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LOCATION Los Angeles Convention Center | West Hall 1201 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015 RED CARD SPECIAL COLLECTOR PREVIEW Wednesday, January 11 | 3PM-5PM OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY Benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®

Wednesday, January 11 P ATRON L EVEL 7PM-11PM | Exclusive Patron Reception Area V ANGUARD L EVEL 7PM | Early Entrance F RIEND L EVEL 8PM-11PM GENERAL SHOW HOURS Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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11AM-7PM 11AM-7PM 11AM-7PM 11AM-5PM

General Admission, One Day Ticket: $30

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C ON TAC T S

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LA O F F I C E

PALM BEACH SHOW GROUP HEADQUARTERS

T 310 822 9145 info@laartshow.com laartshow.com

T 561 822 5440 info@palmbeachshow.com Palmbeachshowgroup.com

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WELCOME

The LA Art Show is the premiere event for experiencing, collecting, sharing & purchasing art. In its 22nd year, the 2017 show has refined its focus creating a freshly curated fair offering visitors and collectors a new hosted art experience devoted to Modern and Contemporary art. The show continues to evolve in a new and exciting direction reflecting how LA is making its mark as a rising world-class destination for art. Galleries will be exhibiting painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography, performance and video works for sale. This year LA Art Show will present a slate of new programming established with Los Angeles’s major art institutions, local and international artists and organizations. Some 70,000 visitors are anticipated for the 22nd edition, which will open January 11-15, 2017 at the Convention Center in Downtown Los Angeles. With the participation of more than 90 leading galleries from over 18 countries, and a focus on Latin American art, the Show is staking a prestigious position on the international arts scene by providing a platform for special exhibitions and performances and rolling out a new offering of civic engagements.

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TABLE OF CONTE NTS

Show Information

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Contact Information

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Welcome

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Table of Contents

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Welcome Letters

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Opening Night Premiere

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Host Committee | Culinary & Beverage Partners

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Beneficiary: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®

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M O D E R N + C O N T E M P O R A RY 57 Projects

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Able Fine Art

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ACA Galleries

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Ace Gallery Los Angeles

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NARCISSISTER | Presented by Ace Gallery

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Acacia Gallery

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ADC Contemporary & Building

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ASK: Alex Slato Kabinet Allan Houser Gallery

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Arcadia Contemporary

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Art All Ways

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Art Unified

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Asian Art Works

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Artêria

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[At] Traction

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Baik Art

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bG Gallery

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Blinkgroup Gallery

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Blue Rain Gallery

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Bruce Lurie Gallery

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Cantor Fine Art

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CM2 Space

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CMAY Gallery

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Coagula Curatorial

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Coagula Projects

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Conde Contemporary

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Contemporary Artifact

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Cospace Contemporary Art Gallery

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David Rothermel Contemporary

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Denis Bloch Fine Art

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Eckert Fine Art

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East Art Center

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Ellsworth Gallery

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Fine Art Maya, Inc.

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FP Contemporary

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Fun Year Art Gallery

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Gallery Clu

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Gallery d’Arte

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Gallery Fukuda

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Gallery Ho

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Gallery Kitai

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Gallery Koo

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Gallery We

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K+Y Gallery

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Jane Kahan Gallery

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Knupp Gallery Prague - Los Angeles

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LDX Artodrome Gallery

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Liahona Art Space

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Mama Gallery

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Masterworks Fine Art

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MOCA Store

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Mookji Art

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Motif Art

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MRG Fine Art

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Mugello Contemporary

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Niche Gallery

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O. Ascanio Gallery

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Other Criteria

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Palette Contemporary Art and Craft

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Peimbert Art

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Pigment Gallery

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PYO Gallery

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Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery

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Rehs Contemporary

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Sconci

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S.E.A.

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SCAA Sergott Contemporary Art Gallery Alliance

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Simard Bilodeau Contemporary

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SM Fine Art Gallery

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Simyo Gallery

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Taimei Gallery

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Tansey Contemporary

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The Gallery Steiner

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The Public House of Art

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The Tolman Collection of Tokyo

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Trotta-Bono Contemporary

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Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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Walter Wickiser

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R OOTS CU RAT E D Ararat Gallery

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Galerie Fledermaus

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Hayden & Fandetta Books

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La Perfection Louis

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Maxwell Alexander Gallery

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M.S. Rau Antiques

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Rehs Galleries, Inc.

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STOA Gallery

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Winn Slavin Fine Art

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LITTLET O P I A Art Du Marche

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Artists Republic

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Copro Gallery

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Gregorio Escalante Gallery

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Paradigm Gallery + Studio

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Red Truck Gallery

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Mel Ramos | Lifetime Achievement Award

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Britt Salvesen | Curator of the Year

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Ben Goretsky | Collector of the Year

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TABLE OF CONTE NTS WORKS ON PAPER Alan Wofsy Fine Arts and Wittenborn Art Books

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Bert Green Fine Art

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Silk Road Art Gallery

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Verne Collection Inc

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P R O J E C T S PAC E Gallerie Bruno Massa

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Project Awe

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Shumoku Gallery

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Smash Gallery

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J EWEL S Elemental Fine Natural Art

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Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry

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Yvel

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P E R F O R M A N C E + I N S TA L L AT I O N Carlos Martiel | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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DOMA | Presented by Stella Artois

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Eugenia Vargas Pereira | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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Louis Hock | Curated by Chon Noriega

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Melanie Pullen | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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Mella Jaarsma | Curated by Baik Art

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Norton Maza | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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PING-PONG 2017 | Presented by the Los Angeles Art Association 162-163

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Ramiro Gomez | Curated by Chon Noriega

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Raphael Montañez Ortiz | Presented by LACMA

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Scherezade Garcia | Presented by MOLAA

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F E AT U R E D P ROG R A M M I N G Dansaekhwa III | Curated by SM Fine Art Gallery

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National Base for International Cultural Trade (Shanghai)

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China Cultural Media Group Limited

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The Autry Museum of the American West

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Ink Painting | Japan & China

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Angel Ricardo Ricardo Rios | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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Dagmara Wyskiel | Curated by Marisa Caichiolo

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DOSSHAUS | Curated by bG Gallery

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Kim Abeles | Presented by by Downtown Los Angeles Artwalk

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Lindsay Scoggins | Presented by Art All Ways

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Luis Millé | Presented by Alex Slato Kabinet and the Business of Art

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Marc Brickman | Presented by Art All Ways

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Retna // Nunca | Presented by Art All Ways

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Yi Hwan Kwon | Presented by CMAY Gallery

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Doron Gazit - The Redline Project

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OF F ICIAL S PON SO R & M E D I A S P O N S O R S SPONSOR ADS

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PAR T N ER S PARTNER ADS

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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 and Contemporary Art. We have created the most diverse Art Show in the world. We strive towards making the LA Art Show a premier international arts destination, in the likes of Art Basel, Frieze and The Armory Show. 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, especially Kim Martindale, 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 22 nd 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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WELCOME TO THE 22ND ANNUAL LA ART SHOW It is with great gratitude for your continued support that I welcome you to the 22nd addition of the LA Art Show. Our passion to deliver an unprecedented experience in the arts in Los Angeles is driven by your enthusiasm year after year. Through the years the show has evolved, as Los Angeles has fast become an international hub for contemporary art across all mediums. With these exciting changes we’re listening and have refined our vision with a new focus on modern and contemporary work. In 2017 we are expanding our engagement in the art world as well, working with major art institutions, non-profit organizations, and local and international artists to present an exciting slate of new programming for the collector. I work with the greatest team and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank them for their tireless hours and commitment in making the 2017 show one of the best. We look forward to continuing this journey with you and hope that you have a rewarding and fulfilling 2017 experience. Make sure you take home a piece of art to enjoy all year long until we see you again January 10-14, 2018!

Kim Martindale Producer | Partner LA Art Show

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OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE

BENEFITING ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL

JANUARY 11, 2017 7-11PM LA CONVENTION CENTER | WEST HALL


THE LA ART SHOWS FESTIVITIES WILL BEGIN WITH A GALA OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY TO FURTHER THE LIFESAVING MISSION OF ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL®. The LA Art Show will donate 100% of the ticket price of Patron and Vanguard tickets and 60% of the ticket price of Friend tickets to the LA Art Show Opening Night Gala to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer. St. Jude is where doctors send their toughest cases because St. Jude has the world’s best survival rates for the most aggressive childhood cancers. By attending this event, you’ll be supporting St. Jude in its lifesaving mission of finding cures for childhood cancer and other lifethreatening diseases. Thanks to the generosity of people like you, no family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

Brooke, age 11

MiErickis, age 6

craniopharyngioma

sickle cell disease

Eden, age 4

Tyler, age 4

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57 PROJECTS

MARK ANDREW ALLEN WALK THIS WAY, 2016 Mixed Media Collage on Wood Panel 48 x 24 in

P E T E R S T E V E N S // M A R K A L L E N / / L A U R A L Y N N Los A ngeles, C A US A T 310 490 06852 // E mal lendesig n@ear thlink .net // 57projects.com

57 Projects represents emerging and mid-career contemporary artists with an emphasis on mixed media created within the city of Los Angeles.

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ABLE FINE ART NY GALLERY

JEON NAK AXIS-T5, 2016 3D New Media 103 x 103 cm

MICHELLE YU 1 4 3 B O rc ha rd St , Ne w Yo r k , Ne w Yo r k 1 0 0 0 2 US A T 212 477 1188 // E info@ablef inear tny.com // ablef inear tny.com

Able Fine Art NY Gallery is committed to presenting the finest contemporary work and fostering a dialogue between artists with whom we work and the viewing public primarily through exhibitions but also through publication of notable exhibition catalogues and through extensive contacts in the art world.

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ACA GALLERIES

MICHAEL NETTER NATURE’S BOUNTY, 1990 Mixed Media on Canvas 68 x 68 in

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ACA GALLERIES

JACK STUPPIN CATSKILL MOON, 2013 Oil on Canvas 52 x 64 in

ACA GALLERIES 5 2 9 West 2 0 t h St . Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 1 1 US A T 212 206 8080 // E info@acagal ler ies.com // acagal ler ies.com

Founded in 1932, ACA Galleries specializes in American and European art from the 19th century to the present.

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ACE GALLERY

MELISSA KRETSCHMER BERYL DRIFTER, 2016 Vellum, Gesso, Casein, Gouache, Beeswax, Plywood 55 x 48 in

S A M S. L E S L I E 5514 Wi l s h i re Bl vd Floor 2. Los A ngeles, C A 90036 US A .T 323 935 4411 // E acegal ler y@acegal ler y.net // acegal ler y.net

Ace Gallery Los Angeles presents exhibitions of contemporary art with a focus on emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery is located in the historic Desmond building on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.

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ACE GALLERY

NA R C I SSI ST E R CURATED

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A CE G ALLERY

Narcissister is an American artist based in Brooklyn who works in live performance, video, and photography to explore issues of gender, racial identity, and sexuality. Through eroticism and humor, Narcissister questions fetishism and related fixed racial and gendering stereotypes. Narcissister wears a mask in all performances, videos, and photographs.

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ACACIA GALLERY

MANUEL MENDIVE HOYO FRAGMENTO DE UN PAISAJE, 2016 143 x 113 cm

TANIA MARÍA PIÑEIRO BEQUET 18 # 512 Entre 5ta y 3R A . Mi ramar Playa , La Havana 11300 CUBA T +537 7 205 1412 // E t p.b equet26@g mai l .com // galer ialacac ia.com

Acacia Gallery was founded in Havana Cuba in 1981. The gallery promotes new forms of dialogue between traditional and contemporary work, between the expressions of Cuban avant-garde and emerging practices.

