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5 DAYS | NOW 2 SHOWS

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INCREDIBLE ART DESTINATION

LOCATION Los Angeles Convention Center West Hall A 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY Wednesday, January 27, 2016

PATRON LEVEL 7PM -11PM Exclusive Patron Reception Area VANGUARD LEVEL 7PM Early Entrance FRIEND LEVEL 8PM - 11PM Benefiting St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital速

GENERAL SHOW DATES AND HOURS Thursday January 28, 2016 11AM-7PM Friday January 29, 2016 11AM-7PM Saturday January 30, 2016 11AM-7PM Sunday January 31, 2016 11AM-5PM

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WELCOME THE LA ART SHOW has refined its focus to bring a freshly curated fair for its 21st edition. The LA Art Show team is constantly driven to present a magnificent art experience that brings together galleries, artists, curators, and collectors. The art fair world is expanding and we are proud to have emerged as one of the world’s largest and longest running events with 190,000 square feet of exhibition space and close to 60,000 attendees this past year. As Los Angeles takes its place as a vanguard of the global art scene, our ability to adapt and evolve to meet the art market’s current trends is vital. While dedicated to maintaining our commitment to technique and integrity we are refining our curatorial vision and presenting galleries that showcase premier Modern and Contemporary work at our 2016 edition. The 21st annual show will build on years of success, with new dates, a new hall, and a new direction affording the fair, our exhibitors, collectors, and tens of thousands or art enthusiasts a new quality experience.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Show Information

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Contact Information

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Welcome 3 Table of Contents

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Welcome Letters

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Opening Night Premiere Party Beneficiary: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® Host Committee | Culinary & Beverage Partners

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PERFORMANCE ART

Ben Jones

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Melanie Pullen

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Metabolic Studio Sonic Division

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Millie Brown

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MODERN | CONTEMPORARY

Able Fine Arts NY

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ACE Gallery / Los Angeles / Beverly Hills

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Aboriginal Galleries of Australia

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AP Contemporary

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Arcadia Contemporary

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Art All Ways

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Art Unified

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Artists Corner Gallery

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Axiom Contemporary

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Baik Art

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bG Gallery

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Bruce Lurie Gallery

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The Cynthia Corbett Gallery

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Cospace Contemporary Art Gallery

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Contessa Gallery

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Distinction Gallery

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Doyle 42 Eckert Fine Art

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Escarlata Gallery

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Evan Lurie Gallery

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FP Contemporary

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Galerie Rauchfeld

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Gallery Clu

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Gallery Fukada

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Gallery Kitai

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Gallery MayJune

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Gallery Tableau

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Gama Gallery

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GB Auerbach Studios

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Greg Kucera Gallery

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Hyun Contemporary

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Jane Kahan Gallery

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Jack Rutberg Fine Arts

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K+Y Gallery

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Knupp Gallery | Prague

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LDXArtodrome Gallery

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Leon Gallery

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Liahona Space

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Longmen Art Projects

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Masterworks Fine Art Gallery

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Mizoe Art Gallery

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Modus Art Gallery

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Nanhai Art

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Niman Fine Art

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O. Ascanio Gallery

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Other Criteria

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PYO Gallery LA

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The Public House of Art

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Red Pipe Gallery

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Rehs Contemporary

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Ren Gallery

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Sasha D. Espacio de Arte

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S.E.A. 80 Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance

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SM Fine Art Gallery

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Soho Gallery Beverly Hills

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Smash Gallery

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Susan Teller Gallery

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Taimei Gallery

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Tansey Contemporary

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Ten 472 Contemporary Art

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Timothy Yarger Fine Art

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The Tolman Collection of Tokyo

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Villa Del Arte Galleries

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Unix Gallery

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Walter Wickiser Gallery

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Watanabe Fine Art

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Werd Gallery

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Zoom Gallery

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57 Projects

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186 Projects

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LITTLETOPIA

Antler Gallery

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Artists Republic

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Coagula Curatorial

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Copro Gallery

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Daniel Rolnik Gallery

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Flower Pepper Gallery

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Gauntlet Gallery

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Gregorio Escalante Gallery

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Paradigm Gallery + Studio

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Red Truck Gallery

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Thinkspace Gallery

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Think Tank Gallery

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Robert Williams Lifetime Achievement Award

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PROJECT SPACE

Galerie Bruno Massa

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BBAX 120 ETC Art Gallery

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MB Abram Galleries

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Pigment Gallery

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WORKS ON PAPER

Bert Green Fine Art

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Verne Collection

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SPONSORS’ SPECIAL EXHIBITS NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHINA

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Visoins of Chinese Contemporary Art

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Transition of Inheritance

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SPECIAL EXHIBITS & INSTALLATIONS Self Relaxation | Yana Clark

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Africa Contemporary A Continental Shift

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Building Bridges Art Exchange

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Building Bridges Art Exchange Latin America Artists

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Dansaekhwa II

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Contemporart | Cristobal Valecillos

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Do Art Foundation | The Way of the Modern Man

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Downtown Art Walk Catherine Coan Assemblage Artist

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Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) Salon de Fleurus

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Los Angeles Art Associatioin 825 | Ping-Pong

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Travelers in Time | Lluis Barba

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Days of Future Past | Mari Kim

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Museum of Latin American Art in the LA River (MOLAA) 174-175 Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles From Streets to Canvas

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Virtues and Vice Art Exhibition

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The Agency’s V.I.P Lounge

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Beyond Kaisho | Issai Tanaka

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ADVERTISMENTS

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Whether you are a seasoned collector or merely an admirer of the arts, we are certain that the LA Art Show will provide you with a special experience youofare a seasoned collector orHistoric merely an admirer of the Art. arts, We we have inWhether the world Modern, Contemporary, and Traditional are certain that the LA Art Show willinprovide you with a special experience created the most diverse Art Show the world. in the world of Modern and Contemporary Art. We have created the most diverse Art Show in the world. galleries of the LA ART SHOW represent the The Modern and Contemporary

present and future of Art and Art Collecting. The “Old Masters” were the We strive making theand LA Art Show a premier international arts upstarts oftowards their time period a few of today’s artists are sure to destibe the Old nation, in of Art Basel, Frieze and The Armory Show. Masters of the thelikes future. Art has always been at the forefront of society, bravely going were others 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 mafeared to tread, whether it was the use of color, texture, composition or terials, artists have always pushed the envelope. materials, artists have always pushed the envelope.   It takes a discerning eye and measure of courage to embrace and appreciate 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 the new and the different, and today’s collectors are a brave and appreciative crowd. crowd. A show of this magnitude requires coordinated efforts from a myriad of peoA ple, show of this magnitude requires efforts a myriad of people, and I wish to thank my entire coordinated team, especially Kimfrom Martindale, whose and I wish to thank whose dedication hard dedication and hard my workentire madeteam, this show possible. I am and grateful to work all ourmade this show possible.and I am grateful all our new that participants and to the new participants to the manyto great galleries return each year whomany great thatwe return eachtheir yearspectacular who travelworks hereofsoart. that we may enjoy travelgalleries here so that may enjoy their spectacular works of art. The LA Art Show is proud to serve as a vehicle for today’s artist to be showThe LA Art cased andShow is proud to serve as a vehicle for today’s artist to be showcased and displayed. areare pleased to provide our guests with the opportunity to displayed.  Our We guests provided the opportunity to enjoy a unique assortenjoy unique assortment creative expression from all corners of the globe. mentaof creative expressionoffrom all corners of the globe.   st I Iam you to to the the21 20th edition of the LA Show Art Show and to amproud proud to to welcome you edition of the LA Art and to celebrate the fertile efforts of the human mind. celebrate the fertile efforts of the human mind.    Enjoythe theShow! Show! Enjoy

Scott Diament Scott Diament President/CEO President/CEO Palm Beach Show Group Palm Beach Show Group

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WELCOME LETTER


WELCOME TO THE 21ST ANNUAL LA ART SHOW OR AS WE ARE SAYING 20 +1!

Every year, I extend a heartfelt thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm for the LA Art Show, but this year I do so with increased vigor. For twenty + 1 years it has been our team’s goal to gather and present great art for the people of Los Angeles and its visitors. You have responded by returning for two decades to collect, share, and revel in your passion for the arts. As we enter year one of our third decade, we do so in a thriving downtown arts community, surrounded by internationally celebrated museums, galleries, and artists. We have taken this opportunity to change the fair’s direction --to refine our curatorial scope and concentrate on galleries that show contemporary and modern work. To continue our commitment to historic and traditional contemporary genres, we have created a sister show, the Los Angeles Fine Art Show which takes place concurrently and next door in Hall B. I wish to also extend my gratitude to the team that helps make this dream a reality by putting in countless hours, thus making for many long days. We hope you enjoy your 2016 experience and we look forward to traveling together, on our new path, into the future.

See you on the Show floor or during the year,

Kim Martindale Producer/Partner LA Art Show

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H O STED B Y AN N E H AT HAWAY & ADAM SHU L MA N

LOCATION Los Angeles Convention Center West Hall A 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 PATRON LEVEL $250

7PM -11PM EXCLUSIVE PATRON RECEPTION AREA

VANGUARD LEVEL $200 7PM EARLY ENTRANCE

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Enjoy an Evening of Creativity and Philanthrophy Featuring: Art • Performance Art • Music • A Variety of Beverages & Delicious Hors D’oeuvres from Over 20 Select LA Restaurants.

FOR TICKETS GO TO LAARTSHOW.COM/PREMIEREPARTY13


THE LA ART SHOWS FESTIVITIES WILL BEGIN WITH A GALA OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE PARTY TO FURTHER THE LIFESAVING MISSION OF ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL®.

The LA Art Show will donate 100% of the ticket price of Patron and Vanguard tickets and 60% of the ticket price of Friend tickets to the LA Art Show Opening Night Gala to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer. St. Jude is where doctors send their toughest cases because St. Jude has the world’s best survival rates for the most aggressive childhood cancers. By attending this event, you’ll be supporting St. Jude in its lifesaving mission of finding cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Thanks to the generosity of people like you, no family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

Mabry, age 3

acute lymphoblastic leukemia

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Allana, age 5 neuroepithelioma

Vlad, age 12 osteosarcoma

Connor, age 7

Gayatri, age 8

atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor acute lymphoblastic leukemia

ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL®

Sebastian, age 8 medulloblastoma


Judy Chang Gabrielle & Christophe Choo Tsion Chudnovsky Jill Tavelman Collins Lily Collins Wendi Demmerle

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Robert Ellis Melinda Ann Farrell Jason Thomas Gordon Natasha Henstridge Scott Medlock Mona Lee Nesseth

Angeleno Angel City Brewery Bar Nine Barcito Barrel Down Beer Bar Beso Hollywood Black Momma Vodka Ca Del Sole Califia Farms Cerveteca Classic Gerry’s Tacos The Culver Hotel Diabolo Beverages El Coyote Mexican Restaurant Evian Fabiolus Cucina

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Erin Rosen Paul & Dee Dee Sorvino Kevin Stamler Terre Thomas Valaree A. Wahler Jill Whelan

Il Fornaio Beverly Hills J&B Popcorn John and Pete’s Fine Wine Leese - Fitch Wine Maria’s Italian Kitchen Nescafé Dolce Gusto Noe Restaurant & Bar Paul Mitchell Peddler’s Creamery Pink’s Hot Dogs Primo Donuts Rasta Taco Rosa Mexicano Sinners and Saints Desserts Uncle Val’s Botanical Gin --Partial List

• Little Jewel of New Orleans • Orbitel

ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL®

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BEN JONES PERFORMANCE CURATED BY ACE GALLERY

Live Video and Sound Mixing by Ben Jones and special guests. Ben Jones was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1977 and lives and works in Los Angeles. He holds a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. In November of 2012, Jones had a seminal exhibition titled “The Video,” which was held at MOCA LA. A founding member of the multimedia collective Paper Rad, Jones helped pioneer the intersection of digital media, the Internet, and art-making.

SGI VIDEO PAINTING II, 2015 Acrylic on canvas with digital projection 54 x 72 inches

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MELANIE PULLEN PERFORMANCE CURATED BY ACE GALLERY

Melanie Pullen will be creating a stage where she will be reenacting a series of historic crime scenes as part of her series “High Fashion Crime Scenes,” which engages issues of glamorized violence against women. Photographer and performance artist Melanie Pullen was born in New York City in 1975. She first began staging performances as a young child. Pullen is most noted for creating artworks engaging the issue of violence, particularly violence against women.

HIGH FASHION CRIME SCENES Half Prada (Hanging Series), 2003 C Print, Edition of 5 48 x 72 inches

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METABOLIC STUDIO SONIC DIVISION PERFORMANCE CURATED BY ACE GALLERY

The Catch “The Ocean is a bowl that catches a river that falls from the sky” The Metabolic Studio Sonic Division has repurposed an industrial ruin into a musical instrument. The silo’s song can be added to by sound played elsewhere—like this performance at the art fair. We offer this performance as a prelude to Bending the River Back into the City, an infrastructure monument which will pick up water from the LA River by a waterwheel, cleanse it with sound and reconnect it to the floodplain. The sound of the silo streams on the internet at KPPGlive.org Members: Dave Baine, Lauren Bon, Aaron Ebensperger, Douglas Lee, Dani Lunn

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MILLIE BROWN PERFORMANCE CURATED BY ACE GALLERY

Surrounded by a carpet of flowers cut freshly on the opening day of the the LA Art Show, Brown will lay in complete isolation immersing herself in a meditative state where she will focus on the beauty of the external decomposition around her, and the evolving changes within. Further heightening the performance, Brown will abstain from the basic necessity of food, surviving solely on water for the entire 5 days of the performance. Withstanding the physical discomfort and inevitably entering into an altered mental state, Brown will use this fast to enable herself to explore the depths the mind can reach once physical comforts and limitations have been removed. Millie Brown is a British performance artist, currently living and working Los Angeles. She was born in 1986 and is a founding member of London’s !WOWOW! collective. Brown is internationally recognized for her performances engaging the body as a vessel for artistic creation.

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ABLE FINE ART NY BENJAMIN YU 511 WEST 25TH STREET, #607. NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10001 USA T +82 2 546 3057 I E INFO@ABLEFINEARTNY.COM | ABLEFINEARTNY.COM

We specialize in contemporary fine art showcasing the work of both established and talented emerging international artists. The work fuses a strong conceptual base with exquisite artistry with a particular focus on the way artists recreate traditional forms and cultures through both time-honored and new media.

