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LOCATION Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall J and K 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Patron Reception: 7pm - 8pm Opening Night Premiere Party: 8pm - 11pm Benefiting the Art of Elysium and the Education Department of the J. Paul Getty GENERAL SHOW Thursday 24 Friday 25 Saturday 26 Sunday 27

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WELCOME The 18th Annual LA Art Show is the longest running platform for contemporary, modern, historic, and traditional fine art in the country, featuring painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, and video from over 100 prominent galleries from around the globe. Designed with the serious collector in mind, The LA Art Show is entirely unique in the art world, providing attendees with a complete art experience. The LA Art Show features four distinct sections: The Modern & Contemporary Section, the Historic & Traditional Contemporary Section, the Vintage Poster Section, and the Los Angeles IFPDA Fine Print Fair Section.

In addition to exploring the more than 15,000 items on display on the show floor, admission also includes the opportunity to enjoy the show’s special exhibitions, installations, and engaging Dialogs LA, featuring internationally renowned CONTACTS: Show Production/General Information Palm Beach Show Group 500 N Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460 T 561 822 5440/ F 561 837 6651 lacatalogue@palmbeachshow.com

artists, collectors, curators, and art professionals.

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


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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dialogs LA & Special Events

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S.R. Brennen Galleries 64

Curated Exhibitions & Installations

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Schiller & Bodo European Paintings

Letters From LA: Text in Southern California Art

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Shinkle Fine Art 68

President’s Letter 20

Simard Bilodeau Galerie 69

General Manager’s Letter

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Spencer Jon Helfen Fine Arts

Opening Night Premiere Party

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Stern Pissarro Gallery 72

Honorary Host Committee 2013

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Surovek Gallery 73

Thank you to Opening Night Premiere Party Partners

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Trotter Galleries 74

J. Paul Getty Museum Education Department

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Trustwin Inc 75

The Art of Elysium

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William A. Karges Fine Art

The Art of Elysium Auction

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Willow Gallery 77

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The Autry 33 LETS Auction 34

Modern & Contemporary 186 Projects 79

Historic & Traditional Contemporary Abby M. Taylor Fine Art

Allure Fine Art Gallery

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Arcadia Gallery 81

Airian Dome Of Fine Art/Kazaz Gallery

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Art Company Misoolsidae 82

American Legacy Fine Arts

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Arteria Gallery 83

Anographics 41

Art Link International 84

Beijing Miyasee Art Gallery

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Axiom Contemporary 85

Blue Rain Gallery 43

Brett Wesley Gallery 86

Borsini-Burr Gallery 44

Bruce Lurie Gallery 88

Daphne Alazraki Fine Art

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CM2 Space 89

Del Monte Fine Art

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Caldwell Snyder Gallery 90

George Stern Fine Arts

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Cernuda Arte 91

Galerie Michael 48

Cumberland Gallery 92

Hayden & Fandetta Booksellers

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DTR Modern Galleries 93

Historicana ​ 51

Dado Art Gallery 94

The Hunt Gallery 52

Denenberg Fine Arts 95

Josh Hardy Galleries 53

Denis Bloch Fine Art

Kendall Fine Art 54

Erik Thomsen Gallery 97

M.S. Rau Antiques 55

Fabien Castanier Gallery 98

Mingjia Gallery 56

The G2 Gallery 99

Murloge Gallery Of Fine Art

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Galeria Moro 100

Papillon Gallery 60

Galerie Luco 101

The Redfern Gallery 62

Gallery G-77 102

Rehs Galleries, Inc.

Gallery Jones Fine Arts Ltd

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Guy Hepner Contemporary

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Schuebbe Projects 146

Hao Li Art Center

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Studio AKKA 147

Hao Space

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Systema Gallery 148

J.R. Richards Gallery

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Mark Your Calendar For 2014

Jack Rutberg Fine Arts

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John Palmer Fine Art

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IFPDA Fine Print

Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art

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IFPDA Letter 151

King Space Gallery

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International Fine Print Dealers Association

Latin American Masters

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IFPDA Exhibitors 153

Leidy Images

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Kleinprint 154

The McLoughlin Gallery

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Stoney Road Press Ireland

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Michael Goedhuis

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Tobey C. Moss Gallery

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Nancy’s Gallery

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Verne Collection 157

Nine Gallery

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LA Printmaking Society (LAPS)

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Paul Stolper Gallery

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Phoenix Art Palace

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Vintage Poster Introduction

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Praxis International Art

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Vintage Poster Exhibitors

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PYO Gallery

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Rosenbaum Contemporary

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Sponsor City National Bank

Red Truck Gallery

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Sponsor China:FUSION 164

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Participating Organizations

Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance (SCAA)/ L Street Fine Art SM Fine Art Gallery

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ADC & Building Bridges

Studio 26 Gallery

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Contemporary Art Ruhr 180

Susan Teller Gallery

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California Art Club 182

ten472 Contemporary Art

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Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) / Gallery 825

Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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Launch 188

The Valentine Ryabov Gallery

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Villa Del Arte Galleries

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Ads

Watanabe Fine Art

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FADA 191

Waterhouse & Dodd

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The Getty 192

Winterowd Fine Art

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Media Partners 194

Young Art Gallery

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Opening Night Culinary And Beverage Partners

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Other Participants 248 Project Spaces

Shows 261

BG Gallery (Bleicher Golightly/Gorman)

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Special Thanks 271

L2Kontemporary Gallery

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Show Dates 272

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dialogs & special events

dialogs LA SPECIAL EVENTS

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To Live and Paint in L.A.: Joshua Rose, Moderator 2

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Lecture sponsored by American Art Collector Magazine

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The Back Story of Art: Panelists Don Thompson, Richard Polsky, and Bruce Helander, Moderator

The city of Los Angeles has always been a convergence of disparate cultural

In 1966, art dealer Leo Castelli said, “My responsibility is the myth-making

styles, eras, mediums, and mechanisms. This panel will consist of artists from

of myth material, which handled properly and imaginatively, is the job of

a wide range of genres and mediums, discussing topics that affect them and

the dealer. I have to go at it completely. One can’t just prudently build up a

that they must deal with every day, such as the difference between the two

myth.” The back-story of art includes its provenance, but goes beyond that.

coasts, the decision of working in Los Angeles while selling in New York City,

For Ai Weiwei, it is the political meaning of sunflowers; with Damien Hirst, the

the influence/effect/seduction of the entertainment industry, the people who

“machine-perfect nature of spots.” The back-story is an important part of art

collect their work, and the general creative scene in Los Angeles right now at

value, and produces some great stories, which will be featured during this

this moment, as it is happening.

presentation.

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Chinese Artists of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s: Art critic and journalist 4 pm Weimei Chen, Tong Walton from Phoenix Art Palace, and Li

Gallery Round Table 2012: Peter Mays, Moderator Lecture sponsored by the Los Angeles Art Association

Peter Mays, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Art Association, will

Qiongbo, Editor of Art Gallery Magazine and founder of 53 Museum

in Guangzhou, China

discuss current trends in art and what to expect from the Los Angeles art scene in the coming years. Panel will feature leading gallerists and curators.

During the past two decades there has been a tremendous upsurge of interest in contemporary Chinese art and artists throughout the world. This discussion examines how the art of Chinese born during the 60s, 70s, and 80s reflects their perspective from within an ascending global power and how their depiction of China’s current events and historical background differs from commonly held Western perceptions.

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dialogs & special events

2 The Legacy of Andy Warhol: Panelist Irving Blum, Bruce Helander, pm Moderator Arguably the most legendary art dealer in Los Angeles, Irving Blum had the

Letters from Los Angeles: 12 pm Text in Southern California Art

foresight and gambler’s instinct fifty years ago to offer Andy Warhol his first show in L.A., which consisted of 32 controversial paintings of Campbell’s soup cans. Blum later bought the works as a set for $1,000, and eventually would

Moderated by Jack Rutberg, this panel discussion with artists, Mark Steven

sell them to the Museum of Modern Art for $15 million. As a young dealer, he

Greenfield, Bruce Richards, and Alexis Smith, will explore the theme of this

also championed Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, and Ed Ruscha. In his panel

provocative exhibition curated especially for the LA Art Show. The discussion

discussion he will offer rare insights on the historic Warhol exhibition and

and Q&A will address how L.A. is uniquely identified by text (e.g., the

other fascinating art world anecdotes.

Hollywood Sign, MGM, etc.) and the significance of text in their art and that of their peers.

1 & 3 Alexandre Renoir, great-grandson of Pierre Auguste Renoir, Painting with Children. Presented by Galerie Michael (booth 412,513) pm

Rebuilding Our Heritage: Ordinance Reform and the Impending 4 pm

Mural Resurgence in L.A.: Panelists Judithe Herandez, Glenna Avila,

Tanner Blackman, Man One, Chris Espinoza, with moderator Isabel

Rojas-Williams, Executive Director, MCLA. Lecture sponsored

by Visual Art Source, ArtScene and art ltd

An unprecedented opportunity to meet a modern master, discuss his work with children and his family legacy all while learning how to paint.

Presented by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA), artists, political

1pm: Children ages 9 and under; AND 3pm: Children 10 and older

representatives, non-profits, and gallery owners will discuss their participation

Each child will complete and take home their masterpiece.

in the current mural resurgence in Los Angeles, a resurgence that will help

Please RSVP by Friday, January 25 by calling 202.412.3309 and leaving a

transform our visual landscape to enhance civic pride, boost tourism, and

voicemail with the child’s name, parent(s) name, and a phone number or an

provide job creation for generations to come.

email that you may be contacted.

1 & 3 Painting with Davyd Whaley pm (Adults of any age) Davyd Whaley will paint with Adults, using his approach of color and dreams

5-7 Young Collector’s Event pm

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to bring the canvas to life. Davyd Whaley is a full-time studio artist and art teacher in East L.A. He studied at the Art Students League of New York and is also a resident artist of the Santa Fe Art Colony in the Downtown Los

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The Joys of Collecting Art: Panelists Blake Byrne, Clifford Einstein, and Bruce Helander, Moderator

Angeles Arts District. Davyd was accepted to the 9th edition of the Florence Biennale 2013. Please RSVP by Friday, January 25 by calling 310.822.9145 and

Collecting art on a serious basis requires a good deal of time and discipline

leaving a voicemail with your name, and a phone number or an email.

to fully explore the various components of the art market. While it’s best to trust your own “eye,” making satisfying and good judgments overall depends on being completely informed. Becoming familiar with artists and dealers can insure meaningful and productive decisions in building a great art collection. This panel explores the personal joys and challenges of collecting art.

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Curated Exhibitions and Installations

curated exhibitions installations Betsabee Romero & Andrea Juan Installations A special exhibit, presented by ADC Contemporary Art & Building Bridges, will showcase two of the world’s art stars, acclaimed Mexican artist Betsabee Romero and celebrated Argentine artist Andrea Juan. Romero uses automobile tires as a medium, carved into intricate patterns and imprinted onto textiles. The final works are hung to create an immersive environment. Andrea Juan’s enthralling floor to ceiling video installations New Species and Sea Images documents the unexpected effects of a warming planet while blending a Christo-like urge to adorn landscape in vibrant color. China: FUSION China: FUSION showcases emerging artists from China and highlights the artists’ fusion of East and West culture through content and form. The 3600-square-foot exhibition will be designed as a traditional Chinese style “9-Couleurs,” with the core exhibition area highlighting China’s cutting-edge artists of the 1970s and 1980s. This special exhibition is organized the by National Base for International Culture Trade (NBFICT) under the commission and guidance of the China Ministry of Culture and Shanghai Municipal Culture Radio and Television Bureau.

Letters from Los Angeles: Text in Southern California Art Conceived and curated by Jack Rutberg, in association with Aldis Browne, this high-profile exhibit highlights more than thirty LA-based artists who incorporate elements of words and letters in their work. The special exhibition will feature a literal Who’s Who in Art, including: Lita Albuquerque, John Baldessari, Bill Barminski, Wallace Berman, Chris Burden, Hans Burkhardt, Huguette Caland, Doug Edge, Mark X Farina, Jud Fine, Eve Fowler, Gajin Fujita, Scott Grieger, Mark Steven Greenfield, Raul Guerrero, George Herms, Dennis Hopper, Ed Kienholz, Lynn Hanson, Charles LaBelle, Mark Licari, Michael C. McMillen, Jim Morphesis, Bruce Nauman, Stas Orlovski, David Allan Peters, Paulin Paris, Raymond Pettibon, Lari Pittman, Ken Price, Bruce Richards, Ed Ruscha, Richard Shelton, Alexis Smith, J. Michael Walker, Gordon Wagner, Tom Wudl, and others. Marilyn Lowey’s Translating Transitions #4 Curated by the Los Angeles Art Association / Gallery 825, Translating Transitions #4 will be a dynamic electric light and video combination that plays with narrative and abstraction, assaulting and disrupting visual perception by totally different but equally beautiful means. Masterpieces From Los Angeles Collections This special exhibition developed by Galerie Michael provides a rare glimpse into the private collections of Los Angeles’ leading collectors and the relationship between engaged clients and a knowledgeable dealer.

Human Landscape Presented by the California Art Club, this exhibit puts the spotlight on the human form and features many of the nation’s foremost figurative painters including Cathey Cadieux, Warren Chang, Judy Davis, Ignat Ignatov, Tony Pro, Sergio Sanchez, Nancy Seamons-Crookston, Joseph Todorovitch, and Aaron Westerberg. Inception to Presentation For the 2013 LA Art Show, LAUNCH LA presents three Los Angeles based artists Todd Carpenter, Marion Lane, and Antonio Pelayo, each of whom will be on site during the fair to support the LAUNCH mission to encourage stronger artist–audience engagement. All three artists will be at the LAUNCH booth throughout the fair to directly engage and discuss in detail their process and execution of drawing and painting techniques from initial inspiration, to application of materials, and finally to the presentation of exhibition-ready work. Insight into all aspects of the creative process - both inspired and empirical - will be discussed in one-on-one interactions with the audience.

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LETTERS FROM LOS ANGELES: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART

letters from los angeles: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART The LA Art Show 2013 Featured Exhibition Distinguishing L.A.’s Unique International Identity

Alexis Smith The Best of All Possible Worlds, 2001 Collage 27 1/4 X 27 1/4 X 3 1/2 inches

The LA Art Show is proud to present Letters from Los Angeles: Text in Southern California Art as its featured exhibition of 2013. Conceived and curated by Jack Rutberg, in association with Aldis Browne, this exhibition puts a spotlight on this distinctive aspect of L.A. art. While “text in art” has long been broadly addressed in numerous exhibitions, Letters from Los Angeles may well represent the first time that text in L.A. art has been specifically addressed. It will no doubt serve as the impetus for further discourse and historical reflection. Curatorial Statement: L.A.’s association with typography in the visual arts is unique. Text has historically been ubiquitous on the city’s streets with advertisements, political placards, graffiti, and L.A.’s ever-present billboards that surfaced as far back as the onset of Southern California’s car culture and highway system at the turn of the last century. While other cities are represented by monumental structures such as San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, New York’s Empire State Building, the Acropolis in Athens, Big Ben in London, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, etc., L.A.’s most prominent symbols are text – most iconic is the Hollywood Sign, along with the great movie studio logos of MGM, 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, etc., which have been familiar to billions of people in each generation around the world for nearly a century. So it is perhaps understandable that Los Angeles has a pronounced affinity for the usage of text in the visual arts which distinguishes it from its historic precedents.

