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LOCATION Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall J and K 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Patron Reception: 7pm - 11pm Opening Night Premiere Party: 8pm - 11pm Benefiting the Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc. and their program, Bordeaux-Los Angeles: A 50 Year Partnership GENERAL SHOW Thursday 16 Friday 17 Saturday 18 Sunday 19

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CONTACTS: Show Production/General Information Palm Beach Show Group 500 N Dixie Hwy Lake Worth, FL 33460 T 561 822 5440/ F 561 837 6651 lacatalogue@palmbeachshow.com

Los Angeles Show Office 1154 Grant Ave Venice, CA 90291 T 310 822 9145 / F 310 822 9179 info@laartshow.com


WELCOME The 19th Annual LA Art Show is the longest running platform for contemporary, modern, historic, and traditional fine art in the country, featuring painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, and video from over 140 prominent galleries from around the globe. Designed with the serious collector in mind, The LA Art Show is entirely unique in the art world, providing attendees with a complete art experience. The LA Art Show features three distinct sections: The Modern & Contemporary Section, the Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section, and the Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair Section.

In addition to exploring the more than 17,500 items on display on the show floor, admission also includes the opportunity to enjoy the show’s special exhibitions, installations, and engaging Dialogs LA, featuring internationally renowned artists, collectors, curators, and art professionals.


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Dialogs LA 10 President's Letter 16 General Manager's Letter 17 Opening Night Premiere Party

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Honorary Host Committee 2014

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Thank you to Patrons & Culinary/Beverage Partners

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Mayor Eric Garcetti Letter

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Councilmember Tom LaBonge Letter

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Beneficiary Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc.

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Beneficiary Bordeaux, France 26 Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell Letter

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Councilmember Curran D. Price, Jr. Letter

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United Arab Emirates, 2015 Sponsor

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Historic & Traditional Contemporary Abra Gallery 34 Altamira Fine Art 36 Abby M. Taylor Fine Art

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Alexander Gallery 39 American Legacy Fine Arts

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Blue Rain Gallery 41 Bonner David Gallery 42 Chace Alexander Gallery 44 Chris Beetles Gallery 45 David David Gallery 46 Floating World Gallery 47 Frederic Got Gallery 48 Hayden & Fandetta Booksellers

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Impressions Oriental 50 Historicana 51 Gallery at 445 Park

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Guarisco Gallery 53 The Hunt Gallery 54

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Lawrence Fine Art 55 Lotton Gallery 56 Maxwell Alexander Gallery 57 Masterworks Fine Art 58 McColl Fine Art 59 M.S. Rau Antiques 60 Mingjia / Coco Gallery 61 Nanjing Yuhaua Union 63 The Reel Poster Gallery 64 Rehs Galleries, Inc. 65 Schiller & Bodo European Paintings

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Simard Bilodeau Galerie 68 Stephanie's Art Gallery, Inc.

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Steven's Fine Art 70 Sullivan Goss An American Gallery

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Trotter Galleries 74 Trustwin Inc. 75 Quest Fine Art 76 Queen Fine Arts 77 William A. Karges Fine Art

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Willow Gallery 79

Modern & Contemporary 186 Projects 81 Ace Gallery 82 Art All Ways 84 Arcadia Contemporary 86 ArtĂŞria Gallery 87 Artside Gallery 88 Axiom Contemporary 90 CM2 Space 91 Century Guild 92 Cais Gallery 94

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Cavalier Galleries 96 Cumberland Gallery 97 Coagula Curatorial 98 Chung Jark Gallery 100 Contessa Gallery 102 Da Xiang Art Space 104 Denis Bloch Fine Art 106 East Art Center 108 Erik Thomsen 110 F.L. Braswell Fine Art 111 Fresh Paint Gallery 112 Gallery G-77 113 The G2 Gallery 114 Gallery IHN 116 Galerie Wolfsen 118 Gana Art Gallery 120 Galeria Moro 122 Gallery Tableau 123 Il Castello Plaia & Bardi Gallery

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Jack Rutberg Fine Arts

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Johyun Gallery 128 Jordan Faye Contemporary

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Khalifa Gallery 130 K+Y Gallery 132 Lawrence Cantor Fine Art 133 Leehwaik Gallery 134 Les Enfants Du Paradis 135 Leslie Smith Gallery 136 Luo Art Space 137 Lurie Gallery 138 Me Art Gallery 139 The McLoughlin Gallery 140 Michael Borghi Fine Art 142 Modernbook Gallery 143

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Mojo Gallery 144 New Gallery on Old Bailey

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Other Criteria 146 Park Ryu Sook Gallery 147 Paul Fisher Gallery 148 Paul Stolper Gallery 149 Paik Hae Young Gallery 150 Phoenix Art Palace 152 Praxis International Art 153 PYO Gallery 154 Studio 26 Gallery 155 RJD Gallery 156 Susan Teller Gallery 158 Ten472 Contemporary Art 159 Tally Beck Contemporary 160 Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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Tobey C. Moss Gallery 164 The Valentine Ryabov Gallery

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Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art

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Vimm Gallery 167 Villa Del Arte Galleries

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Walter Wickiser Gallery 170 Watanabe Fine Art 171 Waterhouse & Dodd 172 William Siegal Gallery 174 Winterowd Fine Art 176 Whitestone Gallery 178 Young Art Gallery 179 YY Gallery 180 Zoom-Yekang Gallery 181


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Littletopia - curated by Red Truck Red Truck Gallery 183 Breeze Block Gallery 184 La Luz de Jesus Gallery

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Spoke Art 186 Last Rites Gallery 187 Sloan Fine Art 188 Roq La Rue Gallery 189 Thinkspace Gallery 190 Varnish Fine Art 191 Fifty24MX Gallery 192 New Eye- ACCD Projects 193

Project Spaces La Casona Gallery 195 Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts

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J Compton Gallery 197 Paralelo Gallery 198

IFPDA Fine Print Tolman Collection of Tokyo

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Kleinprint 201 Stoney Road Press 202 Tobey C. Moss Gallery 203 Verne Collection 204 Vintage Poster Exhibitors

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Special Exhibitions & Participating Organizations World Capital Market - Breathing Installation

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Hues of China 214 An Artist and his Volvo

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Building Bridges Art Foundation

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TABLE OF CONTENTS California Art Club 232 Zhang Yu Installation 234 Los Angles Art Asscociation (LAAA) / Gallery 825

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Launch LA 240 Gil Garcetti: Paris Women & Bicyles

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Cheech Marin: The Chincano Collection

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France Los Angeles Residency Exchange (FLARE)

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Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA)

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Korea Connection 252 Art Museum of the Americas (AMA)

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James Magni 255 Guatemala: Treasures of the Maya Spirit

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2014 Media Partners & Other Participants Media Partners 264 Opening Night Culinary & Beverage Sponsors

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Other Participants 334 Upcoming Shows 344

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The Big Melt: The Absolute Metamorphosis of the Art World Over the Last Twenty-Five Years and Into the Future

In the 70s the avant-garde was tiny - every night in New York, they could fit into the famous nightclub "Max's Kansas City." It was a gathering spot for musicians, poets, artists and politicians. Today, the innovators for arts and culture reach across nations. One can see art's new economic influence everywhere. The art world is not only bigger, but is rapidly changing. Many "alternative art" economies throughout the world are burgeoning. Some include: street art, online art, high tech art, and crafts gone wild. This is just a glimpse of the topic to be discussed.

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Art + Architecture: Building Museums for the Future

Designing a public art collection space can be a complicated task. The building alone can be an artwork in itself, a world icon drawing millions. Yet to stand the tests of time, and to reflect the community and the collection it serves, it must house works of perpetuity and incorporate room for growth. This intriguing dialog will explore how many different institutions are tackling these challenges and building museums of the future.

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James Magni: Magni Modernism

Join James Magni, the designer of the LA Art Show VIP lounge, Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Designer, and Robb Report’s Top 40 Interior Designers worldwide, for an illustrated conversation about how light and design, art and spirituality, have inspired and shaped his 25-year career. Magni Design is sought after by contemporary art collectors from the US, Mexico, and Moscow. He has worked with Eugenio Lopez from the famed Jumex collection as well as several Moca Board members. His highly sophisticated, modern homes are beautifully captured in his new book, Magni Modernism. Book signing to follow lecture.

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Rediscovering Andy: A Hidden Treasure Trove of Warhol’s Most Prolific Work

Andy Warhol exhibited his photographs in a gallery only once. It was in 1987, just three weeks before his untimely death. From his early use of a Times Square photo booth, to the "Polaroid Big Shot" used at his studio "The Factory," photography was at the core of Warhol's creative process. Warhol's photography, however, lacked widespread institutional support until collector James Hedges began amassing the world's largest private collection of Warhol's photos and exhibiting the works at galleries around the world during the past few years. This intriguing history will detail why these works fell overlooked and underappreciated, and how, during the past decade, the market for such has greatly intensified.

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The Impact and Evolution of Latin American Art in the United States

A panel discussion of some leading Latin American art experts presenting the impact, importance, and evolution of Latin American art in the United States. Some panel members include: Andres Navia, Director of Art Museum of the Americas, representatives from MOCA Los Angeles, the Museum of Latin American Art, and Dermis de Leon, a Cuban Curator currently working in Germany, among others. Moderated by Marisa Caichiolo, President of Building Bridges Art Foundation.

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Art and Technology Combine to Bring Van Gogh’s Vision to Life

In a letter to his brother Theo, dated December 1882, Vincent Van Gogh wrote about a plan for making “prints for the people.” Over a hundred years later, the Van Gogh Museum of Amsterdam, in association with Fujifilm Belgium, has made Van Gogh’s vision a reality.

Limited Editions of great masterpieces have been certified by the Museum with a technology that will change the world of art as we know it. This fascinating panel discussion is sure to arouse your curiosity and wet your palette.

5:30 FEATURED PROGRAM: The "Hues of China" artists and industry pm leaders behind China's contemporary art scene In recent years, China’s contemporary art scene has flourished in recent years, and is now well known throughout the world. In partnership with the LA Art Show, the National Base for International Cultural Trade in Shanghai, will present this special exhibition on Chinese Contemporary art. Hues of China will be comprised of three elements: the power of the emerging generation, the state of Chinese ceramics, and a selection of elite art galleries. The program will also include a lecture featuring leading Chinese artist He Gong and prominent artist, ceramic collector, and gallery owner, Heliang Qi. 12


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Jewels: A Retrospective by Janet Zapata Janet Zapata, independent scholar and museum consultant specializ-

ing in jewelry and silver, discusses her work as a gem specialist, historian and author of The Jewelry and Enamels of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1993); The Art of Zadora America’s Fabergé(1999); The Jeweled Menagerie (2001) and The Jeweled Garden (2006) with Suzanne Tennenbaum; Seaman Schepps: A Century of New York Jewelry Design (2004) with Amanda Vaill; and Symphony of Jewels: The Art of Anna Hu (2012). Book signing to follow lecture.

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Los Angeles Contemporary Modernism in Pacific Standard Time, the International Impact of the 2011 Getty Art Museum Exhibition and What Comes Next!

This panel will showcase primary experts on the origination and future of art and artists of California. Gallery Owner Tobey C. Moss; Andrew Perchuk, Deputy Director of the Getty Research Institute; and Peter Frank, Curator and Critic will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the art movement over the last several decades.

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The Power of Beautifully Dressed Parisian Women - on Bicycles

Photographer, television producer, university lecturer, and former Los Angeles County District Attorney, Gil Garcetti, will share with us how his photography and political career have allowed him to explore urban areas watching the influence of bicycle riders and bike sharing programs as ways of alleviating traffic congestion, improving one’s health, and helping make our air a bit cleaner.

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FEATURE PROGRAM: Treasures of the Mayan Spirit Museo Maya de América: Celebrating and Conserving the Archeological and Ethnographic Treasures of Guatemala

The Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show will debut Treasures of the Maya Spirit, the world’s most comprehensive exhibition of Maya art and ethnography featuring more than 150 ancient cultural treasures from the Classic Period of Maya civilization and Maya ritual art. Fernando Piaz, President of La Ruta Maya, will discuss the museum’s development as well as the national and international importance of celebrating and preserving the rich history and culture of the Maya in Guatemala.

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New American Regionalism

Kenton Nelson, artist and author of Rhyme and Reason, Prose and Cons, and Present Tense will discuss New American Regionalism.

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An Insider’s Guide to Art Biennales

Itala Schmelz, Curator, Biennale di Venezia – Mexico; Chinese artist and Venice Biennale participant Zhang Yu; and Argentine artist and Beijing Biennale participant, Andrea Juan.

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This panel explores the cultural and economic impact of the world’s most significant art biennales, featuring biennale organizers and artists from Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

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Will L.A. Reclaim Its title As “The Mural Capital of the World?”

The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA) along with select specialists address the current mural resurgence in Los Angeles that will help transform the city’s visual landscape for generations to come. Panelists will discuss and debate just how Los Angeles, its citizens and visitors, will benefit from the establishment of the new Mural Ordinance law.

3:30 The Expression of Contemporary Ink Painting pm Chinese Artist and Venice Biennale participant, Zhang Yu will give a brief introduction of the history of Chinese Ink painting from the 3rd century to the 21st century, and the development of Chinese contemporary art since 1985 to the present.

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Whether you are a seasoned collector or merely an admirer of the arts, we are certain that the LA Art Show will provide you with a special experience in the world of Modern, Contemporary, Historic and Traditional Art. We have created the most diverse Art Show in the world. The Modern and Contemporary galleries of LA ART SHOW represent the present and future of Art and Art Collecting. The “Old Masters” were the upstarts of their time period and a few of today’s artists are sure to be the Old Masters of the future. Art has always been at the forefront of society, bravely going where others feared to tread, whether it was the use of color, texture, composition or materials, artists have always pushed the envelope. It takes a discerning eye and measure of courage to embrace and appreciate the new and the different and today’s collectors are a brave and appreciative crowd. A show of this magnitude requires coordinated efforts from a myriad of people, and I wish to thank my entire team, whose dedication and hard work made this show possible. I am grateful to all our new participants and to the many great galleries that return each year who travel here so that we may enjoy their spectacular works of art. The LA Art Show is proud to serve as a vehicle for today’s artist to be showcased and displayed. Our guests are provided the opportunity to enjoy a unique assortment of creative expression from all corners of the globe. I am proud to welcome you to the 19th edition of the LA Art Show and to celebrate the fertile efforts of the human mind. Enjoy the Show!

Scott Diament President/CEO Palm Beach Show Group

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LA ART SHOW 2014 Welcome to the 19th annual LA Art Show, which, like its eponymous city, brings you a vibrant mix of exhibitors from across the nation and throughout the world. Featuring over 140 international and domestic galleries hailing from 22 countries and 18 states, this year’s fair represents our broadest sampling of art to date. As a perfect complement to our diverse roster, this year’s beneficiary, Sister Cities of Los Angeles, is dedicated to building strong international relationships through cultural and educational exchanges, economic partnerships, and humanitarian assistance. Together, we celebrate the ability of great art to create a common language that communicates the artist’s unique message across borders and beyond politics. Along with great galleries and spectacular installations, I am extremely proud of the fascinating discussions we have developed for you. Our Dialogs LA programs, with subjects from Van Gogh to Warhol and speakers such as Anthony Haden Guest, James Magni, and Zhang Yu, will be delving into topics that explore the sometimes contentious and universally intriguing intersections between art & architecture, technology & tradition, regionalism & globalism, and public art & private space. I would like to thank our incredible host committee, sponsors, media partners, and staff for their dedication and tireless efforts to help the fair grow and thrive. I am especially grateful to our exhibitors, who do the hard work, everyday, searching out talent and presenting the very best art in their booths. Finally, I thank our attendees, who buy and appreciate art and are the element that ultimately decides the success of all our endeavors. Together, we have made the LA Art Show the longest running and largest art show in the western United States. Sincerely,

Kim Martindale General Manager/Partner LA Art Show

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Benefiting Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc. and their program, Bordeaux-Los Angeles: A 50 Year Partnership


Wednesday, January 15 Patron Reception: 7–8 PM Opening Night Premiere Party: 8–11 PM Los Angeles Convention Center / South Hall 1201 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015

Wednesday, January 15 Patron Reception:

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Bordeaux-Los Angeles: A 50 Year Partnership Official Launch: 8 PM Opening Night Premiere Party:

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honorary host committee 2014 Mayor Eric Garcetti

Thomas Morgan

Councilmember Tom LaBonge

Mona Lee Nesseth

Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr.

Esthella Provas

Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell

Mima & Dale Ransom

Ambassador François Delattre

Wayne Ratkovich

Mayor Alain Juppé

Tim Robbins

Consul General Axel Cruau

Eugene Sadovoy

Molly Barnes

Dr. Bruce & Susan Samuels

Suzanne Deal Booth

Boyd S. Smith

Vicangelo Bulluck

Michael & Terri Smooke

Jonathan & Annie Burrows

Lauren & Steve Spilman

Tony & Cindy Canzoneri

Tim Street-Porter

George Chakiris

Elinor & Rubin Turner

Harry Chandler

Valaree & Robert Wahler

Jill Tavelman Collins

Billie Milam Weisman

Lily Collins

Zheng Wen

Dr. James Cuno

Ruth & Hutton Wilkinson

Julie Delpy

Sue Wong

Gabrielle, Duchess of Schoeneberg

Ernest Wooden, Jr.

Olga Garay-English

Adele Yoshioka

Sukey & Gil Garcetti Jay Geller Tom Gilmore Barbara & Glenn Golenberg Michael Govan Janice & Charles Holland Elliott & Adrienne Horwitch Jennifer Howell Beatriz Hyp Annie Kelly Nancy Kwan Helen Lewis Kai Loebach Natasha & Cheech Marin

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January 15, 2013

Dear Friends, On behalf of the City of Los Angeles, I welcome you to the 19th Annual Los Angeles Art Show and the Inaugural Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show. This event attracts over 150 prestigious galleries and dealers from around the globe to our city and helps quench L.A.’s thirst for beauty and creativity. I extend my congratulations to the show’s organizers Scott Diament and Kim Martindale for making this event a reality. They have helped make this event a vital part of Los Angeles’ cultural landscape. In addition to enjoying the wonderful collections of modern, contemporary, historical and traditional art, jewelry, and antiques, I encourage you to explore L.A.’s world renowned attractions at enjoy all the city has to offer. Enjoy the show and my best wishes for a memorable and successful event. Sincerely,

ERIC GARCETTI Mayor

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Greetings Friends! I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of the guests and exhibitors attending the 19th Annual Los Angeles Art Show and the Inaugural Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show. For 19 years, the LA Art Show has delivered the broadest spectrum of art from across the globe to Los Angeles' diverse and engaged collector base. The Los Angeles Art Show, created by KR Martindale Show Management and FADA, is the longest running venue for contemporary, modern, historic and traditional art in the country. Los Angeles is proud to host these events, drawing tens of thousands of guests to view magnificent works of art, listen to engaging lectures, and meet art enthusiasts from all over the world. This annual milestone in the art community Greetings Friends! features more than 150 international exhibitors and is an important economic generator for California and the art world.

