Susan Teller, Susan Teller Gallery Alan Stone, Hill-Stone, Inc. Joni Moisant Weyl, Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl Eva-Maria Worthington, Worthington Gallery Ruth Ziegler, Ruth Ziegler Fine Arts Ltd. Richard Solomon, Pace Prints, Board Advisor

The International Fine Print Dealers Association is a nonprofit organization of art dealers, galleries, and publishers with expertise in the field of fine prints who are committed to the highest standards of quality, ethics, and connoisseurship, and to promoting a greater appreciation of fine prints among collectors and the public. Since its founding in 1987, the IFPDA has grown to over 160 elected members from thirteen countries whose areas of specialization range from old master and modern to contemporary prints, and includes publishers of editions by renowned contemporary and emerging artists. Election to membership requires a high level of expertise, ethics, and professional integrity. The number of years a dealer or gallery has been in business is taken into account along with the quality of art offered for sale, the caliber of exhibitions and published catalogues, and the international stature of artists exhibited. To further advance its mission to increase the awareness and enjoyment of fine prints, the IFPDA provides funding for educational programs and materials, exhibitions, scholarly publications, lectures, and symposia relating to fine prints. With its Annual Book Award, the IFPDA encourages print research, scholarship, and the discussion of new ideas in the field of fine prints. The Association’s new website at www.ifpda.org contains information about the IFPDA and its membership standards, a searchable database of artists who have made prints with links to the member dealers where their works can be found, and a calendar of museum and member exhibitions worldwide.

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Southwest Museum of the American Indian

Museum of the American West Institute for the Study of the American West

Dear Art Lovers and Patrons: On behalf of the Board of Trustees, staff and member of the Autry National Center, welcome to the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show presented by the Fine Art Dealers Association. The Autry invites you to attend opening events for the 2009 Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale. Join us on Saturday, February 7, for a day that includes special programs, an awards presentation, a chuck wagon lunch and cocktail reception—— all the more than 70 featured artists are William Acheff, Bill Anton, Clyde Aspevig, George Carlson, Dennis Doheny, Martin Grelle, Robert Griffing, Z. S. Liang, Jim Norton, Mian Situ, and the legendary Howard Terpning. Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale will open to the general public on February 4 and closes on March 8, 2009. Please stop by our booth for an invitation to the Masters fine Art Exhibition and Sale and get a preview of many exciting upcoming events and activities at the Autry. We look forward to meeting you.

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January 2009 Dear Art Patrons and Friends, The Santa Monica Museum of Art is delighted to be a supporter of the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show. I invite you to visit our booth and our museum. On January 24, SMMoA opens Elias Simé: Eye of the Needle, Eye of the Heart and Arnold Mesches: Coming Attractions on view through April 18. Please join us for the opening receptions Friday, January 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is always free and donations are welcome. Featured in our main gallery is Elias Simé: Eye of the Needle, Eye of the Heart, the first survey exhibition in the United States of one of Ethiopia’s most original and prolific contemporary artists. The exhibition’s guest curators are Meskerem Assegued, a revered Ethiopian curator and anthropologist and the visionary theater, opera, and multi-disciplinary artist, Peter Sellars. The exhibition is comprised of more than 100 works in a variety of mediums, scale, and forms. In Project Rooms 1 and 2, SMMoA presents Arnold Mesches: Coming Attractions. Mesches has created unabashedly figurative work for more than six decades and has emerged both as a seminal figure in American painting and a remarkably fresh voice in contemporary art. His work combines an interest in twentieth-century political and social conflicts with a surrealist approach to painting—offsetting frank, historical moments with lush, melodramatic dreamscapes. SMMoA is a risk-taking, non-collecting museum, whose exhibitions and programs reveal the vibrant, untold stories and pivotal moments in the history of contemporary art and culture. Through its exhibitions, education, and outreach programs, the Santa Monica Museum of Art fosters diversity, innovation, and discovery in contemporary art—local, national, and international. For more information on SMMoA’s exhibitions, programs, and special events or to shop at our museum store, GRACIE, please visit www.smmoa.org. Sincerely,

Elsa Longhauser Executive Director

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Los Angeles Art Show

Dear Friends:

On behalf of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, I would like to welcome everyone to the 14th Annual Los Angeles Art Show. We are excited to be adding our support to this important cultural event that celebrates the artistic achievements of our wonderful city. The fair is an outstanding showcase of our region’s most exceptional cultural institutions, drawing talent and creative inspiration from around the world. In our efforts to generate and support high quality arts and cultural experiences, the show’s forum provides an excellent venue for building and developing an artistic vision and heritage unique to LA. With the Los Angeles Art Show moving to its new home at the Los Angeles Convention Center, we anticipate this will be only the beginning of a long and beneficial association. Congratulations to the Fine Art Dealers Association and the International Fine Print Dealers Association. We wish you a successful year and thank you for your contributions to the creative and vibrant Los Angeles arts community. Sincerely,

Olga Garay Executive Director City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

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January 2009 Dear Los Angeles Art Show Patrons and Sponsors, On behalf of Art & Antiques magazine, I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the 14th annual Los Angeles Art Show. We’re proud to be a sponsor for what has become the preeminent art fair on the West Coast, thanks to the efforts of show producer Kim Martindale. After a redesign and relaunch a year ago, Art & Antiques is the only art magazine whose physical beauty stands up to its comprehensive editorial content. Our writers and editors tailor each issue to reach the serious art collector, whose passion is acquiring and living with art, antiques and high-end collectibles. Our current issue, available at the Art & Antiques booth, demonstrates the scope of the art world that we strive to cover every month. From the outsider work of Martin Ramirez to the Dadaist pottery of Beatrice Wood to collecting American silver, January has something for every reader. Please stop by and pick up a complimentary copy.

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Michael Scoggins American, b. 1973 Out-Gooded, 2007 Marker and prismacolor on paper 67 x 51 inches opposite page

Anthony Mastromatteo American, b. 1970 Post-Postmodern or The Dark Night of the Soul (detail), 2008 Oil on linen on board 20 x 30 inches

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Berenice Abbott Robert Bechtle Ryan Brennan Friedel Dzubas James Brooks Christopher Brown Sandro Chia Francesco Clemente Louise Dahl-Wolfe Jose de Rivera Richard Diebenkorn Carroll Dunham Dale Erickson Pearl Fine Sam Francis Julie Gross David Hockney Jasper Johns Vassily Kandinsky Anish Kapoor Jane Kim Sol Lewitt Julia Mangold

Conrad Marca-Relli Anthony Mastromatteo Joanne Mattera Elizabeth Murray Manuel Neri Nathan Oliveira Robert Rauschenberg Michael Rich Hilla Rebay Ed Ruscha Jeff Schaller Michael Scoggins Sean Scully Richard Serra Kathryn Siegler Tom Slaughter Kurt Solmssen Donald Sultan Wayne Thiebaud Nina Triggvadottir Rembrandt Van Rijn Gina Werfel Andy Warhol Terry Winters

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Amstel Gallery

B23 Keienbergweg 99 1101 GG Amsterdam Netherlands T +31 321 32 5501 F +31 206 91 7918 E info@amstelgallery.com www.amstelgallery.com

435 Jackson Street at Historic Jackson Square San Francisco, CA 94111 T 415 788 5115 F 415 986 0344 E stephaniewaskins@aradergalleries.com www.aradersf.com Established in 2002, Amstel Gallery features established and emerging artists, especially artist from Holland and Belgium. The type of works range from paintings, photography to graphics and sculptures. Amstel Gallery believes that everybody needs art. We participate in art fairs around the world because we believe that good art is universal.

Patricia Steur, b. 1948 Andy Warhol photo on barite paper 19.8 x 27.5 inches

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Arader Galleries

Arader Galleries, located in the Historic Jackson Square antiques district of San Francisco, specializes in extraordinary antique engravings, lithographs and paintings. We offer an outstanding selection of natural history, botanical and California landscape paintings. Our collection also focuses on historically important maps, natural history and early views of the American West, Californiana, Hawaiiana and Western Americana. In addition to the most comprehensive selection in the field, we also provide museum-quality framing and restoration services.

Christopher Huet French, 1694-1759 Ruffs in a Landscape Oil on canvas 20 1/2 x 17 3/8 inches

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Kevin Zweyer Anderson Joyce Levin Anderson Chelsea Kania

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Henri Le Sidaner French, 1862-1939 Trafalgar Square, Londres 1908, Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Le Sidaner 31 x 39 ½ inches this page

Léon Augustin Lhermitte French, 1844-1925 Haymakers Resting (Repos Pendant La Fenaison) Oil on canvas, Signed lower left: L L. Lhermitte 21 x 15 ½ inches

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354 North Bedford Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 858 1644 F 310 858 1643 E info@andersongalleries.com www.andersongalleries.com

anderson galleries

The Anderson Galleries are dealers and agents of museum quality 19th and 20th century paintings, drawings and sculpture. We specialize in the sale and acquisition of European academic, realist, impressionist, post-impressionist and modern works. For over a decade our firm has been recognized as one of the leading traditional galleries in the western United States. European masters such as Renoir, Monet, Pissarro, Sisley, Guillaumin, Vuillard, Bouguereau, Corot and Cassatt are featured. Our inventory consistently includes a wide range of outstanding period paintings by French, English, Spanish and American artists : landscapes, cityscapes, history and allegorical pictures, scenes of romance, family life, animals, portraits and still-lifes. We are dedicated to building long-term relationships with all our clients.

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ARCADIA GALLERY

5f Seoho B/D, 1 Insa-Dong, Jongno-Gu Seoul, South Korea T +82 02 723 2664,5 F +82 02 737 4311 E akagallery@hanmail.net www.misoolsidae.co.kr

Arcadia Gallery specializes in contemporary realist painting and sculpture. Representing both internationally recognized and emerging artists, the gallery’s painters all display a level of skill and a “unique voice” often thought lost in the contemporary world.

We’re very pleased to introduce artists. Anna, Jang HyeYong, Oh MyungHee, Jeong HyunSook, Park ChonWoong, Jang MinJa, PaulinaWoon Baik, Park HeeSook, Cho MongRyong, Son ManSik, Lee MyungWon, Kim KunHee, Seo SooYoung, Park SangMi, Kim YoonHee, Cha HyeLim, Choi YeBin, Park KoEun, Go EunJoo, Nam Vit, Chang EunWoo, Park SuKyung, Koo MooKyung, Ahn JongIm, Giclea corp. We develop a wide range of programs for artists in effort to offer them exceptional opportunities and also to assist artists to pursue their dreams.

Daniel Adel Amaryllis, 2008 Oil on Board 20 x 20 Inches

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AKA SPACE of art company MISOOLSIDAE

51 Greene Street New York, NY 10013 T 212 965 1387 F 212 965 8638 E arcadiafa@aol.com www.arcadiafinearts.com

Namgoong, Won Thoungts of home2_Husuabi Acrylic on canvas 35.5 inch x 17.7 inch (w x h) or 17.7 inch x 17.7 inch x 2EA

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G191 59 West Del Mar Pasadena, CA 91105 T 626 229 0700 F 626 229 0715 E chris@artworksgallery.com www.artworksgallery.com

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Michael Kalish Stained Glass, 2008 License plates on aluminum diameter 48 inches this page top

Artworks Gallery

Artworks Gallery was established in 1997, as a market for Contemporary and Classic Modern Fine Art Prints. Artworks offers works for sale by leading artists of the late nineteenth and twentieth century, publishes works by contemporary artists and provides an extensive consultancy service for its clients. At Artworks Gallery, collectors are advised on purchases, building collections and developing their unique characteristics. Since 2000, Artworks has launched a wideranging program to introduce some of the most innovative and engaging contemporary, emerging and mid-career artists working in all media to new and discriminating audiences. Visit Artworks on the Web at www.artworksgallery.com.

Donald Sultan Six Blues, 2006 Screenprint in color 30.5 x 38.5 inches this page bottom right

Wayne Thiebaud Paint Cans, 1990 lithograph 38 11/16 x 29 3/16 inches this page bottom

David Hockney Tyler Dining Room, 1985 Color Lithograph 29 x 37 inches

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Francis Bacon Marc Chagall Chuck Close Jim Dine M.C. Escher Sam Francis Keith Haring Damien Hirst David Hockney Jasper Johns Michael Kalish Ellsworth Kelly Roy Lichtenstein Robert Longo Joan Miro Takashi Murakami Pablo Picasso Ron Reihel Donald Sultan Wayne Thiebaud Andy Warhol

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BENTLEY GALLERY

B53 4161 North Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251 T 480 946 6060 F 480 941 0078 E info@bentleygallery.com www.bentleygallery.com

130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite D Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 954 9902 F 505 954 9904 E info@blueraingallery.com www.blueraingallery.com

Established in 1984, Bentley Gallery features contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, prints, video and site-specific installation works by internationally recognized contemporary American, Latin American and European artists, as well as masterworks from the mid and late twentieth-century. Bentley Gallery is committed to promoting an understanding of contemporary art and the dissemination of its theories, as well as continuing to assist with the selection and procurement of works of art for both private and public collections.

Keith Haring 1958-1990 Untitled [Ringed Figure], 1987 Aluminum 24 x 18.25 x12 inches

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Blue Rain Gallery

Established in Taos in 1992, Blue Rain Gallery, now permanently located in Santa Fe, features an eclectic collection of contemporary paintings, glass and bronze sculptures by Native American and regional artists.

Preston Singletary The One Who Sees Everything Hand-blown and sand-carved glass 23 inches h x 27.5 w x 6 d

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Caldwell Snyder Gallery

341 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 296 7896 www.caldwellsnyder.com

200 West Marcy Street Suite 101 Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 989 8688 F 505 989 9898 E cjfa@charlottejackson.com

1328 Main Street St. Helena, CA 94574 T 707 200 5050

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

www.charlottejackson.com

Charlotte Jackson Fine Art features contemporary work by American and European artists. Specializing in Monochrome, Light & Space, Modernism and Color Field since 1989.

Since 1983, Caldwell Snyder Gallery has been showcasing the vanguard of contemporary American, European, and Latin fine art. The gallery has helped support and develop the careers of numerous international artists including Cole Morgan, Regina Saura and Rik Van Iersel to renowned American painters and sculptors such as Charles Arnoldi, Paul Balmer, Greg Miller, Doug Owen, Kelly Reemten, Julie Speidel, and Boaz Vaadia. The gallery also presents exhibitions of modern artists such as Frank Stella, David Hockney, Robert Rauschenberg, and Robert Motherwell. In addition to mounting exhibitions, our consultants work closely with private clients building collections, locating works of art, and assisting individuals in navigating the maze of the art world.

William Metcalf Infinity Series #49, 2008 Acrylic, polyester fabric wood, Di Bond 24 x 24 x 2 3/8 inches

Greg Miller Taste Better Oil and resin on canvas 6 x 9 feet

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William Biety, Gallery Director William and Jan van Straaten, Owners Colleen C. Gildea, Gallery Assistant

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Julia Fernandez-Pol Lily, Acrylic on canvas 60 x 72 inches this page top

Homare Ikeda White on Breath Acrylic, wax and oil on canvas 70 x 64 inches

760 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204 T 303 573 8585 E william@sandycarsongallery.com

Carson van Straaten Gallery

The Carson van Straaten Gallery is one of the premiere contemporary art galleries in Denver, focusing on established national and regional artists. The gallery is closely associated with the Riverhouse Editions, publisher of fine master prints, and van Straaten Gallery formerly in Chicago for many years. Two featured artists in the exhibition are Homare Ikeda and Julia Fernandez-Pol, both abstract painters of lush, organic imagery. Other artists represented in the show are California artists Patsy Krebs, a highly regarded minimalist, and Tracey Adams, an abstract painter. Katherine Bowling, a New York artist, is a beautiful counterpoint to the abstract artists in the show. Katherine’s lyrical landscape paintings draw the viewer into the place and atmosphere of her subject locations.

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Patsy Krebs Pirouette Watercolor 20 x 20 inches

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John Addison, Director

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Phillis Ideal, b. unknown Off the Deep End Mixed media on canvas 61 x 73 inches, framed

439 Camino del Monte Sol Santa Fe, NM 87505 T 505 992 0711 F 505 992 0387 E gallery@chiaroscurosantafe.com www.chiaroscurosantafe.com

Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art

Established in 2000, Chiaroscuro specializes in contemporary abstraction and contemporary Native American art, in all media. Chiaroscuro presents curated monthly exhibitions of nationally established and emerging artists from its exquisitely renovated, modern, 4000 sq. foot gallery just off Canyon Road on historic Camino del Monte Sol in Santa Fe, NM.

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Emmi Whitehorse, b. 1957 Silverweed Oil and chalk on paper mounted on canvas 40 ½ x 28 ½ inches this page left

Daniel Brice, b. 1961 Untitled U Charcoal and pastel on paper 49 x 37 inches, framed this page bottom

Irene Kung, b. 1958 NY Chrysler Building, ed. 2/9 Pigment print on rag paper 22 ½ x 15 ¾ inches

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Norman Akers Seth Anderson Rick Bartow William Betts Rebecca Bluestone Daniel Brice Harry Fonseca Estate John Garrett Lisa Holt & Harlan Reano Phillis Ideal Siddiq Khan Bebe Krimmer Irene Kung Diane Marsh Nora Naranjo-Morse Flo Perkins Gunnar Plake Rose B. Simpson Jay Tracy Gretchen Wachs Kay WalkingStick Emmi Whitehorse and others

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Chung Jark Gallery

Ho Chang B/D, 550-8 Shinsa- Dong Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, 135-390, Korea T 82 2 549 3112 F 82 2 549 3114 E g-chungjark@hanmail.net www.chungjark.com

166 North La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 933 5557 F 323 933 2357 E info@couturiergallery.com www.couturiergallery.com

ChungJark Art Gallery was first opened in 1987 and by opening seven to eight times of planned exhibitions to help debut the unfamiliar artists to the public and in the art world, and especially the gallery has installed “ChungJark Art World� for the young artist with exceptional talent in the art. And, thus the Gallery has raised and introduced successfully six artists to the public. And the gallery took part in the various international art fairs in the overseas especially Art Cologne 2005(Germany) with those Korean artists exhibition their art works.

Couturier Gallery, established in 1987, specializes in Latin American and American art. The gallery exhibits painting, sculpture, photography and ceramics by master and mid-career artists.

Lee, Doo-Shik Festival, 2008 Acrylic on canvas 28.6 X 23.9 inches

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Couturier Gallery

Angel Delgado Fuentes, Cuba, b. 1965 Hacia donde vamos XI/ Where We Go XI 2008, Soap, metal suitcase, and cloth 13 -1/4 x 8 x 7-1/4 inches

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CUMBERLAND GALLERY

4107 Hillsboro Circle Nashville, TN 37215 T 615 297 0296 F 615 297 1304 E cumberlandgallery@yahoo.com E carolart@aol.com www.cumberlandgallery.com Hours: Tue – Sat 10am – 5pm

2613 Fairmount Dallas, TX 75201 T 214 720 4044 F 214 720 4469 E ddfa@swbell.net www.daviddikefineart.com

Cumberland Gallery, founded in 1980, has an established reputation in the Southeast in the arena of contemporary art. The gallery offers high quality contemporary art in a variety of media including paintings, works on paper, sculpture, photography, and limited edition prints. Approximately fifty percent of the artists represented have established national reputations, and fifty percent are strongly emerging artists. These individuals are geographically dispersed and half reside in the Southeast. We are a full service gallery providing expertise in art consultation, appraisal, placement and framing design.

David Dike Fine Art was established in 1986. The David Dike gallery specializes in late 19th Century and early 20th Century European and American oil paintings, with an emphasis on the Texas Regionalists and Texas Landscape Painters. David Dike Fine Art’s annual Texas Art Auction held each October has become a tradition that Texas art enthusiasts anticipate every year. Since 1986, DDFA has been pleased to introduce an increasing number of buyers to the Texas art scene. We encourage you to find out more about this growing trend of regionalism in art and welcome your inquires about upcoming events and auctions.

David Kroll Egret in Flight, 2008 Oil on linen 38 x 50 inches

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Alexandre Hogue American, 1898-1994 Trout Stream Oil on canvas 28 x 36 inches

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David Cook and Linda Cook Carrie Wassemiller Monica Herman Kyle Sito Russell Gdula Brenda Niave right page

Sven Birger Sandzen Timberline Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 1926 Oil on canvas, signed lower right titled and dated verso 22 x 16 inches this page top

Marjorie Lee Eaton Taos Ceremony, c. 1928-1932 Oil on board, signed verso 21 x 14 ¾ inches lower right

Ethel Magafan Waterfall, c. 1955 Tempera on board signed lower left 48 x 27 ½ inches bottom

Emil James Bisttram Untitled (Dancers), 1936 Gouache on paper, signed and dated lower right 23 ½ x 19 ½ inches

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1637 Wazee Street Denver, CO 80202 T 303 623 8181 F 303 623 4817 E info@davidcookgalleries.com www.davidcookgalleries.com

David Cook Galleries

The gallery specializes in quality American paintings, drawings, and prints from the late 19th through the mid 20th century. An emphasis is placed on regional, traditional, modern and abstract works from Colorado, New Mexico, and California.

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Charles Partridge Adams Josef Bakos Oscar Berninghaus Emil Bisttram Charles Ragland Bunnell Ross Braught John Fabian Carlson Gerald Cassidy Howard Cook E.I. Couse Andrew Dasburg Philip Latimer Dike Maynard Dixon Eve Drewelowe Werner Drewes Fremont Ellis Nicolai Fechin Frank Gavencky Ernest Martin Hennings Victor Higgins Frank Tenney Johnson Raymond Jonson Vance Kirkland Barbara Latham Jan Matulka Alfred Morang Edgar Alwin Payne Bert Geer Phillips Doel Reed Charles Marion Russell Birger Sandzén Howard Schleeter Joseph Henry Sharp

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David Lusk Gallery

462 West Broadway New York, NY 10012 T 212 255 4388 F 212 255 4316 E info@EKfineart.com www.EKfineart.com

4540 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN 38117 T 901 767 3800 F 901 767 3828 E info@davidluskgallery.com www.davidluskgallery.com

Eli Klein Fine Art

Located in Memphis, the home of a nexus of musical innovation, big rolling waters, barbecue, cotton and soul, David Lusk Gallery strives to serve and enlighten collectors across the country about the richness of the South and the Southern artist. Since 1995, David Lusk Gallery has maintained a firm commitment to artists working within our region and the greater Southeastern United States.

