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WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 EXHIBITIONS

happening throughout festival [see (date) for details] at: (14th): Open Door, Dorian Café, Modern Spaces, Testaccio’s, Douglas Elliman, Ten10 Studios, Riverview Restaurant, TFCornerstone, Manducatis Rustica, Evandro Tech, PaintCan Studios, The Local LIC, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, ArtistRun Gallery; (15th): Falchi Building, SquareWines & Spirits, InSite Design Studio, Local Project, , The Big Secret, The Little Secret, Z Hotel; (16th): Gotham, MFTA, Aurora Gallery, Dougherty Gallery, Space Gallery, NY Minded; (17th): Reis Studios, Studio 34; (18th): Kid’s Postcard Competition. 5-25 46th Ave [LIC Flea]

EXHIBITIONS WHITEWASH

Curated by Marie Cecile-Flageul May 14-18 // 12-6pm have created art that explores their strong reactions to 5 Pointz being whitewashed overnight. Jeffrey Leder Gallery 21-37 45th Rd 917.767.1734 jeffreyledergallery.com

ARTISTRUN GALLERY

May 14-18 // 12-7pm The ArtistRun gallery is an artist owned and run gallery in Long Island City. ArtistRun was founded with the belief that the partnership between the artist and the art lover is an essential relationship. We have displays of contemporary art works including: mixed media, paintings, ceramics. In addition to the gallery, we have a studio for artists to work. ArtistRun Gallery 36-31 22nd St 718.806.1136 artistrungallery.com

Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception

March 21–June 15 Educator-led public tours of the exhibition are held every Saturday and Sunday through June 15 at 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. in New York of the San Francisco-based artist Jim Campbell (b.1956), who is best known for his evocative low resolution works. This career-spanning exhibition features over 20 works, ranging from early experimental lations. An innovator in the use of technology, Campbell integrates and manipulates computers and custom electronics into visually arresting artworks. Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35 Avenue, Astoria NY 11106 movingimage.us

VERNON BLVD NABE NIGHT

Start your walk on 50th Ave near Vernon, with (appropriately) A.R.T. @ Open Door, then head next door to Dorian Café on the corner of Vernon and 50th for some “salt” photos. Heading north on Vernon, Modern Spaces will be hosting large paintings, and nearby are photos at Testaccio’s. Realty, and around the corner on 47th Rd, the Jesse Winter Retrospective is on view at the cute Ten10 Studios carriage house. Neon lights the next stop, giving you an opportunity to peek into one of the many residences along Vernon [47th Ave]. Further up the Blvd, pop into Matted LIC, then cross over for a slice and old-world charm at Manducatis Rustica while you drink in art. Taking a walk towards the river, get an amazing view from the 8th there are 5 solo shows in gallery-like apartments overlooking Manhattan. Head back to Vernon Blvd via 5-25 46th Ave for The Crew’s Opening, then back on Vernon, where Evandro Tech Motors once again has cleared out their vintage cars to show the vintage car photos and other amazing works of LIC’s living legend, Tony Vaccaro. While there, experience a glimpse and taste of Peru. On your way to the Open’s Opening Party at The Local on 44th at PaintCan Studios on 10th St, to see a few of the many members of LICArtists who will be showing in alternative places throughout LIC.

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A.R.T. (American Road Tar and other Discoveries)

May 14-18 // Noon-2am Reception May 14 // 5-7 Chuck Baker, photographer It is a photographer’s job to be an observer – to see the unseen, to notice the un-noticed, to document, to record, to make visual sense of the world around us. These are simple compositions. Beauty found in the obscure – the byproduct of keeping one’s eyes open and carrying an I-Phone. Thank You Mr. Jobs! cbakerinteriorphotos.com Open Door Restaurant 10-09 50th Ave 718.361.8589 opendoorrestaurant.com

OLD SCHOOL SALTS:

Black & White Film Photographs by Greg M. Stowell May 14-18 // Reception May 14 // 6:30 - 8 (50% off beer and wine) The title refers to the silver salt process in gelatin silver print making, the shakers on tables in “old school” city diners and of course, the telling of tall tales by seafaring “old salts” gathering at pubs. frankfrdgallery. net/ Dorian Café 10-01 50th Ave 718.937.1120

OUTSIDE, LOOKING IN: Times Square & Beyond

Paintings by ELINORE SCHNURR May 14-18 // [TIME TBD] Reception May 14 // 5-7 My paintings have always involved people in urban spaces, but in different ways. I wander the city sometimes, searching out the scene or event that will capture my imagination, with the intent to put it into my own or by using my camera as a sketchbook, and making a note to return another day with my pochade box or easel. Most of my paintings are of New York City and its incredible diversity. elinoreschnurr.com Modern Spaces 47-42 Vernon Blvd 718.784.1110 modernspacesnyc.com

HILMA KRLA

May 14-18 // 12-11pm Reception May 14 // 7pm While traveling through the streets of New York, photographer Hilma Krla was captivated by the evidence of human needs affecting everyday life. From people to rubble, these photographs reveal a certain irony often underlying everyday encounters in the Big Apple. Testaccio Restaurant 47-30 Vernon Blvd 718.937.2900 testacciony.com

IN & OUT OF TIME: 360° Panoramic Images

May 14-16 // 9am-6pm by appt Reception May 14 // 5:30-8pm Rafael Octavio Gonzalez’s work allows us to look at everyday places in extraordinary ways by playing with space and time and bringing 360° views into one plane. The Long Island City-bred artist illuminates intimate details of our world in panorama through multiple images, vibrant colors, exposures, and composites. The images magnify life in a way that creates intimacy in its rich detail and luminous surrealism. These fairytale-like works capture the beautiful innocence of looking at something for the Douglas Elliman Real Estate 47-37 Vernon Blvd 917.386.6164 elliman.com

