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Simon Bilodeau Le monde est un zombie Installation (Image detail) Courtesy of Art Mûr (Booth B05) Photo by Guy l’Heureux


SCOPE Art Fair, Inc. 355 West 36th St, 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10018 P +1 212 268 1522 F +1 212 268 6258 info@scope-art.com scope-art.com Production

Management

Thanks

Founder Alexis Hubshman alexis@scope-art.com

We would like to thank all participating galleries for their enthusiasm, dedication, and contributions to the international contemporary art world. We would also like to thank all returning exhibitors for their loyalty and welcome all first time exhibitors to SCOPE New York 2012.

Show Director Mollie White mwhite@scope-art.com Operations Site Designer Daniel Laburu dlaburu@scope-art.com

SCOPE Team.

Communications info@platform-international.com platform-international.com

Head of Communications Ebany Binks ebany@scope-art.com Project Manager Rachel Kaplan rkaplan@scope-art.com Graphic Designer Gia Kang gkang@scope-art.com PUBLIC RELATIONs Public Relations Director Daria Brit Shapiro daria@scope-art.com EXHIBITOR RELATIONs Exhibitor Relations Sonja Hofstetter sonja@scope-art.com FINANCE Finance Controller Kathleen Neilson finance@scope-art.com SCOPE Foundation Co-Director Lilah Freedland lilah@scope-art.com

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INTERNs Asya Bachelis James E. Hall Sira Kim Edward S. White


Contents 07 Welcome 09 Fair Information 10 Event Schedule 13 14 16 18 30 36 40 42

Programs Programming Overview The SCOPE Foundation Special Projects Featured Section Scheduled Events Lounges Technology

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Exhibitors and Floor Plan Exhibitors List Floor Plan Exhibitor Profiles

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SCOPE Welcomes You Following the tremendous success of its Miami edition, SCOPE Art Show returns to New York City for the eleventh year, with an exciting, high-profile location across from The Armory Show. The 30,000 square foot pavilion on 57th St and 12th Ave will host SCOPE’s flagship fair, SCOPE New York, featuring over 60 international galleries and museum-quality programming that will highlight groundbreaking, emerging work in contemporary art and beyond. SCOPE New York’s First View will take place on Wednesday, March 7, with proceeds benefitting New York-based non-profit, chashama. With over 45 art fairs spanning more than a decade, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. SCOPE’s extensive reach enables an unrivaled opportunity for networking with art patrons, creative professionals and a culturally relevant public audience. Renowned for presenting the most innovative galleries, artists and curators, SCOPE Art Shows in Miami, Basel and New York have garnered extensive critical acclaim, with sales of over $200 million and attendance of over 425,000 visitors.

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First View Wed March 7 3pm - 9pm For VIPs & Press (or $100 donation at door) Proceeds benefit chashama

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Daily THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P01

Daily THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P01

Daily THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P01

Daily INFINITY TROPHY ROOM Installation Pavilion Lounge | P02

Daily INFINITY TROPHY ROOM Installation Pavilion Lounge | P02

Daily INFINITY TROPHY ROOM Installation Pavilion Lounge | P02

Daily IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04

Daily IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04

Daily IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04

Daily SENGEN’S WINDOW LCD Installation Pavilion | P05

Daily SENGEN’S WINDOW LCD Installation Pavilion | P05

Daily SENGEN’S WINDOW LCD Installation Pavilion | P05

3pm - 9pm First View THE SCOPE FOUNDATION AWARD | Nominees filmed by WelcometoCOMPANY

4pm - 6 pm RUMS OF PUERTO RICO Cocktail Event Booth A26

4pm - 6 pm RUMS OF PUERTO RICO Cocktail Event Booth A26

4pm - 6pm OPENING COCKTAIL HOUR SCOPE Pavilion & Rums of Puerto Rico

6pm PANEL DISCUSSION: Top 5 Artists To Watch This 2012 By Invitation Only Off-site | Soho House, NY

5:30- 7:30 pm BURN BEFORE READING Pavilion Lounge | P03

5:30- 7:30 pm BURN BEFORE READING Pavilion Lounge | P03

8pm THE ONE FIFTY VIP & Press Reception Off-site | JIMMY By Invitation Only

10pm OFFICIAL SCOPE PARTY Off-site | To Be Announced

10pm OPENING RECEPTION Off-site | Le Bain Confirmed by Guest List RSVP only WELCOME

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Daily THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P01

Daily THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Installation Pavilion Entrance | P01

Daily INFINITY TROPHY ROOM Installation Pavilion Lounge | P02

Daily INFINITY TROPHY ROOM Installation Pavilion Lounge | P02

Legend Cocktail Event Film Program Performance Special Event Special Project

Daily IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04

Daily IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04

Daily SENGEN’S WINDOW LCD Installation Pavilion | P05

Daily SENGEN’S WINDOW LCD Installation Pavilion | P05

4pm - 6 pm RUMS OF PUERTO RICO Cocktail Event Booth A26

4pm - 6 pm RUMS OF PUERTO RICO Cocktail Event Booth A26

5pm FILM SCREENING: New York is Now By Invitation Only Off-site | Soho House, NY 5:30- 7:30 pm BURN BEFORE READING Pavilion Lounge | P03

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Program Overview

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The SCOPE Foundation

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Special Projects The City is Wilder Than You Think... Infinity Trophy Room Burn Before Reading The SCOPE Foundation AWARD If There is One, Has God Been To Ikea? Sengen’s Window Focus: Puerto Rico

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Featured Section The Diamond Den Aperture Foundation chashama Artists Wanted | Year In Review 2011

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Scheduled Events Panel Discussion: Top Five Artists to Watch Film Screening: New York is Now The One Fifty

40 Lounges 40 La Esquina 41 Rums of Puerto Rico 42 Technology 42 Augmented Mountain 43 COLLECTRIUM


Program Overview Special Projects

THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK...

FEATURed SECTION

IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA?

THE DIAMOND DEN

INFINITY TROPHY ROOM

SENGEN’S WINDOW

APERTURE FOUNDATION

BURN BEFORE READING

FOCUS: PUERTO RICO

CHASHAMA

Pavilion Entrance | P01 Robert Montgomery delves into our collective unconscious with his melancholic site specific text-based work.

Pavilion Lounge | P02 Primary Projects presents Kenton Parker‘s room of endlessly multiplying trophies exploring the dual natures of victory and defeat.

Pavilion Lounge | P03 The CENTER presents a spoken word series based on texts & Oral Tradition, in addition to a performance series. Wed | Fri | Sat | 5:30 - 7:30pm

Pavilion | P04 Brent Birnbaum’s installation composed from hundreds of trash-bound Ikea shelves. Curated by A.M.F Projects

Pavilion | P05 David Rosenbloom’s sixscreen LCD installation is a mysterious, moving montage of Tokyo bay at night, as seen from the perch of Mt. Fuji.

Pavilion | P06 Five Puerto Rican artists engage the current sociopolitical climate of their country. Courtesy of cART Watch Project.

THE SCOPE FOUNDATION AWARD

Booth B07 Aperture, a not-for-profit, presents the best photographic work - in print, person & online. Stop by the booth for information on artists talks.

Booth A25 chashama, one of New York’s oldest & most respected notfor-profit, supports communities by transforming temporarily vacant properties into spaces where artists can flourish.

ARTISTS WANTED

Booth A05 Presenting the grande prize winner of Year in Review 2011, in their SCOPE booth. Featured artist: Andreas von Gehr.