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drawing tens of thousands of guests to view magnificent works of art, listen to engaging lectures, Thank you for all of your support to our community, and let us welcome all of our international and meet art enthusiasts from all over the world. This annual milestone in the art community visitors together. You are all truly Angels in the City of Angels! features more than 150 international exhibitors and is an important economic generator for California and the art world. Sincerely, This year’s LA Art Show holds a special place in my heart as the Patron Reception is the kickoff event for the 50th Sister Cities Anniversary between the City of Los Angeles and the City of Bordeaux in France. In 2014, the City of Los Angeles and Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc., a TOM LaBONGE 501(c)(3) non-profit people-to-people organization, are producing a year-long cultural arts Councilmember, Fourth District exchange Bordeaux-Los Angeles: A 50 Year Partnership. This program, taking place Cityprogram, of Los Angeles in both cities, not only promotes cultural tourism in Los Angeles, but helps reaffirm Los Angeles’ role as a center of arts and culture in the world with its famed institutions. Thank you for all of your support to our community, and let us welcome all of our international visitors together. You are all truly Angels in the City of Angels! Sincerely,

TOM LaBONGE Councilmember, Fourth District City of Los Angeles

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ART IN A GLASS The Bordeaux wine growing region is situated in the South West of France.In addition to being famous for its wines, the region also offers a rich cultural and architectural heritage. The city of Bordeaux, the Saint-Emilion village and vineyards, the citadel of Blaye and the Gironde estuary are all classified UNESCO world heritage sites. The beauty of the region, its unique landscape and exceptional architecture are reflected in each and every glass of Bordeaux wine. The region’s typical climate conditions and rich soil combined with mild rainy winters and warm dry summers, plus wine growing know-how, make Bordeaux wines unique. Wine was already made in Bordeaux under the Romans. Today, the Bordeaux vineyards produce various colours and styles of wines: Dry red and white wines, sweet and sparkling whites, and still and sparkling, rosés. Bordeaux is home to the internationally renowned

grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and Sémillon. The Bordeaux producers, whose work is reflective of skillful artists, perfectly master the art of blending fine wines. Under 60 different AOC’s, 7,800 wine estates produce on average 145 million gallons per year. Bordeaux accounts for 25% of the total French AOC surface area; around 1.5% of the world’s AOC surface area. In 2012 Bordeaux wines were sold for an approximate value of 6.1 billion dollars.

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The 2014 LA Art Show Opening Night Premiere Party will be the occasion to start celebrating the 50th anniversary of the city partnership between the sister cities Los Angeles and Bordeaux. Join us in experiencing Bordeaux’s «art in a glass» and enjoy many of Bordeaux’s 60 different wine appellations. In June 2014, the city of Los Angeles will be the Guest of honour at «Bordeaux fête le vin» the world famous Bordeaux Wine Festival.

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LA ART SHOW 2015 UN I TED A R A B E M I R A TES FE A TURED G UEST COUNTR Y

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is honored to participate in the upcoming LA ART SHOW 2015 as the Featured Guest Country. The UAE will curate a special exhibition that will showcase some of the country’s top contemporary artists and highlight the nation as an international hub for culture and art. Throughout the UAE, there is an exciting new array of museums, art shows, and galleries that celebrates the nation’s rich cultural heritage, as well as displays of diverse international art.

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the Cultural District of Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi will be home to several stunning architectural and cultural icons including, the Sheikh Zayed National Museum, a world class performing arts center, and outposts of world renowned museums the Guggenheim and the Louvre. Dubai, meanwhile, is emerging as an important destination for artistic institutions, dealers and collectors, all looking for art with a fresh – and distinctly global – twist. Sharjah is another prominent cultural center, featuring over 20 museums and the Sharjah Biennial, which fosters cultural collaboration and opportunity for artists and exhibitors. In addition to government investment, the UAE’s developing arts and culture scene is being driven at the grassroots level by local trailblazers who have opened dozens of independent galleries in recent years. Founded in 1971, the UAE is a federation of seven city-states (or emirates), located in the heart of the Arabian Gulf. Originally home to small fishing towns and a Bedouin people, Emiratis have forged a distinct national identity that combines the traditional with the modern. This unique identity, and vision for an even better future, will be captured in the work of local artists that will be exhibited at the 2015 LA Art Show.

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Hessam Abrishami The Neighbor’s Dog and Us, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 59 x 39 inches

Hessam Abrishami Sensation of the Moment, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 30 x 40 inches

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ABRA Gallery 30941 Agoura Road. #310 Westlake Village, CA 91361 T 818 889 2272 E Info@AbraGallery.com AbraGallery.com

ABRA Gallery

Established in 2002, the ABRA Gallery has been an important source of Middle Eastern contemporary art and has held regular exhibitions showcasing the top emerging artists from the region. Our aim is to bring the East art market closer to the West and showcase the future stars in today’s market. We are honored and privileged to work with so many avant-garde artists whose work are compelling, soulful and unique.

Hessam Abrishami Untitled 833, 2011 Acrylic on canvas 72 x 48 inches

Hessam Abrishami Young, 2010 Acrylic on board 30 x 24 inches

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Mark D. Tarrant 172 Center Street Jackson, WY 83001 T 307 739 4700 E connect@altamiraart.com altamiraart.com 7038 E. Main Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251 T 480 949 1256 E az@altamiraart.com STAFF Dean Munn Katherine E. Harrington

Altamira Fine Art in Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, represents preeminent Western Contemporary artists and specializes in the work of Fritz Scholder.

Ed Mell Storm Cloud, 2013 Oil on Canvas 60 x 60 Inches

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ARTISTS Fritz Scholder R. Tom Gilleon John Nieto Billy Schenck Ed Mell Ted Waddell Glenn Dean Dan Namingha Rocky Hawkins Greg Woodard Howard Post Dennis Ziemienski Arlo Namingha Duke Beardsley September Vhay Steve Kestrel Mary Roberson Donna Howell-Sickles Travis Walker

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Fritz Scholder New Mexico #40, 1966 Oil on canvas 71 x 71 Inches

Bill Schenck True Romance State II. 2013 Oil on canvas 60 x 50 Inches

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Abby M. Taylor Fine Art

Abby Taylor 32 E. 67th Street New York, NY 10065 43 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 T 203 622 0906 C 203 216 308 8 E info@amtfineart.com amtfineart.com

Abby M. Taylor Fine Art LLC maintains an inventory of exceptional American and European paintings and sculpture. The gallery has an extensive inventory of investment quality works by established artists from different art movements with a focus on the growth sector of the market.

Fernand Leger Composition Murale, 1950 Gouache with brush and ink on paper 24 ¾ x 17 ¾ inches Initialed lower right: F.L. Authenticated by Nadia Léger on the reverse

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Alexander Gallery 115 E. 72nd Street, Suite 1B New York, NY 10021 T 212 472 1636 E somers@alexandergallery.com alexandergallery.com

alexander Gallery

Alexander Gallery exhibits important 18th and 19th Century American Paintings and historical items, 15th through 19th Century European Paintings, and Oriental works.

Charles Bosseron Chambers (1882-1964) Portrait of Clara Bow Oil on canvas 32 x 46 inches

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American legacy fine Arts

American Legacy Fine Arts By Private Appointment 949 Linda Vista Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103 T 626 577 7733 E info@americanlegacyfinearts.com americanlegacyfinearts.com

American Legacy Fine Arts offers the finest in contemporary-traditional paintings and sculpture created by today's leading artists. The gallery represents Peter Adams, BĂŠla BĂĄcsi, Peter Brooke, George Gallo, David C. Gallup, Jean LeGassick, Jeremy Lipking, Eric Merrell, Stephen Mirich, Alexander V. Orlov, Tony Peters, Daniel W. Pinkham, Scott W. Prior, Mian Situ, Christopher Slatoff, Tim Solliday, Alexey Steele, William Stout and Jove Wang.

Peter Adams Pools Above Sturtevant Falls, San Gabriel Mountains Oil on panel 40 x 30 inches

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Blue Rain Gallery 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite C Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 954 9902 E info@blueraingallery.com blueraingallery.com

Blue Rain Gallery

For twenty years, Blue Rain Gallery has represented well-established, contemporary fine artists of diverse backgrounds working in a variety of mediums such as paintings, glass, and bronze. Our artists create superb artworks that combine innovation with an eye for refinement.

Tony Abeyta Untitled Charcoal and ink wash on Belgium paper 59 x 80 inches

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Michael Carson The Chair, 2013 Oil on panel 30 x 40 inches

Max Hammond Pluckish Angel, 2013 Oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches

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Bonner David 7040 East Main Street Scottsdale, AZ 85251 T 480 941 8500 E christi@bonnerdavid.com Bonnerdavid.com

Bonner David gallery

Dedicated to representing the finest contemporary art, Bonner David Galleries seeks to educate collectors about a wide variety of media and assist them in building unique collections. From the best in hyper-realism, to distinguished figuratives and the most distinctive abstracts, BDG exhibits a whole spectrum of popular artists collected around the globe.

Quim Bove G Abstraction, 2012 Mixed media 36 x 48 inches

Nate Ronniger Lust for Life, 2013 Oil on linen 22 x 22 inches

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chace alexander gallery

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119 Australian Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33480 T 561 267 0217 E jckkjr@gmail.com


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Chris Beetles Gallery 8 & 10 Ryder Street London, SW1Y 6QB T +44 20 7839 7551 E gallery@chrisbeetles.com chrisbeetles.com

Chris Beetles Gallery

The Chris Beetles Gallery is one of London’s most popular commercial art galleries. It specializes in traditional British watercolour, illustration, cartoons, oil painting and sculpture.

John William North, ARA HRSW RWS RWA, 1842-1924 Under the Vine, Algiers Watercolor and body color on paper 24 ½ x 32 ½ inches Signed and dated 1880

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David David Gallery

Carl David 260 S. 18th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 T 215 735 2922 F 215 735 4244 info@daviddavidgallery.com daviddavidgallery.com

The David David Gallery, established in 1910, is now in its 4th generation. Located in the historic Rittenhouse Square District of Philadelphia; we specialize in American and European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculptures of the 17th-21st centuries.

Maurice Braun Southern California Landscape, 1915 Oil on canvas 25 x 30 inches (image) 33 x 37 inches (framed) Signed Lower Right Pristine Condition Provenance: Redfern Galleries, Laguna CA Private Collection, New Jersey Mark Borghi Fine Art, New York Private Collection Philadelphia

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Floating World Gallery 1925 N. Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60614 T 312 587 7800 F 312 575 3565 E artwork@floatingworld.com floatingworld.com

Floating World Gallery

Floating World Gallery Ltd. specializes in Japanese prints and paintings from the late 17th century to the present. We are one of the world’s leading dealers in Japanese art with more than 25 years of experience, offering private collectors and institutions the highest quality works of art.

Ito Shinsui, 1898-1972 A Passing Rain, 1917 Medium color woodblock print 17 ½ x 12 inches

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frederic got gallery

Gallery Frederic Got 37 Rue De Seine 75006 Paris, France T +33635423215 E contact@fredericgot.com fredericgot.com

Frederic Got specializes in contemporary art: original sculpture in bronze, original paintings, and photos.

Jacques Le Bescond Epsilon Bronze, Limited Edition

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John-Peter Hayden, Jr. David J. Fandetta 410 Park Avenue, Suite 1500 New York, NY 10022 T 212 582 2505 E info@haydenandfandetta.com haydenandfandetta.com

Hayden & Fandetta Booksellers

International dealers who specialize in books about art, antiques, interior design, children’s books, illustrated, and Art Deco. A bookbinder/conservator is on staff to offer clients complete restoration and bookbinding services.

Gerdts Art Across America Two Centuries of Regional Painting 1710-1920. New York:1990. The classic three volume set chronicles American painting with more than 800 artists represented by nearly 1,000 illustrations.

MEMBERS Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America International League of Antiquarian Booksellers CINOA

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impressions oriental

Samual Liu 927 Canada Court City of Industry, CA 91748 T 626 839 9998 E samliu89@hotmail.com aicef.com

The American Impressions Oriental Art Gallery acquires and collects paintings and other artwork of modern Chinese artists. We promote collector exposure and provide a trading platform for such art. Our mission is to promote cultural exchanges between East and West, and help Chinese artists gain recognition in the world.

Mr. Xu, Li The Blessing Chinese art paper 180 x 97 cm

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Irvin Ungar 1200 Edgehill Drive Burlingame, CA 94010 T 650 343 9578 F 650 579 6014 C 650 520 7171 E ungar@historicana.com szyk.com

Historicana

Historicana specializes in Arthur Szyk, an early 20th-century Polish-American artist acclaimed for his miniatures, illuminated texts, and compelling antiNazi propaganda illustrations. We feature his wide range of works including Americana and Judaica. Since 1987 we have placed historically and aesthetically significant pieces in museums and private collections worldwide.

Arthur Szyk, 1894-1951 Key to French Africa, 1942 Watercolor and gouache on paper 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches

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gallery at 445 park

Brian Roughton 445 Park Avenue New York, NY 10022 T 212 486 3500 E brianr@ha.com

Gallery at 445 Park presents a special retrospective collection of works from the Mabel Alvarez (1891-1995) Estate. This incredible group of paintings, drawing and watercolors selected from the Glenn Bassett collection further validates Mabel Alvarez as one of California’s most important artists and hidden treasures.

Mabel Alvarez, 1891-1985 Estate Collection collage

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Laura Guarisco 1120 22nd Street NW. Washington, D.C. 20037 T 202 333 8533 T 800 426 3747 E guariscogallery@guariscogallery.com guariscogallery.com

Guarisco Gallery

Important 19th and 20th century European and American Paintings and Sculpture.

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, b. 1935 French Deux femmes devant la port, 1964 Oil on canvas 39 ½ x 32 inches Signed lower left

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The Hunt Gallery

Rosemary Hunt 33 Strand Street Sandwich, Kent CT13 9DS United Kingdom T +44 1304 612792 F +44 1227 722287 E info@thehuntgallery.com thehuntgallery.com

Original paintings of traditional interiors and landscapes by Michael John Hunt.

Michael John Hunt, b. 1941 Wynkoop Parlor Acrylic on canvas 34 x 34 inches

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Lawrence Fine Art 37 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937 T 631 604 5525 C 516 547 8965 E lawrencefinearts8@gmail.com lawrence-fine-arts.com

Lawrence Fine Art

Lawrence Fine Art specializes in Contemporary and Historic-Modern Art, always with an eye to quality. We work with our clients, be they collectors, decorators, institutions or just someone looking to enjoy fine art, to find the right work either from our extensive inventory or our secondary contacts. We are always interested in buying quality works.

Arthur Pinajian Untitled #4433, 1960 Overlook Mountain Series Oil on canvas 25 x 34 inches

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Lotton Gallery

Lotton Gallery 900 N. Michigan Avenue Level 6 Chicago, IL 60611 T 312 664 6203 E glass@lottongallery.com lottongallery.com

Established in Chicago in 1998, Lotton Gallery proudly represents some of the finest living artists from around the world offering a range of styles and genres. Also specializing in hand-blown glass by the Lotton family of glass artists, three generations strong with Grandfather Charles at the helm creating distinctive one-of-a-kind pieces.

Tang Wei Min The Silk Road II, 2012 Oil on canvas 16 x 12 inches

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Beau Alexander 6144 W. Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 T 310 839 9242 E info@maxwellalexandergallery.com maxwellalexandergallery.com

maxwell alexander gallery

Maxwell Alexander Gallery specializes in tightly curated exhibitions, featuring the top artists from each genre. The all star exhibitions range from representational figurative to modern western, focusing on the highest standards in fine art. Maxwell Alexander Gallery is the premier destination for Contemporary Realism and Modern Western art on the West Coast.

Logan Maxwell Hagege Between the Sage and the Sky Oil on linen 40 x 60 inches

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Masterworks fine art

Robert Ubillus-Adelman 13470 Campus Drive Oakland, CA 94619 T 510 777 9970 T 800 805 7060 E Rob@masterworksfineart.com Masterworksfineart.com

Established since 1973 in San Francisco’s East Bay, Masterworks Fine Art services private collectors, dealers, and museums all over the world. Specializing in 16th to 20th Century Masters, an important aspect of our continued success is that our clients are treated as family with full access to Masterworks market expertise, curatorial knowledge, and excellent service. We exhibit etchings, woodcuts, lithographs, linocuts, serigraphs, screenprints, and ceramics from artists such as Chagall, Durer, Matisse, Miro, Renoir, Picasso, and Warhol.

Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973 Large Corrida Bird, 1953 Madoura turned vase of white earthenware clay with decoration in engobes and paraffin (red, black), partial brushed glaze 22 7/16 x 17 15/16 x 15 11/16 inches From the edition of 25, this ceramic is stamped with the ‘Madoura Plein Feu’ and ‘Empreinte Originale De Picasso’ pottery stamps on the bottom.

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McColl Fine Art 126 Cottage Place Charlotte, NC 28207 T 704 333 5983 F 704 333 5816 E info@mccollfineart.com mccollfineart.com

mCcoll fine art

Located in Charlotte, NC, McColl Fine Art specializes in fine American and European paintings, with a primary focus on select works from the 19th and early 20th Centuries as well as Classical Contemporary works of art. We offer works of exceptional quality from periods including the Barbizon School, the Hudson River School, Academic painting, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.

Nicholas Hiltner, b. 1982 American Clear Sky, Catskills Oil on linen board 60 x 52 inches Frame Dimensions: 71 ½ x 63 inches

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M.S. Rau Antiques

Bill Rau 630 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 T 800 544 9440 E info@rauantiques.com rauantiques.com

M.S. Rau Antiques specializes in rare antiques, fine art and important jewels.

William Adolphe Bouguereau La Bouquetiere, 1899 Oil on canvas Canvas: 27 ¾ x 22 ⅛ inches Frame: 37 ¾ x 32 ¾ inches Signed: W-Bouguereau-1899

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Lv Ying Room 109 Bldg 4B No. 50 Road Moganshan Shanghai, China 200060 T +8615802188338 E cocoart@vip.163.com cocoartgallery.com

Mingjia/Coco Gallery

Coco Contemporary art gallery is located in Shanghai’s largest contemporary art community M50 Creative Park. We are committed to providing a stage for emerging artists. Through various activities to promote local contemporary art internationally, and to help the Western audiences to appreciate Chinese contemporary art.

Chen Jiu Fall #2, 2013 Ink on rice paper 27 x 51 feet

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Yuan Ge 7 Tongren Xi St. Zhujiang Road Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210008, China T +1 626 5375560 E ge.yuan.317128@gmail.com

nanjing yuhaua union

Rain flower stones formed 2.5-1.5 million years ago. Chinese landscape painting is prevalent in China for 1400 years. This kind of stone has been the primogeniture of abstract art, wordless world and sounds of nature, and Chinese landscape painting contains beauty of texture, line and color. Together, the two arts mix dreams with reality.

Ding Fenglong Withered Vine, Old Tree, Crows at Dust Yuhua Stone 2 x 1 â…— inches

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the reel poster Gallery

Bruce Marchant T +44 0 7970846703 E info@reelposter.com reelposter.com

The Reel Poster Gallery deals only in the very best original vintage film posters and original artworks from around the world. The gallery has been established for over twenty years and has published many books on the subject. By appointment only in central London, UK.

Roger Soubie, 1898-1984 French A Day at The Races / Un Jour Aux Courses, 1937 63 x 47 inches

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Lance J. Rehs 5 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 T 212 355 5710 C 516 633 4854 E lance@rehs.com rehs.com

Rehs Galleries, inc.

Specializing in 19th, 20th & 21st century works of art. With a focus on French & British Academic, Realist, and Barbizon paintings.

Tony South, b. 1964 Papa Was A... Oil and acrylic on canvas 34 x 46 inches Signed and dated 2013

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Jules Breton Young Mother nursing her Child Courrières, 1873 Oil on linen 17 ⅞ x 12 ¾ inches

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Lisa Schiller and Susan Bodo 120 East 65th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 772 8627 F 646 607 5588 E info@ schillerandbodo.com schillerandbodo.com

Schiller & Bodo European paintings

Schiller & Bodo specializes in European paintings from 1850 to 1950 by historically significant artists, with emphasis on French Barbizon, Academic, and Post-Impressionist paintings. Located in an elegant Manhattan townhouse, Schiller & Bodo provides the highest level of connoisseurship, scholarship, and personal service built from over 30 years of experience.

François-Joseph Luigi Loir, 1845-1916 Paris, Rue Lepic and Boulevard Clichy Oil on canvas 19 ⅞ x 25 ⅝ inches Signed lower right: Loir, Luigi

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Simard Bilodeau Galerie

Galerie Simard Bilodeau 1945 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651 T 949 376 7611 C 514 838 7299 E info@simardbilodeau.com simardbilodeau.com

Canada Galerie 7130 St. Urbain Street Suite 316 Montreal, QC H2S 3H5 Canada

Simard Bilodeau is a leading fine art gallery working with experienced and beginning art collectors in North America and Asia. Our unparalleled collection of sophisticated bronze sculptures and unique original paintings is one of America’s most impressive. We promote the exquisite work of our exceptional blue-chip artists around the world.

Ira Reines Eternal, 2013 Bronze 90 x 35 x 35 inches

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Stephanie’s Art Gallery, Inc. 466 Foothill Blvd. La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011 T 818 790 4905 E stephaniesart@yahoo.com stephaniesartgallery.com

stephanie’s art Gallery, inc.