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Zeng Jianyong , b. 1971 Childhood Days, Insomnia No. 1, 2008 Ink and watercolor on handmade paper 56.7 x 28.3 inches upper right

Wu Gaozhong, b. 1962 Alarm Clock, 2007 Wood & bristle 37.8 x 26 x 11.8 inches William Eggleston, b. 1939 Untitled, 1993 Dye transfer print 12 x 18 inches

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Hui Xin, b. 1977 Hello Kitty No. 3, 2008 Acrylic on canvas 68.9 x 80.7 inches

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Raymond Leier, Partner Jan Peters, Partner Kirsten Muenster, Director Of Exhibitions Linda Dzhema, Gallery Director Amanda Bowen, Assistant Gallery Director Kate Killinger, Gallery Manager right page

William Hunter, b. 1947 Dance in the Storm, 2008, Red ivory wood 20 inches high x 25 wide x 10 deep this page top

Jerry Bennett, b. 1941 Serenade, 2008 Mahogany, ebony, maple, brass, steel, nickel 72 inches high x 42 wide x 39 deep this page bottom right

Bud Latven, b. 1949 Bocote Torsion, 2008, Bocote 18 1/2 inches high x 13 1/2 wide x 18 1/2 deep this page bottom left

Michael Bauermeister, b. 1957 A Stones Throw, 2008 Linden, tinted lacquer 60 inches high x 40 wide x 3 deep

11981 San Vicente Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90049 T 310 476 8508 E gallery@delmano.com www.delmano.com

del Mano Gallery

Del Mano Gallery is committed to presenting the finest contemporary artists working in all media, with a primary focus on wood, fiber, metal and mixed media. Through gallery exhibitions, off-site art expositions, printed catalogs and ongoing documentation, we endeavor to expand the boundaries of contemporary artistic practice and increase the exposure of this work. The Gallery was founded by Jan Peters and Raymond Leier in 1973, originally as an exhibition space for contemporary U.S. artists. Over the ensuing years the gallery has widened its representation to artists from 14 nations. Ms. Peters & Mr. Leier have authored several books on wood, baskets and glass. In 2001 they were honored by the Collectors of Wood Art organization with “Lifetime Achievement Awards” in the field of Wood Art.

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Michael Bauermeister Jerry Bennett Christian Burchard David Carlin Tom Eckert Ron Fleming Robyn Horn Michael Hosaluk Todd Hoyer William Hunter Ron Kent

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Bud Latven Ron Layport Jennifer Falck Linssen Alain Mailland William Moore Michael Peterson George Peterson Binh Pho Harry Pollitt Jack Slentz Joël Urruty Jacques Vesery

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Stuart Denenberg Beverly Denenberg

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Cover of Edward Hagedorn California Modernist, Restlessness and Restraint this page top

Edward Hagedorn, 1902-1082 Outer Space, 1931 Graphite and ink wash 18 x 22 1⁄2 inches

417 North San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90048 T 310 360 9360 F 310 499 5244 C 415 828 8600 E gallery@denenbergfinearts.com www.fada.com Hours: By appointment or by chance

DENENBERG FINE ARTS

Established in 1965, Denenberg Fine Arts is a trusted source for fine American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, original prints, and photographs from the 16th to the 21st century, with a recent focus on International and American Modernism (1900-1960). The gallery is accessibly located in an architecturally significant building in West Hollywood.

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Edward Hagedorn, 1902-1082 Yellow Moon, circa 1935 Tempera,18 3⁄4 x 24 3⁄4 inches bottom

Edward Hagedorn, 1902-1082 Setting Sun, circa 1930 Linocut, 8 x 16 inches Private collection, Northern California

In conjunction with the publication of the long awaited monograph, Edward Hagedorn (1902-1982) will be the subject of two simultaneous gallery exhibitions, March 15-April 30, 2009, at Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, and Denenberg Fine Arts, West Hollywood.

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Alexander Archipenko Milton Avery Leonard Baskin Emil Bisttram Norman Bluhm Merton Clivette Willem De Kooning Arthur Dove David Gilhooly Arshile Gorky Adolph Gottlieb

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Francisco Goya Edward Hagedorn Paul Jenkins Reginald Marsh Roberto Matta Ralph Barton Perry Pablo Picasso Inez Helen Seibert Theodoros Stamos John Wesley

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Jane Eckert Rhonda Cook Dianne Wright Eric Forstmann

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Eric Forstmann American, b. 1962 Random Selection, 2008 Oil on Board 44 1/2 x 65 inches this page top left

Ed Ruscha, American, b. 1937 Bloated Empire, 1997 Oil on Canvas 23 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches

27 North Main Street, #1 P. O. Box 637 Kent, CT 06757 T 860 927 0012 F 860 927 5041 E info@eckertfineart.com www.eckertfineart.com

Eckert Fine Art Connecticut, Inc.

In June, 2008, Jane Eckert relocated Eckert Fine Art from Bonita Springs, Florida to Kent, Connecticut, just 90 miles north of New York City. Kent, a charming New England town, is known for its rich artistic heritage and serves as a perfect backdrop for her new gallery. Nineteenth and early 20th Century painters such as Ernest Lawson and Hugh Bolton Jones mingle beautifully with great Contemporary giants like Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns and Ed Ruscha. Jane has lectured on art and has published books such as The Hoosier Group, 5 American Painters by Judith Newton and Dr. William H. Gerdts. She has also curated shows for The Evansville Museum of Art, The Butler Institute of American Art and The Naples Philharmonic Museum of Art. She has served as Secretary of the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) and is currently Chair of the Director’s Advisory Committee at Mass MoCA.

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Robert Rauschenberg, 1925-2008, American Blue Door, 1994 Vegetable Dye Transfer on Paper 24 x 15-3/4 inches bottom

Eric Fischl, American, b. 1948 Dog in God House, 1997 Oil on Linen 54 7/8 x 65 inches

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Robert Rauschenberg Darryl Pottorf Ed Ruscha Eric Fischl Eric Forstmann Boaz Vaadia Frank Stella Jasper Johns Diana Levinson Joanne Belson Larry Rivers

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Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery

49 Geary Street #520 San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 981 1080 F 415 981 1206 E info@eesgallery.com www.eesgallery.com

4425 North Campbell Avenue Tucson, AZ 85718 T 520 577 7711 F 520 577 1601 www.ericfirestonegallery.com

Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery focuses on the exhibition of contemporary American and international paintings and sculpture by mid-career artists. In addition, we organize changing exhibitions as well as inventory artwork from significant historical movements such as the American Abstract Artists, California Impressionists, The Society of Six, The San Francisco Bay Area Figurative Group, and the Abstract Expressionist Movement of the east and west coast. Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery is a member of FADA and the San Francisco Art Dealers Association.

William Theophilus Brown American, b. 1919 Regatta, 1963 Oil on canvas 46 x 48 inches

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Eric Firestone Gallery

Established in 1994, Eric Firestone Gallery focuses on finding and presenting important works of postwar American art created by twentieth-century modern masters who have connections to the southwestern United States.

Jorge Fick Zoroaster, 1965 Oil on Canvas 68 x 46 inches

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Feingarten Galleries

P.O. Box 5383 Beverly Hills, CA 90209 -5383 T 310 274 7042 F 310 274 4255 E Info@FeingartenGalleries.com

Feingarten Galleries began in 1945 in Chicago. In the 1960s Feingarten Galleries had locations in Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Carmel. Since then Feingarten Galleries has dealt in master European sculpture of the 19th and 20th Century, specializing in Rodin sculpture and drawings. The gallery has had various group shows exhibiting works by Archipenko, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, Alberto Giaccometti, Aristide Maillol, Edgar Degas, August Renoir, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Antoine Bourdelle and has also exhibited contemporary sculpture by the Tengenenge tribe of Zimbabwe and treasures from New Guinea. We currently represent master sculpture and paintings of the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and early 20th century with emphasis on 1920’s and 1930’s, as well as selected contemporary work.

Junin 1343 P BB Buenos Aires 1113, Argentine T 0054 11 4806 2744 E info@fundaciont-aguero.com.ar www.rozanesmonique.com.ar www.torresaguero.com.ar www.fundacion.com.ar

FUNDACION TORRES AGUERO ROZANES

The Foundation promotes and disseminates information on all types of artistic expression and in particular the works of Leopoldo Torres Agüero and Monique Rozanès. The Foundation is the only one authorized for appraisal and certification of the works of Leopoldo Torres Agüero. The Foundation concludes agreements with both government agencies and commercial companies that allow the development of artistic activity.

Rozanes Monique b. 1936 Esculturas Centinella Camasca, 1989 75 x 18 x 12 inches

Edouard Vuillard, French 1868 - 1940 Madame Vuillard Reading in the Dining Room, Rue Truffaut, 1903 Oil on board, mounted on cradled panel 17 3/4 x 24 3/8 inches

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Matthew Flowers Emily Flowers Shaun McCracken

21 Cork Street London W1S 3LZ T +44 207 439 7766 F +44 207 439 7733

82 Kingsland Road London E2 8DP T +44 207 920 7777 F +44 207 920 7770

1000 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 T 212 439 1700 F 212 439 1525 E newyork@flowerseast.com www.flowerseast.com

Flowers

Established in London in 1970, Flowers has two gallery spaces in London and one on the upper east side of New York City. The gallery exhibition program includes emerging and established artists internationally recognized for painting, sculpture, photography, and printmaking.

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Carol Robertson Alayrac #6, 2008 Oil on canvas 16 x 16 inches top this page

Patrick Hughes Warholograph, 2008 Oil on board construction 19 x 52 x 8 inches right this page

Lucy Jones Clee, 2007 Watercolour 22Âź x 30 inches bottom this page

Stephen Chambers Beard/Speak/Turkish Finches, 2006 Oil on canvas 30 1/2 x 36 inches

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Glenys Barton Glen Baxter Derek Boshier Boyd & Evans Edward Burtynsky Stephen Chambers Bernard Cohen Jane Edden John Gibbons Kleio Gizeli Nicola Hicks Peter Howson Patrick Hughes Claerwen James Lucy Jones John Keane John Kirby Tim Lewis Jiro Osuga Freya Payne Tom Phillips Robert Polidori Steve Pyke Carol Robertson Tai-Shan Schierenberg Richard Smith Trevor Sutton Renny Tait Brian Wall 91


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Galerie Deborah Zafman

3 – 5 passage de Gravilliers 75003 Paris T 0033 (0)1 40 29 46 74 F 0033 (0)1 42 77 12 74 E galerie@deborahzafman.com www.deborahzafman.com

Grueneburgweg 71 D – 60323 Frankfurt Germany T +49 69 72 12 81 F +49 69 72 12 81 E info@galerie-huebner.de www.galerie-huebner.de

The “laboratory of suppositions,” as the gallery has been nicknamed, is a vibrant creative center exhibiting artworks that celebrate the body and stress the sensuality of matter. The large space allows for art to be staged around a variety of other cultural events, such as concerts, contemporary dance and gastronomic performances. Artists presented by the gallery include: Marcos Carrasquer, Raynald Driez, Michel Gouéry, Chan Kai-Yuen, Pascal Pillard, Maurice Rocher, Davor Vrankic, Stéphane Pencréac’h.

Gallery shows mainly painting, drawings and sculptures from young artists from around the world.

Michel Gouéry b. 25/02/1959 Deep frog, 2005 Glazed ceramic 50.4 x 43.3 x 13.4 inches

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Friederike Jokisch b.1981 in Leipzig Ebene, 2008 Pastel on paper 18.33 x 26.13 inches

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D136 555 West 25 Street New York, NY 10001 T 917 305 0003 F 917 305 0018 E info@galleryhenoch.com www.galleryhenoch.com

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George Henoch Shechtman, Director Nancy Hicks, Assistant Director Andrew Liss, Assistant Director Sheryl Liebman Fisher, Administrator

Gallery Henoch

Gallery Henoch represents painters and sculptors who exemplify the best in contemporary Realism. The work exhibited comprises a wide diversity of styles and subject matter. These artists stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal approach. All reflect Gallery Henoch’s commitment to an art based on individual, subjective style and sensibility.

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Eric Zener Infinity, 2008 Oil on Canvas 40 x 48 inches this page

John Evans Fields by the River (Beynac), 2008 Oil on Canvas 50 x 48 inches

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Olga Antonova David Graeme Baker Kim Cogan John Evans Max Ferguson Don Gale Daniel Greene Robert Jackson David Kassan Steve Mills Simon Nicholas Gary Ruddell Steve Smulka Sharon Sprung Stephen Wright Eric Zener

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430 North Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 273 3377 F 310 273 0879 E art@galeriemichael.com www.galeriemichael.com

Michael Schwartz, President Richard Rice, Art Consultant Robert Avellano, Art Consultant Lynn Marks, Art Consultant Bill Haffner, Art Consultant Robert Vehon, Art Consultant right page

Jules Breton,1827-1906 and Pierre Billet, 1837-1922 La rammasseuse de bois Oil on canvas 60 1/2 x 41 3/4 inches this page top

Narcisse Virgile Diaz De La Pe—A, 1807-1876 Portrait of Marie, the artist’s daughter Oil on canvas, signed lower right 18 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches bottom

Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973 Nature morte au verre sous la lampe, 1962 Linocut, Signed lower right 20 7/8 x 25 1/8 inches

Galerie Michael

Galerie Michael specializes in fine European paintings, drawings and original prints from the 17th century to the present. Located on Rodeo Drive for over two decades in the heart of Beverly Hills, the gallery exhibits works by Rembrandt, Picasso, Chagall, Renoir, Miró, Toulouse-Lautrec, Matisse and artists of the French Barbizon School. Acknowledged as a leading dealer in the etchings of Rembrandt, Galerie Michael maintains one of America’s largest inventories of his graphic work. The gallery also played a significant role in the rediscovery of the Barbizon School, including 19th century artists of the plein aire tradition such as Diaz, Breton, Corot, Daubigny, Jacque, Lhermitte and Troyon. Belle Époque painters and printmakers such as Tissot, Cheret, Mucha, and Robbe are also represented. Additionally, the gallery exhibits and holds a stock of fine Impressionist paintings by Degas, Renoir, Monet and others.

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Rembrandt van Rijn Marc Chagall Pablo Picasso Joan Miró Pierre-Auguste Renoir Henri Matisse Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Diaz de la Peña Jules Breton Camille Corot Charles Daubigny Leon Lhermitte Charles Jacque Constant Troyon James Tissot Jules Cheret Alphonse Mucha Manuel Robbe 96

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H210 Gallery Jones 1725 West 3rd Avenue Vancouver, BC V6J 1K7 Canada T 604 714 2216 F 604 738 0204 E shane@galleryjones.com www.galleryjones.com Gallery Jones represents contemporary art in the mediums of painting, sculpture and photography. Located in Vancouver, Canada, the gallery exhibits Canadian artists, as well as European and American, who are making original, engaging and relevant work.

2716 South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90034 T 310 838 3685 F 310 838 3438 E la@georgebillis.com www.georgebillis.com

George Billis Gallery

This bi-coastal venture provides a dynamic exchange of contemporary artists between the art centers of New York and Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Gallery is dedicated to predominantly exhibiting emerging to mid-career artists. Painting, photography, installation, and mixed-media works are featured. Artists include Jorge Santos, Brian Novatny, Julie Speed, Bonita Helmer, Craig Carlisle, Carol Charney, Charlotte Smith, Adam Normandin, Maddy LeMel, Josh Dorman, Daniel Phill, Glenn Ossiander, Carol Es, Terry Thompson, Barbara Strasen, and more.

Carol Charney CB8, 2008 Chromogenic print mounted on aluminum

clockwise from top left: Peter Aspell, 1918-2004, September Afternoon Sun God, oil on museum board, 15 x 11 inches Markus Schaller, b. 1966, Figure in a Circle, forged steel, 30 x 6 x 32 inches Cole Morgan, b. 1950, Blue House III, mixed media on linen, 35.5 x 39.5 inches Kristin Bjornerud, b. 1980, Nightmaere Keeps Her Safe, watercolor and gouache on paper, 22 x 30 inches

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Los Angeles Sandro Gebert, Director Shawnna Schott David Wachtel Santa Fe Jane Egan, Director right page

Paul Ecke, b. 1953 Fractal 163 Mixed media on panel 48 x 72 inches top this page

Bernd Haussmann, b. 1957 Untitled P7-08 Mixed media on paper, framed 30 x 23 inches

Scottsdale William Lykins, Director

Gebert Contemporary 7160 Main Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251 T 480 429 0711 F 480 429 0713 E info@gebertartaz.com www.gebertartaz.com

Gebert Gallery

558 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 992 1100 F 505 989 1991 E jegan@gebertcontemporary.com www.gebertcontemporary.com

1345 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Venice, CA 90291 T 310 450 9897 F 310 450 8390 E info@gebertgallery.com www.gebertgallery.com

544 South Guadalupe Street Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 983 3838 F 505 983 4848 E railyard@gebertcontemporary.com www.gebertcontemporary.com

Gebert Contemporary has two locations in Santa Fe, one in Scottsdale and one in Los Angeles. In April 2008, the Gebert’s opened their newest location in Los Angeles under the name Gebert Gallery. The new industrial exhibition space, complete with concrete floors, steel beams, soaring ceilings, cinder block walls and large glass windows is located in the ultra-hip Abbot Kinney area of Venice. This expansive space can accommodate monumental sculpture and painting as well as video and installation pieces. Gebert’s other locations, including the 6,000 square foot museumscale industrial space located in the Railyard District of Santa Fe, are just as beautiful. Gebert Gallery specializes in contemporary abstract painting and sculpture of an international group of artists, with established names as well as emerging.

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John Randall Nelson, b. 1956 Her Shoes Were Cemented On Mixed media on panel 72 x 48 inches bottom

Dirk De Bruycker, b. 1955 Red Pool Asphalt, gesso, cobalt drier, oil on canvas 84 x 76 inches

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Tracey Adams Dirk De Bruycker Paul Ecke Gloria Gaddis Betty Gold Bernd Haussmann Judith Kindler Perla Krauze Kubach and Kropp Gregory Lomayesva Marcia Myers Udo Nöger John Randall Nelson Gay Patterson Brandon Reese Lee Silton Hunt Slonem Vera Sprunt Pamela Sunday Mark Vinci

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West Hollywood George Stern, Owner Irene Stern, Director Jennifer Gunlock, Administrator May Lu, Administrative Assistant Oscar Ramos, Installations right page

Emil Kosa, Jr. 1903-1968 San Pedro Harbor circa 1933 Watercolor 20 x 26 ½ inches this page top

Edgar Payne 1883-1947 Return of the Fleet Oil on canvas 28 x 34 inches lower right

William Wendt 1865-1946 A Vista, 1916 Oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches bottom

Granville Redmond 1871-1935 Serenity Oil on board 8 x 10 inches

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Carmel Brent Gross, Director Jessica Lautzenhiser, Administrator

6th Avenue Between Dolores and San Carlos Streets P.O. Box 2953 Carmel, CA 93921 T 831 626 1100 F 831 626 9900

8920 Melrose Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90069 T 800 501 6885 T 310 276 2600 F 310 276 2622 E gsfa@sternfinearts.com www.sternfinearts.com

GEORGE STERN FINE ARTS

For over thirty years, George Stern Fine Arts has specialized in California Impressionism and American Scene painting. We have a large inventory of the finest examples of paintings from 1880 through 1940 and beyond. We are involved in educating the public on the historical development of these artists and the connoisseurship of collecting. We have published books on artists such as Arthur Dominique Rozaire, Conrad Buff, and Robert Frame. George Stern was the Fine Art Dealers Association’s founding president. Currently he is serving on the boards of FADA, the Art Dealers Association of California, the Jonathan Art Foundation, the California Heritage Museum in Santa Monica, the Board of Governors of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and Board of Advisors of Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California.

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Franz Bischoff Carl Oscar Borg Jessie Arms Botke Maurice Braun Conrad Buff William Clapp John Frost August Gay Selden Gile Percy Gray Anna Hills Clarence Hinkle Joseph Kleitsch Emil Kosa, Jr. Alfredo Ramos Martinez Edgar Payne Agnes Pelton Charles Rollo Peters Hanson Puthuff Joseph Raphael Granville Redmond Charles Reiffel John Hubbard Rich Arthur Grover Rider Guy Rose Henrietta Shore Elmer Wachtel Marion Kavanagh Wachtel William Wendt S.C. Yuan 103


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E144 Rambla de la Llibertat, nº34 17004 Girona, Spain T 0034 972426446 E info@galeriagiart.com www.galeriagiart.com

Arquímedes 175, Polanco, 11570, México D.F., Mexico T (5255) 5254 8813 F (5255) 5255 5690 E info@ginocchiogaleria.com

GINOCCHIO GALERÍA

www.ginocchiogaleria.com

In 1988, Alfredo Ginocchio found Praxis Mexico gallery, which since 2007 changes its name and nowadays is named “GINOCCHIO GALLERY”. It has consolidated and represented in the art market contemporary masters such as Santiago Carbonell, Roberto Cortázar, Bruno Widmann and Roger Mantegani. The gallery is dedicated to neo figuration of modern and contemporary art which also impulses a new generation of young emerging artists: Ofill Echevarría, Cesar Rangel, Carlos Oviedo, Xevi Villaró, Claudio Gallina and Hugo Lugo.

Giart art gallery has developed from its very beginning an intense work of promotion and diffusion of young artists’ contemporary art, every aspect of plastic expression, both with exhibitions and participating in national and international fairs.

Francesc Daranas 2008, Mixed technique on paper 42.5 X 55.1 inches

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Claudio Gallina Alegoría –ensayo sobre la mirada Oil and acrylic on canvas 79 x75 inches

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Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Avenue, B6 Santa Monica, CA 90404 T 310 264 0640 F 310 264 0740 E info@greenfieldsacks.com www.greenfieldsacks.com

3000 Chestnut Avenue, Mill #214 Baltimore, MD 21211 T 410 366 2001 F 410 235 8730 E amy@goyacontemporary.com E martha@goyacontemporary.com www.goyacontemporary.com Goya Contemporary specializes in works of all media by contemporary artists and modern masters from a diverse group of geographic regions. The spacious gallery hosts a regular rotating exhibition schedule of historically significant curatorial projects, while a second space functions as a project room and archive. Goya Contemporary has been responsible for the placement of important works in major museums, corporations and private collections worldwide. The press publishes several projects each year and has collaborated with myriad accomplished artist.

Greenfield Sacks Gallery

Greenfield Sacks Gallery (formerly Bobbie Greenfield Gallery) specializes in works by the Abstract Expressionists and Pop artists such as Hockney, Lichtenstein, Frankenthaler, and Francis, as well as artwork from the estates of Robert Motherwell and Andy Warhol. The gallery exhibits sculptures and paintings by contemporary California artists Charles Arnoldi, Guy Dill, and Ed Moses. Greenfield Sacks Gallery is a member of the International Fine Print Dealer’s Association and the Fine Art Dealers Association.