Edward Ruscha 51% Angel, 49% Devil, 1983 Oil on canvas 36 x 40 inches

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Typography in modern art first surfaced in the last decades of the 19th century with the invention of the original color lithographic poster, when artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Cheret, and Steinlen portrayed the demi-monde of Paris and in the process celebrated specific cafes, performers, liquors, and other new and essential products. Later, the abstract use of typography appeared in many avant-garde aspects of 20th century art, including the Cubists, Russian Constructivists, Bauhaus, Dada, Surrealists, and Pop artists. The artists featured in this Letters from Los Angeles exhibition have used text in extraordinarily diverse ways: immortalizing L.A.’s signs, streets, and gas stations; using comic book captions to convey dramatic angst, juxtaposing text with appropriated images; framing collages with wry observations and titles; surrealist re-configuring of old prints and clippings with snatches of verse and prose, employing the power of language to pose disquieting comments in conceptual works, often dealing with anti-war, racial, and gender issues. The range of approaches is as individual as the artists themselves. The vast and diverse ways that Southern California artists incorporate words, numerals, and text reflects an aesthetic that might even be seen as a logical antecedent to the current spotlight on contemporary graffiti and tattoo art. Since the 1960s, text in the art of L.A. was most popularized by Edward Ruscha, whose works are included in this exhibition.  Letters from Los Angeles also includes works from the artist whose works were most ubiquitous in the 1960s - Corita Kent (1918-1986). Concurrent with the LA Art Show, Corita Kent’s works are the subject of a major retrospective exhibition at the Tang Museum at Skidmore College in New York, presented through the support of the Andy Warhol Foundation. Quoting the Warhol Foundation: “... Sister Corita, who achieved fame in the 1960s as a liberal activist artist nun ...incorporated text borrowed from a wide variety of sources, from advertising to literature to scripture. …their ingenious textual amalgams exhort viewers to create a better society, and mix secular and religious, pop culture and fine art, suffering and joy. As such they are a vibrant expression of the contradictions and enthusiasms of sixties culture.” 17


LETTERS FROM LOS ANGELES: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART

Hans Burkhardt Basel, 1981 Oil on canvas 50 X 60 inches

Theirs was by no means the first extensive use of typography in L.A. contemporary art. For example, from 1955 to 1964, Wallace Berman (1926-1976) brought typography and poetry together in a distinct and provocative way though a loose-leaf, free form art and poetry series entitled “Semina.” This now rare collection of “Semina” would ultimately be reconstructed [shown in this exhibition] by an artist closely associated with Berman, George Herms, one of the most significant collage artists to emerge from that generation.

Greg Colson Why Sustainable Apparel?, 2012 Acrylic on wood panels 47 inches diameter

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LETTERS FROM LOS ANGELES: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART

Dennis Hopper Untitled, 1992 Lithograph 36 X 27 inches

In painting, while text can be seen in the anti-war canvases of Hans Burkhardt (19041994), as well as in his paintings reacting to the Hollywood labor wars at the end of WW II, this exhibition includes Burkhardt’s Basel Graffiti paintings of 1981, before the term “graffiti” was generally considered in the realm of fine art. Burkhardt’s extraordinary paintings were not graffiti art in and of themselves, but rather, formidable statements about graffiti and the plight of the street markmakers he encountered during travels to Basel, Switzerland. Burkhardt’s paintings are powerful reflections upon the urban landscape he witnessed; however, more directly, they capture the angst, as well as the hope, of a generation five decades younger than Burkhardt. With astounding expressionist verve, Hans Burkhardt’s are the most painterly works in Letters from Los Angeles.

Mark Steven Greenfield Gameface, 2005 C-print 40 x 29 inches

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LETTERS FROM LOS ANGELES: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART

Mark Licari Phone Drawing and Collage, 2011 Drawing, watercolor, and collage 30 X 22 inches

LETTERS FROM LOS ANGELES: TEXT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ART

While Los Angeles’ international recognition is acknowledged via text, it must be noted that Angelinos also self-identify with text, as no other city in the world refers to itself in both the written and spoken word so distinctly and interchangeably as we do with the initials: “L.A.” Letters from Los Angeles offers but one aspect of Los Angeles’ history. At a time when many have mythologized the contemporary art of this city into a neat simple equation or school or group of artists, such as those associated with the important Ferus Gallery of the 1960s, we recognize this amazing and expansive realm of L.A. history. It might very well be regarded as “Ferus’ Day Off.” *

Jack Rutberg

*Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 1986 Paramount Pictures’, now classic coming of age comedy film written and directed by John Hughes, starring Matthew Broderick

A particularly fitting location, The LA Art Show’s exhibition, Letters from Los Angeles: Text in Southern California Art begins immediately upon entering the Los Angeles Convention Center where two monumental works – terrazzo floors by Alexis Smith - reside.  The South Hall Lobby of the Convention Center features an expansive map of the Pacific Rim.  Spanning 50,000 square feet, this work is inset with medallions depicting cultural motifs from Pacific Rim cultures. The Convention Center’s West Hall Lobby floor reveals Smith’s night sky on its two levels. Whether viewed in close proximity by standing within their space or by engaging them from an upper vantage point, they are remarkable for their beauty. Artists included in Letters from Los Angeles: Text in Southern California Art are: Lita Albuquerque, John Baldessari, Bill Barminski, Wallace Berman, Chris Burden, Hans Burkhardt, Huguette Caland, Greg Colson, Doug Edge, Mark X Farina, Jud Fine, Eve Fowler, Gajin Fujita, Alexandra Grant, Scott Grieger, Mark Steven Greenfield, Raul Guerrero, George Herms, Iva Hladis, Dennis Hopper, Ed Kienholz, Lynn Hanson, Charles LaBelle, Mark Licari, Michael C. McMillen, Jim Morphesis, Bruce Nauman, Stas Orlovski, David Allan Peters, Paulin Paris, Raymond Pettibon, Lari Pittman, Ken Price, Bruce Richards, Ed Ruscha, Richard Shelton, Alexis Smith, Masami Teraoka, J. Michael Walker, Tom Wudl, and others. 20

Raul Guerrero Las Indias, 2006 Oil on linen 56 X 80 Inches

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Whether you  are  a  seasoned  collector  or  merely  an  admirer  of  the  arts,  we  are   certain  that  this  year’s  show  will  provide  you  with  a  special  experience  in  the  world   of  Modern  and  Contemporary  Art,  as  well  as  Historic  and  Traditional  Art,  as  we  have   created  the  most  diverse  Art  Show  in  the  world.       The  Modern  and  Contemporary  galleries  of  the  LA  ART  SHOW  represent  the  present   and  future  of  Art  and  Art  Collecting.    The  “Old  Masters”  were  the  upstarts  of  their   time  period  and  a  few  of  today’s  artists  are  sure  to  be  the  Old  Masters  of  the  future.       Art  has  always  been  at  the  forefront  of  society,  bravely  going  where  others  feared  to   tread,  whether  it  was  the  use  of  color,  texture,  composition  or  materials,  artists  have   always  pushed  the  envelope.       It  takes  a  discerning  eye  and  measure  of  courage  to  embrace  and  appreciate  the  new   and  the  different,  and  today’s  collectors  are  a  brave  and  appreciative  crowd.     A  show  of  this  magnitude  requires  coordinated  efforts  from  a  myriad  of  people,  and   I  wish  to  thank  my  entire  team,  whose  dedication  and  hard  work  made  this  show   possible.  I  am  grateful  to  all  our  new  participants  and  to  the  many  great  galleries   that  return  each  year  who  travel  here  so  that  we  may  enjoy  their  spectacular  works   of  art.       The  LA  Art  Show  is  proud  to  serve  as  a  vehicle  for  today’s  artists  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  18th  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 LA Art Show 2013. In a city as vast and eclectic as Los Angeles, nestled in a region packed with attractions to satisfy every interest, I thank you for choosing The LA Art Show as your destination. Whether you are one of our dealers, dedicated to presenting the finest art from throughout the world or a collector eager to bring that art home, we are proud to facilitate this dynamic opportunity. We may build the walls, invite the galleries, and schedule the lectures, but it is your passion for spreading an artist’s unique vision that transforms an empty hall into an exciting event. My new partners, the Palm Beach Show Group, have focused their successful business on catering to the discerning collector with carefully produced antique, art, and jewelry shows across the United States. Together, we have expanded the scope and reach of this year’s fair and foresee new and exciting developments for 2014 and beyond. Many new shows may join the marketplace, but the LA Art Show remains committed to presenting a vast and heterogeneous blend of art. We are not confined by fashion and trends, finding instead that variety sparks innovation and imagination. I invite you to explore the Show and make your own discoveries. Sincerely,

Kim Martindale General Manager/Partner LA Art Show

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Co-hosts Ali Larter and Hayes MacArthur, the Art of Elysium, the J. Paul Getty Museum Education Department, the International Fine Print Dealers Association, Palm Beach Show Group, KR Martindale Show Management, and the distinguished members of the Host Committee cordially invite you to attend the Opening Night Premiere Party of the 2013 LA Art Show.

Wednesday, January 23 Patron Reception: 7–8 PM Opening Night Premiere Party: 8–11 PM Los Angeles Convention Center / South Hall 1201 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015

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honorary host committee 2013

t han k y o u t o o ur o p e ning nigh t

Fabio Banegas & Chuck Larson

Jennifer Howell

Molly Barnes

Sam Kim

Suzanne Deal Booth

Lisa & Victor Kohn

Frances & Lester Boxer

Councilman Tom Labonge

Antoinette Brent

Helen Lewis

Kimberly Brooks

Kai Loebach

Norman Buckley

Donna Long

Cynthia & Gustavo Bulgach

John Matthews & Kathryn Weisbeck

Ron Burkhardt

Thomas Morgan

Annie & Jonathan Burrows

J. Roby Penn IV

Blake Byrne

Roslyn & Frank Pinkus

Walter Canas

Richard Polsky

Cindy & Tony Canzoneri

Dr. Timothy Potts

Shana Nys Damprot

Esthella Provas

Claudia Deutsch

Suzanne & Frederic Rheinstein

Gaby & Jack Donitz

Marcella Ruble

Mandy & Cliff Einstein

Norka Saad

Moira Fiore

Eugene Sadovoy

Peter Franciosa & Jennifer Pinto

Susan & Bruce Samuels MD

Carole & Robert Friedman

Cindy Schwarzstein

Olga Garay

Hunt Slonem

Jay Geller

Terri & Michael Smooke

F. Warrington Gillette

Elizabeth S. Sobieski

Homeira & Arnold Goldstein

Lauren & Steve Spilman

Barbara & Glenn Golenberg

Alex Stenzel

Corky & Phil Gore

Lauren Stone

Cameron Gray & Ramaa Mosley

Chela & Julio Taleisnik

Dr. Alan Grinnell & Dr. Feelie Lee

Don Thompson

Audrey & Martin Gruss

Kara Tomé

Zhao Haisheng

Elinor & Rubin Turner

Hans Haveron

Gloria Viseltear

Bruce Helander

Billie Milam Weisman

Judy Henning & Richard Rosenzweig

Gavin Wiesen

Adrienne & Elliott Horwitch

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J. Paul Getty Museum Education Department

The J. Paul Getty Museum defines its mission as encouraging the appreciation and understanding of visual art and its history, contexts, and meanings. In support of this mission, the Museum’s Education Department works to enhance visitors’ direct experiences with works of art, taking a leadership role in developing high-quality programs, written materials, and educational spaces that strongly connect a broad range of audiences to the Museum, its collections, and special exhibitions. The initiatives and programs of the Department reflect a strong commitment to K–12 students and their teachers, as well as audiences that include children and their families, post-secondary faculty and students, and adults and scholars. Since 2005 the Department has granted fully subsidized bus transportation to Title I schools, annually bringing more than 70,000 students and their teachers for single visits to the J. Paul Getty Museum’s two locations: the Getty Center in Los Angeles and the Getty Villa in Malibu. Additionally, partnerships with school communities and cultural and community organizations provide young people with opportunities for longer-term, in-depth learning experiences.

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The Ar t of Elysium is honored to be a participant in the 18th annual Los Angeles Art Show for the 3rd consecutive year. We are thrilled to have their continued support of our efforts to build bridges between the professional arts community, and children whose lives are constrained by illness. Founded in 1997, our “full-circle” mission helps fuel new artistic work and advance careers while bringing improved quality of life and emotional healing through the arts to medically fragile children and their families. We reach into local and national ar ts communities supporting the arts at ever y level. The Art of Elysium’s focused commitment to helping artists build their careers and fulfill their artistic vision, so that they can in turn help ill youth, creates a self-sustaining model of operating that is cost efficient, artistically compelling, and replicable in other communities. Each discipline annually honors a volunteer artist who has dedicated their time to inspire hospitalized children through The Art of Elysium programs.

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The Art of Elysium, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization founded in 1997, encourages working actors, artists, fashion designers and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions. We provide artistic workshops in the following disciplines: acting, art, comedy, fashion, music, radio, songwriting and creative writing.

For more information about volunteering and our programs, please contact us at info@theartofelysium.org. WWW.THEARTOFELYSIUM.ORG | TWITTER.COM/THEARTOFELYSIUM | FACEBOOK.COM/THEARTOFELYSIUM

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The Art of Elysium 3278 Wilshire Blvd. Penthouse Los Angeles, CA 90010 T: (213) 389-3201 E: info@TheArtofElysium.org www.TheArtofElysium.org

OPENiNg iN JuNE

Art of the West showcases a dynamic and evolving world of art that springs from the cultural practices of the

many peoples who have shaped the American West. This exhibition is the first of its kind to

explore how shared values and interests have

inspired artists from different cultures and times to create distinctive, powerful works that speak

to their experience of the West as a destination, a community, and a home.

Opening in the summer of 2013 in the new Irene Bert Rodriguez As Long As I Can Love You, 2012 20 x 22 x 2.5 inches Neon mounted on plexiglass Edition 3 of 3 Courtesy of the artist Celebrating our 15th year providing artist support and creative arts programming for hospitalized youth, The Art of Elysium is proud to present a preview booth for our 6th annual art auction Pieces of Heaven. Each year, artists, galleries and collectors donate works of art to The Art of Elysium in efforts to raise money to benefit our fine arts program Elysium Project. This year, we have teamed up with Paddle8; a fully virtual fine art auction house that collaborates with leading museums, foundations and non-profits.

Helen Jones Parks Gallery of Art at the Autry, Art Artists Include Adarsha Benjamin Shepard Fairey James Georgopoulos Brian Graf Todd Hido Terrence Koh Curtis Kulig Dennis Oppenheim Alex Prager Bert Rodriguez James Rosenquist Alessandra Sanguinetti Melvin Sokolsky Cole Sternberg Donald Sultan Joseph Szabo Alison Van Pelt Russell Young

of the West will display historical works by such

masters as Thomas Moran and Frederic Remington alongside contemporary pieces by Virgil Ortiz, Luis Tapia, David Levinthal, and many others. Also on

display will be never-before-seen artworks from the Autry’s rich collections, including the Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection.