JEON NAK Axis-L, 2015 I 3D New Media I 200 x 200 centimeters

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ACE GALLERY LOS ANGELES DOUGLAS CHRISMAS 5514 WILSHIRE BLVD · LOS ANGELES · CALIFORNIA · 90036 USA T 1 323 935 3388 I E ACEGALLERY@ACEGALLERY.NET I ACEGALLERY.NET

Ace Gallery was founded in 1961 and expanded to Los Angeles in 1967 where it has since been Los Angeles’ longest running contemporary art gallery with a history of mounting ambitious, museum quality exhibitions. Ace Gallery’s exhibition program balances a selection of emerging and mid-career artists with artists who have become fully established over the last five decades.

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ACE GALLERY BEVERLY HILLS JENNIFER KELLEN 9430 WILSHIRE BLVD 路 LOS ANGELES 路 CALIFORNIA 路 90212 USA T 1 310 858 9090 I E ACEGALLERY@ACEGALLERY.NET I ACEGALLERY.NET

Left Page Mary Corse Laddie John Dill Bernar Venet

Right Page Alexander Yulish Matt Hope Ben Jones

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ABORIGINAL GALLERIES OF AUSTRALIA MARYANNE HOLLOW & NATALIE HOLLOW 85 HIGH STREET, WOODEND 3442, VICTORIA AUSTRALIA T +0011 61 400 656 100 I E AAAGGALLERY@HOTMAIL.COM | JINTAART.COM.AU

Aboriginal Galleries of Australia specialize in aboriginal art from the central Australian desert and have been a constant driving force in its promotion for over 25yrs. Maryanne and Natalie Hollow are extremely passionate about exhibiting art that draws the viewer in through color, design and stories of the Dreamtime.

EMILY KAME KNGWARREYE My Country, 1994 I Acrylic on Linen I 125 x 80 cemtimeters

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AP CONTEMPORARY ANDREY PICHUGIN & ELSIE FONG G/F, 28 TAI PING SHAN STREET, SHEUNG WAN, HONG KONG T +852 3105 2118 I E INFO@APCONTEMPORARY.COM | APCONTEMPORARY.COM

AP Contemporary is a contemporary gallery based in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. The gallery promotes and supports emerging artists all around the world and showcases their works in the gallery as well as internationally at art fairs. The gallery encourages and invests in artists who work on new media artworks.

SONYA FU Temptation II, 2015 I Digital Painting, Print under Lenticular I 135 x 135 centimeters

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ARCADIA CONTEMPORARY STEVE DIAMANT BERGAMOT STATION. 2525 MICHIGAN AVENUE - G-3. SANTA MONICA, CA 90404 USA T 1 310 998 0050 I E INFO@ARCADIACONTEMPORARY.COM ARCADIACONTEMPORARY.COM

Arcadia Contemporary features living, realist artists. With their signature styles, high level of skill and unique imagery, Arcadia Contemporary’s artists are defining what it is to be a representational painter in the 21st century.

DANIEL COVES Steier No. 6, 2015 I Oil On Canvas I 24 x 24 x 1 inches

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ART ALL WAYS HOOJUNG LEE | JAMES HOPKINS 1244 S. ST. ANDREWS PL. LOS ANGELES, CA 90019 USA T 323 449 2451 I E HOOJUNGLEE@ICLOUD.COM | ART_ALL_WAYS

With vision of global influence, Art All Ways assists the needs of fine art collectors by consulting, curating & educating. Simultaneously, we cultivate emerging, midcareer & well-established artists in Asia & America via exhibitions, marketing, artistin-residence programs and artist management.

RETNA Sentences of Life’s Challenges, 2015 I Acrylic on Canvas I 72 x 48 inches

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ART UNIFIED JOHAN ANDERSSON VENICE WAY. LOS ANGELES, CA 90291 USA T 1 424 259 3820 I E CONTACT@ARTUNIFIED.COM I ARTUNIFIED.COM

Art Unified represents dozens of Los Angeles and London’s most exciting and innovative artists. Our gallery space is located in Venice Beach, a few blocks off of Abbott Kinney. Private viewings are available by appointment.

JOHAN ANDERSSON #YOLO, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 68 x 68 inches

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ART UNIFIED

JOHAN ANDERSSON Unspoken Truth, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 60 x 48 inches

RAFAEL GONZALEZ MORENO Waterlilies, 2015 I Melted Kids toys on Panel I 77 x 54 inches

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ARTISTS CORNER GALLERY CARLOS BENITEZ 6585 SANTA MONICA BLVD. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90038 USA T 1 323 464 3900 I E GALLERY@ARTISTSCORNER.US I ARTISTSCORNER.US

Artists Corner Gallery exhibits artists relevant to our time, and whose technique ideas have very important artistic production.

BORIS BEZROUKOV ANTICIPATION, 2015 I Transparencies Mixed Media I 60 x 42 x 1.5 inches

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ARTISTS CORNER GALLERY

ASHER KELMAN ATTACHMENTS, 2015 I Photographs I 30 x 24 x 1 inches

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AXIOM CONTEMPORARY JASON KIRK & MARK MATKEVICH 2801 MAIN ST. SANTA MONICA, CA 90405 USA T 1 310 452 1120 I E INFO@AXIOMCONTEMPORARY.COM | AXIOMCONTEMPORARY.COM

Established in 2011 by Jason Kirk and Mark Matkevich. Axiom Contemporary gallery specializes in showing pop, abstract, neo-street, and contemporary art from emerging and mid-career artists in all mediums.

MAX-STEVEN GROSSMAN Rock W, 2015 I Photo Compilation On Lucite I 48 x 99 x 2 inches

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BAIK ART 2600 S. LA CIENEGA BLVD. LOS ANGELES, CA 90034 USA T 1 310 842 3892 I E BAIK@BAIKART.COM | BAIKART.COM

Baik Art is a contemporary art gallery dedicated to growing with its artists. International residencies, traveling exhibits, and Pan Pacific collaborations, these are just a few ways in which we support the cross-fertilization of our artists’ cultural values and ideas.

YOUNG-IL AHN Water Blue 08, 2008 I Oil on canvas I 42 x 36 x 2 inches

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BG GALLERY OM BLEICHER BERGAMOT STATION, 2525 MICHIGAN AVE #G8A, SANTA MONICA, CA 90404 USA T 1 310 906 4211 I E INFO@BGARTDEALINGS.COM | BGARTGALLERIES.COM

bG (BLEICHER/GORMAN) gallery specializes in accomplished artists who have blended traditionally contentious art ideologies including expressive-conceptual, insider-outsider, high-low and figurative-abstract.

DAN BUSTA Phoenix, 2014 I C-Print, Photograph I 30 x 40 x 1.5 inches

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BRUCE LURIE GALLERY BRUCE LURIE 2736 S. LA CIENEGA BLVD. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90034 USA T 1 310 876 1780 I E BLURIEGALLERY@GMAIL.COM | LURIEGALLERY.COM

Established in the early 1980’s in New York’s East Village the gallery has a particular focus on establishing emerging to mid-career artists specializing in Abstract minimalism to Pop Art with an additional recent focus on photography.

JUSTIN LYONS Heart First I Acrylic on Panel, Resin I 48 x 60 inches

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CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY CYNTHIA CORBETT 15 CLAREMONT LODGE, 15 THE DOWNS, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM T +44 208 947 6782 | E INFO@THECYNTHIACORBETTGALLERY.COM

THECYNTHIACORBETTGALLERY.COM

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery is an international contemporary art gallery & regular exhibitor at major international contemporary art-fairs with an exhibitions programme in London, New York & Los Angeles. In 2009, the gallery launched The Young Masters Art Prize – to recognize contemporary art that embraces its past.

ANDY BURGESS Stahl House, 2015 I Oil On Canvas I 60 x 80 inches

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COSPACE CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY LV YING (COCO) RM. 302, BUILDING 9, NO. 2361 YANGSHUPU RD, YANGPU DIST. SHANGHAI, CHINA T +86 21 62038328 I E COART@VIP.163.COM | COARTSPACE.COM

COSPACE, formerly known as COCO ART, is committed to providing a platform for new and emerging Chinese artists. By joining together different overseas art fairs and local art activities, we hope to introduce local Chinese contemporary art for Western audiences to discover and appreciate.

XIE AIGE Taichi, 2012 I Bronze I 101 x 64 x 40 centimeters

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CONTESSA GALLERY STEVE HARTMAN 24667 CEDAR ROAD. CLEVELAND, OH 44124 USA

T 1 216 382 7800 | E ART@CONTESSAGALLERY.COM | CONTESSAGALLERY.COM

Founded in 1999, Contessa Gallery offers Modern and Contemporary Paintings, Sculpture, and Photography of exceedingly high quality as well as art acquisition counsel to collectors, museums, and institutions. The gallery curates important exhibitions and participates in prestigious art fairs such as the LA Art Show, The Armory Show, and Art Miami.

MR. BRAINWASH Chaplin & Kid Diptych, 2015 I Stencil and Mixed Media on Canvas I 64 x 96 inches

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CONTESSA GALLERY ARTIST LIST: Hanneke Beaumont Harry Benson Natvar Bhavsar Mr. Brainwash Gilles Cenazandotti Lynn Chadwick Chuck Close Salvador DalĂ­ David Datuna David Drebin Karen Gunderson Robert Indiana Jasper Johns Louise Nevelson Robert Rauschenberg James Rosenquist Thomas Scoon Andy Warhol

DAVID DATUNA Viewpoint of Millions: Rainbow of the Soul, 2015 Mixed Media Wall Sculpture With Swarovski Crystals 24 x 36 x 4.5 inches

DAVID DREBIN Falling in Love, 2015 I Photo Sculpture I 76 x 40 x 24 inches

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DISTINCTION GALLERY MELISSA INEZ WALKER & SAM PULVERS 317 E GRAND AVE. ESCONDIDO, CA 92025 USA T 1 760 707 2770 I E MELISSA@DISTINCTIONART.COM I DISTINCTIONART.COM

LA Art Show featured artists: Jon Jaylo, Gabe Leonard, Scott Rohlfs, Pamela Wilson, Paul Normansell, Kelly Vivanco, Jana Brike, Kari Lise Alexander, Heather McKey, Casey Weldon, Michael Aaron Williams, Victor Roman, Virginie Mazureau, Linda Herzog, Amanda Lynn, Bryan Steward, and Ram Mallari.

SCOTT ROHLFS Delirium, 2015 I Acrylic on Canvas I 40 x 30 x 1 inches

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DISTINCTION GALLERY Distinction Gallery was established in 2004 to give beginning and seasoned collectors a venue to purchase high-quality, cutting edge artwork. The primary genres forwarded at Distinction are Contemporary Realism, Surrealism and Urban art with a focus on the figure. In addition to traditional gallery exhibitions Distinction strongly believes in giving back and therefore regularly hosts charity exhibition auctions to co-mingle at-risk teens who work along side professional artists to empower the next generation of artists.

KEY STAFF: Melissa Inez Walker - Director and Co-Owner Sam Pulvers- Preparator and Co-Owner Sharif Carter- IT and Web Developer Alexi Ohre- Graphic Designer

JON JAYLO “Minsan Aawitin Nila Ang Mga Kanta Tungkol Sa Atin� ( Someday They Will Sing Songs About Us), 2015

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DOYLE HAROLD PORCHER & ANGELO MADRIGALE 175 EAST 87TH STREET. NEW YORK, NY 10128 USA T 1 212 427 4141 | E INFO@DOYLE.COM | DOYLE.COM

Founded in 1962, Doyle is one of the world’s foremost auctioneers and appraisers. Doyle will be offering Post-War and Contemporary works with an emphasis on realism. Represented will be East and West Coast figurative artists breaking away from abstract and conceptual art, spanning 1946 through today.

NIAGARA Untitled I Acrylic on Canvas I 24 x 18 inches

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ECKERT FINE ART JANE ECKERT 1394 ROUTE 83, UNIT 3. PINE PLAINS, NEW YORK 12567 USA T 1 518 771 3300 | E JANE@ECKERTFINEART.COM | ECKERTFINEART.COM

Founded in 1996, Eckert Fine Art specializes in post-war and contemporary art. The gallery’s inventory includes Niki de Saint Phalle, Robert Graham, Robert Cottingham, Robert Rauschenberg, Eric Forstmann, and JoAnn Belson . Eckert Fine Art is a member of the Fine Art Dealers Association.

ROBERT COTTINGHAM Oasis, 2013 I Oil on Canvas I 48 x 48 inches

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ESCARLATA GALLERY ANDREA FINKELSTEIN SERRANO 1408. BUENOS AIRES, BUENOS AIRES 1414414 ARGENTINA T +54 11 4833 9373 I E ESPACIODEARTEESCARLATA@GMAIL.COM ESPACIOESCARLATA.COM.AR

Art is passion. Feel it.

GASTON AITA Baron Rojo, 2015 I Sculpture - Iron and Epoxy Resin I 18 x 20 x 24 inches

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EVAN LURIE GALLERY EVAN LURIE 30 WEST MAIN STREET. CARMEL, INDIANA 46032 USA T 1 317 844 8400 I E INFO@EVANLURIEGALLERY.COM I EVANLURIEGALLERY.COM

Since opening its doors the Evan Lurie Gallery has specialized in introducing emerging and established international artists with a heavy emphasis on the contemporary abstract and a strong focus on realism and neo - realism The gallery deals in works of art in all mediums and sizes.

NICK VEASEY California Bug, 2015 I C-Type X-Ray Photographic Print I 42.5 x 79 x 2 inches

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FP CONTEMPORARY PAUL DAHMEN & JOSETTA SBEGLIA 5835 WASHINGTON BLVD. CULVER CITY, CA 90232 USA T 1 323 935 1355 | E PAUL@FPCONTEMPORARY.COM | FPCONTEMPORARY.COM

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

JOHN RANDALL NELSON Once, 2015 I Mixed Media On Panel I 70 x 47 x 2 inches

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GALERIE RAUCHFELD CYRIL GUERNIERI 22 RUE DE SEINE. PARIS. 75006 FRANCE T +33 1 43 54 66 75 | E CONTACT@GALERIERAUCHFELD.COM | GALERIERAUCHFELD.COM

RAFAEL BARRIOS OBTUSA, 2014 I Lacquered Steel I 67 x 31.1 x 2 inches centemeters

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GALLERY CLU ELLIE BAE, OWNER | CHUCK HOHNG, CURATOR 4011 W. 6TH STREET #102. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90020 USA T 1 213 235 5733 | E GALLERYCLU@GMAIL.COM | GALLERYCLU.COM

In a heart of Los Angeles, Koreatown not only thrives with multicultural venues but also serves as a bridge between Downtown and West Los Angeles. Gallery CLU stands at the very core of Koreatown, showcasing contemporary works of art.