Joyce J. Scott Look Mom, a Doctor! 2008 Seedbeads, thread, glass, wood, coins 18 X 10 X 12 inches Robert Motherwell Gauloises 1974 1974, Monotype 29 1/4 x 41 1/4 inches

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Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

8678 Melrose Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90069 T 310 657 1711 F 310 657 7771 E rhonda@hamiltonselway.com www.hamiltonselway.com

P.O. Box 1549 New York, NY 10101-1549 T 212 582 2505 E haydenandfandetta@msn.com

Over the last 12 years, Hamilton-Selway Fine Art has become one of the leading Contemporary and Pop Art Galleries in Los Angeles.We have traditionally focused on primarily prints and works on paper, but in recent years that has expanded to paintings. HSFA owns a substantial inventory of blue chip art, with a particular depth of works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann, Keith Haring, Robert Rauschenberg, Alex Katz, David Hockney, Ed Ruscha, Jasper Johns and Jim Dine, among many others. Our website exhibits much of our material and it is constantly updated. Please visit our gallery in the heart of the Avenues of Art and Design, directly across from the famous “Blue Whale” (the Pacific Design Center) on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood.

Roy Lichtenstein Crying Girl, 1963 Offset lithograph on lightweight off-white wove paper 18 x 24 inches

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HAYDEN & FANDETTA RARE BOOKS

Hayden & Fandetta Rare Books, international private dealers based in New York City, specialize in books about art, antiques, and interior design. Color plate books, illustrated books, and Art Deco books with striking illustrated dustwrappper are also in stock. A bookbinder/conservator is on staff to offer clients complete bookbinding and restoration services.

MEMBERS Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America International League of Antiquarian Booksellers Art and Antique Dealers League of America CINOA

Joan Miro His Graphic Work. Introduction by Sam Hunter. New York:Harry N. Abrams,1958. First US edition. Small square folio. xxxv + 108pp, list of illustrations, bibliography. 98 reproductions, 14 in color, including six gatefolds. Boards, dustwrapper and endsheets all illustrated by Miro. Fine monograph on Miro’s graphic output.

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Hespe Gallery

B52 3 Elm Street Stockbridge, MA 01262 T 413 298 3044 F 413 298 3275 E artglass@holstengalleries.com www.holstengalleries.com

251 Post Street, Suite 420 San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 776 5918 E info@hespe.com www.hespe.com

Hespe Gallery, founded in 1993 by Charles Hespe, concentrates on the work of mid-career and established painters while introducing emerging artists. Exhibitions feature artists from across the U.S. and abroad with an emphasis on representational paintings. Charles Hespe has over twenty years of experience as an art dealer, having directed galleries in New York and Chicago. The gallery is located a block from San Francisco’s Union Square at 251 Post Street, Suite 420.

Kevin Moore Jordan #3, 2008 Oil and enamel on aluminum panel 14 x 17 inches

Holsten Galleries

Holsten Gallery was established in 1978 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and was one of the first studio glass galleries in the U.S. to show contemporary art glass. Our gallery is an internationally recognized gallery representing leading contemporary glass artists. Holsten Gallery works with private collectors, museums, architects and corporations in building collections of art glass sculpture, commissions and installations.

Paul Stankard, b. 1943 Rose Bouquet Orb with Damselfly, 2008 Glass, 5 1/2 inches diameter

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J. CACCIOLA GALLERY

D120 531 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 T 212 462 4646 F 212 462 4556 E info@jcacciolagallery.com www.jcacciolagallery.com

357 North La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 938 5222 F 323 938 0577 E jrutberg@jackrutbergfinearts.com www.jackrutbergfinearts.com

The J. Cacciola Gallery represents many of the finest contemporary artists at work today. From established and mid-career painters to emerging artists, we continue to seek out exceptional artists and bring their work to a wider public. We have made a determined commitment to this work, about which we feel passionate. We hope that you will share our excitement in savoring the work of established artists as well as discovering new faces and new directions in contemporary art.

Linda Christensen Harbor Figure Oil on canvas 48 x 48 inches

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Jack Rutberg Fine Arts

Founded in 1979, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts features important Modern and Contemporary European, American and Latin American artists. The gallery represents the estates of Hans Burkhardt and Francisco Zuniga, as well as contemporary artists Patrick Graham, Ruth Weisberg, and Jerome Witkin. Important solo shows have included Tapies, Gorky, Rouault, Weber, Kollowitz, Calder and other significant 20th century artists. Major exhibitions have included surveys of German Expressionism, California Modernism and Los Angeles Contemporary Art.

Hans Burkhardt, 1904-1994 Silent Sounds, 1958 Oil on Canvas 60 x 50 inches

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Jacob Karpio, Director Ilan Karpio, Public Relations Mary Chacón, PR Manager José Altamirano, Exhibitions Manager

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Gabriel Delponte Mural, 2008 Mixed media 118 x 94 inches this page top

Lluís Barba El archiduque Leopoldo Guillermo en su galería de pintura en Bruselas - David Teniers, 2008 Grieger Diasec 79 x 98 inches lower right

David Rosenbloom GH, 2007 Pigmented Inks on mouldmade paper composite mounting 43 x 79 inches

Jacob Karpio Galeria Avenida 1, 1352 Cuesta de Nuñez 1000 San Jose, Costa Rica T 506 2257 7963 F 506 2255 4524 C 786 925 7307 E ramesh10.cr@gmail.com E jacobkarpiogallery@gmail.com www.jacobkarpio-galeria.com

JACOB KARPIO GALERIA

“….Jacob Karpio Galería is the only Central American gallery over the past two decades to have worked at an international level, promoting and disseminating Latin American art worldwide with great dedication. Its special location not only made it possible for the gallery to operate throughout Central America, but also allowed it to develop into a hub that connects the contemporary art scenes of North and South America and forms a link with the Caribbean Islands.” Jens Hoffmann, International Art Galleries. Post-war to Post-millennium. Uta Grosenick + Raimar Stange. DuMont Literatur und Kunst Verlag, Cologne, 2005

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Lucía Madriz Eat, 2008 Installation with corn seeds 110 x 79 inches

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Lluís Barba Gabriel Delponte Lucía Madriz David Rosenbloom Inés Drangosch FJ Valdés Martin Mele Romina Berger Arturo Aguiar

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Jerald Melberg Gallery

G186 625 South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, NC 28211 T 704 365 3000 F 704 365 3016 E gallery@jeraldmelberg.com www.jeraldmelberg.com

15092 Manzanita Diggins Drive Nevada City, CA 95959 T 530 265 9278 F 530 265 9277 C 530 277 2670 E Julie@juliebakerfineart.com www.juliebakerfineart.com Jerald Melberg Gallery features contemporary painting and sculpture by a diverse group of nationally and internationally known artists from all geographic regions. Consequently, our artists reside all over the United States, South America and Spain. The artists represented by the gallery are chosen with extreme care, as we seek to exhibit works of art that have a particular visual poetry and inner integrity that transcend the everyday, regardless of being abstract, representational or realist.

Robert Motherwell 1915-1991 Untitled, 1973 Acrylic on Paper 30 x 22 1/2 inches

Julie Baker Fine Art

Since 2001, Julie Baker Fine Art has been a leading gallery for emerging to mid career contemporary artists. The gallery primarily focuses on identifying and exhibiting artists who present a contemporary vision to the traditional art forms of painting, drawing and sculpture through a unique approach to process, medium and imagery. Artists are selected based on the quality of their technique, an ability to present an exceptional image and for creating works that are timeless. Julie Baker Fine Art is now open by appointment only. The website offers an up to date catalogue of inventory and the gallery exhibits at numerous art fairs throughout the United States.

Jenny Wunderly At the Right Time, 2008 Acrylic, plaster and oil pastel on canvas 72 x 60 inches

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Jane Kahan Charles Mathes, Director

922 Madison Avenue (at 73rd Street) Mezzanine Level New York, NY 10021 T 212 744 1490 F 212 744 1598 E janekahan@janekahan.com www.janekahan.com Hours: Tue - Sat 10am – 6pm

JANE KAHAN GALLERY

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Roy Lichtenstein, 1923-1997 Still Life, 1980, Aubusson Tapestry 78 x 58 inches this page top

Serge Mendjisky, b. 1929 Blue Bridge, 2007, Monoedition 63 3/8 x 31 7/8 inches lower right

Judy Kensley Mckie, b. 1944 Rabbit Sideboard, 2003 Cast Bronze and Glass 32 x 64 x 18 inches bottom

Victor Vasarely, 1908-1997 Gordos, 1975, Oil on canvas 47 1/4 x 28 3/8 inches

The JANE KAHAN GALLERY is an internationally known New York City art gallery specializing in 20th century European and American masters with particular emphasis on the work of Picasso, Chagall, Leger and Miro. With antecedents going back to the 1950s, the gallery opened to the public in 1973, and is still at its original location on Madison Avenue. We were part of the founding group of the International Fine Print Dealers Association and are long-time members of the Appraiser Association of America. Besides our extensive dealings in paintings, prints and sculpture, Jane Kahan was one of the earliest galleries in the United States to handle Picasso ceramics as well as ceramics by Leger and Chagall. Our collection of Aubusson tapestries by many of the great artists of the 20th century is one of the largest in the world and has been featured in numerous museums, art fairs and publications. ARTISTS

Appel Braque Calder Chagall Cortes De Kristo Delaunay Dubuffet Dufy Etienne Francis Galien Laloue Kun Lanskoy Le Corbusier 118

Leger Lichtenstein Magritte Matta McKie Mendjisky Metzinger Miro Moore Picasso Saint Phalle Sandorfi Stella Survage Vasarely Zadkine 119


C101 1880 Century Park East, Suite 100 Los Angeles, CA 90067 T 310 277 4997 F 310 277 4881 E jnca@novakart.com www.novakart.com

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Jim Dine Anderson and Shepard #1, 2008 Acrylic, sand and charcoal on linen 48 x 96 inches

JONATHAN NOVAK CONTEMPORARY ART

Since 1978, Jonathan Novak has been an important source for contemporary American and European art. With a wide-ranging inventory consisting of paintings, drawings, and sculpture, one may find significant examples by internationally recognized artists. Jonathan provides his clients with expert advice in the purchasing, collecting, and selling of fine contemporary works of art.

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Richard Diebenkorn Twelve, 1985 14 color lithograph Sheet size: 44 1/16 x 34 1/4 inches Image size: 35 3/8 x 27 1/4 inches Edition of 50 top right

Sam Francis Untitled, 1964 Acrylic on paper 9 7/8� x 7� bottom left

Tom Wesselmann Study for Nude Lying on the Beach, 1965 Pencil and crayon on paper 8 1/8 x 11 inches

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Linda Bacon John Baeder Tim Bavington Robert Bechtle Chuck Close Joseph Cornell Richard Diebenkorn Jim Dine Jean Dubuffet Richard Estes

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Sam Francis Helen Frankenthaler Ralph Goings David Hockney Don Jacot Alex Katz Ron Kleeman Roy Lichtenstein Tom McKinley Bertrand Meniel Robert Motherwell

Ken Noland Julian Opie Ed Ruscha Niki de St. Phalle Wayne Thiebaud Andy Warhol Tom Wesselmann

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Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

529 West 20th Street, 6W New York, NY 10011 T 212 366 5368 F 212 366 5468 E markel@markelfinearts.com www.markelfinearts.com

696 East Colorado Boulevard Suite 4 Pasadena, CA 91101 T 626 577 5657 www.mkelleyart.com

In our thirty years as fine art dealers, KMFA has developed an eclectic mix of styles and media from the most rigorously minimal, to the most lyrically abstract. We specialize in one-of-a-kind works on paper and expanded into paintings nearly ten years ago. The art we exhibit invariably expresses the joy the artist takes in the art-making process, the sensuality of color and surface, and the pleasure of paint and mark-making. Our artists make work that tends to be clear and optimistic, and (a very bad word in today’s art world) beautiful.

Tryell Collins Crystal Springs Rd., 2008 Oil on aluminum 22 x 18 inches

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Kelley Gallery

Established in 1986, The Kelley Gallery specializes in original paintings produced from 1850 through the 1960s. From early California artists and the American Scene, to Pre-Raphaelite and Symbolist works of the 19th century, the gallery handles a broad spectrum of painting styles and subject matter. We cater to the independent and progressiveminded collector looking for the unique, the unusual, and the exceptional .

Joe Overstreet, b. 1933 Jimbo’s Bop City, The Fillmore District, 1956 Oil on masonite 36 x 22 inches

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Koplin Del Rio Gallery

6031 Washington Boulevard Culver City, CA 90232 T 310 836 9055 F 310 836 9057 E info@koplindelrio.com www.koplindelrio.com

2634 South La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90034 T 310 559 6200 F 310 559 6066 E masoudpourhabib@lacontemporary.com E hoojunglee@lacontemporary.com www.lacontemporary.com

The program at Koplin Del Rio focuses on contemporary painting, drawing, and sculpture of established, internationally known artists, as well as emerging California artists. The gallery’s main emphasis is representational figurative, landscape and still-life works. Koplin Del Rio represents a variety of artists including: Sandow Birk, Einar & Jamex de la Torre, D.J. Hall, Laurie Hogin, Kerry James Marshall, Aaron Smith, Peter Zokosky and more. The gallery is in its 25th year of business.

Kerry James Marshall, b. 1955 Vignette 12, 2008 Acrylic on PVC panel 72 x 60 inches

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LA Contemporary

The exhibition program of LA Contemporary balances a selection of emerging and mid-career artists who have established their art career in the US as well as internationally. Part of the mission of LA Contemporary is to raise artists with bright artistic talents and serve their needs to becoming ambitious museum quality artists. LA Contemporary is committed, but not limited to exhibiting artworks that are not predictable by material circumstances. We are interested in showing artworks that will push beyond the viewers’ imaginations.

The Spiritual Descent of The Bicycle Becomes The Second-Birth of Flight: Part Eleven – VIII 2007, 2008 (from Orpheus One) Lacquer on aluminum 72 x 72 x 5 inches

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I 241 Galerie Bernd A. Lausberg Mühlengasse 3 40213 Düsseldorf T + F 0211 836 84 91 www.galerie-lausberg.com

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Regine Schumann soft colormirror, 2008 Fluorescent Plexiglas each 33.85 x 14.17 x 1.97 inches this page

880 Queen Street West Toronto ON M6J 1G3 Canada T 416 516 44 40 toronto@galerie-lausberg.com www.galerie-lausberg.com

lausberg contemporary

Galerie Bernd A. Lausberg, founded in 2003, serves as a forum for innovators in the field of contemporary art. Critical to the gallery’s choice of artists is the individual artist’s unnerving striving to establish new directions within established genres. This applies to those artists that are productive on and beyond the edge of the boundaries of painting, figure drawing, and sculpture as well as those whose conceptual and thematic creations serve as a bridge between 3-dimensional form and art of an installation character, or whose manifestation itself is a result of a particular engaged artistic and creative calling. New media, materials and techniques are welcome ingredients in this quest to enhance or broaden traditional means of perceiving art. With the opening of Lausberg Contemporary in Toronto at the end of 2006, we extended our activities to the other side of the Atlantic.

Harald Schmitz-Schmelzer Marrakesch, coloured Synthetics 27.17 x 26.38 inches

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David Burdeny Michael Burges Carl Cruz-Diez Stephen Cone Weeks Franco De Francesca Sophie DeFrancesca Kuno Gonschior Jus Juchtmans Harding Meyer Milen Miltchev Frank Piasta Marc Rembold Harald Schmitz-Schmelzer Regine Schumann Klaus Staudt

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Levis Fine Art

B32 630 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 T 504 523 5660 T 1 800 544 9440 F 504 566 0057 E jamie@rauantiques.com www.rauantiques.com

Ossining, NY 10562 T 914 762 4880 F 914 432 8699 C 646 620 5000 E Jim@levisfineart.com www.levisfineart.com

M.S. Rau Antiques is among the premiere antiques galleries in North America, backed by an unwavering commitment of quality and customer service nearly a century strong. The 25,000 square-foot French Quarter showroom houses one of the most extensive collections of rare antiques, fine art and breathtaking jewelry available anywhere, featuring works by artists including Monet, Renoir, Bouguereau, Sisley, Paul de Lamerie, Paul Revere, Tiffany & Co., Meissen, and Fabergé, among countless others.

Levis Fine Art specializes in the identification, acquisition, and sale of 20th-century modernist paintings and sculpture. We have extensive experience in building collections which include fine works by American modernists.

Walter Plate, 1925-1972 Dream Sequence #V, 1960 Oil on canvas 60 x 48 inches Signed and dated lower left

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Claude Monet 1840-1926 , French Pine Trees at Varengeville, circa 1882 Oil on canvas Signed “Claude Monet” (lower right) and on back of canvas 25 3/4 x 32 inches

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H200 129 West Palace Avenue Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 988 8997 F 505 989 8702 E info@lewallengalleries.com www.lewallengalleries.com

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Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova 1889-1924 The Clock, 1913-14 Oil on canvas 31 x 24 inches this page top

Dan Christensen, 1942-2007 Orinocco, 1988 Acrylic on canvas 65 1/2 x 55 1/2 inches lower right

Ron Ehrlich Mother Fuchsia, 2007 Oil & mixed media on panel 71 1/2 x 71 1/2 inches bottom left

Ronnie Landfield At the End of the Day, 1997 Acrylic on canvas 44 1/2 x 37 inches

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LewAllen Galleries, with two locations in the Santa Fe area, is widely respected as one of the oldest and finest venues for leading Contemporary and Modern art in the city. Its Contemporary department represents a large group of nationally and internationally acclaimed living artists alongside some of the best emerging talent. The gallery’s contemporary artists work in a wide range of media including painting, sculpture, prints, photography, glass, ceramics and jewelry. The Modern department curates and presents signal works from masters of American and European Modernism, with a particular emphasis on the Russian AvantGarde, in accord with the highest standards of connoisseurship, scholarship, and ethical practice. Some 15-20 major exhibitions are staged by the gallery each year. LewAllen has a large following among corporations, public art spaces, leading museums and prominent private collectors, offering an exceptional visual and educational experience.

LEWALLEN GALLERIES

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LewAllen Contemporary Bill Barrett Judy Chicago Dan Christensen Howard Daum Ron Ehrlich Janet Fish Audrey Flack Jimi Gleason Wes Hempel Keith Johnston Ronnie Landfield Emily Mason Ed Mieczkowski Forrest Moses Robert Natkin Scottie Parsons LewAllen Modern Karel Appel David Davidovich Burliuk Jean Charlot Frode Dann André Favory Sam Francis Natalia Goncharova William Gropper Jean Hélion Gerrit Hondius Pinchus Krémègne Aristarkh Lentulov Isaak Levitan El Lissitzky Osip Lubitch Maximilien Luce B.J.O. Nordfeldt David Park Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova Ivan Albertovich Puni Alexei Savrasov Rolph Scarlett Raimonds Staprans James Weeks

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9002 Melrose Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90069 T 310 276 0147 F 310 276 7740 E info@louissternfinearts.com www.louissternfinearts.com

Louis Stern, President Marie Chambers, Director Cameron DuBois Rachel Rowland Oscar Ramos

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Lorser Feitelson, 1898-1978 Untitled (March 7), 1971 Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 inches this page top

Lucien Clergue Picasso au bain, plage de Cannes, 1965 Vintage silver gelatin print 18 x 24 inches lower right

Karl Benjamin, b.1925 V.S. #9, 1960 Oil on canvas 40 x 30 inches bottom left

Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997) Reclining Figure, 1943 Lead, 4 x 9 x 3 inches

Louis Stern Fine Arts

The gallery’s exhibition program has offered a dramatic re-investigation of important midtwentieth century west coast abstract painters. Identified by critic and curator Dave Hickey, as prime members of The Los Angeles School, artists Lorser Feitelson (Lorser Feitelson and the Invention of Hard Edge Painting, Lorser Feitelson The Kinetic Series Works from 1916 1923), Karl Benjamin (Karl Benjamin: Paintings from 1950 – 1965, Dance the Line Paintings by Karl Benjamin) and Helen Lundeberg (Helen Lundeberg and the Illusory Landscape: Five Decades of Painting, Infinite Distance Architectural Compositions by Helen Lundeberg) have each been featured in extensive retrospective exhibitions. In addition, the gallery continues its association, initiated with its 2002 exhibition Janos Mattis Teutsch and the Hungarian Avant Garde 1900-1935, with the work of pre and post WW1 Hunganian artists. The gallery also has a strong involvement in the secondary market, with a special concentration in Fine Art Photography, Impressionist, post-Impressionist, Modern and Latin American Art. ARTISTS

Karl Benjamin Lucien Clergue Claire Falkenstein Lorser Feitelson June Harwood Béla Kádár Helen Lundeberg John McLaughlin János Mattis Teutsch Cecilia Miguez Leonard Nimoy Alfredo Ramos Martinez Húgo Scheiber Rufino Tamayo Frederick Wight 132

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D121 619 North Almont Drive Los Angeles, CA 90069 T 310 659 8256 F 310 659 1001 E info@mannysilvermangallery.com www.mannysilvermangallery.com

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John McLaughlin Untitled (#4), circa 1947 Oil on masonite 15 1/4 x 19 1/4 inches

Manny Silverman gallery

Manny Silverman Gallery was established in 1987 and specializes in American Art of the Post-War period with a strong emphasis on Abstract Expressionism.

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Emerson Woelffer Sand and Sea, 1957/58 Oil on canvas 39 1/2 x 55 inches

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Hannelore Baron Norman Bluhm James Brooks Edward Dugmore Sam Francis Michael Goldberg Maxwell Hendler Robert Motherwell Richard Pousette-Dart

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Mark Wolfe, Director Megan Semple, Assistant Director Congyun Liu, Curatorial Assistant

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Jordan Eagles, b. 1977 Life Force, 2008) Blood preserved on plexiglas, UV resin

49 Geary Street, 2nd Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 369 9404 F 415 369 9405 E contact@wolfecontemporary.com www.wolfecontemporary.com

Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art

Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art exhibits a range of local and international art in all media with an emphasis on emerging and mid-career artists from California, Italy, and China. The gallery began in 2003 as a salon in San Francisco’s vibrant South of Market district, offering artists a space in which to exchange ideas in an informal setting. Now located in the 49 Geary building in the heart of downtown San Francisco, the gallery remains committed to nurturing emerging artists, drawing talent locally and from around the world. Working in a wide range of media - from painting to video art – our artists all share a deep commitment to conceptual rigor and a firm command of their craft. Mark Wolfe Contemporary’s diverse, constantly evolving program encourages them to take risks - to push their art to the boundary and beyond. For the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show, Mark Wolfe Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new blood paintings by Jordan Eagles.