JESSE WINTER: RETROSPECTIVE LIC 2009-2014

May 14-18 // Please see website for details Reception May 14 // 6-8pm PhotoMerge (CompositeLandscape), Ltrain, Homegrown Portraits, Dis-


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connected, Sketches from Spain, Edible Arts. jesse@jessewinter.com TEN10 Studios 10-10 47th Rd 917.449.9539 ten10studios.com

ART IN RESIDENCE

SHARON FLORIN NEW YORK MOMENTS

As a painter of the urban landscape, I strive to capture the texture, detail and light of the city. My work documents what is so familiar that you can walk by without noticing it, and yet tomorrow it may be gone. sjfnewyork. blogspot.com

Reception May 14 // 6-8pm May 17-18 // 12-5pm Exterior neon by Kenny Greenberg and interior corridor artwork by Beth Williams Garrett, William Garrett and special “house guests” TBA. wplusg.blogspot.com, wplusg.blogspot.com, neonshop.com Garrett residence 47-08 Vernon Blvd

PAULA ELLIOTT SETTINGS

JK SUNDQUIST@MattedLIC

TOSHIAKO NOBA

May 14-18 // (runs thru July 12) Reception May 14 // 6-9pm JK Sundquist reignites the Long Island City representational art scene. compel a new appreciation of a timeless New York City landscape. Matted LIC Gallery 46-36 Vernon Blvd 718.786.8660 mattedlic.com

PAUL OTTO KRAMM

May 14-31 // Tues-Sun 8am-11pm Reception May 14 // 6:30-8pm Paul Otto Kramm was an essential part of our community here in Queens; his passing is more of a loss than many of us know. He was a resident of Queens for more than 45 years, and in that time contributed works that can only be described as masterpieces. The greatness of Paul’s work wasn’t appreciated while he lived, but this exhibition aims to change that. It is time for us to give him his due, and the easiest way we can do that is simply by looking. After all, he left us so much to see.

ITALIAN WATERS

Prints by Mary Teresa Giancoli. crismaimaging.com/WhatWeDo.html Manducatis Rustica 46-33 Vernon Blvd 917.991.1145 manducatisrustica.com

My paintings are best described as abstractions, but invariably refer to aspects of the external world. I treat my acrylics like watercolor to attain a potency of color and to creare both abstract and associative. paulaelliott.net My work is inspired by things that show the passage of time and their histories with external stimulus such as layers in canyons accumulated and exposed over many years, weathered abandoned buildings, repasted and faded advertisement posters on city walls, a squashed can in a road, layers of paint peeling off of a wall, and so on. These visual encounters formed over time in a stratum of the earth and then was dug up to become a glazed art piece in a kiln bears conceptual resemblance to the aforementioned. toshiakinoda.com TFCornerstone 46-10 Center St, 8th FL 718.606.9440 tfc.com

HOLOCENTER POP UP EXHIBIT

May 17-18// 12-6pm Reception May 14// 5:30-8:00pm The Holocenter has four main objectives: production, exhibition, research and education. Holocenter staff work closely with artists to develop their concepts and provide access to a number of holography studios. 5-25 46th Ave holocenter.org

THE CREW

5 SOLOS @ TFCornerstone

May 17-18 // 12-6pm Reception May 14 // 5:30-8:00pm This project is presenting artists who have one big thing in common: they all work in the Matthew Barney Studio. With this group exhibition, they are presenting themselves to the community as individual artists, but also as a collective. They are showing sculptures, drawings

ORESTES GONZALEZ LIC Artists & Artifacts

imaginative aspects. It is a statement, critique and observation on social structures and today’s environment. Authors will intervene in exhibits with live action, so in that way, this show will have a form of interactive happenings with the audience. Marko Markovic, Tyler McPhee, Nicholas Broujos, Kevin Lips; Kanoa Baysa; Andre Ponticello. David Jackson Smith, Keith Riley, Adam Cowll, Jade Archuleta Gans, Matt Ryle 5-25 46th Ave

May 14-18 // 8am-8pm (until Aug 31) Reception May 14 // 5:30-8pm The LIC Arts Open was generously offered 4 adjacent bare studio apartments to showcase 5 local artists for 3 months in the brand-new TFCornerstone apartment building along the East River.

A synopsis of the 2012 LIC ARTIST series of local artists in their studio settings, plus a series of iconic objects and scenes I shot around NEW YORK City between 2011 and 2014. My photos are not solely representational, but symbolic of spirit and emotion. Trying to show the zeitgeist of our place and time is what I try to convey in my photographs. Orestes Gonzalez is a photographer, architect, curator and writer. His photography column in the LIC COURIER, «ORESTES› LIC›, brings you an image of our community in all its evolving formations, every month. orestesgonzalezphoto.com

DONNA LEVINSTONE CITY AS LANDSCAPE

Since I moved my studio to Long Island City, I have become more aware of how buildings may be construed the same way as my mountainscapes and tree lined horizons. Mountains fade into the distant mist in a landscape; buildings fade into the distant mist in a cityscape. LIC offers spectacular skies, as it is not yet overdeveloped. For this exhibit, I have tried to capture the beauty of these skies in both black and white and color pastel. Clouds offer a “24-hour art gallery” in Long Island City, and there is never a shortage of interesting shapes dotting the horizon. donnalevinstone.com

THE GOLDEN AGE OF FORMULA ONE: THROUGH TONY’S LENS May 14 – 31 // 12-6pm Reception May 14 // 8 pm Tony Vaccaro is a photography legend and a pride and joy of Queens. He has been working in photography since he served in the army in 1944, and we are privileged to be hosting an exhibition displaying some of his amazing work, the Golden Age of Formula One, spanning the 1950’s, in conjunction with some of the amazing things Tony has seen through his lens over the years. His work is introspective and beautiful, and through it we can see life, love, and human nature. Evandro Tech Motors 10-01 45th Ave (entrance on Vernon Blvd) 718.389.0430 evandrotechmotors.com/