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ASK: ALEX SLATO KABINET

RODRIGO MACHADO ITURBE OPTIKINETIK USA16-008 Lacquered Aluminum frame and Matte Varnish with UV finish 50 x 50 in

Artist Showing: Rodrigo Machado Iturbe, Jose Margulis, Andres Michelena, Luis Mille, Tony Vazquez Figueroa, Jesus Soto, Alejandro Otero, Omar Rayo,

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ASK: ALEX SLATO KAB I NE T

TONY VĂ ZQUEZ-FIGUEROA IN MEMORIAM, 2016 Cast Bitumen Embedded in Resin Dimensions vary Edition: 8 +2 AP

ALEX SLATO (BY APPOINTMENT

ONLY)

400 Mer idian Ave. Miami B each, FL 33139 // 25 W. 89th St. 1-B. New York , NY 10025 US A Ave. San Juan B os c o, Ed i f Cad o re. # 1 1 . A l tam i ra , Caracas . V E N E ZU E L A T 562 225 6013 // E alex slato@g mai l .com // alex slato.com

ASK: Alex Slato Kabinet is an intimate space dedicated to exhibit hand picked works of art which co-exist in a space where strategic and organizational art services are provided by The Business of Art.

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ALLAN HOUSER GALLERY

ALLAN HOUSER CERRILLOS (MAQUETTE SCALE), 1993 Bronze Edition of 15 17 x 20 x 8 in

BOB HAOZOUS, PRESIDENT // DAVID RETTIG, CURATOR P. O. B ox 5217. Santa Fe, NM 87502 // 125 Lincoln Ave, Suite 112 Santa Fe, NM 87501 US A T 505 982 4705 // E f inear t@al lanhouser.com // al lanhouser.com

Representing the artworks from the estate of Allan Houser, one of the preeminent American artists of the 20th Century. Sculpture in stone and bronze, paintings and drawings. Operating a gallery in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico and an expansive outdoor sculpture garden south of the city of Santa Fe.

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ARCADIA CONTEMPOR ARY

JOHANNES WESSMARK SURFACING, 2016 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 39 in x 29 in

STEVE DIAMANT 9428 Washing ton Bl vd . Tow n Plaz a , Los A ngeles, C A 90232 US A T 424 603 4656 // E info@arcadiacontemporar y.com // arcadiacontemporar y.com

Arcadia Contemporary features realistic, representational artists devoting their technical skill to creating timeless, non-derivative work.

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ART ALL WAYS

RETNA DELINEATION OF THE LINE, 2016 Acrylic on Canvas 72 x 72 in

HOOJUNG LEE // JAMES HOPKINS 1244 S. St. A ndrew s Pl . Los A ngeles, C A 90019 US A T 3 2 3 4 4 9 2 4 5 1 / / E h o o j u ng l e e @ i c l o u d .c o m / / a r tal l w ay sp ro j e c t s .c o m

With a lifetime commitment to culture & fine art, Art All Ways focuses in the field of contemporary art. We’re devoted to fulfilling the needs of a wide variety of collectors & corporate clients with ambitious art projects. We specialize in new media including virtual reality, 3D projection mapping, monumental light art installation, video art, photography as well as contemporary painting and sculpture. 28

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ART U N IFIED

JOHAN TOY GUNS, 2016 Oil on Canvas 60 x 48 in

JOHAN ANDERSSON Venice Way. Venice, C A 90291 US A T 424 259 3820 // E contact@ar tuni f ied .com // ar tuni f ied .com

Art Unified showcases the most cutting edge, unique art in Los Angeles through unique events, major art fairs, art leasing, fine art apparel, giclée prints and public placements.

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ASIAN ART WORK S

RAN HWANG SECRET ANXIETY, 2016 Crystal, Beads, Pins on Plexiglas 59 x 47 in

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ASIAN ART WORK S

WANG ZHIJIE GIRL 16-3, 2016 Oil On Cancas 59 x 47 in

CRISTAL KIM D - 0 9 - 2 , 7 9 8 A r t D i str ic t , No. 4 Jiu x i a n q i ao R d . B ei j i ng , 1 0 0 0 1 5 CH I N A T + 86 10 5762 6338 // E info@asianar t work s.net // w w w.asianar t work s.net

Asian Art Works, founded in 2006, has been committed to introducing and promoting Asian contemporary art to the world. With the goal of rediscovering and representing Asian contemporary art, Asian Art Works has been curating various exhibitions and providing the art consulting service for individual collectors and companies in worldwide. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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ART ÊR I A

PASHA SETROVA THE LITTLE-EST LITTLE BOY, 2016 PLA and Mixed Media 15.5 x 5 x 5 in

GENEVIEVE LEVESQUE 6 2 5 Sh e f f o rd B ro m o n t , Q C - Q u eb e c j 2 l 1 l 1 C A N A D A T 450 919 3133 // E hel lo@ar ter iagal ler y.com // ar ter iagal ler y.com

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

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[AT ] TRACTION

HALEH MASHIAN UNTITLED (ROSE), 2016 Oil on Panel 60 x 60 in

MAT GLEASON 821 Trac tion Ave. Los A ngeles, C A 90013 US A T 323 480 7852 // E 88gal ler y@g mai l .com // at-trac tion- gal ler y.com

Opening in 2017, [At] Traction is a contemporary art exhibition space located in the historic arts district of Downtown Los Angeles.

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BAIK ART

SUH SEUNG WON SIMULTANEITY 16-329, 2016 Acrylic on Canvas 51 x 64 in

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BAIK ART

YOUNG IL AHN WATER YLYGR 16, 2016 Oil on Canvas 66 x 82 in

SUSAN BAIK 2600 S La Ci e n e g a blvd Los A ngeles. C A . 90034 US A T 310 842 3892 // E bai k@bai k ar t.com // bai k ar t.com

Baik Art is a contemporary art gallery with an international focus. It is dedicated to growing with its artists through traveling exhibitions, intercontinental residencies, and other panpacific collaborations.

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BG GALLERY

JOHN SZABO DEW DROP, 2016 Resin Sculpture 24 x 16 x 9 in

OM BLEICHER B ergamot Stat ion // 2525 Michigan Ave, Space G8-A . Santa Monica , C A 90404 US A T 310 906 4211 // E info@bgar tdealings.com // bGar tGal ler ies.com

bG gallery specializes in accomplished artists who have crossed traditionally contentious art ideologies including expressive-conceptual, insider-outsider, high-low and figurative-abstract.

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BLINKGROUP GALLERY

CANAL JEGARROOS WORDS FROM THE CLOUD, 2016 Mixed Media on Canvas 180 x 180 cm

ELIZABETH REYES 888 Bi scay ne Bl vd . Miami , FL 33132 US A T 305 587 4744 // E ar t@blinkg roup.net // blinkg roup.net

BlinkGroup is a pop-up, online, and in-house Art Fair Gallery specializing in the production of curated art exhibits around the world. Founded by Elizabeth Reyes, the gallery holds vast experience in sales, marketing and branding across the US.

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BLUE RAIN GALLERY

RIMI YANG MIND OF HIGHER ABSTRACTION, 2016 Oil on Canvas 48 x 48 in

LEROY GARCIA 544 S Guadalupe St. Santa Fe, NM 87501 US A T 505 954 9902 // E info@blueraingal ler y.com // blueraingal ler y.com

Blue Rain Gallery represents well-established artists of diverse backgrounds working in a variety of mediums. Innovation, infinite detail, and superb quality is a common thread that links the work of our artists and continues to inspire and excite collectors.

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BRUCE LURIE GALLERY

THIS IS ADDICTIVE POOR & SUFFERING RELIEF, 1996 Custom Made Packaging and Pills 21 x 21 in

BRUCE LURIE 2736 S. La Ci enega Bl vd . Los A ngeles, C A 90034 US A T 310 876 1780 // E info.lur iegal ler y@g mai l .com // Lur iegal ler y.com

Bruce Lurie Gallery was 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 LA gallery is located in Culver City’s “Art District”. The gallery has a particular focus on establishing emerging to mid-career artists specializing in cutting edge Street Art, Abstract minimalism and Pop Art with an additional recent focus on photography and sculpture. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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CAN TOR FIN E ART

SHERRIE MCGRAW THE INSPIRATION WALL , 2016 Oil on Canvas 38.5 x 50.5 in

LARRY CANTOR (A P P O I N T M E N T R E C O M M E N D E D )

P.O. B ox 1679 Venic e, C A 90294 US A T 805 300 1308 // E ljc@cantor f inear t.com // cantor f inear t.com

Specializing in emerging, mid-career artists with a sub-specialty in 19th & early 20th century American & European work.

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CM2 SPACE

LIU DADI PROJECT SERIES 3, 2014 Mixed Medium 150 x 115 cm

YUEXI LIN 786 Pinef al l s Ave. Walnut , C A 91789 US A T 626 999 7919 // E 186projects@g mai l .com // cm2space.com

CM2 Space is dedicated to promoting Chinese contemporary art and building a bridge of understanding and communication between Chinese and Western culture.

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BAHK SEON GHI POINT OF VIEW, 2014 Coloring on Mixed Media 35 x 35 x 3 in (ea)

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C M AY GALLERY

YI HWAN KWON TRAFFIC JAM, 2016 F.R.P., Acrylic Hand Painted 39 x 84.5 x 21 in

MAY CHUNG 8 6 8 7 Me l ros e Ave . Spac e B 2 2 6 . , West Hol l y wo o d , C A 9 0 0 6 9 US A T 310 922 3885 // E may@cmaygal ler y.com // cmaygal ler y.com

CMAY Gallery is a Los Angeles premiere collector’s gallery promoting contemporary art. The gallery is located in space B226 on level 2 of the iconic Blue Building at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California.

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COAGULA CU RATORI AL

EVA MALHOTRA UNTITLED II, 2016 Carved Acrylic on Panel

MAT GLEASON 974 Chung King R d ., Los A ngeles, C A 90012 US A T 323 480 7852 // E 88gal ler y@g mai l .com // coag ulac urator ial .com

Coagula Curatorial presents provocative shows with emerging, mid-career, and veteran artists. Featuring works/exhibits by: Karen Finley, Abel Alejandre, Coop, Emma Sulkowicz, Tim Youd, Sheree Rose, April Bey, Raven Servellon, Patrick McGilligan, Charles Swenson, among others.

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COAGULA PROJECTS

FRED TIEKEN NOT ALLOWED , 2015 Acrylic on Canvas 36 x 48 in

MAT GLEASON 974 Chung King R d ., Los A ngeles, C A 90012 US A T 323 480 7852 // E 88gal ler y@g mai l .com // coag ulac urator ial .com

Coagula Projects presents provocative exhibits and special projects with emerging, mid-career, and veteran artists. For the 2017 LA Art Show, Coagula presents a major installation by artist Fred Tieken.

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CON D E CON TEMPORARY

LUIS ENRIQUE TOLEDO DEL RIO DESPUES DE EL OCASO, 2015 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 60 x 40 x 1.5 in

STACY CONDE 204 Miracle Mi le, Coral Gables, FL 33134 US A T 239 961 0452 // E info@condecontemporar y.com // condecontemporar y.com

Conde Contemporary specializes in representational works with a focus on contemporary Cuban art created by artists living on the island and in the diaspora.

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CONTEMPORARY ARTIFAC T

GEORGE PETERSON LINGO, 2014 Reclaimed Wood, Fire, Acrylic 32 in x 64 in x 3 in

JAMES MARTIN 4189-3 Car pinter ia Ave., Car pinter ia , C A 93013 US A T 805 451 8044 // E jim@contemporar yar t i f ac t.com // contemporar yar t i f ac t.com

Contemporary Artifact showcases emerging through mid-career artists whose work explores the balance between material, concept, culture and spirituality.

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COSPACE CON TEMPORARY ART GALLERY

CHEN JIU AUTUMN . WHITE DEW, 2016 Ink on Rice Paper 178.5 x 96 cm

LV YING Rm. 302, Bui lding 9, No. 2361 Yangshupu R d , Yang pu Di st., Shanghai , CH I N A T +86 21 62038328 // E coar t@v i p.163.com // coar tspace.com

COSPACE is committed to provide a platform for emerging and established Chinese artists. By joining together different overseas art fairs and local art activities, we hope to introduce local Chinese contemporary art for Western audiences to discover and appreciate.

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DAVID R OTH ERMEL CON TE M P ORARY

DAVID ROTHERMEL CHROME, 2016 Acrylic on Panel 60 x 96 x 2.5 in

DAVID ROTHERMEL 142 Lincoln Ave. #102, Santa Fe, NM 87501 US A T 575 642 4981 // E dav idrothermel@aol .com // drcontemporar y.com

Gallery specializing in classic contemporary abstraction, mid-century modern collage, encaustic pours, and monotypes.