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Jordan Eagles, b. 1977 Installation view Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art, San Francisco, 2008

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Yee Jan Bao Francesca Berrini Davide Coltro Alika Cooper Jordan Eagles Yuan Gao Danielle Giudici Wallis Sarah Hirneisen Ryan Martin Dennis McNulty Jeremy Mora

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208 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 T 704 333 5983 F 704 333 5816 E info@mccollfineart.com www.mccollfineart.com

835 West Washington Boulevard Chicago, IL 60607 T 312 226 6800 F 312 226 6588 E gallery@thomasmccormick.com www.thomasmccormick.com

McColl Fine Art is one of the premier art galleries in the Southeast. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, the gallery specializes in fine American and European paintings, with a primary focus on select works of art from the 19th and early 20th centuries. We offer works of exceptional quality from periods that include the Barbizon School, the Hudson River School, Academic painting, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism.

Jean-Baptiste Armand Guillaumin French, 1841–1927 Les rochers embrasés Oil on canvas 30 x 25 ¼ inches Signed Guillaumin, lower right

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M cCormick Gallery

The McCormick Gallery features both modern and contemporary art, focusing primarily on painting and works on paper. We represent the estates of numerous mid-century American painters with an emphasis on Abstract Expressionism.

Lynne Drexler, 1928-1999 Untitled, 1961 Oil on canvas 75 1/2 x 50 inches Signed and dated verso

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MIXOGRAFIA ®

G198 1419 East Adams Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90011 T 323 232 1158 F 323 232 1655 E gallery@mixografia.com www.mixografia.com

494 University Avenue Palo Alto, CA 94301 T 650 327 6325 F 650 327 3289 E info@modernbook.com www.modernbook.com

The Mixografia ® Workshop prints and publishes limited editions on handmade paper using a process that allows for 3-dimensional prints in deep relief. More than 80 of the world’s most celebrated artists have challenged the workshop with a diverse array of projects during our 40-year history.

Ed Ruscha, American, b. 1937 New Wood / Old Wood, 2007 Mixografia ® diptych print on handmade paper, Edition of 75 13 x 34 x 1 inches, each part

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Modernbook Gallery

Established in 1999, Modernbook Gallery specializes in contemporary fine art photography by emerging and established artists. Gallery artists include: Brigitte Carnochan, Roger Eberhard, Geir Jordahl, Fan Ho, Brian Taylor, Maggie Taylor, Jerry Uelsmann, among others. Modernbook Editions, a subsidiary of Modernbook Gallery, established in 2006, is a fine art publisher specializes in photography.

Maggie Taylor, b. 1961 The Herald, 2006, Limited Edition Archival Pigment Print, available in 36 x 36 inches, 22 x 22 inches, 15 x 15 inches, and 8 x 8 inches

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Nancy Hoffman Gallery

520 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 T 212 966 6676 F 212 334 5078 E info@nancyhoffmangallery.com www.nancyhoffmangallery.com

1075 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 982 4631 F 505 984 0199 E inquiry@matteucci.com www.matteucci.com

Nancy Hoffman Gallery opened in SoHo in 1972, among the first contemporary galleries downtown to show paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs, video, and installations. Eight years ago Nancy Hoffman Gallery commenced an active and on-going Projects Space gallery to showcase younger artists. The Project’s program continues to grow and develop and introduce new artists to the gallery group and audience. Each artist’s single-minded, obsessive commitment to a personal vision and the process by which that vision is realized links younger to more mature artists. Nancy Hoffman Gallery’s active program consists of rotating solo exhibitions, active participation in art fairs throughout the country, and membership in the Art Dealers Association of America and Fine Art Dealers of Association. Periodic theme shows include invited artists. After thirty six prosperous years in SoHo, the gallery has moved into a beautiful new space in Chelsea where it will continue its commitment to the artists it represents as well as introducing new artists through its Project Space.

Don Eddy A River Called In Lumen Profero 2008, Acrylic on canvas 48 x 56 inches

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Nedra Matteucci Galleries

Nedra Matteucci Galleries specializes in 19th and 20th century American art, including the Taos Society of Artists, the Santa Fe Art Colony, artists of the American West and masters of American Impressionism and Modernism. Also featured is a selection of Russian Realist paintings. Included in the collection are works by important contemporary painters and in our one-acre sculpture garden monumental sculptures by artists of international recognition.

Emil Bisttram 1895-1976 Untitled (Pueblo Figures) Oil on board 13 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches

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G190 730 11th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta T2R 0E4 Canada T 403 266 1972 F 403 266 1987 E info@newzones.com www.newzones.com

2450 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL 33127 T 305 573 2400 F 305 573 0720 E miami@panamericanart.com

Opened in 1992, Newzones is one of Canada’s top galleries representing leading names in contemporary Canadian art. Working with painting, sculpture, and photo-based works, we have developed a strong international following for our artists. The focus of these efforts has been an exciting program of curated exhibitions, publishing projects, and art fair participation. Newzones is interested in artwork that continually pushes the boundaries of contemporary art practice.

Colleen Philippi Cut and Paste (detail) Oil and paper on wood 32 x 35 1/2 inches

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1615 Dragon Street Dallas, TX 75207 T 214 522 3303 F 214 522 5502 E dallas@panamericanart.com www.panamericanart.com

Pan American Art Projects

As a dynamic contemporary art venture, PanAmerican ArtProjects, promotes international artists of distinction with a focus on art of the Americas. The gallery also deals in secondary market works of note. With locations in both Dallas and Miami, we are committed to supporting our local art communities as well as reaching out through alternative art projects across the globe. The gallery is a charter member of the prestigious Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas and the Wynwood Arts Association in Miami.

Leon Ferrari b. 1920, Buenos Aires Untitled, 1998 Mixed media on canvas 71 x 55 inches

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Peter Fetterman Gallery

E150 Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A7 Santa Monica, CA 90404 T 310 453 6463 F 310 453 6959 E Info@peterfetterman.com www.peterfetterman.com

The gallery specializes in classic black & white photography with an emphasis on humanist imagery. The gallery also represents a select group of contemporary and emerging artists.

PYO GALLERY SEOUL 258-79 Itaewon-Dong, Yongsan-Gu Seoul, Korea T +82 2 543 7337 F +82 2 790 0595 E pyogallery@korea.com www.pyoart.com

PYO GALLERY LA 1100 S Hope Street, Suite 105 Los Angeles, CA 90015 T 213 405 1488 F 213 405 1489 E info@pyogalleryla.com www.pyogalleryla.com

PYO GALLERY

PYO Gallery has earned a reputation for exhibiting cutting-edge Contemporary fine art in all genres. We opened our first gallery in 1981 in the heart of Seoul, Korea. Since then, we have worked with notable artists in the Korean and international fine art scene. PYO Gallery has expanded internationally with new exhibition spaces in Namsan (Korea), Jiuchang Art District (China), Chungdam-Dong (Korea), 798 Art District (China) and most recently, Downtown Los Angeles (USA).

PYO GALLERY SOUTH B112 NaturePoem B/D 118-17 Chungdam-Dong Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, Korea T +82 2 511 5295 F +82 2 511 5297 E pyogallery@korea.com www.pyoart.com PYO GALLERY BEIJING Jiuchang Art District, Beihuqu Rd. Anwaibeiyuan St. Chaoyang District Beijing, China T +86 10 5202 3814 F +86 10 5202 3813 E pyogallery@163.com http://beijing.pyogallery.com PYO GALLERY 798 798 ART DISTRICT, NO.4 Jiuxianqiao Road Chaoyang District, Beijing, China T +86 10 59789014 E pyogallery@163.com http://beijing.pyogallery.com Sebastiao Salgado, Brazil, b. 1944 Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa, 2008 Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 inches

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Park Sung-Tae Membrane, 2008 Aluminum screening Variable installation

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Ran Gallery

F170 3668 Erie Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45208 T 513 871 7131 F 513 871 5654 E mrangallery@aol.com www.jackmeanwell.com

2A Conway Street Fitzroy Square London W1T 6BA United Kingdom T +44 0 20 7436 4899 F +44 0 20 7323 3182 E info@rebeccahossack.com www.r-h-g.co.uk

Ran Gallery offers you a comprehensive art service, with professional advice on all aspects of buying and selling works of fine art since 1970. We specialize in 19th and 20th century American and European works of art. We represent the estates of Edward Volkert, Jack Meanwell, Paul Chidlaw and have been compiling a catalogue raisonne of the work of Edward Potthast (1857-1927) since 1985. We offer fine art appraisals, restoration and custom framing. We have placed paintings in many private, corporate and museum collections and we photograph your works of art and assist you in compiling a catalogue of your art collection.

Jack Meanwell, 1919-2005 Canadian Landscape, 1980 Oil on canvas, 32 x 40 inches

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Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery

The Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. Over the past two decades it has established a reputation as one of the most exciting galleries in the UK, committed to artists of individual vision and excellence across a wide range of practices, media and cultural backgrounds.

Simone, 2008 Acrylic on linen with metallic leaf 60 x 148 inches

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Red Truck Gallery

New Orleans, LA T 504 231 6760 E noah@redtruckgallery.com www.redtruckgallery.com

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Howard L. Rehs, Current President of FADA

Red Truck’s Gallery model’s a little different. Instead of cycling through new artists in an effort to stay “fresh,” I’ve decided to show only 7 artists and develop as they do. The personal, intimate experience of growing with them is rewarding and unique, especially as the artists I’ve chosen mean the world to me. These people are life-long family and friends, the fact they are all amazing artists is what makes it work.

5 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 T 212 355 5710 C 917 690 7766 F 212 355 5742 E info@rehs.com www.rehs.com

REHS GALLERIES, INC.

Rehs Galleries, Inc. is one of the world’s leading dealers of important 19th, 20th & 21st century art. The gallery specializes in French, British, and American artists who exhibited at the Paris Salon and London’s Royal Academy from 1860–1920. Members of: Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA), Art & Antique Dealers League of America, C.I.N.O.A., Appraisers Association of America.

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19th Century William A. Bouguereau Eugene Boudin Jean B.C. Corot Edouard Cortès Narcisse Diaz de la Peña Julien Dupré Eugene Galien Laloue Daniel Ridgway Knight Louis Aston Knight Emile Munier Modern & Contemporary Holly Banks Allan Banks Jerome Carlin Gregory F. Harris Ugo Giannini John Kuhn Barry Oretsky Junn Roca Sally Swatland

Frank Relle, Richelieu Photograph. 2005 32 x 24 inches

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Fritz Zuber-Buhler 1822-1896 Reclining Beauty Oil on canvas 26 x 32 inches Signed

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Robert berman gallery

B41 2525 Michigan Avenue, Suite D5/C2 Santa Monica, CA 90404 D5 Gallery 310 315 1937 C2 Gallery 310 315 9506 F 310 315 9688 E berman@artnet.net www.robertbermangallery.com

131 Bent Street Taos, NM 87571 T 575 751 0159 E parsons@parsonsart.com www.parsonsart.com

The Robert Berman Gallery has been in business in Santa Monica, California since 1979. One of the first galleries to be located at Bergamot Station Arts Center, it has occupied two exhibition spaces there for the last thirteen years. Founder and owner Robert Berman was early on in exhibiting artists, such as Keith Haring and Raymond Pettibon and has done historical and seminal exhibitions by such artists as William S. Burroughs and Man Ray. The gallery has a rotating exhibition schedule specializing in mid-career and established artists in all mediums.

Alex Prager Desert, 2004 C-print

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Robert L. Parsons Fine Art

Robert L. Parsons Fine Art Gallery exhibits important paintings from the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Founders, as well as Early Santa Fe and Taos Art Colonies. Housed in the historic Ferdinand Maxwell house, this unique collection features art from the early to mid twentieth century, with a focus on the New Mexico images made famous by these early artists.

J.H. Sharp, 1859-1953 Bawling Deer Oil on canvas 16 x 12.5 inches

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Yu Fan Mr. W Enamel on fiberglass 87 x 14 x 24 inches

Jim Robischon, Director Jennifer Doran, Director Debra Malik Demosthenes, Registrar Zach Burk, Preparator In association with Tom Whitten and Michael Micketti

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Chen Wenling Happy Life #8 Enamel on fiberglass 96 x 65 inches below

Zhang Xiaogang Big Family #2 Silkscreen 37 x 52 inches bottom Left

Feng Zhengjie Korean Portrait Oil on canvas 59 x 59 inches

1740 Wazee Street Denver, CO 80202 T 303 298 7788 F 303 298 7799 E mail@robischongallery.com www.robischongallery.com

Robischon Gallery

Robischon Gallery, Denver, Colorado, has been producing monthly exhibitions of regional, national and international artists since 1976. Embracing the current pluralism in art, the gallery’s exhibitions purposefully address a wide range of stylistic and contextual concerns. Ongoing art-world dialogues, such as the rise and impact of Chinese contemporary art, are explored within the critically-acclaimed exhibition program. China’s progressive art movement is highly regarded as pivotal to the current global art scene with pioneering and widely-recognized artists such as Zhang Xiaogang, Zhang Dali and Yue Minjun continuing to challenge the status quo. Similarly, Robischon Gallery represents and exhibits artists who cover a range of notoriety including Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Manuel Neri, Bernar Venet, Robert Motherwell, Judy Pfaff, Richard Serra and Ann Hamilton in tandem with mid-career and emerging artists. Robischon Gallery consistently features work by artists of integrity and vision while acknowledging the historical precedence of their idiom.

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Chen Wenling Chi Peng Feng Zhengjie He Jian Huang Binyan Li Wei Liu Bolin Lu Peng Luo Brothers Mu Jun

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B20 120 East 65th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 772 8627 F 646 607 5588 E info@schillerandbodo.com www.schillerandbodo.com

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Charles François Daubigny French, 1817-1878 Lavandières au Bord de l’Oise 1874, Signed and dated lower right: Daubigny 1874 Oil on panel 15 1/8 x 26 ¾ inches

Schiller & Bodo European Paintings

Schiller & Bodo European Paintings is located in an elegant townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, in a gallery space reminiscent of the salons where many of our paintings may once have hung. Schiller & Bodo specializes in European paintings from 1850 to 1950, with emphasis on French Barbizon, Academic, and Post-Impressionist paintings. Artists in our inventory include Bouguereau, Meissonier, Sorolla, Corot, Courbet, Daubigny, Diaz de la Peña, Loir, d’Espagnat, Laugé, Loiseau, Puigaudeau, and Valtat.

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Roger Bissière French, 1886-1964 Jeune Femme à la Guitare (Portrait of Mousse Bissière) Signed lower right: Bissière Inscribed and dated on stretcher: Bissière Mousse 1920, Oil on canvas 48 7/8 x 21 3/8 inches lower right

Georges d’Espagnat French, 1870-1950 Still life, Apples and Pears (Nature Morte, Pommes et Poires), 1899 Monogrammed upper right: G d E Oil on canvas 14 3/8 x 24 inches 22 1/2 x 32 inches framed bottom

François-Joseph Luigi Loir French, 1845-1916 Carousel at the Porte Dorée Signed lower right: Loir, Luigi Oil on canvas 19 ¾ x 28 ¾ inches

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971 Chung King Road Los Angeles, CA 90012 T 213 620 9404 F 213 620 9409 E info@sabinaleegallery.com www.sabinaleegallery.com

53 East 58th Street New York, NY 10022 T 212 832 1400 E info@spaniermanmodern.com www.spaniermanmodern.com

Sabina Lee Gallery was founded in 1993 by owner Sabina Lee in the downtown Los Angeles. The gallery has involved representing emerging and established artists from diverse backgrounds whose works range from painting, sculpture, installations, video, and photography featuring in the contemporary and conceptual issue of the fine art. Exhibitions by artists, Micol Hebron, Gregg Renfrow, SungHong Min, Ik-Jong Kang, Aragna ker, ect, have been featured in reviews in the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Art Week and many other fine arts publications. Gallery artists’ work has been presented in museum exhibitions throughout the United States, Europe and Asia including The Whitney Museum of Art, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. The gallery believes in the important role of art and culture in a multicultural city such as Los Angeles and will continue to introduce artists from diverse backgrounds to the public.

Ik-Joong Kang Happy World- Dear Nam June Paik, 2008 Mixed Media 47 x 47 inches

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Spanierman Modern

Spanierman Modern is pursuing a unique path within the trajectory of American abstract Painting from Post World War II to the present. Most of our artists share an enthusiasm for color, paint and materiality. The artist chosen to represent the gallery for the L A Art Show, Dan Christensen, produced work that falls within the category defined by Clement Greenberg, as Color Field or PostPainterly Abstraction. Dan Christensen’s spray paintings from the late sixties and early seventies are emblematic of a period of exhuberant experimentation with materials and process. We are privileged to represent Dan Christensen’s estate.

Dan Christensen 1942-2007 Chevade, 1968 Acrylic on canvas 92 x 72 inches

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Spencer Jon Helfen, Director Stephanie Boris, Gallery Assistant

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Koichi Nomiyama 1900–1984 Self Portrait (Man Holding Mandolin), 1934 Oil on canvas Signed and dated “K. Nomiyama 1934” lower right 40 1/4 x 31 1/2 inches this page top

Lucretia Van Horn 1882–1970 Seated Woman circa 1927 Oil on canvas Signed “L. Van Horn” lower right 30 x 21 inches bottom

Helen Clark Oldfield 1902–1981 Sliced Melons, 1939 Oil on canvas Signed “Helen Oldfield” lower left 20 x 16 inches

9200 West Olympic Boulevard Suite 200 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 T 310 273 8838 F 310 273 8848 E info@HelfenFineArts.com www.HelfenFineArts.com

Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts

Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts specializes in California and American Modernism, with an emphasis on the California Modernists of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. We are one of the only galleries to mount significant exhibitions displaying rare works by historically important California Modernists. Our clients include novice to advanced collectors, as well as museums and other institutions. All of our clients can expect thorough research of each work of art and biographical information on each artist. Stylistically, we offer works that reflect the wide diversity of California and American Modernism, including Art Deco, Cubist, Magic Realist, Regionalist, Social Realist, Surrealist, and Synchromist works of art. The Gallery offers fine paintings, sculpture, drawings and prints. We are proud to represent the Estates of Victor Arnautoff, Brents Carlton, Ralph Chessé, Helen Clark Oldfield, Otis Oldfield, Frede Vidar and Bernard Zakheim.  Member of: Art Dealers Association of California

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 abel Alvarez M Victor Arnautoff Edward Biberman Dorr Bothwell Margaret Bruton Claude Buck Brents Carlton Ralph Chessé Francis de Erdely Boris Deutsch Helen Forbes Karoly Fulop John Emmett Gerrity Nils Gren Edith Hamlin Sophie Harpe John Langley Howard Peter Krasnow 160

Walt Kuhn Lucien Labaudt Knud Merrild John Mottram Warren Newcombe Helen Clark Oldfield Otis Oldfield Ruth Powers Ortlieb Edna Reindel Jacques Schnier Sueo Serisawa Rex Slinkard Ralph Stackpole Lucretia Van Horn Frede Vidar Stanton Macdonald Wright Bernard Zakheim and others 161


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Stewart Gallery

F175 1110 West Jefferson Street Boise, Idaho 83702 T 208 433 0593 F 208 388 0620 E lane@stewartgallery.com www.stewartgallery.com

330 North Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651 T 949 494 0669 F 949 494 0689 E sue@suegreenwoodfineart.com www.suegreenwoodfineart.com

Stewart Gallery was established in Boise, Idaho in 1987. We represent a small group of national and international contemporary artists. Our focus is on curated exhibitions, limited edition print projects and art fair participation. We have assisted in developing private and public collections for over two decades.

Alan Macdonald, b. 1962 in Malawi Central Africa, now living and working in England Urban Space Man, 2008 Oil on linen 26 x 19 inches

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Sue Greenwood Fine Art

Located in Orange County, California, Sue Greenwood Fine Art was established in 2005. In a relatively short span of time the gallery has gained recognition for its focus of contemporary realism and figurative artists with a particular emphasis in painting and sculpture. The gallery represents thirty-five highly refined and distinctive emerging, mid-career and established artists from the Western region of the United States.

Glenn Ness b. April 21, 1959 The Rescue Oil on Canvas 24 x 18 inches

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Hassel Smith, 1915-2007 A-1231 Acrylic on canvas Signed on back 68 x 68 inches this page top

Edward H. Potthast 1857-1927 Santa Barbara Mission circa 1905, Oil on canvas Signed lower left 20 x 24 inches

Frank Goss Jeremy Tessmer Susan Bush Brian King Edgard Rincon Danielle Peltakian Jan Helsel Maggie Iba

1266 Coast Village Road Montecito, CA 93108 T 805 969 5112 F 805 969 0220

7 East Anapamu Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 T 805 730 1460 F 805 730 1462 E sales@sullivangoss.com www.sullivangoss.com

Sullivan goss an american gallery

Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery presents an exciting selection of 19th, 20th, and 21st century American art. The gallery has recently expanded its contemporary offering substantially, and looks forward to bringing some of the finest living American artists to the West Coast.

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Martha Erlebacher Still Life with Grapes Aloe and Studio, 2000 Oil on canvas Signed lower left 32 x 44 inches

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Bo Bartlett Ken Bortolazzo Gregory Botts Harry Carmean Terry Delapp Alia E. El-Bermani Martha Mayer Erlebacher Jon Francis Robin Gowen John Nava R. Kenton Nelson  Angela Perko Hank Pitcher Miriam Slater Jack R. Smith Michael Sokolis Nicole Strasburg Sarah Vedder Shiba Ward

Anders Aldrin John Bernhardt Lydia Cooley Colin Campbell Cooper Lockwood de Forest Anya Fisher Sidney Gordin Richard Haines Lyla Harcoff WHD Koerner Betty Lane Dan Lutz Nell Brooker Mayhew Ben Messick Frederick Remahl Grace Libby Vollmer Howard Warshaw

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sundaram tagore gallery

I 237 547 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 T +1 212 677 4520 F +1 212 677 4521 E gallery@sundaramtagore.com www.sundaramtagore.com

9606 South Santa Monica Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T +1 310 278 4520 F +1 310 278 4525 E beverlyhills@sundaramtagore.com

G/F, 1/F 57-59 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong T +852 2581 9678 F +852 2581 9673 E hongkong@sundaramtagore.com

Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. We focus on developing exhibitions and hosting not-for-profit events that engage in spiritual, social and aesthetic dialogues. In a world where communication is instant and cultures are colliding and melding as never before, our goal is to provide venues for art that transcend boundaries of all sorts.