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May 14-18 // 12-6pm Reception May 14 // 8pm PERU ART SHOW is proud to exhibit the artwork of Peruvian artists Jose Luis Carranza, Toto Fernandez Ampuero, Flavia Melendez & Jairo Robinson, four leading artists of their generation, sponsored by the Peruvian Business Council, the International Economic Alliance and PromPeru. The opening reception will include Peruvian music, dance, food and drinks. Evandro Tech Motors 10-01 45th Ave (entrance on Vernon Blvd) 718.389.0430 evandrotechmotors.com/

LICARTISTS, INC @PaintCan

Reception May 14 // May 14-18 // 12-6pm Not only will many artist studios be open for Open Studios, the hallways of PaintCan Studios will be transformed into a pop-up studio for some of the LICArtist members whose studios are not suitable for public visits. PaintCan Studios 10-10 10th St bonellistudio@earthlink.net

THE OPEN’S OPENING @ The Local

May 14 // 7-10pm Our Opening Party kicks off on Wednesday evening with music, drinks, and food. Vince Johnson & Friends playing the blues, Luba Lukova’s dynamic artwork setting the scene, Jason Lalor rapping, Allison Jones Dance + A // V club dancing, a keg of craft beer from LIC nano-brewers Rockaway Brewery Co, Manducatis Rustica feeding the body, plus ……….. Not to be missed!! Catch a pre-party special showing of “Best of QWFF 2014” screening at 6:30.

THURSDAY, MAY 15 EXHIBITIONS

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COURT SQ NABE NIGHT

Get an early start to catch all of the fabulous openings! The Falchi Building, behind La Guardia College, would be a great place to start your art crawl. Only 2 blocks from the 7 train’s 33rd St station, or a 10 min walk from Court Sq, there are 3 large group shows of exciting work, as well as checking out the new “Chelsea Market” of LIC! On your way back to Court Sq, educate your wine pallet see what LICArtists have done to the storage spaces, then educate your wine palate as you take in the multi-media event at SquareWine & Spirits. At the Citigroup Building, LIes. Cross 23rd St to the historic block of 45th Ave, where InSite Design Studio hosts a colorful, powerful photography show not to be missed! Take a left down 44th Rd to the newly relocated Local Project and their special exhibition of Queens artists. Back up on 23rd St, you can’t miss the huge paintings at The Big Secret Gallery behind the loading dock of the LIC Art Center, and ZOMBIES at The Little Secret Gallery [entrance on 23rd]. From there, you can grab a drink and view more art down towards the river at the Z Hotel, or sit with a beer and watch the best of the Queens World Film Festival in The Local. Check out the art talks at Reis Studios and Jeffrey Leder Gallery.

THROUGH OUR EYES

Vince Johnson, one of the greatest harmonica players working today, will take us on a blues journey at the opening party of the festival. With his gritty vocal style and entrancing harp playing, this Long Island City/ Memphis based musician combines the raw drive of the South-Side Chicago blues with the warm, rhythmic textures of Memphis soul music and blends them into a unique blues explosion. facebook.com/VinceJohnsonPlantationAllstars

Curated by Tiffany S. Pierce May 14-18 // 9am-6pm Reception May 15 // 5-7pm The Art Table Studio, a mobile community arts education studio, is proud to sponsor the “Through Our Eyes” Art Exhibition & Fundraiser in the historic Falchi Building. The studio supports artists who are leaving their creative footprint within the community. Exhibiting artists include: A. Williams, A. Matsuoka, A. Klein, C. Jackson, D. Boroumand, D. Scott, D. Fischer, G. Jones, G. Gagucas, H. Crawford, J. Mins, J. Vega, J. Zisel, J. Rubio, M. Liu, & S. Trammel. The Art Table Studio is collaborating with Photo Voice, an international organization based in London, which is committed to promoting and supporting the use of participatory photography as a tool for social change in Costa Rica. Falchi Building 31-00 47th Ave 443.695.1418 (Tiffany) thearttablestudio.com

DRAMA ON PAPER: Posters for the Stage

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NIGHT OF BLUES: VINCE JOHNSON & FRIENDS

Luba Lukova May 14-18 // 8am-12am Internationally renowned, Long Island City-based Luba Lukova creates some of the most iconic posters of our time. Her mastery of turning a few lines into the complex and sublime will be shown in a compelling collection of theatre inspired posters. Lukova’s award winning work is exhibited around the globe and is currently on view at MoMA, New York. “One of the 15 most important women in de-

May 14-18 // 9am-6pm Reception May 15// 5-7PM Works by Member Artists of LICArtists, Inc Falchi Building 31-00 47th Ave carol@licartists.org falchibuilding.com

IN MY BOROUGH JASON LALOR

Multimedia Rap Performance A multimedia rap performance that utilizes projected visuals, controlled by the volume of the performer’s voice, to tell a story about how hip hop

ALLISON JONES DANCE + A // V CLUB

present excerpts from their works ab initio (2012) and dyad (2013). These primarily contemporary dance pieces utilize projection, live sound and paper installation, creating a unique world for performers and audience to live in. Concepts and phrasework from these past works, previously performed on theater stages, will be reimagined for a gallery environment. THE LOCAL 13-02 44th Ave 347.738.5251 thelocalnyc.com

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May 14-18 // 9am-6pm Reception May 15 // 5-7pm Local Project is happy to present 8 different installations by artists living around the idea of collaboration in different settings, such as a public vitrine. From April 17 through June 17th, these collaborations will evolve vitrine. Some of these vitrines will incorporate performance, working hours, talks, walks, and inviting the public from all 5 boroughs to participate, add, observe, criticize, document, interact. Collaborators: Rego Park Green Alliance; Etty Yaniv, Chaw ei Thein and Fanny Allié; Priscilla P. Stadler and Richard Alomar; Rachel Kremidas, Paul Lambermont and Mayuko Fujino; Kate Sharkey and Jordan Baber; Mary Giancoli and Jorge Ivan Posada; Matti Havens, Leili Huzaibah, Shawn Chua, Ayana Evans, Whitney Hunter, Tomaz Capobianco and Joanna Fittipaldi; Vanessa Rueda and Daniel Arenas. Falchi Building 31-00 47th Ave falchibuilding.com localproject.org