Over the past 16 years, Stephanie’s Gallery has been involved in the business of fine art, helping individuals and foundations around the world to help build their collections of Important 19th & 20th Century American & European Painters. We have been representing the newly rediscovered artists, Arthur Pinajian since 2010 along with Jansem, Carzou & Pushman.

Arthur Pinajian, 1914-1999 Untitled, No. 3823 Oil on canvas 31 x 48 inches

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steven’s fine art

John Harvey McCracken, 1934-2011 Untitled, 1973 Oil on canvas 20 x 20 inches Signed and Dated on the Verso

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Steven's Fine Art 8450 N. 16 Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 T 602 870 3889 E Steven@StevensFineArt.com StevensFineArt.com

Steven’s fine art

Steven's Fine Art specializes in American and European Art from the Early 20th Century. We offer California Imressionist paintings, Depression Era art, New York urban scenes, New Mexico paintings and Abstract works by artists working from 1930 through the 1960’s.

Gershon Iskowitz, 1921-1988 Untitled, 1976 Oil on canvas 45 x 55 inches Signed and Dated on the Verso

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Staff: Frank Goss Jeremy Tessmer Susan Bush Nathan Vonk Representing the estates of: Anders Aldrin, Colin Campbell Cooper, Leon Dabo, Edgar Ewing, Anya Fisher, Sidney Gordin, Richard Haines, Betty Lane, Dan Lutz, Nell Brooker Mayhew, Ben Messick, and Howard Warshaw Representing: Meredith Brooks Abbott, Ken Bortolazzo, Alia El-Bermani, Jon Francis, Robin Gowen, John Nava, Angela Perko, Hank Pitcher, Nicole Strasburg, Sarah Vedder

Joseph Goldyne Waterfall VI, ND Oil and India ink on linen over panel 72 x 18 inches

Leon Dabo, NA, 1864-1960 Vase Blanc, 1937 Oil on canvas 34 x 30 inches

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7 East Anapamu Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 T 805 730 1460 sullivangoss.com

Sullivan goss An American Gallery

Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery, has represented the work of American artists for 30 years. The contributions of these artists, from the 19th century to today, can be found in our two galleries in downtown Santa Barbara, California. With an inventory of over 3,000 works, including paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints and sculptures, Sullivan Goss is the primary West Coast gallery positioned to help build private and public collections of important American art.

Hank Pitcher Point Conception Lighthouse from Government Point Oil on canvas over panel 36 x 48 inches

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Trotter Galleries

Terry and Paula Trotter Carmel: On San Carlos near 7th Paseo San Carlos Court T 831 625 3246 E trottergalleries@comcast.net trottergalleries.com

Pacific Grove: 301 Forest Avenue Across from City Hall T 831 649 3246 C 831 238 4631 Mailing: P.O. Box 3246 Carmel, CA 93921

As one of the earliest galleries to specialize in the rediscovery of California’s artistic heritage, Trotter Galleries offers 34 years of expertise in 19th and early 20th century California & American Fine Art with an emphasis on artists of the Carmel/Monterey area. Owner-operated, we are located in downtown Carmel as well as nearby Pacific Grove.

Edgar Payne, 1883-1947 Sierra Trail Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches Signed lower right

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Yingmei Lou Unit 202 No. 1 Songzhuang Xiaopu Tongzhou District Beijing 101118, China T +86 13801336235 F +86 1058767617 C 714 366 0155 E gallery@trustwinusa.com trustwinusa.com

Trustwin Inc

Guanglin Gallery is owned and operated by Trustwin Inc, and is located in Songzhuang, Beijing. The artist Li Guanglin has been devoting himself to depicting the holy land of Tibet for years. Li’s paintings lead us away from the hustle and bustle to enter a pure, holy, and solemn world.

Li Guanglin The Pious series Oil on canvas 70.8 x 55.18 inches

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quest fine art

Quest Fine Art Lee Williams & Ro Wellman 1501 India Street, Suite 120 San Diego, CA 92101 T 619 702 7695 E QuestFineArt@gmail.com QuestFineArt.com

Quest Fine Art creates a platform for emerging and established artists working in representational and abstract styles to showcase their exceptional talents. Our Fine Art Dealers, with a combined 50 years of experience, offer a myriad of services including acquisition, cataloging, appraisal, collection placement, and art handling.

Regina Lyubovnaya, b. 1972 Radiance (Still Life with Kettle and Egg) Oil on board 16 x 20 inches

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Enrique Reina 1730 NE 140th Street North Miami, FL 33181 T 305 615 0475 E sales@queenfinearts.com queenfinearts.com

queen fine arts

Our collection offers exclusive old master and 19th century paintings and sculptures as well as our extremely fine selection of impressionists, modern works and Latin American art. Our clients will also find a very select group of kinetic sculpture of great interest.

André Lhote, 1885-1962 After the Bath Oil on canvas 26 x 21 inches Provenance: Juster Gallery. New York Accompanied by the original catalogue of “The Juster Gallery” in which the painting was first acquired.

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William A. karges fine art

427 N. Canon Drive Suite 101 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 276 8551 F 310 276 7980 E wganz@kargesfineart.com kargesfineart.com

One of the preeminent dealers in California, Karges Fine Art specializes in Early California and American paintings. With galleries in both Beverly Hills and Carmel, Karges Fine Art carries one of the most historically significant inventories on the West Coast. In addition, Karges Fine Art is the exclusive dealer for paintings by Dennis Doheny.

Edgar Payne, 1883-1947 In The Canal, Chioggia, c.1923 Oil on canvas 28 X 34 inches

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Alick Forrester and Dan Seymour-Davies 40-41 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DF United Kingdom T + 44 207 9681830 C + 44 796 7028879 E enquiries@willowgallery.com willowgallery.com

Willow Gallery

Specializing in European, Modern and Impressionist paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries.

LĂŠon Augustin Lhermitte, 1844-1925 Repos, Effet de Grand Soleil, Moisonneur Endormi, Mezy 18 x 22 inches Pastel on paper Signed

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Lin Yueqi No. 4 Xi Yuan Zhi Street Xiao Zhou Cun, Hai Zhu District Guangzhou, Guangdong, China C +86 1860204 3381 E 186projects@gmail.com

186 Projects

186 Projects was founded in 2010. It’s a bridge for arts between two cultures in the U.S. and China. It introduces American contemporary art to China and brings Chinese contemporary art to the U.S. through exhibitions, art fairs, and other different art events.

Wang Dalong The Game Bronze

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ACE GALLERY Etra vit, optime inpro haci tracerei fuius es aperbit avem utus etim omnos vis, Ti. Ast re tem obus certum furesces C. Ede culicit. me conumus ciemussus egitem. Peri portemus ala re con vissa ne vid rest? quemus; noctus temove.

Phil Frost Untitled, 2013  Acrylic, spray enamel, correction fluid, ink, paper on canvas 9’ 2-¼ x 2’ x 4 inches, each panel

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Ace Gallery 5514 Wilshire Boulevard, 2nd Floor Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 935 4111  E acegallery@acegallery.net acegallery.net

Ace gallery

Ace Gallery has a history of installing museum level exhibitions. The gallery’s exhibition program balances a selection of emerging and mid-career artists who have become fully established over the last fifty years.

Gary Lang Thirteentwo, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 72 inch diameter

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Jay Mark Johnson Siem Reap #3 (detail image), 2012 Archival pigment, paper, aluminum 25 x 161 inches Edition 1/9

Trygve Faste Protoform Pink Blue Orange, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 62 x 75 x 6.5 inches

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Art All Ways Hoojung Lee/James Hopkins 1244 S. St. Andrews Place Los Angeles, CA 90019 T 323 806 3833 C 323 449 2451 E HoojungLee@icloud.com

Art all ways

With a vision of global influence, Art All Ways, Inc. assists the needs of fine art collectors by consulting, curating and educating. Simultaneously, we cultivate emerging & well-established mid-career artists throughout Asia & America via exhibitions, marketing and “artist-in-residence� programs.

Justin Bower Moment of Collision, 2013 Oil on canvas 11 x 9 Feet

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Arcadia contemporary

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

Arcadia Contemporary is dedicated to showing representational artists whose works display a high level of skill combined with a unique, signature style.

Eric Pedersen An Untitled Painting of Vikki Sleeping Oil on canvas 112 x 78 inches

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Geneviève Lévesque 625 Shefford Street Bromont, QC J2L 1C2, Canada T 450 577 3101 E genevieve@arteriagallery.com arteriagallery.com

Artêria Gallery

Artêria represents emerging artists as well as those in mid-career. Whether through painting, photography, sculpture, or glass, the gallery promotes bold works of high artistic quality by the new contemporary movement.

Maryline Lemaitre Ce bout du monde, 2013 Mixed medium on canvas 40 x 40 inches

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artside gallery

Dongjea Lee 33 Tongui-Dong, Jongno-Gu Seoul, Korea 110-040 T + 82 (0) 2 725 1020 F + 82 (0) 2 725 1553 C + 82 (0) 010 3453 8445 E info@artside.org artside.org STAFF Dongjea Lee, Director Bookeun Lee, General Manager Gustav D. Yim, Curator Heami Lee, Manager Byunghee Lee, Administrator

The activities and spaces of ARTSIDE Gallery work as borderless gates connecting the international art market and Asia’s art circles, and form common themes for the cultures of the East and West, an amalgamation of the arts, and the development of international works.

Hiroshi Kobayashi, b. 1967 Swinging Trapeze, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 116.8 cm x 91 cm

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artists Sangwon Lee Myoungjo Jeong Seonghi Bahk Jongseok Yoon Jearok Jang

Jeahoon Lee Seontae Hwang Hiroshi Kobayashi Zhang Xiaogang Yue Minjun

artside gallery

Myoungjo Jeong, b. 1970 The Paradox of Beauty, 2013 Oil on canvas 97 x 162.2 cm

Zhang Xiaogang, b. 1958 Big Family, 2006 Lithography, 58ed. 104 x 138 cm

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AXIOM CONTEMPORARY

Axiom Contemporary 2801 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 T 818 799 1110 info@axiomcontemporary.com axiomcontemporary.com

Axiom Contemporary specializes in POP, Abstract, Neo-Street and Contemporary Art by emerging and mid-career artists of all mediums.

Michael Gorman Don’s Wild Blue Dream Mixed media with resin on canvas 55 x 72 inches

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Lin Yang Y 3027 E. Cindy Street West Covina, CA 91792 T 626 315 5480 F 626 839 7079 E cm2space@gmail.com cm2space.com

cM2 space

CM2 Space is dedicated to promote contemporary art and artists who are engaged in social concerns.

Liu Qingyuan Fragment #5, 2013 Woodcut 16 x 12 inches

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Clive Barker, b. 1952 England Princess Breath, 2000 Oil on canvas 48 x 60 inches

Dave McKean, b. 1963 England Greed (Erich von Stroheim, 1924), 2010 Mixed media 40 x 40 inches

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Century Guild 6150 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 T 800 610 2368 E gallery@centuryguild.net centuryguild.net

century guild

Founded in 1999, Century Guild specializes in Art Nouveau and Symbolist lithographs from Germany, Austria, France, and Italy from 1880-1925. The Chicago location features works on paper of Klimt, Schiele, and the Vienna Secession and the Culver City location balances an inventory of antique works with rare European Silent Cinema posters and select contemporary artists.

Gail Potocki, b. 1961 United States Eve Oil on linen 36 x 48 inches

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staff Myung Boon Yoo Boram Sohn aRtIsts Kyoung Mi Lee Kyoung Tack Hong Dong Yoo Kim Seoung Won Won

Lee, b. 1977 Kyoung Mi LEE Korean, Korean b. 1977 Injeongjeon on the the Table, 2013 Astronaut and Oil on constructed birch panel Conquered Pantheon, 2013 90 cm Oil x on90 canvas 100 x 100 cm

Kyoung Tack HONG Hong, b.1968 Korean b. 1968 Korean, NYC1519 PART3, PART 3,2013 2013 Oil on linen 130 x 162 cm

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Cais Gallery CAIS Gallery

Cais 97-16Gallery Chungdam-dong, Kangnam-gu 97-16 Kangnam-gu Seoul,Chungdam-dong, Korea 135-517 Seoul, Korea 135-517 T +82 2South 511 0668 T 2 511 0668 E +82 caisart@caisart.com E caisart@caisart.com caisgallery.com caisgallery.com

cAis cAis gALLeRy gALLeRy

CAIS gallery was found in Seoul in 1997. It has been committed to presenting CAIS gallery found significant in Seoul in Korean 1997. It contemporary has been committed presenting the work of was the most artists to and building the work of the most significant Korean contemporary artists and building up various spectrum of artist through identifying and supporting young and up various spectrum of artist identifying and supporting potential artists focusing on thethrough elements of both beauty and idea ofyoung art. and potential artists focusing on the elements of both beauty and idea of art.

Seoung Won Won WON Seoung Won Korean, b. 1972 Character Episode I-The Bridge of Ego, 2013 Character Episode BridgeofofEgo, Ego,2013 2013 Character Episode C-Print, Edition of I-The 7I-TheBridge C-Print, Edition of77 of 138 x 195Edition cm, 80.5 x 110 cm 138 x 195 195 cm, cm, 80.5 80.5 xx110 110cm cm

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CaVALIER galleries

Cavalier Galleries Greenwich, New York, Nantucket T 203 869 3664 E art@cavaliergalleries.com cavaliergalleries.com

Founded in 1986, Cavalier Galleries, Inc. offers fine painting, sculpture and photography at premier exhibition spaces in Greenwich, CT, New York, NY, and Nantucket, MA. Our international stable of artists provides the galleries with a selection of works ranging from traditional and representational to modern and contemporary.

Bradley Hart Steve Jobs (Impression), 2012 Acrylic on wood 68 x 46 inches

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4107 Hillsboro Circle Nashville, TN 37215 T 615 297 0296 F 615 297 1304 C 615 498 7496 E info@cumberlandgallery.com cumberlandgallery.com

CUMBERLAND GALLERY

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.

Barry Buxkamper, b. 1946 We’ve Been Watching The House, 2013 Oil on canvas 53 1/2 x 69 inches

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Tim Youd Stranger Than Paradise 55 pages typed on Fuji Prescale pressure sensitive film, on a Brother SX-14 Electronic Typewriter 17 x 25 inches framed

Mark Dutcher Curtains New Dawn Oil on canvas 54 x 45 inches

Kim Dingle Verdicchio di Matelica Quintets, 2013 Oil on glass, Floating glass shelf

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Coagula Curatorial 974 Chung King Road Chinatown, Los Angeles 90012 T 424 226 2485 88gallery@gmail.com coagulacuratorial.com

coagula curatorial

Coagula Curatorial is a leading Contemporary Art gallery located in Los Angeles’ historic Chinatown, and founded in 2012 to celebrate 20 years of the Coagula Art Journal. Coagula Curatorial has work available by: Kim Dingle, Llyn Foulkes, John Fleck, Tim Youd, Gronk, Diane Gamboa, Mark Dutcher, Karen Finley, Germs, Renee Fox, Matjames Metson, Abel Alejandre, Leigh Salgado, Richard Edson, David Trulli, Carlos Batts, Jonmarc Edwards, Matthew Weinberg, Raven Servellon, Vito Lorusso, Tati Luboviski-Acosta, Michael Montfort, Curt Lemieux, Walpa D’Mark and Carol Sears.

Leigh Salgado Eyes Hand-cut paper with burning acrylic & pigment ink 44 x 36 ½ inches

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chung jark gallery

Chung Jark Gallery Ho Chang B/D, 550-8, Shinsa-Dong Gangnam-Gu Soeul, Korea 135-890 T +82 2 549 3112 E g-chungjark@hanmail.net chungjark.com

Since Chung Jark Gallery opened in 1987, the Gallery has annually presented average 10 times of planned exhibitions to help debut not only young artists but also famous artists to the art world. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary, the Gallery created the “Chung Jark Art Award� for the exceptionally talented young artist. It has professionally been raising and introducing young artists to the public.

Kim, Won-Ja Hann Geuneu, 2006 Dyed cotton pulp on canvas 145 x 145 cm

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ARTISTS Lee, Doo-Shik Kim, Won-Ja Lee, Yeul Lee, Jae-Seung Shin, Jae-Hwan

Lee, Yeul Revolutionary Space, 2009 Acrylic and glass powder on canvas 97 x 78 cm

Lee, Jae-Seung Imagery Meditation, 2012 Indian Ink on hanji 91 x 91 cm

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Contessa Gallery

Steve Hartman 24667 Cedar Road Cleveland, OH 44124 T 216 382 7800 F 216 382 2323 E art@contessagallery.com contessagallery.com

Founded in 1999, Contessa Gallery offers modern and contemporary paintings, sculpture, and photography of exceedingly high quality as well as art acquisition counsel to collectors, museums, and institutions. The gallery curates important exhibitions and participates in prestigious art fairs such as the LA Art Show, The Armory Show, and Art Miami.

David Drebin, b. 1970 Below the Surface, 2013 Digital c print 30 x 45 inches

ARTISTS Hanneke Beaumont Mr. Brainwash Alex G. Cao Lynn Chadwick Chuck Close David Datuna

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David Drebin Robert Indiana Jasper Johns Louise Nevelson Robert Rauschenberg James Rosenquist


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David Datuna b. 1974 Viewpoint of Millions: USA, 2013 Mixed media wall sculpture 35 x 64 x 5 inches

Chuck Close, b. 1940 Keith / Mezzotint, 1972 Mezzotint 54.5 x 45 inches

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Founded in November 2007, the main idea of Da Xiang Art Space is to emphasize academic research of contemporary art. Dealing with global high standard artists, we hold regular exhibitions and academic seminars, invite curators to direct the academic exhibitions, cooperate with art museums, establish international strategic cooperation, and participate actively in international art fair.

Zhang Yu Fingerprints, 2010 Longjing spring water 99 x 90 cm

Keng Chiehsheng Waiting for your x, 2013 Fir 40 x 40 x 120 cm

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15, Bo-guan Road Taichung City Taiwan T +886 4 2208 4288 F +886 4 2208 3188 E daxiang.art@msa.hinet.net daxiang.com.tw

DA XIANG ART SPACE

Zhang Yu Fingerprints, 2013 Blue and White Porcelain and Martell (Installation) Xuan paper, plant pigment, stainless steel, acrylic 500 x 500 x 550 cm

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Artists: Bacon, Bochner, Mr. Brainwash, Braque, Buffet, Calder, Chagall, Cocteau, Cottingham, Dine, Dubuffet, Francis, Godon, Speedy Graphito, Haring, Hirst, Hockney, Indiana, Johns, Kelly, Koons, Lam, Le Corbusier, Leger, Lichtenstein, Magritte, Man Ray, Matisse, Matta, Miro, Muniz, Newman, Orlinski, Picasso, Rauschenberg, Renoir, Rivera, Rouault, Stella, Tamayo, Tapies, Thiebaud, Toledo, Warhol, Wesselmann, Wou-ki

Marc Chagall Les Fleurs Rouge, 1973 Lithograph 24.5 x 22 inches

David Hockney View of Hotel Well III, 1984-85 Lithograph 55.5 x 44.5 inches

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Denis Bloch Fine Art 9626 Brighton Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 270 4880 E info@denisbloch.com denisbloch.com

Denis Bloch Fine Art

Denis Bloch Fine Art is pleased to introduce the intricate and vibrant world of acclaimed French artist Alain Godon. Traveling the world, Alain Godon creates his colorful scenes of iconic monuments and cities from his unique and joyful vantage point. We are excited to exclusively exhibit his paintings and sculptures for Los Angeles.

Alain Godon Dragon Ball Run, 2014 Oil on canvas 64 x 45 inches

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ARTISTS Bian Hong Chen Honghan Li Huichang Fan Peng Li Zhihong Zhang Jianmin Yuan Fuguo

Bian Hong & Chen Honghan Chinese Ink Painting

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Director: Cui, Jinduo Xiaopu, Songzhuang, Tongzhou Beijing, China C + 86 186 1206 8888 T + 86 10 6959 8811 F + 86 10 6959 8822 E 13331103888@163.com eastartcenter.com

east art center

East Art Center includes East Art Museum, Artist Studio, and East Art Gallery. With a focus on contemporary art exhibitions, academic exchanges, cultural promotion, and market research. With a space of 35,000 square feet and 1,968 feet exhibition line, the three-floor exhibition halls can be used for exhibition and different art activities.