WOOJIN CHOI Natureman Series I, 2009 I Digital Print I 44 x 66 inches

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GALLERY FUKUDA YUJI FUKUDA 2-79, SUGORO. SANJO, NIIGATA 955-0092 JAPAN T +81 256 46 0175 | E FUKUDA-G@CELLO.OCN.NE.JP | GALLERY-FUKUDA.NET/TOP

Founded in 1985. A menber of Tokyo Art Club. Treating wide range of Japanese art from traditional ones to contemporary young artists all over the world. Big space with more than 300sqm.

RYUMA IMAI TAPIR, 2012 I Enamel & Acrylic On Canvas I 112 x 145 centimeters

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GALLERY KITAI YASUO KITAI 1-9-16 SHOWAMACHI. KITA-KU, TOKYO 114-0011 JAPAN T +81 (0)3 5692 6552 I E INFO@KITAIKIKAKU.CO.JP | KITAIKIKAKU.CO.JP/GALLERY

Gallery KITAI has been dealing Japanese contemporary Sumi (Japanese ink) art, called “Sumi-ism,” and other contemporary art since 1998 in Tokyo, Japan.

MIZUHO KOYAMA Sky, 2015 I Simi-ink, crayon, stamp ink, pencil on paper, wood panel, plexiglas covered I 39.56 x 26.85 inches

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GALLERY MAYJUNE KIM, AE SOOK 1F, 600-13 SHINSA-DONG. GANGNAM-GU, SEOUL 06025 SOUTH KOREA T +82 2 543 5037 I E MAYJUNEART@NAVER.COM I MAYJUNEGALLERY.COM

MayJune Gallery opened in 2008 to gratify increasing cultural needs. In this years’ LA Art Show, Mayjune Gallery will introduce our talented Korean Artists, Yoo, Jina / Sung, Soon Hee / Kong, Hye Ju / Julie Shin / Chung, Mi Hye / Lee, Hee Ju / Jang, Eun Kyung.

SUNG, SOON HEE Spring, 2015 I Acrylic on canvas I 72 x 53 x 3 inches

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GALLERY TABLEAU JEONG-GI LIM B106HO 101DONG 461 SAMIL-DAERO JONGNO-GU SEOUL, 110-776 KOREA T +82 2723 6081 I E LIMJEONGGI@NAVER.COM I GALLERYTABLEAU.COM

Recognizing the importance of promoting Korean artists abroad Gallery TABLEAU will be participating in art fairs such as Art Chicago, Art Toronto, Art Hamptons, SCOPE Basel, SCOPE Miami Beach, SF Fine Art Fair, Cologne Art Fair, Houston Fine Art Fair, Hong Kong Art Fair, LA Art Show and Shanghai Art Fair.

YONG-RAE KWON Blue Cobalt Light, 2015 I Stainless Steel on Canvas I 51 x 75 x 3 inches

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GAMA GALLERY SULE ALTINTAS | GANIMET ATALAY TURNACIBASI STREET NO:21 BEYOGLU, ISTANBUL, TURKEY 34433 T +90 21 2245 6922 I E GAMAGALLERY@HOTMAIL.COM | GAMAGALLERY.COM

Opened its doors on December 18th 2009. Gama Gallery’s mission is to support young artists in Contemporary Art projects to bring a positive approach in contemporary issues to elevate and diversify art platforms by bringing international artists together.

THOMAS FRONTINI Tree of Burden #3, 2015 I 70 x 50 centimenters

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GB AUERBACH 724 S. SPRING ST. LOS ANGELES, CA 90014 USA T 1 323 404 5100 | E INFO@GBAUERBACH.COM | GBAUERBACH.COM

Formed in 2012 by artist Greg Auerbach to help showcase and support contemporary works from independent artists.

GREG AUERBACH Behind the Flag, 2015 I Spray Paint, Acrylic, Resin, Bullet Casings, Wood. I 28 x 26 x 3 inches

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GREG KUCERA GALLERY GREG KUCERA 212 3RD AVE S SEATTLE, WA 98104 USA

T 1 206 624 0770 | E STAFF@GREGKUCERA.COM | GREGKUCERA.COM

Exhibiting paintings, sculpture and prints by contemporary artists of the Northwest and by nationally known artists such as Butterfield, Close, Diebenkorn, Frankenthaler, Kentridge, Motherwell, Puryear, Shimomura, and Waterston.

ROGER SHIMOMURA Great American Muse #41, 2015 I Acrylic on canvas I 24 x 24 inches

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HYUN CONTEMPORARY EDWARD J. OH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR | SUECHUNG KOH, EXHIBITIONS DIRECTOR 547 WEST 27TH STREET, SUITE 518. NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA T 1 201 606 3874 I E HYUNCONTEMPORARY@GMAIL.COM HYUNCONTEMPORARY.WIX.COM/GALLERY

Fine Art International was established in 2006 and renamed as Hyun Contemporary in NY in 2014. We seek to provide our artists with a solid podium that achieves both to best present the individuality of their oeuvres and to draw attention to the works’ inherent historic and cultural significance. Artists: Manhee Kim, Sunny Kim, GilSook Kim, HyunJoo Kim, Daeha Kwon, Miyoung Park, Sungmi Kim, Hong-Jeon Lee.

SUNNY KIM Cosmic Dream 13-I, 2013 I Acrylic on Canvas I 72 x 48 inches

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JANE KAHAN GALLERY JANE KAHAN 922 MADISON AVE. NEW YORK, NY 10021 USA T 1 212 744 1490 | E INFO@JANEKAHAN.COM | JANEKAHAN.COM

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

ROMARE BEARDEN Recollection Pond, 1974 I Aubusson Tapestry I 61 x 79.5 inches

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JACK RUTBERG FINE ARTS JACK RUTBERG 357 NORTH LA BREA AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90036 UNITED STATES T 1 323 938 5222 I E JRUTBERG@JACKRUTBERGFINEARTS.COM I JACKRUTBERGFINEARTS.COM

The gallery presents major exhibitions of important modern and contemporary European, American, and Latin American artists. Since its inaugural exhibition featuring the works of Arshile Gorky and Hans Burkhardt, the gallery has presented museum-quality exhibitions placing contemporary paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture in historical context.

HANNELORE BARON Untitled, 1982 I Assemblage I 9 1/8 x 13 1/8 x 1 3/8 inches

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JACK RUTBERG FINE ARTS LIST OF ARTISTS Jordi Alcaraz Hannelore Baron Norman Bluhm Hans Burkhardt George Condo Claire Falkenstein Llyn Foulkes Sam Francis Gunther Gerzso Leon Golub Arshile Gorky Patrick Graham

George Grosz George Herms David Hockney Hundertwasser Man Ray Henri Matisse Roberto Matta Joan Miró Henry Moore Reuben Nakian George Nama Pablo Picasso

Robert Rauschenberg Bruce Richards Diego Rivera Edward Ruscha Ben Shahn Mark Tobey Jerome Witkin Joel-Peter Witkin Ruth Weisberg Francisco Zúñiga

JOEL-PETER WITKIN Night in a Small Town, 2007 I Toned Gelatin Silver Print I 14 9/16 x 18 ¾ inches

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K+Y GALLERY YANN BOMBARD 24 RUE TREILHARD, PARIS, FR 75008 FRANCE T +33 61 210 3049 | E YANN@KPLUSY.COM | KPLUSY.COM

Kathy and Yann Bombard have launched K+Y gallery with an ambitious goal: to bring together a selection of artists whose work is centered on aestheticism and emotion, and to offer a broad and diverse collection of creations of outstanding quality.

CECILE PLAISANCE Angelina Gun, 2014 I Lenticular Print I 65 x 45 x 2 inches

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KNUPP GALLERY | PRAGUE ALES KNUPP SVABKY 52 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC 180 00 CZECH REPUBLIC T +42 07 3115 2095 | E ALES@KNUPPGALLERY.COM | KNUPPGALLERY.COM

Czech contemporary fine art gallery based in Prague specializing in oil painting, metal sculpture and glass. Knupp Gallery prides itself on focusing on emergent, as well as working with more established artists.

JAN ULDRYCH Existimator, 2009 I Oil On Canvas I 59 x 39.5 x 2 inches

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LDXARTODROME GALLERY BERLIN / MALTA / HONG KONG CHRISTINE & DR. STEPHAN KUNKLER LINIENSTRASSE 111 BERLIN, BERLIN-BRANDENBURG 10115 GERMANY T +49 15 2568 16578 I E GALERIE@ARTODROME.DE I ARTODROME.DE

Featured Artists: Marc Abele, Marion Bendner, Jürgen H. Block, Marianne Emmenegger, Gabriele Frey, Christa Friedl, Jasmin Hermann, Edith Jung, Alexandra Khan, Gerdi König, Beate Landen, Gunter Langer, Brigitte Lorenz, Simon Rauter, Ralf Seiler, Ursa Schoepper.

GABRIELE FREY Sensitive Thinking, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 39.37 x 39.37 x 1.18 inches

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LEON ERIC R. DALLIMORE | ERIC G. NORD | CAMILLE R. SHORTRIDGE 1112 E. 17TH AVE. DENVER, COLORADO 80218 USA T 1 303 832 1599 | E IFOUNDLEON@GMAIL.COM | LEONGALLERY.COM

Leon is an innovative Contemporary Art Gallery focusing on local and national select artists whose work pushes the boundary of traditional artistic practices and methods. Since debuting four years ago, Leon has established itself as one of the most provocative and courageous new galleries in Denver’s rapidly expanding art scene.

DIEGO RODRIGUEZ-WARNER Western Painting (Where the Eye Wanders and the Mouth Drools), 2015 Mixed Media on Carved Plywood Panel I 8 x 8 x 3 inches MODERN | CONTEMPORARY

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LIAHONA SPACE WEI WANG CERAMICS 3RD ST. 798 ART ZONE E02, JIUXIANQIAO RD, CHAOYANG DISTRICT BEIJING, 100015 CHINA T 1 360 120 1862 I E WANGWEI-PPP@163.COM I LIAHONA-ART.COM

Liahona Art Space, founded in March, 2015, is located in 798 Art Zone Beijing. Liahona is a platform to promote young Chinese artists and new art to all over the world. We mainly present young artists from Central Academy Hubei Institute and LuXun Academy of Fine Arts.

QI JI Bamboo Grove, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 200 x 300 centimeters

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LONGMEN ART PROJECTS LILY LEE | JEFFREY LEE STE 102, TIANAN CENTER, NO. 338 NANJING W. RD, SHANGHAI 200003 CHINA T +86 21 64722838 | E LMAP@LONGMENARTPROJECTS.COM | LONGMENARTPROJECTS.COM

WALASSE TING Homage to Matisse, Early 1990s I Chinese Ink And Acrylic On Rice Paper I 38 1/3 x 71 inches

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MASTERWORKS FINE ART GALLERY ROBERT ADELMAN 13470 CAMPUS DRIVE. OAKLAND, CA 94619 USA T 1 510 777 9970 | E INFO@MASTERWORKSFINEART.COM | MASTERWORKSFINEART.COM

Our art gallery established in San Francisco’s East Bay, Masterworks Fine Art services private collectors dealers and museums all over the world. Known internationally for our specialization in the 16th to 20th Century Masters.

PABLO PICASSO Tripode (Tripod), 1951 I Ceramics Sculpture I 29 11/16 x 9 inches

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MIZOE ART GALLERY KAZUNOBU ABE 3-19-16, DENENCHOFU, OTA-KU TOKYO, 145-0071 JAPAN 1-2-5, JIGYOHAMA, CHUO-KU FUKUOKA, 810-0065 JAPAN T +81 3 3722 6570 | E INFO@MIZOE-GALLERY.COM | MIZOE-GALLERY.COM

You will find Mizoe Art Galleries in Fukuoka and Tokyo. From here modern and contemporary Japanese works of art are sent across the world. Mizoe is one of the few Japanese galleries featuring masterpieces of worldwide fame, including works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee and Marc Chagall.

TAMIE OKUYAMA Life in The Firmament, 2013 I Oil On Canvas I 44 x 64 inches

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MODUS GALLERY KIF YEYA 23 PLACE DES VOSGES. PARIS, FRANCE 75003 FRANCE T 1 917 318 4529 I E MODUS@MODUSGALLERY.COM | MODUS-GALLERY.COM

MODUS ART GALLERY was founded in 1994, located in one of the most prestigious historical spot in Paris, Place Des Vosges. Presenting artists work from diverse origin to the international art scene. These artists share in common the exploration and a revelation of the essential values that underlie contemporary society.

JESUS CURIA HELICOIDE II, 2014 I Bronze, Wood and Steel I 88 x 15.6 x 10.5 inches

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NANHAI ART EDWARD GUI 510 BROADWAY, SUITE 301. MILLBRAE, CA 94030 USA T 1 650 259 2100 I E ART@NANHAI.COM | NANHAIART.COM

NanHai Art focuses on introducing the major artworks by contemporary Chinese artists that reflect the unique aesthetics of Chinese art while transcending cultural and artistic boundaries with a contemporary sensibility.

LEROY LEE Surging Vision, 2015 I Oil with mixed media on canvas I 48 x 72 inches

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NIMAN FINE ART 125 LINCOLN AVE. STE. #116 SANTA FE, NM 87501 USA T 1 505 988 5091 | E NICOLE@NAMINGHA.COM | NAMINGHA.COM

Niman Fine Art was established in 1990 and is family - owned and operated. The gallery specializes in representing the works of internationally known artist Dan Namingha, contemporary sculptor Arlo Namingha and Mixed Media Photographgy by Michael Namingha. Guest artist Sibylle Szaggars-Redford.

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Rain Painting #17, 2015 Mixed Media on Paper 12 x 9 inches

Abstraction #1, 2015 Painted Steel Edition Of 9 14.5 x 14 x 9 inches

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NIMAN FINE ART ARTISTS: Dan Namingha, Arlo Namingha, Michael Namingha, Sibylle Szaggars-Redford STAFF: Frances Namingha, Arlo Namingha, Nicole Namingha

MICHAEL NAMINGHA The Obvious Child, 2015 I Digital C-Print Face Mounted to Plexiglas I 30 inches diameter

ARLO NAMINGHA Dance, 2015 I Bronze Edition Of 12 I 29 x 8.25 x 7 inches

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O. ASCANIO GALLERY 2600 NW 2ND AVE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33127 USA T 1 305 571 9036 | E INFO@OASCANIOGALLERY.COM | OASCANIOGALLERY.COM

O. Ascanio Gallery is a leading art gallery in Miami Florida focusing on Contemporary Art. The Gallery was founded first in 1984 in Caracas Venezuela under the name GalerĂ­a Oscar Ascanio. Then O. Ascanio Gallery was relocated to Miami Florida in 2010.