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SQUAREWINE & SPIRITS

May 16-18 // 12-9pm Reception May 15 // 6:30-9:30pm turing industrial home decor, sculpture, photography and painting. SquareWine & Spirits 24-20 Jackson Ave 718.707.9911 SquareWine.com

718.392.0722 secrettheatre.com

UNTITLED

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Opening Reception - May 15 // 6pm May 14-18 // 12-6pm A group exhibition of artists from the Reis Studios building in LIC. Reis studios, an art gallery space, an experimental gallery, a dirty room, and

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books. There are over 180 artists working as painters, sculptors, photographers, graphic designers, installation artists, video artists, and many more creative people of other disciplines. The Experimental Space at Reis Studios 43-01 22nd St, 3rd FL 718.784.5577 artpluslic.com

May 14-18 / 7am-7pm Reception: May 15 // 5-7pm Showcasing artwork by members of LICArtists, Inc. Six showcases

Citigroup Building

1 Court Square licartistsinc@gmail.com 718.793.0214

Z HOTEL GALLERY EXHIBITION

LOCUS FOCUS: 3 PHOTOGRAPHERS

May 14-18 //12-5pm Reception May 15 // 5:30-8pm The word “locus” is Latin for a place where something happens or is found. meaning and mystery in street level details to which people typically pay little attention. In his series, “Surfaces”, Logan Lockett captures grimy but colorful public surfaces to emphasize how these soiled, quotidian subjects can be simultaneously “unwashed” and “vibrantly beautiful”. Adele Shtern opens to the revelation of seeing the familiar in new ways. Painterly and abstract aspects of the environment catch her eye in diverse loci. robertlobephoto.com, loganlockett.com, adeleshtern. weebly.com InSite Design Studio 21-54 45 Ave 718.472.1400 insitedesignstudio.com

THE LOCAL PROJECT SHOW May 14-18 // 11-7pm Reception May 15 // 7-on Artists from Queens. Local Project 11-27 44th Rd 646.298.0969 localproject.org

PORTRAITURE – THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY! Betsy Ashton – Art Talk May 15 // 6:30-8pm Portrait artist Betsy Ashton talks (with humor) about working with famous, prestigious, and just plain busy people! The Experimental Space at Reis Studios 43-01 22nd St, 3rd FL 718.784.5577 reisstudios.com artpluslic.com

QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

OCCUPIED and FLESH TOTES

Large Paintings by Stef Duffy May 14-18 // 12-6pm Reception May 15 // 5:30-7:30pm The Big Secret Gallery hosts Stef’s large canvas of OCCUPIED (75”x93”), and a sneak peek at his new series, “FLESH TOTES” (48”X60”), which you can see more of in his studio in the LIC Art Center during Open Studios, #208. Keywords for OCCUPY: starch, occupation, cash, zipper, contradiction, absurdity. stefduffy.com The Big Secret 44-02 23rd St. 718.392.0722 secrettheatre.com

ZOMBIES

Michael Huhn May 16-18 // 11am Reception May 15 // 6-9pm The Z Hotel Subterranean Art Gallery presents “LIC revisited”, a photo exhibition and book signing of new black and white images from Long Island City resident Artist Michael Huhn, who found his inspiration by turning his camera lens away from the picturesque Manhattan skyline to create and capture stark black and white imagery that explores the Long Island City industrial landscape. Z Hotel Subterranean Art Gallery 11-01 43rd Ave 212.444.2048 (Michael) zhotelny.com michaelhuhnart.com

Junenoire Mitchell and Nadia Saburov May 14-18 // 12-6pm Reception May 15 // 5:30-7:30pm ZOMBIES! Do you want to see zombies? WE HAVE ZOMBIES!!! See unsuspecting, real people transformed into the undead. ZOMBIES! studio7nyc.com The Little Secret 44-02 23rd St

May 15 // 7pm We will screen Queens World Film Festival 2014 Best of the Fest Films. (Designated Screening) THE LOCAL 13-02 44th Ave 347.738.5251 thelocalny.com

JEFFREY LEDER GALLERY TALK - THE WALLS May 15 // 8-10pm

The focus of the panel will be: walls and the scales of the body of work, the rewards of doing public art, the impact their art can have or had on a street and block, the evolution of their individual styles, and the challenges of moving to canvases. Jeffrey Leder Gallery 21-37 45th Rd 917.767.1734 jeffreyledergallery.com

FRIDAY, MAY 16 EXHIBITIONS

happening throughout festival [see Wednesday for list]

QUEENS PLAZA NABE NIGHT

The artist community is expanding all around Queens Plaza! The Last

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the immense space: the LIC Arts Open signature show, “Go.Figure.”; BrickHouse Ceramic’s “Lateral Itineraries in Clay”; and the 100 or so panels donated by artists for the “10squared Silent Auction“. If you head up along Northern Blvd, Material for the Arts will highlight their Spring Artist in Residence, COFFEED hosts Pop Culture Pop Up Art & Shop, and Aurora Gallery presents a group show in their beautiful gallery/event space. Heading north on 27th St from Queens Plaza, the lovely Resobox hosts a solo and interactive show. Crescent Grill’s Dougherty Gallery presents 2 solo shows, and local artist Castelan has not only curated a socially engaged show, he has personally engaged with Space Gallery by raphy show at the new gastropub Dutch Kills Centraal, or relax to the sounds of contemporary Brazilian Music at Beija Flor. Heading towards the river, see conceptual works by a Korean artist at New York Minded, and experience a blend of modern and tradition Korean dance at Green Space.