Pavilion & Various Locations Presented by Welcome toCOMPANY. Five SCOPE artists are nominees for the prestigious award.

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Booth A01 Curated by A.M.F Projects. Referred to as “The Lady Gaga of Consciousness and Spirituality”, artist & Interfaith Minister Rev. Lainie Love Dalby presents The Diamond Den.

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OPENING RECEPTION

LA ESQUINA

AUGMENTED MOUNTAIN

Off-site | Le Bain Opening Night Reception Presented by The Standard, NY Guest list RSVP confirmation required for entry. Wednesday | March 7 | 10pm

Pavilion Lounge La Esquina Catering, is an exciting new extension which offers a means to recreate the La Esquina experience for both grand-scale and intimate events.

OFFICIAL SCOPE PARTY

RUMS OF PUERTO RICO

Off-site | To be announced SCOPE’s official party welcomes the weekend by celebrating New York, its home town. Friday | March 9 | 10pm

Booth A26 Serving their range of rums and providing information on beautiful Puerto Rico. Daily Cocktails | 4pm - 6pm

Inside & Outside Pavilion Palimpsest iPhone and iPad app enables the creation of virtual narratives attached to real-world physical space. Visit SCOPE Special Projects.

COLLECTRIUM

Check-in Counter The SCOPE iPhone and iPad app provides centralized access to digital catalogues, program information, and artwork.

The One Fifty

Off-site | JIMMY VIP & Press Reception Presented by SCOPE and Mr & Mrs Smith. JIMMY at The James Thursday | March 8 | 8pm By Invitation Only

PANEL DISCUSSION

Off-site | Soho House NY Top Five Artists to Watch this 2012: SCOPE & Beyond. A distinguished panel make their individual selections from SCOPE NY & beyond. Thursday | March 8 | 6pm By Invitation Only

FILM SCREENING

Off-site | Soho House NY New York is Now Presented by Noah Becker in conjunction with SCOPE. A fast-paced trip through the contemporary art scene now. Saturday | March 10 | 5pm By Invitation Only 15

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About The SCOPE FOUNDATION Launched in 2007, The SCOPE Foundation is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to the promotion of International Contemporary Art both in and out of the marketplace. With several distinctive initiatives, CENTER, AWARD and UNION, The SCOPE Foundation supports the growth of new galleries, the exposure of unrepresented artists and the engagement of the surrounding communities in SCOPE’s host cities. Additionally, The SCOPE Foundation supports other not-for-profit institutions through donations and strategic partnerships.

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CENTER

AWARD

UNION UNION

The CENTER supports individual, emerging artists and curators, in a wide variety of mediums, including Film, Video Installation, Performance and Sound. Focusing on specific projects and fundraising in order to bring them to fruition, artists and curators work closely with The CENTER to create new, often site-specific, works and interactive projects. The CENTER also pays homage to art education by administrating the ground-breaking Vanguard Program, which activates Artist Mentorships, Collector Mentorships and Personal Development Auctions.

For each edition of SCOPE Art Show, The SCOPE Foundation honors emerging artists, galleries and independent curators of extraordinary promise, by presenting awards that bolster creative exposure and professional profile. Previous recipients of the SCOPE Foundation AWARD have built thriving careers, projects and businesses that enjoy critical accolades within various sectors of the arts.

Always striving to support advancement in the arts, The SCOPE Foundation presents UNION; an offshoot that strategically partners with like-minded not-for-profits, institutions and initiatives to realize even greater goals. We are also pleased to offer opportunities, gifts and donations to organizations with outstanding direction and impact in the contemporary cultural landscape.

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Special Projects

THE CITY IS WILDER THAN YOU THINK... Pavilion Entrance | P01 Robert Montgomery Presented by the SCOPE Foundation

Robert Montgomery delves into our collective unconscious with his melancholic The City is Wilder Than You Think, 2012. This new large, site-specific text work engages dialogue with passers-by in a similar way to Montgomery’s billboard work which uses the Situationist concept of detournement; hijacking advertising space in the city, and replacing the advertising with poetry. His work is often political and he has been embraced by both the antiwar movement and Occupy movement, but the themes of this piece are more universal, “a love poem to the city”. This is a major new work from his Recycled Sunlight Series, designed to run on solar power and change with the weather. Robert Montgomery is one of the most talked about new artists in London. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art where, while still a student, he initiated the Aerial Project, a landmark exhibition funded by the Scottish Arts Council, opening the streets of Edinburgh to contemporary artists. He has been a core Artist-in-Residence at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and his work is in the museum’s permanent collection. He has exhibited at Transmission Gallery in Glasgow, The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, the BALTIC in Newcastle and the Orientale* show at the most recent Venice Biennale. Montgomery’s work is represented by Galerie Nuke in Paris and Galerie Analix-Forever in Geneva. This is his first installation of his work to be presented in New York.

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Robert Montgomery | The City Is Wilder Than You Think... | Installation, 2012 19

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Special Projects

INFINITY TROPHY ROOM

Pavilion Lounge | P02 Kenton Parker Curated by Primary Projects

Exclusively created for SCOPE New York 2012, Parker’s Infinity Trophy Room, literally, reflects multiplying images of the embodiment of physical and mental dominance, the illusion of triumph and the ultimate gesture to mask the deepest insecurities and failures of the individual. For Parker, the trophy elucidates a dual nature of victory and defeat: the victorious have their own hubris, their self-assurance of accomplishment rendered as a simply made romantic statuette while the ‘losers’ are often the real winners who simply go unrecognized for their efforts. The essence of peer group competition and the psychology of a phallic symbol of pride are at play within the network of Parker’s trophies. Artistic achievement (popularized by the Oscars or Tony Awards) is called to mind as a politicized issue that seems to rely more on awarding those with underhanded agendas versus a testament to creative genius. As a whole, this imposing group of trophies act simultaneously as reliquaries of ability and sportsmanship and reminders of the vulnerability that lies beneath. Parkers installation is curated by Primary Projects, a multidisciplinary space, positioned at the heart of Miami’s Design District, which aims to explore and promote multiple forms of aesthetic expression from established and emerging artists, alike. Utilizing extensive, and wholly specific, experience in producing street-level curatorial endeavors in Miami, the creative forces behind Primary Projects unites the commercial and critical efforts of artists, critics, curators, professionals and patrons; the result is the vital presence of an intelligent, alternative arts environment with a bold urban sensibility delivered through a diverse range of media.