Fan Peng Chinese Ink Painting

Li Huichang Chinese Ink Painting

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erik thomsen

Erik Thomsen Gallery 23 E. 67th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 288 2588 E info@erikthomsen.com erikthomsen.com

Erik Thomsen Gallery specializes in Japanese and contemporary art: folding screens and scroll paintings; contemporary ceramics by Sueharu Fukami; contemporary bamboo sculptures; oil paintings by Cornelia Thomsen; and active images by Lohner-Carlson.

Cornelia Thomsen Stripes Nr. 40, 2012 Oil on canvas 72 x 48 inches (183 x 122 cm)

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Freeman Braswell 73 East Elm Street Chicago, IL 60611 T 312 636 4399 E info@flbfineart.com flbfineart.com

F.L. Braswell Fine Art

F.L Braswell Fine Art began in 2000 as a private dealership with a program focusing on modern European and American art. Areas of specialty include works on paper, abstraction from the 1930s through 80s, modern sculpture and Picasso ceramics. By appointment only.

Robert Arthur Goodnough, 1917-2010 American born Orange, 1973 Acrylic, oil and graphite on untreated canvas 38 x 38 inches, 40 x 40 inches framed

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Fresh Paint gallery

5835 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 T 323 931 5835 ext 25 F 323 931 5839 E paul@freshpaintartgallery.com freshpaintart.com

Fresh Paint Gallery is located in the heart of the Culver City Arts District. The gallery exhibits all mediums of fine art both established and emerging artists.

Dirk DeBruycker, b. 1955 Mergence Oil and mixed media on canvas 84 x 72 inches

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Andrei Mikhailov 1116-8, Shizuichi, Ichihara, Sakyo-ku Kyoto 601-11, Japan T + 81 90 9419 2326 F + 81 75 755 7695 E g77gallery@gmail.com gallery-g77.com

Gallery G-77

Gallery G-77 was first organized in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2003 as an "International Art Space" and moved to Hiroshima, Japan in 2011 and Kyoto in 2013. Exhibiting artists: Hiroko Tsuchida, Hiroko Shiina, Ashikawa Yuji, Yurii Nozdrin, Tatiyana Tret.

Tatiana Tret New-York, 2013 C-Print, mixed media

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STAFF Jolene Hanson Sara Kaplan Jared Nigro Ashley Eisenstadt Bennett Rea Patrick McCloskey Jamita Lawson

ARTISTS Ansel Adams Robert Glenn Ketchum Ron LeValley Jennifer MaHarry Thomas D. Mangelsen Michael Miner Ian Shive Stuart Sperling

Robert Glenn Ketchum It Is Getting Better All the Time (Evolution series), 2013 Leaf-repeat-motif #18-#24 Fuji crystal archival chromogenic print 36 x 64 inches

Robert Glenn Ketchum Choose Joy (Evolution series), 2007 Leaf-repeat-motif #1-#6 Fuji crystal archival chromogenic print 72 x 144 inches

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Jolene Hanson 1503 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Venice, CA 90291 T 310 452 2842 F 310 452 0915 E info@theg2gallery.com theg2gallery.com

The G2 Gallery

The G2 Gallery is an award-winning nature and wildlife photography gallery that facilitates change by bringing attention to environmental issues through the persuasive power of photographic art.

Alan Ross Badwater Sky Pool, 2001 Silver gelatin print 20 x 24 inches

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Headed by the founder and the current director, Ihn Yang, Gallery IHN is one of the leading galleries. Established in April 1989, the fundamental purpose of the gallery is to promote, represent, support and exhibit the new and innovative works of major Korean artists. The gallery also aims to develop relationships between the art, the artists, the audiences, and the collectors.

Joonsung Bae, b. 1967 The Costume of Painter - Ingres handrail hy 2, 2012 Lenticular 120 x 80 cm

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Gallery IHN 73, Cheongwadae-ro, Jongno-gu 110-220, Seoul, South Korea T +82 2 732 4677 8 F +82 2 732 4679 ihn@galleryihn.com galleryihn.com


Gallery IHN

Seon Ghi Bahk, b. 1966 An aggregation 201301, 2013 Charcoal, nylon threads, etc, 300 x 100 x 400 cm

Sungdo Hong, b. 1953 Tourist, 2013 Plexiglass, aluminum, photograph 
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ARTISTS Jacob Rantzau Kristian Touborg Kirsa Andreasen Peter Max Jacobsen Ole Ahlberg Lars Calmar Lisa Black Galerie Wolfsen is one of the leading galleries in Denmark, widely recognized for representing some of the most interesting and influential upcoming talents and established artists from Scandinavia, plus hand-picked wonders from around the world. At the LA Art Show Galerie Wolfsen is dedicated to showing a group of primarily young Danish artists, such as Kirsa Andreasen, Peter Max-Jakobsen and Kristian Touborg, and already established stars such as Jacob Rantzau, Ole Ahlberg and Lars Calmar. From New Zealand Lisa Black has found her way to the LA Art Show line-up, too.

Jacob Rantzau Straight from the closet Oil on canvas 50 x 35 inches

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Galerie Wolfsen Tiendeladen 6 DK-9000 Aalborg Denmark T +45 98 13 75 66 E mail@gw.dkwww.gw.dk

Galerie wolfsen

Kristian Touborg Portrait Oil on canvas 24 x 20 inches

Lars Calmar Then it happened Clay 13 x 10 inches

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Yi Hwan Kwon Rocky (edition of 9) Hand painted on F.R.P. 100 x 90 x 447.5 cm

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Gana Art Pyeongchang-dong, Jongno-gu Seoul 110-846 Korea T + 82 2 720 1020 E info@ganaart.com ganaart.com

gana art gallery

Founded in 1983, Gana Art was one of the first major Art galleries established in Korea. We have played an integral role in the rapidly growing art market in Korea for the past 30 years and we remain one of Korea’s most prestigious and influential art institutions today. Gana Art has always had a two-fold mission of introducing the most important International works of art to our audience in Korea and creating a strong platform for Korean artists abroad.

Yi Hwan Kwon Lantern Man (edition of 5) Hand painted on F.R.P., LED 21 x 21 x 136 cm

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galeria moro

Galleria Moro P.O. Box 10088 Maracaibo, Venezuela T +58 414 3624134 E galeriamoro@hotmail.com galeriamoro.com

Galeria Moro opened its doors in 1994 to offer art lovers and collectors of contemporary art a more innovative and updated view of the artistic events in Venezuela and Latin America. For the past 19 years, Galeria Moro has held over 70 exhibitions, some of which were carried out jointly with Museums and Institutions such as Museo de Arte Contemporaneo del Zulia , Centro de Bellas Artes de Maracaibo, Centro Hist贸rico y Cultural de Altagracia and Centro de Arte Lya Bermudez.

Francisco Bugallo Van Gogh como pretexto, 2013 Lenticular print 47 x 37 inches

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Jeong Gi Lim SKhub Art Center, Samildaero 461 Jongno-gu, #B106, 101 dong Seoul 110-776, South Korea T + 82 10 4295 4188 F + 82 2 723 6084 E limjeonggi@naver.com gallerytableau.com

Gallery Tableau

Gallery Tableau has an unmatched reputation in Korea for having introduced many of the most critically acclaimed international artists, and for supporting the most promising Korean artists. The Gallery continues to play a key role in developing the domestic art market and promoting Korean artists, as well as drawing the national audience’s attention to the current international art world.

Choi Soo Jung Illusion a.m.3, 2010 Digital photo collage UV inkjet print 60 x 60 cm

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Il Castello Plaia & Bardi gallery

Il Castello Plaia & Bardi 215 Bowery New York, NY 10002 T 347 583 8271 E mb@plaiabardi.com plaiabardi.com

Established in 1964 in Milan, Il Castello is one of Italy's most prolific Galleries, specializing in masters such as Fontana, Burri and Capogrossi. Today, Il Castello joins forces with Plaia & Bardi New York to develop a diverse program of Modern and Contemporary Art and Design based on curated exhibitions worldwide. CASTELLO PLAIA & BARDI - Presenting works by: Fontana, Wesselmann, Capogrossi, Albers, Fornasetti, Hirst, Vasarely, Dubuffet, Burns, Mapplethorpe, Warhol and Perez.

Lucio Fontana Concetto Spaziale, 1967 Red crayon on paper

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Il Castello Plaia & Bardi gallery

Josef Albers Homage to the square, 1962 Oil on masonite

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JACK RUTBERG FINE ARTS

Jack Rutberg Fine Arts 357 North La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 938 5222 T 323 938 0577 E jrutberg@jackrutbergfinearts.com jackrutbergfinearts.com

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

Hans Burkhardt, 1904–1994 Tropical Landscape, 1958 Oil on canvas 32 X 42 inches

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JACK RUTBERG FINE ARTS

ARTISTS Jordi Alcaraz Norman Bluhm Hans Burkhardt George Condo Claire Falkenstein Llyn Foulkes Sam Francis Gunther Gerzso Arshile Gorky Patrick Graham

George Grosz George Herms David Hockney Hundertwasser Man Ray Henri Matisse Roberto Matta Joan Miro Henry Moore Reuben Nakian

George Nama Pablo Picasso Robert Rauschenberg Bruce Richards Diego Rivera Edward Ruscha Mark Tobey Jerome Witkin Ruth Weisberg Francisco Zuniga

Jordi Alcaraz, b. 1963 Between Two Painting Ideas, 2013 Painting on paper, plexiglass, wood 40 ½ x 50 inches

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johyun gallery

Johyun Gallery 1501-15, Jung2-dong Haeundae-gu, Busan, Korea T +82 0 51 747 8853 C +82 0 10 270 85161 E info@johyungallery.com johyungallery.com

Johyun Gallery was founded by Mrs. Jo Hyun and first opened in 1990 in Gwanganli art town in Busan under the name of ‘Gallery World’. It became one of the major art galleries in the region, representing Korean and international contemporary art. The gallery made a move in June 2007 to Dalmagi hill, near to the famous Haeundae beach. With the opening of the new gallery space in Chungdam Dong, Seoul, Johyun Gallery is focusing on more international activities as its first name intended, in the rapidly developing art world.

Jung Hyun Yoo Urban Plant Acrylic on canvas 130 x 160 cm

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Jordan Faye Contemporary 823 Park Avenue Baltimore, MD 21201 T 443 955 1547 E jordan@jordanfayecontemporary.com jordanfayecontemporary.com

Jordan Faye Contemporary

Jordan Faye Contemporary was founded in 2006 as a platform to give emerging artists a wider audience. Through our gallery exhibitions, our salon series program, our website, and presenting work at art fairs, Jordan Faye Contemporary exposes a larger community to the engaging and thought-provoking work of our artists. The gallery currently represents fifteen artists who are now at various stages in their careers. The mission is to show work that is not only of contemporary interest, but will be of lasting historical significance.

Kate MacKinnon The Dream, Thanks Henri Oil on canvas over panel 40 x 60 x 3 inches

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Khalifa Gallery

Kyong-Lan Sohn Korea Representative #201 Nature Poem, 118-17 Chungdamdong, Gangnamgu Seoul 135-955 Korea C +82 010 4716 9643 T +82 2 516 9643 E arte7@naver.com khalifagallery.com

Khalifa Gallery is dedicated to presenting the most current and significant tendencies in both Korean and international contemporary art. Khalifa Gallery will strive to globalize the Korean art market by showing a wide spectrum of works worldwide. Myeonggon Kim, 1969 Car with a Dream, Acrylic on canvas 91 x 117 cm

Soonjoo Hong, 1954 Gyeol Korea paper, Asia paint, stone powder 155 x 165 cm

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CHIEF CURATOR Hyeyeon Jun ARTISTS Dongkyu Ki Myeonggon Kim Seoungang Kim  Junghee Kim 

Hongrok Kim  Minsook Jang  Hyungsun Yun Soonjoo Hong

Dongkyu Ki, 1965 Life, 2011 Ceramic 100 x 34 x 67 cm

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K+Y Gallery

K+Y Gallery 24, rue Treilhard Paris, France  75008 T +33 1 53300010  E yann@kplusy.com kplusy.com

Kathy and Yann Bombard have launched K+Y Gallery with an ambitious goal: to bring together a selection of artists whose work is centered on aestheticism and emotion. Kathy and Yann are also the founders of the Envie d’Art Galleries. At present, the four Envie d’Art Galleries are located between London and Paris and present around 15 artists.

Gunmail, 2013 Lenticular print 180 x 120 cm

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Lawrence Cantor Fine Art 5221 W. Jefferson Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90016 T 866 239 5530 C 805 300 1308 E info@lawrencecantorfineart.com lawrencecantorfineart.com

Lawrence Cantor Fine Art

Lawrence J. Cantor And Company was established in 1972. The leadership of the Company has been in the art business for over 30 years assisting clients, museums and collectors with their art needs. Our doctrine is quite simple, education and research are the foundation, honesty, fairness and a willingness to provide is the mortar, and value is the cornerstone.

Kerry Miller A Hand-Book to the Order of Lepidoptera Mixed media 16 x 10 Âź x 3 Âź inches

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leeHwaik gallery

Lee, Hwaik 1-1 Songhyun-dong, Jongro-gu Seoul, South Korea 110-180 T + 82 2 730 7818 F + 82 2 730 7814 E leehwaik@gmail.com leehwaikgallery.com

Since its opening in 2001, for over 10 years of time, Leehwaik Gallery has become one of the most influential galleries in Korea. Leehwaik Gallery now represents leading figures in Korean contemporary art with exhibitions and promotes artists to galleries and dealers worldwide. At the same time, it unwearyingly discovers and supports rising artists in Korea.

Kim Dong-Yoo Grace Kelly (Clark Gable), 2013 Oil on canvas 162.2 x 130.3 cm

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Les Enfants du Paradis 3/A Borgo del Correggio Parma, Italy 43121 T+39 335 398478 lesenfantsduparadis.art@gmail.com artgallerylesenfantsduparadis.com

les enfants du paradis

European Works of the 20th Century and Selected Contemporary Artists. As a special event at LA Art Show 2014, the Gallery presents the German painter Michel Wagner (1893-1965) with 15 oils from the exhibition “Vom Espressiven Realismus zur Konstriktiven Figuration” München 1994/95 and the Italian contemporary painter Luca Mazzieri with the new works “Living Collection”.

Michel Wagner, 1893-1965 In Memoriam Anna Pawlowa, 1962 Oil on canvas 25 ½ x 25 ⅓ inches

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leslie smith GALLERY

Leslie Smith Gallery Minervaplein 10 Amsterdam, The Netherlands T +31 (0)20 626 59 45 C +1 786 397 5546 E info@lesliesmith.nl LeslieSmith.nl

Founded in 1969, Leslie Smith Gallery (LSG) is one of the leading Dutch galleries, with an emphasis on Impressionist and Modern paintings, as well as Contemporary Aboriginal Art and Contemporary Dutch and Chinese Art.

Zhuang Hong Yi Sea of Flowers, 2013 Rice paper, ink and acrylic paint on canvas 59.1 x 47.2 inches

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Luo Art Space Building 8, Xiuyuan Shiji Chuntian Xiaoqu Kaifu District, Changsha Hunan, China T +11 86 18874920550 E juege0752@163.com

luo art space

Luo Art Space is based in Changsha, Hunan, China. It mainly promotes the Chinese contemporary printmaking and paintings through exhibitions, workshops, and fairs.

Luo Xiangke Everyday Portrait #003, 2005 Oil on paper 90 x 145 inches

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Lurie Gallery

Bruce Lurie Gallery 2736 S. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90034 T 310 916 9388 E Mr_Lurie@hotmail.com LurieGallery.com

Established in the early 1980’s in New York’s East Village, Bruce Lurie gave Jean-Michel Basquiat his first show as requested by Leo Castelli. The now Los Angeles based Gallery is located in Culver City’s “Art District”. The gallery has a particular focus on establishing emerging to mid-career artists specializing in Abstract minimalism to Pop Art with an additional recent focus on photography. Bruce Lurie Gallery features a wide range of monumental sculptors as well.

Nelson De La Nuez Be Happy, 2013 Mixed media, canvas hand painted 67 x 45 x 3 inches

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Edward Chung B10-A 797 Road 798 Art Zone No. 2 Jiuxianqiao Road Beijing, China 100015 T +86 10 59789513 C +86 13911227668 E email@meartgallery.com meartgallery.com

ME Art gallery

We publish and sell limited edition art and photography with significant artists from all over China and sell original pieces by some of the best emerging artists around. Our gallery works in an advisory capacity with new and experienced collectors, museums and institutions. On average, at least 6 exhibitions per year, and we have a particular interest in nurturing and supporting the work and career development of new emerging artists.

Liu Dadi Far Away No.3, 2010-2012 Platinum & palladium on canson art paper 60 x 140 inches

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Cristòbal Valecillos Alone, 2012 Archival digital print on metallic paper 52 x 36 inches Edition of 9

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The McLoughlin Gallery 49 Geary Street Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94108-5725 T 415 986 4799 E info@mgart.com mgart.com

The McLoughlin gallery

The McLoughlin Gallery is an approachable, inviting gallery with a social conscience. The mission of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing established mid-career and emerging contemporary artists whose work is unique, integrating bright, bold colors and conveying an emotional punch. Art work that makes you think.

Guillermo Bert The Price of Democracy, 2008 Mixed media with acrylic candy colors 32 x 32 inches

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michael borghi fine art

Michael Borghi Fine Art 523 Knickerbocker Road Tenafly, NJ 07670 T 201 248 4732 E borghi@optonline.net michaelborghifineart.com

Michael Borghi has been a private dealer for the last 25 years, handling American and European paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries with a concentration in Post War and Contemporary.

Conrad Marcarelli Battle Detail (JM-4-79), 1979 Collage and paint on canvas 48 x 56 inches

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Modernbook Gallery Mark Pinsukanjana & Bryan Yedinak 49 Geary Street 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 732 0300 E info@modernbook.com modernbook.com

Modernbook Gallery

Founded in 1999, Modernbook Gallery specializes in contemporary and innovative fine art. In 2005, a publishing company was formed, MB Editions, publishing work by Fan Ho, Brigitte Carnochan, Jamie Baldridge, Tom Chambers among others. To connect with collectors outside the San Francisco Bay Area, Modernbook Gallery participates in numerous international art fairs.

Jamie Baldridge, b. 1975 Perpetual Motion, 2012 Archival pigment photograph 40 x 40 inches

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Mojo Gallery

Al Serkal Avenue 8th Street, Bldg #33, Al Quoz 1 Dubai, United Arab Emirates T + 971 4 347 7388 E Gallery@mojo-me.com themojogallery.com

The Mojo Gallery forms the focal point in a multifunctional art space that brings together several creative forms. As a gallery, we focus on exhibitions that explore contemporary themes and concepts in fine art and design, expressed through different media and formats. The gallery exhibits original paintings, conceptual photography, digital media, works on paper, mixed media prints, sculpture, illustrations, video art and installation pieces. Ultimately, we aim to add a new, fresh dimension to the region’s emerging cultural scene.

Sari El Khazen Sweet Lullaby Mixed media 38 x 55 inches

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James Wong 4/F, 35 Tai Yau Street, SPK, Kai Tak Kowloon, Hong Kong T + 852 2234 9889 F + 852 2234 9966 E info@ngoob.com ngoob.com

new gallery on old bailey

Established in 2009, New Gallery on Old Bailey is dedicated to promoting the art industry in Hong Kong. By acquiring a 10-year-old fine art gallery on the premises, it has an accumulation of clientele and artists for over 15 years now. Other than the established artists it represents, the gallery always looks out for new and emerging artists, both local and overseas to present them to our valued collectors. An average of 6-10 Exhibititions in-house as well as participating in many local and overseas Art Fairs, NGOOB is committed to bringing fine art to the contemporary art connoisseur.