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DENIS BLOCH FINE ART

MR. BRAINWASH EINSTEIN – LOVE IS THE ANSWER (MIXED MEDIA), 2016 Mixed Media on Paper Signed Recto and Verso 30 x 22 in

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DENIS BLOCH FINE ART

ROY LICHTENSTEIN CRYING GIRL, 1963 Lithograph 18 x 24 in Signed in Pencil

DENIS BLOCH 9626 Br ighton Way B everly Hi l l s, C A 90210 US A T 310 270 4880 / / E i n f o@deni sbloc h.c om // deni sbloc h.c om

Denis Bloch Fine Art specializes in 20th century and contemporary masters. The collection features original prints and works on paper by master artists including: Bacon, Braque, Buffet, Calder, Chagall, Dine, Dubuffet, Delaunay, Francis, Haring, Hirst, Hockney, Indiana, Johns, Kelly, Le Corbusier, Leger, Lichtenstein, Magritte, Matisse, Matta, Mirรณ, Mr. Brainwash, Picasso, Rauschenberg, Stella, Tamayo, Thiebaud, Warhol, Wesselmann and many more. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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ECKERT FINE ART

HUNT SLONEM | LORIES, 2011 | Oil on Board | 48 x 32 in

ERIC FORSTMANN | KINDS OF BLUE, 2011 | Oil on Board | 16 x 19 in

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ECKERT FINE ART

ERIC FORSTMANN SHELFISH Oil on Board 34 x 23 in

JANE ECKERT 12 Old Barn R oad K ent , CT 06757 US A T 860 592 0353 // E jane@ecker tf inear t.com // ecker tf inear t.com

Eckert Fine Art is located in the charming New England Village of Kent, CT. Featured are works by Post War and Contemporary artists, including Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Cottingham, Hunt Slonem and Eric Forstmann.

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EAST ART C E N T E R

BIAN HONG NEW ABSTRACT CALLIGRAPHY SERIES, 2006 Ink on Rice Paper 88 x 88 cm

CUI WEIMING X i ao p u , Song z h u a ng , Tong z h o u , B ei j i ng , P.R . CH I N A T 86 13511028127 // E 493046166@qq.c om

East Art Center is a 35,000 square feet private museum located in Song Zhuang, Beijing. The center specializes in Chinese contemporary art by both emerging and well-established Chinese artists. It aims to promote the cross-cultural understanding and international exchanges through art.

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ELLSWORTH GALLERY

ELISE ANSEL FEAST OF THE GODS I (AFTER BELLINI) , 2013 Oil on Linen 48 x 60 x 2 in

BARRY ELLSWORTH 215 East Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501 US A T 505 989 7900 | C 505 570 7546 // E info@el l swor thgal ler y.com // el l swor thgal ler y.com

Ellsworth Gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary painting & sculpture from around the world. Our mission is to provide the collector with carefully curated works of international stature along with a deep knowledge of the arts. Ellsworth Gallery emphasizes pioneering artists whose work combines distinctive vision with rigorous technique. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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FINE ART M AYA, I N C .

MANSS AVAL CONJUGATES, 2016 Archival Print on Brushed Aluminum 40 x 40 in

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FINE ART MAYA, I N C .

MANSS AVAL HAI II Oil on Canvas 48 x 72 in

DR. M. YALPANI 6 3 2 4 Fer r i s Sq u a re, San D i e g o, C A 9 2 1 2 1 , US A T 8 5 8 6 0 5 0 8 8 7 / / E sa l e s @ f i n ea r t maya .c o m / / f i n ea r t maya .c o m

We specialize in contemporary fine art showcasing the work of both established artists and talented, emerging, international artists. Among our featured artists are Uwe Arendt, Manss Aval, Isabel Brinck, David Fokos, Talieh Kesh, Marko Kratohvil, Dani Olivier, Laura Villarreal, and Franciska & Mercedes Welte.

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FP CONTEMPORARY

JOHN RANDALL NELSON CYCOPLASM, 2016 Mixed Media on Panel 36 x 48 x 2 in

JOSETTA SBEGLIA // PAUL DAHMEN 5835 Was h i ng ton Bl vd ., Culver Cit y, C A 90232 US A T 323 935 1355 // E paul@f pcontemporar y.com // f p contemporar y.com

FP Contemporary is located in the heart of the Culver City Arts District (CCAD). FP Contemporary represents established, mid-career and emerging painters, mixed media artists and sculptors.

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FU N YEAR ART GALLERY

CHENG-I TSAI PURITY, 2014 Oil Painting 72.5 x 91 cm

ANDREW TSAI B 1 , No. 1 6 , L a n e , 3 0 1 Se c . 2 , Henan R d . , X i t u n D i st r i c t , Ta i c h u ng 4 0 7 R .O.C. TA I WA N T 886 427 032 425 // E f unyearar t@g mai l .c om // f unyearar t.c om

Founded in 1999, Fun Year Art Gallery and Collection Gallery provides its knowledge and insights to art enthusiasts and collectors. In more recent years, it has been promoting emerging artist, crossing field from modern to contemporary, and enthusiastically promote art and participate in international exhibitions.

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GALLERY CLU

JASON SHIN RAY LIGHTS (BLINDS 24), 2016 Inkjet Print 42 x 30 x 1.25 in

ELLIE BAE 4011 W 6th St #101, Los A ngeles, C A 90020 US A T 213 235 5733 // E gal ler yclu@g mai l .com // gal ler yclu .com

CLU exhibits contemporary works of art ranging from paintings, photography, sculptures, and installations. CLU aims to display work by up and coming artists. We intend to disseminate artists’ works by allowing them to contribute to various art fairs and group shows.

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GALLERY D ’ARTE

WHEIZA KIM A BEING OF THE INFINITE, 2015 Acrylic on Wood, Mirrors 56 x 48 x 8 in

SUECHUNG KOH 5 4 8 We st 2 8 t h st re e t , Su i te # 3 2 8 , Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 0 1 U S A T 917 675 7243 // E gal ler ydar te@g mai l .com // gal ler ydar te.com

Gallery d’Arte represents and supports international contemporary artists in painting, drawing photography, video, sculpture, and installation. We seek to provide our artists with a solid podium that achieves to represent the individuality of their oeuvres and to draw attention to the works’ inherent historic significance.

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GALLERY FUKUDA

RYUMA IMAI GIRAFFES, 2016 Enamel & Acrylic on Canvas 90.9 x 72.7 x 2.5 cm

YUJI FUKUDA 2-79 Sugoro Sanjo Cit y, Niigata 955-0092 J A PA N T +81 256 46 0175 // E f ukuda- g@cel lo.o cn.ne.jp // gal ler y- f ukuda.net/top/

Gallery Fukuda is based in Niigata, Japan. It is our second year at the LA Art Show, and we are pleased to have a solo exhibition of Ryuma Imai. We also introduce contemporary artists in Tokyo and other asian countries.

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GALLERY H O

HONG-MIN LEE PROPOSE, 2015 Oil on Canvas 130 1/3 x 97 3/4 x 3 cm

TAEHYUN KIM 4 5 4 W. 5 4t h st #4 A . Ne w Yo r k , N Y 10019 US A // B1, 66-34, Non hy e on dong , Gang nam- g u Seoul , KO R E A T +82 10 9493 8045 // E tae@ar tconciergeny.com // gal ler y ho.net

Gallery HO is a contemporary art gallery in New York and Seoul. It is committed to supporting an ongoing intellectual and visual dialogue with emerging contemporary artists working in a variety of media.

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GALLERY KITAI

KUNIO ABE VISION, 2016 Oil, Black Gesso, Crayon on Canvas 35.8 x 57.2 x 1.4 in

YASUO KITAI 3-1 Hayabusacho, Chiyoda-ku , Tokyo, 102-0092 J A PA N T +81 3 5226 5117 // E info@k itai k i k aku .co.jp // k itai k i k aku .co.jp/gal ler y

Gallery KITAI has been dealing Japanese contemporary art since 1998 in Tokyo, Japan. At this time, KITAI represents artist Kunio Abe, who pursues sense and thoughts of the East by western oil painting.

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GALLERY KOO

YUNKYUNG JEONG STRUCTURAL SENSIBILITY IV, 2016 Acrylic on Unprimed Canvas 50 x 40 x 3 cm

NAYOON KOO 211 Nat ure Po e m, 461 A p g u je ong -ro, Gang nam- g u 06011 Seoul KO R E A T +82 2 514 1132 // E info@gal ler y ko o.com // gal ler y koo.com

Gallery Koo showcases artworks of both emerging and established Korean artists. The gallery is committed to support the artists to make their mark in a global and international context. Gallery Koo works closely with curators in the field and offers remarkably curated shows of Korean contemporary art.

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GALLERY W E

HEUNG-WOO SHIN FESTIVAL OF THE CITY, 2016 Technical Mixture 193 x 259 in

K Y U N G -I M P A R K / / S E U N G - H E E Y U M 1 5 - 1 , We B / D, D o san Dae ro 5 6 Gi l l , Gang nam - Gu . Se o u l , Gang nam - Gu 0 6 0 6 2 S O U T H KO R E A T +82 2 517 3266 // E gal ler y we@gal ler y we.com // gal ler y we.com

Gallery We has organized exhibitions of contemporary art such as painting, sculpture, mixed media, installation and photography. The gallery is located in Cheongdamdong, one of the most affluent areas of Seoul, Korea. The purpose of the gallery is to exhibit and support the works of Korean artists.

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K+Y GALLERY

DAN BUSTA OLGA SMOKING NUN, 2016 Lenticular Print 71 x 48 in

YANN BOMBARD 24 r ue Trei l hard . Par i s, 75008 F R A N CE T +33 15 3300010 // E yann@kplusy.com // kplusy.com

Our vision is to sustain the artists freedom of expression by exhibiting them in a setting that is fertile for both the artist and the collector. Our program embraces artworks across all media including paintings, sculptures and photos.

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JANE KAHAN GALLERY

ISTVAN SANDORFI REBECCA, 1996 Oil on Canvas 162 x 97 cm

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JANE KAHAN GALLERY

FERNAND LEGER OISEAUX BLANCS SUR FOND BLEU, 2014 1955/ c. 1960’s 81 7/8 x 56 1/4 in

JANE KAHAN 9 2 2 Mad i s o n Av e . Me z z a n i n e. Ne w Yo r k , N Y 1 0 0 2 1 1 / / 3 3 0 E 5 9 t h St . Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 2 2 U S A T 212 744 1490 // E info@janek ahan.com // janek ahan.com

JANE KAHAN GALLERY is an internationally known New York City gallery dealing in Modern Master prints, sculpture, paintings, tapestries, and Picasso Ceramics. Since 1973, the gallery has been helping museums, corporations, architects and private individuals build museum-quality collections of Modern Art.

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KNUPP GALLERY PRAGUE - LOS ANGELES

TOMAS SPEVAK PROJECTION, 2016 Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 59 x 79 x 2 in

ALES KNUPP 1923 S Santa Fe Avenue, Los A ngeles, C A 90021 US A T 323 348 6532 // E ales@knuppgal ler y.com // knuppgal ler y la.com

Knupp Gallery Prague - Los Angeles is an international gallery focusing on Czech contemporary fine art. Primarily, we actively support artists and their development. Our portfolio consists of oil paintings, sculptures and studio glass. We aim to bring Czech contemporary fine art to a global audience in Europe, USA and Asia.

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LDX ARTODROME GALLERY

GUNTER LANGER STAR (HIMMELSSTERN), 2016 Fluorescent Acrylics on Canvas 39.37 x 27.55 in

CHRISTINE

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DR. STEPHAN KUNKLER

Linienstrasse 111, B erlin, B erlin 10115 G E R M A N Y T +49 15 2568 16578 // E galer ie@ar todrome.de // ar to drome.de

Katrin Alvarez, Iris Band, Klaus Fliege, Anne Hefer, Jasmin Hermann, Edith Jung, Marion Jungeblut, Elena Knoll, Carl Kรถrner, Gunter Langer, Claire Mesnil, Karin Mulawa, Sanna Myrttinen, Uta Polster, Susanne Saidi-Schuster.