JORGE BLANCO In the Garden, 2014 I Painted Aluminum I 13.5 x 21 x 7.5 inches

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OTHER CRITERIA 458 BROOME ST. NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA T 1 646 762 0123 | E NEWYORK@OTHERCRITERIA.COM | OTHERCRITERIA.COM/US

Founded by Damien Hirst, Other Criteria collaborates with both established and emerging artists to produce limited-edition prints, books and artworks in a range of different media, including photographs, sculptural works and jewelry.

DAMIEN HIRST Benevolence, 2014 I Silkscreen Print With Diamond Dust I 36 x 36 inches

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PYO GALLERY LA HEIDI CHANG 1100 S HOPE STREET SUITE 105. LOS ANGELES, CA 90015 USA T 1 213 405 1488 | E INFO@PYOGALLERYLA.COM | PYOGALLERYLA.COM

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

HA, JUNG WOO Escape, 2014 I Acrylic And Pen On Canvas I 78.5 x 63.8 x .75 inches

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THE PUBLIC HOUSE OF ART SID SAND NIEUWE SPIEGELSTRAAT 39 AMSTERDAM, NOORD HOLLAND 1017DC THE NETHERLANDS

T 1 312 024 02551 | E INFO@PUBLICHOUSEOFART.COM | PUBLICHOUSEOFART.COM

We believe art is for all. To adorn the walls of castles and bedsits. To disrupt not bankrupt. To move, to shock, to offend or go fabulously with your sofa. This is not a gallery!

JENNY BOOT Luna, 2015 I Photography I 65.63 x 49.21 x 2.7 inches

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RED PIPE GALLERY MAT GLEASON 974 CHUNG KING ROAD. LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 USA T 1 424 226 2485 | E REDPIPEGALLERY@GMAIL.COM | REDPIPEGALLERY.NET

Red Pipe Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based in downtown Los Angeles, focusing on mid-career and emerging contemporary artists.

HALEH MASHIAN STRATA OF COLORS 1, 2015 I Mixed Media I 36 x 36 x 2 inches

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REHS CONTEMPORARY LANCE REHS 5 EAST 57TH STREET, 8TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10022 T 1 212 355 5710 I E LANCE@REHS.COM | REHS.COM

Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., represents contemporary artists that create original works in a traditional style; works that demonstrate an artist’s superior technical skills and classical training. The gallery’s main focus is in contemporary realism, but represent abstract and contemporary impressionist artists as well.

TIMOTHY W. JAHN Side Effects I Oil on panel I 30 x 30 inches

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REN GALLERY RENEE WARREN 716 S. LOS ANGELES ST. SUITE D, LOS ANGELES, CA 90014 USA T 1 213 293-4877 | E RENEE@RENGALLERY.COM | RENGALLERY.COM

Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’s art community REN Gallery is a leading contemporary gallery exhibiting pop, urban, and geometric abstract art. REN Gallery is committed to building unique quality collections for our clientele while fostering the careers of artists based here in Los Angeles.

KNOWLEDGE BENNETT OBAMA COWBOY, 2015 I Silkscreen and Acrylic on Canvas I 72 x 72 inches

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SASHA D ESPACIO DE ARTE ALEJANDRO DÁVILA PRINGLES 1553 CÓRDOBA, CÓRDOBA 5000 ARGENTINA ECUADOR 481 C.A.B.A., C1214ACE ARGENTINA T +54 35 1481 5176 | E SASHADAVILA@YAHOO.COM.AR | SASHADAVILA.COM

This oriented to the promotion of artists enrolled in different disciplines drawing painting sculpture engraving and photography most of them are enshrined and linked contemporary artists.

MIGUEL DÁVILA Balance, 2015 I Mixed Acrylic on Canvas I 51.18 x 55.11 inches

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S.E.A. KYOKO SHIMA PO BOX 416. VENICE, CA 90294 USA

T 1 310 985 2522 | E SHIMA@MAC.COM | SEA-CONTEMPORARY.COM

Shima Entertainment & Art (SEA) establishes a link between Japan and the US for emerging and accomplished artists with a strong message and sense of purpose. SEA presents a solo exhibit of Hiroshi Mori’s work. He is known for his unique style which mixes Japanese pop culture and western classical painting.

HIROSHI MORI Prayer #3, 2015 I Oil, Acrylic, Urethane, Silver Mirror Plating, UV Curing Resin on Aluminum I 455 x 380 x 20 millimeters

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SERGOTT CONTEMPORARY ART ALLIANCE THOMAS SERGOTT 6764 LA VALLE PLATEADA #239. RANCHO SANTA FE, CALIFORNIA 92067 USA T 1 858 756 2377 I E SCAAINBOX@GMAIL.COM | SERGOTTART.COM

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

JEILA RUFEH Tears of Fortitude, 2015 I Encaustic And Mixed Media On Panel I 36 x 40 x 3 inches

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SM FINE ART GALLERY SIMON KWON 54 BAMBOO. IRVINE, CALIFORNIA 92620 USA 458-7 PYEONGCHANG-DONG. JONGNO-GU, SEOUL 110-848. REPUBLIC OF KOREA T +82 10 4108 1595 | 1 949 812 8899 | E SMFINEARTGALLERY@GMAIL.COM SMFINEARTGALLERY.COM

SM Fine Art Gallery is a high-quality fine art gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art. Our experts are here to assist you by providing a wide range of services and art work from all over the world.

MARI KIM Coco Chanel with Letters, 2015 I Acrylic Pen And Spray On Printed Canvas I 35.4 x 30.7 inches

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OH, SE YEOL Untitled, 2015 I Mixed Media Oil On Canvas I 75.3 x 44.1 inches

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9893 S. SANTA MONICA BLVD. BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA 90212 USA T 1 310 890 4282 | E INFO@SOHOGALLERYBH.COM | SOHOGALLERYBH.COM

Soho Gallery Beverly Hills has high quality figurative and abstract paintings, sculptures, and photography from new, emerging artists. Soho Gallery is for collectors who appreciate the fusion between time and styles and who collect beautiful, unique pieces for their homes or private collections.

TIBOR STANKOCZY Invitation in White, 2009 I Oil on canvas I 47.8 x 35.8 inches

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SOHO GALLERY BEVERLY HILLS G STEVE PERKINS III | GALLERY OWNER TIBOR STANKOCZY | ART DIRECTOR Tibor Stankoczy, Irina Daylene, Delta N.A., Yuri Boyko, Robert Wilde, Natasha June, Jimmy Swift, Matthew Wienberg, Matt Pollock, Mauro Moriconi, Andres Stephanou, Demian Dressler, Alek Patek, Bonnie Renee Dawson, Mauro Oliveira, Bristol Mac Donald, Emma Dunlavey, Alex Sher

TIBOR STANKOCZY Underworld, 2015 I Acrylic on Canvas I 66 x 98 inches

TIBOR STANKOCZY Interconnection, 2011 I Photo Print on Canvas I 36 x 48 inches MODERN | CONTEMPORARY

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SMASH GALLERY DAVID FENTON & LILLIE TROY 210 GOLDEN GATE AVE. SAN FRANCISCO CA 94102 USA T 1 415 419 5555 I E DAVID@SMASHGALLERY.COM | SMASHGALLERY.COM

Smash Gallery is committed to​disrupt ​​ convention through art while​​promoting bold, visionary​ ​artists with unique visual perspectives.​ ​Th​rough these​ ​artists​,​ ​the gallery ​explore​s​ the limits of perception and​​revel​s​in redefining ​all that is ​possib​​l​e.

SMASH GALLERY

ULTRALOVE 130CM X 130CM OIL ON CANVAS

BENJAMIN GARCIA

210 GOLDEN GATE AVE BENJAMIN GARCIA

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102

WED-SATI12-5PM Ultralove, 2015 I OilHOURS: on Canvas 50 x 50 inches 415.419.5555

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SUSAN TELLER GALLERY SUSAN TELLER PO BOX 1291. NEW YORK CITY, NY 10113 USA T 1 212 941 7335 I E INFO@SUSANTELLERGALLERY.COM I SUSANTELLERGALLERY.COM

We specialize in mid-twentieth century American paintings and works on paper featuring Urban/Industrial Realism, Modernism, and Surrealism.

WILLIAM BAZIOTES Clown and Clock, 1943-46 I Oil paint and Duco Enamel I 18 x 28 inches

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TAIMEI GALLERY MASANORI DANJO HULIC G7 BUILDING 1F 7-3-5 GINZA CHUO-KU, TOKYO 1040061 JAPAN T +81 3 3574 7255 | E INFO@TAIMEI-G.COM | TAIMEI-G.COM/EN

Taimei Gallery opened in Ginza Tokyo more than forty years ago Since then it has focused on modern domestic and foreign western-style paintings including Impressionist School works The gallery has been made efforts to promote young artists since opening and has focused on contemporary Asian art including emerging

TAKAHIRO IMAI Mirror, 2015 I Oil on canvas I 90.9 x 72.7 centimeters

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TANSEY CONTEMPORARY MIKE & JEN TANSEY 652 CANYON ROAD. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO 87501 USA T 1 505 995 8513 I E JEN@TANSEYCONTEMPORARY.COM | TANSEYCONTEMPORARY.COM

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

GUGGER PETTER Female Head/ Madonna #27, 2015 I Newspaper & Hemp I 67 x 51 inches

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TEN472 CONTEMPORARY ART KAETLIN JENSVOLD BY APPOINTMENT. GRASS VALLEY, CA 95945 USA T 1 707 484 2685 | E INFO@TEN472.COM | TEN472.COM

Contemporary art with an emphasis on sculpture.

KIRK H. SLAUGHTER & ELISABETT GUDMANN COLLABORATION Link Series: Arctic, 2015 I Stainless Steel, Charred Wood (Rotating) I 76 x 24 x 24 inches

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TIMOTHY YARGER FINE ART TIMOTHY YARGER 354 N BEDFORD DR. BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90210 USA T 1 310 278 4400 | E INFO@YARGERFINEART.COM | YARGERFINEART.COM

Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Inc. represents both established and emerging contemporary painters, print-makers, photographers, and sculptors as a complement to its scholarship in historic material of 19th Century artists, the Modern Masters, and Pop icons of the 20th Century.

PANCHO LUNA Blue in Green, 2015 I Mixed media I 18 x 72 x 10 inches

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THE TOLMAN COLLECTION OF TOKYO DAISUKE MARUOKA & ALLISON TOLMAN 2-2-18 SHIBA DAIMON MINATO-KU. TOKYO, MINATO-KU 105 JAPAN

T 1 212 489 7696 | E ALLISONTOLMAN@VERIZON.NET | TOLMANTOKYO.COM

Presenting the finest in contemporary Asian art, specializing in limited editions of contemporary Japanese works on paper.

IMAMURA YOSHIO Echoing Wall, 2014

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VILLA DEL ARTE GALLERIES BERT VAN ZETTEN, MARCEL & JUTTA HUISMAN TAPINERIA, 39 BARCELONA, CATALUNYA 08002 SPAIN NIEUWE SPIEGELSTRAAT, 38 AMSTERDAM, 1017DG THE NETHERLANDS T +0031 207 16 97 26 | E INFO@VILLADELARTE.COM | VILLADELARTE.COM

Villa del Arte Galleries was founded in 1999 in Barcelona and over time it has developed into one of Catalonia’s leading contemporary art galleries. In 2014 we opened a new gallery in Amsterdam which has provided us with greater capabilities to showcase new talent.

EDO KAAIJ Frozen II I Oil and acrylic on canvas I 47.3 x 78.8 inches

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UNIX GALLERY ALEX CESARIA & DANIELA MERCURI 532 W 24TH STREET. NEW YORK, NY 10011 4411 MONTROSE BLVD, SUITE C, HOUSTON, TX 77006 T 1 212 209 1572 | E INFO@UNIXGALLERY.COM | UNIXGALLERY.COM

UNIX Gallery was founded in 2008 in Miami with a distinctive focus on the primary contemporary art market and in 2013 expanded with a location in New York. Representing an international group of established and emerging artists, the gallery stimulates the careers of artists with compelling, unique visions who utilize exquisite artistic execution.

JUSTIN BOWER Interpolated State II, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 84 x 72 inches

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MARCELLO LO GIUDICE Blu Eden, 2002 I Oil and Pigment on Canvas I 59 x 59 inches

PINO MANOS Sincronico Nero Dinamico, 2015 I Acrylic on Canvas I 38 x 60 inches

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WALTER WICKISER GALLERY WALTER WICKISER 210 ELEVENTH AVENUE SUITE 303. NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA T 1 212 941 1817 | E WWICKISERG@AOL.COM | WALTERWICKISERGALLERY.COM

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

SOILE YLI-MÄYRY Asphalt Dream, 2013 I Oil on Canvas I 44 x 55 inches

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WATANABE FINE ART IZUMI WATANABE 2-5-14,HIRANOMACHI,CHUO-KU, OSAKA CITY, OSAKA 5410046 JAPAN T +81 6 6180 6018 | E INFO@WATANABE-FINEART.COM | WATANABE-FINEART.COM

Watanabe Fine art exhibits emerging and established artists from Japan and overseas representing high quality modern and contemporary painting, drawing,sculptures and ceramics.

KENJI TSUTSUMI Recollection, 2015 I Mixed Media I 29 x 36 x 1 inches

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WERD GALLERY TIM MUELLER & DREW O’DOWD 23238 NORMANDIE AVE. TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA 90502 USA T 1 310 740 7876 | E INFO@WERD.LA | WERD.LA

Werd Gallery was founded in 2007 by Drew O’Dowd in Los Angeles, California. Werd Gallery concentrates on contemporary paintings and sculptures. We represent Tim Mueller, Katie Ruiz, and Tariku Shiferaw. We represent artist that are pushing the art world to a new level and leave viewers questioning themselves.

TIM MUELLER Change Is Near, 2015 I Enamel on Canvas I 36 x 48 inches

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ZOOM GALLERY JEWON / SOON - WON NO.1508, 58 YANGHWA-RO, MAPO-GU, SEOUL, S.KOREA SEOUL, SEOUL 04045 REPUBLIC OF KOREA

T +070 8875 1725 | E ZOOMGALLERY@NAVER.COM | ZOOMGALLERY.CO.KR

Yi,Gye-Reon/Ha,Young-Sang/Park,Yil-Hwa/Park,Mi-Jin/Lee,Jae-Pil/Hwang,DooSoon/Shin,Ji-Ah/Kim,Ki-Im/Lee,Young-Hee/Kim,Byung-Soo/Kim,Kwang-Han/ Kwon,Jong-Hyun/Shin, dong-Sook.