Tikka Ng, b. 1978 Hong Kong Under my Extravagant Skin Acrylic on clay 30 x 40 x 30 cm

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other criteria

Damien Hirst 36 New Bond Street London, WIS 2 RP T +44 2076295800 E info@othercriteria.com othercriteria.com

Other Criteria is an arts based publishing company working with a number of established artists on publishing limited editions.

Damien Hirst Deific, 2013 Silkscreen print with glitter 1624 x 1359 mm Edition of 50

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Park Ryu Sook Gallery Park Ryu Sook 306 Nature Poem Bldg. 118-17 Chungdam-dong, Gangnam-gu Seoul, South Korea T +82 2 549 7575 E info@parkryusookgallery.com parkryusookgallery.com

park ryu sook gallery

Since 1983, Park Ryu Sook Gallery has been committed to introducing progressive contemporary art to both the Korean and international market. The gallery has contributed to establishing the careers of some of Korea’s most important artists, from the first generation of Korean modern/contemporary artists including Kim Tschang Yeul, Park Seo Bo and Chun Kwang Young, to today’s most promising artists including Kwon Kisoo and Lee Lee Nam.

Choi Jeong Hwa Present of the Century, 2013 FRP steel structure Variable sizes

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PAUL FISHER Gallery

Paul Fisher 433 Flamingo Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 T 561 832 5255 F 561 832 0618 E paul@paulfisher.com E gallery@paulfisher.com paulfisher.com

Paul Fisher Gallery has been showcasing outstanding contemporary painting and sculpture since 1990. Artists exhibited include: Harry Anderson, Dale Chihuly, CRASH, Bruce Helander, William Moloney, Edwina Sandys, Hunt Slonem and Andy Warhol.

William Moloney Untitled (Antiwar Poster), 2011 Paper collage 60 x 33 inches

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31 Museum Street London, WC1A 1LH United Kingdom T +44 020 7580 7001 E info@paulstolper.com paulstolper.com

Paul Stolper Gallery

Paul Stolper Gallery is a publisher of contemporary fine art prints and a commercial gallery that exhibits a wide variety of prints and unique works. Paul Stolper Gallery works directly with a number of important contemporary artists as well as emerging artists to produce unique artworks, art publications, limited edition prints, photographs, and sculptural works.

Damien Hirst The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, 2013 Lenticular - digital printing on PETG plastic. 80 x 120 cm Edition of 150 Signed and numbered by the artist.

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ARTISTS Jun, Nina Jeon, Zik-Seong Lee, Jung-Jin Shin, Chang-Yong Choi, Hong-Sun Kenneth Noland John Tremblay Dan Walsh Lee, Dong-Chun

Jun, Nina Andromeda 1, 2013 Glazed ceramic 38 x 36 x 20 cm

Jeon, Zik-Seong 200923, 2009 Oil on canvas 130.3 x 194 cm

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77 Itaewon-Ro 27 Gil Itaewon-Dong Yongsan-Gu Seoul 140-863 Korea T +82 0 2 796 9347 E paikhy@paikhygallery.com paikhygallery.com

PAIK HAE YOUNG GALLERY

Paik Hae Young Gallery is devoted to promoting Korean artists abroad and introducing renowned international artists to Korea. Introducing not only emerging artists, but also established artists. The gallery also runs a guest house program to help critics, artists, journalists and curators work productively in Korea. The gallery has been broadening its role from the dealership to agency for cultural affairs including art consulting for corporations, academy program for collectors and architectural consulting. Also the gallery runs an artist workshop program for kids.

Lee, Jung-Jin On Road 00-07, 2000 Photo emulsion on rice paper 139.7 x 201.3 cm

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phoenix art palace

Yang Yong No. 333 Wudu Road Binhu District Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China T + 86 510 81830187 C + 86 13373661518 E phoenixartpalace@163.com pap-art.cn

Phoenix Art Palace was established and sponsored by Phoenix Arts Group, the biggest manufacturing enterprise for art materials in China. Setting up art spaces and art museums in Beijing, Shanghai and Wuxi, it takes unremitting efforts to support the development of Chinese contemporary art, especially the promotion of oil paintings.

Lu Zhengyuan Kisses, 2007 Bronze 60 cm

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Nuria Kehayoglu 541 West 25th Street New York, NY 10001 T 212 772 9478 F 212 772 0949 E praxis1@praxis-art.com praxis-art.com

Praxis international art

Praxis is focused on consolidating the entire region of Latin America and breaking barriers by providing a venue where the best Latin American art can be shown, collaborating with galleries, museums, and other institutions, making Latin American art accessible to a world wide audience.

K25205 Agustin Sirai El arte universal Acrylic on canvas 59 x 67 Âź inches

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pYO gallery

1100 S. Hope Street Suite 105 Los Angeles, CA 90015 T 213 405 1488 E info@pyogalleryla.com pyogalleryla.com

PYO Gallery was established in Seoul in 1981 and has since expanded to include exhibition spaces in Chungdam (Seoul), Beijing, and the 798 Arts District in China.  In 2008, PYO GALLERY LA opened its doors as a cultural link between Asia and the United States. PYO Gallery exhibits provocative art forms by local and international contemporary artists.

Sean Roh Melt Down, 2012 Archival pigment print 47 x 39 inches

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Studio 26 Gallery New York, Moscow 56 Bogart Street, #218 Brooklyn, NY 11206 E info@studio26nyc.org studio26nyc.org

studio 26 gallery

Studio 26 is an international gallery based out of New York City with offices in NYC and Moscow, Russia. Founded in 2012 by Marina Reiter and James C. Matthews Jr. Exhibiting emerging, mid-career, and established artists at worldclass art fairs and venues. Studio 26 Gallery is focused on curating exhibition spaces that engage the viewers and collectors in a formalistic dialogue that respects the past, understands the present and predicts the future of art.

Lynn LeTourneau Popcorn, 2013 Oil on canvas 48 x 48 inches

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Artists:

ARTISTS Eugenio Cuttica Rick Garland Katie O’ Hagan Pam Hawkes Steven Kenny

Anne-Marie Kornachuk Andrea Kowch Frank Oriti Yana Movchan John Jude Palencar

Harriet Sawyer Margo Selski Phillip Thomas Wang Xiaobo

Andrea Kowch Nocturne Acrylic on canvas 30 x 24 inches

Margo Selski The Daughters of Atlantis: Society Rule No. 3 Oil on canvas 40 x 60 inches

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Richard Demato 90 Main Street P.O. Box 1994 Sag Harbor, NY 11963 T 631 725 1161 E art@rjdgallery.com RJDgallery.com

RJD Gallery

The RJD Gallery represents emerging and midcareer artists, with focus on Narrative Portraiture and American Magic Realism. Our styles range from the serene to the unusual. We promote work that is cerebral, engaging the viewer to contemplate and discover concepts about the artist, themselves, and the human experience.

Frank Oriti I’d rather sink... Acrylic and oil on canvas 48 x 36 inches

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susan teller Gallery

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

The Gallery features American art from the 1920s to the 1950s, including the New Deal Era, the Industrial/Urban Scene, Modernism, and Surrealism by Bacon, Barnet, Baziotes, Dehner, Peter Grippe, Theodore Haupt, Hillsmith, Dorothy Browdy Kushner, Alice Trumbull Mason, Mesibov, Angelo Pinto, Bernard Rosenquit, Ryan, Schanker, Ben Shahn, Shane, William E. Smith, Sternberg.

Alice Trumbull Mason 9 Triangles, 1952 13 x 9 inches

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Hanne Sorensen, Elis Gudmann P.O. Box 1053 Nevada City, CA 95945 T 707 484 2685 F 707 484 2685 E info@ten472.com ten472.com

ten472 contemporary art

ten472 is a contemporary art space located in Northern California. Since its inception in 2000, the gallery has focused on identifying and exhibiting artists who present a contemporary vision to the traditional art forms and who have a unique approach to medium, process, technique, and content with an emphasis on sculpture.

Gino Miles Twist, 2012 Stainless steel 5 x 6 x 5 Feet

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Tally Beck Contemporary 42 Rivington Street New York, NY 10002 T 917 539 9473 E tbeck@tallybeckcontemporary.com tallybeckcontemporary.com

Tally Beck Contemporary is a New York-based gallery that focuses on Asian contemporary art. Founded in 2010, the gallery emphasizes fresh expression from Asia and the Asian diaspora with regular exhibitions and special projects. Tally Beck Contemporary also maintains a strong presence at international art fairs, including SCOPE Miami Beach, SCOPE Basel, LA Art Show, artMRKT San Francisco, artMRKT Hamptons, and Texas Contemporary.

Lenore Lim Lotus Leaf 3 Lithograph 44 x 30 inches

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tally beck contemporary

Chen Ping Jungle, Beasts, Spotty Birds, Man Oil on canvas 6 x 5 feet

Sijae Byun Chromosome Series (Churches) Pencil and acrylic on panel 12 x 9 inches

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timothy yarger fine art

Tim Yarger 354 N. Bedford Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 278 4400 E info@yargerfineart.com YargerFineArt.com

TYFA is grounded in the historic artwork of the modern masters alongside established contemporary artists. Each year the gallery participates in international art fairs, mounts major exhibitions and promotes scholarship, connoisseurship, and programming through collaboration with art historians, critics, and museum professionals. Gallery services include fine art consulting, collections management, and appraisals.

Pancho Luna Biblio, 2013 Mixed media 22 x 48 x 10 inches

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Louise Nevelson, 1899-1988 American Untitled, 1974 Cardboard, fiberglass, pencil and wood collage on board 36 x 24 x 1.3 inches

Udo Nรถger, b. 1961 German Gleiches 3, 2013 Mixed media 24 x 27 inches

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Tobey C. Moss gallery

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

Tobey C. Moss Gallery favors Paintings, Assemblages and Sculptures by California artists 1930 to 2000. HELEN LUNDEBERG’s “Interior with Mirror” holds her fabled mood, soft ‘hard-edge’ palette, ... and a rare Self Portrait!

Helen Lundeberg, 1908-1999 Interior with Mirror, 1958 Oil on canvas 36 x 30 inches

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Valentine Ryabov Minskaya Street 1 “G”, Bld. 1 Moscow 119590, Russia T +7 916 744 06 03 U.S. Representative T 775 745 7827 E ryabov@ryabovexpo.ru ryabovexpo.com

The Valentine Ryabov Gallery

The gallery presents to the American art lovers paintings of Sergey Fedotov, an artist, whose sincere and cheerful  canvases were highly appraised in 2012 by collectors in West Palm Beach, Sarasota, Naples, FL, and Atlanta, GA. His artworks were exhibited at the LA Art Fair in 2013. Paintings of the artist are in collections of the Coliseum Art Foundation, New Jersey, and The Coral Springs Museum of Art, Florida.

Sergey Fedotov, b. 1968 Portrait of a painter, 2007 Oil on canvas 31.5 x 35.4 inches

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vietnamese contemporary fine art

Judith Hughes Day 10 West 66th Street, 11G New York, NY 10023 T 212 721 3053 C 646 352 2592 E jhdartasia@aol.com artnet.com/judithday.html

Vietnamese Contemporary Fine Art specializes in representing work by the leading artists of Vietnam. For over 20 years, Judith Hughes Day, its director, has presented gallery exhibitions (in Hong Kong, London, and across the US), curated and contributed to exhibitions in venues such as the International Print Center NY, Marlboro College, VT, and Smith College, MA, as  well as for  the Vietnamese Government in Washington, DC, and in San Francisco, CA. 

Dinh Thi Tham Poong Dreams, 2010 Watercolor, gold and silver on handmade paper 44 x 32 inches

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Directors Ilja Valko, Michal Zivcak Karlova srt. 12 Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic T +420605982857 E iljavalko@gmail.com vimmgallery.com

vimm gallery

Vimm Gallery was founded to display artists who are working in New Realism style. Each of them is unique representative of this movement and has its own “face� for more than 20 years. Vimm Gallery is introducing different artists to audiences worldwide and helping to establish a vital dialogue among artists and institutions working internationally.

Viktor Safonkin Sky for Both, 2013 Mixed technique on canvas 200 x 160 cm

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Since 1996 Villa del Arte has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries, representing over 30 artists. In 2006 the gallery commenced its international trajectory, participating in numerous, well known art fairs, bringing exciting international artists into the collection and curating exhibitions in collaboration with other art spaces all over the world.

Claudia Meyer Volutions II Mixed media LED installation 79 x 157.5 inches

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Jutta and Marcel Huisman Bert Van Zetten Calle TapinerĂ­a 39 Barcelona 08002, Spain T +34 93 268 06 73 E info@villadelarte.com villadelarte.com

Villa del Arte Galleries

Christiaan Lieverse Hybrid MB2 Mixed media, cowhide and resin on canvas 83 x 83 inches

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walter wickiser Gallery

Walter Wickiser Gallery 210 11th Avenue, Suite 303 New York, NY 10001 T 212 941 1817 F 212 625 0601 wwickiserg@aol.com walterwickisergallery.com

Estabished in 1992 and currently located in Chelsea, New York. As the son of the renowned artist Ralph L. Wickiser, Walter Wickiser specializes in twentieth century and contemporary paintings of mid-career artists of American, Asian and European decent.

Soile Yli-M채yry Burning Stone, 2011 Oil on canvas 25 x 55 inches

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Izumi Watanabe 2-5-14-101 Hiranomachi Chuo-Ku Osaka 541 0046, Japan T +81 661806018 E info@watanabe-fineart.com watanabe-fineart.com

Watanabe Fine art

We exhibit solo shows of Japanese and overseas artists representing high quality modern and contemporary art works of paintings, drawings, sculpture.

Tanba Vase pottery 11 Ă— 7 Ă— 28 inches

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Waterhouse & Dodd 47 Albemarle Street London W1S 3PL United Kingdom 16 Savile Row London W1S 3PL United Kingdom T +44 (0) 20 7734 7800 E phillippa@waterhousedodd.com waterhousedodd.com

Jean-Franรงois Rauzier Luxuriance C-Print mounted on aluminum 58 x 98 inches Edition of 8

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Waterhouse & Dodd 958 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 T 212 717 9100 E NY@WaterhouseDodd.com waterhousedodd.com

waterhouse & Dodd

Waterhouse & Dodd is a leading international art dealership with two galleries in both New York and London. Ray Waterhouse & Jonathan Dodd began the gallery in 1987 and with their colleagues who have expertise in various areas deal in Impressionist, 20th Century, Post-War and Contemporary art. The gallery buys art for inventory and also sells on a commission basis, acting as agents for private collectors.

John Baldessari, b. 1931 American Arms, Legs, Shirt and Tie Tri-Dimensional print with acrylic paint 59 x 63 inches

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William Siegal Gallery

William Siegal Gallery 540 South Guadalupe Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 820 3300 F 505 820 7733 E info@williamsiegal.com williamsiegal.com

William Siegal Gallery exhibits a distinguished collection of ancient art and textiles alongside contemporary works. The expansive Railyard space provides a rare opportunity to appreciate art that spans over 5,000 years, while inspiring a new collecting sensibility: “ancient contemporary” – the old is new, the new is old, and the dialogue between them is always surprising and profound.

Mezcala Culture - Guerrero, Mexico Ancestral Figure 350 BC - 250 AD Stone 11 x 3.25 x 2.25 inches

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ARTISTS Polly Barton Paula Castillo Paolo Cavinato Carlos Estrada-Vega Karen Gunderson David Henderson

Alison Keogh Peter Ogilvie Paula Roland Signe Stuart Tow Waldron Judy Tuwaletstiwa

Tom Waldron Harrow, 2012 Steel w/concrete base 16 x 21 x 8 inches

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Since its inception in 2004, Winterowd Fine Art of Santa Fe, has specialized in mid-career and emerging American artists. The gallery has a contemporary focus. Our primary interest is the dazzling, evocative natural world. We love beauty! Artists include Tom Kirby, Arturo Mallmann, Emilio Lobato, Charlie Burk and Alexandra Watts.

Charlie Burk Destiny Oil on panel 48 x 30 inches

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Winterowd Fine Art 701 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 992 8878 E info@fineartsantafe.com fineartsantafe.com

winterowd fine art

Alex Watts Flying Home Bronze 20 x 20 x 7 inches

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whitestone gallery

5-1-10, Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo 104-0061 Japan T + 81 3 3574 6161 F + 81 3 3574 9430 E info@whitestonegallery.co.jp

We are a pioneer gallery in Tokyo dealing mainly in works of Japanese avantgarde art movement “Gutai� (1954-72) which receives remarkable attention from United States and Europe at the moment. Specifically, Kazuo Shiraga, Atsuko Tanaka, Jiro Yoshihara, Chiyu Uemae and Tsuyoshi Maekawa etc.

Yasuo Sumi, b. 1925 Work, 1958 Oil, lacquer on canvas 162.0 x 130.5 cm

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Young Gallery 2 F, 105, GwanHun-Dong JongNo-Gu, Seoul, Korea 110-300 T +82 2 733 3410 E hykim3410@hotmail.com youngartgallery.co.kr

Young Art Gallery

Young Art Gallery aims to contribute to the advancement of Korean contemporary art by discovering local artists and hosting exhibitions of creative and promising new talents, focusing on the prospect of a new art era. Through exhibitions with Young Art Gallery, the artists have moved into the mainstream art world with vigorous activities. Young Art Gallery has witnessed changes in international exhibition styles and patterns and works continuously to stay on top of current trends by taking advanced steps, trying to change exhibition patterns and establishing artist creation programs.

Min-seon Gu What do you think, 2013 Color on Korean paper 91 x 60 cm

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YY gallery

YY gallery 111 Douglas Avenue Elgin, IL 60120 T 612 306 8267 E Edward.YYGallery@gmail.com YYGallery.com

YY gallery is a family-owned gallery founded by Zuxin Yu and Yang Yang in 1990, specializing in contemporary art. For over 20 years YY Gallery has sold paintings and sculptures to private collectors worldwide. The Gallery has presented Yang Yang's work to major museums for exhibition and collection, such as The Museum of Fine Art in Shannxi, China and The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, one of the top ten comprehensive museums in the United States

Yang Yang Apples of Paradise IV Acrylic on fiber paper 162 x 96 inches

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Zoom-Yekang Gallery 384-13 Seogyo dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea 8-3 Yulhaseo-ro3-gil, Dong-gu, Seoul, Korea T + 82 10 2819 3829,+82 2 323 3829 T + 82 10 5284 8732 E jswyo@naver.com, changes26@hanmail.net zoomgallery.co.kr

zoom-yekang gallery

Zoom-Yekang Gallery’s goal is to establish emerging artists and build awareness amongst collectors of the rich development and advancement of Korean Arts, via domestic and international Art Fairs. Zoom-Yekang Gallery’s artists include: Seo Jung-Min, Kim Jung-Ah, Kim Do-Hyung, Choi Te-jo, Kil Jeong-Hyun,Jeong KyeongHwa, Lee Sook-Hee, Lee Hyang-Yeon, Choi Ju-Seok, Park Sun-Min, Ahn Jee-Young, Lee Dong-Rok, Yang Sae-Hee, Chang Eun-Soon, Lee Hoo, Kim Nam-Hee,  Son MiRa, Kim Seong-Sook, Choi Ok-Yeong. 

Seo Jung-Min My Song Korean paper 45.5 x 55 cm

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Noah Antieau 912 Jackson Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 T 504 231 6760 E noah@redtruckgallery.com www.redtruckgallery.com

Red Truck Gallery

Based in New Orleans, Red Truck features the work of folk, outsider, and visionary artists, and seeks to deliver beautiful, accessible art.

Andres Basurto Green Skull, 2013 Broken beer bottles and epoxy

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breeze block gallery

Breeze Block Gallery 323 NW. 6th Avenue Portland, OR 97209 T 503 318 6228 E paige@breezeblockgallery.com breezeblockgallery.com

Founded in 2006 in Portland, OR, Breeze Block Gallery presents culturally significant artists in the contemporary genres surrounding popular culture, design, and urban art. We exhibit emerging and established artists with programming for an eye for excellence and historical relevance. The gallery is owned and directed by Paige Prendergast and currently co-curated with Sven Davis.