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LIAHONA ART SPACE

GUO SHULING NIGHT WATCH-LIGHT TREE, 2016 Oil on Canvas 100 x 100 cm

ZHIBIN WANG #219, Bldg 6, Sanlitun Soho, B eijing , N/A 100027 P.R . CH I N A T +86 1391 1597198 // E heren.lu@mer itros.com // liahona-ar t.com

Liahona Art Space is an independent art center consisting of 5000 square feet. It relocated to Beijing Sanlitun Soho in December 2016. Liahona represents the strong forces of young Chinese artists and the highest level of cutting edge modern art in China, and in the world.

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M A M A GALLERY

BARNARD ANDREOLETTI Oil on Canvas 120 x 110 cm

AMY PURSSEY E amy.purssey@g mai l .com

MAMA serves as a platform for emerging contemporary artists - Making Art More Accessible to artists, collectors and curators alike.

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MASTERWORKS FINE ART

MASTERWORKS FINE ART EXHIBITING A LARGE COLLECTION OF PICASSO CERAMICS

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MASTERWORKS FIN E ART

PABLO PICASSO VISAGE AU NEZ NOIR (FACE WITH BLACK NOSE) & VISAGE AUX YEUX RIEURS (LAUGHING-EYED FACE) 1969 Ceramic Sculpture 13 x 9 in

ROBERT ADELMAN 13470 Campus Dr ive. Oak land , C A 94619 US A T 510 777 9970 // E info@master work s f inear t.com // master work sf inear t.com

Established in 1973 in San Francisco’s East Bay, Masterworks Fine Art services private collectors, dealers, and museums all over the world. Known internationally for our specialization 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 staff service. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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MOCA STORE

JEFF KOONS BALLOON DOG (ORANGE), 2015 Porcelain 10.5 x 10.5 x 5 in ©Jeff Koons Produced by Bernardaud

250 S Grand Ave, Los A ngeles, C A 90012 US A T 213 621 1710 / / E info@moc a.org // moc astore.org

Contemporary design items, home accessories, books, and art from The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

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MOOKJI ART

MYUNGHEE PARK MY UNIVERSE, 2016 Mixed Media Korean Lacquer 116.8 x 80.3 x 4cm

DAVID HYUNMOOK JUNG Sanx in road 940 Song jang , Shanghai , Shanghai 940 CH I N A T +82 10 2436 6797 // E mook jiar t@g mai l .com // mook jiar t.com

Founded in 2015 Mookji Art is engaged in a contemporary focus that specializes in variety of art works. The gallerys’ new artist discovery draws upon a diverse range of disciplines and intellectual perspectives while maintaining a clear progressive thread. We support mid - career and enthusiastic young artists.

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MOTIF ART

WUHWA LANDSCAPE, 2016 Chinese Ink on Paper 105 x 80 cm

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MOTIF ART

WUHWA DREAM, 2015 Chinese Ink on Paper 80 x 158 cm

WILLIAM WEN # 2 W. Wan h o ng R d , Yan d o ng Par k , Bld g 3 , Chaoy a ng D i st.b e i j i ng , P.r. 1 0 0 0 1 5 C H I N A T +86 10 8450 5572 // E 2987558638@qq.c om

Motif gallery (Beijing) was founded in 2010. Devoted to creating a bridge between the East and West, the gallery represents contemporary artists from various creative, professional and cultural backgrounds. The gallery space in Beijing holds event-based exhibitions and spotlights artworks that lend professional perspectives in the creative process. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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MRG FIN E ART

DANTE LATESSA THE DRUM OF BURIAL, 2016 Acrylic, Spray Paint, Oil Stick, Oil Pastel on Canvas 60 x 72 x 2 in

MICHAEL GOODMAN 13453 Ventura Bl vd ., Los A ngeles, C A 91423 US A T 818 277 6927 // E mrg gal ler y@g mai l .com // mrg f inear t.com

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MUGELLO CON TEMPORARY

BRENT ESTABROOK TWELVE HOMIES, 2016 Oil on Canvas 84 x 72 in

JAMES WRIGHT 111 W 7th Street PH 18, Los A ngeles, C A 90014 US A T 424 234 3095 // E jw@mugel loar t.com // mugel loar t.com

Founded in 2014, Mugello Contemporary represents emerging and mid-career artists.

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N I C H E GALLERY

KAZZ MORISHITA BLUE ON BLUE NO.5, 2016 Photo Print on Japanese Paper 562 x 1200 mm

TOMIYA NISHIMURA 3-3-12, G i n za Bld . 3F, Ginza , Chuo -ku , Tokyo, J A PA N T +81 3 5250 1006 // E niche- gal ler y@m6.dion.ne.jp // nichegal ler y.tokyo

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O. ASCANIO GALLERY

CARLOS CABEZA SUITE PARIS, 2010 Acrylic on Canvas 35.4 x 54 in

OSCAR ASCANIO 1800 N Bay s h ore D r., 1800 Club, Un i t 3901, Miami , Flor ida 33132 US A T 786 369 9314 // E info@oascaniogal ler y.com // oascaniogal ler y.com

O. Ascanio Gallery was first founded in Caracas Venezuela, and later relocated to Miami in 2010. From the beginning it has exposed renown artists such has Soto, Alejandro Otero, Cruz-Diez, Venet, Jorge Blanco and other great contemporary artists as well as promoting young creators as Carlos Cabeza and Kate Matthews.

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OTH ER C R I T E R I A

DAMIEN HIRST MICKEY (LARGE), 2016 Silkscreen with Glitter and Glaze 64 Ă— 53 in

J A M E S K E L L Y // J A S O N B E A R D / / D A M I E N H I R S T 4 5 8 B ro o m e St . , Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 1 3 US A T 6 4 6 7 6 2 0 1 2 3 / / E n e w y o r k @ o t h e rc r i ter ia .c o m / / o t h e rc r i ter ia .c o m

Founded by Damien Hirst, Other Criteria collaborates with both established and emerging artists to produce limited-edition prints, books and other artworks in a range of different media. Work is available to buy online and in our stores in the UK and New York.

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PAL ET T E CON TEMPORARY ART AND CRAFT

ROBERT COTTINGHAM CORONA , 2015 Woodcut Print 43 x 43 in

KURT NELSON 7400 Montgomer y Bl vd . NE . A l buquerque, N M 87109 US A T 505 855 7777 // E ar t@palette.comcastb iz .net // palettecontemporar y.com

Palette Contemporary Art and Craft features a variety of contemporary fine art glass, original paintings, limited edition prints, and more. We have searched locally and abroad to bring a collection of contemporary art with a colorful edge and clean lines by both emerging and renowned artists.

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P E I M B E RT ART

FRANCISCO ESNAYRA SELF DESTRUCTION CAPSULE 3, 2013 RESINE 26 x 9.5 x 9 in

ARLETTE PEIMBERT 2 1 0 E O l y m p i c Bl v d . , Su i te 2 1 4 A , L os A ng e l e s , C A 9 0 0 1 5 US A T 424 245 9803 // E a r le tte @p e imber tar t.c om // peimber tar t.c om

Peimbert Art is a contemporary space in L.A. that deals directly with the public. Holding strategic alliances with prestigious galleries locally and nationwide, Peimbert Art promotes and represents established and emerging artists from Mexico, Latin America and around the world.

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P I G M E N T GALLERY

LÍDIA MASLLORENS UNTITLED, 2016 Acrylic Paint on Paper 178 x 175 x 5 cm

FERRAN JOSA c/ R oss e l ló 193 Barc elona , Barc elona 08036 SPA I N T + 3 4 9 3 4 5 2 8 1 6 2 | C + 3 4 6 5 8 8 5 0 7 7 3 / / E f e r ran@pig mentgal ler y.es // pig mentgal ler y.es

Pigment Gallery was opened in January 2016 by Ferran Josa. During this past year it has participated in several art fairs and is participating for the second time at LA Art Show with works by Lidia Masllorens, Lita Cabellut, Miguel Macaya, Guerrero Medina, Bruno Ólle, Alejandro Quincoces, Lluís Ventós, Julio Vaquero and Marcelo Fuentes.

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PYO GALLERY LA

GARY WARD MACH, ONE TRICK PONY, TV ON MUTE, HOLY ROLLER, 2016 Mixed Media on Paper 24 x 18 in each

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PYO GALLERY LA

HA, JUNG WOO ESCAPE, 2014 Acrylic And Pen on Canvas 78.5 x 63.8 in

HEIDI CHANG 1100 S. Hope St , #105. Los A ngeles, C A 91005 US A T 213 405 1488 // E info@pyogal ler y la.com // pyogal ler y la.com

PYO Gallery LA specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists who work to advance the free exchange of ideas on an international scale. Our emphasis on Asian and California artists provides a vital gateway to the art centers of China, Korea, and the United States.

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REBEC CA HOSSACK ART GALLERY

PHIL SHAW | THE TRUTH IN BLACK AND WHITE WITH SOME GREY AREAS 3 (DETAIL), 2016 Eight Colour Pigment Based Archival Print On Hahnemuhle Paper | 44 x 84 in

ROSE BLAKE | THREE FINGERS / THE STOLEN DAFFODIL, 2015 | Monoprints | 44 x 62 in

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REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY

LAURENCE JONES INFINITY POOL, 2016 Acrylic Paint, Acrylic Ink, Glazing Medium, Self-Leveling Medium And Graphite On Medium-Grain Linen 57 1/8 x 72 7/8 in

REBECCA HOSSACK 2 6 2 Mo tt St re e t , Ne w Yo r k , N Y 1 0 0 1 2 US A / / 2 a Conw ay St . Fit z roy Sq u a re. L o n d o n , W 1 T 6 B A

UNITED KINGDOM

2 8 Cha r l o tte Stre e t . Fit z rov ia , L o n d o n , W 1 T 2 N A

UNITED KINGDOM

T +44 20 7436 4899 // E info@reb eccahossack .com // rebeccahossack .com

The internationally - renowned Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery is composed of three spaces - two in Central London and one in NY. Established in the gallery has pioneered exhibitions of Aboriginal art in London and also advocates contemporary Western artists who resist the dominant trends of the art world.

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R E HS CON TEMPORARY

JULIE BELL BRIDGE, 2016 Oil on Board 30 x 30 in

LANCE REHS 5 East 5 7 t h Stre e t . Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 2 2 US A T 212 355 5710 // E lance@rehs.com // R ehsCGI.com

Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., represents contemporary artists that create original paintings that demonstrate superior technical skills and training.

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SCONCI ART GALLERY

LUCA VALENTINI M., 2016 Mixed media on canvas 180 x 150 x 5 cm

LORENZO SCONCI D u ba i De s ig n D i str i c t , Bu i l d i ng 8 , 107/108, D u ba i , D u ba i 333232 U N I T E D A R A B E M I R AT E S T +97 1445 67183 // E info@sconcigal ler y.com // sconcigal ler y.com

Sconci Art Gallery based in Dubai is the first Italian Gallery located in the Middle East that specializes in modern and contemporary art. It offers an overview of important artworks by masters and famous international artists. The gallery exhibits solo and group shows from selected emerging Italian, Arab and international artists.

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S. E.A.

HIROSHI MORI KEEP ON BELIEVING - TEARS, 2016 Acrylic, Urethane on Aluminum 91 x 91 cm

KYOKO SHIMA PO B ox 416. Venic e , C A 90294 US A T 310 985 2522 // E i n f os ea @i clo ud .c om // sea-c ontemporar y.c om

The mission of SEA is to establish a bridge between Japan, the US & other countries through the exploration and understanding of culture, art and the creative process. SEA presents the work of Hiroshi Mori, as well as other emerging international artists.

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SCAA SERGOTT CONTEMPORARY ART ALLIANCE

HUNG VIET NGUYEN ANCIENT PINE #13, 2016 Oil on Panel 48 x 60 in

THOMAS SERGOTT 6764 La Va l le Plateada #239, R ancho Santa Fe, C A 92067 US A T 858 922 5325 // E scaainbox@g mai l .com // sergottar t.com

SCAA, based in Rancho Santa Fe, CA is a multifaceted gallery which represents emerging and mid career artists. SCAA is ideally situated on the border of the rich vein of untapped artistic talent which runs between San Diego and Baja Mexico.