Materials for the Arts (MFTA) 33-00 Northern Blvd 718.729.2150 materialsforthearts.org

THE LAST OF THE GOTHAM SHOWS!

May 14-18 // 12-6pm Receptions: May 16 // 5-8pm

graphite on vellum. “The circle has closed. I have returned to where it all started, a graphite mark on paper, strangely comfortable like an old pair of shoes. The subject; social commentary, the urban landscape or fragments of the world traveled, the eye to hand to eye.

GO.FIGURE.

KEITH SAARI, masks inspired by traditional Puerto Rican masks.

The Last Gotham Signature Show for the LIC Arts Open features local where the similarities end. Overt or implied. Present or absent. Sublime or grotesque. Timeless or today. And everything in between. Artists: Jude Amsel [judeamsel.com] Chuck Baker [cbakerinteriorphotos.com] Bennett Blackburn [artsitesgallery.com] Karen Dimit [kkdimit.com] Jessica Doh [jessicadoh.com] Beth Williams Garrett [bethwilliamsgarrettart.webs.com] William Garrett [williamgarrettart.webs.com] Kenny Greenberg [neonshop.com] Peter Goldwater [pgceramics.com] Jack Howard-Potter [steelstatue.com] Eliot Lable [eliotlable.com] Marko Markovic [markovichmarko.blogspot.com ] Glenn Marlowe [SculpturesNYC.com] Maria Spector [mariaspector.com]

LATERAL ITINERARIES in CLAY

This exhibition offers snapshots from the creative itineraries of 12 artists who work at BrickHouse Ceramic Art Center. A concentrated explorabegan with the same basic gesture – digging into a bag of clay. Then their itineraries diverged immediately. They ran out along paths of individual These 12 artists offer glimpses into 100+ individual creative itineraries, from beginners to professionals, that all began with a bag of clay. brickhouseny.com

10SQUARED SILENT AUCTION

Over 100 pieces of incredible original works on 10” x 10” wood panels in all kinds of media will be auctioned off. The works may be bid upon from Wed, 14th through Sunday, 18th Bidding stops at 9pm MAY 18th. Bidders must pre-register to take part in this exciting event. Minimum bids start at $100 with a minimum increment of $10. Pay $10 to register before you All proceeds go to 2 great worthy causes – Queens Council on The Arts’ “High School to Art School” and LIC Arts Open. TWO GOTHAM CENTER Queens Plaza South at 28th St

BERNARD KLEVICKAS

MFTA Spring Artist in Residence Reception May 16 // 6-8pm Materials for the Arts welcomes our new artist-in-residence BERNARD KLEVICKAS. Klevickas’ work involves taking apart discarded objects made from plastic, metal, styrofoam and more. He then reassembles those materials into large patchwork sculptures composed of dynamic “quilts” of different materials and colors that remind us to rethink the things we put into the waste stream every day. Materials for the Arts, a unit of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, collects thousands of tons of materials from the industries of New York and donates them, for

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GROUP EXHIBITION May 14-18 // 12-6pm May 16 // 6-8pm

ANNALISA IADICICCHIO

Photo assemblages A collection of raw found materials and photographs that create a context and emotional environment for the images portraying a continuannalisaiadicicco.com

BARRY STERN,

PRISCILLA STADLER,

an interdisciplinary visual artist created the Favors Project and various Oracles. Aurora Gallery 3518 37 St, 2nd Fl 917.745.0003 theauroragallery.com

POP CULTURE POP UP ART & SHOP

May 16 // 7-10pm Join us on May 16 as we hold our third pop-up art and shop event at the COFFEED LAB & ROASTERY event space! Featuring works by Josh Dorman and Rafael O. Gonzalez. Enjoy modern makers, accessory and fashion designers, installations, original art, music, poetry, beer & wine selections and delicious eats. First 10 guests receive a complimentary drink and gift bag! Show your love for all things local! COFFEED 37-18 Northern Blvd 718.606.1299 coffeednyc.com

TIME AFTER TIME: IMAGES IN HISTORICAL DISPLACEMENT

CAROL CRAWFORD, Mixed media May 16-18 // 11-6pm Reception – May 16 // 5-7pm An interactive installation and exhibition of an ongoing creative project, to be continued in different venues throughout 2014, and included as part of my solo exhibition at Atlantic Gallery, Manhattan, in October with a continuously- folded ribbon of paper on which viewers are invited to help create a story in their own written words, inspired by their interpretation of what they see. As this collective narrative grows progressively, is read and re-written, it becomes a shared experience of creative imagination. carol-crawford.com RESOBOX 41-26 27th St 718.784.3680 resobox.com

TWO SOLOS@DOUGHERTY GALLERY

May 16-June 22 // Reception May 16 // 6-8pm GET SMALL NEW YORK: A Solo Exhibit By The Artist Known As Conrad REFLECTIONS: A Solo Exhibition by ELINORE SCHNURR Crescent Grill 38-40 Crescent St (@39th Ave) 718.729.4040 Doughertygallery.com Crescentgrill.com


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May 16-17 // 12-7pm Reception May 16 // 7-10 pm New works by Song-E Yoon a conceptual artist from Korea, now living and working in LIC. New York Minded 38-82 13th St newyorkminded.com

GREEN SPACE

May 16-17 // 8pm // $15 Dance Performance! Green Space presents Take Root with Sunhwa Chung / Ko-Ryo Dance Theater A unique, authentic blend of modern and traditional Korean dance, “Life is Every Day: So Close Yet So Far Away” presents a glimpse into the dramatic lifestyle changes of transplanted Koreans as they are forced to adapt to foreign cultures. Inspired by real events in the choreographer’s own journey of accepting change and embracing new customs. Green Space 37-24 24th St #301 718.956.3037 GreenSpaceStudio.org