YI, GYE - REON The Mother’s Room, 2015 I Mixed Media I 56x56 centimeters

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57 PROJECTS PETER STEVENS & MARK ALLEN LOS ANGELES, CA USA T 1 310 490 0685 I E MALLENDESIGN@EARTHLINK.NET I 57PROJECTS.COM

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

MARK ANDREW ALLEN Art Walk, 2015 I Mixed Media On Wood Panel I 48 x 24 x 1.5 inches

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186 PROJECTS LIN YUEXI 786 PINEFALLS AVE. WALNUT, CA 91789 USA T 1 626 999 7919 I E 186PROJECTS@GMAIL.COM

In 2010, 186 Projects was founded as a bridge between the art worlds of the U.S. and China. It is a conduit for exchanging American and Chinese contemporary art through exhibitions, art fairs, and other art ventures. We will present Liu Dadi, Fan Xiaoqiang, Ping Haiwu, & Wang Yunfei’s photograph in LA Art Show 2016.

LIU DADI Project #3, 2015 I Photography I 180 x 160 centimeters

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ANTLER GALLERY SUSANNAH KELLY & NEIL PERRY 2728 NE ALBERTA STREET. PORTLAND, OR 97211 USA T 1 503 284 6757 | E GALLERIST@ANTLERPDX.COM | ANTLERPDX.COM

Antler Gallery showcases the highest caliber contemporary art from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. We have a focus on nature-based works that are figurative, illustrative, or narrative.

JOSH KEYES Quake, 2015 I Acrylic on Birch Panel I 12 x 18 x 2 inches

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ARTISTS REPUBLIC TORREY COOK 1175 SOUTH COAST HWY, LAGUNA BEACH, CA 92651 USA T 1 949 988 0603 I E TORREY@AR4T.COM I ARTISTS-REPUBLIC.COM

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

SUPER FUTURE KID Kiddie Pool Dreams, 2015 I Oil on Canvas I 42 x 44 inches

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COAGULA CURATORIAL MAT GLEASON 974 CHUNG KING ROAD. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90012 USA T 1 424 226 2485 | E 88GALLERY@GMAIL.COM | COAGULACURATORIAL.COM

Launched in 2012 by published critic/curator Mat Gleason, Coagula Curatorial exhibits veteran, mid-career, and emerging Los Angeles contemporary artists such as: Karen Finley, Llyn Foulkes, Gronk, Coop, Tim Youd, Sheree Rose, Abel Alejandre, Leigh Salgado, Robbie Conal, and others.

FRED TIEKEN DEVIL MAY CARE, 2015 I Acrylic on Canvas I 48 x 48 x 2 inches

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COPRO GALLERY GARY PRESSMAN, DIRECTOR | GREG ESCALANTE, OWNER 2525 MICHIGAN AVE. T5. SANTA MONICA, CA 90404 USA T 1 310 829 2156 I E COPRONASON@MSN.COM I COPROGALLERY.COM

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

KAZUHIRO TSUJI Frida Kahlo, 2015 I Platinum Silicone, Human Hair, Resin, Acrylic Paint I 80 x 36 x 36 inches

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DANIEL ROLNIK GALLERY DANIEL ROLNIK 1431 OCEAN AVE. SANTA MONICA, CA 90401 USA T 1 310 729 3399 I E DANIELROLNIK@GMAIL.COM I DANIELROLNIKGALLERY.COM

Daniel Rolnik Gallery is #1!!! We are the friendliest art gallery in the Wild West, led by the world’s most adorable art critic, Daniel Rolnik. Come explore original art, books, and prints from the weird and wonderful pockets of America.

TRIPPER DUNGAN Beard Buddies, 2015 I Mixed Media I 12 x 18 x 2 inches

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FLOWER PEPPER GALLERY HUAN GU 121 E UNION ST. PASADENA, CALIFORNIA 91103 USA T 1 626 795 1895 I E CONTACT@FLOWER-PEPPER.COM I FLOWER-PEPPER.COM

Flower Pepper Gallery exhibits contemporary art from local and international artists in the heart of Old Pasadena. We hope to continue to be a platform for contemporary art in Pasadena for many more years to come. So be sure to stay tuned for exciting new projects and exhibitions!

LEILA ATAYA Poison, 2015 I Acrylic on Board I 11 x 9 x 2 inches

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GAUNTLET GALLERY LUKE LOMBARDO 1040 LARKIN ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109 USA T 1 415 590 2303 | E INFO@GAUNTLETGALLERY.COM | GAUNTLETGALLERY.COM

Gauntlet Gallery opened its doors in December of 2012. As a gallery we are committed to creating an approachable and engaging platform for emerging and established artists.

SEAN NEWPORT Blurred Motion, 2015 I Acrylic On Hand Cut Poplar Wood I 48 x 48 x 3 inches

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GREGORIO ESCALANTE GALLERY GREG ESCALANTE 978 CHUNG KING ROAD LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 USA T 1 323 697 8727 | E INFO@GREGORIOESCALANTE.COM | GREGORIOESCALANTE.COM

Founded by Greg Escalante, the gallery is committed to showcasing a wide range of innovative artists, established and emerging, from the US and beyond.

JEFF GILLETTE Castle Slum, 2015 I Acrylic and Collage on Canvas I 36 x 48 inches

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PARADIGM GALLERY + STUDIO JASON CHEN & SARA MCCORRISTON 746 S 4TH ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA 19147 USA T 1 267 266 0073 I E INFO@PARADIGM-GALLERY.COM I PARADIGMARTS.ORG

Featuring: Sarah Louise Davey, Caitlin McCormack, Paige Smith (aka A Common Name), and Luke O’Sullivan Established February 2010, Paradigm Gallery + Studio exhibits accessible and diverse contemporary works from artists around the world in a welcoming space, with a focus on Philadelphia-based artists.

CAITLIN MCCORMACK Summerchest, 2015 I Crocheted Cotton String, Glue, Velvet, Steel Pins, Wood I 20.5 x 20.5 x 1.75 inches

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RED TRUCK GALLERY NOAH ANTIEAU 938 ROYAL STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 70116 USA T 1 504 522 3630 | E REDTRUCKGALLERYNOLA@GMAIL.COM | REDTRUCKGALLERYNOLA.COM

An art gallery based in New Orleans with a focus on unique art and a welcoming atmosphere that is in warm opposition to the customary frills and stark white walls of the traditional art scene.

BRYAN CUNNINGHAM Painted Pin-Ups, 201 I Mixed Media I 28 x 21 x 2 inches

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THINKSPACE GALLERY ANDREW HOSNER 6009 WASHINGTON BLVD., CULVER CITY, CA 90232 USA T 1 310 558 3375 | E CONTACT@THINKSPACEGALLERY.COM | THINKSPACEGALLERY.COM

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

ALEX YANES Necessary Courage, 2015 I Acrylic, Resin and Mixed Media on Hand-Cut Wood I 48x48x6 inches

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THINK TANK GALLERY JACOB PATTERSON 939 MAPLE AVE SECOND FLOOR. LOS ANGELES, CA 90015 USA T 1 916 670 3801 I E THINKTANKGALLERY@GMAIL.COM | THINKTANKGALLERY.ORG

Think Tank Gallery is a 13.5k sq ft industrial gallery space in DTLA. It boasts a Post-Street Art vibe that remains indebted to spectacle. They revel in audience immersion and insightful but striking work by thoughtful artists, at the spear-tip of experiential, alternative art.

SCOTT HOVE Cakeland Installation, 2012-2014 I Mixed Media

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ROBERT WILLIAMS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The LA Art Show in conjunction with Littletopia is proud to announce the first ever Artist Lifetime Achievement award honoring Robert Williams. Robert almost single handedly created a new art movement (originally called LowBrow) that is now seeing huge influence in almost every strata of the art world. The Littletopia section of the LA Art Show may not even exist if it wasn’t for Williams’ dogged determination to change how contemporary art was perceived. He did this by taking a notion of what new art could be like and setting himself up as a model of success for the many other like minded artist to follow. In his writings like the “Rubberneck Manifesto” (from Williams’ book Visual Addiction), and his paintings like “The Land of Retinal Delights” he squared of with Duchamp himself, asserting that the idea is not everything and that a complex concept executed in a skillful and beautiful painting might actually be better than just an idea and might be the future of art. A quick 20+ year survey bears this out with important publications and major Museum shows from MOCA to MoMA validating his importance. His idea to start Juxtapoz Art Magazine (now the largest selling art magazine in the world) may eclipse his importance as a painter with its untold influence over the past 20 years. Now bigger and stronger than ever, the sky is really the limit for this new movement in the next 20 years. With all this drive and dedication it is only fitting that Robert Williams is recognized for his great contributions to creating a bigger better art world for all of us to enjoy.

DECLINE OF SOPHISTICATION, 2013

Oil on Canvas 66 x 50 inches

PUPPETS ORCHESTRATING PUPPETS, 2013

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DEATH BY EXASPERATION, 2010

Oil on Canvas 30 x 36 inches

THE EVERYWHERE AT ONCE CABRIOLET, 2011

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CREATION TRUMPS CREATOR, 2009

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GALERIE BRUNO MASSA BRUNO MASSA 46, RUE RENÉ CLAIR PARIS, IDF 75018 FRANCE 510-520 WEST 21ST STREET. NEW YORK CITY, NY 10011 USA T 1 917 499 2943 | E CONTACT@GALERIEBRUNOMASSA.COM | GALERIEBRUNOMASSA.COM

galerie bruno massa based in Paris & NYC was founded in January 2013 and is dedicated to exhibit the latest works of contemporary art.

KLOE VANO Untitled, 2015 I Oil On Canvas I 51.2 x 76 x 1.97 inches

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BBAX 2525 MICHIGAN AVE., UNIT F2. SANTA MONICA, CA 90404 USA

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BUILDING BRIDGES ART EXCHANGE (BBAX) is dedicated to cultivating international cultural relations through the arts. Our mission is to facilitate a variety of international art exchanges, artists residencies, educational programs, and workshops that engage local communities and contemporary artists around the world.

ZHENYA GERSHMAN Christopher, 2014 I Oil On Canvas I 60 x 44 inches

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ETC ART GALLERY DAVID EDDINGTON 2003 MAIN ST. SANTA MONICA, CA 90405 USA

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Every Thing Changes- ETC Art Gallery and Dogtown Realty work as a creative collaborative, providing an art outlet for international and local artists.

DAVID EDDINGTON Ecology and Essential Thinking, 2015 I Acrylic and Collage on Canvas I 60 x 58 inches

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MB ABRAM GALLERIES MB ABRAM 1155 S. GRAND AVE. LOS ANGELES , CA 90015 USA T 1 310 738 5235 I E MBABRAMGALLERIES@GMAIL.COM I MBABRAMGALLERIES.COM

MB Abram Galleries offers fine tribal and contemporary artwork by appointment. For the LA Art Show, MB Abram Galleries is showing a 30 year body of work by contemporary artist and poet Jan Haag in the needlepoint medium.

JAN HAAG Mukhra / Tukra / Chakradar in Tintal & Rupaktal, 1996 - 2001 I Needlepoint I 18 x 26.5 inches

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PIGMENT GALLERY FERRAN JOSA ENRIQUE GRANADOS 61. BARCELONA, BARCELONA 08007 SPAIN T +34 65 885 0773 I E INFO@PIGMENTGALLERY.COM I PIGMENTGALLERY.COM

Pigment Gallery was born in 2016, to Ferran Josa and the team of the GalerĂ­a Miquel Alzueta. With sixteen years of experience in the sector, Ferran Josa initiates this major change of direction, along with Miquel Alzueta, establishing this space in the center of Barcelona with the idea of becoming a future reference for contemporary figuration.

LIDIA MASLLORENS S/T, 2015 I Acrylic And Bleach On Paper I 180 x 195 centimeters

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BERT GREEN FINE ART BERT GREEN 8 S MICHIGAN AVE SUITE 620. CHICAGO, IL 60603 USA T 1 312 434 7544 I E BERTGREENFINEART@GMAIL.COM | BGFA.US

Bert Green Fine Art represents and exhibits emerging and mid-career artists. We also work with specialty print houses including Aardvark Letterpress in Los Angeles, El Nopal Press in Los Angeles, and Hoofprint Workshop in Chicago to produce unusual and rare limited edition lithographs, letterpress, and photographic prints for both the primary and secondary market.

MEGAN GECKLER Your Prisms Ring So Clear, 2014 I Lettepress I 18 x 24 inches

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VERNE COLLECTION INC. MICHAEL VERNE 2207 MURRAY HILL RD. CLEVELAND, OH 44106 USA T 1 216 231 8866 I E VERNEGALLERY@ATT.NET | VERNEGALLERY.COM

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

HIROSHI YOSHIDA Sailing Boats Evening, 1941 I Woodblock I 24 x 26 inches

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NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHINA

VISION OF C HI N ESE CON T EM P OR A RY A R T ORGANIZED BY NATIONAL BASE FOR INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL TRADE (SHANGHAI) CHINA CULTURAL MEDIA GROUP SUPPORTED BY BUREAU FOR EXTERNAL CULTURAL RELATIONS MINISTRY OF CULTURE, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA SPECIAL THANKS TO BLUE SKY COMMUNICATIONS, INC. (U.S.A.)

For nearly three decades, Chinese artists have been tirelessly exploring new thoughts, ideas, and languages in contemporary art. They have gone from creating visual representations of the balance being struck between China’s development and its impact on the natural environment, to depicting how contemporary artists live and how their minds have changed with a more independent approach. This profound shift in their creative focus is grabbing the attention of the international art community. Indeed, mindfulness of artists’ existence and an awareness of the environment are the defining features of contemporary art, to the extent that if art fails to bring out human emotion, it is not worthy of the title “contemporary”, be it Chinese or Western. Democracy and liberalness are the mainstream of global art. For this year’s LA ART SHOW, we will be presenting works by up-and-coming young artists active in China’s contemporary art scene, based on the theme “Emotions and Sentiments: Vision of Chinese Contemporary Art” at the National Exhibition of China. Participating artists include Chen Xidan, Huang Weian, Lv Cun, Liang Gang, Lu Yunhua, Shen Chunxia, Si Yuan, Tang Yunhui and Yu Liming, who have made their names in China, and independent artists Boun, Hu Yong, Justin Y and Tony Song, first-timers to the event who are based abroad. In their works, they give a visual representation of their sentiments and emotions, using their individual means of expression and unique artistic language. Some of their works will debut, as part of the highlights at the exhibition. The exhibition intends to reveal the psyche of China’s contemporary artists and the interaction with their surroundings. Etymologically, the word “emotion” describes something in motion; it is a reflection of how individuals interact with their environments and how these interactions sustain or change. Sentiments, on the other hand, denote how individuals feel about the social consequences of those interactions, so sentiments cover both senses that are closely related to emotions and feelings born of experiences. The participating artists have drawn inspiration from the most trivial and mostly overlooked everyday objects, their favorite things and fleeting but nuanced moments, through which they express, vent and divert emotion. Using varied means of expression – metaphorical, part factual and part fictional, or downright abstract, they display the unique aesthetics and rich expression deep in their hearts. The audience will see in their creations how East meets West, their enduring mental strengths, and the mark they have left on contemporary art. Abstract art is not about randomly drawn lines; only solid drawing skills allow it to be a vehicle for free artistic expression.