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Kenton Parker | Infinity Trophy Room | 2012, Image courtesy of Primary Projects 21

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Special Projects

BURN BEFORE READING

Pavilion Lounge | P03 The CENTER, Cinders Projects, Lilah Freedland & The ProFailure Press

scope-art.com/index.php/foundation cindersgallery.com

THE SCOPE FOUNDATION AWARD

Pavilion & Various Locations Presented by WelcometoCOMPANY

The CENTER, Cinders Projects, Lilah Freedland and The ProFailure Press collaborate on Burn Before Reading, a collection of small edition and handmade books, text based artworks and Oral Tradition, a reading and performance series. Participants include: Kevin Hooyman, Chris Day, Public Fiction, Dunja Jankovic, Jocko Weyland, STO, Chris Habib, Ric Ocasek, Visitor Design, Mother News, Bongout, Will Robison, Sara Register, Andrya Ambro, Liz Enz, Zach Layton, Jef Wolfy Scharf, Ben Fine, Taylor Hall, Brute Force, Christine Edwards, Matt Bua, Matthew Bakkom, Steve Five, Chrissy Conant, Shannon Ebner, Carrie Dashow, Nick Stolle, Aaron Diskin, Alexandra Posen, Will Robison, Alison Busch, Sara Shaul, Emily Noelle Lambert, John Christopher Morton, Aaron Diskin, Mike Guy, Tim Harrington, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Tayor, Kelie Bowman, Birdsong Collective. Readings: Wed March 7 Fri March 9 Sat March 10

5:30pm - 7:30pm 5:30pm - 7:30pm 5:30pm - 7:30pm

ProFailure Coffee & Donuts: Daily from 11am - 2pm

With the generous support of WelcometoCOMPANY, SCOPE New York is pleased to showcase the work of five extraordinary artists, all of whom have been nominated for this year’s SCOPE Foundation AWARD. Nominees for the award will be filmed by WelcometoCOMPANY at SCOPE New York’s pavilion during First View, Wednesday, March 7th, 3pm-9pm. The winner of the SCOPE Foundation AWARD will receive 100 square feet of exhibition space at the next SCOPE show, as a featured highlight of the Special Programming. Additionally, the winning artist will receive an opportunity to create an installation in the WelcometoCOMPANY ArtV (RV), which will debut at the Official SCOPE Party, Friday, March 9th, 10pm onwards. The winner of the SCOPE Foundation AWARD, presented by WelcometoCOMPANY, will be officially announced at THE ONE FIFTY, VIP and Press reception at Jimmy, on Thursday March 8th, 8pm onwards.

AWARD scope-art.com/index.php/foundation/awards welcometocompany.com Programming

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Burn Before Reading | Featured at SCOPE New York Pavilion Lounge, 2012 23

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

IF THERE IS ONE, HAS GOD BEEN TO IKEA? Pavilion | P04 Brent Birnbaum Presented by A.M.F. Projects

Deceptively minimal in its presentation and palette, Brent Birnbaum’s site-specific installation is composed from hundreds of trash-bound Ikea shelves, that the artist collected a multitude of sources. Birnbaum spent years scouring the streets, answering craigslist ads and following word-of-mouth leads to find each plank that comprises this installation. Believing that the purchase, then ultimate disposal of Ikea furniture signifies a rite of passage into adulthood, Birnbaum’s collection of random Ikea pieces represents countless stories from disparate individuals, all with one common thread: that upon trashing their utilitarian furniture for the masses, have all achieved a new level of maturity in society, yet one that is still defined by assimilation. Born in Dallas Texas, Brent Birnbaum is now based in Brooklyn. A veritable hoarder of irreverent objects and tzotchkes from the oft-forgotten annals of childhood, Birnbaum’s work addresses very relevant themes of religion, death and consumerism.

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Brent Birnbaum | If There Is One, Has God Been To Ikea? | Site specific installation, dimensions variable | Courtesy Of A.M.F. Projects 25

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Special Projects

SENGEN’S WINDOW

Pavilion | PO5 David Rosenbloom Presented by the SCOPE Foundation

“The interplay of light, the lyricism of flight and the potency of meditation in communion with the Tokyo landscape seen from Mount Fuji are all at work for multimedia artist David Rosenbloom in his monumental installations. Beyond what is visible on a set of six, flat-screen LCD displays in the moving montage of Tokyo at night, Rosenbloom taps into a vital element unique to an Eastern culture; one whose criteria for aesthetic achievement is based on what is veiled versus what is revealed. Concealment of the tiniest geographic features and the mask of fog over a digitally-created environment somehow informs the viewer based on intuition rather than explicit description. In a creative gesture executed with a sense of happenstance, Rosenbloom captures a fleeting vision of an ancient landscape true to the values of Buddhist introspection: the ultimate goal of inner calm just within reach” - Shana Beth Mason, M.A. Christie’s Education London (University of Glasgow)

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David Rosenbloom | Sengen’s Window, 2011 | Multimedia Presentation, Plasma Display on Aluminum Frame, 250cm x 220cm x 25cm 27

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Special Projects

FOCUS: PUERTO RICO

Pavilion | PO6 Courtesy of the cART-Watch Project Presented by the SCOPE Foundation

In an effort to uncover emerging trends and amplify groundswell in localized art communities around the globe, the SCOPE Foundation is pleased to present Focus: Puerto Rico. A collection of five artists: Rogelio Baez Vega, Juan A Negroni, Martin Albarran, Omar Velazquez, Samuel Toro Rosa will exhibit works in varying media that engage the current socio-political climate of the art community in their native country. The five artists are presented, courtesy of cART-Watch Project, which recognizes the clear need for flexible spaces where artists can present their ideas and creations opening up a dialogue within the visual arts scene of Puerto Rico.

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Rogelio Baez Vega, Isla del encanto ice plant, 2011

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Omar Velazquez, Untitled | Esquina pda 18, 2011

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Samuel Toro Rosa, Untitled | 2009

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Juan A. Negroni, Crash, 2011

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Martin Albarr谩n L贸pez, Desparrame, 2011

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Main Image: Rogelio Baez Vega | Isla del encanto ice plant | From the Fragmentos de Isla series, 2011 | 67� x 52� 29

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FEATURED SECTION

THE DIAMOND DEN Booth A01 Lainie Love Dalby Curated by A.M.F. Projects

Referred to as “The Lady Gaga of Consciousness & Spirituality”, artist & Interfaith Minister Rev. Lainie Love Dalby, presents The Diamond Den, curated by A.M.F. Projects, NYC. Viewers are invited into a fetishistic bricolage layered with pop culture references, melodic soundscapes, bold performance and intoxicating scents, where they may release suffering, selfexamine, forgive and learn to ‘live your best life’ -- as the Minister Lainie Love listens and connects to visitors on a raw human level. Lainie Love Dalby is an urban priestess of the moment, skillfully weaving the sacred into our everyday pop culture, where the product of art becomes a ritualized modality of healing, expanding oneself, and dissolving conventional molds within her art practice, Visceral P.L.A.Y. (Pleasure Loves Accommodating You). Each of the 12 senses, including thought, ego, I, and spirit, are engaged in her provocative wearable sculptures, immersive environments, elaborate artworks, and ongoing social sculptures where the outrageous becomes normative & everyday materials are often re-appropriated. Each fully branded event becomes its own P.L.A.Y.ful container for meaningful interaction while promoting overall awareness of our shared human condition, as well as a deeper understanding of the soul. An initiative from Brooklyn-based curator Daria Brit Shapiro, A.M.F Projects discovers and exhibits wildly imaginative and ridiculously ambitious art projects that defy genres, bend your perceptions and ensure your entrance into heaven.

lainiedalby.com dariabritshapiro.com Programming

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The ARmaTure of Awareness: A Wearable Sculpture of Suggestions to Raise Awareness, Give Love, Live Joy, Be Awake & Promote Peace | From the “Priestess of the Moment� series, 12" x 18", Metallic Print 31

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FEATURED SECTION

APERTURE FOUNDATION Booth B07

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Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other—in print, in person, and online. Visit the Aperture booth at SCOPE New York to subscribe to Aperture magazine, see new books including The New York Times Magazine Photographs and the stunning collection of limited edition photographs.