Hiroshi Senju Day Falls/Night Falls XIII, 2008 Fluorescent pigment on rice paper mounted on board 89.5 x 71.5 inches

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Bangkok Gallery Suite 11, Ground Floor The Promenade 2/4 Wireless Road Bangkok, 10330 Thailand T 011 662 6550882 E info@yargerfineart.com www.yargerfineart.com

Beverly Hills Gallery 354 North Bedford Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 278 4400 F 310 278 6771 E info@yargerfineart.com www.yargerfineart.com

timothy yarger fine art yarger I STrauss contemporary

Timothy Yarger Fine Art and YARGER | STRAUSS Contemporary specialize in modern and contemporary artwork, participating in international art fairs and curating exhibitions throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

Jean Wells Pearl, 2007 Glass mosaic sculpture 72 x 38 inches

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Tandem Press

568 Broadway, Room 502A New York, NY 10012 T 212 941 7335 F 212 941 7336 E info@susantellergallery.com www.susantellergallery.com

201 South Dickinson Street Madison, WI 53703 T 608 263 3437 F 608 265 2356 E info@tandempress.wisc.edu www.tandempress.wisc.edu

The gallery features American art from the 1920s to the 1950s, including the WPA Era, the Industrial/Urban Scene, Atelier 17, and Modernism, with work by Will Barnet, Fred Becker, Isabel Bishop, Abe Blashko, Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Edmond Casarella, James Daugherty, Dorothy Dehner, Pele deLappe, Fannie Hillsmith, Dorothy Browdy Kushner, Claire Mahl Moore, Bernard Rosenquit, Anne Ryan, Louis Schanker, Ben Shahn, Fred Shane, Mitchell Siporin, William E. Smith, Harry Sternberg, Ansei Uchima, and Lynd Ward.

Tandem Press, a publisher of contemporary fine art prints is a self-supporting unit of the Art Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Founded in 1987 Tandem Press was designed to foster research, collaboration, experimentation, and innovation in the field of printmaking.

Judy Pfaff, Year of the Dog #10, 2008 Woodblock, digital, collage with hand painting Varied edition of 20, 38 1/2 x 86 1/2 inches

Fred Shane, 1906-1990 Beach, LaJolla, 1945 Mixed media on masonite 26 x 36 inches

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Angela Usrey, Owner Annie Sherrill, Director George Caudle, Assistant Rachel Corell, Intern

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Casey McGyn Fourteen Horses Oil on canvas 71 x 71 inches

3069 South Broad Street, Suite 3 Chattanooga, TN 37408 T 423 280 7182 F 423 267 5592 tannerhillgallery.com

TANNER/HILL GALLERY

Founded in 1994, Tanner/Hill Gallery specializes in contemporary art from the Americas. Located in the Southeast United States, Tanner/Hill Gallery has built a solid reputation of artistic quality and personal integrity in the contemporary art field.

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Peter Vaughn Untitled Mixed media 12.75 x 12.75 inches lower right

Kem Alexander Nail Bowl Mixed media 17 x 22 x 14 inches lower left

Edward Kellogg Sign Series, 2008 Oil on canvas 22 x 22 inches

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Kem Alexander Elizabeth Clemons Matthew Cornell Peter DeLong John Henry Susan Hughes Edward Kellogg Lawrence Mathis Casey McGlynn Ann Nichols Frank Usrey

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JM Tasende, President Mary Beth Petersen, Director Aitor Tasende, Gallery Manager Betina Tasende, LA Gallery Director

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Lynn Chadwick Elektra I, 1968 Bronze 86 1/2 inches tall this page

Fernando Botero Circus Girl in Her Trailer, 2008 Oil on canvas 53 1/2 x 39 1/2 inches

8808 Melrose Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90069 T 310 276 8686 F 310 276 8576

820 Prospect Street La Jolla, CA 92037 T 858 454 3691 F 858 454 0589 E tasende@aol.com www.tasendegallery.com

Tasende Gallery

Celebrating our 30th year in California, Tasende Gallery offers works by a blue-chip roster of international and American artists. Member of the Fine Art Dealers Association, the Art Dealers Association of America and the American Association of Museums.

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Fletcher Benton Fernando Botero Lynn Chadwick Eduardo Chillida Jose Luis Cuevas Niki de Saint Phalle Mark di Suvero Giacomo Manzu Roberto Matta Henry Moore Armando Morales Andres Nagel Louise Nevelson Josep Riera i Arago Armando Romero Jose Maria Sicilia Wayne Thiebaud Barbara Weldon Lambert Maria Wintersberger

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Ray Redfern, Owner Beverly Newton Roberta Haltom Karl Ring Nancy Morris

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Maynard Dixon, 1875-1946 Sky and Sandstone, 1915 Oil on Canvas 20 x 30 inches this page top

Edgar Payne, 1883-1947 The Eiger Grinderwald, Switzerland Oil on Canvas 24 x 28 inches

At the Montage Resort & Spa 30801 South Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651 T 949 715 6193

1540 South Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651 T 949 497 3356 F 949 497 1324 E mail@redferngallery.com www.redferngallery.com

The Redfern Gallery

For over thirty years, The Redfern Gallery has specialized in important historical paintings by American Artists, concentrating on the California School. We exhibit and offer for sale museum quality paintings from the late 19th to early 20th century. Since 1976, The Redfern Gallery is proud to have assisted The Irvine Museum, Laguna Art Museum, Oakland Museum, Fleischer Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art in locating major works of art to be included in historical exhibitions pertaining to California Impressionism. In addition, The Redfern Gallery is a long term member of The Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA).

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Louis Aston Knight, 1873-1948 California Flowers, Holmby Hills Oil on Canvas 32 x 26 inches bottom

William Wendt, 1865-1946 The Silent Summer Sea, 1915 Oil on Canvas 25 x 30 inches

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G199 45 Moreton Street Pimlico London SW1V 2NY T +44 (0) 79 77 33 11 48 T 01 1 44 79 77 33 11 48 (from USA) www.stepsgallery.com

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Kuldeep Malhi Blush, detail, May 2005 Ceramic, Unique this page top

Carolina Sardi Acqua Drops, 2007 Painted Steel 84 x 129 x 2 inches

The Steps Gallery

The Steps Gallery, London, is recognized as one of the UK’s leading promoters and exporters of young contemporary art. Over the years, we have established a reputation for identifying pioneering artists. The comprehensive gallery program is inclusive of innovative media, technology-based work, photography, sculpture and site-specific installations. Exhibitions of gallery and guest artists expose and explore critical themes within contemporary art. The gallery is dedicated to supporting the placement of important work in all markets and premiers talent through an international program of curated exhibitions, participation in art fairs and publications. Extensive research and educational programs support the knowledge development of the Collector’s Club members. Emphasis is placed on investment in young to mid-career artists from all markets and in providing gallery clients access to the strongest emerging talent first.

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Tim Tate The Beating of My Heart Blown and cast glass, electronic parts, original video Edition of 5 bottom

Chul-Hyun Ahn Forked Series #6, 2007 Plywood, lights, mirrors, ed. A.P. 21 x 16 x 4 inches

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Laurent Elie Badessi Chul-Hyun Ahn Tim Tate Jacob M. Marchosky Carolina Sardi Kuldeep Malhi Karim Ghidinelli Gabriela Morawetz Steve Yeates

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THOMAS PAUL FINE ART

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Ronald Davis, b.1937 Bridge Through Frame, 1976 Cel-vinyl acrylic and dry pigment on canvas 114 x 122.5 inches

Thomas Paul, President Patrick Hruby, Director

7270 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 525 0444 F 323 525 0448 E info@tpaulfineart.com www.tpaulfineart.com

THOmas paul fine art

Fine works of art from the 20th and 21st Century including important American and European Contemporary Masters and emerging and mid-career artists.

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Inez Storer, b. 1933 Akhmatova, 2005 Oil/collage on panel 16 x 12 inches

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Friedel Dzubas David Hockney John Baeder Ron Davis Claes Oldenberg Gayle Donahue Inez Storer Denis Peterson Bascove W. Tucker Alan Davie and others

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A7 511 North Robertson Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90048 T 310 274 8047 F 310 274 8076 E info@triggison.com www.triggison.com

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Gottfried Helnwein Sleep (12) Mixed Media Canvas Austrian, Signed, 2008 60 x 44 inches this page top

Hubert Wolfs In het park Oil on Canvas Belgium, Signed Dated 1924 44.5 x 42.5 inches lower right

Albert Gleizes Figure Cubiste Oil on Panel France, Signed Dated 1921 36.25 x 28.75 inches lower left

Héleñe Perdriat Les DeMoiselle de Fantasie Oil on Canvas France, Signed dated 1922 60.5 x 50.5 inches

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Trigg Ison Fine Art

Trigg Ison Fine Art Inc. is a world renown fine art gallery specializing in exceptional examples of figurative original modern art. The gallery emphasizes the Art Deco/Modernist movements of both Europe and the United States, offering hand selected original works of art, that include some of Europe’s Master Cubist/ Avant-garde painters, Andre’ Lhote, Albert Gleizes and Andre’ Masson. Trigg Ison Fine Art also represents vintage works of art from a number of prominent American artists’ estates including Robert McIntosh, Ron Blumberg, Maxine Kim Stussy, and William Gropper. In November 2008, the gallery premiered the historic exhibition, “Borislav Bogdanovich: Impressions”, produced by Trigg Ison in association with the artist’s daughter Anna, and son, film director Peter Bogdanovich. In 2006, the gallery opened a contemporary division that premiered with the American exhibition of the art of French artist Gravleur, produced by Trigg Ison and Johnny Depp. Our interest in contemporary art continues to evolve, and at the 2008 Los Angeles Art Show we are pleased to present three recent painting by Gottfried Helnwein, all from the artist’s, “Sleep,” series that have just returned from museum exhibition in Prague. Trigg Ison has maintained a gallery presence in West Hollywood, California for the more than fifteen years.

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Trotter Galleries

Pacific Grove 301 Forest Avenue Across from City Hall T 831 649 3246 E trottergalleries@comcast.net www.trottergalleries.com

Specializing in Early California & American paintings since 1980 - Trotter Galleries has consistently maintained its reputation as a source for the beginning as well as the advanced collector by providing quality work of prominent early California artists. Now with two locations on the Monterey Peninsula - downtown Carmel, as well as nearby Pacific Grove - the galleries offer an extensive collection of important historical artwork by artists active throughout California, with a special emphasis on artists of the Carmel/Monterey area 1875-1950.

Granville Redmond, 1871-1935 Coastal Landscape with Poppies Oil on canvas, signed lower left 14 x 18 inches

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Carmel Paseo San Carlos Court West side of San Carlos between Ocean & 7th T 831 625 3246 F 831 625 1456 Mailing Address P.O. Box 3246, Carmel, CA 93921

Kernserstrasse 17 CH-6060 Sarnen Switzerland T 415 999 9809 F 415 474 4478 E info@veniceprojects.com www.veniceprojects.com

Venice Projects Ltd

Venice Projects is dedicated on one hand to furthering the careers of high level contemporary artists who have achived Venice Biennale status or similar international recognition, on the other to present emerging artists who aspire to arriving at this Mount Olympus of art. Venice Projects is pursuing its mission by developing international projects with a high cultural content, working with both public and private institutions.

Marya Kazoun, b. 1976 Crumbling Desert Castles Installation/Performance 2007 (Close up view), Sharjah Biennial 8 Fabric, beads, thread, wood, glue, glass, bamboo 472.7 x 629.9 x 315 inches

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Mario Héctor Manuilo, Director

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Leopoldo Torres Agüero 1924-1995 Abertura con cubo, 1970 Acrylic on canvas 78.7 x 51.2 inches

Avenida Santa Fe 834 Buenos Aires, Argentina T 54 11 4311 6568 69 73 F 54 11 4311 6568 69 73 E galeriadearte@vaneyck.com.ar www.vaneyck.com.ar

VAN EYCK Galería de Arte

The gallery exhibits mainly concrete, madi, kinetic art and abstract geometric expressions, representing many of the most outstanding Argentine artists.

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Víctor Magariños D. 1924-1993 Sin Título, años ´80 Acrylic on canvas 46.5 x 46.5 inches lower right

Carmelo Arden Quin b. 1913 Montevideo, 1943 Oil on board 9.4 x 11.8 inches

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Jorge De la Vega 1930-1971 Sin Título, 1970 Mixed media on paper 13 x 19.1 inches

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Carmelo Arden Quin Luis Barragan Jorge De La Vega Juan Doffo Bolivar Gaudin Jose Gurvich Alfredo Hlito Victor Magariños D. Maria Martorell Juan Mele Rogelio Polesello Carlos Silva Pablo Siquier Leopoldo Torres Agüero

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Vincent Vallarino Fine Art, LTD.

C110 568 Broadway New York, NY 10012 T 212 925 5700 F 212 925 3449 E info@westwoodgallery.com www.westwoodgallery.com Hours: Tue - Sat 11am - 6pm

120 East 65th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 628 0722 F 646 607 9470 C 845 797 0225 E info@vallarinofineart.com www.VallarinoFineArt.com Vincent Vallarino Fine Art Ltd. specializes in Post War American Abstract Expressionism. Our extensive inventory includes artists from the first and second generation from the New York School of action painters.

Norman Bluhm American, 1921-1999 Yangtze, 1960 Oil on canvas, Signed and dated lower left: Bluhm/60’ Signed, dated, and titled on verso

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westwood gallery, inc.

For fifteen years Westwood Gallery has specialized in Contemporary art as well as secondary market, 19th and 20th century masters. The gallery has collaborated with many museums through loans or acquisition. Gallery artists are represented in the permanent collections of MOMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian, as well as many other national and international institutions. Media coverage includes The New York Times, The New Yorker, ARTnews, Art in America, London Times, Miami Herald, NBC Today Show, PBS, Fine Art TV and others.

Andy Warhol, 1928 – 1987, Vincent Minnelli, circa 1980’s. Screenprint on newsprint paper on linen. Unique. 40 x 40 inches, Framed size: 45 ½ x 45 ½ inches

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Michael Haber Jennifer Johnson Michele Mack

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Crash Zoe’s After Party, 2004 Spraypaint on canvas 48 x 36 inches this page

Crash Saturday Matinee, 2003 Spraypaint on canvas 72 x 72 inches in 3 panels

Wooster Projects 450 West 17th Street New York, NY 10011 T 212 871 6700 E michele@woosterprojects.com www.woosterprojects.com

Wooster Projects

Founded in 1988, Wooster Projects is an internationally recognized gallery that showcases the finest in contemporary art along with emerging artists. In 1999, Wooster Projects moved from its Soho location to its present location in Chelsea, New York. The gallery provides a venue for emerging artists, as well as post-war and contemporary art. Wooster Projects is known for its large collection of pop art, including works by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann. In addition to its regular exhibition schedule, Wooster Projects hosts special exhibits and charity events throughout the year. The staff is dedicated to providing its clientele with expertise, guidance, and a full range of services related to the acquisition, consignment, and sale of works of art.

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Chad Attie Jean-Michel Basquiat Gordon Cheung Crash Jim Dine Nat Finkelstein Reece Jones Simon Keenleyside Roy Lichtenstein Claes Oldenburg Matthew Satz Susan Sommer Andy Warhol Tom Wesselmann

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William A. Karges Fine Art

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427 North Canon Drive, Suite 101 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 276 8551 Toll Free 800 884 4022 F 310 276 8551 E kargesla@pacbell.net

6th & Dolores Carmel, CA 93921 T 831 625 4266 Toll free 800 833 9185 F 831 625 9649 E pkraft@kargesfineart.com www.kargesfineart.com

One of the preeminent art dealers in California, William A. Karges Fine Art specializes in early California and American Paintings. With galleries in Carmel and Los Angeles, Karges Fine Art carries one of the most varied, highquality, historically significant inventories of paintings available on the West Coast. The gallery is especially known for its superior level of scholarship and museum-quality publications. Karges Fine Art is also the exclusive representative of Dennis Doheny, considered by many to be the finest realist landscape painter working in California today.

Jessie Arms Botke 1883-1971 Cockatoos Oil and gold on board 24 X 20 inches

Douglas Frazer C 206 369 2139 T 425 455 4417 Richard Waldman C 206 859 9940 T 425 557 4775

The Art of Japan P.O. Box 432 Medina, WA 98039 E info@theartofjapan.com E frazerfineart@gmail.com www.theartofjapan.com www.frazerfineart.com

The Art of Japan Douglas frazer

The Art of Japan is a private, by appointment gallery specializing in Japanese prints, paintings and drawings from mid 18th century to mid 20th century. The Art of Japan, with over 50 years combined experience in Japanese Prints is a member of The Ukiyo-e Dealer’s Association in Japan as well as The International Fine Print Dealer’s Association.

Toyonari,1885-1942 Dancing at the New Carlton Hotel in Shanghai, 1924 Color Woodblock Print 16 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches Privately Published

Sue Ganz Photography

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C. & J. Goodfriend drawings and prints

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61 East 77th Street, 5A New York, NY 10075 T 212 628 9383 F 212 734 9941 E inquiries@drawingsandprints.com www.drawingsandprints.com

P.O. Box 4240 Burbank, CA 91503 T 661 821 0256 F 661 821 0884 E veronica@egenolfgallery.com www.egenolfgallery.com

Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints

Egenolf Gallery specializes in fine Japanese woodblock prints and drawings, including works by the earliest 17th century pioneers of Ukiyo-e to the Shin Hanga and Sosaku Hanga masters of the 20th century. We are pleased to offer interesting designs in exceptional condition over a broad range of prices. Clients include museums, private collectors and dealers in the US, Europe, and Japan. Member of the IFPDA and the Ukiyo-e Dealers Assoc. of Japan. Established 1975.

C. & J. Goodfriend, founded in 1968, is devoted to the research and selling of fine original prints and drawings – old master, 19th and early 20th century, European and American. The list of artists represented in our large inventory numbers over 2000, encompassing every variety of graphic technique. Generalists by design, our particular strengths include Dßrer, Rembrandt, the 16th-century Little Masters, Old Master and 19th Century Drawings, Watercolors and Impressionist and Post Impressionist Prints.

Rembrandt Van Rijn , 1606-1669 Lievens van Coppenol, the Writing Master Etching, drypoint and engraving, ca. 1658 7 5/8 x 10 1/2 inches

Hiroshi Yoshida, 1876-1950 Niagara Falls, 1925 Color woodblock print 9.9 x 14.6 inches

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Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts

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P.O. Box 20546 Stanford, CA 94309 T 650 473 9742 F 650 473 9346 E jbfa20546@yahoo.com

2101 Forest Avenue, Suite 130 San Jose, CA 95128-1424 T 408 446 5287 F 408 446 3462 E lee@mleestonefinepirnts.com www.mleestonefineprints.com

Specializing in 17th through 20th century European and American prints and drawings. Offering works by Goya, Georges Lemmen, Edouard Manet, Charles Maurin, Piranesi, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Rembrandt van Rijn, James Tissot, James A. M. Whistler, and others.

M. Lee Stone Fine Prints, Inc.

We have been assisting collectors who wish to purchase fine American Works of Art on Paper for over 35 years. We specialize in American art from the 1930s and 40s, one of our main interests, and proceed into the 21st century. We have a representative collection of numerous important artists of this period and have a special interest in African American artists. Currently we are featuring Don Freeman’s prints, drawings, and watercolors, celebrating the centennial of his birth.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir L’Enfant au Biscuit 1898-1899 Lithograph in colors Don Freeman,1908-1978 Plights of Stardom, 1935 Color lithograph 14 3/8 x 12 3/8 inches Edition 75

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Tobey C. Moss Gallery

7321 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 933 5523 F 323 933 7618 E tobeymoss@earthlink.net www.tobeycmossgallery.com

Tobey C. Moss Gallery offers prints (etchings, lithographs, screenprints, woodcuts) and drawings (15th-20th c), paintings and sculpture (20th c), with a focus on the artists of Southern California, 1920s-1960s: post-surrealism, abstract classicism, minimalism, hard-edge, assemblage, printmakers of lithography with Lynton Kistler, the Tamarind Lithography Workshop and beyond. Artists include Ruth Asawa, Nicholas P. Brigante, Werner Drewes, Leonard Edmondson, Jules Engel, Rico Lebrun, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, Betye Saar, Emerson Woelffer, and others.

2207 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 T 216 231 8866 F 216 231 8877 C 216 337 0340 E info@vernegallery.com www.vernegallery.com

THE Verne Collection Inc.

The Verne Collection is one of the most important contemporary Japanese print and painting galleries in the world. We have had prints, and paintings on loan to the Metropolitan Museum in New York, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Fogg at Harvard, The Morikami Art Museum, and the Mingei Museum of World Folk Art. The Verne Collection specializes in antique and contemporary Japanese prints, and prints and paintings done by American artists living in Japan. The Verne Collection was established in 1953.

Shinsui Ito, 1898-1972 Snowstorm, 1932 Japanese woodblock print 16.25 x 10 inches

Stanton Macdonald-Wright, 1916-2002 After Shiki: Cruel Heat, my mind in a whirl, I listen to the thunder rumble (from the Haiga portfolio), Color woodcut on rice paper, 1966-67 15 7/8 x 19 3/4 inches, Edition of 50

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Worthington Gallery West By Appointment T 925 997 8133 E wgallerywest@sbcglobal.net www.worthingtongallerywest.com

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Otto Lange Dresden 1879-1944 Sinnliche Begierde, ca. 1920 (Lustful Desire) Color Woodcut 20 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches this page top

Paul Klee Müchenbuchsee bei Bern 1879-1940 Muralto-Locarno Seiltänzer, 1923 (Tight Rope Walker) Color Lithograph 17 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches

737 North Michigan Avenue Suite 1540 Chicago, IL 60611 T 312 266 2424 F 312 266 2461 E worthingtonart@aol.com www.worthingtongallery.com

Worthington Gallery

Worthington Gallery was founded in 1970 by Eva-Maria Worthington, an art historian. The gallery specializes in German Expressionism, Der Blauer Reiter, Bauhaus, Neue Sachlichkeit, etc. Contemporary masters such as Horst Janssen and Michael Triegel are exhibited. Worthington Gallery is a longtime member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) and the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA). Worthington Gallery West, located in Northern California, is directed by Claudia Worthington Hess and specializes in contemporary paintings, works on paper, sculpture, and fine craft.