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Human beings look at the world with emotion. People spend their entire lives awash in a complicated sea of emotions, and remain engaged with the rich inner world of roiling sentiments. China’s young artists give contemporary art a good name by looking long and hard at their own existence and psychological wellbeing. They care about society and try to fit into it; their values and judgment are formed through their social experiences. Their artworks, therefore, represent an outward expression and distillation of their life experiences, thoughts and values, as well as their unique take on the age they live in and the social relations of which they are a part. The LA Art Show provides an important window onto China’s contemporary art. It is a grand show of a myriad of original artwork by a generation of Chinese artists linking different creative traditions, giving a sense of how very far China’s contemporary art has come, and in what direction it is headed in the future. NATIONAL BASE FOR INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL TRADE (SHANGHAI) Authorized by the Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China in October 2011, The National Base for International Cultural Trade (NBICT) is established as the country’s first base at the national level for international cultural trade, and the only entity that provides public services in this field to operate in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (SHFTZ). Tapping into the potential of existing enabling policies and functional advantages in SHFTZ, NBICT offers comprehensive services to support operations in a wide range of areas, including international trade fairs, international purchases, international settlements, import and export customs brokerage, financial investment, business consulting, policy study and professional training, as well as exhibition, warehousing and rental services for bonded goods. 33F, No 2, Maji Road, China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone T +86 21 58697777 E gaosiqiong@soict.com.cn culturetrade.com.cn PARTICIPATING GALLERIES: TRAIL OF FLAME IMAGE SPACE

SHANGHAI TIAN QING GALLERY

Room 309, No.5 Warehouse of The Old Dock, No.725,

Room B50, Hall 1, 13th FL, Hongxin Rd, Shanghai, 201101 China

Waima Rd. Huangpu District, Shanghai, China

Contact: Zhu Xiaoqing

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SHANGHAI ART FAIR INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CO. LTD.

Floor 1, NO.128 North Shanxi Road Jing’An District

Room 212, Office Bldg.1, No.3 Lane 345, Shilong Rd

Shanghai, China

Shanghai, China

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LYEE ART 203, Jing’an Exhibition Center, NO.928 Xikang Road Shanghai, China Contact: Miao Liangjun T +86 18502131199 E archermiao@lyind.com

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SHANGHAI ART FAIR Shanghai Art Fair, established in 1997, has been successfully held under the support of Saulterretimized art event, which not only bridged the gap between worldwide and Shanghai, public and art, but also shaped a paradigm for the domestic art fairs. Shanghai Art Fair delegation has participated in the third annual LA ART SHOW, will bring the most outstanding abstract artist Boun’s artwork this year, aims to show the contemporary Chinese abstract art style through this international event, to open a new window for the international art market to understand abstract art. Boun, a Sino-Vietnamese painter, was born in 1962 in Vientiane (Laos). He lives in France since 1973. He is a member of the French International Academy of Arts and also a member of the European Academy of Arts. Boun has his own particular style. Boun’s sensitivity and vision of the world and things that surround it, leading the paintings naturally. His pictorial artworks are dictated by his sensitivity, imagination and ideal. People can feel Boun’s endless appetite for artwork creating, passion for his own intense colors and physical commitment from his paintings easily, as the force, emotion and magnetic power is always emerging from his paintings Shen Chunxia was born in Huai’an, Jiangsu Province, and grew up in Nanjing. She is a professional painter and a member of the China Arts and Crafts Association and the Jiangsu Artists Association. She also serves as a guest painter for the Chinese Famous Modern Artists Museum Gallery. She has studied under famous modern painters Yang Lizhou and Wang Yingchun, and has learnt much from Mr. Wang Zhong. Shen Chunxia lost her heart to art when she was a little girl. She started her career as a painter in her middle age and has since achieved great success. After years of hard work, she is now the creator of hundreds of oil paintings and prints. Her works feature novel themes, exquisite composition, and vigorous colors, creating a modern and fantastic impression.

BOUN, B.1962 FLEUR D’HIVER, 2001 Oil Painting 150 x 150 cm

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TRIAL OF FLAME IMAGE SPACE Abstract photography, in artist Hu Yong’s point of view, should be an image production process that goes beyond the subject itself yet still reflects the essence of that subject. By going beyond the subject itself, an image departs from merely reproducing natural appearances and tries to express something else - something unreal. This is where the charm of abstract photography lies. The process is a combination of inspiration and creativity.

HU YONG, B.1957 FLYING, 2015 Collect Art Level Micro Spray 100 X 130 cm

HU YONG, B.1957 THE WAXING & WANING OF THE MOON, 2015 Collect Art Level Micro Spray 100 X 130 cm

LYEE ART Lyee Art investment Ltd., dedicated to promoting cultural industries as its corporate goal, focuses on a wide range of areas including culture, real estate, education and finance. Since its establishment, Lyee Art has developed an operation pattern which integrates creation, planning, investing, leasing and media, with the full support from the National Base for International Cultural Trade (Shanghai), the local governmental Cultural Industrial Office, Phoenix Satellite TV, Soufun and other organizations and companies. Through the past years of endeavors, Lyee Art has made achievements in art leasing, art exhibition planning, micro art auction, cultural real estate planning, brand art programming and miniature art. For this exhibition, Lyee Art will present Chen Xidan’s watercolor and embroidery paintings of Master LvCun LvCun, born in 1955, is an artist of Jiangsu Danyang Zhengze Painting Academy. Lv is the grandson of Lv FengZi who is a famous artist and educator, what’s more, Lv is the third generation descendant of Zhengze Embroidery and he is a master of industrial arts in China.

CHEN XIDAN, B.1936 THE STREETS OF PARIS, 2014 Watercolor on Paper 56 X 76 cm

LV CUN, B.1955 THE ANCIENT VILLAGE IN ANHUI, 2015 Embroidery 30X40 cm

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SHANGHAI TIAN QING GALLERY The artist Justin naturally gravitates to all that is beautiful, bright, and cheery. He is attracted to bold colors, shimmering material, and glittering metals. His humble beginnings in a historical town in Malaysia set the backdrop for his quest to see the world. He has set his sights on the world`s biggest and brightest cities because he believes that`s where all that`s exciting happens. He has traveled the world in search of all its glory: from ancient cities and palaces to deep sea nature reserves, deserts, snow capped mountains and aboriginal settlements. What fascinates and influences his work are the struggles of these cultures to create and survive their surroundings – leaving behind a worthy heritage.

JUSTIN Y, B.1972 PROMISED LAND, 2014 Finger Painting with Acrylic on Canvas 117 X 102 cm

LIANG GANG,B.1960 RHYTHM, 2013 Watercolor on Paper 80 X 80 cm

Liang Gang, interprets his “Rhythm” through watercolor art. The function of the instrument itself creates a wonderful temperament. Even though watercolor painting is visual, Liang`s “Rhythm” is like a musical instrument, transformed into a painting. It creates the visual perception of beauty. This tells us that the perception of art is about rethinking art itself, not to say that natural beauty is not visual art. It`s because artwork has an over-reliance on the natural world.

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SHANGHAI TIAN QING GALLERY Yu Liming, Contemporary visual artist, Member of China Photographers Association. Conflicts have become the focus; derailment is continued with conflicts, as for artists, ‘ conflicts’traditional and modern, conservation and openmind, new and old, normal and abnormal, all of which are to break the present, to surpass oneself and the current status. When conscience of focus develops into desire, it’s hard to get rid of it, both sex and interests form the paradox in sociology, appreciating the works has an impact on our souls.

YU LIMING. B 1961 A MAID OF MODERN ATHENS Photography 41 X 27 cm

The Emptiness Teachings are the core of Zen Buddhism and the practice. It is a big challenge to paint Emptiness because it “speaks volumes”. My paintings refer to this deep level of Zen Buddhism that transforms presence into absence and thus creates a transcendent phenomenon. Through my paintings, I communicate Western philosophies and culture while bringing together Chinese culture. I seek to find the fullness and emptiness during the meditative interaction of painting and making a spiritual statement in purely existential terms. HUANG WEIAN. B 1975 ESSENCE OR BEING, 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 102x122 cm

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SHANGHAI LING ART CO., LTD Aka LU Yunhua, born in 1960 in Shanghai, member of China Artists Association, famous artist. In the Chinese art world, LU is well known for his unique style and excellent representations of space. His works are imbued with aestheticism and lead you into a world that is warm, ambiguous, alluring and erotic with his languages of both figurative and abstract.

LU YUNHUA, B.1960 SPIRITUAL GARDEN SERIES, 2013 Acrylic on Canvas 100 X 100 X 3 cm

Tang Yunhui is a certificated painter of Shanghai Painting and Calligraphy Academy, certificated national senior painter, supervisor for MFA candidates in Donghua University and member of Shanghai Painters’ Association. His works have been selected into numerous significant national and local exhibitions, displayed for solo exhibitions in Shanghai and Beijing and collected by many collectors. Since 2010, his works have invited to the spring and autumn auctions by companies like Poly Auction, Duoyunxuan, XilingYinshe Auction and Rongbaozhai, and have been attended the Shanghai Art Fair since 2009.

TANG YUNHUI, B.1961 WALKING SLOWLY, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas 80 X 40 cm

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

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TRANSITION OF INHERITANCE “INHERITANCE” IS AN OLD SUBJECT, WHILE “TRANSITION” IS A NEW EXPRESSION.

In Chinese, “transition” has various meanings; the most common is wading in the water. Crossing a river from one bank to the other can also be known as “transition.” However, “transition” emphasizes the procedure, rather than the result. There are an infinite number of ways one can cross a river. Each approach can be unique. The same principles are applied to the field of art. The theme for the exhibition is “transition of inheritance.” The theme focuses on respect and dependence on inheritance, with connection to tradition. The phrase stresses creation on the basis of tradition, but also pays attention to the rules of how it is created. Transition focuses on the progressive development instead of immediate accomplishment. Inheritance is a river of history and culture; “transition” would be the ripples. The ripples are a mark of transition. “Transition of inheritance” also means: to inherit and transit the river of time. The contemporary outcome is created by use of traditional skills. The evolution of Chinese civilization has manifested an integration of meanings of inheritance, continuation, and creation. Creation of China’s contemporary art is composed of both local cultural tradition as well as Western. The artists need to learn from the ideology of Western contemporary art, but also reflect upon their artistic traditions and values. Artists should guide new contemporary art by utilizing different values, methodology, and cultural logic on the basis of respecting, researching and understanding the tradition. In light of this, we emphasize the affirmation of the basic cultural position “inheritance” and the acknowledgement of the art’s “transition” of the era. Through the “Charm of Ink and Wash” and “Gorgeous Intangible Cultural Heritage,” we aspire to surpass the boundaries between fine art, folk and religious art. We aim to give outstanding Chinese artworks exposure through the renowned international art platform. We appreciate audiences that see the opposite bank, the process of art inheritance. Artists still “transit” bravely; the process being the source of all art life.

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WANG FEI BORN IN ANHUI, CHINA, 1965. VICE DEAN OF CHINESE NEW INK AND WASH PAINTING ACADEMY. LIVES AND WORKS IN BEIJING. 2013 “Scale of Freedom (the 4th)” –Chinese Contemporary Ink to Basel, Miami, US Ink and Wash’ 30- Wang Fei’s Solo Exhibition, Fuyang Art Museum, Anhui, China 2012 Chinese Ink in A Century, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France 2009 Contemporary Art Exhibition in the 60th Anniversary of People’s Republic of China From Wang Fei’s “Face” Series, we may think of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”. The face in Munch’s painting is expressionism, based on the loneliness and sadness of human being in the latter part of the 19th century and the early part of the 20th century. Besides, people may also remember Salvador Dali’s “Premonition of Civil War”, in which lies an surrealist face with extreme pain. Behind these faces, there is a disintegration of traditional values. They have shown the moaning of a era. However, Wang Fei uses pure Chinese ink with plain black and white to reveal the situation of human at the turn of the 20th and 21st century. These expressions have shown anxiety, hesitation and surprise. Who are these people? Nobody of the great time or great man in a tiny time?

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SHEN XIANGYIN BORN IN SHANGHAI, 1984, ARTIST, NOW WORKS AND LIVES IN BEIJING. 2015 Chinese painting “Visible Wings, Memory and Dream”, the 6th Beijing International Art Biennale (China Artists Association, National Art Museum of China) 2015 Chinese painting “Unforgotten Memory”, the Excellence Award (highest award) of Chinese painting at the 5th National Youth Art Exhibition (China Artists Association, China Art Museum) 2015 Chinese painting “Silk Road-Beauty”, “Beautiful New Silk Road, Chinese Art in Dingxi” National Chinese Painting and Oil Painting Exhibition (China Artists Association) 2015 Chinese painting “Soul of Mount Huang- Watch the Lotus Peak at Qianhai” “Chinese Dream- Soul of Mount Huang” National Landscape Painting Exhibition (China Artists Association) 2015 Chinese painting “Story of A Small Town”, 2015 Shanghai Chinese Painting Exhibition (Shanghai Artists Association, China Art Museum)

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SHEN XIANGYIN As a representative of Chinese young artists and a cultural ambassador of “China Dream”, Shen Xiangyin’s artworks not only have a distinct personality, but also have strong artistic affection. Shen Xiangyin always focuses on free-hand painting style, and seeks for the combination of appearance and spirit. Her painting is a reflection of the combination of Chinese painting’s tradition and contemporary cultural context.