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S IMAR D BILODEAU CONTE M P ORARY

LARRY LEWIS PROVOCANTE, 2016 Mix Medias on Canvas 72 x 36 in

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SIMARD BILODEAU CON TE MP ORARY

VAL CADENCE, 2014 Bronze 28 x 48 x 5 in

EVE-MARIE BILODEAU 1 9 4 5 L ag u na Canyo n R oad , L ag una B each , C A 9 2 6 5 1 U S A T 949 371 7414 // E info@simard b i lodeau .com // simard bi lodeau .com

Simard Bilodeau Contemporary is introducing a new collection of sculptures and paintings by international contemporary artists. Presenting the exceptional sculpture collection by French sculptor Valérie Goutard - Val; paintings by Larry Lewis and Mark Arian; sculptures by Jon Seeman and Kira; installation by Justin Shi and more.

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SM FINE ART GALLERY

MOON HYEONG TAE PINOCCHIO, 2016 Oil on Canvas 46 x 35.8 in

LEE SEUNG HEE TAO, 2012 Ceramic

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SM FIN E ART GALLERY

OH SE YEOL UNTITLED, 2014 Mixed Media and Oil on Canvas 35.8 x 25.6 in

SIMON KWON 1 3 9 Fu l to n st . Su i te 2 0 2 . Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 3 8 U S A 4 5 8 - 7 P ye o ng c hang - d o ng Jo ng n o - g u , Se oul 110-848 R E P U B L I C O F KO R E A T 646 830 0850 // E sm f inear tgal ler y@g mai l .com // smf inear tgal ler y.com

SM Fine Art Gallery is a high-quality fine art gallery specializing International Modern & Contemporary artists. The gallery represents blue-chip American artists as well as Asian artists including Robert Indiana and Oh, Se Yeol. We collaborate with international midcareer and emerging artists as well. The gallery also specializes Modern artists such as Marc Chagall. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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SIMYO GALLERY

LEE HAE-GEE BUDDHA, 2013 Golden Powder on Paper 180 x 170 x 3 cm

SUNNY SUNG 40-3 Yu lgokro1g i l , Jong ro, Seoul 03062 KO R E A T +82 2 739 7517 // E sunnysimyo@g mai l .com // simyogal ler y.com

As its name Simyo indicates, the gallery aims to get along with people with the same mind and thoughts through art. Simyo Gallery currently focuses on presenting and promoting the leading and emerging Korean artists in the international stage.

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TAI M E I GALLERY

KENJI MISAWA MIND CHAKRA, 2015 Oil, Silicone Resin on Canvas 65.2 x 65.2 cm

MASANORI DANJO Hulic G7 Bldg . 1F 7-3-5 Ginza , Chuo -ku , Tokyo 1040061 J A PA N T +81 3 3574 7225 // E info@taimei- g .com // taimei- g .com/en/

TAIMEI Gallery is located in Ginza. It is a well-established gallery founded in 1971. Since its opening, Taimei has dealt with a wide range of modern western-style domestic and foreign paintings as well as contemporary art. We continue to transmit a lot of artists to the world.

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GUGGER PETTER WOMAN WITH PEARLS, 2016 Newspaper & Mixed Media 67.5 x 54 in

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SAM CHUNG CLOUD BOTTLE #1, 2016 Porcelain 18 x 7 x 7 in

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652 Canyon R oad . Santa Fe, New Me x ico 87501 // 1743 Wazee St. Denver, Colorado 80202 US A T 505 995 8513 // E info@tanseycontemporar y.com // tanseycontemporar y.com

Tansey Contemporary exhibits unique, high quality works across a variety of media including contemporary glass, ceramics, fiber, sculpture and mixed media. Our program is focused at the intersection between fine craft, contemporary art, and design.

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T H E GALLERY STEINE R

HERO BREAK, 2016 Acrylic on Canvas 27.5 x 27.5 x 1.5 in

CORINNA STEINER K urrentgasse 4, 1010 Vienna (Old Tow n), AUSTRI A T +43 664 381 1804 // E of f ice@gal ler y- steiner.com // gal ler y- steiner.com

The noble address Kurrentgasse represents the gallery within the 1st district, one of the most prestigious location in Vienna’s city center. Since its founding in 2008 the gallery has established itself as a meeting point for qualified art collectors and a hub for international artists.

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T HE PU BLIC HOUSE OF ART

PRETA WOLZAK JORIS, 2016 Photography 167.5 x 125 cm

SID SAND Ni e u w e Sp i e g e l st raar t 3 9 , A m sterdam , No ord-Hol lan d 1071 D C T H E N ET H E R L A N D S T 1 702 997 1131 // E info@publichouseof ar t.com // publichouseof ar t.com

PHoA has a strong belief that art is for all. To adorn the walls of castles and bed-sides. To disrupt not to bankrupt. To move, to shock, to offend or go fabulously with your sofa. This is not a gallery. This is the Public House of Art.

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T H E TOLMAN COLLECTION OF T O K Y O

SHINODA, TOKO FLIGHT, 2010 Original Painting on Handmade Japanese Paper 20.5 x 37 in

ALLISON TOLMAN/DAISUKE MARUOKA 445 5th Avenue, New York , NY 10016 US A T 212 489 7696 // E al li sontolman@g mai l .com // tolmantokyo.com

Showing the best contemporary Japanese works on paper by living artists.

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T R O T TA-BONO CONTEMPORARY

LEKHA SINGH PETALS, 2016 Aluminum Photographic Print 64 x 48 in Edition of 5

JAMES TROTTA-BONO Ne w Yo r k , N Y 1 0 0 1 0 US A T 914 400 6426 // E info@tbcontemporar y.com // tb contemporar y.com

Trotta-Bono Contemporary offers a myriad of gallery services that embrace art, education and collegiality. Through an interactive balance of advisement, representation and curation, Trotta-Bono Contemporary organizes dynamic exhibitions often overlapping cross-cultural themes and genres – specifically within Modern, Contemporary and Tribal Art. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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LOUISE NEVELSON VOLCANIC MAGIC I, 1985 Wood, Paper, And Metal Collage 40 x 32 x 7 in

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PANCHO LUNA CINCO PARAISOS, 2016 Acrylic and Mixed Media 40 x 24 x 12 in

TIMOTHY YARGER 3 5 4 N B e d f o rd D r. B e v e r l y Hi l l s , C A 9 0 2 1 0 - 5 1 0 8 U S A T 310 278 4400 // E info@yarg er f inear t.com // yarger f inear t.com

Following directing galleries in San Francisco, New York and Beverly Hills, Timothy Yarger Fine Art was established in 1997. The gallery has primary market expertise and vast experience in the secondary market of 20th Century masters. TYFA participates annually in numerous art fairs, conducts exhibitions and its gallery services include collections management world wide. MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

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WALT E R WICKISER GALLERY

SOILE YLI-MÄYRY LIFE IN GLASS CABINET, 2015 Oil on Canvas 43 x 51 in

WALTER WICKISER 210 Eleventh Avenue Suite 303, New York , NY 10001 US A T 212 941 1817 // E w w ick i s erg@aol .com // walter w ick i sergal ler y.com

Established in 1992 and currently located in Chelsea, New York, the Wickiser specializes in Post-War painters of the 20th century and international mid-career artists.

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TARON MURADYAN | FANTASTIC MOTIVE. EDITION: 99, 2016 | 59.1 x 90.6 in

VAHAGN IGITYAN | NAKED FIGURE. EDITION: 99, 2015 | 35.4 x 51.2 in

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ARARAT GALLERY

VACHAGAN ISPIRYAN TROUBLED SEA. EDITION: 99, 2016 35.4 x 51.2 in

ARMEN VAHANYAN 8687 Melrose Ave, Paci f ic Desig n Center. We st Hol l y wood , Cali fornia 90069 US A T 818 800 0144 // E info@araratgal ler y.com // araratgal ler y.com

Ararat Gallery is representing the best selection of fine-art works by internationally renowned Armenian artists. We are specialized in Contemporary and Modern original oil paintings, drawings and sculptures. For the most of our fine-art works limited edition is available.

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GALERIE FLEDERMAUS

GUSTAV KLIMT JUDITH, 1908 Collotype 18 x 18.5 in

JERRY SUQI 2136 W. Nor th Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 US A T 312 617 8711 / / E je r r y @g a le r i e f le der maus .c o m / / g a l e r i e f l e d e r maus .c o m

Contemporary and Antique Symbolist and Expressionist Artworks.

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HAY D EN & FAN D ETTA BOOKS

ART HOUSE: THE COLLABORATION OF CHARA SCHREYER AND GARY HUTTON, 2016 Photo Credit MATTHEW MILLMAN

JOHN-PETER HAYDEN, JR. 432 South Curson Ave, Suite 4L , Los A ngeles, C A 90036 US A T 212 582 2505 // E info@haydenand f andetta .com // haydenand f andetta .com

Specializing in Illustrated Books, Decorative & Fine Arts, Photography, Children’s, Cookery, 4BMPPO/JHIUMJGF BOE"SU%FDPmSTUFEJUJPOT"CPPLCJOEFSDPOTFSWBUPSJTPOTUBGGUPPGGFS clients complete restoration and bookbinding services.

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CHRISTOPHE CHARBONNEL GOLIATH II, 2015 Bronze 40 x 28 x 16 in

AURELIEN PICOT 9663 Santa Monica Bl vd , B everly Hi l l s, C A 90210 US A // Rue Des B eau x A r ts, 75006 Par i s, FR AN CE T 3 2 3 942 4000 / / E con tact @lap e r f e ct i on loui s.c om // laper fec tionloui s.c om

La Perfection Louis Gallery represents the French Artist Christophe Charbonnel. He is one of the most popular sculptors in France. His notability is beginning to spread outside of Europe.

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MAXWELL ALEXAND ER GALLERY

LOGAN MAXWELL HAGEGE BREATHING THE SAME AIR Oil 40 x 40 in

BEAU ALEXANDER Los A ngeles, C A US A T 310 839 9242 // E info@ma x wel lalex andergal ler y.com // ma x wel lalex andergal ler y.com

Maxwell Alexander Gallery exhibits the best in Contemporary American Art. Focusing on Realism, Maxwell Alexander exhibits various subjects such as Southwestern, Landscape, Cityscape, and Figurative. MAG is the largest realism gallery in LA, curating specialized exhibitions promoting a simple philosophy: The New Breed of Fine Art. R O O T S C U R AT E D

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CLAUDE MONET AU LARGE

SIR EDWIN HENRY LANDSEER PORTRAIT OF AN ARAB MARE WITH HER FOAL

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IDLE MOMENTS JOHN WILLIAM GODWARD

WILLIAM RAU 6 3 0 R oy a l St . Ne w O r l ea n s , L A 7 0 1 3 0 US A

T 504 523 5660 // E info@rau antiques.com // rauantiques.com

Since 1912, M.S. Rau Antiques has specialized in the world’s finest art, antiques and jewelry.

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R E HS GALLERIES, INC .

JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE COROT PATURAGE DANS LES MARAIS (SOUVENIR DES ENVIRONS D’AMIENS), 1865-70 Oil on Canvas 15.75 x 23.75 in

HOWARD REHS 5 East 5 7 t h Stre e t , 8 t h Flo o r, Ne w Yor k , N Y 1 0 0 2 2 US A T 212 355 5710 // E info@rehs.c om // rehs.c om

Specializing in 19th, 20th and 21st Century European and American Paintings.

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STOA GALLERY

CONCHI ALVAREZ MONK STREET, 2012 Acrylic on Panel 51 x 39 in

MARÍA CONCEPCIÓN ÁLVAREZ Por t O f Este pona , Edi f icio Puer tosol , 24. Estepona , Málaga 29680 SPAIN T +0034 951318426 // E info@stoagal ler y.com // stoagal ler y.com

STOA Gallery is an international gallery opened in 2006, actively involved in the cultural life of the area with four to five exhibitions curated a year and focused on emerging art, and primary market. STOA is also an editorial specialized in art books, the majority of them catalogues of exhibitions.

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WIN N SLAVIN FINE ART

DANIEL WINN REPLENISH, 2016 Oil on Canvas 67 x 47 in

Daniel Winn 1106 N. Gi l b er t St. A naheim, C A 92801 US A T 949 376 2645 // E info@w innslav in.com // w innslav inf inear t.com

Winn Slavin Fine Art is proud to premiere the fine art paintings of Daniel Winn. Exhibition will also feature the magnificent sculptures of Ira Reines and latest exquisite paintings of AndrĂŠ Desjardins and Cory Bennett.