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Erich Heckel Döbeln 1883-1970 Radolfzell Bildnis E.H., 1917 Portrait E.H. (Self-Portrait) Woodcut 14 3/8 x 11 5/8 inches

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Max Beckmann Leipzig 1884- 950 New York Der Raucher,1916 (Selbstbildnis) The Smoker (Self-Portrait) Drypoint 6 7/8 x 4 15/16 inches

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Ernst Barlach Max Beckmann Heinrich Campendonk Lovis Corinth Otto Dix Lyonel Feinnger Conrad Felixmüller Walter Gramatté George Grosz Erich Heckel Horst Janssen Alexej von Jawlensky Wassily Kandinsky Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Paul Klee

Oskar Kokoschka Käthe Kollwitz Alfred Kubin Otto Lange August Macke Franz Marc Ludwig Meidner Otto Müller Edvard Munch Emil Nolde Max Pechstein Christian Rohlfs Egon Schiele Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Lesser Ury others

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BERT GREEN FINE ART

Edgar Varela Fine Arts

BILLY SHIRE FINE ARTS

2040 India Street San Diego, CA 92101 T 619 696 9699 F 619 696 9799 C 858 205 3739 E info@seminalprojects.com www.seminalprojects.com

102 West 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 T 213 624 6212 (public phone) T 213 842 8574 (direct line) E gallery@bgfa.us www.bgfa.us

542 South Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 T 213 494 7608 E edgar@jungerushgallery www.edgarvarelafinearts.com

5790 Washington Blvd. Culver City, Ca 90232 T 323 297 0600 F 323 297 0601 E info@billyshirefinearts.com www.billyshirefinearts.com

Seminal Projects Gail Roberts, b. 1954 Paperbacks, Oil on canvas 65 x 84 inches

Bert Green Fine Arts Robert Horvath, D. O., 2008 Oil on panel, 45 x 35 inches

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artist index

Artist Index Abbott, Berenice D122 Adams, Charles Partridge B42 Adams, Tracey E142 Agüero, Leopoldo Torres H209 Aguiar, Arturo F161 Ahn, Chul-Hyun G199 Akers, Norman E143 Aldrin, Anders D135 Alexander, Kem E152 Alvarez, Mabel A5 Anderson, Seth E143 Antonova, Olga D136 Appel, Karel B40, H200 Arago, Josep Rierai C103 Archipenko, Alexander C104 Arnautoff, Victor A5 Attie, Chad D128 Avery, Milton C104 Bacon, Francis G191 Bacon, Linda C101 Badessi, Laurent Elie G199 Baeder, John C101, D131 Baker, David Graeme D136 Bakos, Josef B42 Banks, Allan B16 Banks, Holly B16 Bao, Yee Jan H212 Barba, Lluís F161 Barlach, Ernst PF Baron, Hannelore D121 Barragan, Luis H209 Barrett, Bill H200 Bartlett, Bo D135 Barton, Glenys E140 Barton, Ralph C104 Bartow, Rick E143 Bascove D131 Baskin, Leonard C104 Basquiat, Jean-Michel D128 Bauermeister, Michael B50 Bavington, Tim C101 Baxter, Glen E140 Bechtle, Robert C101, D122 Beckmann, Max PF Belson, Joann D123 Benjamin, Karl C100 Bennett, Jerry B50 Benton, Fletcher C103 Berger, Romina F161 202

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Bernhardt, John D135 Berninghaus, Oscar B42 Berrini, Francesca H212 Betts, William E143 Biberman, Edward A5 Binyan, Huang G180 Bischoff, Franz B15 Bisttram, Emil James B42, C104 Bluestone, Rebecca E143 Bluhm, Norman C104, D121 Bo, Zhao G180 Bolin, Liu G180 Borg, Carl Oscar B15 Bortolazzo, Ken D135 Boshier, Derek E140 Botero, Fernando C103 Bothwell, Dorr A5 Botke, Jessie Arms B15 Botts, Gregory D135 Boudin, Eugene B16 Bouguereau, William B16, B20 Boyd & Evans E140 Braque, Georges B40 Braught, Ross B42 Braun, Maurice B15 Brennan, Ryan D122 Breton, Jules B21 Brice, Daniel E143 Brooks, James D121, D122 Brothers, Luo G180 Brown, Christopher D122 Bruton, Margaret A5 Buck , Claude A5 Buff, Conrad B15 Bunnell, Charles Ragland B42 Burchard, Christian B50 Burdeny, David I241 Burges, Michael I241 Burliuk , David Davidovich H200 Burtynsky, Edward E140 Calder, Alexander B40 Campendonk , Heinrich PF Carlin, David B50 Carlson, John Fabian B42 Carlton, Brents A5 Carmean, Harry D135 Cassidy, Gerald B42 Chadwick , Lynn C103 Chagall, Marc B21, B40, G191 Chambers, Stephen E140 Charlot, Jean H200 Cheret, Jules B21

Chessé, Ralph A5 Cheung, Gordon D128 Chia, Sandro D122 Chicago, Judy H200 Chillida, Eduardo C103 Christensen, Dan H200 Clapp, William B15 Clemente, Francesco D122 Clemons, Elizabeth E152 Clergue, Lucien C100 Clivette, Merton C104 Close, Chuck C101, G191 Cogan, Kim D136 Cohen, Bernard E140 Coltro, Davide H212 Cook , Howard B42 Cooley, Lydia D135 Cooper, Alika H212 Cooper, Colin Campbell D135 Corinth, Lovis PF Cornell, Joseph C101 Cornell, Matthew E152 Corot B20 Corot, Camille B21 Corot, Jean B.C. B16 Cortes B40 Cortès, Edouard B16 Courbet, Gustave B20 Couse, E.I. B42 Crash D128 Cruz-Diez, Carl I241 Cuevas, Jose Luis C103 d’Espagnat B20 Dahl-Wolfe, Louise D122 Dann, Frode H200 Danwen, Xing G180 Dasburg, Andrew B42 Daubigny, Charles B20, B21 Daum, Howard H200 Davie, Alan D131 Davis, Ron D131 de Bruycker, Dirk E142 de Erdely , Francis A5 de Forest , Lockwood D135 deFrancesca, Franco I241 deFrancesca, Sophie I241 de Kooning, Willem C104 de Kristo B40 de La Vega, Jorge H209 de Rivera, Jose D122 de Saint Phalle, Niki C101, C103 de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri B21

Delapp, Terry D135 Delaunay, Robert B40 DeLong, Peter E152 Del Ponte, Gabriel F161 Deutsch, Boris A5 di Suvero, Mark C103 Diaz de la Peña, Narcisse B 16, B20, B21 Diebenkorn, Richard C101, D122 Dike, Philip Latimer B42 Dine, Jim C101, D128, G191 Dix, Otto PF Dixon, Maynard B42 Doffo, Juan H209 Donahue, Gayle D131 Dove, Arthur C104 Drangosch, Maria Inés F161 Drewelowe, Eve B42 Drewes, Werner B42 Dubuffet, Jean B40, C101 Dufy, Raoul B40 Dugmore, Edward D121 Dunham, Carroll D122 Dupré, Julien B16 Dzubas, Friedel D122, D131 Eagles, Jordan H212 Ecke, Paul E142 Eckert, Tom B50 Edden, Jane E140 Ehrlich, Ron H200 El-Bermani, Alia E. D135 Ellis, Fremont B42 Erickson, Dale D122 Erlebacher, Martha Mayer D135 Escher, M.C. G191 Estes, Richard C101 Etienne B40 Evans, John D136 Falkenstein, Claire C100 Fan, Yu G180 Favory, André H200 Fechin, Nicolai B42 Feinnger, Lyonel PF Feitelson, Lorser B15, C100 Felixmüller, Conrad PF Ferguson, Max D136 Fine, Pearl D122 Finkelstein, Nat D128 Fischl, Eric D123 Fish, Janet H200 Fisher, Anya D135 Flack , Audrey H200 Fleming, Ron B50

Fonseca, Harry E143 Forbes, Helen A5 Forstmann, Eric D123 Francis, Jon D135 Francis, Sam B40, C101, D121, D122 G191, H200 Frankenthaler, Helen C101 Frost, John B15 Fulop, Karoly A5 Gaddis, Gloria E142 Gale, Don D136 Gao, Yuan H212 Garrett, John J. E143 Gaudin, Bolivar H209 Gavencky, Frank B42 Gay, August B15 Gerrity, John Emmett A5 Ghidinelli, Karim G199 Giannini, Ugo B16 Gibbons, John E140 Gile, Selden B15 Gilhooly, David C104 Gizeli, Kleio E140 Gleason, Jimi H200 Goings, Ralph C101 Gold, Betty E142 Goldberg, Michael D121 Goncharova, Natalia H200 Gonschior, Kuno I241 Gordin, Sidney D135 Gorky, Arshile C104 Gottlieb, Adolph C104 Gowen, Robin D135 Goya, Francisco C104 Gramatté, Walter PF Gray, Percy B15 Greene, Daniel D136 Gren, Nils A5 Gropper, William H200 Gross, Julie D122 Grosz, George PF Gurvich, Jose H209 Hagedorn, Edward C104 Haines, Richard D135 Hamlin, Edith A5 Harcoff, Lyla D135 Haring, Keith G191 Harpe, Sophie A5 Harris, Gregory F. B16 Harwood, June C100 Haussmann, Bernd E142 Heckel, Erich PF

Hélion, Jean H200 Hempel, Wes H200 Hendler, Maxwell D121 Hennings, Ernest Martin B42 Henry, John E152 Hicks, Nicola E140 Higgins, Victor B42 Hills, Anna B15 Hinkle, Clarence B15 Hirneisen, Sarah H212 Hirst, Damien G191 Hlito, Alfredo H209 Hockney, David C101, D122, D131, G191 Holt, Lisa & Reano, Harlan E143 Hondius, Gerrit H200 Horn, Robyn B50 Hosaluk , Michael B50 Howard, John Langley A5 Howson, Peter E140 Hoyer, Todd B50 Hughes, Patrick E140 Hughes, Susan E152 Hunter, William B50 Ideal, Phillis E143 Jackson, Robert D136 Jacot, Don C101 Jacque, Charles B21 James, Claerwen E140 Janssen, Horst PF Jenkins, Paul C104 Jian, He G180 Jianguo, Sui G180 Jie, Pu G180 Johns, Jasper D122, D123, G191 Johnson, Frank Tenney B42 Johnston, Keith H200 Jones, Lucy E140 Jones, Reece D128 Jonson, Raymond B42 Juchtmans, Jus I241 Kádár, Béla C100 Kalish, Michael G191 Kandinsky, Wassily D122, PF Kapoor, Anish D122 Kassan, David D136 Katz, Alex C101 Keane, John E140 Keenleyside, Simon D128 Kellogg, Edward E152 Kelly, Ellsworth G191 Kent, Ron B50 Khan, Siddiq E143 203


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Kindler, Judith E142 Kirby, John E140 Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig PF Kirkland, Vance B42 Klee, Paul PF Kleeman, Ron C101 Kleitsch, Joseph B15 Knight, Daniel Ridgway B16 Knight, Louis Aston B16 Koerner, WHD D135 Kokoschka, Oskar PF Kollwitz, Käthe PF Kosa, Jr., Emil B15 Krasnow, Peter A5 Krauze, Perla E142 Krémègne, Pinchus H200 Krimmer, Bebe E143 Kubach and Kropp E142 Kubin, Alfred PF Kuhn, John B16 Kuhn, Walt A5 Kun B40 Kung, Irene E143 Labaudt, Lucien A5 Laloue, Eugene Galien B16 Laloue, Galien B40 Landfield, Ronnie H200 Lane, Betty D135 Lange, Otto PF Lanskoy, Andre B40 Latham, Barbara B42 Latven, Bud B50 Laugé, Achille B20 Layport, Ron B50 Le Corbusier B40 Léger, Fernand B40 Lentulov, Aristarkh H200 Levinson, Diana D123 Levitan, Isaak H200 Lewis, Tim E140 Lewitt, Sol D122 Lhermitte, Leon B21 Li, Zheng G180 Lichtenstein, Roy B40, C101, D128, G191 Lijun, Xiong G180 Linssen, Jennifer Falck B50 Lissitzky, El H200 Loir, Luigi B20 Loiseau, Gustave B20 Lomayesva, Gregory E142 Longo, Robert G191 Lubitch, Osip H200 204

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Luce, Maximilien H200 Lundeberg, Helen C100 Lutz, Dan D135 Macke, August PF Madriz, Lucía F161 Magariños D., Victor H209 Magritte, René B40 Mailland, Alain B50 Malhi, Kuldeep G199 Mangold, Julia D122 Manzu, Giacomo C103 Marc, Franz PF Marca-Relli, Conrad D122 Marchosky, Jacob M. G199 Marsh, Diane E143 Marsh, Reginald C104 Martin, Ryan H212 Martinez, Alfredo Ramos B15 , C100 Martorell, Maria H209 Mason, Emily H200 Mastromatteo, Anthony D122 Mathis, Lawrence E152 Matisse, Henri B21 Matta, Roberto B40, C103, C104 Mattera, Joanne D122 Matulka, Jan B42 Mayhew, Nell Brooker D135 McGlynn, Casey E152 McKie B40 McKinley, Tom C101 McLaughlin, John C100 McNulty, Dennis H212 Meidner, Ludwig PF Meissonier, Jean-Louis-Ernest B20 Mele, Juan H209 Mele, Martin F161 Mendjisky, Serge B40 Meniel, Bertrand C101 Merrild, Knud A5 Messick , Ben D135 Metzinger, Jean B40 Meyer, Harding I241 Mieczkowski, Ed H200 Miguez, Cecilia C100 Mills, Steve D136 Miltchev, Milen I241 Minjun, Yue G180 Miró, Joan B21, B40, G191 Moore, Henry B40, C103 Moore, William B50 Mora, Jeremy H212 Morales, Armando C103

Morang, Alfred Morawetz, Gabriela Moses, Forrest Motherwell, Robert Mottram, John Mu Jun Mucha, Alphonse Müller, Otto Munch, Edvard Munier, Emile Murakami, Takashi Murray, Elizabeth Myers, Marcia Nagel, Andres Naranjo-Morse, Nora Natkin, Robert Nava, John Nelson, John Randall Nelson, R. Kenton Neri, Manuel Nevelson, Louise Newcombe, Warren Nicholas, Simon Nichols, Ann Nimoy, Leonard Nöger, Udo Noland, Ken Nolde, Emil Nordfeldt, B.J.O. Oldenberg, Claes Oldfield, Helen Clark Oldfield, Otis Oliveira, Nathan Opie, Julian Oretsky, Barry Ortlieb, Ruth Powers Osuga, Jiro Park , David Parsons, Scottie Patterson, Gay Payne, Edgar Alwin Payne, Freya Pechstein, Max Pelton, Agnes Peng, Chi Peng, Lu Perkins, Flo Perko, Angela Peters, Charles Rollo Peterson, Denis Peterson, George Peterson, Michael

B42 G199 H200 C101, D121 A5 G180 B21 PF PF B16 G191 D122 E142 C103 E143 H200 D135 E142 D135 D122 C103 A5 D136 E152 C100 E142 C101 PF H200 D128, D131 A5 A5 D122 C101 B16 A5 E140 H200 H200 E142 B15, B42 E140 PF B15 G180 G180 E143 D135 B15 D131 B50 B50

Phillips, Bert Geer Phillips, Tom Pho, Binh Piasta, Frank Picasso, Pablo B21, B40, C104, Pitcher, Hank Plake, Gunnar Polesello, Rogelio Polidori, Robert Pollitt, Harry Popova, Lyubov Sergeyevna Pottorf, Darryl Pousette-Dart, Richard Puigaudeau, Fernand Puni, Ivan Albertovich Puthuff, Hanson Pyke, Steve Quin, Carmelo Arden Raphael, Joseph Rauschenberg, Robert D122, Rebay, Hilla Redmond, Granville Reed, Doel Reese, Brandon Reiffel, Charles Reihel, Ron Reindel, Edna Remahl, Frederick Rembold, Marc Renoir, Pierre-Auguste Rich, John Hubbard Rich, Michael Rider, Arthur Grover Rivers, Larry Robbe, Manuel Robertson, Carol Roca, Junn Rohlfs, Christian Romero, Armando Rose, Guy Rosenbloom, David Ruddell, Gary Ruscha, Ed C101, D122, Russell, Charles Marion Saint Phalle Sally Swatland Sandorfi, Istvan Sandzén, Birger Sardi, Carolina Satz, Matthew Savrasov, Alexei Scarlett, Rolph

B42 E140 B50 I241 G191 D135 E143 H209 E140 B50 H200 D123 D121 B20 H200 B15 E140 H209 B15 D123 D122 B15 B42 E142 B15 G191 A5 D135 I241 B21 B15 D122 B15 D123 B21 E140 B16 PF C103 B15 F161 D136 D123 B42 B40 B16 B40 B42 G199 D128 H200 H200

Schaller, Jeff D122 Scheiber, Húgo C100 Schiele, Egon PF Schierenberg, Tai-Shan E140 Schleeter, Howard B42 Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl PF Schmitz-Schmelzer, Harald I241 Schnier, Jacques A5 Schumann, Regine I241 Scoggins, Michael D122 Scully, Sean D122 Seibert, Inez Helen C104 Serisawa, Sueo A5 Serra, Richard D122 Sharp, Joseph Henry B42 Shore, Henrietta B15 Sicilia, Jose Maria C103 Siegler, Kathryn D122 Silton, Lee E142 Silva, Carlos H209 Simpson, Rose B. E143 Siquier, Pablo H209 Slater, Miriam D135 Slaughter, Tom D122 Slentz, Jack B50 Slinkard, Rex A5 Slonem, Hunt E142 Smith, Jack R. D135 Smith, Richard E140 Smulka, Steve D136 Sokolis, Michael D135 Solmssen, Kurt D122 Sommer, Susan D128 Sorolla, Joaquin B20 Sprung, Sharon D136 Sprunt, Vera E142 Stackpole, Ralph A5 Stamos, Theodoros C104 Staprans, Raimonds H200 Staudt, Klaus I241 Stella, Frank B40, D123 Storer, Inez D131 Strasburg, Nicole D135 Sultan, Donald D122, G191 Sunday, Pamela E142 Survage, leopold B40 Sutton, Trevor E140 Tait, Renny E140 Tamayo, Rufino C100 Tate, Tim G199 Teutsch, János Mattis C100 Thiebaud, Wayne C101, C103, D122, G191

Tissot, James Tracy, Jay Triggvadottir, Nina Troyon, Constant Tucker, W. Urruty, Joël Ury, Lesser Usrey, Frank Vaadia, Boaz Valdés, FJ Valtat, Louis Van Horn, Lucretia Van Rijn, Rembrandt B21, Vasarely, Victor Vedder, Sarah Vesery, Jacques Vidar, Frede Vinci, Mark Vollmer, Grace Libby von Jawlensky, Alexej Wachs, Gretchen Wachtel, Elmer Wachtel, Marion Kavanagh WalkingStick , Kay Wall, Brian Wallis, Danielle Giudici Ward, Shiba Warhol, Andy C 101, D122, D128, Warshaw, Howard Weeks, James Weeks, Stephen Cone Wei, Li Weldon, Barbara Wendt, William Wenling, Chen Werfel, Gina Wesley, John Wesselmann, Tom C101, Whitehorse, Emmi Wight, Frederick Winters, Terry Wintersberger, Lambert Maria Wright, Stanton Macdonald Wright, Stephen Xiaogang, Zhang Yeates, Steve Yuan, S.C. Zadkine, Ossip Zakheim, Bernard Zener, Eric Zhengjie, Feng

B21 E143 D122 B21 D131 B50 PF E152 D123 F161 B20 A5 D122 B40 D135 B50 A5 E142 D135 PF E143 B15 B15 E143 E140 H212 D135 G191 D135 H200 I241 G180 C103 B15 G180 D122 C104 D128 E143 C100 D122 C103 A5 D136 G180 G199 B15 B40 A5 D136 G180

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has prompted the Los Angeles Art Show to offer the organizers of Supersonic 2009 space in their new home at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Brian J. Marrier

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C.M. Venice McCurdy

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Calico Brown

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Carrie Maseredjian

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Cate Roman

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Catherine Wagley

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Charles Logan

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Chelsea Hertford Taylor

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Chris Shelby

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Introduction

Christian Cummings

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School Statements

Christina Pierson

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Christine Frerichs

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Clare Parry

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Cristina Quagliata

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Crossman Lyons Wilkins

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Delmy Kennedy

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Elizabeth Folk

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Esteban Martinez

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Gianna Vargas

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Gina Stepaniuk

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The Organizers of Supersonic 2009 would like to thank: Daneva Dansby, Kim Martindale, Lilla Hangay, Nici Cuellar, Jay Merryweather, Anne Hieronymus, Gianna Vargas, the Exhibition Committee (Keith Bormuth, Anthony Carfello, Elizabeth Folk, Greg MacLaughlin, Clare Parry, Gina Stepaniuk, and Alison Walker), as well the following individuals from the participating programs: Art Center College of Design – Jeremy Gilbert Rolfe, Chair, Amy Blumenthal, Media Relations

Supersonic 2009 Supersonic 2009 is an exhibition featuring artworks of all media from nearly 80 artists, presented by M.F.A. candidates from the following institutions: Art Center College of Design, Claremont Graduate University, Otis College of Art and Design, University of California – Riverside, University of California – San Diego, University of California – Santa Barbara, and University of Southern California. Now in its fourth incarnation, Supersonic 2009 provides an outstanding opportunity for Southern California’s M.F.A. students to share culturally significant contributions with the region’s artistic community, as well as a dialogue with each other. Supersonic’s presence at the Los Angeles Art Show showcases Southern California’s tradition for producing emerging artists and illustrates how the concentration of innovative institutions of higher learning and groundbreaking graduate fine arts programs have aided in solidifying the region’s reputation as a world leading, creative center. The first Supersonic was held at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Supersonic 2005 moved to the L.A. Design Center in South Los Angeles; and, Supersonic 2006 was on display at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park. The public success of these three exhibitions

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Claremont Graduate University – Claremont Graduate University Art Department and Alumni Relations, David Pagel Otis College of Art and Design – Roy Dowell, Annetta Kapon, John Gordon, Sammy Hoi, and the Graduate Fine Arts faculty University of California – Riverside – Amir Zaki, Jim Isermann, Tala Martinez, Tina Mendoza, and the entire graduate faculty.