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YIN YI BORN IN SHANDONG, 1954. CONTEMPORARY ARTIST. DIRECTOR OF ART SCIENCE CENTER AT CHINA ART SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE. “Silver Tide”, the 8th National Art Exhibition of China “Call of Life”, the 9th National Art Exhibition of China, won the Excellence Award Has held solo exhibitions in Jinan and Beijing in China, Los Angeles and Philadelphia in US, Leipzig in Germany. Has attended group exhibitions in Jinan, Yantai, Qingdao in China and in Japan and Mexico. Yin Yi’s art style could be summarized as unique, elegant and varied. His artworks made people think about the German artist Gerhard Richter, for his painting keeps changing all the time. He tries to maintain the internal relations of classic Chinese ink and wash painting while tending to keep other artists at a distance. Yin Yi began his research through material, technique, quality and realistic, freehand and abstract effect. After a long period of tough study, he formed his personal art language and style, which can be seen in his painting series such as snow land, mountain, field, stone in the water, vegetation and mist.Yin Yi has drew lessons from Chinese traditional painting and Western artists, but he still keeps a distance with them to maintain his independence. He tries to seek a new, personal and various ink and wash world with an international point of view. In a sense, he is not only a contemporary artist, but also an inheritor and a pioneer of Chinese ink and wash art. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY IN THE MIST, 2015 Chinese Painting Colors On Canvas 100x80cm

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VITALITY UNDER THE SKY, 2015 Chinese Painting Colors On Canvas 150x120cm

MORNING TUNE, 2015 Chinese Painting Colors On Canvas 60x80cm,

LANDSCAPE IN THE DREAM, 2015 Chinese Painting Colors On Canvas 150x120cm

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ZHUANG YUJUN BORN IN HAIFENG, GUANGDONG PROVINCE, CHINA, 1957 | LIVES IN BEIJING

Aug. 2014 Peripateticism Yizhuang- Zhuang Yujun’s Traditional Chinese Painting Exhibition, held by Art Committee of Chinese Artists Association and Shenzhen Federation of Literature and Arts, Fushuntang, Shenzhen 2013 Published “Zhuang Yujun’s Traditional Chinese Paintings-Leisurely and Carefree Mood” (Rongbaozhai Press) 2012 Published “Zhuang Yujun’s Traditional Chinese Paintings-Brushwork and Ink” (Peoples Fine Arts Press) 2002 Published “Zhuang Yujun’s Calligraphy and Painting” (Huaxia Culture and Fine Arts Press) On 16th Sep., 2015, Zhuang Yujun began his journey on Route 66. He has visited a lot of cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis etc. During this journey, he has painted series American celebrities’ portraits with Chinese ink and wash to show his American impression. Zhuang Yujun’s freehand brushwork figure painting seems like the official script and the seal character. However, he keeps going deep into the connection between calligraphy and painting instead of staying on the brushwork. Zhuang Yujun tries to integrate the most complicated emotion into little brushwork and “writes”every brushwork. “I wish my painting’s succinctness is like the poems of the Tang Dynasty, and the lifelikeness is like the Beijing Opera.”

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DING ZHUJUN Born in Jiangxi,1959. Graduated from Chinese painting Dept. at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts. Artist of Hubei Hubei Province Federation of Literary and Arts, national level artist, member of China Artists Association and China Calligraphers Association.

FOREST IN THE LIGHT RAIN Rice Paper And Ink 136×68cm

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ZHAI PEIHONG Born in Beijing,1968.Graduated from College of Fine Arts at Capital Normal University. Committee member of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Research Institute. Professional artist. Works and lives in Beijing.

REST IN THE FIELD Oil on Panel 40×50cm

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LI GEYE

Born in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China, 1976. Now is PhD. of Chinese National Academy of Arts in Beijing “SIEGE NO.8” Ink and Color on Paper 39×39×3 cm

ZHANG YUXIN

Born in Liaoning Province, China, 1963. Now works and lives in Shenzhen, China. “CHRYSANTHEMUM” Ink, Mixed Media 116x96cm

SHEN QIN

Born in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. Now is PhD at China Academy of Arts, Hangzhou. “BORN NO.2” Ink on Paper 138x34 cm

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INK ELEMENTS NO.20130329 Xuan Paper, Ink 96×90 cm

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Born in Puning, Guangdong Province, China, 1962 Now works and lives in Beijing.

Born in Heze, Shandong Province, China, 1977. Now works and lives in Beijing and Wuhan.

Born in Nanjing,1959. Vice dean of Art Academy of Capital Museum of China. Now lives and works in Beijing.

JIA QIUYU

Born in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China, 1974. Now works and lives in Tianjin ON THE ROAD Ink on Paper 97x37 cm

YU ZHENGU

Born in Shanghai,1954. Professor of Savannah College of Art and Design. Lives and works in US and China

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CHINESE REDWOOD FURNITURE Chinese Redwood Furniture Culture Research Institute-Changshu Suzhou Style Redwood Furniture Culture Research Institute Chinese Redwood Furniture Culture Research Institute was founded by China Furniture Association and Haiyu Township People’s Government of Changshu in 2013. The well-known scholar of furniture culture in Ming and Qing Dynasty, professor Pu Anguo is the dean of this institute. The major task of the institute is to study and propagandize the brilliant cultural tradition of Suzhou style redwood furniture and promote the development of Chinese redwood furniture.

CHANGSHU YAOLONG REDWOOD FURNITURE Yaolong Redwood Furniture locates in the biggest

ZEN CHAIR AND FLOWER STANDS African blackwood 86×69×63cm(chair), 50×30×87cm(flower stand)

manufacturing base of Suzhou redwood furnitureChangshu. It is famous for the products’ precise mortise and tenon structure, delicate carving and rich lacquer, and also the various styles of furniture, such as classical garden and study series, Shanghai style wealthy family series, modern Chinese family series, modern European series, contemporary simple and fresh series, luxury office series, hotel, club and teahouse series, small gift series and some customtailored series.

CHANGSHU YONGTAI REDWOOD FURNITURE

Changshu Yongtai Redwood Furniture was founded in 1992. The Ming and Qing style classical furniture made by Yongtai Redwood Furniture always have excellent material from India and southeast Asian countries, such as red sandalwood, siam rosewood, tulipwood and so on. In Jun. 2015, the Cabinet with Crackled Ice Pattern from Yongtai Redwood Furniture has won the “Masterpiece Prize” of the 3rd Chinese Redwood Furniture Boutique Show.

CABINET WITH CRACKLED ICE PATTERN Burma Tulipwood 109×50×197cm

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BEIJING JINFEI REDWOOD FUNITURE Beijing Jinfei Redwood Funiture (shortly as “Jinfei Redwood”) was founded in 1996, which has 3 types of furniture: Jinfei Treasure Series for ordinary cosumers, Jinfei Fortune Series and Glory Series for high-end cosumers. The Jinfei Redwood Gallery, Ming and Qing Style Redwood Gallery, Jinfei Red Sandalwood Gallery, Jinfei Boutique Gallery and Jinfei Culture and Art Collection are called as a signpost of Chinese redwood market.

ROUND-BACKED ARMCHAIR WITH NARROW WAISTLESS TABLE, Siam Rosewood 72×55×100cmx2(chair), 50×40×70(table)

MING STYLE BOOK CABINET Paduak Wood 93x40x200cm

TAIHE REDWOOD FURNITURE Taihe Redwood Furniture-Beijing Shijixuanhe Chinese Classical Furniture Research Institute was founded in 2006. It is a comprehensive cultural institute of furniture restoration, palace furniture’s research, design and sell. In the area of Chinese redwood, the art furniture designed by Taihe Redwood Furniture and the Palace Museum has been called “Furniture Emperor”. It has revealed the secret of the ancient royal furniture, and made them suitable for contemporary families.

PALACE CHAIRS WITH HIGH TABLE Siam Rosewood 63X50X99cm(chair), 50X40X76cm(table)

WANLI CABINET Siam Rosewood 55.8×28×98x2cm

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SELF REFLEXION A PERFORMANCE BY YANA CLARK CURATED BY MARISA CAICHIOLO

Yana Clark (1984) grew up in an ecovillage in an natural preservation area in Brazil, experiencing art in all aspects of her life. She received her Bachelors in Fine Art in 2011 at the University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Yana’s life-long pursuit of impossibilities, resolving and integrating mutually exclusive polarities: viewer and viewed; exhibitionism and anonymity; ultimately, the simultaneous perception of personal minutia and an all-encompassing “everything.” Her most recent work, Self RefleXion (2010), most directly addresses these dichotomies, its shape-shifting array of micro-mirrors constantly pursuing the integration of everything, literally and figuratively reflecting our existence as fragmented perceptions and experiences. Self RefleXion, is an interactiv e living sculpture from the series Body of Light. Viewers, initially mesmerized by the human form as a glittering compositions of light are rewarded for their closer examination with thousands of fragmented selfreflections. The frontiers of the time, space, body and mind are investigated with the mirrored body. In an interactive pas de deux, every movement of the performer and viewer expresses a point along an infinite continuum of possible images and realities, forging a surreal self portrait through the body of another, inviting viewers to experience existential and interpersonal questions: I see you... I see myself in you... who are you? Who am I? A reflection of the world? Is the world my reflection?... yanaclark.com

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DANSAEKHWA II THE TRACES OF FOUR ARTISTS KIM HYUNG DAE | LEE SEUNG JIO | YOO BYEONG HOON | YOUNG-IL AHN CURATED BY YOON JIN SUP PRESENTED BY BAIK ART, LOS ANGELES AND GALLERY SESOM, KOREA

YOUNG-IL AHN WATER S-397_1997, 2008 I Oil on Canvas I 44 X 84 inches

The international art world has recently been expressing a growing interest in Dansaekhwa (Korean monochrome painting). The third Gwangju Biennale in 2000 was a historic occasion for the history of Dansaekhwa, as Korean monochrome painting and Mono-ha, both of which emerged almost simultaneously in Korea and Japan between the late 1960s and the mid-1970s, were presented together in an exhibition, entitled “The Facets of Korean and Japanese Contemporary Art.” Over ten years later, in 2012, not only was the term ‘Dansaekhwa’ introduced to an international artistic vocabulary, but Korean monochrome painting became a staple art form at home and abroad from the exhibition, “Dansaekhwa: Korean Monochrome Painting,” at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Korea. In the course of the next three years, Dansaekhwa garnered an international

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LEE SEUNG JIO Nucleus 77-7, 1977 I Oil on Canvas I 57.2 x 44 inches

recognition that resulted in its presentation at a collateral event at the 2015 Venice Biennale. A most recent exhibition at Christie’s in New York, “Forming Nature: Dansaekhwa Korean Abstract Art,” further solidified Dansaekhwa’s standing in the global art scene. Through featured articles in international magazines such as ‘Frieze’, ‘ArtAsiaPacific’, and ‘ARTCO,’ Dansaekhwa gained additional traction in an even larger art community. Acquisitions of Dansaekhwa by prestigious institutions, including Museum of Modern Art in New York, are a testament to a substantial enthusiasm for Korean monochrome painting.

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YOO BYEONG HOON, Forest. Wind-Slient (Detail), 2004 I Acrylic on Canvas I 89.4 x 57 inches

Characterized by a collective conscious, tactility and performativity, Dansaekhwa presents an abiding spirit of Korea as the “Land of the Morning Calm� in abstract fashion where tradition, history, and culture are disintegrated on a flat surface. Because of such distinct foundation from which Korean monochrome painting rises, it lies outside the artistic orbit of Western minimalism. Through repetitive movements the first-generation Dansaekhwa painters presented on canvas the material properties of oil paint or hanji (traditional Korean paper). They envisioned imbuing the painted surfaces with a spiritual value through a repetitive performance of dabbing, painting lines, or removing paint from a canvas and then refilling it.

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Such creative practices that lie at the core of Dansaekhwa since the early 1970s has culminated to a global recognition for distinguished aestheticism of Korean monochrome painting. At the LA Art Show, representative works of Kim Hyung Dae, Lee Seung Jio, Yoo Byeong Hoon, as well as Young-il Ahn, who have individually established their oeuvre since the eighties, will be presented in a special exhibition, entitled “Dansaekhwa II: The Traces of Four Artists.”

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CONTEMPORART BY CRISTÓBAL VALECILLOS PRESENTED BY TIMOTHY YARGER FINE ART

Giving continuance to my idea of creating beauty with waste, I scavenge upon my remembrance of art. The great Renaissance artists, the timeless classics that caught my attention and forever occupied a space in my memory and therefor provided inspiration throughout my life. The museum in which we met for the first time, the space, the moment in my life. These notions have mingled for decades in my mind. It is now, in my new body of work, where I invite you to be a part of my discernment of Art. Henry Fuseli and Diego Velázquez are amongst the Masters I have selected to reinterpret. The XVIV, XVII and XVIII centuries are my muses. Within the space I will construct, also in cardboard, an unfinished interior and exterior of a XVII century structure. My photographs will hang opposed to a small photograph of the original inspiration. For the opening night a life model dressed in Renaissance fashion made entirely out of recyctled paper material will inhabit this space. Throughout the remaining time of the installation the model will be replaced by a mannequin.

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DO ART FOUNDATION The Do Art Foundation is an art organization focused on the curating of artistic works in the public realm by developing projects that revitalize both physical and social landscapes, creating convivial experiences and catalyzing cultural exchanges. Do Art introduces artist Jana Cruder, showcasing her newest work as both performance and installation. Cruder’s “Way of the Modern Man” represents an investigation into the sociological, physiological, and consciousness-adaptive experience of how we live now. It is an artistic interpretation of an anthropological study assessing the latter side of the bell curve in man’s physiological evolution observing the emotional and physiological changes that have occurred in conjunction with the advent of the smartphone. With spines bending toward the will of these devices, our inherent social inclination has engendered an addiction to a truncated, facile mode of communication favored in the forms of text, image and Emoji. Determined to document this shift in our human interactions and posture, she installed a conceptual and formal structure – both a physical space and a conduit for exploring the contrast between the projected and observed self. In this isolation/observation booth each participant spends about 30 minutes in a private session with the artist.