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ART DU M A R C H E

MEI MARO LONELY DOUBLE SUICIDE, 2016 Chinese pigments, Acrylic paints and Sumi paint on Art Cloth 28 x 20 in

MACHIKO TOJO 2006 Vo or h e e s Ave . Un i t B. R edondo B eac h, C A 90278 US A T 213 446 8001 // E info@atdumarche.com // ar tdumarche.com

Art du Marche specializes in works from top contemporary emerging Japanese artists.

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LAURA BERGER SOFTER WORLD, 2016 Acrylic and Gouache on Canvas 36 x 36 in

TORREY COOK 4 0 0 D i sne y Way, A na h e i m , C A 9 2 8 0 2 US A T 9 4 9 9 8 8 0 6 0 3 / / E to r re y @ a r 4 t .c o m / / a r t i sts -re p u b l i c .c o m

Since opening its doors in 2010, Artists Republic has been one of Orange County’s premier venues for New Contemporary art. Newly moved to Anaheim, CA, the gallery is dedicated to the support of emerging and mid-career artists whose work has impacted and influenced lives through youth culture.

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COPRO GALLERY

DAVID STOUPAKIS THE WITCH, 2016 Oil on Canvas 60 x 36 x 6 in

GARY PRESSMAN 2525 Michigan Ave. T5, Santa Monica , C A 90404 US A T 310 829 2156 // E cop rona s on@msn.c om // CoproGal ler y.c om

Focusing on museum quality installations showcasing emerging artists, Copro exhibits many established and master painters. Placing works in museums and private collections throughout the world, Copro strives to assist collectors new and experienced in building the most exciting collections possible.

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GREGORIO ESCALANTE GALLERY

F. SCOTT HESS FRENZY, 2016 Oil on Panel 4.5 x 4.5 x 1 in

GREG ESCALANTE 978 Chung King R oad , Los A ngeles, C A 90012 US A T 323 697 8727 // E info@g regor ioescalante.com // g regor ioescalante.com

Gregorio Escalante presents the most influential artists working today, in underground, street, and lowbrow art. The gallery’s mission builds on the tradition of Juxtapoz Art Magazine, co-founded by owner Greg Escalante, with the intention of giving a voice to art movements ignored by the mainstream.

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PARADIGM GALLERY + STUDIO

SARAH LOUISE DAVEY WHO LOOKS FORWARD WHEN YOU LOOK BACK?, 2016 Ceramic 16 x 13 x 7 in

SARA MCCORRISTON & JASON CHEN 746 S. 4th Street , Phi ladel phia , PA 19147 US A T 267 266 0073 // E info@paradig m- gal ler y.com // Paradig mA r ts.org

Established February 2010, Paradigm Gallery + Studio® exhibits accessible and diverse contemporary works by artists around the world in a welcoming space, with a focus on Philadelphia-based artists. Featuring works by Sarah Louise Davey, Caitlin McCormack, Lauren Rinaldi, Nicomi Nix Turner, and Hilary White.

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RED TRU CK GALLERY

MAB GRAVES ALICE, SERPENT!, 2016 Oil on Hardboard With Antique Gilded & Wooden Plaster Frame 51 x 30 in

N O A H A N T I E A U // R A C H A E L C R O N I N / / G A B R I E L S H A F F E 9 3 8 R oy a l St . Ne w O r l ean s , L A 7 0 1 1 6 US A T 504 940 4273 // E redtr uckneworleans@g mai l .com // redtr uckgal ler y.com

A gallery in New Orleans focusing on the most unique works from artists in contemporary, folk, outsider, low brow and pop surrealism.

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MEL RAMOS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD The LA Art Show in conjunction with Littletopia is proud to announce the 2017 Artist Lifetime Achievement Award honoring Mel Ramos. Mel is recognised as one of the first artists to embrace Pop art in the early 1960’s. His paintings have been shown in major exhibitions of Pop art in the U.S. and in Europe and reproduced in books, catalogues, and periodicals throughout the world. He is truly an American icon and the LA Art Show is honored to recognize his legacy in the art world with our second annual Artist Lifetime Achievement Award 2017. Mel Ramos is an American Pop artist best known for his female nudes painted alongside brand logos. In the early 1960s, Mel Ramos (born 1935), he abandoned Abstract Expressionism and began to produce the work of glossy, flat paintings of idealised, voluptuous female nudes emerging from banana peels, lounging on top of cigars or caressing bottles of ketchup. Ramos’ pointed coupling of women with familiar products serves as a commentary on the ways in which modern culture has cast the female body as interchangeable with beauty and consumerism. Like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, Ramos found imagery from comic books inspirational for his highly graphic style and grew up drawing the cartoons and characters from their pages.

REESE’S ROSE, 2008 Lithograph 42 x 26 in

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Britt Salvesen joined LACMA in October 2009 as curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department and the Prints and Drawings Department. Previously, she was director and chief curator at the Center for Creative Photography(CCP), University of Arizona. Prior to joining CCP, Salvesen was associate curator of prints, drawings, and photographs at the Milwaukee Art Museum and associate editor of scholarly publications at the Art Institute of Chicago. She received her MA from the Courtauld Institute of Art and her PhD from the University of Chicago. Among the exhibitions Salvesen has curated: Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium (co-organized with the Getty Museum), March 20 - July 31, 2016 Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters, August 1 - November 27, 2016 CARtoons: Art of America’s Car Culture, July 16, 2016 - January 2, 2017

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Photo Credit | Victoria Goretsky

Ben Goretsky, a native to Los Angeles [born and raised], wanted to be an artist from a very young age. Unfortunately his family made it clear to him that if he was to become an artist that he would be a starving one. That is when Ben switched from trying to be an artist to just being involved in the artist community. He currently owns and operates 3DRetro, a collectible art-toy store in Glendale which not only sells collectible art figures but also produces limited collectibles as well. The company has already produced figures with such artists as Gary Baseman, Brandi Milne, Nathan Ota, Bob Dob, Nathan Hamill, Juan Muniz, Greg “Craola” Simkins and many more. Ben also has helped support the creative art community by founding and running the annual show DesignerCon. The show, now in it’s 12th year, runs in Pasadena CA and is host to hundreds of artist, galleries, collectible manufacturers and other designer vendors from around the world. His involvement with the art community has helped Ben acquire a fantastic collection of not only 2-Dimensional art pieces but also 3D figures and collectibles.

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ALAN WOFSY FINE ARTS AND W I T T E N BOR N A RT BOOKS

MILLARD SHEETS THE SANTA MONICA BEACH, 1970 Gouache and Watercolor 14 x 35.5 in

ALAN WOFSY 1109 G ea r y Bl vd ., San Franc i sc o, C A 94109 US A T 415 292 6500 // E order@ar t-book s .com // ar t-book s.com, picassoproject.com

Publisher and distributor of artist oeuvre catalogues ( from old master to modern) and artist books, notably the 28 volume Picasso Project. Dealer in original prints, works on paper and rare books. Provides shows for museums and galleries. Established in San Francisco since 1969.

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BE RT GREEN FIN E A RT

LAURIE LIPTON PERSONAL EFFECTS, 2017 Lithograph 18 x 24 in

BERT GREEN 8 S Michigan Ave Suite 620, Chicago, IL 60603 US A T 312 434 7544 // E inquir y@bg f a .us // bg f a .us

Bert Green Fine Art represents and exhibits emerging and mid-career artists. We also work with specialty print houses to produce unusual and rare limited edition lithographs, letterpress, and photographic prints for both the primary and secondary market.

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SILK ROAD ART GALLERY

YAN YI UNTITILED, 2012 Ink and Wash on Xuan Paper 90 x 90 cm

LIWEN MA 8 3 A u d u b o n Stre e t , Ne w Hav e n , CT 0 6 5 1 0 US A T 203 772 8928 // E ray@si l k roadar tnew haven.com // si l kroadar tnew haven.com

The Silk Road Art Gallery is not only a space to view exceptional Chinese and American contemporary art, but also a cultural exchange between East and West. It is our mission to consistently display a diversity of artists pushing their cultural, geographic and stylistic interpretations of art.

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V E R N E COLLECTION I NC

HIROSHI YOSHIDA SAILING BOATS NIGHT, 1926 Woodblock 20 x 14 in

MICHAEL VERNE 2 2 0 7 Mu r ray Hi l l R d , Cl e v e l a n d , O H 4 4 1 0 6 US A T 216 231 8866 // E vernegal ler y@att.net // vernegal ler y.com

The Verne Collection specializes in antique and contemporary Japanese prints, and paintings done by American artists living in Japan. The Verne Collection was established in 1953 and is one of the most important contemporary Japanese print and painting galleries in the world.

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GALERIE BRUNO MASSA

GILLES TEBOUL N°1119, 2016 Acrylic on Canvas 13.8 x 10.6 in

BRUNO MASSA 4 6 , R u e R en é Cla i r Par i s , Id f 7 5 0 1 8 F R A N C E / / 5 4 7 We st 2 7 t h St re e t , Ne w Yor k Ci t y, N Y 1 0 0 0 1 U S A T 917 499 2943 // E contact@galer i eb r unomassa .com // galer iebr unomassa .com

Galerie Bruno Massa based in Paris & NYC was founded in January 2013 and is dedicated to exhibit the latest works of contemporary art.

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PROJECT AW E

ZHENYA GERSHMAN LIFT, 2016 Oil on Canvas 98 x 130 in

ZHENYA GERSHMAN Los A ngeles, Cali fornia 90049 US A T 3 1 0 3 8 3 8 4 2 4 / / E p ro j e c taw e 1 @ g mai l .c o m / / p ro j e c t AW E .org

WHERE ART MEETS MAGIC: project AWE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization on a mission to interpret the past, contribute to the present, and shape the future.

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SHUMOKU GALLERY

SHOEN TOMINAGA KATADORU-UNTITLED, 1991 Sumi, Mixed Media on Paper, Panel 226 x 82 cm

ATSUHIKO SUEMATSU 2-25 Shumoku- Cho,Higashi-K u , Nagoya , AICHI 461-0014 JAPAN T +81 5298 28858 // E info@shumoku .net // shumoku .net

Shumoku Gallery was established in 2014, and primarily deals with Modern and Contemporary art, ceramic, and Japanese art. We exhibit notable Japanese post-war artists and photographers.

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SMASH GALLERY

WOLF, RED HOLOGRAM ROUND, 2015 Acrylic on Etched Honeycomb Aluminum Panel Glass Plate Holography (Finished in Resin) 48 x 60 in

DAVID FENTON 2 1 0 G o l d e n Gate Av e San Fra n c i s c o, C A 9 4 1 0 2 U S A T 415 419 5555 // E dav id@smashgal ler y.com // smashgal ler y.com

Our mission as a gallery is to SMASH convention through art, while supporting and promoting bold, visionary artists who revel in redefining what is possible through their own unique perspectives .

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ELEMENTAL FIN E N ATU RAL ART

NATURAL CREATIONS NATURAL AQUAMARINE CRYSTAL CROSS WITH 450 CARAT CUT STONE Aquamarine Crystals

DR. ROBERT LAVINSKY T 972 559 4993 // E info@elemental f inear t.com // elemental f inear t.com

ELEMENTAL Fine Natural Art carefully hunts down nature’s most exquisite pieces of natural art to provide a unique accent to homes, offices, and any curated collection of treasures.

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JACOB’S DIAMOND & ESTATE JEWELRY

JACOB’S DIAMOND & ESTATE JEWELRY 607 S. Hi l l Street , Suite 304. Los A ngeles, C A 90014 US A T 213 627 0072 // E jacobsjewelr y@sbcglobal .net // jacobsestatejewelr y.com

Antique and estate jewelry buyers and sellers.

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YVEL

YVEL UNIQUE ONE OF A KIND BRACELET COMBINING 18K YELLOW GOLD WITH A RARE 20 BY 38 MM. NATURAL FRESH WATER PEARL

ISAAC LEVY 1 Ye c h i e l Ste i n b e rg St . R amat Mot z a . Jer usa l e m , 1 0 2 1 7 I SR A E L T 561 391 5119 // E usaser v ice@y vel .com // y vel .com

Exquisite top of the range jewelry designs featuring pearls, diamonds natural precious gems and gold.