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University of California, Riverside Claremont Graduate University University of California, San Diego

University of Southern California – Harry W. and Mary M. Anderson, Richard Dewey, Putter Pence, Gayle Garner Roski and Dean Ruth Weisberg for their ongoing support of the MFA Program of the USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Fine Arts

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University of California, Santa Barbara

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University of Southern Califonia

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University of California – San Diego – Jennifer Pastor and the Graduate Visual Art Department University of California – Santa Barbara – Colin Gardner, Professor of Art, Chair of UCSB Art Department, Jane Callister, Professor of Art, Faculty Advisor, Graduate Committee Chair, Yumi Kinoshita, Graduate Advisor, Harry Reese, Professor of Art, Graduate Committee, Lisa Jevbratt, Associate Professor of Art, Graduate Committee, Joel Sherman, Print, Photo, 2-D Digital Technician, Official Vision Questers

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Artists

Alejandro Casazi

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Glenna Jennings

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Alison Walker

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Greg MacLaughlin

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Amanda Keller-Konya

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Gretchen Mercedes-Gordon

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Amy Mauck

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Heather Carroll

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Ana Rodriguez

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Jacob Butts

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Andrew Borrego

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Jae Wan Choi

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Anne Hieronymus

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James A. Enos

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Anne Seltzer

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Jay Merryweather

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Anthony Carfello

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Jennifer Shimatsu

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Jorge Omar Pimienta Ramirez

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Ryan Schwartzkopf

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Julia Westerbeke

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Sean Finegan

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Julienne Hsu

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Susannah Bielak

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Kael Greco

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Wendy Johnston

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Karen Chu

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William Ransom

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Kate McPeak

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Yoshie Sakai

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Ko Hye Hyung

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Kristen Foster

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Kyuryee Kim

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Laurence McNamara

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Lee Lynch & Lee Anne Schmidt

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Leia Jervert

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Linda Valenzuela Quakenbush

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Lindsay Lacewell Kessner

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Marla Vonettenberg

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Matthew Ashjian

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Matt Coors

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Matthew Warren

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Matt Sheridan

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Micha Cรกrdenas

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Michael Parker

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Nathan Heyden

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Nico Herbst

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Nina Laurinolli

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Nu Ree Kim

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Rachel Warkentin

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Rebecca Goldstein

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Robert Becraft

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Roni Feldman

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Founded in 1987, The Graduate Art Program at Art Center College of Design is an interdisciplinary program run by and for artists. The core faculty tries to run the program they would like to have attended if it had existed when they were students. People in our program work in various mediums: film, painting, photography, performance, installation, and sculpture. The program has produced a number of alumni who have achieved national and international recognition including such notables as Sterling Ruby, Diana Thater, Jennifer Steinkamp, and T.J. Wilcox. Graduate Studies, Art Art Center College of Design 950 S. Raymond Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 626-396-4222 www.artcenter.edu

The Graduate Fine Arts program at the Otis College of Art and Design encourages young artists to think critically and challenge exsisting modes of expression. The program is here represented by: Anthony Carfello, Kristen Foster, Wendy Johnson, Amanda Keller-Konya, Nina Laurinolli, Brian J. Marrier, Christina Qualiata, Linda Valenzuela Quakenbush, Ana Rodriguez, Matthew Warren, and Crossman Wilkins. Otis College of Art and Design 9045 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045 310-665-6800 www.otis.edu

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The core of the MFA program is independent creative work done in consultation with faculty. MFA students can work in any medium. UCR has facilities for photography, painting, video, digital media and sculpture. Individual graduate studios are provided. Among the Art Department’s distinguished faculty are: John M. Divola, M.F.A.; Jill Giegerich, M.F.A.; Jim Isermann, M.F.A.; Brandon Lattu, M.F.A.; Charles Long, M.F.A.; Erika Suderburg, M.F.A.; Melissa Thorne, M.F.A. and Amir Zaki, M.F.A. Faculty members are active professional artists who have gained wide recognition in their fields and for their teaching. Four faculty members have received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, five have been awarded Guggenheim Fellowships, and all exhibit at international museums and galleries, including the Whitney Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Each year the Department also attracts internationally known visiting artists and scholars who come to UCR to conduct special workshops, seminars, and lectures. Recent presentations have spanned the broad field of art, including sculpture, film, painting, photography, digital art, video, performance, mixed media, installation, curating, and art criticism. UC Riverside Art Department 232 Arts Building University of California, Riverside Riverside, CA 92521-0320 Phone: (951) 827-4634 Fax: (951) 827-2385 http://art.ucr.edu/graduate/index.html

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CGU Art provides the space, the tools, and a rich environment for individual art making and experimentation. Offering MFA and MA degrees in Studio Art, we are an incubator of creativity and thought, where a community of artists and teachers actively engages with culture, addressing the issues and concerns of our time through the making of art objects and experiences. We challenge convention, celebrate individual endeavors, foster collaboration and encourage you to make the art you want to make. The degree requirements are in keeping with the recommendations of the CAA (College Art Association). The MFA Degree is a 60 unit degree accomplished in four semesters. Twenty-four units are required in your studio practice. Eight units are in critical theory, eight units in art history, and four units in writing/thesis. The remaining units are electives. Also required are participation in the first year MFA student and second year MFA student group exhibitions, participation in one discussion group per semester, and a solo MFA thesis exhibition. The Claremont Graduate University admits only graduate students. All energy is directed specifically towards the needs of an advanced level of practice. While faculty and visitors give you the best of their professional expertise, it is a self-motivated program in which you are seen as the center of your own education. Claremont Graduate University 251 East Tenth Street Claremont, CA 91711 Tel.: 909-621-8071

Solidly grounded in an interdisciplinary approach, the visual arts at UCSD are deeply rooted in the concepts of research and development. The Visual Arts Department, one of the most highly ranked art programs within a university in the country, offers Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) across painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, computing in the arts, film, video, photography and criticism; as well as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in art history and a Ph.D./M.A. degree in art and media history, theory and criticism. The Visual Arts program is uniquely situated within one of the greatest research institutions in the country. Its interdisciplinary ethos and tradition of innovation and risk-taking underlie the educational environment at UCSD. While students may choose to focus within one particular area, they are encouraged to push the boundaries of their chosen medium and to reach across media-specific boundaries into new forms of art making. Founded by some of the country’s leading artists­ David and Eleanor Antin, Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison, Allan Kaprow, Manny Farber, Harold Cohen­ the Visual Arts Department faculty has evolved to encompass a vibrant range of artists, critics, theorists and historians including Norman Bryson, Rubén OrtizTorres, Lev Manovich, Anya Gallacio, Kyong Park and many others. Faculty and Graduate students routinely develop organic relationships with colleagues in a variety of departments across the university and within the larger community. It is this conversational model that sets the visual arts at UCSD apart.

issues of public culture, trans-nationalism, the border and globalization. Individual research and exploration is complimented by collaborative and public outreach projects. Rather than being sequestered in their studios, students at all levels are expected to actively engage with the Department, as well as the larger campus and regional art communities. Students must be able to write and speak about their work and the work of others. Art history and critical theory influence the art practice of studio artists, and conversely, art history/critical theory majors and Ph.D. students may be deeply engaged with issues of contemporary art practice. The faculty in the Department’s newly established Ph.D. program teach in areas ranging from antiquity to the renaissance, from the Rococo paintings of Watteau to the most cutting edge digital media. In addition to an emphasis on Latin American Art (from the pre-Columbian period to the twentiethcentury) the program has a critical mass of scholars working in modern and contemporary art and media history ­a rarity in conventional graduate art history departments. The program offers a unique intellectual environment in which exchange and dialogue across disciplinary boundaries within art history and between art practitioners, historians and critics, is openly encouraged. UC San Diego 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA 92093 858-534-2230 visarts.ucsd.edu

Artists at UCSD take advantage of a large megalopolis stretching from Los Angeles across the border to Tijuana. New efforts in the Department address

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Charles Logan, CGU Untitled (IM), 2008  Acrylic on canvas  71” x 42”

The University of California, Santa Barbara’s MFA graduate program is an intense two-year course of study emphasizing interdisciplinary approaches to art making. Students’ interdisciplinary and intermedia practice may include the following areas: Painting, Drawing, Photography, Print & Book Arts, Digital Media and Electronics, Visualization, Sculpture & Spatial Studies, and Theory & Criticism. The program includes formal studio courses, graduate seminars in theory and criticism, studio critique, and independent study. The program focuses on the personal growth of students in their pursuit of careers as dedicated, professional artists. UCSB Department of Art Room 1316, Building 534 Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7120 805-893-3138 Fax: 805-893-7206 www.arts.ucsb.edu

A secret filtered through relationships,  friendships, and acquaintances, each  containing only a fragment of the truth. 

The USC Roski School of Fine Arts Master of Fine Arts is a two-year, full-time professional degree in the practice of art, preparing students to pursue careers as professional artists. The small size of the MFA program, limited to 16 students, allows for an exceptionally individual experience that includes a spacious, private studio and the opportunity to gain classroom experience in undergraduate art courses either as a teaching assistant or a studio assistant.

chukky54@gmail.com 

The Graduate Core faculty includes Sharon Lockhart, Jud Fine, Andrea Zittel, Charlie White, and Frances Stark. The Dean of The Roski School of FIne Arts is Ruth Weisberg. USC Roski School of Fine Arts Watt Hall 104. University Park Campus Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292. 213-740-2787

Anne Seltzer, CGU Rocket City Kindergarten­, 2008 Acrylic on canvas 60” x 40” I work with ordinary objects, abstracting them as they take on unome activated in humorous unexpected juxtapositions. anneseltzerart@yahoo.com www.artworkgal.com

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Greg MacLaughlin Art Center Suspended Fragmentation No. 2, 2008 Steel, wood scraps and formica 10’ x 13’ x 4’

C.M. Venice McCurdy, CGU The books I have Read, 2008 Red book and space 5” x 5’8” x 5’8” I would rather make than buy things. Focusing on books, which come from the institution of education and share an aged duality of beauty and cruelty. I am destroying in a constructive way.

gmaclaughlin@gmail.com

Venicedoll@rocketmail.com

Amy Mauck, CGU Catherine Wagley, CGU Sweetness, 2008 Tissue paper and fabric Our collaboration, Sweetness, is about whether light pastels and distended reds can have equal agency—or any agency at all—in a hierarchy that values reticence.  amy.mauck@cgu.edu cgwagley@gmail.com

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Alison Walker, UCR Untitled, rotating display cases 2008 Wood, metal, display cases by Gene Conner, motors 64” x 73” x 22” x1875@hotmail.com 217


Glenna Jennings, UCSD and that’s how the sun will be shining then, from RASKOLNIKOV, 2008 Inkjet print 20” x 30”

Calico Brown, UCSB Untitled, 2008 Inkjet print 30”X40” Sublety, loose ends, poverty, anthropology, hijinks, swap meets, creek beds, folk art, superstition-these are all things I speculate upon visually.

Glenna Jennings’ photographic series RASKOLNIKOV investigates the unlikely cross sections among high school cheerleaders, private space and Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment.

calicobelle@cox.net

www.glennajennings.com glenna@compactspace.com

Christina Pierson, CGU Portal, 2008 Video and Light Installation 37’ x 24’ I make work that explores the synthesis of perception and the process of constructing reality. I strive to visualize the complex web of boundaries, intersections, and filters visual information must pass through before and after it reaches our eyes. www.christinapierson.com christinapierson@gmail.com

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Linda Valenzuela Quakenbush Otis  Glass Lake (Chelsea)  2008  mixed media on canvas 30” x 41”  lvq12@hotmail.com  

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Matt Sheridan, Art Center Disinformation Breakdown 2008 Multichannel video installation with cell phone soundtrack 18’ x 72’ anipunx@mindspring.com

Ana Rodriguez, Otis  Untitled  Acrylic and oil on canvas  24” x 18”    adrig81@hotmail.com 

Elizabeth Folk, UCSB Glory Spa, 2008 Performance Dimensions variable I made this for you. www.elizabethfolk.com spaceshaper@gmail.com

Chris Shelby, CGU Reflection 2008 Pastel on Paper 31”x 50” cashelby@charter.net 220

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Amanda Keller-Konya, Otis Untitled (1) from “Specimens from North America’s Most Polluted River” 2008 Mixed media installation with cell phone soundtrack 8.5” x 4” x 4” www.amandakeller-konya.com info@amandakellerkonya.com

Anne Hieronymus, CGU jack sprat could eat no fat his wife could eat no lean, 2008 Paper, cardboard, wood, felt, wire, and party decorations 84” x 54” x 40” ahieron@gmail.com

Clare Parry, UCSD A New Ornament, 2008 Acrylic and oil on canvas 4’ x 5’ www.clareparry.com c.e.parry@gmail.com Rebecca Goldstein, CGU Fall, 2008 Oil on panel 23” x 9.5” x 3.5” My work is about the span of a landscape where bubbles exist. rebeccagoldstein@msn.com

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Kyuryee Kim, Art Center The Room of Hunger, 2008 Oil on linen 36” x 46”

Stasis is death.

By channeling back and forth through the visible and invisible world, everything finally becomes the “one.” As I repeat the act of detailing patterns and lines, my independent position slowly fades, become ambiguous, and finally disappears.

gyulee100@yahoo.co.kr

Heather Carroll, Art Center Untitled (Nude), 2008 Oil on linen 62” x 49” hzegarra43@yahoo.com

James A. Enos, UCSD Local,2009 Chipboard frame with photograph skin 3 ’ x 8.5 ’ x 2 ’ jenos@ucsd.edu 224

Nu Ree Kim, CGU Stream, 2008 Acrylic and gouache on paper 38” x 56”

nanuree@gmail.com


Gianna Vargas, CGU Spurge, 2007 Acrylic on canvas  54”x 36”

Crossman Lyons Wilkins, Otis Richard Fuld Testifies Before Congress, 2008 Digital print on transparent plastic 60”x 24”

I intend to capture a slow motion collision. The painted surface sustains the visible residue of displaced energy, slows down the process and makes it available for examination.

www.crossmanwilkins.com crossman@crossmanwilkins.com

www.giannavargas.com giannavargas76@yahoo.com

Jae Wan Choi, CGU Compatibility­, 2008 Mixed media 5 ’ x 5 ‘ x 1.5 ‘

NIna Laurinolli, Otis Untitled, 2007 Oil and spray-paint on canvas 48” x 36”

artjaewanchoi@hotmail.com

ninalaurinolli@yahoo.com

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Matthew Warren, Otis Self-portrait l, 2008

Marla Vonettenberg, CGU eat me project: penumbra/ antumbra 2008 Inkjet prints 4 framed pieces 20”x 24”

matt.warren@hotmail.co.uk

The landscape is of global concern and pondering beauty is a human condition. I see my work as a cultural commentary dealing with societal issues of expectation and desire. vonettenberg@gmail.com

Cate Roman, CGU Pacific Valley 11:13 am, 2008  Digital c-print on maple panel 18” x 18” x 2” In the Pacific Valley series, a simple water drop becomes a metaphor for the individual in a complex society. cate.roman@usa.net 228

Micha Cárdenas, UCSD Becoming Dragon, a durational, immersive performance in Second Life, 2008  Performance 12.2 x 8.7 @ 300 dpi 365 hour performance asks if the Real Life Experience requirement for transgender people can be replaced with Second Life Experience. mcardenas@ucsd.edu http://technotrannyslut.com 229


Yoshie Sakai, CGU Strip, 2008 Video installation Dimensions variable Nathan Hayden, UCSB The Cards, 2008 Pen and ink on paper Dimensions Variable

yoshiesakai@hotmail.com www.yoshiesakai.com

Once the data is chronicled, I am free to forget. nathan@alluponthecards.com

Roni Feldman, CGU By Candelight­, 2008 Acrylic on canvas 72” x 95”

Chelsea Hertford Taylor, CGU Sandwich, 2008 Watercolor and acrylic on yupo 51”x 42” hertfordtaylor@gmail.com

Roni Feldman’s airbrushed acrylic paintings of highly constructed crowds blur the line between sacred and profane, utopia and dystopia. Uronmytoe@hotmail.com www.RoniFeldmanFineArt.com

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Jay Merryweather, CGU Common Thomas, the Veteran Cosmic Rocker, 2008 Oil on Bronze 4’x8’ mwxdesign@gmail.com www.jaymerryweather.com

M.REY, Art Center The Lizard, 2008 Burned wood, Neon light 11.5’ x 2’ x 2’ mreymrey@gmail.com

Carrie Maseredjian, UCSB Followed by Millions (Blue and White Series), 2008 Mixed media installation Variable dimensions maserpiece@gmail.com

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Delmy Kennedy, CGU Slang,2008 mixed media 72” X 20” delmykennedy@verizon.net

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Kate McPeak, UCR Untitled (detail), 2008 Watercolor on existing wall 8’ x 2’ Brian J. Marrier, Otis Untitled, 2008

This work is about the overwhelming intensity of the sea. katemcpeak@sbcglobal.net

...it allows the viewer to project their own desires onto an essentially featureless object. www.bmarrier.com brianmarrier@hotmail.com mreymrey@gmail.com

Jacob Butts, CGU p.s. Don’t forget to create the elbow rest and a nice foot rest for the weary traveler; can’t expect enlightenment on the first trip., 2008 poplar, mdf, latex, enamel, and acrylic paint, foam, metal, yarn, felt and a button. 46.5 in x 32 in x 34 in “Feel free to try it out, unless you don’t want to. Thanks!”

Leia Jervert, CGU How the West Was Fun (Left to Right: Maria – A Sampler; Gretl – A Tam-O’-Shanter; and Captain Von Trap – Socks), 2008 Balsa and bass wood, Luan and yarn www.leiajervert.net lmjervert@gmail.com

jake@jacobbutts.net

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Jennifer Shimatsu, Art Center Centripetal, 2008 Oil on Canvas 9’ x 7’

Cristina Quagliata, Otis  Untitled, 2008 

jmshimatsu@yahoo.com

Ryan Schwartzkopf, CGU “You’re the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly,” 2008 starched muslin, acrylic paint, scrap wood, screws 68” x 43” x 66” www.ryanschwartzkopf.com

William Ransom, CGU cutchart/stoneboat, 2008 Wood, steel, stone and rope As depicted 14’x 2.5’x12’ Installation dimensions variable Made using found and reclaimed materials these sculptures derive their form from iconic agricultural imagery and explore personal history, collective memory and lost knowledge. wjransom@hotmail.com

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Esteban Martinez, UCSD Lovemark #2, 2009 C-print 20” x 30” Images prompted by innovations in technology and cyberspace we live in a self-voyeuristic age of marks and residue. estebinbin@hotmail.com

Julienne Hsu, CGU “Storage,” 2008 Oil on canvas 72” x 90”

Kristen Foster, Otis  Untitled, 2008  Ribbon, plaster,  55.5” x 14” x 9.5” 

Julienne Hsu invests in ways to experience a painting with intellectual reason and visual pleasure at the same time. www.juliennehsu.com

www.kristenfosterstudio.com 

Lindsay Lacewell Kessner, Art Center All Over, 2008 Color photographs, tape, glue 3” x 6” llkessner@gmail.com

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Matthew Ashjian, CGU truck rack, 2007 mild steel, powder coat 92”x 50” x 28” I undermine the functionality of useful objects in an attempt to locate the instance when rational action becomes irrational. matt@matthewashjian.com www.matthewashjian.com

Karen Chu, CGU 2008 Mixed media collage on panel 2ft x 5ft

Karen Chu investigates the complexities of formal, communal, and personal relationships through the reappropriation of familiar forms and imagery. www.iamkaren.net

Hyehyung Ko, Art Center Unforeseen Link, 2008 Nylon thread Variable size according to installation “My sculpture is a space experiencing drawing and energy.”

Anthony Carfello, Otis A Series of Clandestine Performances to be Presented at Supersonic

hh1030@hotmail.com www.anthonycarfello.com  

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Laurence McNamara, CGU Portrait # 07, 2008 oil on canvas. 6’ x 6’ My recent work is a visual exploration of fantasy, memory and desire.   www.laurencemcnamara.com laurence.mcnamara@gmail.com

Rachel Warkentin, CGU Negotiations, 2008 egg tempera and oil on panel 24” x 60”

Wendy Johnston, Otis  In the Time of Cupcakes, 2008   (Detail of Installation)  Clay, water, plastic   6’ x 16’ x 19’    My works dialogue with the natural world,  offering an imaginative, exploration aesthetic, while  simultaneously investigating human intervention in their environment.    www.wendyjohnston.com

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Christine Frerichs, UCR Untitled, 2008 Acrylic, oil, activated carbon, spray paint on canvas 50” x 56” Christine Frerichs’ paintings and drawings result from a process of search and thought into impulse, repetition, and the gut. christinefrerichs@yahoo.com

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Sean Finegan, CGU Untitled (Sidewalk), 2008 Mixed media on canvas 72” x 60”

Andrew Borrego, CGU “The air was all scratched up,” 2008 Cardboard, oil paint, bamboo, paper, strapping tape 5’ x 5’ x 5’

My work is about abstracting the isolated & discarded, creating objects that illicit ambivalent responses of attraction and uncertainty.

andrewborrego@gmail.com http://andrewborrego.googlepages.com

seanfinegan@msn.com www.seanfinegan.com

Alejandro Castaño Isaza, UCSB LUNGEN installation, 2008 Dimensions variable LUNGEN is a multimedia performance (sound, dance, drawing, video) conducted by the empathic relation of the breath as main axis.   www.casazi.com casazi@casazi.com

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Robert Becraft, UCSD Untitled, film still, 2008 Xerox, celluloid, plasticizer Dimensions variable   rbecraft@gmail.com

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Gina Stepaniuk, CGU Objects in the Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are, 2008 Oil painting on panel 60” x 72”

Matt Coors, UCSD In the Yard, 2008 digital photo collage 12” x 14” In my work, I often attempt to modify a scenario in order to emphasize the real mystery of its existence.

www.ginastepaniuk.com

mattcoors@gmail.com

Susannah Bielak, UCSD Quake, 2008 Still for video A scientific testing ground becomes a stage. How are things unhinged?

Kael Greco, UCSD 99 Lives, 2008 Hacked SNES Emulator + Games Variable Dimensions

susybielak@gmail.com www.susybielak.com  

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Nico Herbst, UCSD Red Herring, 2008 Video Flat screen Monitor, 6 minutes nherbst@ucsd.edu

Omar Pimienta, UCSD nuestra señora de La Libertad, 2008 photography 36” x 12”

Omar Pimienta Tj-SD, interdisciplinary artist that explores personalgeography, social landscapes, collective and individual histories, and the spaces within/between the imagination and the image. www.omarpimienta.com omarpimienta@hotmail.com

Gretchen Mercedes, UCSD Japan_Mex (ike-jime)_1, 2008 Lambda Print 13.5” x 40”

Gretchen Mercedes photographic and moving images are navigations through time, place and space. Silent and compelling, they address notions of transience, dislocation, sublime, romance and strangeness. gretchenmercedes@gmail.com

Julia Westerbeke, UCSD Menagerie: Genus Unknown, 2008 Ink on paper; ink on Plexiglas; magnifying plastic; resin; hot glue 17 1/2” x 9 1/2” x 16 1/2” juliawesterbeke@gmail.com www.juliawesterbeke.com 

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Lee Lynch and Lee Anne Schmitt, USC Bowers Cave Duration: 16 minutes 16mm, super eight and mini DV Bowers Cave is a ethno-film collage that explores the historical event of the finding of the largest cache of Indian religious objects discovered in the new world. The relics were found in a cave now located in the Chaquita Canyon landfill in Castaic California. The objects are believed to be from a secret Chumash Indian cult that formed after a mission revolt.