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Counterclockwise from upper right: James Doolin (United States, 1932–2002), Bridges (detail), 1989. Oil on canvas. Loan courtesy of the Estate of James Doolin and Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Culver City; LT2008-82-1 • David Levinthal (United States, born 1949), The Wild West series (6 prints) (detail), 1987–1989. Polaroid Polacolor ER print. Museum Purchase, Autry National Center: 93.187.1–.4. Donated by Mr. David Levinthal: 93.200.1–.2 • Bison chair, Scotland, 1842. Mahogany, rosewood, glass. Museum Purchase, Autry National Center; 91.41.2 • Mateo Romero (Cochiti Pueblo, born 1966), War Music II (detail), 2008. Mixed media on wood. Purchase made possible by Jackie and Gene Autry, Autry National Center; 2008.34.1 • Navajo chief-style variant blanket (beeldlei or hanolchadi), Navajo (Diné), 1885–1900 (detail). Wool. The Jane Virginia Dexter Baldwin Memorial Collection, gift of Mrs. Anita Baldwin. Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, Autry National Center; 630.G.38 • Andrew Melrose (United States [born in Scotland], 1836–1901), Westward the Star of Empire Takes Its Way—Near Council Bluffs, Iowa (detail), 1867. Oil on canvas. Museum Purchase, Autry National Center; 92.147.1 • Preston Singletary (Tlingit, born 1963), Balance of Power, circa 2007. Glass. Purchased by the 2008 Gold-level Member Acquisitions Committee, Autry National Center; 2008.11.1 • Indian Roadmaster motorcycle, 1948, Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company. Leather, metal. Museum Purchase, Autry National Center; 97.70.1.1

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Artists inlcude: Charles Arnoldi, Cryptik, Guy Dill, Laddie John Dill, Salomon Huerta, Bruce Helander, Lisa Bartleson, Jeremy Kidd, Edward Lightner, Roni Feldman, Tom Lieber, Suzan Woodruff, Alexis Berman, Christina Craemer, and more… 11333 Moorpark Street • Studio City, CA 91602 • 888-594-LETS (5387) Let’s Erase the Stigma Educational Foundation (LETS) children’s charity is a positive force for early education and prevention that erases the stigma of mental illness and saves kids from tomorrow’s issues. By facing these issues in a positive and constructive format, we help youth find solutions among their peers and with adults so that they don’t have to bear these difficult burdens alone and in darkness. LETS will be previewing artwork for a silent auction taking place at Minotti LA on Friday, January 25th, 7-9 pm. For more information visit www.lets.org or

Cryptik Lord Ganesha Limited Edition Artist Series 3 color serigraph print on cream speckletone paper Edition of 25 Courtesy of the artist

Tom Lieber Untitled, 2012 Watercolor on paper 11 x 8 inches Courtesy of the artist

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Abby Taylor 32 E. 67th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 535 5767 43 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830 T 203 622 0906 C 203 216 3088 E abby@amtfineart.com www.amtfineart.com

Abby M. Taylor Fine Art

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

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Caio Fonseca, b. 1959 American Pietrasanta C11.55, 2011 Mixed media on canvas 34 x 34 inches

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Kazaz Gallery

Staff: Monet Airian Kazaz Martin Arthur Airian Ani Sophie Davtian Judith Silberfeld Kaz Artist: Emil Kazaz

Lia Kissenger Sona Gichyan Arthur Castro Romy Kay

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Monet Airian Kazaz, Martin Airian 137 S. Maple Drive, #103 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 T 310 405 3383 T 818 281 5606 E KazazGallery@live.com E monetairian@alumni.ucla.edu www.airiandomeoffineart.com

Airian Dome of Fine Art

The management of Airian Dome of Fine Art (ADoFA) and KAZAZ Gallery, the exclusive worldwide representative of one of the greatest and compelling artists of our time, Emil Kazaz, exhibits his bronze sculptures, oil paintings, drawings, and mixed medias throughout international art fairs, shows and competitions on regular basis, while maintaining permanent installations of his early and late works.

Emil Kazaz, b. 1953 The Silver Stag Oil on linen 58 x 81 inches

Emil Kazaz, b. 1953 Angel of Flower, 2008 Bronze 27 x 29 x 35 inches

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American legacy fine Arts

Elaine Adams 949 Linda Vista Avenue Pasadena, CA 91103 T 626 577 7733 F 626 577 9331 E annedecker@americanlegacyfinearts.com www.americanlegacyfinearts.com

American Legacy Fine Arts offers the finest in contemporary-traditional paintings and sculpture created by today’s leading artists.

Wang Dongnan The Silence of Wind, 2011 Oil on canvas 116 x 89 cm

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415 Mathew Street Santa Clara, CA 95050 T 408 970 9655 E art@anographics.com www.anographics.com

Anographics

Anographics features works by Peter Kellett and various other artists. In this electro-chemical process, a sheet of aluminum that has been anodized can absorb dyes much like a sheet of paper. The vibrancy and electric color is unlike any other medium allowing depth, transparency, and emotion to reach out to the viewer.

Peter Kellett Magma Anodized aluminum 48 x 48 inches

Alexander V. Orlov Musso and Frank Grill: Hollywood Walk of Fame Oil on canvas    14 x 11 inches

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Beijing Miyasee Art Gallery

Miya Qi Miyasee Art Building Songzhuang Art Area, Tongzhou District Beijing 101118, China T +86 1069596223 F +86 1069593295 E miyaseeart@yahoo.com www.miyasee.com

The Beijing Miyasee Art Gallery carries a variety of paintings from many different artists and looks forward to expanding its representation.

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Leroy Garcia 130 Lincoln Avenue, Suite C Santa Fe, NM 87501 T 505 954 9902 E info@blueraingallery.com www.blueraingallery.com

Blue Rain Gallery

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

Tony Abeyta Untitled, 2012 Oil on canvas 42 1/2 x 54 1/2 inches

Wang Dongnan The Silence of Wind, 2011 Oil on canvas 116 x 89 cm

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Borsini-Burr gallery

1401 Main Street Montara by the Sea, CA 94037 T 650 302 2049 E dborsini@borsini-burr.com www.borsini-burr.com

Borsini-Burr Gallery features works from both Magical and Imaginary Realism artists Michael Parkes, Robert Bissell, and Lori Preusch. The gallery has an extensive inventory of bronze sculptures, original oil paintings, original drawings, and hand-pulled stone lithographs spanning more than 40 years. The gallery is situated just north of Half Moon Bay and just south of San Francisco, CA.

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Daphne Alazraki 220 E. 63rd Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 734 8658 F 212 717 2344 E fineart@alazraki.com www.alazraki.com

Daphne Alazraki Fine Art

Daphne Alazraki Fine Art offers superior quality European paintings of the 17th through 20th centuries; these include Barbizon, Academic, Dutch-Romantic, and Impressionist works. The gallery offers valuation services and seeks to purchase works by both major and minor masters. Recently a new office has been opened in La Jolla, CA.

Jean Béraud, 1849-1936 French Cachotteries (Secrets), 1909 Oil on panel 19 3/4 x 24 inches Signed and dated: Jean Béraud/1909 Exhibited: Paris, Salon de 1909, Grand Palais, no. 73, illustrated p. 177 (as Au Bar) Michael Parkes, b. 1944 Startled Sky Nymph, 2012 Bronze sculpture 38 x 17 x 12 inches

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Del Monte Fine art

Jessica Nault, Brent Gross P.O. Box 2953 Carmel, CA 93921 T 831 626 1100 F 831 626 9900 E dmfa@delmontefineart.com www.delmontefineart.com

Purveyor of museum quality Early California and American paintings.

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

george stern fine arts

For over forty years, George Stern Fine Arts has specialized in California Impressionism and American Scene painting. We have an extensive inventory of fine works from 1880 through 1940 and beyond. The gallery has published books on artists such as Arthur Dominique Rozaire, Conrad Buff, Robert Frame, and Edwin Roscoe Shrader. George Stern was the founding president of the Fine Art Dealers Association. Currently he is serving on the boards of FADA, the Art Dealers Association in California, the Board of Governors of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and the Board of Advisors of Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California.

Alson Skinner Clark, b. 1876 In The Cut, Contractors Hill (Panama Canal), 1913 Oil on canvas 37 1/2 x 51 1/2 inches Franz A. Bischoff, 1864-1929 A Spring Poem (South Pasadena, California), 1914 Oil on canvas 40 x 50 inches

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With another image verso: a variant of the image printed again, with all the colors. A “Bon à tirer” is the final definitive proof approved by the artist before the printer starts printing the edition. At the age of 72 and inspired by a postcard sent from Germany by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, “Portrait de Jeune Fille d’apres Cranach le Jeune” served as the initial composition of a theme, followed days later by this second composition, which remains today one of the most important works in this medium. This is one of the most important prints from Picasso’s entire graphic oeuvre.

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Michael Schwartz 224 N. Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 273 3377 F 310 273 0879 E mschwartz@galeriemichael.com www.galeriemichael.com

Galerie Michael

Galerie Michael  specializes in fine European paintings, drawings, and prints from the 17th century to the present. Located on the world famous Via Rodeo in the heart of Beverly Hills for over  30 years, the gallery exhibits works by Rembrandt van Rijn, Marc Chagall, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pablo Picasso, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Henri Matisse, and artists of the French Barbizon School.

Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973 Portrait de Jeune Fille, d’apres Cranach le Jeune. II, 1958 Color linoleum cut 25 1/8 x 21 inches Signed and dated by the artist and inscribed in blue crayon, «Bon à tirer». Also dedicated to the printer in red crayon.

Salvador Dali, 1904-1989 St. George and the Dragon, 1947 Etching on J. Whatman wove paper 17 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches

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Marc Chagall, 1887-1985 Prophtie D’Isaie. Planche II, 1963 Monotype on Japon Nacre paper 16 x 11 7/8 inches

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Hayden & Fandetta Booksellers

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

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

Laughing Gas, 1936 With jacket signed by Abbey If I Were You, 1931 With jacket signed by W. Heath Robinson Thank You, Jeeves!, 1934 With unsigned jacket by James Montgomery Flagg The Man With 2 Left Feet, 1933 With jacket signed by Harry Beckhoff

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Irvin Ungar 1200 Edgehill Drive Burlingame, CA 94010 T 650 343 9578 E ungar@historicana.com www.szyk.com

Historicana

Established in 1987, Historicana specializes in the work of early 20th century Polish-American miniaturist, and propaganda artist Arthur Szyk. We are featuring several illuminations, anti-Nazi pieces, and selections of early symbolist work. We pride ourselves in placing historically and aesthetically significant works in museums, libraries, and private collections.

Arthur Szyk, 1894-1951 Historic Poker Game, 1941 Watercolor and gouache on paper 12 x 9 1/2 inches

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

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The Hunt Gallery

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

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

Michael John Hunt, b. 1941 The Quill, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 40 x 46 inches

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Josh Hardy 6th Avenue, between Dolores & Lincoln Carmel, CA 93921 P.O. Box 148 Pebble Beach, CA 93953 T 831 625 4353 F 831 625 4354 E hardygalleries@gmail.com www.hardygalleries.com

Josh Hardy Galleries

Josh Hardy Galleries specializes in Early American fine art, with an emphasis on the California landscape.

Edgar Payne, 1883-1947 Italian Fishing Boats Oil on canvas 24 x 28 inches

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kendall fine art

Matt Kendall 4460 Garmon Road Atlanta, GA 30327 T 404 538 9035 E matt@kendallfineart.com www.kendallfineart.com

Kendall Fine Art works with beginning and experienced collectors, museums, corporations, art consultants, interior designers, and other dealers to develop and enhance important collections. In addition, Kendall Fine Art offers clients a myriad of services that include curatorial services, appraisals, investment analysis, conservation referral, frame selection and referral, art handling consultation, and more.

Arthur Grover Rider, 1886-1975 Spanish Fishing Boat Oil on canvas 21 x 24 inches Signed lower right

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

M.S. Rau Antiques

Inspiring memories for over 100 years, M.S. Rau Antiques of New Orleans offers rare works of art by masters such as van Gogh, Monet, Rockwell and Gauguin; also offering important 18th and 19th century antiques, and breathtaking estate jewelry. For more details, visit rauantiques.com or call 866-349-0740.

Vincent van Gogh, 1853-1890 Dutch Le Moulin, 1882 Gouache and watercolor over paper laid down on board 14 7/8 x 22 inches Framed: 24 7/8 x 34 inches

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Mingjia Gallery

Lv Ying Rm. 108A 4B, No. 50 Moganshan Road Shanghai 200060, China T +86 21 60446277 F +86 4006981163-32770 E ywart@vip.163.com www.artyw.com

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Deborah Murry 1250 Long Beach Avenue, Suite 328 Los Angeles, CA 90021 T 805 300 6001 F 213 622 8030 E murloge@gmail.com www.murlogegallery.com

Murloge Gallery of Fine Art

Mingjia Gallery is currently located at M5O Art District in Shanghai, China. It not only creates a platform for emerging and established artists to present their talents, but also provides opportunities for communication among artists, art lovers, and collectors by joining national and international fairs every year.

Xie Aige Yoga, 2010 Bronze

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Yuroz, b. 1956 Still Life with Guitar Oil on canvas 48 x 36 inches

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Murloge Gallery of Fine Art

NORMAN ROCKWELL’S “THE CONNOISSEUR”

IS COMING TO THE LA ART SHOW 2013 BOOTH 232/333

Norman Rockwell, b. 1894 The Connoisseur, 2012 Bronze, mixed media 23 1/2 x 17 x 17 inches Ismay Wolff, b. 1983 Beauty Giclee print on hahnemühle photorag, mounted on dibond with aluminum hanging frame 55 x 39 inches

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Martin Wolpert 1639 S. La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90035 T 310 247 7500 F 310 247 7900 E papillong@gmail.com www.papillongallery.com

Papillon Gallery

Papillon Gallery specializes in European and American paintings and sculpture from the period 1890-1950, with emphasis on the School of Paris. Modernist figurative works that capture the ambiance of the period are our particular focus. Additionally, the Gallery shows works by emerging and established artists from Latin America.

Rafa Fernรกndez Eva Luna, 2012 Oil on canvas 59 x 45 inches Signed

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Marijose Terรกn Volver a Vivir, 2010 Mixed media on canvas 59 x 51 inches Signed

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The Redfern Gallery

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

The Redfern Gallery is a leading authority of 19th and 20th century American paintings. With thirty-six years experience, the gallery represents both historical and present-day museum quality artwork. Specializing in the early California Impressionists, the gallery is at your service whether you are buying, selling, or researching that special painting.

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Howard L. Rehs, Amy S. Rehs, Alyssa T. Rehs 5 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 T 212 355 5710 F 212 355 5742 E howard@rehs.com www.rehs.com

Rehs Galleries, Inc.

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

Joseph Oppenheimer, 1876-1966 Rockport, MA - Inner Harbor from Bearskin Neck Oil on canvas 28 x 36 inches

Elmer Wachtel, 1864-1929 Lake in the Sierra Mountains Oil on canvas 48 x 36 inches

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Partial list of artists: Marshennikov Nelson Shanks Fred Wessel Daniel Greene LLamedo Adrian Gottlieb M Grabelsky Steve Hanks Kate Sammons Cesar Santos

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Steve Brennen Palm Desert, CA Scottsdale, AZ Santa Fe, NM T 760 773 9554 E srbrennen.palm@verizon.net www.srbrennengalleries.com

S.R. Brennen Galleries

Representing the best in Contemporary Realism from around the world.

Exhibiting the best of Contemporary Realism

Nelson Shanks What Have We Done to Angels Oil on linen 38 x 32 inches

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120 E. 65th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 772 8627 info@schillerandbodo.com www.schillerandbodo.com

Schiller & Bodo European Paintings

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

Edouard Vuillard, 1868-1940 French Lucy Hessel in the Large Salon, Rue de Rivoli, c. 1905 Oil on cardboard 15 x 12 1/4 inches Signed lower right

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Eugène Boudin, 1824-1898 French Laveuses au bord de la Touques, c. 1885-90 Oil on panel 10 5/8 x 9 3/8 inches Signed lower left

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Shinkle Fine Art

Linda Shinkle Rodney Theodore M. Shinkle 950 E. Glengarry Circle Bloomfield Village, MI 48301 T 248 723 9791 F 248 723 9792 C 248 417 9097 E linda@shinklefineart.com www.shinklefineart.com

Representing award winning internationally recognized mother/son collaborative duo artists. Their entirely hand made body of work blends observation, surrealism and allegory through exploration and immersion of natural and historic modes by modern means.

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Eve-Marie Bilodeau 7130 St. Urbain Street, Suite 316 Montreal, QC H2S 3H5, Canada T 514 838 7299 1945 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651 T 949 376 7611 E info@simardbilodeau.com www.simardbilodeau.com

Simard Bilodeau Galerie

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

Through The Trees Triptych 42 x 120 inches: Each 42 x 40 inches Limited series # 1/13

Renzo, b. 1953 Choice of Causation, 2012 Bronze Limited Edition 45 x 53 x 36 inches

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Featured artists: Victor Arnautoff Dorr Bothwell Margaret Bruton Claude Buck Brents Carlton Ralph Chesse Francis de Erdely Helen Forbes Karoly Fulop John Emmett Gerrity Nils Gren John Langley Howard Peter Krasnow Lucien Labaudt Knud Merrild John Mottram Warren Newcombe Helen Clark Oldfield Otis Oldfield Edna Reindel Nina Saemundsson Jacques Schnier Ralph Stackpole Henry Sugimoto Lucretia Van Horn Stanton Macdonald Wright Bernard Zakheim and many others

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Spencer Jon Helfen 9200 W. Olympic Boulevard, Suite 200 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 T 310 273 8838 F 310 273 8848 E info@helfenfinearts.com www.helfenfinearts.com

spencer jon helfen Fine Arts

We are a gallery that focuses on paintings and sculpture created by artists living in California and America at large during the modern period, generally spanning from 1910 to 1950. We assist beginning to advanced collectors and institutions.