Tereza Vlčkovà | From the series A Perfect Day, Elise... (Detail) | Pigment ink prints, 2007, 14” x 14” 32


CHASHAMA Booth A25 All SCOPE’s First View proceeds benefit chashama

SCOPE Art Show is proud to support chashama, one of New York City’s oldest and most respected not-for-profit arts organizations. Chashama supports communities by transforming temporarily vacant properties into spaces where artists can flourish. By recycling and repurposing buildings in transition, chashama invests in neighborhoods, fosters local talent, and sustains a vast range of creativity, commerce and culture. Anita Durst founded chashama in 1995 after she concluded that a lack of affordable work and presentation space was one of the biggest obstacles to keeping artists and communities thriving throughout New York City. Over the years, chashama has: converted over 50 locations throughout the 5 Boroughs; provided an inspired retreat for over 120 artists through chaNorth, their residency program; nurtured the creativity of over 500 young people; and given 10,000 artists access to discounted workspace that has enabled the presentation of over 2,500 public events, reaching nearly 500,000 viewers.

IN COLLABORATION:

chashama.org

Nathan Wasserbauer | Vortex | Absorbent ground, silverpoint on linoleum, 48” x 96” 33

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FEATURED SECTION

ARTISTS WANTED

Booth A05 Year in Review 2011 In conjunction with SCOPE Art Show

Artists Wanted is a collaborative project between several New York City artists and creative organizations working to build new lasting opportunities for emerging talent. Through hosting online portfolios and open calls for art, Artists Wanted provides multiple channels to discover and showcase emerging artists across the globe. Founders Jason Goodman and William Etundi Jr. believe great talent deserves endless attention, and have made it their mission to support artistic endeavors through unique, far-­reaching and lasting opportunities. Over the past 5 years, Artists Wanted has awarded emerging creative talents with over $100,000 in grants, several high-­ profile gallery receptions, exposure to hundreds of thousands of viewers, as well as a year of free living in a $1.2 million dollar New York City apartment, with much more to come. Featured Artist | Andreas von Gehr Based in Chile, mixed-­media artist Andreas von Gehr captures the intersection of photography, digital media and painting in an exploration and experimentation of the disarticulation and reconstruction of the image. As the son of a German citizen who emigrated to Chile in the 1960s, von Gehr’s visual productions incorporate themes surrounding notions of family and the condition of the immigrant.

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Andreas von Gehr, Featured Artist

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Laurel Garcia Colvin, Design & Illustration

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Philippe Jarry, Works on Paper

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Rusty Chapman, Motion & Sound

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Shen Chao-Liang, Photography

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Kate Shaw, Painting

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Francine LeClercq, Early Entry Award

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Astrid Bowlby, Sculpture & Installation

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Year In Review 2011 | Featured Artist: Main image: Andreas von Gehr | [re-bio-gehr] 256 portraits 35

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Scheduled Events

PANEL DISCUSSION Top Five Artists to Watch this 2012 SCOPE & Beyond Thurs | March 8 | 6pm Off-site | Soho House, NY By Invitation Only

In a pluralistic art world, how does anyone decide what’s exciting, interesting, worth talking about? Panelists Jason Stopa, Noah Becker, Anthony Haden Guest & Robert C. Morgan will present 5 artists in an open forum discussion. Guests can anticipate a range of perspectives from the critics, artists and curators in this forum, as each one chooses their 5 to discuss and debate. Panelists from: NY Arts Mag | Whitehot Mag | The Arts Newspaper

Robert Montgomery Paris Fire Poem (civilisations come and go like autumn leaves | Photo: Steven Rojas Programming

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FILM SCREENING

New York is Now Sat | March 10 | 5pm Off-site | Soho House, NY By Invitation Only

Artist and publisher Noah Becker takes viewers on a fastpaced trip through the contemporary art scene in New York - now. Major artists, auction houses, curators and dealers alike put forth their views on issues of decentralization, the market climate, and the clash between real and virtual space via social media and the internet at large.

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The One Fifty Off-site | JIMMY Exclusive VIP & Press Event By Invitation Only

SCOPE Art Show is positioned at the cutting-edge of the contemporary art world, known for their uncanny ability to forecast new trends that are embraced globally. SCOPE’s reach extends beyond the art arena and into multiple creative genres, much like their audience: a diverse crowd of tastemakers that defy conventional categorization. SCOPE honors innovators in creative industries for their intrepid drive and incomparable ability to change the world through the creative gesture. For each edition of the SCOPE Art Show, our organizers, partners and advisers select 150 visionaries in art, fashion, design and music, all of whom play an integral role in defining the global, cultural landscape. This New York 2012, SCOPE has partnered with Mr & Mrs Smith, the world’s boutique hotel experts, to host THE ONE FIFTY. JIMMY 15 Thompson St (@ Grand St) New York, NY 10013 Thurs | March 8 | 8pm - 12am VIPs & Press By Invitation Only The five extraordinarily talented nominees for the SCOPE Foundation AWARD, presented by WelcometoCOMPANY, will be on display at the JIMMY The official winner of the SCOPE Foundation Award will be announced at THE ONE FIFTY exclusive VIP event.

Presented by:

Partners:

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JIMMY at The James | The James New York’s awe-inspiring rooftop | *The James, New York | Part of the Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection 39

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Lounges

La Esquina SCOPE Lounge

Situated in New York City’s vibrant Nolita, La Esquina first opened in 2005 and has since become a “can’t miss” New York City dining hotspot. Offering an innovative rendition of tasty Mexican-inspired street food, La Esquina features three distinct spaces in one location, each concept combining a fun, lively ambiance and unique setting with market-fresh, tasty cuisine. After garnering rave reviews and a dedicated following since opening, the team launched a second outpost in Brooklyn this past Summer, Café de La Esquina @ Wythe Diner. Featuring a Taqueria, Café, Back Room and outdoor garden in one location, the restaurant echoes the same hip environment and tasty cuisine for which La Esquina has become known, reinterpreted to fit the burgeoning Williamsburg backdrop. Extending beyond the restaurant, La Esquina also offers Salsa Roja, the brand’s first-ever retail product available for purchase online and in fine food stores nationwide. This past Fall, the team also launched La Esquina Catering, an exciting new extension which offers a means to recreate the La Esquina experience for both grand-scale and intimate events. Catering options feature La Esquina’s tasty cuisine and fun, festive flair, along with the restaurant’s own in-house DJ’s, Mariachi bands, festive décor, and service staff to bring the party to life.

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Rums of Puerto Rico Booth A26

Rums of Puerto Rico, a division of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO), was created in 1948. The quality brands produced in Puerto Rico are aged at least one year by law. This sets the standard of excellence that includes only the finest rums and offers an extensive choice in the rum category including Bacardi, Don Q, Ron Llave, Ron del Barrilito and Palo Viejo, among others. Rums of Puerto Rico onsite at SCOPE New York 2012 will promote and distribute information on Rums of Puerto Rico and on beautiful Puerto Rico itself. Visitors can also indulge in specialty cocktails from 4pm - 6pm and sample the range of their exclusive rums.

puertoricodoesitbetter.com rumcapital.com

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Category

Augmented Mountain Throughout Pavilion & Outside Pavilion Palimpsest iPhone & iPad app

Augmented Mountain’s unique toolkit, Palimpsest, enables the creation of narratives contextualized by geographic location, games that interact with the physical environment, and artistic performances and installations that are virtually attached to real-world physical space. Augmented Mountain, in collaboration with SCOPE, is using art fair geographies to demonstrate the fun, informative and mercantile capabilities of their innovative apps. This mobile media project allows users to learn about SCOPE Special Projects and events happening during the fair, while playing an augmented reality photo mash-up sculpture game. Download the apps for free and experience their unique capabilities for combining worlds. Available at the iTunes store