CENTRAL BOOKING

May 15 // 6pm-1am A group B&W photography show, featuring Raphael Gonzalez, Stephen Kaplan, Gildo Spado and Greg M. Stowell. Held at the new gastropub in the Dutch Kills area of LIC serving progressive cuisine with an emphasis on supporting local purveyors. Dutch Kills Centraal 38-40 29th St 718.606.8651 dutchkillscentraal.com

PUBLIC

Curated by Gabino Abraham Castelan May 14-16 // 9-6pm by Appt Reception May 16 // 8pm-late As a socially engaged artist committed to connecting the local community to art, artists and beyond, Castelan introduces “PUBLIC”. In this group show, Castelan and the collection of artists will explore sociocultural evolution to strengthen human relationships by engaging with the public realm - the streets, the open social and culture space. Featuring: Antonio Perez, Daniel Alexander Mathews, G.A. Castelan. gabinocastelan.com Space Gallery 29-09 39th Ave 347.465.7111 spacegallerylic.com

CONTEMPORARY BRAZILIAN MUSIC

May 16 // 9pm-2am Contemporary Brazilian Music in an intimate setting. (Happy Hour pricing on Caipirinhas) Beija Flor 38-02 29th St 718.606.2468

LONG ISLAND CITY ACADEMY OF MUSIC

Fri May 16 // 6pm FREE Concert with marimbist Mika Mimura, and pianist Jestin Pieper Long Island City Academy of Music 44-02 23rd St, 2nd FL 917.548.3598 facebook.com/licmusic

DRINK AND DRAW

May 16 // 7pm Free With The Dust Collective Local Project 11-27 44th Rd 646.298.0969 localproject.org

QNMF: 3RD ANNUAL QUEENS NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Queens New Music Festival is a 3-day event with 8 programs of new music and dance, all happening in The Big Secret Theatre during the LIC Arts Open. The mission of the QNMF is to promote new music in Queens by focusing on the wealth of composers, musicians, and ensembles living and working in Queens, as well as highlighting artists from other parts of New York City and the country. All-access festival passes will be sold for $50; Saturday or Sunday one-day passes will be $30; single tickets for individual performances will be $20. visit queensnewmusicfestival.org. The Big Secret 44-02 23rd St 718.392.0722 secrettheatre.com

QNMF: FACE THE MUSIC

May 16 // 8pm Face the Music is the only teen ensemble in the U.S. dedicated to the creation and performance of music by living composers. Face the Music and the Special Music School High School join forces for 90 minutes of new music written and performed by the under-18 crowd. Like the iPod of your average teen, this show runs the gamut from brainiac classical (Daniel Ma’s “Music of the Presidents”) to post-minimalist virtuosity (Owen Carter’s “Sequester”) to hard-driving rock and roll (Henry Nelson Experiment’s “Poisoned Bordeaux”). (see Fri. QNMF for details)

SATURDAY, MAY 17 EXHIBITIONS

happening throughout festival [see Wednesday for list] .

OPEN STUDIOS!

May 17-18 // 12-6 // FREE Meet the artists and see where the magic happens!! Over 160 artists are opening their studios throughout LIC. See the Open Studios listings and map for buildings & details. Check the website, licartsopen.org, to see photos of the artists’ works.

CERAMIC ART CENTER OPEN HOUSE

May 17 // 11-6pm // FREE Visit our creative community of designers/makers and sculptors. Talk to the artists, see work in progress, and shop in our store. Demonstrations of wheel throwing at 2:00pm and 4:00pm. BrickHouse Ceramic Art Center 10-34 44th Dr 718.784.4907 brickhouseny.com

OPEN STUDIOS @ReisStudios

May 17-18 // 12-6pm See and purchase artwork by many of the 200 artists in one building. Reis Studios 43-01 22nd St 718.784.5577 (Juvenal) ReisStudios.com

STUDIO 34 GROUP SHOW

May 14-24 // 12-6pm Reception May 17/ 12-6pm A group show of painting, sculpture, and photography in the hot, new LIC studio building! Studio 34 34-01 38th Ave, 4th FL studio34-artspace.tumblr.com

QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

May 17 // Starting at 12pm loops every two hours We will screen Queens World Film Festival 2014 Best of the Fest Films. (A loop that plays continuously) THE LOCAL 13-02 44th Ave 347.738.5251 thelocalnyc.com

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IN-SIGHT DANCE COMPANY

May 17 // Performances throughout the day In-Sight Dance Company brings selections of its newest ballet, “Pleading Against Prophecy” to the streets and galleries of LIC. “Pleading Against Prophecy” is the third of In-Sight Dance’s millennial ballets and is set to “Water in a Whale”, the debut album of critically acclaimed singer/ songwriter Jillette Johnson. In-Sight Dance Company is a grassroots dance company based in Queens, NY. Our mission is to create dance that inspires critical thought and reasoned discussion, increase access to and appreciation of dance in Queens and throughout the country while working to improve society through performance, community partnerships, and service. Multiple: Vernon Blvd, The Gantries, Falchi Building

FACE OFF IMPROV WORKSHOP, FREE

May 17 // drop-in between 2-4pm Have you ever thought about taking an improv class, but never made the leap? Here’s your chance to try it out for free with absolutely no obligation, commitment, or excuses! Face Off Unlimited is offering a free and fun sample workshop as part of the LIC Arts Open. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from some of the best improv teachers in the country from the company that the New York Time calls “Very Funny”. The Little Secret 44-02 23rd St 718.392.0722 secrettheatre.com

NATURE & NURTURE II

Paintings by Helaine Soller May 14-18 // Reception May 17 // 2-4pm Helaine Soller paintings reveal intimate views of water environments creating awareness of our fragile ecosystems through colorful and expressive compositions, capturing nature at a moment in time. Soller’s art is in the permanent collections of The Library of Congress, the Archives of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Riverview Restaurant 2-01 50th Ave 718.781.2615 riverviewny.com