Victor Arnautoff, 1896–1979 Untitled (The Paperboy), c. 1935 Mixed media on artist’s paper 19 x 14 inches Signed V Arnautoff lower right

Henry Sugimoto, 1900-1990 A Grove, c. 1931 Oil on canvas 13 1/2 x 15 inches Signed H. Sugimoto lower right

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Edna Reindel, c. 1900–1992 End of Summer, 1945 Oil on canvas 24 x 20 inches Signed lower left and dated: Edna Reindel 1945 Exhibited: Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, 1945

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Stern Pissarro Gallery

David Stern 66 St. James’s Street London SW1A 1NE United Kingdom T +44 (0)20 7629 6662 F +44 (0)20 7409 0077 E stern@pissarro.com  www.pissarro.com

Stern Pissarro Gallery has a unique position in the art world as the only gallery to specialize in Camille Pissarro and four generations of his descendants. Besides works by the Pissarro family, we carry many 20th Century pictures including Post-Impressionist, School of Paris, East European, and Modern British.

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Clay Surovek 8 Via Parigi Palm Beach, FL 33480 T 561 655 2665 F 561 832 2256 E clay@surovekgallery.com www.surovekgallery.com

Surovek Gallery

The Surovek Gallery specializes in American paintings, drawings, watercolors, and prints of the 19th and 20th centuries, in addition to Contemporary and European Post WWII works of art.

Camille Pissarro, 1830-1903 Le Ru de Montbuisson, Louveciennes, c. 1869 Oil on canvas 18 1/8 x 21 7/8 inches Signed lower right, C. Pissarro Jamie Wyeth, b. 1946 My Seal, 2003 Oil on canvas 36 x 30 inches Signed lower right: J. Wyeth (l.l.)

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Trotter Galleries

301 Forest Avenue Terry and Paula Trotter Across from City Hall On San Carlos near 7th Pacific Grove, CA Paseo San Carlos Court T 831 649 3246 Carmel, CA T 831 625 3246 P.O. Box 3246 F 831 625 1456 Carmel, CA 93921 E trottergalleries@comcast.net www.trottergalleries.com

As one of the earliest galleries to specialize in the rediscovery of California’s artistic heritage, Trotter Galleries offers 33 years of expertise in California & American paintings (1875-1975) with an emphasis on artists of the Carmel/ Monterey area. Owner-operated, we are located in downtown Carmel as well as nearby Pacific Grove.

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

Trustwin Inc

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

Armin C. Hansen, N.A., 1886-1957 Lazy Fleet, c. 1930 Oil on canvas board 20 x 24 inches Signed lower left: Armin C. Hansen A.N.A. Also signed and titled on reverse Directly from the estate of Armin C. Hansen

Li Guanglin The Soul No. 3, 2011 Pilgrimage series Oil on canvas 200 x 150 cm

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William A. karges fine art

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

One of the preeminent dealers in California, Karges Fine Art specializes in Early California and American paintings. With galleries in both Beverly Hills and Carmel, Karges Fine Art carries one of the most historically significant inventories on the West Coast..

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Alick Forrester 40-41 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DF United Kingdom T +44 (0) 20 7968 1830 C +44 (0) 7967 028 879 E enquiries@willowgallery.com www.willowgallery.com

Willow Gallery

Since its foundation over twenty years ago, the Willow Gallery has gained a proud reputation as one of the world’s leading specialists in British and European 19th and 20th century paintings.

Edward Cucuel, 1875-1954 Summer Reflection Oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches

Caroline Callahan, 1867-1959 The Peaceful Hour Oil on canvas 50 X 34 inches

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Lin Yueqi No. 4 Xi Yuan Zhi Street Xiao Zhou Cun, Hai Zhu District Guangzhou, Guangdong, China T +86 18602043381 E 186projects@gmail.com

186 Projects

186 Projects was founded in 2010. It is a bridge for art between two cultures, the US and China. It introduces American contemporary art to China and brings Chinese contemporary art to the US through exhibitions, art fairs, and other events.

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Liang Mingming Blooming, 2008 Oil on canvas 70 x 60 cm

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allure fine art Gallery

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

Mark Rowland 450 Fremont Street, Suite 163 Las Vegas, NV 89101 T 702 466 8406 E alluregallery@yahoo.com www.allurefineart.com

Arcadia Gallery

Arcadia Gallery represents living, realist artists.

Allure Fine Art Gallery represents the contemporary works of artists: Palermo, Knigin, Griesgraber, Iglikowska, and other renowned and emerging artists. Mediums include original paintings, mixed mediums, and sculptures.

Joseph Palermo 115 St. Dream, 2010 Mixed media on canvas 30 x 40 inches

Aron Weisenfeld, b. 1972 Dropout, 2012 Oil on canvas 33 x 24 inches

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art company MISOOLSIDAE

Ryoo Myung Hee 5F Seoho Building 1-1 Insa-dong, Jongro-gu Seoul 110-290, Korea T +82 27232664/5 F +82 27233645 E akagallery@hanmail.net www.misoolsidae.co.kr

Representing: Kim Ga Beom, Myung-Hee Oh, Choi Jahyun, Sung Ju Cho, Choi Jong Kyung, Kim Min Jung, and Go Eun-Joo.

Myung-Hee Oh A Little Song of Life, 2012 Mixed media 116.5 x 91 cm

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

Artêria Gallery

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

Pierre-Luc Déziel Flowship Flips the Fool, 2012 Mixed media 36 x 24 inches

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Art link International

Howard Brassner Barbara Womelsdorf 809 Lucerne Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33460 T 561 493 1162 F 561 493 2931 E barbara@artlinkinternational.com www.artlinkinternational.com

Art Link International is a family-owned business of three generations: for 75 years we have dealt in the finest of European, American, Modern, and Pop Art.

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Jason Kirk and Mark Matkevich 2801 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90405 T 818 799 1110 E info@axiomcontemporary.com www.axiomcontemporary.com

AXIOM CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary art gallery specializing in California Pop and Abstract works of all mediums.

Jay Kelly Eye On The Sky Collage and resin on panel 48 x 72 inches

Carlos Merida, 1891-1984 Dos Personajes, 1958 Acrylic on handmade paper 23 1/4 x 20 inches Certificate of Authenticity from Alma Merida (his daughter) dated October 31, 1984

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STAFF Brett W. Sperry, Owner Victoria Hart, Director

Giovanni Morales Revenge of the Creatures Mixed media on panel 48 x 60 inches

Jana Cruder Tea for Two Metallic chromogenic archival print 30 x 40 inches Edition of 8

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ARTISTS Andrew Myers Brent Sommerhauser Chris Bauder Danny Roberts Dennis Oppenheim Derek Sola Gerard Basil Stripling Giovanni Morales Jana Cruder John Bell John Musgrove Jonny Detiger Kevin Chupik Kristine McCallister Lawrence Schiller Luis Varela-Rico Luke Chueh Marcos Rivera Nathan James Sri Whipple Trent Call Thomas Brummett Troy Pillow Yasuko

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Brett W. Sperry 1112 S. Casino Center Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89104 T 702 433 4433 E victoria@brettwesley.com www.brettwesleygallery.com

Brett Wesley Gallery

Brett Wesley Gallery is dedicated to presenting fresh and relevant contemporary paintings, photography, and sculpture by emerging and established artists from around the world. We also assist new and established collectors to broaden, refine, and build their collections with important new works.

Chris Bauder Study of Navels Latex paint, foam, wood 53 x 35 x 6 inches

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bruce lurie gallery

Bruce Lurie 2736 S. La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90034 T 818 919 6974 E mr_lurie@hotmail.com www.luriegallery.com

Exhibiting contemporary abstract and figurative work, Pop art, photography, and sculpture.

Kyle William Harper It’s No Measure, 2012 Mixed medium 48 x 60 inches

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

cM2 space

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

Li Shigong Banana, 2012 Acrylic 35 2/5 x 44 inches

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Caldwell Snyder Gallery

Susan Snyder, Oliver Caldwell Christina Maybaum 341 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94108 1328 Main Street St. Helena, CA 94574 T 415 392 3399 E susan@caldwellsnyder.com www.caldwellsnyder.com

Established in 1983, Caldwell Snyder Gallery exhibits 21st-century American, European, and Latin American paintings and sculpture, including major American post-war and emerging contemporary artists. The gallery has developed a particular niche in introducing new collectors to European and Latin American artists who have earned a following in their home countries but are rarely shown in the United States.

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Ram贸n Cernuda 3155 Ponce de Le贸n Boulevard Coral Gables, FL 33134 T 305 461 1050 F 305 461 1063 E cernudaarte@msn.com www.cernudaarte.com

Cernuda Arte

Cernuda Arte was founded in the year 2000, and is located in Coral Gables, Florida. The gallery specializes in Cuban Art, and works by Latin American Masters.

Marta Penter, b. 1957 Girls in the Car, 2012 Oil on canvas 43 x 71 inches

Wifredo Lam, 1902-1982 Composici贸n, 1973 Oil on canvas 21 5/8 x 18 1/8 inches

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CUMBERLAND GALLERY

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

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

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Diana Stelin 167 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 T 617 424 9700 F 617 424 7001 E dstelin@dtrmodern.com www.dtrmodern.com

DTR Modern Galleries

DTR Modern Galleries focuses on placing modern and contemporary masters with private and corporate collectors around the world. We specialize in uniques and graphics by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hirst, and Andy Warhol, among others. Representing: Robert Mars, Rainer Lagemann, Hunt Slonem, and James Verbicky.

David Kroll, b. 1956 Koi and Blue and White Vase, 2012 Oil on linen 38 x 50 inches

Robert Mars, b. 1969 Fashion Play, 2012 Mixed media 48 x 48 inches

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DADO ART GALLERY

Sung Moo Hong 567-36 Sinsa-dong, Kangnam-gu Seoul 135-891, Korea T +82 25420755 F +82 25154824 E dado@dadoart.com www.dadoart.com

Dado Art Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery located in Seoul. It was established in 1992. Representing: Kusama Yayoi, Lee U Fan, Jeong Hynsook, Eva Armisen, Rei Sato, Nara Yoshitomo, Kim Kang Young, and Shin Youngsung.

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Stuart & Beverly Denenberg 417 N. San Vicente Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90048 T 310 360 9360 F 310 499 5244 E gallery@denenbergfinearts.com www.denenbergfinearts.com

Denenberg Fine Arts

Denenberg Fine Arts deals, by appointment, in museum-quality paintings, drawings, graphics & sculpture, 16th to 21st century, focused on American and European modernism. We are currently exhibiting the important British modernist, William Scott, in conjunction with his centennial celebrations at the Tate, St. Ives; The Hepworth Museum, Wakefield; and The Ulster Museum, Belfast.

William Scott, 1913-1989 British Green, Black & White, 1953 Oil on board 10 1/4 x 14 inches

Yayoi Kusama, b. 1929 Dots Obssesion, 2003 Mixed media 44 x 38 x 38 cm

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Denis Bloch Fine Art

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

Artist: Bacon, Bochner, Braque, Mr. Brainwash, Calder, Chagall, Cocteau, Dine, Dubuffet, Francis, Haring, Hirst, Hockney, Indiana, Johns, Kelly, Koons, Lachapelle, Lam, Le Corbusier, Leger, Lichtenstein, Magritte, Man Ray, Matisse, Matta, Miro, Muniz, Newman, Picasso, Rauschenberg, Renoir, Rouault, Speedy Graphito, Stella, Tamayo, Thiebaud, Toledo, Warhol, Wesselmann.

David Hockney, b. 1937 Paper Pool, 1980 Lithograph 10 1/2 x 9 inches Edition of 1000

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Erik Thomsen 23 East 67th Street New York, NY 10065 T 212 288 2588 F 212 535 6787 E info@erikthomsen.com www.erikthomsen.com

Erik Thomsen Gallery

Erik Thomsen specializes in Japanese modern art and contemporary art: folding screens and paintings from the Taisho and early Showa periods (1900-1950); contemporary ceramics by Sueharu Fukami; oil paintings by Cornelia Thomsen; and active images by Henning Lohner.

Cornelia Thomsen, b. 1970 Stripes Nr. 40, 2012 Oil on canvas 72 x 48 inches

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Fabien Castanier Gallery

Fabien Castanier 12196 Ventura Boulevard Studio City, CA 91604 T 818 748 6014 E contact@castaniergallery.com www.castaniergallery.com

Fabien Castanier Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with a focus on contemporary urban art, photography, and fine art editions. The gallery represents both established and emerging artists from all around the world.

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

The G2 Gallery

Since March 2008, G2 Gallery has been committed to promoting the appreciation and conservation of our natural environment through photography. Exhibits are organized around environmental themes, and all proceeds from art sales are donated to leading non-profit organizations with corresponding environmental initiatives. Towards the close of 2009, G2 Gallery began its ongoing Nature LA exhibition series to highlight fine art photographers living in Los Angeles with personal projects dealing with themes in nature.

Jennifer MaHarry Pensive, 2009 Photograph

JonOne, b. 1963 Into the Black, 2012 Ink and acrylic on canvas 56 3/4 x 48 inches

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galeria moro

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

Galeria Moro opened its doors in 1994 to offer art lovers and collectors of contemporary art a more innovative and updated view of the artistic events in Venezuela and Latin America. From its early beginnings, Galeria Moro has contributed to creating awareness and promoting art through different shops and talks. Moreover, it has participated as curator in several exhibitions.

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Carole Smith T 718 717 8226 E info@galerieluco.com www.galerieluco.com

galerie luco

We are proud to present our latest discoveries... The works from these artists are bold, fresh and simple, and they talk to us with a unique balance of sophisticated strength and harmony. We expect the dialogue between them to elicit spirited conversation. And we hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

Francisco Bugallo El Triunfo de Baco Segun Velazquez (Interpretacion), 2012 Oil on canvas 140 x 210 cm

Marlene Rose Buddha Wall 54 x 38 x 9 inches

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Gallery G-77

Andrei Mikhailov Nishi-ku, Mitaki Honmachi 2-16-20-2 Hiroshima 733 0802, Japan T +81 822376709 F +81 822376709 E g77gallery@gmail.com www.gallery-g77.com

Gallery G-77 was first organized in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 2003 as an “International Art Space” and moved to Hiroshima, Japan, in 2011. Gallery G-77 specializes in exhibiting contemporary Japanese and Russian artists in a wide variety of media. Participating artists: Inga Krymskaya, Izuru Mizutani, Tsuchida Hiroko, Suzuki Miyako, Kato Daihaku.

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Shane O’Brien 1725 W. 3rd Avenue Vancouver, BC V6J 1K7, Canada T 604 714 2216 E shane@galleryjones.com www.galleryjones.com

Gallery Jones Fine Arts Ltd

Gallery Jones represents artists who are making work relevant to contemporary visual art in the mediums of painting, photography, and sculpture.

Galina Bleikh & Elena Serebryakova Pop Leaders, 2012 C-print on aluminum 99 x 150 cm

Chris Woods, b. 1970 Hour Glass, 2012 Oil on canvas 48 x 36 inches

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Guy Hepner

Guy Hepner 300 N. Robertson Boulevard West Hollywood, Ca 90048 9700 Collins Avenue Bal Harbour, FL 33154 T 310 979 0011 F 310 979 0033 E info@guyhepner.com www.guyhepner.com

Guy Hepner specializes in pop art, neo pop art and high fashion photography. Galleries are located in West Hollywood and Bal Harbour, Florida.