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TECHNOLOGY

COLLECTRIUM Check-in Counter SCOPE iPhone & iPad app

At this year’s SCOPE New York, COLLECTRIUM will be introducing the new SCOPE iPhone and iPad app. Powered by COLLECTRIUM, the centralized app will include a full listing of all past SCOPE digital catalogues and program information in one easy-to-use format. The SCOPE app will be the first of its kind to feature video. Exhibitors will now be able to upload video links and images within an art object, and users will be able to view the video from within the app on their iPhone or iPad. Search for “Scope Art” at the iTunes App Store to download the free app and begin using it at the fair!

collectrium.com/artfairs

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Exhibitors and Floor Plan 46 Exhibitors List 48 Floor Plan 51 52 55

Exhibitor Profiles Featured Section Gallery Profiles


Exhibitors List Exhibitors A-Z

A19 E05 B05 D07 E01 D03 E10 D10 E12 G01 A15 A07 A23 G12 A27 A03 B12 D05 F01 E03 C03 A50 B03 A33 A52 D12 C08 D01 B15

A35 A40 F13 H13 G05 A09 E15 F11 A29 C12 A11 A13 F07 A48 H01 H28 H10 C15 F05 H25 A21 B01 A53 A55 A17 G10 H16 H03

ARCH 402 Gallery ART LEXÏNG Art Mûr ArTepuy AUREUS Contemporary BRUNDYN + GONSALVES C. Emerson Fine Arts C. GRIMALDIS GALLERY Center Space Civilian Art Projects Corey Helford Gallery De Buck Gallery dianne tanzer gallery + projects Dorian Grey Gallery Dubner Moderne Eleanor Harwood Gallery Emmanuel Fremin Gallery eN arts Eric Firestone Gallery Ethan Cohen Fine Arts faktoria artystyczna Gagliardi Art System Galería Christopher Paschall s.XXI GALERÍA CONTRAST Galerie E.G.P Galerie GAIA GALERIE KASHYA HILDEBRAND Galerie [SAS] GALERIE VON BRAUNBEHRENS

EXHIBITORS

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gallery nine5 Giampietro Gallery Global Art Group Golden Thread Gallery GROTTO FINE ART HARDCORE ART contemporary space Krause Gallery LICHT FELD LIGHT WORK LYLE O. REITZEL GALLERY MINDY SOLOMON GALLERY Muriel Guépin Gallery NOMAD Gallery now contemporary art PATRAJDAS Contemporary RARE Gallery Red Truck Gallery ROBERT FONTAINE GALLERY SALON VERT SCREAM Sloan Fine Art SPINELLO PROJECTS steven harvey fine arts projects The Flat - Massimo Carasi The Nooke Waterhouse & Dodd WHITE WALLS witzenhausen GALLERY


FEATURED SECTIONS

LOUNGES

A 0 1 A.M.F. Projects | Lainie Love Dalby

PAV SCOPE Lounge | La Esquina A26 Rums of Puerto Rico

The Diamond Den

B07 Aperture Foundation A05 Artists Wanted | Year in Review 2011

Daily Cocktails 4pm - 6pm

Andreas von Gehr

A25 chashama Special Projects

PAV The SCOPE Foundation AWARD Presented by WelcometoCOMPANY

P 0 1 SCOPE Foundation | Robert Montgomery The City is Wilder Than You Think

P02 Primary Projects | Kenton Parker Infinity Trophy Room

P03 The CENTER | various artists Burn Before Reading

P04 A.M.F. Projects | Brent Birnbaum If There is One, Has God Been to Ikea?

P05 SCOPE Foundation | David Rosenbloom Sengen's Window

P06 SCOPE Foundation | cART Watch Project Focus: Puerto Rico

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Floor Plan A40

A35

A40

A33

E15

C15 B15

A29

E12

D12

D10

A48 B12

C12

C08

A52

P03

B05

Burn Before Reading

C03

B03

A53

E10

LA ESQUINA LOUNGE

B07

A50

D07

D05

E05

D03

E03

A55 E01

12TH AVENUE

B01 P02 D01 A01

A03

OFFICE P01 ENTRANCE

EXHIBITORS

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A05

57TH STREET


Rums of Puerto Rico

A26

A27

A25 H28

F13

H25 G12 A23 P04 H16

F11

A21

A19

G10

F07

H13

G05

A17

H10

Legend

P05

F05

H03

AdmissionS

G01

Tour Meet Point H01

Special Project

A15

F01

Restroom P06

Food A13

A07

A09

Bar

A11

Cafe

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Exhibitor Profiles

Featured Section 52 52 53 53

A.M.F. Projects Aperture Foundation Artists Wanted chashama

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A.M.F. Projects New york

New York, NY USA T +1 917 215 9039 amfprojects@me.com www.dariabritshapiro.com www.twitter/amfprojects

Lainie Love Dalby | The ARmaTure of Awareness: A Wearable Sculpture of Suggestions to Raise Awareness, Give Love, Live Joy, Be Awake & Promote Peace | From the “Priestess of the Moment” series, 12" x 18", Metallic Print

Exhibiting Artists: Lainie Love Dalby | Brent Birnbaum

B07

Aperture Foundation New York 547 West 27th St, 4th floor New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 505 5555 F + 1 1 212 979 7759 info@aperture.org www.aperture.org

Tereza Vlčkovà | From the series A Perfect Day, Elise... Pigment ink prints, 2007, 14" x 14"

Exhibiting Artists: Hank Willis Thomas | Lars Tunbjörk | Richard Mosse | Tereza Vlčkovà

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A05

Artists Wanted New york

New York, NY USA suzie@artistswanted.org www.artistswanted.org

Andreas von Gehr | [re-bio-gehr] 256 portraits

Exhibiting Artists: Andreas von Gehr | Francine LeClercq | Astrid Bowlby | Kate Shaw | Laurel Garcia Colvin | Philippe Jarry | Rusty Chapman | Shen Chao-Liang

A25

chashama NEW YORK

201 E 42nd Street, 32nd Floor New York, NY 10017 USA T + 1 212 391 8151 info@chashama.org www.chashama.org

Nathan Wasserbauer | Vortex Absorbent ground, silverpoint on linoleum, wooden mount, mixed media, 2011, 48" x 96"

Exhibiting Artists: Featuring Nathan Wasserbauer, Sun You and 80 canvases from chashama Studio Artists.