QNMF: EIGHT STRINGS AND A WHISTLE

May 17 // 2pm Committed to expanding the repertoire for the unique combination present a program showcasing the diversity of Contemporary American chamber music. Soprano, Helen Gabrielsen joins the trio for “Food,” a pocket opera by Dag Gabrielsen and the premiere of Stefan Weisman’s “Song (after Schumann).” (see Fri. QNMF for details)

QNMF: h2 quartet

May 17 // 4pm The saxophone is an instrument uniquely positioned to operate effectively in nearly every genre of serious music. Lacking the historical baggage of many of its peers in the concert world, it moves seamlessly between improvised and composed music, between acoustic and electroacoustic, and between classical and jazz. h2 presents a program that shows the incredibly varied musical directions that saxophone repertoire is going. Joining h2 for part of their performance will be pianist Amir Khosrowpour. (see Fri. QNMF for details)

4pm: Violinist Holly Jenkins 5pm: Concert pianist Jeremy Jordan 6pm: Soprano Sharee Seal Long Island City Academy of Music 917.548.3598 facebook.com/licmusic

QNMF: Duo RoMi May 17// 6pm

presenting innovative programs that combine classical repertoire with contemporary and newly commissioned works. Flutist Roberta Michel (see Fri. QNMF for details)

QNMF: Ghost Ensemble

May 17 // 8pm Ghost Ensemble seeks to create experiential music. We see the greatest music as a transcendent bridge between worlds; such music is naturally experienced sensually and intuitively rather than intellectually. Thus, rather than focusing on a particular time period or genre, we look toward the essence of the music’s effect. Curating the full atmosphere of each event, Ghost Ensemble explores both traditional and non-traditional venues to expand the musical experience; the familiar becomes unfamiliar through musical transcendence, while unexpected and unexplored places become a new layer of beauty. For the Queens New Music Festival, Ghost Ensemble will be joined by cellist Meaghan Burke and conductor David Bloom. (see Fri. QNMF for details)

BATSU!

May 17 // 8pm // FREE BATSU! is NYC’s live Japanese game show! Four comedy warriors compete in challenges to avoid electric shocks, paintball guns, a giant egg-smashing chicken, and many more hilarious, jaw-dropping punishments! The performers of BAT SU! are members of acclaimed comedy group Face Off Unlimited and regularly appear on television, radio, and the New York stage. Until now, “One of the best things to do in NYC” (CBS NY) could only be seen in the East Village, but for one night only, BATSU! will transform the LIC Arts Open and answer the question, “What if you woke up in a Japanese game show?” The Local 13-2 44th Ave 347.738.5251 thelocalny.com

BIG WHIRLYGIG

May 17 // 6pm, 8pm Presented by LIC Arts Open & Local Project 6pm: Special installation performance 8pm: MUSIC + DANCE + ART + INSTALLATIONS Gary Lucas [Captain Beefheart] & Ernie Brooks [Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers], Steve Wynn [Dream Syndicate], Peter Zaremba [Fleshtones] , Richard Mazda + Little Embers Special Guests to be announced Light Paintings, Airdome, Special performance by Multimedia Rap Artist Jason Lalor Modern Dance/Installation Allison Jones + A//V club Holocenter Pop-Up Exhibit 5-25 46th Ave licartsopen.org

ART PLUS at Reis Studios

May 14-18 // 12-6pm Reception May 17 4-6pm Painted Constructions and Sculptures by Professor Bruce Brooks of La Guardia Community College. Reis Studios 43-01 22nd St., 2nd FL 718.784.3377 (Juvenal) artpluslic.com

LONG ISLAND CITY ACADEMY OF MUSIC Sat May 17 // FREE

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SUNDAY, MAY 18 EXHIBITIONS

happening throughout festival [see Wednesday for list]

OPEN STUDIOS!

May 17-18 // 12-6 // FREE Meet the artists and see where the magic happens!! Over 160 artists are opening their studios throughout LIC. See the Open Studios listings and map for buildings & details. Check the website, licartsopen.org, to see


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The Big Secret (see Fri. QNMF for details)

OPEN STUDIOS@ReisStudios

MY LIC: Kids’ Postcard Competition

May 17-18 // 12-6pm See and purchase artwork by many of the 200 artists in one building. Reis Studios 43-01 22nd Street 718.784.5577 (Juvenal) ReisStudios.com

QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

May 17 // Starting at 12pm loops every two hours We will screen Queens World Film Festival 2014 Best of the Fest Films. (A loop that plays continuously) THE LOCAL 13-02 44th Ave 347.738.5251 thelocalny.com

LONG ISLAND CITY ACADEMY OF MUSIC Sun May 18 // 1:30pm LICAM Violin student recital Long Island City Academy of Music 44-02 23rd St 917.548.3598 facebook.com/licmusic

NATURE & NURTURE II Paintings by Helaine Soller Artist Talk May 18 // 2-4pm (see May 17 for details)

TUSHEVS AERIALS

May 18 // 12pm-1pm As Tushevs Aerials, we will do an aerial tour of LIC by means of a video remote-control airplane. In this live demonstration/performance, we -

May 14-18 // 12-6pm Awards ceremony May 18 // 5pm Students from the local schools, including LIC Elementary PS 78, have designed postcards around the theme: MY LIC. There will be an illustrious jury, and Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer will present the awards to the winners at an awards ceremony on Sunday, May 18th at 5 p.m. Falchi Building 31-00 47th Ave falchibuilding.com

CONTINENTAL RECORDING STUDIO PRESENTS: FROM THE GARDEN

May 18 // 6pm - onward Creative places attract creative people. Local Long Island City museum staff team up to exhibit their artwork and music for one night, under one roof. Continental Recording Studio 10-10 44th Ave, roof 516.526.1097 facebook.com/ContinentalRecording facebook.com/events/230188920511671/