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Hao Li 2nd Street, 798 Art District Jiuxian Bridge Road, Chaoyang Beijing, China T +86 1059789384 E haoli759090@163.com

hao li art center

Founded in 2009, Hao Li Art Center is owned and operated by Beijing Hao Li International Culture Co. Ltd. Hao Li’s oil paintings, printmaking, and sculptures are on long-term display in the main exhibition space of the art center. They have become a platform for collectors and art institutions to understand Hao’s works.

Hao Li The Peace of Pregnancy: The Metamorphosis of a Woman, 2012 Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm Lereve MarieTherese vs. Picasso, 2011 108 x 72 inches

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Hao Space

Man Wei No. 21, Huiyuan Street, Huijing Road Guangzhou, China T +86 2022131500 F +86 2022131501 E liqb2008@126.com www.53-haospace.com

Hao Space is based in Guangzhou, China. We have been committed to presenting the works of emerging and established artists through museum quality exhibitions. One of our focuses is to show innovative approaches that explore contemporary issues in China. We also incorporate and curate exhibitions with different museums.

Xie Lisi The Trouble with Dialogue, 2011 Oil and acrylic lOO x lOO cm

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Joey Richards 1645 Abbot Kinney Boulevard Suite 210 Los Angeles, CA 90291 T 310 795 6812 E joey@joeyrichards.com www.joeyrichards.com

J. r. richards Gallery

Dealer of contemporary Chinese Art, and Japanese Contemporary ceramics.

Chen Ke, b. 1978 Chinese Family of Dolls Fiberglass and wood 10 inches Edition 4/8

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List of Artists Jordi Alcaraz Hans Burkhardt George Condo Claire Falkenstein Sam Francis Gunther Gerzso Patrick Graham Mark Greenfield George Herms Henri Matisse

Joan Mir贸 Henry Moore Reuben Nakian Pablo Picasso Robert Rauschenberg Bruce Richards Edward Ruscha Jerome Witkin Ruth Weisberg Francisco Zuniga

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

Jack Rutberg Fine Arts

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

Patrick Graham, b. 1943 Ruah/Mayo, 1999 Oil on canvas diptych 72 x 132 inches Signed and Dated Jerome Witkin, b. 1939 A Boy And His Mother, The First Chair, 1999 Oil on canvas 63 x 84 inches Signed and Dated on Verso

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Artists John Ross Palmer Nubia Gala-Seibert Edgar Medina Tra` Slaughter

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Ryan Lindsay 1218 Heights Boulevard Houston, TX 77008 T 713 861 6726 F 713 802 0711 E john@johnpalmerart.com www.johnpalmerart.com www.escapistprogram.com

John Palmer Fine Art

John Palmer Fine Art of Houston, Texas features the artwork of Escapism Founder John Ross Palmer and the talented artists that have graduated from his year-long Escapist Mentorship Program. Palmer doesn’t focus on the competition but rather elevates all artists to add power to the profession.

John Ross Palmer, b. 1974 Balcony Series No. 2 Acrylic on canvas 40 x 70 inches

Tra` Slaughter, b. 1975 The Luxury of Freedom, by Galinksy Acrylic and conte crayon on canvas 24 x 24 inches

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Edgar Medina, b. 1981 Delightful Moments Acrylic on panel 48 x 60 inches

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Jonathan novak Contemporary art

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

Since 1978, Jonathan Novak has been an important source for contemporary American and European art. With a wide-ranging inventory consisting of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and graphics, one may find significant examples by internationally recognized artists, including Sam Francis, Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, and Wayne Thiebaud.

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Chris Lu Room 1104, No. 1222, Pingxingguan Road Zhabei District, Shanghai, China T +86 15800395430 E chris.kingspace@gmail.com

KING Space Gallery

King Space Gallery’s target market has always been the international art collector, even when it first opened in Zhubei City, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. Keeping this broader vision as their goal and wanting to be more visible in the international art circle, they recently opened a gallery space in Shanghai, China.

Howard Hodgkin When Only The Best Will Do, 2012 Hand-painted sugar lift aquatint from 12 copper plates 61 x 58 1/2 inches Edition of 12 Wang Chung-Yuan Flower, 2012 Charcoal and acrylic on fabric 115 x 95 cm

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William Sheehy 2525 Michigan Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90404 T 310 829 4455 F 310 829 5588 E info@latinamericanmasters.com www.latinamericanmasters.com

latin american masters

Established in 1987, Latin American Masters gallery is recognized as a leader in the field. The gallery has organized solo exhibitions of many of Latin America’s most important artists, including: Roberto Matta, Rufino Tamayo, Fernando de Szyszlo, Olga de Amaral, Wifredo Lam, Gunther Gerzso, Francisco Toledo, and Carlos Merida.

JosĂŠ Alberto Marchi Los Trabajadores quemando Obras, 2012 Oil on canvas 10 x 18 inches

Francisco Toledo Fish with Swimmer, 2012 Hand-etched mica collage and ink on paper 31 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches

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Olga de Amaral Umbra, 46, 2005 Fiber, acrylic, and gold-leaf 82 x 39 inches

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“My gallery consists of contemporary fine art underwater photography. All of which are a part of a limited edition of either 5, 12 or 21. I travel the world and share what i see... Both above and below the surface of the ocean.� - Christopher Leidy

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Christopher Leidy 219 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 T 561 713 4711 E chris@leidyimages.com www.leidyimages.com

LEIDY IMAGES

Small piece of paradise located in Palm Beach. I showcase my underwater fine art photography from around the globe. I capture and share still frames in a fast dangerous underwater world.

Christopher Leidy, b. 1981 Big Red

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Christopher Leidy, b. 1981 Calm Seas Digital c-print mounted with museum plexi glass and aluminum 30 X 45, 40 x 60, 48 x 72 inches Edition of 21

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The McLoughlin Gallery

49 Geary Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94108 T 415 986 4799 E info@mgart.com www.mgart.com

The McLoughlin Gallery is an approachable, inviting gallery with a social conscience. The main focus of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing established European contemporary artists and local emerging artists while giving back to the community.

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Michael Goedhuis 61 Cadogan Square London, SW1X 0HZ United Kingdom T +44 20 7823 1395 C +44 7760 625 375 +1 917 455 1035 E london@michaelgoedhuis.com www.michaelgoedhuis.com

michael goedhuis

Michael Goedhuis’ principal activities today are the promotion of the best Chinese contemporary art, concentrating on the most accomplished and exciting Chinese ink painters working throughout the world.

Desire Obtain Cherish (DOC) Pink Champage Meltdown (and various colors), 2012 UV cast resin 4 x 16 inches Series of 10 each color

Qiu Jie The Perfume of Lotus Pond, 2010 Pencil on paper 130 x 70 cm

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Nancy Lee Room 100 & 112, Bld. No. 5 Lane 210 Taikang Road, Tianzifang Shanghai 200025, China T +86 2164668146 F +86 2164668146 E nancyartspace@gmail.com www.nancyartspace.com

Zhang Hua Flute Music from the Moon River, 2010 Bronze sculpture 82 x 57 x 14 cm

Nancy’s Gallery

The most fashionable gallery in Shanghai Longtang, Nancy’s Gallery is located in Tianzifang, Shanghai. Nancy’s Gallery presents the contemporary artworks of nearly one hundred outstanding and promising artists, especially artworks of Yu Nancheng (Mr.Fish) and Li Yueling which are globally collected by many art connoisseurs.

Yu Nancheng (Mr.Fish) Tai Chi, 2012 Oil on canvas 110 x 220 cm

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Li Yueling The Future Ahead of Me, 2011 Oil on canvas 120 x 150 cm

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Yu Nancheng (Mr. Fish) Li Yueling Zhang Hua Xiao Dayong Liu Ting Ding Wen Li Baohua

Xu Maoping Zhu Zhechi Wei Yi Wendell Klaus Scheckenbach Franz Burkhardt Anna Wojciechowska-Paprocka

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nine gallery

Seung-Chan Yang 71-1 Jangdong Dong-gu Gwangju 501-060, Korea T +82 622322328 F +82 624304328 E inine9000@hanmail.net www.ninegallery.co.kr

Nine Gallery has been located at Art Street in Gwangju, Korea since 1994. It is managed by Director Yang Seung Chan, and has one exhibition chief and one curator. They planned the first exhibition, ‘16 Artists: Exhibition with Nude’ in 1996, and have held special exhibitions over 15 times, including 12 invited exhibitions with elite artists of this region between their thirties and fifties. Nine Gallery, having been recognized as the typical gallery of Gwangju from central art circle in Korea, has shown successful exhibitions, and led public relation events of hidden promising artists to exhibit their works. Recently, it took part in the International Art Fair, and achieved good results receiving internationally high evaluations.

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

Paul Stolper Gallery

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

Nina Jun Alluring, 2012 Glazed ceramic 38 x 36 x 18 cm Damien Hirst  Coral Red Silver Gloss True Blue Skull, 2012 Silkscreen, glaze and foilblock on 410gsm Somerset satin 50.2 x 35 cm Sheet size: 52.2 x 37 cm Signed and numbered

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phoenix art palace

Yong Yang No. 333 Wudu Road, Binhu District Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China T +86 051085600607 F +86 051081830186 E tongwalton@yahoo.com th_kay88@126.com www.pap-art.cn

Phoenix Art Palace, established in 2008, now has their own museum in Wuxi and a gallery in Beijing. Their focus is the promotion of oil paintings, and they are dedicated to sponsoring exhibitions for young artists. Their focus is also the development of national and international cultural art history, which has already become popular at home and abroad.

Zhengyuan LU, b. 1982 Stone Oil on canvas 30 x 40 cm

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

praxis international Art

Praxis International Art was founded in Buenos Aires in 1977. With the broad spectrum of its program, Praxis plays a vital role as a nexus between artists, collectors, curators, and art critics throughout the world, and as an important reference point within the Latin American cultural sphere.

Maria Berrio, b. 1982 No One Can Hear You, Only the Wind, 2012 Mixed media on canvas 60 x 72 inches

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PYO Gallery

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

For 30 years, PYO GALLERY has earned a reputation as a pioneer in contemporary forms of art. The gallery has tirelessly worked to promote Asian and notable artists in the Korean and international fine art markets. Through such efforts, the gallery has gained recognition and built a loyal collector base for its roster of artists. In addition to producing monthly exhibitions, there are over 2000 works of inventory that are exported to major museums and galleries worldwide. Since 1981, when the first space opened in Seoul, the gallery has expanded to include new spaces in Chungdam (Seoul), Beijing, and the 798 Arts District in China. In 2008, PYO GALLERY LA was established in Downtown Los Angeles as a cultural corridor between Asia and the United States. Pyo Gallery LA exhibits the work of local and international contemporary artists.

Park Seung Hoon Textus 075-1, 2011 Digital C print 31 1/4 x 39 1/4 inches Edition 2/5

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Howard Rosenbaum 150 Yamato Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 T 561 994 9180 F 561 988 1884 St. Regis Bal Harbour 9703 Collins Avenue Bal Harbour, FL 33154 T 305 864 4968 E info@rosenbaumcontemporary.com www.rosenbaumcontemporary.com

Rosenbaum Contemporary

Rosenbaum Contemporary is a premiere fine art gallery in South Florida featuring Postwar, Modern, and Contemporary masters presented through a nationally recognized museum-level exhibition program.

Jean Dubuffet Site avec 5 personnages, 1981 Acrylic on canvas-backed paper 19 3/4 x 26 1/2 inches

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

Red Truck Gallery

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

Jason D’Aquino Nikon, 2012 Graphite on vintage matchbook

Chris Roberts-Antieau Monkey Pioneers from Outer Space, 2012 Fiber applique

Bryan Cunningham Santa Muerte Acrylic on suspended canvas, hand-carved frame

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Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance (SCaa) / l street fine art

Thomas J. Sergott P.O. Box 239 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 T 858 756 2377 F 858 756 4119 E tom@sergottart.com www.sergottart.com

SCAA is founded on the enthusiasm shown by the principal, Thomas Sergott, who actively searches for talent. He is guided by his connection to the creative energy and finesse of the artists he represents, artists with an intimate awareness of the pulse of life’s force especially in the painted image.

Gail Chase-Bien, b. 1948 Cochin Moon, 2010 Pastel/gouache on watercolor paper mounted on board 31 1/2 x 29 1/2 inches

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Simon Kwon 54 Bamboo Irvine, CA 92620 T 949 812 8899 F 949 262 9414 E smfineartgallery@gmail.com www.smfineartgallery.com

sm fine art gallery

SM Fine Art Gallery is a high-quality fine and contemporary art gallery in the US and South Korea. Our track record for consistency, timely service, and subject matter expertise makes insurmountable tasks possible to overcome. SM Fine Art Gallery is here to assist by providing a wide range of services of artworks in America, South Korea, and China.

Woon Sung Han Arch of Triumph, 2012 Oil on canvas 26 x 21 inches

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studio 26 gallery

Marina Reiter Matthews 49 Bogart Street, #26 New York, NY 11206 T 646 403 0257 E info@studio26nyc.org www.studio26nyc.org

Studio 26 is an international gallery based out of New York City with offices in NYC and Moscow, Russia. Founded in 2012 by Marina Reiter and James C. Matthews Jr. Exhibiting emerging, mid-career, and established artists at world-class venues.

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

susan teller Gallery

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

Marina Reiter Inspiration (detail) Oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches

William Baziotes Figures with Arrows, 1936-39 14 x 10 inches

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ten472 contemporary art

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

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

Slaughter/Gudmann Intersection (detail), 2012 Unique bronze with patina 56 x 32 x 28 inches

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Tim Yarger 354 N. Bedford Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 T 310 278 4400 info@yargerfineart.com www.yargerfineart.com Member FADA Fine Art Dealers Association

Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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

Linda Touby The Pigeons 26, 2010 Oil and wax on linen 70 x 64 inches

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The Valentine Ryabov Gallery

Valentine Ryabov Minskaya Street 1 “G”, Bld. 1 Moscow 119590, Russia T +7 916 744 06 03 F +7 495 780 89 18 E ryabov@ryabovexpo.ru www.ryabovexpo.com

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

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

Villa del Arte Galleries

Villa del Arte was founded in Barcelona in 1996. Over the years the gallery has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries and has opened a new space in Amsterdam, representing over 30 national and international, established, and emerging painters, photographers, and sculptors.

Sergey Fedotov, b. 1968 Cancan (diptich), 2005 Oil on canvas 47 1/5 x 78 7/10 inches

Montse Valdés, b. 1959 Spain 27-3-12D, 2012 Oil on canvas 77 x 76 1/2 inches

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Watanabe Fine art

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

We have been regurlaly holding high quality exhibitiions of artists, both in Japan and overseas.

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Waterhouse & dodd

Ray Waterhouse and Jonathan Dodd 958 Madison Avenue, 3F 50 East 72nd Street New York, NY 10021 New York, NY 10021 T 212 510 7656 T 212 717 9100 E newyork@waterhousedodd.com (By appointment only) 16 Savile Row, 2nd Floor 26 Cork Street London W1S 3PL London W1S 3ND United Kingdom United Kingdom T +44 20 7734 7800 T +44 20 7734 7800 E info@waterhousedodd.com www.waterhousedodd.com

Founded in 1987, Waterhouse & Dodd is a leading international art dealership with four galleries between New York and London. At 958 Madison Avenue, New York, we show both primary and secondary market Contemporary art while on Savile Row, London, and at 50 East 72nd Street, New York, we exhibit and broker Impressionist and Modern Art. Our 26 Cork Street gallery in London has a program of Contemporary art as well as Modern British work.