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Exhibitor Profiles

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Gallery Profiles A-Z

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ARCH 402 Gallery LONDON Cremer Street London, E2 8HD UK T + 44 020 7043 2027 joanna.foster@arch402.com www.arch402.com

Aldo Cristofaro | Berta Acrylic on Canvas, painting, 2011, 90cm x 110cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ulrike Buck | Simon Burton | Leigh Clarke | Aldo Cristofaro | Angela Gill | Mark Harris | Roger Kelly | Steff Loewnbaum | Bob Matthews | Jost Münster | Brendan Neiland | Joel Tomlin | Julian Wakelin | Mia Nelle Drøschler

E05

ART LEXÏNG MIAMI

4500 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 300 Miami, FL 33137 USA T + 1 305 299 9732 T + 33 658392854 (France) T + 86 18802101119 (China) info@artlexing.com www.artlexing.com

Quentin Shih | Shanghai Dreamer No.2 Painting, 2010, 44” x 44”

Exhibiting Artists: Quentin Shih | Wang Xiaojin | Ye Hongxing

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B05 Art M没r

Montreal

5826 St-Hubert Montreal, Quebec H2S 2L7 Canada T + 1 514 933 0711 admin@artmur.com www.artmur.com

Simon Bilodeau | Le monde est un zombie Installation

Exhibiting Artists: Simon Bilodeau | Robbie Cornelissen | Guillaume Lachapelle | Cal Lane | Jinny Yu

D07

ArTepuy CARACAS

Calle California Con Jalisco Edificio San Carlos PB-2 Las Mercedes Caracas, 1080 Venezuela T + 58 414 129 4781 T + 58 212 993 0974 galeriaartepuy@gmail.com www.artepuy.com.ve Lara Alcantara | Tavern on the green 5 Photography

Exhibiting Artists: Pepe Lopez | Lara Alcantara

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E01

AUREUS Contemporary BASEL | PROVIDENCE Basel, CH, Switzerland Providence, RI, USA C + 1 401 368 6138 info@aureus-contemporary.com www.aureus-contemporary.com

Chad Wys | Garage Sale Painting of Peasants with Color Bars, mixed media, paint on found painting and frame, 2011, with frame 30" x 42"

Exhibiting Artists: Chad Wys | Jeff Depner | Claire Shegog | Karim Hamid | Yi-Hsin Tzeng

D03

BRUNDYN + GONSALVES CAPE TOWN 71 Loop Street Cape Town, 8001 South Africa T + 27 21 424 5150 F + 27 21 424 5160 info@brundyngonsalves.com www.brundyngonsalves.com

Tom Cullberg | Landscape and Memory Painting, oil on canvas, 2011, 130cm x 170cm

Exhibiting Artists: Tom Cullberg

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C. Emerson Fine Arts St. Petersburg 909 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, FL 33731 USA T + 1 727 898 6068 info@c-emersonfinearts.com www.c-emersonfinearts.com

Jason Snyder | Weathering the Storm Painting

Exhibiting Artists: Kim Anderson | Clayton Chandler | Teiji Hayama | Daniel Mrgan | Justin Nelson | Jason Snyder

D10

C. GRIMALDIS GALLERY bAltimore 523 N. Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201 USA T + 1 410 539 1080 F + 1 410 539 2229 info@cgrimaldisgallery.com www.cgrimaldisgallery.com

Chul Hyun Ahn | Void Cast acrylic, LED lights, mirrors 2011, 90" x 71.5" x 12.5"

Exhibiting Artists: Chul Hyun Ahn | Madeleine Dietz | Grace Hartigan | Beverly McIver | Annette Sauermann

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E12

Center Space NEW YORK

New York, NY USA T + 1 212 226 7805 info@centerspaceny.com www.centerspaceny.com

Ying Ping Po | 002 Mixed media

Exhibiting Artists: Ying Ping Po | Chi Fan Wong

G01

Civilian Art Projects washington dc 1019 Seventh Street NW Washington, DC 20001 USA T + 1 202 607 3804 info@civilianartprojects.com www.civilianartprojects.com

Erick Jackson | Brothers Mirror Painting

Exhibiting Artists: Eric Finzi | Erick Jackson | George Jenne

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A15

Corey Helford Gallery culver city 8522 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232 USA T + 1 310 287 2340 jch@coreyhelfordgallery.com www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

D*Face | Black Flutterdie Mixed media, digitally printed on aluminum with hand applied enamel finish, 2011, 47" x 32.5"

Exhibiting Artists: D*Face | Risk | TrustoCorp | Nick Walker | Ron English | Hush | The London Police | Ray Caesar | Nataly (Kukula) Abramovitch | Sylvia Ji | Eric Joyner | Michael Mararian | Sarah Folkman | Aya Kato | Coop | Korin Faught | Luke Chueh

A07

De Buck Gallery new york 511 W 25th Street, Suite 502 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 255 5735 info@ debuckgallery.com www.debuckgallery.com

Hans Kotter | Untitled Installation, 2011

Exhibiting Artists: Hans Kotter | Ruby Anemic | Dieter Balzer | Dion Johnson | Zevs

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A23

dianne tanzer gallery + projects fitzroy 108-110 Gertrude st Fitzroy, VIC 3065 Australia T + 61 3 9416 3956 dtanzer@ozemail.com.au www.diannetanzergallery.net.au

Reko Rennie | Urban Aboriginal Mixed media, installation

Exhibiting Artists: Reko Rennie

G12

Dorian Grey Gallery new york 437 East 9th Street New York, NY 10009 USA T + 1 516 244 4126 F + 1 516 883 1717 info@doriangreygallery.com www.doriangreygallery.com

Richard Hambleton | Shadow Head Painting, oil on Wood Panel, 1999, 38" x 28"

Exhibiting Artists: Richard Hambleton | Mark Freeland | John Lawson

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A27

Dubner Moderne lausanne

Rue du Grand-ChĂŞne 6, 4th Floor 1003 Lausanne Switzerland T + 41 79 242 7801 art@dubnermoderne.com www.dubnermoderne.ch

Thomas Dudan | Entre Ciel et Terre Mobilographie, photography, 2011, 80cm x 60cm

Exhibiting Artists: Thomas Dudan | Li Jin | Luc Joly | Choong-Sup Lim | Edward Mapplethorpe | Ivan Simeon | Igor Ustinov | Glenn Ligon | Jill Moser | Sean Scully

A03

Eleanor Harwood Gallery san francisco

1295 Alabama St San Francisco, CA 94110 USA T + 1 415 867 7770 F + 1 415 282 4248 eleanor@eleanorharwood.com www.eleanorharwood.com

Paul Wackers | Quiet Place Acrylic, spray paint on panel, 2009, 40" x 48"

Exhibiting Artists: Alison Blickle | Paul Wackers | Gideon Chase | Niall McClelland

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B12

Emmanuel Fremin Gallery new york 547 West 27 Street, Suite 508 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 646 245 3240 emmanuelfremingallery@gmail.com www.emmanuelfremingallery.com

MLHQ Studio Corp. | Untitled (salt spiral) Cast salt, epoxy, 44" x 4"

Exhibiting Artists: Fernando Mastrangelo | Ted Lawson | Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre

D05 eN arts kyoto

Maruyama Park Gionmachi Kitagawa Higashiyama-Ku Kyoto Japan T + 81 75 525 2355 F + 81 75 525 2355 info@en-arts.com www.en-arts.com

Katsuyuki Shirako | UNTITLED Japanese Lacquer on Hinoki

Exhibiting Artists: Katsuyuki Shirako | Keisuke Matsuda | Shingo Tanaka

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F01

Eric Firestone Gallery East Hampton 4 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937 USA T + 1 631 604 2386 F + 1 631 604 2387 efg@ericfirestonegallery.com www.ericfirestonegallery.com

Retna | Untitled Enamel on Repurposed Aircraft Flooring (aluminum), 70.25" x 120"

Exhibiting Artists: Bast | Faile | Jorge Fick | Retna | Andrew Schoultz | Shelter Serra | Darius Yektai

E03

Ethan Cohen Fine Arts new york 14 Jay Street New York, NY 10013 USA T + 1 212 625 1250 F + 1 212 274 1518 info@ecfa.com www.ecfa.com

Han Lei | Pan Jing Lian who Performs as a Rabbit Girl C-print, 2008, 180cm x 216cm