QNMF: KAVAK Trio May 18 // 7pm

drews (harp). An instrumental ensemble established by Debussy’s masterpiece sonata, Kavak explores the contemporary repertoire and new sound possibilities for this highly evocative combination. Trio Kavak will perform 4 world premieres by the composers of Random Access Music composers’ collective. The line up will include new works by David Fetherolf, Gilbert Galindo, David Schober, and Jie Wang. Also included on the line up will be the winner of RAM’s 2013 call for scores. (see Fri. QNMF for details)

CLOSING PARTY & 10SQUARED SILENT AUCTION

ing the airplane by means of an extra remote control radio. See LIC like never before - from the perspective of a bird! Hunter’s Point South Park Center Blvd bet. 50 Ave and 54 Ave (Oval astroturf grounds near East River Ferry Landing (on South side of Park). 718.786.6385 nycgovparks.org/parks/HuntersPointSouthPark

THE OPEN’S CLOSING + 10SQUARED SILENT AUCTION May 18 // 6-10pm

QNMF: Composers Concordance

close at 6pm on May 18th , then we will be starting the countdown for the

May 18 // 2pm Composers Concordance is a presenting organization for contemporary music with a 31-year-history of producing concerts in New York City. They strive to present music in innovative ways, with an emphasis on thematic programming. For their Queens New Music Festival performance, Comp Cord Ensemble will be joined by Bill Schimmel – accordion, Demetrius Spaneas – soprano sax, Damien Bassman – drums, and Jacob Miller – poet/narrator. The program will feature music of each composer/performer. Each of the compositions was written for this particular ensemble, and highlights the performers’ abilities, while giving the composers a unique opportunity to write for an unusual, mixedinstrumental combination. The styles of the compositions range the spectrum of musical sound, and the only words that could describe them all would be: eclectic, all-encompassing, and genre-blurring. (see Fri. QNMF for details)

QNMF: TAK Ensemble

May 18 // 4pm TAK is a New York based chamber group dedicated to the collaborative clarinet, violin, percussion, and electronics TAK’s collective energy brings an almost telepathic connection and immense dedication to new works and emerging composers. TAK’s QNMF performance will feature 3 works commissioned by the ensemble and 1 recent work.

Sponsored by The Falchi Building & Crescent Grill

Two Gotham Center Queens Plaza South Come celebrate the closing of our fourth glorious year. The space will not be available to us since it will soon welcome a permanent tenant. We thank HR Reit for their incredible generosity over the last three years

collection by the winners. Music by Messenger-Grau

‘Go.Figure.’

A group show in the largest exhibition mounted during the festival . See Friday for details

10Squared Silent Auction

Over 100 pieces of incredible original works on 10” x 10” wood panels in all kinds of media will be auctioned off. Bidding stops at 9pm MAY 18th. Bidders must pre-register to take part in this exciting event. Minimum bids start at $100 with a minimum increment of $10. Pay $10 to register bid price. All proceeds go to 2 great worthy causes – Queens Council on The Arts’ “High School to Art School” and LIC Arts Open.`

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Ellen Mandelbaum

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Robert Badia

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Greg Davidek

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Daniel Sinclair

DanielSinclair.net

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tushevs.com

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Nancy Gesimondo

Eleven11 Lofts 11-11 44th Rd

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Robert Lobe

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Carmen Rubio

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Rouska Valkova

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claudia-schellenberg.com

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Robert Sciasci

sciasci.com

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Caroline Sun

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Karen Dimit

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Bonnie Rothchild

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William Zehngut

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Mary Zehngut

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Meredith Nieves

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Penko Platikanov

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Donna Levinstone

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Caspar Peteus

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Elise Margolis

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Jacqueline Sferra Rada

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mercedesnugenthead.com

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Chih-Ying Wong

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Levi Phelps

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Michele Bonelli

michelebonelli.com

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Suzi Evalenko

reisstudios.com/artists/suzievalenko

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John Cave

jcavepaintings.blogspot.com

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Nancy Olivier

nancyolivier

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Harry Daviues

r.harry.davies@gmail.com

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Carolyn Sheehan

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Daniel Du

danielpdu.com

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mayenalcantara.com

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Patrick Brown

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juvenalreisstudios.com

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Benjamin Simon

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davidaltfeldart.com

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Michele Krauss

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Akemi Takeda

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Sandra Vucicevic

sandravucicevic.com

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Mary Giancoli

crismaimaging.com/WhatWeDo. html

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Max Tzinman

43-01 22nd St

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alicelipping.com

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Sara Abalan

saraabalanpainter.com

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RealArt

10-20 45th Rd 402

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thecorpses.com

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Linda Arnold

LindaArnoldStudio.com

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janetfraile.com

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ayakohfurukawa.net

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Kathy Ferguson

kathyfergusonart.com

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Tania Alvarez

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Michelle O’Connell

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sermarr.com

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Chanhee Hong

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Paula Heisen

paulaheisen.com

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Joan Heckerling

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Violet Baxter

violetbaxter@aol.com

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Roxie Munro

roxiemunro.com

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Rachel Kohn

RachelKohnArt.com

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Marianne Barcellona

mariannebarcellona.com

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ZoĂŤ Morsette

zomolic@verizon.net

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Gabriel Popian

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Lucia Popian

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Calina Hiriza

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Cindy Avroch

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Chie Shimizu

chieshimizu.com

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Amir Ben-Moshe

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Jose Vinicio Guevara

stylishgalleryprint.com

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carolniffenegger.com

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Tamar Hirschl

tamarhirschl.com

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Florina Sbircea

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David Ferris

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Carolyn Ard

carolynardcom

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Carl Marin

carlmarin.com

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Tatiana Istomina

tatianaistomina.com

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Jim Seffens

jimseffens.com

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Bradley Whitermore

bwhiter4@gmail.com

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