Mambo, b. 1969 Credit or Debit, 2012 French contemporary, born in Chile Acrylic on canvas 63 x 43 inches

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Tom Wesselmann Nude Painting Print, 1980 Oil on canvas 24 1/4 x 26 inches

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

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Since its founding in 2004, Winterowd Fine Art of Santa Fe has specialized in mid-career and emerging American artists. With a contemporary focus we are not afraid of beauty. Our primary interest is the dazzling, evocative natural world. Artists include Alex Bernstein, Tom Kirby, Charlie Burk, Emilio Lobato, Arturo Mallmann, and Sarah Bienvenu.

Charlie Burk Sundance Oil on canvas 72 x 96 inches

Tom Kirby Apotheosis #10 Oil and manganese on linen 66 x 88 inches

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Young Art Gallery

Kim Hwa Young 105 GwanHun-dong, JongNo-gu Seoul 100-300, Korea T +82 162453410 F +82 27333410 E hykim3410@hotmail.com www.youngartgallery.co.kr

Young Art Gallery opened under the name Young Gallery in Daejeon in 2006, and then it expanded and moved to Insa-dong, Seoul in 2007 with its current name. Young Art Gallery aims to contribute to the advancement of Korean contemporary art by discovering local artists and hosting exhibitions of creative and promising new talent, focusing on the prospect of a new art era. Through exhibitions with Young Art Gallery, the artists have moved into the mainstream art world with vigorous activities.

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Woo Byung-Chul Seeing, 2012 Oil on canvas 53 x 30 cm

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BG GALLERY (BLEICHER GOLIGHTLY/GORMAN)

Om Navon Bleicher 1431 Ocean Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90401 T 310 878 2784 E om@bgshowroom.com www.bgartgalleries.com

Bleicher/Golightly specializes in works by accomplished artists that have crossed traditionally contentious art ideologies. The gallery has a particular focus on expressive-conceptual, insider-outsider, and high brow-low brow, melting points and collaborations.

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Kiet Mai 990 N. Hill Street, Suite 205 Los Angeles, CA 90012 T 626 319 3661 E l2kontemporary5404@gmail.com www.l2kontemporary.com

L2Kontemporary Gallery

Focusing on presenting a wide range of international and local contemporary artists working in a wide variety of mediums, L2kontemporary exhibits established, mid-career, and emerging artists whose works convey our approach to visual content. L2kontemporary presents work with an overall focus on the personal content behind the artists’ aesthetics.

Allois Silent Auction # 1, 2012 Oil on cardboard 41 x 55 inches

Edward Lightner, b. 1960 Zyklon B & Me, 2010 Found object collage 24 x 14 x 9 inches

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Schuebbe Projects

Christa Schuebbe Neubrückstraße 6 Düsseldorf D-40213, Germany T +49 211 328985 F +49 210 451580 E space@schuebbeprojects.com www.schuebbeprojects.com

Schuebbe Projects, founded in 1975 as Galerie Christa Schuebbe, has specialized in the discovery of emerging talents from around the globe. Through exhibitions, projects, and art fairs in Europe, US, and Asia, the gallery fosters cross-cultural dialogue originating in Düsseldorf.

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Ho Jin Jung 1094 Jukjang Seonsan Gumi, GB 730-806, Korea T +82 07078477550 Via Pietro Custodi 8 Milan, MI 20136, Italy T +39 0258112996  E info@studioakka.com www.studioakka.com

Studio akka

Contemporary art gallery that creates a bridge between East and West, particularly between Italy and Korea. Promotes emerging artists in visual arts between the two countries through exhibitions, workshops, and residency programs.

HyunIk Cho Ophelia, 2011 Mixed media on iron plate 244 x 366 cm

Per Adolfsen, b. 1964 Angel, 2012 Oil on canvas 70 x 60 cm

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SYSTEMA GALLERY

Katsuyuki Ishida 1-2-10 Nunoichi-Cho, Higashi-Osaka Osaka 579 8015, Japan T +81 729871390 F +81 729822527 E systema@live.jp www.systemagallery.com

Estabished in 1977, Systema Gallery is located in Osaka, Japan and Kathmandu, Nepal. It deals mainly in NEO-JAPO paintings (contemporary Japanese) and Asian paintings.

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Dear Art Lovers, On behalf of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, I am proud to welcome you to the LA Art Show 2013 and the 28th Annual IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair. We invite collectors to enjoy the concentrated focus presented by our members in the Print Fair in addition to the IFPDA dealers who will showcase prints alongside works in other media in the Show’s larger exhibition area. As one of the oldest IFPDA sponsored Print Fairs, the IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair adds immeasurably to the LA Art Show’s extensive depth, offering collectors and art enthusiasts access to works of the highest quality and provenance. Exhibitors in the 2013 edition of the Print Fair offer engravings, etchings, woodcuts, and lithographs made by prominent artists over a broad historical spectrum, with prices ranging from under $500 to five-figures and above.

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The opportunity to see and acquire works of art dating from 16th century, created by the medium’s earliest European masters can be very exciting. R. E. Lewis & Daughter and Joel R. Bergquist Fine Prints are among the Print Fair’s dealers who specialize in identifying and sourcing rare material from the 16th to 19th centuries for museums and private collectors. Conrad Graeber Fine Art also presents fine examples of 19th and 20th century European works as well as American prints from the early 20th century through the 1950s. Prints made by artists associated with the WPA and in particular, color woodcuts by California artists influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, are plentiful at The Annex Galleries and Roger Genser. Tobey C. Moss Gallery provides a special concentration in Los Angeles modernists from the 1930s to 2007. Susan Teller Gallery, exhibiting outside the Print Fair, features American paintings, prints, and unique works on paper, of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including the WPA era, Urban and Industrial Realism, and modernism. For those fascinated by Japan’s centuries-long engagement with printmaking, Egenolf Gallery presents artists from 17th century Ukiyo-e to 20th century Shin Hanga, with a special focus on preparatory ink drawings by 19th century artists such as Kuniyoshi. Dealer Allison Tolman/The Tolman Collection features the work of contemporary Japanese printmakers, including Toko Shinoda, whose work merges traditional calligraphy with modern abstract expression. The Verne Collection also concentrates on contemporary prints, emphasizing artists currently living and working in Japan who reinterpret traditional Japanese themes and printmaking techniques. The rich history of printmaking is complemented by IFPDA dealers, both within and outside the Print Fair, offering works by contemporary artists. Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art, with a large booth outside the Print Fair, heads this list with a blue-chip presentation of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and prints by modern and contemporary masters such as Sam Francis, Jim Dine, Richard Diebenkorn and many more. Stoney Road Press, a Dublin-based publisher new to the Fair, presents works by Ireland’s leading contemporary artists. London’s Paul Stolper arrives with new editions by Damien Hirst, Don Brown, and Peter Blake. Kleinprint presents Central and Eastern European printmakers, many of whom are new to American collectors. Whether you are new to prints or a seasoned collector, the Print Fair and LA Art Show offer the ideal environment in which to collect works of impeccable quality and learn more about the medium from knowledgeable dealers. Our sincere thanks go to the LA Art Show’s organizers and the Palm Beach Show Group for their commitment to producing this extraordinary opportunity. Enjoy the show! Cordially,

Michele T. Senecal Executive Director 250 West 26th Street, Suite 405, New York, NY 10001-6737 ƒ Tel 212.674.6095 ƒ www.ifpda.org ƒ info@ifpda.org

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INTERNATIONAL FINE PRINT DEALERS ASSOCIATION

250 West 26th Street Suite 405 New York, NY 10001 T 212 674 6095 F 212 674 6783 E info@ifpda.org www.ifpda.org

Since the 16th century, artists have turned to printmaking to express unique ideas. Many of today’s leading artists still use the time-honored techniques of engraving, etching, woodcut, and lithography, in addition to more modern processes such as screenprinting, to create small editions and works of art distinct from those they create in other media. The International Fine Print Dealers Association was formed to recognize art dealers, galleries, and publishers with outstanding expertise and to foster a greater public appreciation and understanding of prints from old master to contemporary. Since its founding in 1987, the Association has grown to over 160 elected members from thirteen countries and includes publishers of new editions by renowned contemporary and emerging artists. In addition to educational lectures and programs, the IFPDA sponsors the IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair which has a longstanding reputation as an ideal environment in which to learn about and collect prints from all periods. Its dealers are seasoned professionals with a commitment to education and to offering affordable works of the highest quality. The Association’s website at www.ifpda.org contains information about the IFPDA, its membership standards and application process, and a searchable database of artists who have made prints and the member dealers where their works can be found. The website also features a Glossary of Printmaking Terms, links to the IFPDA member websites, as well as links to museums and educational organizations that exhibit or offer programs about fine prints. For regular news and announcements about prints, please visit the IFPDA on Facebook and follow us on Twitter at IFPDAdotOrg.

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ifpda exhibitors Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art P.O. Box 264 Riderwood, MD 21139-0264 T 410 377 6713 F 410 377 6714 E cgraeber@conradgraeber.com www.conradgraeber.com Joel R. Bergquist Fine Arts P.O. Box 20546 Stanford, CA 94309-0546 T 650 325 5305 F 650 473 9346 E jbfa20546@yahoo.com R. E. Lewis & Daughter P.O. Box 6126 San Rafael, CA 94903-0126 T 415 472 7021 F 415 472 7043 E jrs@relewis.com www.relewis.com

Stoney Road Press ireland Stoney Road Dublin 3, Ireland T +35 31 887 8544 E mail@stoneyroadpress.com www.stoneyroadpress.com

The Tolman Collection 77 W. 55th Street New York, NY 10019-4910 T 212 489 7696 E allisontolman@verizon.net www.tolmantokyo.com

Gustave Baumann Redwood, 1934 Woodcut Courtesy Roger Genser: The Prints and the Pauper

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Donald Teskey Ss. Giovani e Paolo Carborundum and intaglio 59 x 79 cm Edition of 40. Courtesy Stoney Road Press

Verne Collection 2207 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106-2696 T 216 231 8866 F 216 231 8877 E vernegallery@att.net www.vernegallery.com

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

Kleinprint 7455 Vista del Monte Avenue Van Nuys, CA 91405-1950 T 818 786 4350 E info@kleinprint.net www.kleinprint.net

Roger Genser - The Prints And The Pauper P.O. Box 5133 Santa Monica, CA 90409-5133 T 310 392 5582 F 310 392 5582 E genserprints@verizon.net

The Annex Galleries 604 College Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95404-4174 T 707 546 7352 F 707 546 7924 E artannex@aol.com www.annexgalleries.com

Tobey C. Moss Gallery 7321 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036-2534 T 323 933 5523 F 323 933 7618 E tobeymoss@earthlink.net www.tobeycmossgallery.com

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Henry Klein 7455 Vista del Monte Avenue Van Nuys, CA 91405 T 818 786 4350 E info@kleinprint.net

Print dealer specializing in contemporary masterworks on paper from Central and Eastern Europe and Belgium. Featured Artists: Jirí Anderle, Enk de Kramer, Jan Krejcí, Oldrich Kulhánek, Ingrid Ledent, and Katarína Vavrová.

Katarína Vavrová, b. 1964 Slovak The World is Full of Heroes, 1998-99 Etching with extensive completely unique hand coloring 35 1/4 x 46 5/8 inches Edition 9/60

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

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

Patrick Scott Meditation Intaglio, carborundum, palladium silver and 23.5 carat gold leaf 73 x 71 cm Edition of 50

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Tobey C. Moss Gallery

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

Opened in 1978 with 15th-20th century prints and drawings, Tobey C. Moss Gallery now includes works in all media - paintings, sculpture, collage, and assemblage. American artists, especially Californian 1920-1980s, California modernist abstraction, FAP, Social criticism, Kineticism, Women, African-American, and Latin artists. Always at same Beverly Boulevard location!

Stanton Macdonald-Wright, 1890-1973 After Shiki: Cruel Heat, My Mind in a Whirl, I Listen to the Thunder Rumble, c. 1966-67 Color woodcut on rice paper 15 7/8 x 19 3/4 inches From Haiga Portfolio Edition of 50

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

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

Daniel Kelly, b. 1947 Cats and Dogs Woodblock print on handmade paper from Nepal 36 x 24 inches Edition of 86

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January 2013 Dear Friends and Art Lovers, On behalf of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society, I am proud to welcome you to the 2013 LA Art Show and the L.A. Fine Print Fair presented by the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA). We are delighted and honored to participate in the show and look forward to greeting you at our booth. The Los Angeles Printmaking Society (LAPS) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the encouragement of printmaking as an art form and the support of artists who make prints and student printmakers in schools. Our exhibitions, print exchanges and events create a forum for artists and the public to engage and learn more about printmaking. We encourage the inclusion of a wide range of printmaking, encompassing both traditional and experimental techniques. LAPS makes resources available to artists, art collectors and the general public through our website and quarterly journal, the Interleaf. We organize regular membership exhibitions, including national and international exchange shows. We are proud to introduce The LA Print Space, our new exhibition venue at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, where you can see our print exhibitions locally and participate in many of our events. Since 1973, LAPS has organized the notable National Print Exhibition. The LAPS National is unique in presenting recent work from many of the celebrated presses of Los Angeles alongside works from individual artists selected from across the United States and Canada. This approach creates an invigorating dialogue on the state of the art of printmaking. Our Nationals are also unique in providing catalogs documenting each of the 20 exhibitions to date. The LAPS National is one of the largest, longest running print biennials in the nation. The 21st LAPS National will be held at California State University Northridge (CSUN), from October 26 to December 14, 2013 and juried this year by Jack Rutberg of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, a well known and well regarded dealer, curator, collector and consultant for more than 30 years in Los Angeles. We look forward to greeting you at our booth located n the LA Fine Print Fair. LAPS will have a selection of prints from the Los Angeles membership available for purchase to support printmaking scholarships and we will be presenting a variety of demonstrations of printmaking techniques throughout the weekend, so please stop by often. For more information on our activities including the LAPS 21st National and the LA Print Space, visit our website at www.laprintmakers.com.

Mary Sherwood Brock For the Board of The Los Angeles Printmaking Society

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This section of the fair graphically embodies

BARCLAY SAMSON LTD Le Vieux Presbytère Plougoumelen 56400, France T +330 2 97 58 81 04 E richard@barclaysamson.com www.barclaysamson.com

the intersection of art,

GALERIE DOCUMENTS 53 Rue de Seine Paris 75006, France T +33 0 1 43 54 50 68 E galeriedocuments@orange.fr

politics, and commerce. Designed to catch the viewer’s eye, draw them in and send a clear message, these

GALERIE MICHEL GRAGLIA 21 Rue Maufoux Beaune 21200, France T +33 3 80 22 23 50 E michel.graglia@wanadoo.fr

Vintage Posters in styles including Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Mid-century Modern maintain their impact, appeal, and value to

GARY BRUDER FINE ART 1 West Street, Suite 100 New York, NY 10004 T 917 318 2134 E gblautrec@aol.com www.garybruderfineart.com

MICHAEL MASLAN VINTAGE POSTERS & PHOTOGRAPHS 109 University Street Seattle, WA 98101-2901 T 206 587 0187 E oldphoto4u@aol.com

today’s collector. The Vintage Poster Section will feature a select group of international dealers, bringing the finest examples of the enduring genre from all over the world.

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he 2013 LA Art Show presents a special exhibitionChina: FUSION- organized by China’s National Base for International Culture Trade, under the commission and guidance of the China Ministry of Culture and Shanghai Municipal Culture Radio and Television Bureau. China: FUSION showcases emerging artists from China and highlights the artists’ fusion of Eastern and Western culture through content and form. The 3600 square feet of exhibition space will be designed as a traditional Chinese style “9-Couleurs,” with the main exhibition area highlighting Chinese artists who were cutting-edge between the 1940s and the 1980s. Flanking this area are eight contemporary art galleries from Beijing and Shanghai, each featuring some of China’s top artists, with a total of over 100 pieces of artwork.