Exhibiting Artists: Han Lei | Hooper C. Dunbar | Jon Kessler

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C03

faktoria artystyczna Lomianki UI. Kosciuszki 12 05-092 Lomianki Poland T + 48 (22) 505 237 849 mgrydniewska@faktoriartystyczna.pl www.faktoriartystyczna.pl

Kamil Kuskowski | Picture VI From the series Denial of anti-Semitism Painting

Exhibiting Artists: Kuba Grydniewski | Malgosia Scholtysik | Tomasz Wendland | Kamil Kuskowski | Koen Vanmechelen

A50

Gagliardi Art System Torino Via Cervino 16 10155 Torino Italy T +39 011 19700031 F +39 011 19700032 gallery@gasart.it www.gasart.it

Ralf Kaspers | Summerland V, 2011 lambda print, diasec, 200cm x 345 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ralf Kaspers

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B03

Galería Christopher Paschall s.XXI BogotÁ Calle 22 No.5 - 88 Bogotá Colombia T + 57 1 2824375 C + 57 315 339 0015 christopher.paschall@entrearte.net www.christopherpaschall.com

Joel Grossman | If you can read this you are not dead Mixed media, 2011, with frame 66cm x 66cm

Exhibiting Artists: Sair Garcia | Joel Grossman

A33

GALERÍA CONTRAST barcelona Consell de Cent 281 _ 08011 Barcelona Spain T + 34 93 454 3393 info@galeriacontrast.com www.galeriacontrast.com

Cynthia Fusillo | I Am Mixed media on paper, 2012, 220cm x 140cm

Exhibiting Artists: Cynthia Fusillo | Rafel Bestard | Xavier G-Solís | Luichman | Sergio Mora

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A52

Galerie E.G.P paris

20, rue Germain Pilon Paris 18 è France T + 33 (0)1 42 51 31 04 F + 33 (0)1 82 88 93 82 contact@artegp.com www.artegp.com

Quentin Armand | La Lune Digital print, photography, 2009, 11.69" x 16.54"(42cm x 29.7cm)

Exhibiting Artists: Igor Josifov | Quentin Armand | Oliver Bragg

D12

Galerie GAIA SEOUL

57-1 Insadong-gil Jongno-gu Seoul 110-300 Korea T + 82 2 733 3373 F + 82 2 733 3376 C + 82 17 341 5948 galerie-gaia@hanmail.net www.galerie-gaia.net Sun-Tai Yoo | The Words-The Garden of Heart Painting, acrylic on canvas, 2011, 36" x 46"

Exhibiting Artists: Sun-Tai Yoo

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C08

GALERIE KASHYA HILDEBRAND ZURICH Talstrasse 58 8001 Zurich Switzerland T + 41 44 210 02 02 C + 41 44 210 02 15 info@kashyahildebrand.org www.kashyahildebrand.org

Tianbing Li | Blackboard on the Tiananmen Oil on canvas, painting, 2011, 180cm x 250cm

Exhibiting Artists: Tianbing Li

D01

Galerie [SAS] montreal

372 rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Espace 416 Montreal(Québec) H3B 1A2 Canada T + 1 514 878 3409 info@galeriesas.com www.galeriesas.com

Fred Laforge | Personnage pixel Resin, 2011, 22" x 6" x 6"

Exhibiting Artists: Laurent Craste | Fred Laforge | Véronique La Perrière M | Jean-François Bouchard

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B15

GALERIE VON BRAUNBEHRENS munich Ainmillerstrasse 2 80801 Munich Germany T + 49 89 33036533 M + 49 172 8433955 art@galerie-braunbehrens.de www.galerie-braunbehrens.de

Georg Küttinger | Eiger, Mönch, Jungfrau, Switzerland Mixed media , 2011, 29.5 x 86.6"

Exhibiting Artists: Peter Anton | Daniel Cherbuin | José Cobo | Max Grüter | Georg Küttinger | Marck

A35

gallery nine5 new york

24 Spring Street New York, NY 10012 USA T + 1 212 965 9995 F + 1 212 965 9997 info@gallerynine5.com www.gallerynine5.com

Michael Murphy | Deer Sculpture, popsicle sticks and wood stain 40" x 21" x 22"

Exhibiting Artists: Jessica Lichtenstein | Michael Murphy

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A40

Giampietro Gallery New Haven 315 Peck St New Haven, CT 06513 USA T + 1 203 777 7760 fred@giampietrogallery.com katharine@giampietrogallery.com www.giampietrogallery.com

Enrico Riley | Mt. Cube Oil on canvas on panel, painting, 2011, 22"x 20"

Exhibiting Artists: Linda Lindroth | Enrico Riley | Jonathan Waters | Zachary Keeting | Valerie Brennan | Clint Jukkala | Susan Carr

F13

Global Art Group new york

55 Broad Street, 19th Floor New York, NY 10004 USA T + 1 212 693 1030 info@globalartgroup.org www.globalartgroup.org

David Datuna | USA: Black - Viewpoint of Millions Mixed media

Exhibiting Artists: David Datuna | Alex Guofeng Cao

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H13

Golden Thread Gallery belfast 84-94 Great Patrick Street Belfast, BT1 2LU UK T + 44 2890 330920 info@gtgallery.co.uk www.goldenthreadgallery.co.uk

Deirdre McKenna | We Are Not Alone Installation

Exhibiting Artists: Ursula Burke | Maurice Doherty | Allan Hughes | Jenny Keane | Deirdre McKenna | Katherine Nolan

G05

GROTTO FINE ART hong kong 1-2/F 31 C-D Wyndham Street Central, Hong Kong China T + 852 2121 2270 F + 852 2121 2269 info@grottofineart.com www.grottofineart.com

Bovey Lee | Sewing Highways Cut paper, Chinese rice (xuan) paper, mixed media 2011, 53cm x 64cm

Exhibiting Artists: Wai-bong KOON | Bovey LEE | Pong-yu WAI | Danny Chin-fai LEE

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A09

HARDCORE ART contemporary space miami 72 NW 25th Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 576 1645 F + 1 305 576 1646 info@hardcoreartmiami.com www.hardcoreartmiami.com hardcoreartcontemporary.blogspot.com Gast贸n Ugalde | Cabezas Shamanicas III & IV Soft sculpture: Andean textile fragents 2011, 18" x 10"

Exhibiting Artists: Gast贸n Ugalde | Gean Moreno & Ernesto Oroza

E15

Krause Gallery new york

149 Orchard Street New York, NY 10002 USA T + 1 212 777 7799 benjamin@krausegallery.com www.krausegallery.com

Stephan Zirwes | Housing Playground C-print on reverse plexiglas, 47" x 96"

Exhibiting Artists: Jordan Eagles | Emil Alzamora | Stephan Zirwes

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F11

LICHT FELD BASEL

Davidsbodenstrasse 11 4056 Basel Switzerland T + 41 61 333 00 58 F + 41 61 333 00 59 C + 41 76 395 51 26 hadorn@mac.com www.lichtfeld.ch

Sabine Hertig | Big mountain Mixed media, 2011, 60cm x 80cm

Exhibiting Artists: Sabine Hertig | Peter Dauphin | MARCK | Daniel Karrer | Max Grüter | Hubert Kretzschmar

A29

LIGHT WORK syracuse

316 Waverly Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244 USA T + 1 315 443 1300 info@lightwork.org www.lightwork.org