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CARLOS MART IEL CURATED

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M ARISA C AICHIOLO

In his work “Cauce/Riverbed,” Carlos Martiel exposes the significant challenges faced by immigrants in California and the larger United States. Martiel digs deep into the nature of undocumented immigration and shows how it impacts the lives of some eleven million individuals and their families in the world’s most powerful nation. His performance is a window to the human tragedy that grossly affects immigrants with low-education levels and limited English language skills, who come to the United States risking their lives as they venture into the dangerous desert in an attempt to cross the Mexico-US border. As Martiel shows, despite the highly-publicized “American Dream,” for these poor and uneducated immigrants, making it alive into US territory does not necessarily guarantee access to better opportunities or to a higher quality of life.

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DOMA | L A In many ways, DOMA’s installation is an exploration of their Latin American heritage from a “glocal” (simultaneously global and local) perspective. No stranger to the LA art scene, their members have presented here before, with pieces that typified their fascination with creating absurdist breaks in urban landscapes. But with “LA,” they go farther, commenting on the shiny veneer of LA as a polished and automated commodity ripe for export to cultures enamored of it. “LA” begs the question of what happens to a city after it becomes a brand. How should the ‘sellers’ and ‘buyers’ of such a brand, within it and outside of it, respond; and what then is the ‘real’ Los Angeles? DOMA is uniquely poised to explore these questions as longtime critics of globalization’s effects, both positive and negative, through their ironic installations. By presenting this work within the LA Art Show, though, they suggest that the role of art is to confront these problems honestly and headlong, and that the real power of aesthetic experiences lies in their ability to inform and transform viewers’ outlook. “Understanding the world as a big lab helps to detect the reaction to each action. We are living a special moment in history. This scenario calls for action. DOMA tries to interfere in ALL the information channels available. Working with the same elements as them with a bit of irony…” DOMA, 1998.

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EUGENIA VARGAS PEREIRA | TALKING HEAD TRANSMITTERS C URATED BY M ARISA C AICHIOLO

Deconstructing Liberty: a Destiny Manifested. Explores the configuration of communities and forms of collective identity. This project will act as a dynamic laboratory for each artist to experiment, and examine different aspects as patriotism, community, citizenship, the pursuit of happiness, freedom, equal rights, and activism, using performances, installations, videos, paintings, and photography. The exhibition reflects a great diversity of the American people and society. Coming from many lands, races, ethnicities, and perspectives, Americans have as many dreams and aspirations as people live in this nation.

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Made from recycled paper pulp bricks, Louis Hock’s temporary installation, “a wall”, will extend 90 feet through the venue interrupting the visual experience and disorienting the circulation of visitors within the space. This installation urges visitors to consider current political discourse around borders and immigration as they experience a familiar space that is visually and physically divided.

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The staged performance entitled “Violent Times” by Melanie Pullen, will deliberately explore the ceremonial aspect of violence and how we dress for both violence and war. Melanie will re-enact various acts of violence, relevant in today’s societies, in a theatrical and interpretive staged setting. The performers will be contained inside a large clear bubble and will be lit in the same manner as her signature still photographs, creating an invisible wall between the viewer and the performance.

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Mella Jaarsma’s wearable sculpture The Carrier addresses the fleeting nature of all living things, especially the temporality of humans and their urgent need to escape their current situation or move from place to place. She notes how the human condition of gathering experiences without knowing why, collecting possessions, and fearing death while longing for immortality impacts every living human being. We live in a world in which people are on the move as travelers, vacationers, explorers, and even migrants fleeing the oppressors of their beloved homelands. Today, in capitalist-driven environments, merchants and their consuming masses can be considered carriers of cultures on the move from country border to country border, some of them on the run from oppressors and dictators begging the question: What do I take and what do I leave behind?

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In order to reflect the current political climate and raise awareness of the struggles faced by millions of immigrants and refugees throughout the globe, Norton Maza will unveil a world map highlighting the planet’s immigration borders that are currently subject to the toughest surveillance controls and regulations. With this installation, Maza aims to expand his original artistic proposal and reflect the latest political developments in the US as well as the world’s most urgent immigration concerns. To get his message through to the viewers, the installation will be closely guarded as if it were a treasure.

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Los Angeles Art Association is proud to present Ping Pong 2017, a multi-destination, cross-cultural collaboration featuring artists from Los Angeles, Miami and Basel at the 2017 LA Art Show. PING PONG is an independent exhibition project for contemporary art founded in 2007 to cultivate artistic exchange between Basel, Miami and Los Angeles. This allows collaboration between the artists, as well as the realization of site specific works in the actual location. The project documents, explores and stimulates the artistic endeavors of the cities. After exhibiting during Art Basel in June 2016 and Art Basel Miami Beach in December 2016, Ping Pong makes its West Coast stop at the LA Art Show. Ping Pong will feature artists Rob Grad, Carlos Grasso, Gina M, Daena Title, Sue Irion, Mette Tommerup, Robert Chambers and, Marleine van der Werf and Frederik Duerinck.

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The Cut-Outs installation piece, an 8 x 73 foot acrylic on cardboard mural, deals with scenes from Gomez’s West Hollywood neighborhood. Gardeners and pool cleaners tend to the outside, then the mural proceeds inside, depicting housekeepers cleaning the living room, dining room, the bathroom and finally, the bedroom. Playing with negative space and with perspective, Gomez has life-sized cardboard figures emerge from the body of the mural, standing alone in the space, confronting the viewer. The piece functions as a still-life of affluent Los Angeles.

Part of Fragments From Home, a preview of Home-So Different, So Appealing, opening on June 7, 2017, as part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

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RAP HA E L M ONTA ÑE Z O RTI Z COUCH DESTRUCTION: ANGEL RELEASE (PENNIES FROM HEAVEN) PIANO DESTRUCTION RITUAL: COWBOY AND INDIAN, PART TWO SHRED YOUR WORRIES C URATED B Y C HON N ORIEGA

There is Passive ART and Active ART. Active ART requires you to participate. COUCH DESTRUCTION: An Upholstered Chair with a digital projection of a Guardian Angel onto the Chair held there by the Auric Energy of the family that relaxed in the Chair for many Years and upon purchase of a new Upholstered Chair left it on their front curb as discarded Furniture… Persons in the Audience will be selected for Participation in the Freeing of the Guardian Angel Couch. PIANO DESTRUCTION RITUAL: The Piano is a powerful instrument. The Sounds of its Destruction gives full voice to Sacrifice: To the Destruction Creation in its cycle of Creation is giving us time to understand the preciousness of Mortal Life that it never be given up to or for Sacrifice of any kind… SHRED YOUR WORRIES: These are times that make one weary, even afraid… But staying afraid, staying weary is not the Answer… Start by taking a sheet of paper and writing: I WILL STOP BEING AFRAID / I WILL STOP BEING WEARY / I WILL SHRED MY FEAR. The Shredder serves us, it protects us. INSERT the sheet in the SHREDDER. LISTEN TO THE FEAR AND WEARINESS SHRED AWAY.

Part of Fragments From Home, a preview of Home-So Different, So Appealing, opening on June 7, 2017, as part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.

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“In my Floating World, Landscape of Paradise�, a soft sculpture, Garcia collected inner tubes in different sizes and in a variety of shades of blue. She also bandaged the surface of some of the inner tubes with photographic images of the sea on which she has drawn a variety of symbols from her visual repertoire that refer to the memory of the sea. She composed a floating landscape with these inner tubes, creating a randomly organic form connected by electrical ties, sometimes tied very tightly, a suggestion of the struggles hidden within the deep blue beauty. Also each of the inner tubes carries an airport baggage tag that identifies the intended destination of the waves, which is New York, alluding to the contemporary promised land of the free.

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KIM TAE HO | INTERNAL RHYTHM 2016-51, 2016 | Acrylic on canvas | 91.7 x 73.5 cm

Dansaekhwa III: Formation and Recurrence, curated by SM Fine Art Gallery in Seoul, South Korea and New York. Featuring the multilayered monochromes of Kim Tae-Ho and the iconic water drop paintings of Kim Tschang-Yeul, who has been painting this fluid life force for more than four decades, this survey includes some of the most iconic works from two of the genre’s minimalist masters. F E AT U R E D P R O G R A M M I N G

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workmanship behind Dansaekhwa is highly emotional, and has recently been the focus of various museum and gallery shows in addition to an acclaimed show during the 56th Venice Biennale. In fact, in January, Artsy declared “Korean Minimalism is the Next Big Art Market Trend” citing strong auction results and recent shows in London, Los Angeles, South Korea and Brussels as evidence of the growing interest in the genre. “People often talk about my artworks as ‘strict spirit of artisanship’, F E AT U R E D P R O G R A M M I N G

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‘consistency’ and ‘thoroughly planned artwork from the start of having an idea’ and so on. Indeed I would like to express my abilities or mind in maximum when I plan, calculate, and think about my artwork,” says Kim Tae-Ho, who is always concerned with expressing the flow and rhythm of mind in his multilayered paintings. “However, the artwork shows many more things that can’t be expected by planning. In a way, I think it shows infinite possibilities of art which only humans can do.” 174

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RECURRENCE, 2015 | Acrylic and Oil on Canvas | 89 x116 cm

One of the most esteemed philosopher-painters of the late twentieth century, Kim Tschang-Yeul, has spent the past half-century investigating the fundamental meanings of representation and abstraction. His works are unique fusion of Asian metaphysics and calligraphy, New York color field painting and trompe l’oeil illusionism. “The effect of surprise in the picture is comparable to Zen dialogue,” he says.

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N ATIONAL B ASE F OR I NTERNATIONAL C ULTURAL T RADE (S HANGHAI ) Yu Xiaofu, vice president, professor of Shanghai Oil Painting Sculpture Court; member of Chinese Artists Association, vice chairman of Shanghai branch; executive director of Chinese Oil Painting Society; guest professor in Fine Arts at Shanghai University. Avant-garde and realistic. Yu Xiaofu is not a simple realism that emerges from revolution; the rupture of the depressing, one fold cultural trend manifests his avant-garde. Using simple oil painting language and romantic skill, personal narrative replaces historical narrative; personal truth replaces historical truth.

YU XIAOFU MEMORIES OF THE CLASSIC DOUBLE PAINTING (LEFT & RIGHT), 2005 Oil Painting 220 x 220 cm

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L YEE A RT Lyee Art investment Ltd., dedicated to promoting cultural industries as its corporate goal, focuses on a wide range of areas including culture, real estate, education and finance. Since its establishment, Lyee Art has developed an operation pattern which integrates creation, planning, investing, leasing and media, with the full support from the National Base for International Cultural Trade (Shanghai), the local governmental Cultural Industrial Office, Phoenix Satellite TV, Soufun and other organizations and companies. For this exhibition, Lyee Art will present Lu Yunhua, Zhangke and Anne Wang’s works.

LU YUNHUA SPIRITUAL GARDEN SERIES, 2009 Mixed Material on Canvas 100 x 80 x 3 cm

Zhang Ke was born in 1982; he has been a keen painter and aficionado of natural science since childhood. He is a teacher at Yunnan Normal University. His paintings focus mainly on old plants, old villages and animals. Zhang paints very carefully, and gives his work a poetic feel. ZHANG KE THE RUST AND BONE 4, 2016 Watercolor 75 x 47 cm

Anne Wang is a creative Chinese artist who now resides in Southern California. Her creative and unique artwork captures her soul. Anne has been able to incorporate her training and life experiences into her paintings in a new and exciting visual way. Her artwork is full of tranquility as well as bright bold exciting colors connecting realism with a bold contemporary impressionistic style.

ANNE WANG THE FALL OF THE DREAM, 2015 Oil on Canvas 60 x 80 cm

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S HANGHAI T IANQING G ALLERY Shanghai Tianqing Gallery specializes in organizing art exhibitions and dealing in artwork. Since it was established 16 years ago, art exhibitions from Shanghai, the rest of the Chinese mainland, and overseas, have been organized by Tianqing Gallery, including exhibits of oil paintings, watercolor paintings, photographs, sculptures and pottery artworks. The young and middle-aged oil painting artists Deng Chunlei, Justin, Zhang Gang, Zhu Zunzhe; modern ink artist Zhou Hao; abstract watercolor artists Zhu Dabai, Liang Gang and the Sculptor Yuan Kan, Yu Liming, and Jiang Ning photography work. Their work has been appreciated and collected by many collectors. The galley maintains its unique management style while continuing to enlarge collaborations in China and worldwide, including holding international art exhibitions and participating art fairs, with a presence at the Shanghai China International Arts Festival, Asian Hong Kong Contemporary Art Fair, Lax Art Show and New York ArtHamptons.