Main Exhibition For decades, Chinese artists have been striving for a conscious blending of Chinese and Western art. In the 1920s, Lin Fengmian became a frontline pioneer of this endeavor and advocated for a synthesis of the traits in Chinese and Western art. Lin claimed to have been the first to incorporate Western art concepts into Chinese artistic expression. This exhibition’s theme is FUSION. Apart from being an endeavor to share creative contemporary artistic expression and lifestyle through a now fearless exchange between Chinese and Western traditions and culture, the exhibition pays special attention to the interpretation of Western and Eastern art. Works were selected from Chinese artists in different age groups in order to cast a spotlight on the relationship between traditional Chinese culture and contemporary art and lifestyle in Western and Eastern worlds in the 40-year-span between 1940 and 1980. With a strong impact on artistic creation, traditional cultural influences are fused seamlessly into inspiring artistic explorations to form the contemporary artistic expression of today.

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Liu Yi, an artist, graduated from the Beijing Film Academy after finishing his secondary high school study in the Middle School affiliated with the China Academy of Art. He has been awarded several times for his contributions to art direction in several box-office blockbuster films like The Red Detachment of Women, Xiao Hua, Miao Miao, and Sunset Street. In 1989, Liu Yi and his wife settled in Australia. He became deeply involved in this foreign environment with a completely different cultural background which offered him new insights into the understanding of artistic expression. Attempting to blend into local life, he adopted an intriguing approach of incorporating Chinese painting techniques and colors into his works to express his views and emotions. The painting Luoti Xieyi was created after he arrived in Australia. Li Fuyuan, born in 1942, became a student of Wu Guanzhong, who is perhaps the best-known contemporary Chinese painter in the world, at the age of 16 and was influenced by his teacher’s creation style. He developed a solid understanding of Western modernist painting characteristics and theories, and allowed new art concepts derived from the application of point, line and plane, color composition and comparison, and the composition of repetition and variety to dominate his work. The bold use of black and white, and rich, strong colors are commonly found in Li Fuyuan’s paintings. To ensure the quality of the colors, he never mixed them with black ink, but preferred to put heavy black ink against bright colors to create contrast, allowing them to support, embrace, and complement each other. Li is in pursuit of simplicity, honesty, and strong emotional response via his work. Several of his paintings were auctioned at Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Li Fuyuan, b. 1942 Pond, 2012 Paper, ink, and color 65 x 65 cm

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Deng Yonggang, also known as bkra shis dar rgyas, is an ethnic artist. He made a brand new interpretation of specific features in Tangkar and Tibetan paintings. In his search for revolutionary visual experiences to be added into his paintings, he has given new meanings to traditional patterns by image apposition, paste-up, and space arrangement. His mother is the person who has influenced him most during his days in school. Therefore, many of his works can be regarded as high praises directed toward women. His Mother of the Earth series is considered an expression of his wish to love mothers the way we love ourselves. A group of mothers with robust bodies sits down on the earth. Trees grow inside their bodies to serve as the most vivid form of expression of life and vitality. Chang Yan was born in Gansu province. He spent his childhood at the feet of Qilian Mountain. His paintings, the Scarf series, are full of regional characteristics, featuring traditional female characters wearing colorful scarves living at the feet of Qilian Mountain. These paintings are influenced by traditional wall paintings with reduced realism and a focus on the display of each character’s personality. Obedience can be seen from the eyes of female characters in these paintings. They start to work when the sun rises and go to sleep when the sun sets. Their spirits of fortitude are vivid in the paintings. The paintings are created with a monochromatic pattern, which is a blending of Chinese and Western artistic expressions.

Chang Yan, b. 1985 Women of Qilian Mountains No. 1, 2012 Oil on canvas 80 x 100 cm

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Ren Xianyin was born in a small city nearby Dunhuang. He was influenced by Chinese traditional culture while growing up, and he was immersed in stage arts and graphic design. His works, however, are not confined to visible phenomena and rational expressions. He always pays special attention to his works’ spirits and abstraction factors, which is closer to Western logical thinking. Xianyin believes that using abstraction to reflect natural objects, and express complicated personal feelings and emotions will produce visual tension.

Ren Xianyin, b. 1976 Work No. 610, 2008 Oil on canvas 120 x 100 cm

Bai Hongwei grew up in Shanghai but his homeland is in northern China. By chance, he learned something about Chinese ink and water painting and was then inspired to paint with traditional water and ink painting using Western oil painting techniques. Flowers, birds, and characters are his favorites. Bai Hongwei, b. 1966 Flower and bird No. 1, 2012 Oil on canvas 50 x 60 cm

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Pan Xinyi is the only female artist in the main exhibition. Strong color and comparison can be found in her works. Abrupt detail design is her way of expressing her views and thoughts about the current society. The metaphors behind her paintings define her particular style. This type of black humor makes her paintings funny and intriguing; repression is suppressed. It is a wellknown fact that the Chinese economy has maintained rapid growth in the 30 years since 1978. At the same time, from the government to the general public, the Chinese people have developed an addictive chronic dependence on rapid economic growth. Even after 2008, as the Chinese economic growth has slowed due to the impact of the global financial crisis, the government has still proposed an “above 8%” target, which aims to ensure that the rate of economic growth stays over 8%. This painting attempts to explain the contradictory nature of the economy in Chinese people’s minds today. On the one hand, the economy has made remarkable achievements, and is full of temptations, just like a beautiful woman full of allure. On the other hand, it is a wild unforgiving monster whose footsteps have destroyed China’s once pristine environment, changing Chinese people’s carefree pastoral lifestyle into one of “artificial urbanization” plagued by ubiquitous pollution and noise. Pan Xinyi states that her intention for the art piece shown is to “remind the Chinese people today to take a look around themselves and that they should see a lot more than simply “8%.”

Pan Xinyi, b. 1964 8% No. 2, 2012 Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm

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These seven Chinese artists, who are being showcased in China: FUSION’s main exhibition and whose works range from the 1940s to the 1980s, are representative of their own age group. Their works intend to offer the audience a chance to understand the connection between Chinese contemporary art and a realistic life, to further emphasize the exhibition’s theme: FUSION.

Wang Xiaosong is trying to integrate this natural and harmonious Chinese poetic beauty with the Western tragic heroic concept. Such attempt brings out works like The Writhe, where there are crowds of miniature human beings, like pouring rain or raging flames. This is a metaphor of the integration of joy and sadness which may express his attempt to combine the tragic heroic and romantic styles.

Artistic Crossroads and Integration Integration between different ethnic groups forms the basis of our society, just as different pieces of information complement each other to form our culture. Society progresses by integration, and culture develops by different cultures coming together. The blending and collision of Eastern and Western cultures have existed for over a century; if we examine the developmental history of painting in China, many artists have effectively integrated and borrowed ideas from Western art both in terms of form, medium, content, and ways of thinking. This form of cultural integration has manifested itself in works of art, and has provided us with a license to think and express our ideas in many different ways. The resulting artistic works are more rich and varied than those from any other period.

Works within gallery spaces that are part of China: FUSION include: At first glance, Wang Xiaosong’s works are crowded with small points and circles, representing garbled codes, symbols, ants, and miniature human beings. All these symbols are pressed out from the back of a special steel plate. Artificial and natural, accidental and inevitable, they exhibit fine technique and cultural concepts. All his works are born out of calculated restrictions, including the concave and convex that influence the choice of symbol, color, and form; the positions and orders that restrict the arrangements of different forms; the numbers that limit the image of the picture, etc., all are situated within extreme restrictions, struggling to expand from boundary to boundlessness, from subtlety to infinity. Looking from a distance, this artist’s work borders the chaotic. 172

Wang Xiaosong, b. 1964 Writhe, 2007 Oil on ABS 75 x 75 cm

Zhou Guangwei’s art road has gone full circle: beginning in China, leading him to the West, and returning again to the Orient. Zhou studied in the Goethe Institute in Frankfurt, Germany in 1988, received his Masters Degree from Dusseldorf Art Institute of Architecture in 1996, and worked in architectural design in Germany until 2008. He is now a German citizen residing in Shanghai.

Wang Xiaosong, b. 1964 Neutral, 2012 Oil on canvas 140 x 100 cm

Zhou decided to focus on contemporary art in 2010, and to be an artist combining Chinese and Western art ideas and ways of presentation, independent thinking, and free creation. Zhou has created a number of German-style works concerning the practical and realistic problems currently in China.

Zhou Guangwei, b. 1962 Metamorphosis, 2012 Oil on canvas 180 X 140 cm

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Act rashly and alert the enemy reflects the full dynamics of his artistic style and means a cautious situation. According to the original text: “stirring grass may alert the snake”—an old Chinese saying, one should check out and clarify every doubt, and then move on; by remembering to do this, one can cast a light on the hidden truth. The image fabricated together with ancients not only gets the significance of the so-called pop, but also possesses a power that has passed from mouth to mouth, from generation to generation, since ancient times. Like Monroe painted by Andy Warhol, this power is a history compared to the present, gaining strength to infinitely extend horizontally and vertically.

Kang Shixin, b. 1985 Act rashly and alert the enemy, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 180 x 180 cm

Zhu Zhe Chi is a well-acclaimed artist whose works have been displayed in numerous prestigious galleries including Beijing’s The National Art Museum of China and the Shanghai Liu Hai Su Art Museum. He has also had several solo exhibitions in Paris, Los Angeles, and New York. Zhu Zhe Chi draws his inspiration from nature, humanity, music, and motherhood. His paintings reflect his vibrant and compassionate personality. Before focusing on painting, he worked as an ice sculptor for more than 10 years and won several international ice sculpting awards. In 2011, Zhe Chi was invited to become a special guest artist member of The International Artists Association of America. Zhe Chi currently shuttles between Shanghai and New York. Zhu Zhe Chi, b. 1968 Sweet Dreams No. 4, 2012 Mixed media on paper 38 x 29.5 cm

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Wu Aizheng, as well as being an avid artist, is also a member of the Shanghai Artists Association, an art museum curator at Ai Shen, the academy vice president at Dianshan Lake, a deputy president for the Qingpu painting and Calligraphy Association, and a Department of Animation course lecturer at Nanjing Arts Institute Vocational Institute. In Wu Aizheng’s view, Chinese painting is the essence of ancient Chinese culture. It is in the methods of transmitting and techniques, through different periods of continuation and development, that a unique Oriental painting language is formed.

Wu Aizheng, b. 1969 Hill Diary Series, 2012 Oil on canvas 80 x 80 cm

Shi Tao, a well-known Chinese painter is the enlightenment mentor for Fan Xueyi. Shi Tao’s landscape works are always freestyle in language but exquisite in form, expressing a fantastic ancient spirit. Calligraphy is an important element in Fan Xueyi’s life. Fan believes that an artist uses calligraphy as background of a painting, using acrylic to paint as well as leaving some space on the original red lines on the paper. This process mixes the spirit of Chinese painting and Western painting methods, to produce a new expression, a way of “Scene out of the scene” and “Image out of the image.” This mixed media work is filled with emotions and tensions with Shi Tao’s classical words as background. In this work, Fan Xueyi wants to show her respect to Shi Tao and to the traditional spirits. Fan Xueyi, b. 1969 Encountering Shi Tao, 2011 Mixed media 60 x 50 cm

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ADC contemporary & BUILDING BRIDGES

Bergamot Station Arts Center 2525 Michigan Avenue, Unit F2 Santa Monica, CA 90404 T 310 770 1961 International E adcgallery@gmail.com www.adcbuildingbridgesartexchange.org

Los Angeles, January 2013. Dear Friends and Art Lovers, On behalf of ADC & BUILDING BRIDGES International Art Exchange, Iam pleased to welcome you to Los Angeles Art Show. We are honored to participate another year alongside with known galleries and organizations from all over the world. We want to give special thanks to LA ART SHOW for the opportunity to participate in this important moment for Los Angeles Art Scene. Since 2005 ADC & BUILDING BRIDGES has organized international art exchanges with the participation of over 25 countries, with traveling exhibitions and artists in residence. The organization developed a focused tactic for cultural exchanges through art in collaboration with several governments, other non-profit organizations and foundations in order to strengthen international cultural relations and engaging local communities while promoting new and emerging forms of artistic expressions. During 2012, we performed exchanges and exhibitions in Antofagasta, Chile, “Artists in Residence Program” in Mexico with five countries and we participated at the International Prize Bice Bugatti at Bugatti Foundation, receiving with our participant artists the first, second and third prizes (Miranda, Romero and Sarsale from Mexico and Argentina) and the participation of our organization as a jury and supporter for the Sharjah International Children Biennial at the United Arab Emirates. We schedule for 2013 our exchanges with Bice Bugatti from Milano, Italy and Qatar. We encourage you to visit two mega installations that will be presented by us at the LA ART SHOW, from our two renowned artists, Andrea Juan from Argentina and Betsabee Romero Mexico. Looking forward to seeing you,

Marisa Caichiolo President ADC Contemporary & Building Bridges International Art Exchange Bergamot Station Arts Center, 2525 Michigan Ave. F2 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Phone: 310-770-1961 Email: adcgallery@gmail.com Website: www.adccontemporaryartgallery.com

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ADC Contemporary & BUILDING BRIDGES International Art Exchange Is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to cultivate an understanding among cultures worldwide through international art exhibitions and artist residency programs. The organization has developed a more focused tactic for cultural exchanges through art and international collaborations. ADC & BUILDING BRIDGES currently plays as a nexus between artists, Cultural Art Centers, and countries throughout the world, and acts as an important reference point with the International Art Exchange Program. Building Bridges’ first project was launched in January 2008 in Mexico, under a formal agreement with the Mexican government and in connection with 14 foreign countries. Their main mission is to have powerful programs for exhibitions, workshops, and artist residencies, establishing exchanges among countries in order to strengthen international cultural relations and engage local communities while promoting new and emerging forms of artistic expressions. The program provides the artists of our country’s members the best possible support, information, and opportunities for Art Exhibitions and exposure throughout the world. ADC & BUILDING BRIDGES has an exhibition-rotating system to highlight our shared cultures and establish fresh exchanges; every member country has access to different exhibitions, as well as the participation in International Art Fairs to promote their own culture and artists. The organization is guided by a Board of Directors and International members. 179


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ANDREA JUAN ARGENTINA SERIES NEW SPECIES

Curated by Marisa Caichiolo and Laura Pomerantz. BETSABEE ROMERO MEXICO Romero, one of the world’s top Latin-American artists, has shown extensively in both Europe and the Americas. Her current acclaimed body of work uses automobile tires as a medium, which she carves into intricate patterns and imprints onto textiles. The final works are hung to create an immersive environment that has been described by critics as “ingenious.”  Betsabee Romero has exhibited at the Neuberger Museum of Art to high praise by art critics from the New York Times and Art in America. Romero’s tire installation will be situated prominently in between the Modern & Contemporary and Historic & Traditional Contemporary sections of the Show. “An observer of human behavior, Betsabée Romero breaks onto the contemporary art scene between memory and oblivion, rootedness and rootlessness, permanence and transience. Parameters enveloped in an aura of tracks that leave their imprint on the depths of urban life, its respective speed and culture of consumption, and amidst the migratory reality, violence and contradictions intrinsic to modernity. Prints made on recycled and engraved tires, on pneumatic strips, car hoods and even toy cars dressed up in cultural traits. Iconography made up of found objects, decontextualized and given new meaning.” Laura Pomerantz. 180

New Species documents the unexpected effects of a warming planet, through changes in the glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula. As the ice shelves retreat, a treasure-trove of new specimens in the Weddell Sea are uncovered, and a hidden ecosystem revealed. Her second video, Sea Images will accompany New Species. Juan seamlessly blends environmental concerns with a Christo-like urge to adorn landscape in vibrant color. She states, “The idea was to take art to Antarctica and develop short-lived sites-specifics as a praise of sorts, displaying a peaceful presence. And once the exhibition came to an end, the biosphere was to be left just as it had been found. The only trace/work that has remained is a series of video and photographic records plus the recollections of the inhabitants.” Andrea Juan was born in Argentina, she has a degree in Visual Arts. Her work is based in scientific research and has a reflective content about the environment. She works in the disciplines of video, installation, photography, and graphic work. In 2007, she received a grant from the government of Canada and a former Guggenheim fellowship in New York, UNESCO, France, Antorchas Foundation, and National Endowment for the Arts in Argentina. She completed residencies in Art Omi International Art Center in New York, Center for research in Visual Arts at the University of Quebec in Canada, and the the Cultural Center in Vienna, Austria. In 2004 she started with the Antarctica Project making video Installations and performances in Antarctica, Argentina.