Susan Worsham | Margaret’s Rhubarb Photography, 2008

Exhibiting Artists: Kelli Connell | Susan Worsham | Tony Gleaton | William Wegman

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C12

LYLE O. REITZEL GALLERY Santo domingo

Gustavo Mejia Ricart Torre Piantini Suite 1 & 2A Santo Domingo Dominican Republic T + 1 809 227 8361 galeria.lyle@claro.net.do www.lyleoreitzel.com

Victor Payares | Velvet Dream Painting

Exhibiting Artists: Gerard Ellis | Jorge Pineda | Jose Garcia Cordero | Victor Payares

A11

MINDY SOLOMON GALLERY st. petersburg 124 2nd Ave NE St. Petersburg, FL 33701 USA T + 1 727 502 0852 F + 1 727 502 0862 mindy@mindysolomon.com www.mindysolomon.com

Generic Art Solutions | The Raft Photograph

Exhibiting Artists: Generic Art Solutions

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A13

Muriel Guépin Gallery Brooklyn 47 Bergen Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA T + 1 718 858 4535 contact@murielguepingallery.com www.murielguepingallery.com

Joannie Lemercier | Light Canvas 3 Digital art

Exhibiting Artists: Joanie Lemercier | Pauline Galiana | Joan Lurie | Arezoo Moseni | Audrey Stone

F07

NOMAD Gallery brussels

Lakensestraat 113 Rue de Laeken Brussels 1000 Belgium T + 32 475 219 250 walter@moba.be ashley@moba.be www.moba.be Guy Woueté | Lines of Wind #1 Sculpture, wood, metal and stuffed animals 2010, 180cm x 37cm

Exhibiting Artists: Jean François Boclé | Vitshois Bondo | Satch Hoyt | Marc Lambrechts | Guy Woueté

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A48

now contemporary art miami 175 NW 25th Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 571 8181 F + 1 305 571 8131 now@nowcontemporaryart.com www.nowcontemporaryart.com

Federico Uribe | Volcano Color pencils, installation, 2012, h 48"

Exhibiting Artists: Augusto Esquivel | Federico Uribe | Roman Vitali

H01

PATRAJDAS Contemporary philadelphia 1234 Hamilton, #105 Philadelphia, PA 19123 USA T + 1 917 737 2784 aeh@patrajdas.com www.patrajdas.com

Kate MacDowell | Daphne Hand built porcelain, ceramics, 53" x 17" x 40"

Exhibiting Artists: Kate MacDowell | Koh Sang Woo | Yoon Jong Seok

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H28

RARE Gallery new york

547 W 27th Street | No. 514 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 646 339 6050 raregallery@earthlink.net www.rare-gallery.com

Tim Maxwell | Dead Tree (Babel) Ink on paper, 2011, 24" x 19"

Exhibiting Artists: Daphne Arthur | Maya Brodsky | Paul Hazelton | Shanga Manning | Tim Maxwell

H10

Red Truck Gallery NEW Orleans New Orleans, LA USA T + 1 504 231 6760 F + 1 734 428 1007 noah@redtruckgallery.com www.redtruckgallery.com

Jason D’Aqiuno | Cardinal Graphite and chalk on matchbook, 2" X 1"

Exhibiting Artists: Bryan Cunningham | Chris Roberts-Antieau | John Whipple | Jason Holley | Evan B. Harris | Jason D'Aqiuno

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C15

ROBERT FONTAINE GALLERY miami 175 NW 23rd Street Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 397 8530 robert@robertfontainegallery.com www.robertfontainegallery.com

Paul Rousso | 100 LARGE Mixed media transfer on hand sculpted acrylic 2011, 78" x 36" x 8"

Exhibiting Artists: Troy Abbott | Nick Gentry | Josafat Miranda | Paul Rousso | Simon Thompson | Penny | Jesse Faber

F05

SALON VERT LONDON

21 Park Square East Resent's Park London NW1 4LH UK T + 44 (0)20 7486 1760 info@salon-vert.com www.salon-vert.com

Lucy Liu | Totem Bronze, 2011, 100" x 33" x 25", Edition of 8

Exhibiting Artists: Lucy Liu | Margo Trushina

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H25

SCREAM london

34 Bruton Street London W1J 6QX UK T + 44 207 493 7388 info@screamlondon.com www.screamlondon.com

Pakpoom Silaphan | The Identified Flying Object Aluminium and printed matt vinyl paint 2012, 215cm x 104.5cm x 75 cm (84.6" x 41.1" x 29.5")

Exhibiting Artists: A solo presentation of Pakpoom Silaphan

A21

Sloan Fine Art new york

New York, NY USA T + 1 212 477 1140 alix@sloanfineart.com www.sloanfineart.com

Brad Woodfin | Mozak oil on panel, 2011, 14”x 11”

Exhibiting Artists: Mia Brownell | Elizabeth McGrath | Charles Moody | Ransom & Mitchell | Jonathan Viner | Brad Woodfin

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SPINELLO PROJECTS miami 250 NW 23rd Street, No. 203 Wynwood Art District USA T + 1 786 271 4223 info@spinelloprojects.com www.spinelloprojects.com

Agustina Woodgate | Sooner Than Later If These Walls Could Talk Series Sanded World Globe, 2011

Exhibiting Artists: Santiago Rubino | Agustina Woodgate | Farley Aguilar | TYPOE | Sinisa Kukec

A53

steven harvey fine arts projects new york 208 Forsyth Street New York, NY 10002 USA C + 1 917 861 7312 F + 1 212 281 2281 info@shfap.com www.shfap.com

Meghan Brady | Blue + Black Woodcut #1 Woodcut, 2011, 41" x 36"

Exhibiting Artists: Joe Ballweg | Andrea Bergart | Meghan Brady | Ken Kewley | Margrit Lewczuk | Matt Phillips | Shawn White | Altoon Sultan

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A55

The Flat - Massimo Carasi milano Via Frisi 3 (MM Porta Venezia) Milano 20129 Italy T + 39 (0)2 58313809 F + 39 (0)2 58313809 carasi-massimo@libero.it www.carasi.it

Greta Frau | M . 411 s.d., oil on wood, 22cm x 29cm

Exhibiting Artists: Guido Bagini | Paolo Cavinato | Cristiano De Gaetano | Greta Frau | Pesce Khete | Michael Johansson | Asuka Ohsawa | Michelangelo Penso

A17

The Nooke Somerville

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Colin Beatty & Craig Smith | FireSale2012 Performance

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Waterhouse & Dodd new york | LONDON 104 Greene Street New York, NY 10012 USA T + 1 212 226 3000 newyork@waterhousedodd.com www.waterhousedodd.com

Norman Mooney | Golden Sun No. 1 Polished bronze with clear coat and aluminum 2012, 48" x 48" x 5"

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H16

WHITE WALLS san francisco

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Peter Gronquist | Lesser Kudu Mixed media, 55" x 57" x 16"

Exhibiting Artists: Blek le Rat | Greg Gossel | Peter Gronquist | Casey Gray | Ferris Plock

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H03

witzenhausen GALLERY NEW YORK | Amsterdam 547 W 27th Street, Ground floor New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 239 1124 F + 1 212 239 7114 info@witzenhausengallery.nl www.witzenhausengallery.nl

Wouter van Burren | Nanjing Print, 2009, 40" x 40"

Exhibiting Artists: Wouter van Burren | Annemarie Busschers | Hendrik Kerstens | Jeff Robb

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