ZHOU HAO ABSTRACT WORKS, 2008 Monotype Painting 57 x 77 cm

YU LIMING LIFE DRAWING NO 5, 2002 Photography 38 x 25 cm

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S HANGHAI L ING A RT C O ., L TD . Dong Xiaofeng, born in 1970, is a member of the Henan Oil Painting Society, and also a senior technology artist, and has a Master’s degree from Jiangnan University. He has the frankness and openmindedness of the people of the Central Plains, and has a strong interest in Chinese traditional culture. He has created “free” series and “filial piety” series, to interpret his understanding of the traditional classics. His “Filial Piety Series” focuses on the “Twenty-Four Paragons of Filial Piety” from China’s Yuan dynasty to reflect on Traditional Chinese Filial Piety. His works are prized by many collectors.

DONG XIAOFENG FILIAL PIETY SERIES, 2009 Oil on Canvas 140 x 90 cm

Tony Song has been working as an artist selling his art works through galleries or online and also as a designer for magazine ads, and websites. So far he has received numerous awards in China and the U.S., including the Award of Excellence Prize in the “Forte Cup 20th Century Asian Pacific Art Competition” co-sponsored by the Asian Institute of America. He has been as added to “America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals” and he has been certified by “Who’s Who in America”. His art works have appeared in galleries in America, China and Japan.

TONY SONG GIRL AND LAMB, 2016 Oil on Canvas 26 x 26cm

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SHANGHAI TIANQING GALLERY No: 111, 218 Lane, Guiping Rd. Shanghai China Contact: Zhu Xiaoqing T +86 21-54335130 | CELL +86-13701669348 E tqgallery@163.com | WEB http://gallery.atron.net/70

LYEE ART 203, Jing’an Exhibition Center, NO. 928 Xikang Rd, Shanghai, China Contact: Miao Liangiun T +86 18502131199 | E archermiao@vip.qq.com

SHANGHAI LING ART CO., LTD. Floor 1, NO. 128 North Shaanxi Rd Jing’An District Shanghai, China Contact: Gu Qing T +86 13801635254 | E yilingartliving@163.com

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THE GREAT WALL-ZHANG GUOLONG’S SOLO EXHIBITION ZHANG GUOLONG 1957 Born in Shenyang, Liaoning province, China 1988 Graduated from Oil Paintings Department of Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts with a master degree 1992 Admitted in Free Art Department of University of Mainz, Germany as postgraduate under professor Klaus Jurgen – Fischer’s 1997 Graduated from Free Art Department of University of Mainz, Germany with a master degree Now is professor and MA students’ supervisor at the School of Experimental Art, Central Academy of Fine Arts The power of visual affect of Zhang Guolong’s art comes from its material, impressive visual and psychological effect. Zhang explored how to use a combination of materials and technique to express his idea. We can see Zhang’s hard work. Modern art was focused on its visual effect, post-modern art was more focus on the state of mind. Zhang’s art belongs to post-modern art. We can see his art both has visual and spiritual effect.

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THE GREAT WALL-ZHANG GUOLONG’S SOLO EXHIBITION Zhang Guolong’s works of art have rich visual texture and effect. The texture of his work is not mechanical, but is a kind of expression of his spirit. The shapes on his works represented something related to our life and universe, not only images related to things. And he often uses specific shapes and color to depict his ideas. What viewers will see is a result of the combination of visual, psychological, sensitive feelings. ---The Power of Visual Effects: Interpretation of Zhang Guolong’s Recent Works, Yin Shuangxi, professor of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Art Critic.

ZHANG GUOLONG, B.1957 FLOATING.LIFE NO.3, 2016 Mixed Medium 150 x 230 cm x 3

ZHANG GUOLONG, B.1957 AUTUMN WIND, 2012 Mixed Medium 200 x 280 cm x 3

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LI GANG, B.1962 NO20130614, 2013 Mixed Medium 68 x 68 cm

HAO SHIMING, B.1977 PEOM, 2015 Ink on Silk 50 x 50 cm WANG FEI, B.1964 FACE SERIES, 2014 Ink on Paper 69 x 89cm

JIA QIUYU, B.1974 ON THE ROAD, 2015 Ink on Paper 64 x 39 cm

SHEN QIN, B.1974 BORN NO.3, 2012 Ink on Paper 138 x 34 cm

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LU TIANNING, B.1959 SPRING WATER Ink on Paper 99 x 99cm


ELEGANCE OF CHINESE LITERATI’S STUDY

WOODY CHIC RESONANCE CHAIR, 2008 Burma Paduak 62 x 50 x 109 cm (chair) 48 x 38 x 68 cm (table)

TAIHEYUAN REDWOOD FURNITURE BAMBOO CHAIR AND TABLE, 2016 Red Rosewood 62 x 50 x 109 cm (chair) 48 x 38 x 68 cm (table)

GUOSHOU REDWOOD FURNITURE TABLE AND CHAIR SET, 2016 Burma Tulipwood 65 x 58 x 82 cm (chair) 45 x 45 x 70 cm (table) JIAQIANGE REDWOOD FURNITURE CURIO CABINET, 2016 Red Rosewood 100 x 38 x 198 cm x 2

TAIHANG REDWOOD FURNITURE PALACE CHAIR AND TABLE, 2016 Red Rosewood 62 x 50 x 97.5 cm (chair) 38 x 48 x 68 cm (table)

MINGWEITANG REDWOOD FURNITURE ARMCHAIR AND TABLE, 2016 Black Rosewood 68 × 60 × 100 cm (chair) 50 × 40 × 78 cm (table)

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M ARCE LLA E RN EST & K ELI M ASHB URN | R E D U C T I O N 2 0 1 6 THREE CHANNEL VIDEO PRODUCTION

Using a combination of moving and still imagery, color film and black and white photography, narration and music, Reduction explores the combined environmental, visual, and metaphorical significance of fire as both a living process and a cultural tool from the perspective of two Native American artists, and was designed in conversation with the Autry’s Human Nature exhibition. Marcella Ernest and Keli Mashburn have over twenty years of experience working with Native communities and landscapes. Concerned with the impact of residential and commercial development on Native lands, their work speaks to the ability of Native people to thrive in complex and contemporary settings through ceremony, tradition, and cultural connections, and by creating a dialogue between state, federal, and tribal institutions.

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Photographer, essayist, and performance artist Harry Gamboa Jr. calls into question the relationship between the stereotypes of the Chicano male and the far more diverse community of artists, writers, academics, performers, and other creative thinkers who identify as Chicano in his Chicano Male Unbonded series. Photographed at night and situated within various aspects of Los Angeles’s distinctive urban geography, his subjects together comprise the Chicano avant-garde.

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Ink is one of China’s most traditional art forms and possesses a long and rich history. It is a medium that is embedded and a central reference in Chinese culture. Traditional ink painting represents the true cultural heritage of Chinese people, and has persisted as an art form over the centuries. Contemporary ‘ink’ art has evolved out of the traditional use to display endless new possibilities. This has a great bearing on how the traditional medium of ink is recognized, and can be further popularized in the contemporary dialogue. China’s increase in wealth as a country has attributed towards a trend of more interest, collection, and support of the arts. Contemporary ink art has captured the imaginations of collectors and speculators in Asia and Europe, and gradually in China too. Chinese Ink painting has been setting strong sales at auctions such as Sotheby’s Hong Kong and New York. It has become in high demand in the art market. LAAS has showcased and highlighted Chinese contemporary ink art since 2013, over the years it has become one of the landmarks of the show.

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ANGEL RICARDO RICARDO RIOS | THE GARDEN OF EXCESSES CURATED

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Born in Holguin, Cuba, Rios studied art at the Institution Superior de Arte (ISA), Havana, Cuba as well as Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana. He currently lives in Mexico. Rios’ massive paintings and deft drawings blend organic, vegetal forms with allusions to the erotic in fantastic displays of sensual excess. Expressed in vibrant colors with a quick, sure hand, or made using his body to apply paint, his meld of Expressionist and Neobaroque explorations appear part abstraction and part dreamscape, recalling the theatrical presence celebrated in the Spanish Baroque.

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Dagmara searches for the exploration of meaning and making the viewer a part of her work, as well as to generate a contribution to society and incite reflection. She does not look for answers, but intends to open the door to questions. Dagmara’s work consists of an intervention, a 12-meter wide inflatable rubber structure, that passes through different contexts, always as an artistic exercise in the language of intervention, landscape and urban space.

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Collaborative duo Dosshaus present “The Artist’s Room”, a life-sized fantasy live/work space. A combination of installation and performance, the artists inhabit a sculptural environment where everything, including their clothing, is created from recycled cardboard. Dosshaus engage cultural questions with whimsy and insouciance.

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K I M AB E L E S | LEGENDS FOR A REANIMATED WOMAN PRESENTED

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Kim Abeles has a history of creating biographical artworks of strong females, including Calamity Jane, Rosa Parks, St. Bernadette, Eva Peron, Carmen Miranda, Beryl Markham, and more recently, Pope Joan. In her latest body of work, “Legends for a Reanimated Woman”, Abeles presents new works about Jeanne D’Arc (aka Joan of Arc), and selections of her earlier work.

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di-chot-o-my a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different bi-fur-ca-tion the division of something into two branches or parts After receiving views in the millions on YouTube, Scoggins’ award-winning work was exhibited in the Guggenheim museums of New York City, Bilbao, Berlin, and Venice. Her videos have appeared in film festivals, music festivals, and art fairs internationally, including Ultra Music Festival, Frieze Art Fair, and Art Wynwood International Contemporary Art. In 2016 her animations accompanied David Gilmour’s performances at the Hollywood bowl, as well as Hans Zimmer’s orchestral tour throughout Europe.

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The Luis Buñuel Film Institute will be exhibiting large photographic prints from the films of Luis Buñuel at the LA Art Show. Various film montage, surrealist collages, installations and ephemera from the LBFI archives will exhibit in Booth 13. Luis Buñuel, (born Feb. 22, 1900, Calanda, Spain—died July 29, 1983, Mexico City), Spanish director and filmmaker, noted especially for his early Surrealist films and for his work in the Mexican commercial cinema. He is distinguished for his highly personal style and controversial obsession with social injustice, religious excess, gratuitous cruelty, and eroticism.

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A radiating line drawing becomes weightless architecture. The untouchable plane designates the surface of this realm, as the viewer lives and travels within.

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RETNA // NUNCA | I N D I G EN O U S RE FLE C TIO NS PRESENTED

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Indigenous Reflections: Retna/Nunca offers a thriving exploration of the artistic connection between Retna and Nunca (meaning “Never” in Portuguese). Both artists represent a substantial influence on the urban graffiti art scenes of Los Angeles and Brazil. This compelling mural painting is their first collaboration in the US. Conveying their appreciation for the heritage of mural painting, this piece emphasizes indigenous aspects in each other’s imagery.

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YI HWA N K W ON PRESENTED

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Yi Hwan Kwon’s eccentric and arresting sculptures and environmental installations are both the sites and the triggers for an explosion of cognitive and visceral dissonance. Cheerfully brimming with paradox, his distorted statuary of modern people have the immediacy and surprise energy of Pop Art, but none of its flashy, high-calorie excesses. Instead, these object-images offer nuanced disorientation; they are as much about direct experiential materiality as they are about deracinated, mediated perceptions. They offer poetic personal narrative and socio-political analysis. They speak simultaneously in the languages of art history and science fiction. Like Helen of Troy, each of his faces launch 1,000 ships of inquiry. To Yi Hawn-kwon’s mind, the dominant quality of modern existence is tension. We exist in a kind of self-made limbo between isolation and connection, individual and society, real and virtual, phenomenon and invention, in which everything is flattened, condensed, trapped and made relative. In his illusionistic manipulations of the human body – as represented by an eclectic array of exemplar citizens both anonymous and archetypal – Yi Hwan-kwon seeks to give durable physical form to a cluster of ideas about energy and cognition.

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