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c/o galerie/agentur 162 Neukircher Mühle 29 45239 Essen / Germany T 49 201 5646 500 F 49 201 5646 499 contemporary art ruhr (C.A.R.) E mail@contemporaryartruhr.de c/o galerie/agentur 162 / Neukircher Mühle 29 www.contemporaryartruhr.de   Frostig Collection is an ongoing series of small sculptures and works on The Dear Arts Enthusiasts, paper created by well-known artists to fund social skills programs for children with learning disabilities, Asperger’s,artand autism. We are very proud to present contemporary ruhrhigh-functioning (C.A.R.), the innovative art fair, the only art fair taking place at a World Heritage, Zollverein in Essen, Germany. Please allow us to welcome you to the 2013 Los Angeles Art Show and to introduce you into our activities and The Frostig Collection artists are: Lita Albuquerque, Charles Arnoldi, Gary concept. C.A.R. plans to establish a strong regional art market for the Ruhr and its more than 5,3 Baseman, Larry Bell, Benglis, David Buckingham, Burden, Guy million residents. Ever sinceLynda its founding, C.A.R. has consistently re-invented Chris itself, with new Dill, Frank Robert Brad consists Howe,ofMatt Johnson, Michael partners andGehry, participants joining Graham, every year. C.A.R. two annual events, that haveKalish, been taking place in several halls at the well-known WorldKenton Heritage Zollverein since 2006: the Michael McMillen, Ed Moses, Gwynn Murrill, Nelson, Site, Sarah Perry, Chris more experimental media art fair in summer and the innovative fair for contemporary art and all Piazza, Ken Price, Nancy Rubins, and Alison Saar. kinds of art in autumn. With both events in eight spaces and more than 9000 metres square size, C.A.R. presents itself as an increasingly international art fair, that bewares its local roots.

Formerly the world’s largest coal mine, Zollverein is also known as „the most beautiful coal mine“, designed in New Sobriety style, it is regarded as one of the most impressive monuments of the industrial age and is now a centre of the Ruhr metropolis’ creative industry located in Essen. C.A.R. takes place e.g. within the unique atmosphere of the world-famous red dot design museum as well as at the beautiful SANAA building, a futuristic cube which was designed by the SANAA Japanese architects (Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa), the 2010 Pritzker Prize winners. Within a few years C.A.R. spread out its activities more and more international and took the chance to be an official project of European Capital of Culture RUHR 2010. The main aim of the international activities of C.A.R. is, that selected participants get the additional opportunity not only to participate in an art fair, but to be a part of international activitities, exhibitions or networking 1 Chris Burden, events – e.g. in Angeles Art Association - a close partnership and exchange Los TwoAngeles, WorldLos War I Tanks, 2010 spanning since2 2010 -, Piazza, in Miami Beach during Art Basel Miami Beach, in Paris during La nuit Chris Impression, 2010 blanche in 2011 or in 2012 for the first time in September in Seoul, South Korea, at Zaha Museum, 3 David Buckingham, Mask, 2010 during KIAF 2012. 4 Gwynn Murrill, Cougar, 2010 Innovative participants, to name but a few gallery Halle4, Salzburg (Austria), gallery Kunstkomplex, Wuppertal (Germany), the photographer Philipp Schumacher, the C.A.R. Art Award winners Melanie Hübner and Sebastian Mölleken, as well as selected artists of the Wormland Art Collection and some other will showcase their work for the first time at the LA Art Show.

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Moreover, C.A.R. will give a vivid insight into an innovative region and concept. For more information on C.A.R.’s exhibitions and programming, please visit www.contemporaryartruhr.de or call us at 0049.201.5646.500. Finally, we would like to sincerely thank Kim Martindale and his entire team for the confidence in our projects and sharing our visions for an expanding collaboration in future!

Silvia Sonnenschmidt Producer contemporary art ruhr

Thomas Volkmann Producer contemporary art ruhr

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PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION-california art club

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75 South Grand Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105 T 626 583 9009 www.californiaartclub.org

January 2013

Dear Friends, The California Art Club, one of the oldest, largest and most active fine arts organizations in the United States, is honored to participate in this year’s Los Angeles Art Show. We look forward to welcoming you at our booth and hope you will also view our special exhibition at the show – Human Landscape – which spotlights works from our premier figurative painters. Since 1909, the California Art Club has been dedicated to promoting the merits of traditional fine arts and continuing the legacy of the organization’s founding artists, who migrated to the Los Angeles area from the Midwest and East Coast, chiefly drawn to the Golden State’s unrivaled landscapes, natural beauty and year-round sunshine. With conditions ideal for outdoor painting, these artists gave birth to a new artistic movement now known as “California Plein Air” or “California Impressionism.” As a dynamic nonprofit educational organization with more than 2,500 members around the world, the Club strives to expand the knowledge and appreciation of traditional fine arts through our educational programs, award-winning publications, and exhibitions. Our hallmark annual event – the Gold Medal Juried Exhibition – is now in its 102nd year and will be on display in Los Angeles at the USC Fisher Museum of Art from June 2 – 23, 2013. With this display and the many others that we present at museums, galleries and historic sites throughout the state, we support a network of contemporary–traditional fine artists and provide opportunities for art enthusiasts, collectors, students and scholars to interact with these artists in order to better understand the creative process. For more information about the California Art Club and the programs and exhibitions we present in conjunction with our nine chapters, visit www.californiaartclub.org. We invite you to join us for one of our exhibition or programs, so you, too, can join in our ongoing dialogue about traditional art forms.

The California Art Club, established in 1909, is one of the oldest and largest fine art organizations in America. Its founding members were a handful of professional artists who migrated to Los Angeles from the Midwest and East Coast, drawn to the Golden State’s natural beauty and year-round sunshine. With conditions that were ideal for outdoor painting, these pioneering artists gave birth to the first artistic movement to be defined as uniquely Californian – “California Impressionism.” Today the organization includes among its members nationally renowned painters and sculptors, as well as art students, art scholars and art patrons, in order to interject different perspectives into the dialogue about traditional art. The mission of the Club is to promote the traditional fine arts in the fields of painting, drawing and sculpture and to provide educational programs and exhibitions that foster understanding and interpretation of traditional art heritage and California history. The Club’s hallmark event, the Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition, is now in its 102nd year and will be presented at the USC Fisher Museum of Art in June.

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Sergio Sanchez No Pain No Gain

Simon Lok California Temple San Diego

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To learn more about the California Art Club’s activities and the benefits of membership, visit: www.californiaartclub.org

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PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION-Los Angeles Art Association

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATION-Los Angeles Art Association

825 N. La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90069 T 310 652 8272 F 310 652 9251 E gallery825@laaa.org www.laaa.org

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LAUNCH is a| Executive 501(c)(3) not-for-profit social enterprise that produces, Peter Mays Director manages and directs events, programs, and exhibitions for the purpose of Dear Arts Enthusiast, developing artist - audience relationships throughout important Los Angeles On behalf of Passionate the Staff, Board ofabout Directorspromoting and Artists of theall Los contemporary Angeles Art Associationart-forms (LAAA), please and communities. allow me to welcome you to the 2013 Los Angeles Art Show and the Los Angeles Fine Art Show. As I reflect their hybrids, LAUNCH recognizes the need for exemplary productions that on a new year, I’m proud of LAAA’s 88-year role in the formation of Los Angeles’ arts community. Today, I createremain important of commercial committed tocultural our ongoinghappenings. mission of providingWith emergingthe artistsassistance with the experience, education and exposure needed to create and sustain careers in the arts. Our individuals unique status as aand non-profit organization partners, cultural institutions and like-minded organizations, provides us with the flexibility for risk-taking beyond what is possible in the commercial gallery system, LAUNCH strives tothe engage a broad cross section of Angelenos in Angeles. cultural and thereby positioning organization as a driver of innovative, contemporary content in Los As THE placeevents for emerging artfoster in Los Angeles, LAAA understanding serves as both a feederand resource for the larger art community lifestyle that mutual creative expression. and a highly visible platform that fosters greater awareness for exciting, emerging artists.

Mindful of the huge impact that emerging artists make to all aspects of our shared quality of life, LAAA believes that emerging artists, even the most non-traditional talents, require access to a professional exhibition space and the career support to expand and realize their singular artistic visions. The successes and expanded services we provide to local artists and art advocates address important needs not confronted by most civic and cultural agencies. By filling this need LAAA has developed into an essential resource for Los Angeles’ emerging artists. In 2012 alone, LAAA expanded our mission in the following ways to meet the needs of local artists: • LAAA served over 450 artists of all media, provided 26 scholarships to economically challenged artists, presented 33 exhibitions at Gallery 825, 13 offsite exhibitions, 48 artists critique groups and 8 artists talks. • LAAA exhibited at many national art fairs and exhibitions including The 2012 LA Art Show, Art Platform LA, The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, The San Francisco Fine Art Fair, The Beverly Hills Art Show, Photo LA at the Buena Vista during Art Basel Miami Beach. • Internationally, LAAA exhibited at Zaha Museum in Seoul Korea, Projektraum M54 in Basel, Switzerland during Art Basel and at Contemporary Art Ruhr in Essen, Germany. • LAAA’s commitment to community outreach and serving all artists was demonstrated by our 5th annual Out There exhibit, celebrating Gay Pride Month and Momentum, a special exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the National Womens Caucus for Art. • While LAAA has a lean, mission-driven staff, we enjoy the benefit of more than 1200 hours of annual volunteer service that greatly enhances our ability to operationalize our many services and events. While the Translating Transitions #4 installation by artist Marilyn Lowey at the Los Angeles Art Show and MarionatLane, Untitled, 2011 our group1 exhibition the Los Angeles Fine Art Show are highlights of our 2013 programming, I would like Angeles, 2011 to extend 2 Todd a personalCarpenter, invitation for you to join us throughout the year as we advance our mission with special 3 Matthew Winkler, Fish andexhibition will open on January 25 and continue through exhibits and events. Our collaborative Das Paar February Flowering 15 at Gallery 825Mall on Laor Cienega Boulevard. For more information on LAAA’s exhibitions and Wilshire programming, please2011 visit www.laaa.org or call us at 310.652.8272. Ship,

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

Finally, a sincere nod of appreciation to Kim Martindale and his entire team for sharing the belief that emerging artists can and do make lasting impacts on the cultural and economic life of our shared community. Enjoy the Shows! Peter Mays, Executive Director

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

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R. Dean Larson’s series of ocean abstracts focuses on the ocean’s movements. From the breaking of the wave, the water rushing up on the sand, to the point where the foam almost stops, Larson has isolated moments of movement in the waves and in the interaction between the water and the shore.

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Scott Davis Jones’ work is about intimacy. In The Village, Jones’ tiny landscape requires close inspection but affords the viewer very little concrete information, intensifying the feeling of romance and longing.

Marilyn Lowey Los Angeles-based artist Marilyn Lowey creates installations that investigate the use of light as an optical, sculptural, and psychological spectacle. Drawing on her extensive experience as a professional lighting designer, Lowey utilizes a range of devices, including computerized fixtures and handmade light bulbs, to dynamically cast or embody light. “Translating Transitions #4 (day 1 creation of light & time)” is a dynamic electric light and video sculptural installation that plays with narrative and abstraction, assaulting and disrupting visual perception by totally different but equally beautiful means.

Grafton Tanquary is an LA photographer who is primarily interested in the extraordinary colors available with today’s new printing technology. The Highlands is a more subtle image from his Palisades Series.

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Patricia Yossen’s body of work depicts flat lands where the sky holds a prominent place in the composition, emerging from the long horizontal line of the earth and filling the void with puffy cumulus nimbus – a reference to the solitude of endless open space. Yossen’s landscapes become metaphors, expressions of space, physical manifestations of that which is part of the psyche and not, per se, nature. 189


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5858 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 205 Los Angeles, CA 90036 T 323 899 1363 E james@launchla.org www.launchla.org Dear Friends, We are proud to initiate our second full year as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts and culture organization through our participation in Los Angeles’ oldest and largest art fair – The LA Art Show. Participation in this event facilitates LAUNCH’s mission to create new platforms and audiences for the next generation of art-makers. Over the past twelve months, LAUNCH produced exhibitions and performance projects for over 150 artists in Los Angeles at five different sites, including galleries, temporary spaces, and art fairs. Thousands of Californians have visited these exhibitions and events to discover, experience, and support important projects by emerging artists in multiple disciplines. LAUNCH began a busy 2012 with the production of two art exhibitions: a solo exhibition featuring Antonio Pelayo and a three-person painting and sculpture exhibition. We then hosted the release of a music video that featured contributions from a painter, an animator, and an alternative rock band. These events took place at 5900 Wilshire Blvd. through our partnership with The Ratkovich Company and the Miracle Mile Chamber of Commerce. In May, LAUNCH returned to ArtPad SF art fair presenting works curated by Merry Karnowsky Gallery. In August, LAUNCH sponsored and facilitated the 2nd annual production of BOOM, a student-produced survey of recent candidates and graduates from 10 local MFA programs in Southern California. Over 100 artists participated in a month-long exhibition at the Pacific Design Center. The tenth annual TARFEST art exhibition in September included 35 artists selected from over 200 participants of the nine previous TARFEST juried exhibitions. This exhibition was curated by Holly Harrison of LACMA. The La Brea Tar Pits was again the site of the TARFEST Music and Art Festival held on September 22nd. Six bands and 4 painters performed for and inspired over 3,000 Angelenos of all ages and backgrounds at this free event. Also in September, Todd Carpenter presented new paintings for the inaugural exhibition at LAUNCH Gallery on LaBrea Avenue. Next, LAUNCH Gallery presented two recent local graduates: painter Fleurette West (Art Center) and ceramicist Thomas Dang (C.S. Northridge) in October, while painter Marion Lane exhibited from November through January 12th. Finally, Claremont Graduate University alumnus Gina Stepaniuk opens the 2013 season on Saturday, February 2nd of this year.

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LAUNCH is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit social enterprise created to produce, manage, and direct events, programs, and exhibitions for the purpose of developing artist-audience relationships throughout important Los Angeles communities. Passionate about promoting all contemporary art-forms and their hybrids, LAUNCH recognizes the need for exemplary productions that create important cultural happenings. With the assistance of commercial partners, cultural institutions, and like-minded individuals and organizations, LAUNCH strives to engage a broad cross section of Angelenos in cultural and lifestyle events that foster mutual understanding and creative expression. LAUNCH produces TARFEST, a free music and art festival held annually at venues in the Miracle Mile District and at the La Brea Tar Pits Park. For the past 10 years, TARFEST has served as a showcase of local emerging musicians, bands, visual artists, and like-minded nonprofit organizations. Please visit www.tarfest.com In 2012, LAUNCH opened the LAUNCH Gallery at 170 La Brea Avenue. This permanent location allows us to showcase artists’ work and provides a valuable tool in the development and maintenance of artists’ careers. The 2012 exhibitions included Todd Carpenter, Fleurette West, Thomas Dang, and Marion Lane. 2013 will be the first full year of programming at the LAUNCH Gallery which includes exhibitions by: Gina Stepaniuk, William Wray, Alexandra Dillon, Thomas Frontini, Jorge Oswaldo, Marion Lane, and Bryan Ricci among others. Please visit www.launchhla.org for exhibition and event information.

For the 2013 LA Art Fair, LAUNCH is pleased to present three artists we have worked with this past year, each of whom exemplify our program and further our mission Todd Carpenter, Marion Lane, and Antonio Pelayo. We are proud to be a part of the diverse creative community of Los Angeles and look forward to seeing you all very soon. Sincerely, James Panozzo, Executive Director LAUNCH LA

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