Scott Listfield The Runaway Oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches

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Matt Kennedy / Billy Shire 4633 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027 T 323 666 7667 F 323 663 0243 C 323 547 3227 E info@laluzdejesus.com laluzdejesus.com

La luz de jesus gallery

Established in 1986 as the brainchild of collector Billy Shire, considered largely responsible for fostering the Pop-Surrealist School of California Art (prompting JUXTAPOZ Magazine to dub him “the Peggy Guggenheim of Lowbrow�) and showcasing figurative, narrative paintings & unusual sculpture. The exhibitions are post-pop, ranging from folk to fine art.

Christopher Ulrich, b. 1972 Armageddon Resin on oil on wood 73.5 x 37.5 inches 83.5 x 47.5 inches framed

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spoke art

Ken Harman 804 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94109 T 415 796 3774 C 415 230 9533 E spokeartgallery@gmail.com spoke-art.com

Spoke Art is an art space specializing in new contemporary painting, sculpture and illustration located in San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood. Our rotating monthly exhibits feature a wide variety of solo and group shows, many of which feature our international roster of represented artists.

Casey Weldon Louie & Nico Acrylic on wood 16 x 16 inches

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Paul Booth 325 W 38th Street #1 New York, NY 10018 T 212 560 0666 E info@lastritesgallery.com lastritesgallery.com

last rites gallery

Established in 2008, Last Rites has become a premiere gallery for the Dark Art movement and a haven for artists who prefer to explore the ominous, uncomfortable, and eccentric in their work. Striving to showcase some of the most thought-provoking art, Last Rites creates an atmosphere where the artist can harness limitless expression and the observer can reflect inward, inspired to understand that which resides in us all.

Christopher Conte Duellona, 2013 White or yellow bronze available in three finishes (silver, gold, or black) 2 x 4 x 6 inches Edition: 10 of each finish, each signed and numbered

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sloan fine art

Alix Sloan New York, NY 10002 T 212 477 1140 E info@sloanfineart.com sloanfineart.com

While Sloan Fine Art exhibits work in a variety of media by emerging to midcareer artists, the core program focuses on painting, sculpture and works on paper. Presenting art that is emotionally compelling, intellectually stimulating and visually arresting is our primary concern.

Aaron Smith, b. 1964 Pother, 2013 Oil on panel 40 x 30 inches

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Roq La Rue Gallery Kirsten Anderson 532 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 T 206 374 8977 E kirsten@roqlarue.com roqlarue.com

Roq La Rue Gallery

Since opening in 1998, we have been an integral part of the Pop Surrealism/ Underground Contemporary art movement. We continue to exhibit established artists in the genre as well as fostering emerging artists, many of whom go on to great acclaim. Our emphasis is on art that embodies technical craftsmanship blended with fantastical imagery and visually dynamic narratives.

John Brophy, b. 1963 Oasis Oil on paper on panel 12 x 16 inches

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thinkspace gallery

Andrew Hosner 6009 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 T 310 558 3375 E contact@thinkspacegallery.com thinkspacegallery.com

Founded in Los Angeles in 2005, and located in the Culver City art district since 2009, Thinkspace was established with a commitment to the promotion and dissemination of young and emerging art. The gallery is a catalytic conduit for the emerging New Contemporary art scene, and is dedicated to the exposure of its tenets and its artists.

Dabs Myla Spirit Of Tradition Part 1, 2013 Acrylic on cradled wood panel 18 x 24 inches

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Jen Rogers & Kerri Stephens 16 Jessie Street, #C120 San Francisco, CA 94105 T 415 433 4400 E Q@varnishfineart.com varnishfineart.com

varnish fine art

Jen Rogers and Kerri Stephens believe that Art makes the world a better place. Since founding Varnish Fine Art in 2003, they’ve become known for showing provocative, skillfully executed contemporary artwork. The gallery is a vital part of the Yerba Buena Arts District of downtown San Francisco, and is a member of the SF Art Dealers Association.

Dan Quintana Zero Instruments (detail image), 2013 Oil on wood 48 x 30 inches

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Fifty24mx gallery

Fifty24MX Gallery Colima 184, Mexico City 06700 T+ 5255 52561444 E fifty24mx@loshappypeople.com fifty24mx.com

Fifty24MX is a gallery created in 2009 dedicated to promote Young Contemporary Art that showcases the work of well-established artists that are pushing the status quo as well as young and talented emerging artists. Housed in a two story space located in Mexico city´s young cultural epicenter, Roma neighborhood, we seek to present exhibitions that provide original visual experiences, showcasing the creativity of international contemporary artists.

Saner El charro Acrylic on canvas 59 x 47 inches

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Art Center College of Design 1700 Lida Street Pasadena, CA 91103 T 323 683 9000 E neweyeaccdprojects@gmail.com neweye-accdprojects.tumblr.com

New Eye - ACCD Projects

New Eye is a unique platform designed to offer collectors a curated view of some of Art Center College of Design’s most brilliant Illustration/Fine Art alumni. Through innovation, skill, and imagination the artists create singular visions in a variety of media.

Julie Yeo Family Eyes (a), 2013 Gouache, graphite, paper 22 x 30 inches

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La Casona Gallery Lizet Fraga Muralla 107 esq. San Ignacio Habana Vieja, La Habana, Cuba T + 537 8306150 E galeriacasona@gmail.com galeriascubanas.com

La Casona Gallery

Focuses on the conceptual and experimental Cuban contemporary art, including different generations of Cuban artists. We exhibit and develop different types of media, videos, installations, objects and paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings.

Kadir L贸pez, b. 1972 Capitol, 2013 Rubick Cube series. Mixed media on metal 100 x 100 cm

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gloria delson contemporary arts

Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts 215 W. 6th Street #115 Los Angeles, CA 90014 T 323 309 2875 E Petra@GDCAGallery.com GDCAGallery.com

GDCA is a full-service contemporary arts gallery located on Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles. After serving privately for more than 30 years, catering to private and corporate clientele, GDCA debuted their public gallery space in March of 2010. GDCA prides itself on developing valued relationships with emerging talents, as well as established artists, and offering access to a diverse body of works that includes painting, sculpture, photography and works-on-paper.

Eddie Rehm Tie Guy Oil, acrylic & industrial products & plastic 48 x 48 inches

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Jean Compton 251 Brunson Lane Wimberley, TX 78676 T 512 847 8908 C 512 757 1535 E jcompton@jcomptongallery.com jcomptongallery.com

J compton gallery

At J Compton Gallery, we’re passionate about folk art; outsider and self-taught art; and American antiques, especially early rag dolls and toys, tramp art, quilts and all manner of curious, one-of-a-kind objects. You can find us online at jcomptongallery.com and at quality antique and art shows around the country.

Larry John Palsson, 1948-2010 Untitled Acrylic on paper

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paralelo gallery

Paralelo Gallery Rua Artur de Azevedo 986 - Pinheiros CEP 05404-002 São Paulo SP, Brazil T +55 11 2495 6876 E info@parelelogaleria.com.br paralelogaleria.com.br

Paralelo Gallery was founded in São Paulo in 2010, by Flávia Marujo and Andrea Rehder, focusing on the contemporary creation and its latest trends. With a clear international flair, its target is building a bridge between Brazil and Iberoamerica, where sharing is a priority and essential experience. The gallery aims to promote the plurality of studies and languages developed by emerging artists or already established, from both sides of the Ocean.

Luiz Hermano Tercido Cúbico, 2013 95 x 95 cm

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the Tolman Collection of Tokyo

The Tolman Collection of Tokyo 445 5th Avenue New York, NY T 212 489 7696 E allisontolman@verizon.net tolmantokyo.com

The Tolman Collection of Tokyo was founded in 1971 by Mary and Norman Tolman. Their older daughter Allison Tolman works as a private dealer in New York, showcasing fine contemporary Japanese prints in limited editions. A frequent lecturer on 20th and 21st contemporary Japanese prints, Ms. Tolman will display an array of recent selections by the gallery’s stellar artists.

Sara Brayer Spring Bath, 2013 Aquatint on handmade paper Edition of 22

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Henry Klein 7455 Vista del Monte Avenue Van Nuys, CA 91405 T 818 469 9631 E henry@kleinprint.net Kleinprint.net

kleinprint

Founded by Henry Klein, Emeritus Professor of Art at Los Angeles Valley College, kleinprint was born of a passion for contemporary graphic art from Central and Eastern Europe. Klein, professor of printmaking, artist, critic, curator and writer, gathered together for this fair, rare works by Jirí Anderle, the late Jan Krejcí and Oldrich Kulhánek, Katarína Vavrová, and the peerless collaborative suite, The Prague of Rabbi Löw.

Katarína Vavrová Anna Karanina, 2012 Painting on paper 27.1 x 21.2 inches

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Stoney road press

David O’Donoghue Stoney Road Press Dublin 3, Ireland T +35 31 887 8544 E mail@stoneyroadpress.com stoneyroadpress.com

Fine art publishers of limited edition prints and books by Irish and international artists.

Donald Teskey Untitled II, 2013 Carborundum & Intaglio Sheet 69 x 69 cm Edition of 75

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

tobey c. moss gallery

Since 1978, Tobey C. Moss Gallery has had a focus upon works on paper - Prints, Drawings, Watercolors, Collages. Initially showing art by 17th-20th c. European and American artists, we accent the art and artists of California 1930s to 2000. PALMER SCHOPPE captured the life and customs of Wadmalaw Island in South Carolina. Gullah Rhythm was drawn on stone at Lynton Kistler studios in Los Angeles.

Palmer Schoppe, 1912-2001 Gullah Rythm, 1935 Lithograph 13 1/8 x 8 7/8 inches Edition of 20

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Verne Collection

Verne Gallery 2207 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 T 216 231 8866 C 216 337 0340 E vernegallery@att.net vernegallery.com

The Verne Collection is one of the most important contemporary Japanese print and painting galleries in the world. We have had paintings on loan to the Metropolitan Museum in New York, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Fogg Museum at Harvard, the Morikami Art Museum, and the Mingei Museum of World Folk Art. The Verne Gallery 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.

Katsunori Hamanishi, b. 1949 Four Seasons Mezzotint 54.25 x 23.75 inches Edition of 70 Exhibitions: Smithsonian Collection, June 2012 One Man Show Art Institute of Chicago, October 2013

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IFPDA

The IFPDA is an organization of expert dealers dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of printmaking, a medium of artistic expression that has been used for over 500 years. EGENOLF GALLERY JAPANESE PRINTS P.O. Box 4240 Burbank, CA 91503-4240 T 661 821 0256 F 661 821 0884 E veronica@egenolfgallery.com www.egenolfgallery.com KLEINPRINT 7455 Vista Del Monte Avenue Van Nuys, CA 91405-1950 T 818 469 9631 E henry@kleinprint.net www.kleinprint.net ROGER GENSER THE PRINTS & THE PAUPER P.O. Box 5133 Santa Monica, CA 90409-5133 T 310 392 5582 F 310 392 5582 E genserprints@verizon.net

THE TOLMAN COLLECTION OF TOKYO 445 5th Avenue New York, NY T 212 489 7696 E allisontolman@verizon.net www.tolmantokyo.com TOBEY C. MOSS GALLERY 7321 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036-2534 T 323 933 5523 F 323 933 7618 E tobeymoss@earthlink.net www.tobeymossgallery.com

FINE PRINT FAIR EXHIBITORS

IFPDA

VERNE COLLECTION, INC. 2207 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 T 216 231 8866 E vernegallery@att.net www.vernegallery.com

STONEY ROAD PRESS Stoney Road Dublin 3, Ireland T +35 31 887 8544 E mail@stoneyroadpress.com www.stoneyroadpress.com

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Vintage POSTER EXHIBITORS This section of the fair graphically embodies the intersection of art, politics, and commerce. The Vintage Poster Section features a select group of international dealers, bringing the finest examples of the enduring genre from all over the world. BARCLAY SAMSON LTD Le Vieux Presbytere Plougoumelen 56400, France T +33 297 588 104 E Richard@barclaysamson.com www.barclaysamson.com CENTURY GUILD DECORATIVE ARTS 2136 W. North Ave. Chicago, IL 60647 T 312 617 8711 E chicago@centuryguild.net www.centuryguild.net GALERIE MICHEL GRAGLIA 21, rue Maufoux Beaune 21200, France T +33 380 222 350 E michel.graglia@wanadoo.fr

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Richard Barclay Barclay Samson Ltd. Le Vieux Presbytere Plougoumelen, France T + 33 297 588 104 E richard@barclaysamson.com barclaysamson.com

barclay samson ltd.

We specialize in original vintage posters from around the world. We hold a large eclectic stock covering art nouveau, art deco styles, as well as aviation, film and many other subjects. We act as consultant and advisor to Museums and private collections.

David Hockney, b. 1937 Igor Stravinsky Metropolitan Opera, New York Silk screen in colors 81 x 35 inches

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WORLD CAPITAL MARKET EXHIBITION

BREATHING

Welcome to the exhibition Breathing at the LA Art Show 2014. “Breathing”, the theme of the exhibition featuring artist’s feeling for nature and artistic expression, draws attention to Mother Nature and protects the environment. “Breathing” is also a cultural exchange platform that provides ten outstanding Chinese artists to showcase their unique artistic language and superb skills to the American public. Meanwhile, these visionary artists will offer a visual feast at the LA Art Show this year to promote artistic cultural dialogue between China and the U.S. As the main sponsor of “Breathing”, World Capital Market is always enthusiastic about public welfare cause and keen to bringing Sino-US cultural exchange. City development and environmental protection are very popular topics with World Capital Market Inc. As an environmental friendly company, we strive to support events that promote the concepts of green and sustainable future. Sincerely,

Phil Ming Xu Chairman/CEO World Capital Market (WCM)

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BREATHING A Curated Exhibition Sponsored by World Capital Market Breathing is the essence of life. Breathing is a sign of life. It delivers oxygen to the body to enable function, and removes carbon dioxide: the unneeded by-product of these reactions. In Chinese, breathing also means “Tu Jiu Na Xin.� It is a metaphor for exhaling the old and bad, and inhaling the new and good. Allowing pollutants and troubles to leave, and purity and clarity to enter. The natural environment determines the quality of the air we breathe, and the cultural environment affects the human mind and activity. In essence, breathing is a harmonious cycle between human life and nature. Breathing, a curated exhibition sponsored by World Capital Market (WCM) features six Chinese contemporary artists. The show displays different perspectives of the Human-Environment relationship, and emphasize the environmental issues in China. The Breathing exhibition also delivers a feast of cultural exchange. It is a fresh breath of understanding and communication between China and America.

Artists: Chen Jiu Dilute Lang He Xingyou Li Shigong Li Xiaofeng & Jia Kai Liang Chaoshui Peng Rong Ye Changming Zhang Xinquan Acknowledgement: Mr. Phil Ming Xu, Chairman/CEO of World Capital Market (WCM) Sponsor: World Capital Market Organizer : LA Art Show

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Chen Jiu

Chen Jiu, b. 1957 Director of Zhu Qizhan Art Museum & Shanghai Duolun Art Museum Laozi, a Chinese ancient philosopher, said that “the greatest virtue is like water, which is advantageous to everything but not fighting for anything.” Through the study of the praise of water in The Book of Odes to the observation of water under today’s micro technology as well as the conservation of water resource and the environment, Chen Jiu turns his thoughts toward water into the diversification of 24 Solar Terms. The artist explained, “…With a brush on my hand, I gaze at the gurgling water from a distance. I want to preserve the grace of flowing water with 24 Solar Terms: endless and boundless, the light skims over the water by chance. I aim to depict the special states of water with my interlacing brushstrokes”. The graceful style of water is being turned into abstract language with brush and ink.

Dilute Lang

1952 born in Beijing. Member of Art Institute of Chinese Stage Chinese Culture and Arts Development Association

“ Images have, since primitive times, been sources of inspiration and contemplation able to reveal the joy and the tragedy of humankind’s place in the world. From the pre-historic cave paintings of Lascaux in the French Pyrenees, the rock art of ancient Sahara, the carvings of the Inuits, the tattoos of the Maoris, and the photos and newsreels of more recent times, they have chronicled our relationship with nature, the spiritual world and with ourselves. Xi Lang’s oil paintings, presented under ‘The Yellow River Wetland-Art for Environmental Protection’ initiative, is part of this tradition, part of this cultural flow where images open our eyes to the beauty and harm we do to our world and thus ourselves.” ----Klaus Toepfer, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)

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He Xingyou

1956 Born in Chongqing China 1974 Start to photograph 2004 “The impression of Yesterday” Solo exhibition in National art museum of China

Mankind has never stopped transformation of our planet. To their own cognitive to reflect the strength. With the help of technology today, we are accelerating the transformation of the way the environment. This is like getting closer to the dream within reach, but it seems to moving away from it all.Leaving only the forgotten “Landscape.”

Li Xiaofeng & Jia Kai

Documentary Filmmaker. Gold Underground (138min) -2012 Awarded “Grand Prize- Independent spirit” 2012 Beijing Independent Film Festival -Credited as TOP Ten Chinese Documentary of the 8th China Independent Film Festival -Officially selected by 9th Copenhagen International Documentary film festival”International Competition Program” -Officially selected by 2013 Yamagata International Documentary film festival(YIDFF) -Officially selected by 2013 PHTV Documentary film festival

Synopsis Gold Underground Yulin, once the poorest region of Northwest China, has rapidly become “China’s Kuwait” for the mining industry launched in recent years. People rush into the coal mine and other coal related business for their dream of getting rich overnight---possessed by the anxiety and restless, however, they find there’s no choice for them in the gold rush. The film is consisted of three stories about coal by three different narrative methods to depict the life in the coal mine, heavy truck and coal information agency, through which to show the strong anxiety for wealth in every corner of the daily life and the dilemma of choice for contemporary Chinese people.

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Li Shigong

1967 Born in Dalian, China Lives and works in Beijing, China Solo 2008 Alternative Freedom Group Exhibitions 2013 LA Art Show, Los Angeles, USA 2011 Songzhuang Art Festival, Beijing, China 2010 Phenomena, ShangShang Art Museum, Beijing 2009 the 5th Songzhuang Art Festival, Beijing, China 2008 ABB Art Festival, Time Space, 798 Art District, Beijing, China

The subject of the installation is to stress the concern for our living environment, one that has great impact on our fate, soul, and spirit. It is one form of reflection and critique of our reality and environment. It displays a conversion of material, turning the traditional Chinese commodity, artificial rock, into ash. The dust is double in it’s meaning. It is clear representation of harmful pollutants to our bodies, but also commentary on corruption. Corruption, just like how the dust corrupts the body, also stems from social conflicts that have extended into the environment and culture. The heavy price, is the loss of the landscape - leaving people numb to the dire state of the environment.

Liang Chaoshui

Member of the Central Institute of Fine Art Academy Vice President, Xu Beihong Cultural Arts College, Exhibitions: 2013 Snow, Kwang International Art Exhibition 2013 Parked, My Land My People National Oil Painting Exhibition, Chinese National Artists Association 2013, Cave, Excellence Award, Integration with Outlook Oil Painting Exhibition 2012 Solo Exhibition of Watercolor, Miyasee Art Gallery, Beijing 2012 Dreams – Blue, Excellence Award, the 10th National Watercolor Exhibition 2011 Song Ling persistence & Sun Valley, the 2nd China Oil Painting Exhibition” 2011 Qiushi, the 4th National Youth Art Exhibition

Liang Chaoshui travels and creates landscape paintings in the traditional Chinese fashion all year long. He often ventures into the wilderness or small rural villages, the main source for his inspiration. His deep connection with nature, allows himself to become detached. When he paints, he forgets the outside world and its incessant chatter, as well as himself. He becomes part of nature as nature becomes into oneself.