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DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ART WALK Dear Attendee, The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk is excited to participate in the 2016 LA Art Show. As one of the best known art events in Los Angeles, the Downtown Art Walk attracts over 12,000 attendees to the Historic Core on the 2nd Thursday of each month for an evening filled with art, culture, and performances. Since 2004, Art Walk has remained the premier self-guided public art phenomenon in Downtown Los Angeles, bringing together art lovers, community members, and repeat visitors who collect art, dine, and shop at local businesses. During the 2015 year, we celebrated the artwork of over 200 artists, guided more than 900 art lovers on numerous gallery and mural tours, had our first short film festival, and worked with and promoted over 40 local galleries. The Art Walk continues to take an active role in International programs as well, including Vision Fest LA, IAA-UNESCO’s World Art Day and International Women’s Day. The Downtown Art Walk is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization with a dedicated team whose mission is to promote the visual arts and culture in Downtown Los Angeles, not only on 2nd Thursdays, but all year round through programming, collaborations, and cultural initiatives such as the Kinder Walk, Historic Core Mural Tours, Gallery Tours, and local events such as Night on Broadway. Through collaborations with other entities such as the LA Art Show, the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk continually engages diverse communities in the City of Los Angeles. Thank you for visiting the LA Art Show, and we will see you next year! Qathryn Brehm Executive Director Downtown Art Walk 411S. Main Street Los Angeles CA 90013 www.downtownartwalk.org

CATHERINE COAN You Are Unique in All the World, 2014 Taxidermy, Furniture, Paper | 36 x 30 x 11 inches

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CATHERINE COAN Father Nature, 2014 Taxidermy, Furniture 60 x 66 x 48 inches

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, I’d like to tell you our Fine Art Dealers Association story. It all started with a single phone call. When Bill Karges called his longtime friend, George Stern, in 1990 saying he wanted to start an association of premiere art dealers in Southern California, FADA was born. The original founding eight members focused on two goals: building recognition for their collegial not-for-profit organization of art dealers, and putting on the most important art show west of the Mississippi. This year FADA celebrates its 26th year as a respected association of established art dealers located in cities all over the US –— some with additional locations abroad. This trusted gallery network is dedicated to promoting the highest degree of professionalism, scholarship and integrity and to offering quality works of art whose authenticity is carefully researched. Our prestigious LA Art Show evolved over 17 productions to the LA Convention Center in 2009 with 125 exhibiting galleries, 40,000 visitors, and many special features. A few years ago we passed the torch to The Palm Beach Show Group and, to this day, we continue to support our legacy with great pride. Promoting scholarship has always been a FADA priority. Continuing in that tradition, this year we begin a collaboration with Independent Curators International (ICI) supporting a replication of admired collector Gertrude Stein’s Salon de Fleurus to travel to venues around the world. We invite you to take a peek of a “corner” of that Salon in our booth at the LA Art Show 2016. Sincerely,

Betina Tasende, President Board of Directors: Susan Bodo, Sergio Cernuda, Heidi Chang, Stuart Denenberg, Steven Diamant, Jonathan Novak, Howard Rosenbaum For more information visit us at FADA.org or contact Jane Glassman, Executive Director, T 310.659.9888

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SALON DE FLEURUS Salon de Fleurus is an educational institution dedicated to assembling, preserving, and exhibiting memories on early modern art. A simulacra of Gertrude Stein’s Parisian salon, it is a project that displays and references a story of modern art’s beginnings through collecting and exhibiting, and through the social history of the salon itself. The Salon de Fleurus questions where, why and how certain narratives of modern art originated through the structure that first canonized them. Its permanent installation was located at 41 Spring Street, New York, and was open to the public from 1992–2013. Now, under the auspices of Independent Curators International (ICI) the Salon de Fleurus will travel around the world to continue to question the ways we remember and make sense of art history. Salon de Fleurus is a traveling exhibition organized by Salon de Fleurus and Independent Curators International (ICI), New York. The exhibition and tour are made possible by The Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA), and with the generous support from ICI’s International Forum and the ICI Board of Trustees.

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careers in the arts. Our unique status as a non-profit organization provides us with the flexibility for system, thereby positioning the system, organization as a driver of innovative, contempora ing beyond what is possible in the commercial gallery thereby positioning the organization as Mindful of the huge impact that emerging artists make to all aspects of our shared quality of life, LAAA r of innovative,believes content in Los Angeles. As THE place for emerging art in Los Ascontemporary THEthatplace for emerging art in Los Angeles, LAAA serves as both a feeder reso emerging artists, even the most non-traditional talents, require access to a professional s, LAAA servesexhibition as both space a feeder resource for the larger artand community and a highlygreater visible platform community and highly visible platform and theacareer support to expand realizethat their fosters singular artistic visions.awareness The successes for excitin sters greater awareness for exciting, emerging artists. 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

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RICHARD SLECHTA Roused Spasm, 2015 | Light on Photo Paper | 30 x 30 inches

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TRAVELLERS IN TIME: THE FRAGILITY OF THE HISTORICAL MEMORY AND POLITICAL POWERS ACCLAIMED SPANISH ARTIST LLUIS BARBA PRESENTED BY THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERY

Lluís Barba’s monumental photographs depict contemporary society using the same iconography as historical masterpieces. Each of his works is comprised of an ‘underpainting’ overlaid with contemporary visual references creating a symbolism and frame of reference that invite the viewer to navigate between the historical and ever changing contemporary celebrity driven landscape we live in. This unique exhibition will include the West-Coast exclusive viewing of the artist’ seminal work —a reimagining of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’— and this will be the first time this work will be shown in Los Angeles following The Artist’s Solo Museum Show ‘Travels In Time’ At The Fundacio Vila Casas, Barcelona. In Barba’s Guernica, 2014 he uses as a backdrop the Picasso painting made in response to the 1937 bombing of Guernica. A series of cultural portals in the photographic collage invite you to roam and consume. The journey begins in the foreground as a mass of collaged children’s faces, displaced from various sites of conflict, carpet the ground. Everywhere there is threat, but also hope: a tank is covered with flowers; a rainbow shoots towards an agonised woman; Angelina Jolie is an emissary of peace; and Yoda from Star Wars floats above the scene, a wise and powerful force. Barba will also reveal a new work commissioned by LA Art Show. This special project is presented by Cynthia Corbett Gallery during the LA Art Show, January 27-31, 2016. The artist will also present a rare lecture on Saturday, January 30th at 2pm titled Travellers in Time: The Fragility of the Historical Memory and Political Powers

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LLUÍS BARBA La Muestra de Gersaint Watteau, Edition of 6, 2016 C- Type Digital Print Perspex Mounted | 48 x 79.4 inches

LLUÍS BARBA Imaginary View of the Louvre in Ruins, Hubert Robert, Edition of 6, 2015 C- Type Digital Print, Perspex Mounted | 47 x 59 in

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DAYS OF FUTURE PAST EXHIBITION SHOWCASES ARTIST MARI KIM’S ANIME-INSPIRED PORTRAITS PRESENTED BY SM FINE ART GALLERY

At one time, Korean women enjoyed an almost equivalent status to men in society. That changed over the course of the Chosun Dynasty, when Confucianism gained momentum. During this period women were primarily relegated to the home. Days of Future Past, curated by Simon Kwon, Director of SM Fine Art Gallery, examines the changing gender roles in Korea, and spotlights a new generation that is empowering youth and changing culture. With the rise of Confucianism, Korea saw a resurgence in traditional gender roles and social hierarchy. Korean women were dissuaded from artistic expression. However, since the Korean War, society has changed dramatically. “The new generation of Koreans is free to pursue their dreams regardless of gender. Mari Kim is a product of this new environment for younger generations.  Her work has been influential in Korea and has been steadily growing an international following.  In a country where it was taboo for women to be expressive, she is now a major influence on popular culture.,” states Simon Kwon, curator of Days of Future Past. Days of Future Past is a special solo show of Mari Kim’s artwork. Heavily informed by her training in animation, Mari Kim incorporates bright colors and bold lines to create simplified and idealized figures. Most of her works depict young women and many include fairy tale or other popular characters.

MARI KIM Heavenly Roof 1, 2015 I Ultrachrome Ink Printed on Canvas I 130 x 130 centimeters

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MARI KIM Heavenly Roof 2, 2015 I Ultrachrome Ink Printed on Canvas I 130 x 130 centimeters

MARI KIM Hello Stranger 1, 2015 I neon texts installed on ultra chrome ink printed canvas I 140 x 118 centimeters

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The Museum of Latin American Art celebrates its 20th anniversary and recent AAM accreditation with a major Permanent Collection exhibition. MOLAA at Twenty: 1996–2016 presents the Robert Gumbiner Founding Collection and other Permanent Collection highlights acquired over the past two decades, including recent acquisitions of Chicano art. 20TH ANNIVERSARY MILESTONES

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MOLAA, in partnership with Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG) and the Richardson Center for Global Engagement, sent five Los Angeles artists to the Taller Experimental de Gráfica in Havana, Cuba in October 2015 for a one week printmaking exchange—the first of its kind. Los Angeles artists include: Margaret ‘Quica’ Alarcón, Rogelio Gutierrez, Dalila Paola Mendez, Delilah Montoya, Erin Miyo Stevens, and Ernesto Yerena. In January 2016, SHG will host Cuban artists Yamylis Brito, Carlos del Toro, Dairén Fernández, Aliosky García and Octavio Irving. Visit MOLAA’s booth at LA Art Show to see a preview of L A Havana.

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JUDITHE HERNÁNDEZ Luchadora Trilogy, 2009 Pastel on paper 44 x 90 inches

YAMILYS BRITO JORGE A Cold War Popsicle, 2015 Screenprint and collage 22 x 30 inches

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FROM THE STREETS TO CANVAS Most people agree that quality public art is desirable. But after the unveiling and the party, art in public spaces can take on a life of its own. Economics, cultural history, and changing neighborhoods are among the factors that move public art past the original intent of the artist. This exhibit, along with “MCLA’s Mural Renaissance in DTLA: Challenges of Expression and Legacy,” a discussion of the economics and preservation of public art moderated by Isabel Rojas-Williams, will showcase the historical and cultural evolution of some of Los Angeles’ notable and changing pieces of art displayed in public. Embracing LA’s visual art culture, this exhibit will include, among others, Carlos Almaraz, Christopher Brand, Espi, Ignacio Gomez, Willie Herrón III, Steve Martinez, MEAR ONE, Art Mortimer, Gilbert Ortiz, Frank Romero, Shizu Saldamando, Evan Skrederstu, and John Valadez. Live painting will be by UGLARworks (Unified Group of Ltos Angeles Residents) led by pioneer muralist Willie Herrón III. The exhibition, inspired by LA’s mural culture, will connect the street and the canvas. Curated by Isabel Rojas-Williams Executive Director Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA). Featured Artists include: Carlos Almaraz, Christopher Brand, Espi, Ignacio Gomez, Willie Herrón III, Steve Martinez, MEAR ONE, Art Mortimer, Gilbert Ortiz, Frank Romero, Shizu Saldamando, Evan Skrederstu, and John Valadez.

GILBERT ORTIZ Lita Kent Twitchell’s 1983 Lita Albuquerque Monument

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THE MURAL CONSERVANCY OF LOS ANGELES FROM THE STREETS TO CANVAS

IGNACIO GOMEZ Zoot Suite LA ESPI Yokai!

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CARLOS ALMARAZ Hawaiian Palms EVAN SKREDERSTU Time Travel

HERRÓN, SKREDERSTU | BRAND, MARTINEZ The Modern Muralist

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THE MURAL CONSERVANCY OF LOS ANGELES FROM THE STREETS TO CANVAS

MEAR ONE Revolution

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THE MURAL CONSERVANCY OF LOS ANGELES FROM THE STREETS TO CANVAS FRANK ROMERO Carro con Corazón

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VIRTUES & VICE STREET ART EXHIBITION CURATED BY G. JAMES DAICHENDT FEATURED ARTISTS INCLUDE: ALL THE GIRLS LOVE EARL, JENNIFER KORSEN, AMANDA MARIE, RESTITUTION PRESS, SEPTERHED, ANNA TARATIEL & THRASHBIRD

Virtues & Vice examines the distinct paths created by All the Girls Love Earl, Jennifer Korsen, Amanda Marie, Restitution Press, Septerhed, Anna Taratiel & Thrashbird, and the opportunities that they have created to thrive in the crowded landscape that is contemporary street art. Curated by G. James Daichendt, Virtues and Vice looks at the commercialization of street art since it started to gain popularity and prominence in art and pop-culture. The “Street artists run from the romantic to the pragmatic and the borders of what these concepts entail have become muddy and porous. Even the act of curating something ideal connotes professionalism and a stance of reflexity is necessary. In this context, virtues become vices and vices become virtues leading to a crisis of distinctiveness for the artists and their associates. Given this tumultuous landscape, the following artists have each forged their own distinct path and created new opportunities for themselves and their work to survive and prosper in a crowded landscape, “ states Daichendt.

ALL THE GIRLS LOVE EARL, 2015 Oil Can Installation

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AMANDA MARIE Salutations Mixed Media on Canvas 2 x 3 feet

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Performances will take place at the following times: Wednesday, 1/27 | 9PM Thursday, 1/28 | 4PM Friday, 1/29 | 4PM Saturday, 1/30 | 4PM Sunday, 1/31 | 12PM Issai Tanaka of Gallery Kitai is one of Japan’s leading young calligraphy artists. His style ranges from modern to traditional. Tanaka writes in huge KAISHO (a printed style of calligraphy). It is said that only a giant or monster can write in this size, but Issai is a regular sized man. Issai Tanaka will begin with one word, which will be explained as the piece progresses. At the end of the show, the artist will have explained why each word was chosen. Careful and meticulous, it takes the artist more than 10 minutes to create each word.

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CASE Olympic Blvd. & Flower St.

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FOR SOME FRESH ART These murals and many more are right outside the door – take a stroll and explore South Park. Join us on Sunday, Jan. 31 at 11AM for a free guided mural tour, offered by The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles (MCLA), of the outdoor public art in the South Park neighborhood. For more information, visit southpark.la

Managed by the South Park Business Improvement District (BID)

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AntiqueIndianArtShow.com Opening Night Proceeds Benefit:

2016 Opening Night Gala: Tuesday, August 16th, 6pm-9pm 2016 Show Dates: Weds., Thurs., Fri., August 17th-19th, 11am-5pm In The Railyard: El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM

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2016.4.30-5.3 北京 全国农业展览馆

National Agriculture Exhibition Center, Beijing 当代馆/经典馆/设计馆/公共艺术

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WILLOW STUDIOS 1320 PALMETTO STREET, ARTS DISTRICT DOWNTOWN LA — BETWEEN SANTA FE AVE. & MATEO ST.

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JAN. 29-31 2016 A WEEKEND OF ART, DESIGN, MULTI-MEDIA AND PERFORMANCE ART IN DOWNTOWN LA’S ARTS DISTRICT.

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ObjectsofArtSantaFe.com Opening Night Proceeds Benefit:

2016 Opening Night Gala: Thursday, August 11th, 6pm-9pm 2016 Show Dates: Fri., Sat., Sun., August 12th-14th, 11am-5pm In The Railyard: El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM

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KR MARTINDALE SHOW MANAGEMENT PRESENTS

FEBRUARY 19-21, 2016 MARIN CENTER, SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA Over 150 Dealers and Artists selling antique American Indian, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and Contemporary American Indian Art Jewelery, Bead-work, Baskets, Textiles, Carvings, Pottery, Sculpture, and Paintings

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Opening Night Preview Benefit:

Sponsors:

This year The American Indian Art Show/Marin is being held in conjunction with the San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show, bringing together two historic shows to create one of the major weekends of the year for American Indian and Tribal art. This Summer: The Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe, August 16th-18th, 2016

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