Christian Cummings, USC The Erlkönig and His Prose as Fritos Corn Chips, 2008 Plastic, acrylic paint Dimensions: Variable 6” x 2” x 2”

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arts organization 75 South Grand Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 T 626 583 9009 F 626 583 4796 E cac@californiaartclub.org www.CaliforniaArtClub.org

california art club

The historic California Art Club kicks off its centennial celebration with its participation in the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show. Since its founding in 1909, the Club has actively promoted the traditional fine arts of painting, drawing and sculpture with an extensive offering of multi-disciplinary programs and exhibitions. As the Club looks toward its next 100 years, it strives to continue its role as a catalyst for the ongoing dialogue about the merits of traditional arts among artists, art scholars and art enthusiasts.

California Art Club Signature Artist Mian Situ and his daughter Lisa study a sculpture by Greg Polutanovich at the Club’s annual Gold Medal Exhibition held at the Pasadena Museum of California Art.

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arts organization 12095 West Washington Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90066 T 310 313 4278 F 310 313 5575 E cathy@freearts.org www.freearts.org

Free Arts for Abused Children

Free Arts for Abused Children inspires hope in the lives of abused, homeless, and at-risk children through innovative arts programs and positive interactions with caring community volunteers. Our mission is to spark the creative spirit of these children and their families, to transform their lives through the power of artistic expression. The art on display represents the work of the over 26,000 children annually who participate in programs led by volunteers at 40 partner facilities.

Jennifer, 12 Maryvale Residential Facility Believe in Yourself Mixed media on canvas 30 x 40 inches

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arts organization 971 North Altadena Drive Pasadena, CA 91107 T 626 791 9163 E frostigcollection@frostig.org www.thefrostgcollection.org

frostig collection

The Frostig Collection is an ongoing series of small sculptures and works on paper created by well-known artists to fund the Frostig Center’s social skills program for children with learning disabilities, Asperger’s and autism. The Frostig Collection artists are: Charles Arnoldi, Gary Baseman, Larry Bell, Lynda Benglis, Frank Gehry, Robert Graham, Brad Howe, Matt Johnson, Michael C. McMillen, Ed Moses, Gwynn Murrill, Kenton Nelson, Sarah Perry, Ken Price, Nancy Rubins & Alison Saar.

Frank Gehry, American, born 1929 Untitled, 2005, bronze 9 ½ h x 4 ¼ w x 3 ¾ d inches

The Frostig Collection 2005 A boxed set of five small bronze sculptures by Charles Arnoldi, Michael McMillen, Gwynn Murrill, Sarah Perry & Ken Price.

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arts organization 825 North La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90069 T 310 652 8272 F 310 652.9251 E peter@laaa.org www.laaa.org

LOS ANGELES ART ASSOCIATION THE PLACE FOR EMERGING ART Peter Mays | Executive Director

LOS ANGELES ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY 825

December 4, 2008 Eighty-three years ago, the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) changed the conversation about how art could be viewed, appreciated and sustained in Los Angeles.

Dear Arts Enthusiast, On behalf of the Staff, Board of Directors and Artists of the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA), please allow me to express my enthusiasm for the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show presented by the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA). As I welcome this New Year and reflect on LAAA’s 83 year legacy, I’m proud of our pivotal role in the formation of Los Angeles’s arts community. Today, I remain committed to our ongoing mission of providing emerging artists with the experience, education and exposure needed to create and sustain careers in the arts. Our unique status as a non-profit organization provides us with the flexibility for risk-taking beyond what is possible in the commercial gallery system, thereby positioning the organization as a driver of innovative content in Los Angeles. As THE place for emerging art in Los Angeles, LAAA serves as both a feeder resource for the larger art community and a highly visible platform that fosters greater awareness for exciting, emerging artists.

LAAA takes pride in our legacy as a champion of creativity and innovation in our community. In 1925, LAAA’s original trustees (including Harry Chandler, Edward Dickson and William May Garland) responded to the dearth of cultural engagement in Los Angeles by establishing LAAA, thereby creating the opportunity and the expectation that art would have an ongoing role in the cultural life of Los Angeles. Our mission is to support, nurture and develop our region’s emerging artists – helping these artists fulfill their creative promise and ensuring the possibility of their larger contributions to our social fabric and economic vitality.

YaYa Chou,Color Based

Mindful of the huge impact that emerging artists make to all aspects of our quality of life, LAAA believes that emerging artists, even the most non-traditional talents, require access to a professional exhibition space and the career support to expand and realize their singular artistic visions. The successes and expanded services we provide to local artists and art advocates address important needs not confronted by most civic and cultural agencies. By filling this need LAAA has developed into an essential resource for Los Angeles’ emerging artists. While our participation at the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show is certainly one of the highlights of our 2009 programming, I would like to extend a personal invitation for you to join us at Gallery 825 on La Cienega Boulevard on January 31 (6-9pm) for the opening reception of My New Country an important exhibition juried by LACMA’s Rita Gonzalez. For more information on LAAA’s exhibitions and programming, please visit www. laaa.org or call us at 310.652.8272. Finally, a sincere nod of appreciation to Kim Martindale and the FADA Board of Directors for sharing the belief that emerging artists can and do make lasting impacts on the cultural and economic life of our shared community.

Sophia Allison, Untitled (clusters) Dan Monteavaro, David Third Ave A

Having launched the careers of many high-profile artists, today LAAA continues to play a central role in the Los Angeles arts community by providing local artists and the public with exceptional exhibitions and programs, as well as a forum for exchange and education through lectures, workshops and networking opportunities. LAAA is a crucial community resource in Southern California that functions as the standard for peer-to-peer learning and ongoing networking for emerging artists. Our work as a mission-driven 501c3 non-profit arts organization sustains a vibrant artist community that puts the obligation for managing knowledge and access in the hands of the art makers. Throughout the years, Los Angeles Art Association has experienced its share of evolution, but never lost sight of one nonnegotiable principle—its commitment to support emerging Southern California artists in our shared community.

Enjoy the Show!

Eighty-three years later, it’s time to change the conversation again.

Peter Mays Executive Director

LOS ANGELES ART ASSOCIATION IGNITING INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY FOR OVER 80 YEARS

Gallery 825/Main Administrative Offices | 825 North La Cienega Boulevard | Los Angeles, CA 90069 | phone: 310.652.8272 | fax: 310.652.9251 | www.laaa.org

Niku Kashef, Great Escape James Thegerstrom and Heather Scholl, Span

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arts organization 4918 West 132nd Street Hawthorne, CA 90250 T 213 891 4468 www.laprintmakers.com

LOS ANGELES PRINTMAKING SOCIETY

THE LOS ANGELES PRINTMAKING SOCIETY

A NATIONAL NON-PROFIT CORPORATION DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF MAKERS AND COLLECTORS OF FINE PRINTS

John Greco, Untitled Photoetching, 25 x 21 inches

January 2009 Dear Art Lovers and Patrons, On behalf of the board and over four hundred members of The Los Angeles Printmaking Society, please allow me to welcome you to the Los Angeles Art Show presented by the Fine Art Dealers Association. We are honored to participate in this year’s Art Show and acknowledge the efforts of all involved in this great event. The Los Angeles Printmaking Society (LAPS) is a non-profit organization with a forty-year history of supporting printmaking through education, exhibitions and by making resources available to artists, art collectors and the general public. Founded and focused in Southern California with artist members across North America, our membership is a true cross section of the diverse and energetic range of contemporary printmaking. Since 1973, LAPS has organized The Los Angeles National Printmaking Exhibition as a biennial overview of the latest work from both the celebrated professional presses of Los Angeles and artists working across the continent. It is one of the largest, longest running print biennials in the nation. In 2009 the organization will be focusing on our 20th National Exhibition. It will be held at the Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park from October 30th through December 29th with Peter Frank as juror. To mark this major anniversary we are excited to develop a program that is a both a celebration of our past while we look forward to our future. For more information on LAPS and printmaking, I encourage you to visit our booth where we will be presenting artist demonstrations from professional artists and printers from the Los Angeles area and an exhibition of prints from our members. After the Art Show we encourage you to visit our website, www.laprintmakers.com

I look forward to meeting you,

Jennifer D. Anderson President The Los Angeles Printmaking Society

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The Los Angeles Printmaking Society began in 1962, when two Los Angeles artists decided to take things into their own hands. Aware of how little most artists and collectors knew about printmaking, Connor Everts and Paul Darrow set out to popularize printmaking through education and quality print-related exhibitions. Joined by artists Leonard Edmondson, June Wayne, Ynez Johnston, Guy MacCoy and Dick Swift, the Los Angeles Printmaking Society was formed with the support of the newly formed Los Angeles Arts Commission and Ebria Feinblatt, then Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Los Angeles County Museum. Now a National Non-Profit with over four hundred members, the Los Angeles Printmaking Society is still unwavering in its mission to promote printmaking. With a fifteen-member board, focused in the greater Los Angeles area, LAPS serves as a resource for artists throughout North America extending information and providing exhibition opportunities not only in Los Angeles, but also in Ireland, Korea, France, Great Britain, Sweden, Norway, and other locations. In 2008, LAPS had exhibitions at the California Center Museum in Escondido, The Craft and Folk Art Museum and the LA Artcore Brewery Annex Gallery, as well as continuous virtual exhibitions in our member’s on-line gallery. In 2009, LAPS will be holding its 20th National Print Exhibition. Returning to the site of the first National, the Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park, the exhibition will highlight the work of contemporary print artists across North America as well as the presses of Southern California while also reflecting back on the rich history and promising future of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society.

Sarah Pavsner, Centrifugal Man, 12 x 17 inches, Embellished embossment from linoleum block

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arts organization 101 West 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 T 213 689 7799 E rebecca@pharmaka-art.org www.pharmaka-art.org

PHARMAKA

PHARMAKA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to building a creative and sustainable community in Downtown Los Angeles through contemporary art exhibitions and cross cultural programming.

Installation shot from Love at First Sight: The Molly Barnes’ Collection, Summer 2008

New Mythologies, 2009

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arts organization 1328 Second Street Santa Monica, CA 90401 T 310 439 3881 E carolyn@stepuponsecond.org www.stepuponsecond.org

                     January 21, 2009      If only you could see the courage, dignity, strength, and ability of each individual who  has a mental illness, you’d know their humanity, their talents, and skills. Step Up on Second  and Daniel’s Place is very proud to partner with the 14th Annual Los Angeles Art Show at the  Los Angeles Convention Center to help bring people who have a mental illness back into the  community of their fellow artisans.      Founded in 1984 and located in Santa Monica, Step Up on Second and Daniel’s Place  promote recovery and self‐determination by providing Help, Hope, and a Home. We are deeply  committed to increasing public understanding and acceptance of mental illnesses such as  schizophrenias, bi‐polar disorder, and major depression. The opening of two new permanent  housing facilities, increased outreach impact, and the expansion of partnerships with additional  communities clearly evidences how Step Up on Second is meeting the expressed needs of the  community.       Part of the progressive services offered at Step Up on Second is our dynamic Art  program. Through Art, we experience that we are all part of one community.  The Step Up on  Second artists exhibiting here this weekend are defined by their artistic talent, not their  diagnosis. Underscoring this point is an important step in erasing the stigma and  misinformation associated with mental illnesses. One of the biggest hurdles we face is the lack  of community understanding and knowledge, coupled with the archaic, deeply rooted  stereotypes that take ongoing commitment and continuing action to change.     Join us as advocates in making a powerful difference in the lives of our member artists,  in the education of the community, and in support of the Arts this weekend! Visit and enjoy our  exhibit at the Step Up on Second booth, generously contributed by the LA Art Show. You are  invited to view and purchase the remarkable original artwork you will find there. 100% of the  purchase price goes directly to the exhibiting artists.        To learn more about additional ways you can be actively involved with Step Up on  Second, please email carolyn@stepuponsecond.org or visit www.stepuponsecond.org.  Resources, volunteers, and your support make everything possible. Thank you for your vitally  important interest and involvement this weekend – it is greatly appreciated!        Sincerely, 

step up ON second

The Art program of Step Up on Second is an integral part of the wellness and recovery services offered to people who have a mental illness. These paintings were an exciting part of ART HEALS 2008, Step Up on Second’s exhibit and sale held each year in Santa Monica. The original work on exhibit at the LA Art Show is created by artists who are defined by their talent, not their diagnosis. Founded in 1984, Step Up on Second helps bring artists who have a mental illness back into the community of their fellow artisans.

New Orleans, Mixed media on paper

The Rain of Tears, Acrylic on canvas

   Tod Lipka   CEO & President 

Study in Balance, Acrylic on paper

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arts organization 315 West Ninth Street, Suite 806 Los Angeles, CA 90015 T 213 629 ARTS (2787) www.rymanarts.org

Dear Friends, We are delighted to join you at the 2009 Los Angeles Art Show, as we present the art of our students, alumni, and our namesake, artist Herbert D. Ryman. As a passionate supporter of the arts, you know the power of art. Ryman Arts offers teens with tremendous potential the support and training they need to create art that matters. Ryman Arts transforms lives. Not just the lives of the students we teach and mentor, although that is our core mission. All of us are transformed by the art created by this new generation of artists. We can’t help but be moved by their keen focus and unique vision of the world. Indeed it is their talent that will fuel the creative industries and grace the walls of our galleries and museums in the future. Ryman Arts provides a unique pre-professional studio training program for artistically talented youth from throughout southern California, grounded in the fundamental skills of observation-based drawing and painting. Despite our growth since 1990, too many talented youth still do not receive the advanced art instruction and guidance they need to succeed. By 2011, Ryman Arts intends to add additional instructional sites to serve 1,000 young artists in our core programs, initiate a national residential summer institute for artistic youth, and collaborate with more community resources to mobilize essential support for talented teens. We’ll need your help to meet the need that continues to grow, especially as budget cuts threaten the arts in our state. On behalf of our Board of Directors and students, we are deeply grateful to our sponsors, Art & Living Magazine and the LA Art Show for their belief in the next generation.

Field trip to LACMA inspires a drawing.

RYMAN ARTS

Ryman Arts provides free advanced drawing and painting classes along with college and career planning for motivated, talented teenagers. The organization serves the needs of artistically promising youth that are not typically met in high school art programs, focusing on collegelevel foundation skills. Each student receives a full scholarship that covers the entire cost of the program: quality art materials, instruction by master teaching artists, guest artists, models, field trips and public transportation. The program also does outreach workshops to recruit talented artists in under-served inner city schools. From a single drawing class for 12 students in 1990, the program reached over 2,000 people in 2008, served 300 students in-depth in the core program and now has over 1,000 alumni. The University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts hosts the Saturday studio classes on campus at no charge. Legacy of Herbert D. Ryman

One of the master teaching artists, David Schoffman, demonstrates a concept.

Visit our booth or www.rymanarts.org to learn more. We hope you will find inspiration in the accomplishments of these emerging artists, and that you will be inspired to join us in supporting today’s young artists, the creative talents of tomorrow.

Diane Brigham

The organization was established to honor California artist Herbert D. Ryman (1910-1989), who bridged both commercial and fine arts, exhibiting actively as a painter while also working for Walt Disney, and mentoring younger artists throughout his long career. Ryman Arts maintains an extensive collection of his drawings, watercolors and paintings. Impact

Students come from almost 100 communities across Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties. Over 80% of Ryman Arts students reside in low income communities. 98% of Ryman students go on to higher education. Many receive college scholarships because of their Ryman Arts training. Over one third of alumni go on to careers in the creative industries, and almost all alumni maintain active involvement with art throughout their lives. Students gain more than artistic skills. They also gain self-confidence, time management, and persistence in setting and attaining goals.

Executive Director Ryman Arts is the sum of extraordinary parts: training ground, incubator of talent, motivator, and inspiration for a lifelong passion for the arts.

Each student receives quality art supplies, including these watercolors.

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GABRIEL DEL PONTE

maddy le mel

Gabriel Del Ponte’s large-scale installation works merge together a vibrant kaleidoscope of colors, mediums, textures, and visions. Exhibited across South America, Florida, New York, and now the Los Angeles Art Show, Del Ponte combines a variety of techniques to create sculptural paintings that move through figuration to abstraction, producing fantastical landscapes that reveal a classical inspiration while exploring contemporary considerations in collage, Pop Art, and graffiti. Gabriel’s work employs a medium of materials, acrylics, oils, and resins, to capture a multiplicity of human experience in a frozen moment of time. In his site-specific creation for the Los Angeles Art Show, measuring 10’ x 24’ in the entrance hallway of the Convention Center, Gabriel immerses traditional pictorial poses with the simple action of painting, into a spray of playful color. Represented by Jacob Karpio, Costa Rica.

Maddy LeMel uses found objects, fragile paper and simple wire as her palette. She juxtaposes rough, dense materials with delicate, handmade papers to explore the relationship between vulnerability and strength. The untold stories of the steel, wire, paper and shards are etched upon their surfaces and are like undercurrents that can never be known, only felt. As these remnants are unified in unexpected ways, they have a second chance to mean something new. And in taking on new roles and relationships within this work, they remind us that even the most familiar things are ephemeral, inevitably changing with time. Represented by George Billis Gallery LA, www.georgebillis.com.

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As many artists expand across forms, artistic practices have come to incorporate methods that explore new media techniques and technology itself. From its origins in the avante-garde movements of the last century, video art has quickly established itself as a respected genre, now collected widely in both public museums as well as private collections. The Los Angeles Art Show is pleased to present a selection of video works that highlight the diverse interpretations of this evolving, yet still novel, medium.

As a medium, three-dimensional works continue to inspire the creative mind, freeing an image from the canvas and giving it space to move in the world. Whether a realization of the portrait in a truer form or an abstraction of reality, sculpture finds shape in a multitude of processes and materials: casted, modeled, chiseled, carved, from clay, metal, wood, or stone, the possibilities are as infinite as the imagination. In the spirit of the Los Angeles Art Show’s encyclopedic nature, our Sculpture Garden presents a menagerie of works for your contemplation. Visit the presenting exhibitors in the fair and enjoy the stroll.

Shen Shaomin, Unknown Creature No. 11 Cockroaches, 2003, Bone, Bone Meal, Glue, 157 1/2 x 78 3/4 x 63 inches, Eli Klein Gallery Paul McLean, Still from A Cold Empty Feelin, Yarger Fine Art + YARGER | STRAUS Contemporary

Emil Alzamora, Shift, Plaster, 38 x 24 x 8 inches, Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art

Susan Norrie, Stills from Enola, 2005, Nancy Hoffman Gallery

Rebekah Bogard, Matters of Heart, 2007, Carson Van Straaten Gallery Soledad Salamé, Stills from Fingers Crossed, (Acknowledgements: Alix Fullerton, assistant, sound by Lee Boot.), “Fusion” (Edition of 12), 2005-2006, Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press

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Jean Wells, Urban Fruit Tree, 15 1/2 x 9 feet, Timothy Yarger Fine Art + YARGER | STRAUS Contemporary Rozanès Monique Rozanè, Algas Marinas 2, acrylic, 71 x 16 x 10 inches , 1993, Fondation Torres Aguero Rozanes

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Music

HOUSE OF VIBE ALL STARS  Wednesday, January 21, Opening Night Gala Performance, 6 – 10:30pm Saturday, January 24, Supper Time Show, 4 – 6:30pm Featuring:  Anthony Brewster (vocals, keyboards), Colin Wolfe (bass), Kris Hawkins (guitar), Phillip Fisher (drums), Greg Raymond (keyboards) Sebastian Leger (trumpet), Shaunte Palmer (trombone), Daniel Boissy (saxophone), Joey Lopez (vocals) Members of westside session favorites, House of Vibe All Stars, bring their cool grooves and dance mix to the festivities of the Opening Night Gala and a Saturday evening performance.  The ensembles easy style crosses genres and mediums, mixing a versatile range of Blues, Jazz, Funk, Rock, Reggae, and Latin rhythms, into a smooth blend of acoustic artistry.  Member activities include over twenty-five years of local, national, and international performance and recording experience with the likes of Alanis Morrissett, Angie Stone, UB40, Bjork, and Aretha Franklin. If you haven't had an opportunity to hear House of Vibe's soulful repertoire come prepared for an evening of skilled musical delights—and don't forget your dancing shoes!  Join House of Vibe All Stars for regular performances at Harvelles in Santa Monica or contact at houseofvibe@gmail.com.   House of Vibe:  A structure built for stability and comfort, the atmosphere or feelings of a situation.

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DJ LENGUA AT THE ART OF FASHION PARTY FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 8 – 10pm DJ LENGUA’s unique take on Latin dance music finds inspiration from a variety of places and musical forms. DJ LENGUA has been tearing up clubs all over California and beyond with his unique cumbia sounds and innovative jockey sensibilities. His ability to fuse loops from traditional Latin tunes and cumbias has made him a favorite on the LA club scene. As a founding member of DISCOS UNICORNIO record label, DJ LENGUA has released numerous mixes and two vinyl LP’s. Well known at the infamous Club Unicornio nights in San Francisco he is also resident selector with the Mas Exitos crew at the Verdugo Bar here in LA. DJ LENGUA is also an accomplished visual artist and will be exhibiting his solo debut at Steve Turner Contemporary in L.A. in late March.

For further information please visit: www.myspace.com/djlengua, http://www.anthemmagazine.com /story/1095. RSVP for the Art of Fashion Party @ the Los Angeles Art Show at rsvpla@modernluxury.com.

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SPECIAL THANKS

VIP PROGRAM THANKS

Kim Martindale of KR Martindale Show Management would like to thank the following for their contributions:

The Los Angeles Art Show and Jane Glassman, Director of VIP Relations, wish to acknowledge the following individuals and institutions with special thanks for their enthusiastic participation in our inaugural LAAS 09 VIP Program of Events:

Beverly Hills Fine Art Commission Broad Art Foundation Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Getty Museum and Villa HAMMER Museum The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Jonathan Club Jonathan Art Foundation Collection Los Angeles County Museum of Art Modern and Contemporary Art Council, LACMA Metabolic Studio MIXOGRAFIA Museum of Contemporary Art Norton Simon Museum of Art Orange County Museum of Art

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Four hundred artists. Ten architectural gems. One great cause. • Add to your collection with works from the 400-piece Silent Art Auction • Tour 60+ artists’ studios and special exhibits • Visit spectacular homes and private collections • Party with the artists at the Art Happening • All proceeds benefit Venice Family Clinic, providing free, quality health care to people in need

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OPENING NIGHT GALA SPONSOR LIST Donors listed as of January 14, 2009

GOLD SPONSOR $5,000

Dee Dee Dorskind Lynda & Stuart Resnick, POM Wonderful SILVER SPONSOR $2,500

Alyce Woodward, Oppenheimer Family Foundation BRONZE SPONSOR $1,000

Brenda & Alan Abramson Elisabeth Giovine Caryl Golden & James Gerson, MD Ronald Goldman Lena Longo Ben Lunsky Ray Redfern, Redfern Gallery FRIEND $500

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