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Peng Rong

1968 Born in Yuanjiang, Hunan Province 1987 Graduated from Department of Biology of Peking University Group Exhibitions 2007 The 4th China International Art Gallery Expo 2007 Jingzhe Contemporary Art Exhibition 2007 Boundless Reality Photography Exhibition 2007 Tao of Aunts , Modern Art , Shanghai 2008 798Arts Festival Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition 2008 Chinese media, Germany Solo Exhibition 2008 Benevolent invincible, Beijing 2008 Photographic Art Of PengRong, Japan 2011 Bionic, Dong Lei image gallery, Beijing

“Bionic” is a small part taken by Peng Rong from the biology. He connects his pictures with the real society through the simulation of mantises. Many questions about the reality are raised in his pictures. Who can answer them? And who will answer them? By Fang Lei

Zhang Xinquan

Professor, Dean of Painting Department, Nanjing Art Institute Member of Chinese National Artists Association Zhang has been wildly exhibited at many important art museums, including National Art Museum of China *Important Solo Exhibition 2011 Solo Exhibition, National Art Museum of China Group Exhibitions 2012 Exhibition, National Art Museum of China 2011 Zhejiang Art Museum

My eyes brightened up when I first came across Zhang Xinquan’s oil paintings of modern cityscape. In contemporary Chinese oil painting, it is rare, if not never ever, to find paintings representing modern industrial civilization with unique artistic language and challenging visual images. In addition to the new aesthetic experience it brought me, the schematism of vessels, ports, automobiles, and airplanes made me ponder over the civilization changes, the development tendency of art, the aesthetic formulary of the nation and the time spirit of art after China stepped into the modern world. By Wang Duanting

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The Dimensions of Chinese Contemporary Art 2014

Never before has Chinese contemporary art been so widely known and acclaimed as it is today. In the past few years in particular, a dynamic array of Chinese contemporary art exhibitions have been held in various first-rate museums and galleries in the Western world, drawing significant attention from collectors worldwide. In addition, nearly every recently published book on art history contains chapters about Chinese contemporary artists. The 2014 LA Art Show’s featured China Exhibition is themed Hues of China, conveying focus, reflection and diversity, which is an exact depiction of China’s art circle today, so vigorous, innovative and diverse. If fixed in a 1990s mindset, one will not be able to understand the rapid changes happening in today’s China and the younger generations’ artwork. Artists born in the 1950s and 1960s dwell more on retrospective thinking and a mental digestion of their past experience and memories, while those born in the 1970s and 1980s shift their focus to a broader range of topics, including daily life, individual space, and external changes. Hues of China, this year’s exhibition, apart from displaying work from artists born in the ‘50s and ‘60s, will put the spotlight on younger generations.

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A Mixed Delight The first section, A Mixed Delight, offers a refined collection of work from three different top-notch galleries. Wang Xiaosong, from Author Gallery, is one of the rising stars in abstract art. Breaking the traditional rules in 2D art, he uses a tapestry of bouncing and swirling brush strokes to create a relieflike effect. Dots on his painting look like a hustling group of interdependent individuals who stack up against each other and expand at different levels, creating something analogous to an ant colony, or the world in which we are living.

Wang Xiaosong Breeding II, 2013 Oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm The soul of the flow and the flow of soul in their respective path changes, breeding, expanding, and even rupturing.

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Yi Ling Flowers So Red, 2013 Mixed media 140 x 200 cm Flowers So Red by Yi Ling from Shanghai Tianqing Gallery is a calm and abstract narration of worldly things.

Guo Kaijun The Joy, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 80 x 100 cm A kind of irony, a kind of dignity, and a deep deviation from reality.

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Lei Qiaobin Big Family No.17, 2008 Oil on paper 110 x 160 cm Even though we come from the same family, each life will face their own survival alone.

Lin Peng Highway Impression, 2013 Oil on canvas 120 x 80 cm Highway Impression by Lin Peng from Art Trend explores a more serious question. Flyovers have changed the shape of cities, as well as their speed and purity. Surrounded by exhaust fumes, people seem to have lost themselves. Big Family by Lei Qiaobin expresses a view that even though we come from one big family, each individual has to deal with their own existence. A look at the familiar city to accelerate change, but everything is lost in the smoke.

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Young and Reckless Shanghai Art Fair has always been dedicated to introducing the world to new talented artists. In the Young and Reckless, one of the sections of the Hues of China Exhibition, young Chinese artists, filled with passion and daring originality, will share their life experiences and unique insight into today’s fastchanging world through the medium of art. For example, a series of artwork like September in Shanghai by Shanghai Normal University and Narration-Space by Hubei Institute of Fine Arts have depicted, from different perspectives, the limited individual space of China’s moderately well-off urban citizens. The former is more symbolic, filled with ambition, expectation, and anxiety for the unknown future. The artwork series New Urban Fables by the College of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, further reveals the inner world of the contemporary generation. In their work, there are no heroic epic or revolutionary storms, but only a common concern about globalization, our future home, the environment, and dying cities. Love Bird, by depicting a scene of daily life, mirrors the isolation between people and what they long for. In contrast, work from Nanjing Normal University, like Quilt, Motorcycles, and Desk Lamp, share an intimate personal experience by presenting privately-used objects with a touch of warmth, which will trigger a rush of association on the part of the audience.

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Feng Zhijia Loser, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 50 x 60 cm

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Perfection in Porcelain In Perfection in Porcelain, modern porcelain production techniques and new designs will be displayed. Combining tradition and innovation, artists strive to raise the art of porcelain to a new level of perfection. Black and White by Zhao Kun delivers a quality of vividness and straightforwardness. Horse by Zhao Kun from Suixuan Art Center is an elegantly simple yet lively illustration of a magnificent horse. Xiong Jun and Xu Lan, by using new techniques, rewrite traditional topics and offer a new interpretation of the old aesthetic values.

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Zhao Kun Deer Porcelain 42 x 38 x 26 cm

Xiong Jun Homeland Porcelain 16 x 50 x 40 cm

Xiong Jun Mountain I & II Porcelain 48×16×16 cm

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Organized by Shanghai Oriental Huiwen International Cultural Service Trading Co., Ltd.

Supported by Bureau for External Cultural Relations Ministry of Culture, People’s Republic of China Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture, Radio, Film & TV National Base for International Cultural Trade (Shanghai)

Special Thanks To Blue Sky Communications, Inc.

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Participating Galleries: ART TREND Joan Zeng No. 419, Zu Chong Zhi Road Pudong New Area Z-art Center Shanghai, China T +86 2134618731 T +86 13801857731 E zjoan882000@qq.com newstar.artysc.com

SHANGHAI ART FAIR INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CO., LTD. Gu Zhihua Room 212, Office Building 1 No. 2, Lane 345, Shilong Road Shanghai, China T +86 13601994099 E Vaichery@sartfair.com

AUTHOR GALLERY Cai Pengcheng, Sophy J Cai Room H102, Redtown No. 570 West Huaihai Road Shanghai, China T +86 13817499730 T +86 13901805989 T +86 21 60906195 E authorgallery@yahoo.cn 1075434867@qq.com authorgallery.com

SHANGHAI TIAN QING GALLERY Zhu Xiaojing Room B50, Hall 1, Hongxin Road Shanghai 201101, China T +86 21 54335130, 54201517 F +86 21 54201466 E tqgallery@163.com tqgallery.com

JINGDEZHEN XIONG JUN & XU LAN GALLERY Xiong Jun Peninsula International Hotel Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China T +86 13907982394

SHANGHAI SUIXUAN ART CENTER Qi Heliang No. 659, Honggu Road Changning District Shanghai, China T +86 13801985665 E qiheliang@suixuanart.co

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Dear Friends, The California Art Club, one of the oldest, largest and most active fine arts organizations in the United States, is honored to participate in this year’s Los Angeles Art Show. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth, where you may also view our exhibition – Energy – which spotlights works from our top-tier Signature Artists and emerging Mentor Program Members. Since 1909, the California Art Club has been dedicated to promoting the merits of traditional fine arts and continuing the legacy of the organization’s founding artists, who migrated to the Los Angeles area from the Midwest and East Coast, chiefly drawn to the Golden State’s unrivaled landscapes, natural beauty and yearround sunshine. With conditions ideal for outdoor painting, these artists gave birth to a new artistic movement now known as “California Plein Air” or “California Impressionism.” As a dynamic nonprofit educational organization with more than 2,800 members around the world, the Club strives to expand the knowledge and appreciation of traditional fine arts through our educational programs, award-winning publications and exhibitions. Our hallmark annual event – the Gold Medal Juried Exhibition – is now in its 103rd year and will be on display in Los Angeles at the Autry National Center from March 30 to April 20. With this display and the many others that we present at museums, galleries and historic sites throughout the state, we support a network of contemporary–traditional fine art painters and sculptors and provide opportunities for art enthusiasts, collectors, students and scholars to interact with these artists in order to better understand the creative process. For more information about the California Art Club and the programs and exhibitions we present in conjunction with our nine chapters, visit www.californiaartclub.org. We invite you to join us at our exhibitions and program, so you, too, can participate in our ongoing dialogue about traditional art forms. Sincerely, Elaine Adams Executive Director & CEO 232


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The California Art Club, established in 1909, is one of the oldest and largest fine arts organizations in America. Its founding members were a handful of professional artists who migrated to Los Angeles from the Midwest and East Coast, drawn to the Golden State’s natural beauty and year-round sunshine. With conditions ideal for outdoor painting, these pioneering artists gave birth to the first artistic movement to be defined as uniquely Californian – “California Impressionism.” Today the organization includes among its members nationally renowned painters and sculptors, as well as art students, scholars and patrons, in order to interject different perspectives into the dialogue about traditional art. The mission of the Club is to promote the traditional fine arts in the fields of painting, drawing and sculpture and to provide educational programs and exhibitions that foster understanding and interpretation of traditional art heritage and California history. The Club’s hallmark event, the Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition, is now in its 103rd year and will be presented at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles this spring.

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Zhang yu installation

Zhang Yu Fingerprints-Conception and Form (Installation, Image), 2013 Xuan paper, Silk, Monitor 450 x 730 cm Zhang Yu’s work Fingerprints 15 January 2014 is a large-scale spatial installation created by him specifically for the LA Art Show. The work consists of a combination of Fingerprints works on 30 scrolls of xuan paper, each measuring 90cm x 620cm. These 30 long banners with their red fingerprints are suspended from above in a patchwork that forms a spectacular and intriguing red wall. The mystery and power of this red wall made up by the red fingerprints on thirty strips of thin xuan paper is unpredictable. This artistic expression is fulfilled by the artist’s bodily performance, in which the traces of overlapping fingerprints completely convert the xuan paper into something physical, thus thoroughly subverting its original significance. At the same time it already goes far beyond the cognitive level conveyed visually to the viewer. The artist efficiently associates the everyday experience of the fingerprinting performance with the artistic expression of the realm of cultivation practice, and so the expression of the fingerprinting performance goes far beyond the performance of fingerprinting as such, while the expression involved in the fingerprinting performance simultaneously even farther transcends the structure of the visual appearance of this large-scale spatial installation work. We thus discover that the artist’s creation of these fingerprinting works does altogether not reside in their visual appearance, but, rather, underlies their visual expression, and to an even higher degree is to be found in the spiritual connotations consciously preset for us by the artist. 234


COME AND VISIT NEXT DOOR SOUTH HALL H One-of-a-kind gems, designer jewelry and watches, vintage couture purses, cases and decorative arts including: Antique and modern silver, Asian art, Textiles, Books, Porcelain, Tribal art, Furnishings and Accessories. A portion of the show will also be dedicated to showcasing rare museum-quality tribal art and artifacts.

TREASURES OF THE MAYA SPIRIT

Museo Maya de America, in conjunction with La Ruta May Foundation, will debut Treasures of the Maya Spirit, the world’s most comprehensive exhibition of Maya art and ethnography featuring more than 150 ancient cultural treasures from the classic period of Maya civilization (250-900 AD) and a number of significant examples of late 19th and early 20th Century Maya ritual art. DESIGN VIGNETTES

These showcases, created by renowned interior designers, tell a story of how art, furniture, and antiquities complement the comforts of home and everyday life. Illustrating how a fine art collection can be effectively integrated into an interior design setting, these vignettes offer visitors a snapshot of how to create an inspiring environment out of any sized space.

FIDM

The FIDM Museum Fashion Council is raising funds to support the purchase of The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection—1,400 pieces of clothing and accessories dating from the 1600s to the 1930s, assembled by Southern Californian Helen Larson between 1946 and 1996. This world-class collection is noteworthy for object rarity and provenance.

FASHION EVENT

This exciting opening night delight will feature several couture and celebrity designers including Kevan Hall, and Sue Wong, creating a lush couture experience. Models adorned in designer pieces, dresses and costumes, will circulate among guests and selectively pose on pedestals during the course of the evening.


Peter Mays | Executive Director

Dear Arts Enthusiast, On behalf of the Staff, Board of Directors and Artists of the Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA), please allow me to welcome you to the 2014 Los Angeles Art Show and the Los Angeles Fine Art Show. As I reflect on a new year, I’m proud of LAAA’s 89-year role in the formation of Los Angeles’ 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, contemporary 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. Mindful of the huge impact that emerging artists make to all aspects of our shared 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. In 2013 alone, LAAA expanded our mission in the following ways to meet the needs of local artists: • LAAA served over 500 artists of all media, provided 26 scholarships to economically challenged artists, presented 27 exhibitions at Gallery 825, 10 offsite exhibitions, 48 artists critique groups and 8 artists talks. • LAAA exhibited at many national art fairs and exhibitions including The 2013 LA Art Show, The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, The San Francisco Fine Art Fair, The Beverly Hills Art Show, Photo LA and in the Miami Design District during Art Basel Miami Beach. • Internationally, LAAA exhibited at Projektraum M54 in Basel, Switzerland during Art Basel. • LAAA’s commitment to community outreach and serving all artists was demonstrated by our 6th annual Out There exhibit, celebrating Gay Pride Month and Equity for All Artists, a special exhibition featuring artists with paralysis and spinal cord injury. • While LAAA has a lean, mission-driven staff, we enjoy the benefit of more than 1200 hours of annual volunteer service that greatly enhances our ability to operationalize our many services and events. While our two featured installations by artists David Jang and Cindy Jackson at the Los Angeles Art Show are highlights of our 2014 programming, I would like to extend a personal invitation for you to join us throughout the year as we advance our mission with special exhibits and events. Our collaborative PING PONG exhibition will open on January 18 and continue through January 31 at Gallery 825 on La Cienega Boulevard. 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 his entire team for sharing the belief that emerging artists can and do make lasting impacts on the cultural and economic life of our shared community. Enjoy the Shows! Peter Mays, Executive Director

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ission: Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities, resources, services and exhibition venues for emerging Los Angeles artists of all media. LAAA began as a civic art institution in the 1920s, connecting elite art interests to Hollywood collectors, emerging after World War II as the center of Los Angeles modernism and finally becoming the city’s nexus for emerging artists of all media. LAAA serves as a dynamic force for contemporary ideas, outreach, and community. Gallery 825 and Los Angeles Art Association are located in the heart of La Cienega Boulevard’s Restaurant Row at 825 North La Cienega Bl., Los Angeles, CA 90069. Gallery hours are 10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday or by appointment. Please call 310.652.8272 or visit www.laaa.org

Lisa Soto Interstellar Communications (Detail 1)

Joella March Hope Files

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David Jang

In his installation, High Capacities David Jang seeks to establish intimacy with consumer matter and then willfully proceeds to transform the material. The artist’s thirst for novelty shifts the attention away from the product to the process and the consumer. Jang’s primary tactic is to subvert, dissect, comprehend, and redirect property (and its use in mechanical reproduction) to verify its potentiality and truth (or uncover its lie). In this way, the invisible inner workings of things are made visible.

David Jang Subjectivity Value…

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Cindy Jackson Always wanting…

Cindy Jackson’s sculptural installation, (Not Quite) Salvation, explores the various ways redemption and meaning are sought in today’s society. What we show to the world are outward symbols of our various paths for redemption. Completely covered with Louis Vuitton and Gucci logos, one couple is a powerful symbol of emotional entanglement, as well as the literal embodiment of consumerism and superficial pleasure/desire. A man on his knees seeks salvation; his body is surfaced with the emblems of his worship as tattoos-seeking transcendence using the gritty urban poetry of his skin as a canvas.

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Dear Friends, We are proud to initiate our third full year as a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts and culture organization through our participation in Los Angeles’ oldest and largest art fair – The Los Angeles Art Show. Participation in this event facilitates LAUNCH’s mission to create new platforms for the current as well as the next generation of local, world-class art-makers. Over the past twelve months, LAUNCH produced exhibitions and performance projects for over 50 artists in Los Angeles at our gallery space on LaBrea Avenue, 2 art fairs in California and through our annual free multi-disciplinary festival, TARFEST. Thousands of Californians have visited these exhibitions and events to discover, experience and support important projects by artists in multiple disciplines. LAUNCH began a busy 2013 presenting 6 artists at the Los Angeles Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This was our second year of participating in this excellent event with a marked increase in attendance and enthusiasm of guests and participants from all over the world. In February, LAUNCH participated in the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair exhibiting selections by 7 local artists. February also brought the first exhibition of the New Year at LAUNCH Gallery, 170 S. LaBrea Avenue, by veteran artist Gina Stepaniuk. William Wray and Thomas Frontini exhibited in March, Alexandra Dillon in April, Jorge Oswaldo in May, and Tanja Rector in July. A dynamic group exhibition of the Namaak Collective was presented by local member-artists Marischa Slusarski and Brit Ehringer. The Fall Season brought a spectacular new series of large scale works by LAUNCH stalwart, Marion Lane. Recent graduate, Bryan Ricci, presented his first body of work since graduating in May, 2012 with a MFA from Otis College of Art and Design. Finally in November, LAUNCH was honored to present new work by Doug Edge, a veteran of the Southern California art-making and teaching community for over 45 years. The La Brea Tar Pits was again the site of the 11th Annual TARFEST - Music and Art Festival held on September 21st at the LaBrea Tar Pits Park. Five bands, 3 painters, 2 sculptors, a poet and a face painter presented works and performed enthusiastically for over 4,000 Angelenos of all ages and backgrounds at this free event. For the 2014 Los Angeles Art Fair, LAUNCH is pleased to present several artists we have worked with in the past as well as artists scheduled for this upcoming year. Each of these art-makers exemplify the quality and diversity of our program and further our mission - Todd Carpenter, Marion Lane, William Wray, Doug Edge, Tanja Rector and Bryan Ricci. We are proud to be a part of the diverse creative community of Los Angeles and look forward to seeing you all very soon. Sincerely, James Panozzo, Executive Director LAUNCH LA

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Doug Edge Street Lite, 2009 Oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches

LAUNCH produces TARFEST, a free music and art festival held annually at venues in the Miracle Mile District and at the La Brea Tar Pits Park. For the past 11 years, TARFEST has served as a showcase of local emerging musicians, bands, visual artists and like-minded non-profit organizations. Please visit www.tarfest.com In 2012, LAUNCH opened the LAUNCH Gallery at 170 La Brea Avenue. This permanent location allows us to showcase artists’ work and provides a valuable tool in the development and maintenance of artists’ careers. Past exhibitions included Los Angeles artists Todd Carpenter, Fleurette West, Thomas Dang, Marion Lane, Gina Stepaniuk, William Wray, Alexandra Dillon, Jorge Oswaldo, Tanja Rector, The Namaak Collective, Bryan Ricci and Doug Edge. 2014 will be our second full year of programming at the LAUNCH Gallery which includes exhibitions by: Daniela Campins, Rema Ghuloum, Tim Hussey, Lisa Bartleson, Alex Couwenberg, Jeff Koegel, Jennifer Faist, Eric Zammitt and Kirk Pedersen among others. Please visit www.launchhla.org for exhibition and event information.

Todd Carpenter ME, 2013 Oil on board 12 x 8 inches

Marion Lane Sunset Ally Tamale, 2013 Acrylic on panel 46 x 46 inches

Tanja Rector Off the Grid, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 inches

William Wray Jesus Saves, 2012 Oil on panel 20 x 20 inches

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Paris

Women & Bicycles, an exhibition A serendipitous photo of an ironworker working on the construction of the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles led Gil Garcetti to a new career in photography in 2002. Through his photographs, he shared the beauty of the geometry of the raw steel and added to the pictorial history of the city of his birth, Los Angeles. His subsequent six books have all been photo essays. While showing beauty through the unique eye of the artist, he also calls one’s attention to the subjects of the books and often invokes a call to action. Dance in Cuba, shows the ardent spirit of the Cuban people through their dance, despite lives of extreme poverty. Water is Key tells the story of how clean water in villages in West Africa changes

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the lives, health, education, and destiny of the people there, especially that of women and girls. Paris: Women on Bicycles, while showing elegantly clad women bicycle riders throughout Paris, asks us to consider how getting out of our cars to do everyday activities can help reduce traffic congestion and clean up our environment. Gil’s photographs have been exhibited at venues throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. His next photo book, JAPAN: A REVERENCE FOR BEAUTY, is scheduled for release in April 2014. Having been a prosecutor with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office for 32 years, eight of which were as the elected District Attorney (19922000), Gil oversaw 1100 prosecutors and 2000 support staff. He placed special focus on domestic violence, juvenile justice, and child support cases. He also initiated specific programs designed to prevent crime, especially juvenile crime. While taking in the sights of Paris, Garcetti saw an elegantly dressed


woman riding her bicycle towards him. His camera was ready. She was sitting upright without a helmet or riding gloves. As he began thinking of how he would photograph her, she came to the corner and stopped. Her long, wavy hair covered most of her face. This woman and the photograph he took were the beginnings of a photo book project: Paris: Women & Bicycles. For Garcetti, there is a much larger purpose to this photo project. Might urban areas in the United States replicate what Paris has accomplished by promoting safe bicycle usage and, thereby, reduce traffic congestion, and improve air quality as well as the health of their citizens? Paris: Women & Bicycles was the calling card for Garcetti to meet with local government officials and to give speeches and presentations on this subject to groups and organizations. Garcetti believes that some day, a visitor to any given city in the United States will remark about the wonder of so many women and men, of all ages, riding their bicycles rather than in cars. A fantasy? A dream? Just look at the city of Paris!

In conjunction with the Paris: Women & Bicycles exhibition, photographer, television producer, university lecturer, and former Los Angeles County District Attorney, Gil Garcetti’s panel discussion, The Power of Beautifully Dressed Parisian Women—on Bicycles—on Saturday, January 18, 2014 (2 p.m.)—will share with us how, through his photography and political experience, he has been able to move urban areas to look at bicycle riders and bike sharing programs as ways of alleviating traffic congestion, improving citizens’ health, and making our air a bit cleaner. By acclaimed photographer Gil Garcetti, curated by Isabel Rojas-Williams.

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Rupert García, Leo Limón, Margaret García, and Eloy Torrez. To help raise funds for the 2014 celebration of the 50-year partnership between the City of Los Angeles and its French Sister City, Bordeaux, Cheech Marin has designated the donation of one portfolio from The Chicano Collection / La Colección Chicana to be sold during the LA Art Show. Proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to support this year-long cultural exchange. Of the 50 sets to be donated, Cheech has distributed 25 to date, and has 25 more to donate (in addition to the aforementioned one for sale, he will donate one to the Musee d’ Aquitaine Bordeaux). Recipients to date include the Smithsonian, LACMA, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Otis College of Art & Design, Duke University, National Museum of Mexican Art, and San Antonio Museum of Art.

Also on view: Exclusive preview of “Blazing Chicano Guitars” — - Six of the dozen guitars in this project will be available for sale. All feature paintings by Chicano/a artists. Artists featured in this initial release are Jari “Werc” Alvarez, Chaz Bojorquez, Gaspar Enriquez, Ricardo Ruiz, John Valadez, and Jaime “Germs” Zacarias.

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About FLARE FLARE (France Los Angeles Residency Exchange) is an artist residency exchange program between Paris and Bordeaux, France and the City of Los Angeles. Now in its third edition, each year, FLARE has supported two artists from Los Angeles to conduct residencies in France and two, from Bordeaux and Paris, to conduct residencies in Los Angeles. To date, 12 artists have traveled between France and the City of Angels. The program, which is supported by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and its partners, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Los Angeles, with funding support from the City of Bordeaux and the Institut Français, works through two residency centers in France: Cité internationale des Arts in Paris and Bordeaux’s La Fabrique POLA. Over the past three years, Los Angeles artists such as Richard Hawkins, Patricia Fernández and Pauline Shaw were able to spend two months in Bordeaux and discover its dynamic contemporary art scene, while Bordeaux artists, Benoît Maire, Laurent Le Deunff and Sabrina Soyer had an opportunity to develop projects in Los Angeles. On the Paris/Los Angeles side of the program, recipients included French artists Cyprien Gaillard and Armand Jalut, and LA artists Joel Kyack and Peter Harkawik. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Los Angeles and Bordeaux as Sister Cities, the LA Art Show will host a special presentation of artworks by FLARE recipients from Los Angeles and Bordeaux including Patricia Fernández, Laurent Le Deunff, Benoît Maire, Pauline Shaw and Sabrina Soyer. FLARE (France Los Angeles Residency Exchange) is a project created by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the French Cultural Services in Los Angeles with the support of the Institut Français, the City of Bordeaux and local institutions.


Patricia Fernández Patricia Fernández was born in Burgos, Spain. She studied at Saint Martin’s College of Art, the University of California Los Angeles, and in 2010, received a MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. Fernández applies an archeological approach to the family archive in order to investigate the inaccuracy of our inherited memories and the subjectivity of personal experience. Through a complex network of forms and information, she seeks to investigate histories and literatures forgotten, misplaced, or buried.

Points of Departure, detail, 2013 Reconstructed archive paintings and objects 72 x 46 inches

Fernández is a Joan Mitchell Grant recipient (2010) and a California Community Foundation Fellow (2011). Her project, A Record of Succession, was exhibited at the Los Angeles Biennial, Made in LA, and at ltd los angeles. Fernández was awarded the France Los Angeles Exchange Grant (2012) and since then, has been working along the Spanish-French Pyrenees, unearthing memories of the border and rewriting histories through walking. She will be presenting her project Points of Departure (between Spain and France) in upcoming exhibitions at LAX Art and the 18th Street Arts Center.

Laurent Le Deunff Born in 1977, Laurent Le Deunff lives and works in Bordeaux. At the heart of his work, there is a mechanism, which involves turning the illusion on its head and so reminding us that any worthwhile toy must ask questions. Even if the object is perfectly recognizable – staying on the subject of his sculptures, a bone, a strongbox or a tent – the raw materials are different even if they are similar. The way that Le Deunff composes his drawings and empties them of all narrative content places the spectator in front of an open expanse. This expanse, within the drawing itself (the untouched white of the paper), evokes a certain emptiness. Recent solo shows include Galerie Semiose (2013), FRAC Basse-Normandie/Caen (2012), Musée des Beaux Arts de Libourne and Abbaye Saint-André, CAC, Meymac (2011). He also participated in several group shows such as Les Pléiades, Musée des Abattoirs / FRAC Midi-Pyrénnées, Toulouse and Défilé de Sculptures, FRAC Limousin, Limoges (2013) LOST in L.A., Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Art Park (2012) and FIAC, Hors les murs, Jardin des Plantes, Paris (2011).

Noix, fil de fer... / nuts, wire... , 2012 Dimensions variables / Various sizes Photo: Aurélien Mole Courtesy Semiose galerie, Paris

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Le Concept de Cordélia, 2010 Bronze 25 x 10 x 18 cm

Benoît Maire Since 2008, Benoît Maire has been writing a manual of aesthetics where images, objects and writing take form to bring forth some of contemporary aesthetics’ main issues. Starting from the différend (insurmountable conflict) between saying and seeing, Maire works in an in-between where art and philosophy merge into a practical use where forms spread out and surpass one another. Born in 1978 in Pessac, Maire, a graduate of the Villa Arson in Nice and of the Sorbonne, Paris, 1 did a post-diplôme at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Recent solo exhibitions included Spiaggia di Menzogne, Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, Weapon, David Roberts Art Fondation, London (2013), History of Geometry, Walden Affairs Den Haage, History of Geometry, Halle Für Kunst, Luneburg, The Object of Criticism, De Vleeshal, Midelburg, and Soon the metal between us will turn into gold, Kunsthalle Mulhouse (2011). He directed a full-length film, Repetition Island, presented at Tate Modern in London and at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Recent publications include History of Geometry, Archive Books, The Object of Criticism, Roma Publication and Benoît Maire, Drawing Room Confession.


Untitled, 2014 Mixed media Soft sculpture

Pauline Shaw Born in 1988, Pauline Shaw studied at Rhode Island School of Design and The University of Southern California. She has travelled and lived in both Europe and Asia. Her background has infused her art with a fanciful surrealism mixed with pop cultural connotations. Thinking about youth and the ability that children have to exist within the intersection of reality and imagination, Shaw utilizes this duality to create objects that are both whimsical and grotesque, exploring the underside of seemingly precious artifacts or mundane objects. Her work focuses on the archetype of a dream, where seemingly disparate ideas and forms coalesce to achieve a surrealistic object and state of being for the viewer. By exploring these juxtapositions, Shaw effects a form of naivety, desire, and confusion. Recent shows in 2013 include Untitled Solo Show, The Impermanent Collection Los Angeles and CutLog Art Fair, New York.

I want you in concrete, 2013 Installation, concrete, video HD 15 min

Sabrina Soyer Born in 1984, Sabrina Soyer works and lives in Bordeaux and Geneva. She uses writing, photography, sculpture and film in her practice, in order to create installations that combine stories extracted from novels and contemporary ways of life. She uses literature as a way to access the « constructed intimacy » of actors and people she works with to make her films and interviews. The objects that compose her installations are derived from cultural property, personal and communal goods, lawful inheritance and unconscious responsibility. She mixes a repertoire of materials sourced from private stories and shared histories and traditions. Her artistic career is distinguished by a fusion of collaborations in the duo SSB, which acts to base her artistic approach on the exchange of possessions and dispossession of objects, ideas and identities. Writing is a large component of her practice - both fictional and narrative texts. Travel, in theory and practice, is often the starting point for the invention of new forms of writing. She is currently working on a film adaptation of Madame Bovary in Los Angeles; this project will be fully presented in a coming exhibition at CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain in June 2014, in Bordeaux, France. 249


Will L.A. Reclaim Its Title as “The Mural Capital of the World”? An Exhibition by The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA) The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA), sponsored by the 2014 LA Art Show, is proud to present a panel discussion, Will L.A. reclaim its title as “The Mural Capital of the World”? moderated by Isabel Rojas-Williams (Executive Director, MCLA) on Sunday, January 19th, 2014 at 2 p.m. In conjunction with the panel discussion, MCLA will also present a continuous exhibition (January 15th – 19th) at the Convention Center that includes pioneer muralists and artists inspired by LA’s mural culture, connecting the politics of the street to the politics of the canvas.

John Valadez, Ascension

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MCLA will bring together artists Kent Twitchell, Willie Herrón III, and Allison “Hueman” Torneros; Councilmember José Huizar (14th District); Felicia Filer (Department of Cultural Affair’s Director of Public Art); and attorney Eric Bjorgum (Karish & Bjorgum) to discuss, from various perspectives, just how Los Angeles, its citizens and visitors, will benefit from the mural ordinance recently passed into law.


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Kent Twitchell, Michael Jackson (actual size face study)

Simultaneously, MCLA’s exhibition will showcase artworks by pioneer muralists, such as Kent Twitchell and John Valadez, together with emerging and mid-career artists such as Pablo Cristi, Augustine Kofie, MEAR ONE, Risk, and Sonia Romero. Remaining true to our mission, MCLA played a key role in the crafting and passage of the mural ordinance that lifted the 2002 ban on murals and was signed into law by Mayor Garcetti in September, thereby giving a new generation of artists the opportunity to create as freely as their counterparts did in past decades. With the passage of the ordinance, the cultural landRISK, Collateral Damage2 scape of Los Angeles recovers something essential that had been lost for more than ten years. This new mural ordinance changes artists’ relationship with City Hall by 180 degrees, thus giving Los Angeles a new opportunity to once again enjoy a period of fresh cultural renaissance. MCLA, a non-profit 501[c]3 organization dedicated to the protection, maintenance, preservation and documentation of public mural art in Los Angeles,

Kofie California Convergence

Pablo Cristi California Bandits

MEAR ONE Sha Clack Clack

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hoi Jeong Hwa, the internationally recognized leader of Korea’s Pop Art movement, will present a special exhibition, “The Present of the Century,” an ambitious installation featuring large scale, colorful pillars. An immersive experience, Choi Jeong Hwa’s works explore the beauty of everyday, mass produced plastic materials as a commentary on consumerism in our throw-away culture. He invites an audience to experience things in a new way that is both beautiful and humorous. Growing up in a generation that experienced a drastic modernization and economic growth, Choi Jeong Hwa’s works speak a language that transcends the boundaries of art, design, and architecture.


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ee Yong Baek will be presenting a special exhibition of his work at this year’s LA Art Show titled, “Angel Soldier” which was featured in the Venice Biennale 2011 will be revisited in a special exhibition at the LA Art Show 2014. Lee Yong Baek is known for using a broad variety of media and technology in relation to the social environment. His video installation will be accompanied by a photograph exhibition on view during the course of the show. As a highlight during the Opening Gala Night at LA Art Show, two Angelenos dressed in “Angel Soldier” uniforms will be interacting with the visitors as performance art.

Angel Soldier b y L e e Yo n g B a e k

LA Art Show’s “Korea Connection Program”, curated by Hoojung Lee, Features a Special Exhibit by Venice Biennale’s Korean Pavilion Artists: Choi Jeong Hwa and Lee Yong Baek.

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A go-to resource for elite clientele; many of Magni’s clients are part of the “Top 200” art collectors in the world. Working with global clients, Magni Design’s project range is far reaching - London, Paris, Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles, and across the United States. While his frequent travels to international cities and remote locales continually provide inspiration for his designs, Magni lives and works in Los Angeles. The 2014 LA Art Show VIP Lounge designed by James Magni

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GUATEMALA:

TREASURES OF THE MAYA SPIRIT Treasures of the Maya Spirit is an exhibition that celebrates Maya culture and its contributions to the world. The exhibition will present more than 200 extraordinary examples of Pre-Columbian Maya Art, and will also feature some of the finest examples of native Guatemalan textiles, antique masks, and dance costumes, as well as contemporary works of art by prize-winning artists and anonymous artist-artisans, reflecting the Maya region´s worldview. Treasures of the Maya Spirit focuses on the art and civilization of the Maya people and is curated by several organizations headed by Gio Rossilli: Sofia Paredes Maury, Fundacion La Ruta Maya; Ines Guzman, Museo Maya de America; Raymond Senuk, Friends of Ixchel Museum; Professor Peter Markman & Dr. Alison Heney, Xipe Projects; and Adrian Lorenzana, Paiz Foundation.

La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation La Ruta Maya Conservation Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting the rescue, conservation, and preservation of Guatemalan cultural values by promoting education, dissemination, and valorisation of the Maya’s cultural heritage in the Mesoamerican region. The Foundation has a collection of more than 4,000 Pre-Columbian objects, and is responsible for the custody and management of these objects, duly registered at the Registry of Cultural Property. Among them are ornaments, figurines, monuments, sculptures, ceramic vessels, and examples of pictorial art in ceramic and stone. Visit www.larutamaya.com.gt

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Polychrome Stucco Figure of a Warrior as a Crouching Jaguar Southern Maya lowlands, probably southwest of the Lakes region of Peten, Guatemala. Early Classic period (ca. 250 AD- 600 AD). Height: 66 cm; Length: 266 cm; Width: 105 cm (Register No.1.2.1.299) Photo: Jorge PĂŠrez de Lara

These objects were manufactured using a variety of materials from different sources found in Mesoamerica such as clays and minerals for ceramics, shell, bone, coral, jade, obsidian, flint, and basalt, among others.

Mosaic Jade mask with coral and obsidian and inlaid shell

Carved Conch Shell with the image of a noble man

Maya Lowlands Classic period (250-900 AD) Height: 12.3 cm; Width: 13.5 cm (Register No.1.2.1.299) Photo: Jorge PĂŠrez

Terminal Classic Period (900 - 1200 AD) Maya Lowlands Length: 34 cm; Width: 18 cm (Register No. 1.2.144.187) Photo: FLAAR

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TREASURES OF THE MAYA SPIRIT Friends of Ixchel Museum The Friends of the Ixchel Museum, a US charitable foundation, was established in 1984. There are two primary missions for the organization: to promote interest in the Maya textile tradition through exhibitions, education and publications outside of Guatemala, and to support the work of the Museo Ixchel by funding selected projects. The textiles on exhibit are from the collection of the Friends of the Ixchel Museum. Over the years the collection has been built solely through the donation of textiles. For the most part the textiles on exhibit are ceremonial textiles reserved for special occasions including but not limited to cofradia (religious co-fraternities), weddings, baptisms, and mass attendance. They date to the first half of the 20th century and represent some of the finest examples from the period. These kinds of textiles are still being produced today but in limited numbers and with very different materials. The textiles in this exhibition were curated by Raymond Senuk. Visit www.ixchelfriends.org Cofradía Huipil (ceremonial woman’s blouse) Department of Chimaltenango, Language Group – Kaqchikel 1940s/1950s Sanchez Collection/ Friends of the Ixchel Museum

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Moore Mask from the Dance of the Conquest

Dog Mask from the Dance of the Deer

Monkey Mask from the Dance of the Monkeys

Mid to late 19th century

Early 20th century

Early 20th century

Xipe Projects is a museum and a non-profit educational foundation, which houses the Peter and Roberta Markman collection of masks and popular art. The museum/Foundation is committed to the dissemination of information through exhibitions and publications aimed to stimulate interest in Latin American masking and popular art through conducting and underwriting research that will be presented in publications, lectures, and seminars; exhibitions of material drawn primarily, but not exclusively, from the Markman’s extensive collections; and acquiring, conserving, and publishing information about the masks, costumes, dance paraphernalia, and popular art of various Latin American traditions. The masks and folk saints in this exhibition were curated by Dr. Alison Heney. Visit www.xipeprojects.com

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TREASURES TREASURES OF OF THE THE MAYA MAYA SPIRIT SPIRIT Paiz Foundation The Paiz Foundation for Education and Culture was founded by Carlos and Graciela Paiz in the 1970s. Their social work program started helping young Guatemalans achieve better access to education. Presently the Foundation has a yearly impact on more than 70,000 people and is dedicated to the cause of developing educational programs using the arts and culture as tools for social development. Luis González Palma LA ROSA (Photograph; 91.5 x 91.5cm)

In 1978, the Paiz Foundation started a Guatemalan art Biennial, a very ambitious program which now happens to be the area’s most important visual arts event. Many of the most renowned artists in Guatemala’s modern art history have had their first exposure through the Paiz Biennial. There have been 18 editions since the Biennial’s inception, spanning 36 years of building the Foundation’s visual arts collection, where some of the most outstanding works of art can be found. Guatemala is proud to be honored at this year’s LA Art Show and in response the Paiz Foundation will exhibit a special selection of pieces from the collection curated by Adrian Lorenzana to share with the viewing public. Visit www.fundacionpaiz.org.gt 260


Fundación Museo Maya de América unveils the design of Central America’s largest museum of Maya artifacts and culture. The Museo Maya de América, will be located in Guatemala City, and is to become a leading venue for the public to view objects, artifacts, artworks, textiles, and information on the history and culture of the Maya civilization. The institution is among the most ambitious cultural projects in the region, containing approximately 60,000 square meters (more than 600,000 square feet) of construction with a budget of US$60 million.

“With an enormous sense of optimism and a vision for the future, we aim to create a museum that celebrates Maya culture and carefully explains it,” states Fernando Paiz, President of the sponsoring organization Fundación Museo Maya de América. “We want the world to understand the sophistication and richness of this civilization in Guatemala and beyond.”

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Organized for maximum public interaction with the site, the ground is given almost entirely to open space. The galleries reside within the floating box, which is connected to the lower levels by stairs that climb their way around a central courtyard. “The central court evokes a cenote, a type of natural sinkhole characteristic of the Yucatan and held sacred by the Maya,” states Roberto de Oliveira Castro, principal of over,under. “Open to the sky and lushly planted, the eight-story cenote functions as the heart of the museum, and it forms an orientation point within the museum that extends down to the parking levels below ground, providing an interesting route into the museum and a special place to display underworld-related artifacts.” The design of the Museo Maya de América has been developed by Harry Gugger Studio of Basel and over,under of Boston. Seis Arquitectos of Guatemala City will serve as the architect of record. Conceptual design work has been completed, and a fundraising campaign has commenced. Visit www.museomayadeamerica.org Or contact us at info@museomayadeamerica.org 262


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