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President 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 Miami 2012.

Executive Producer Monica LoCascio monica@scope-art.com Head of Exhibitor Relations Sonja Hofstetter sonja@scope-art.com Exhibitor Relations Jennifer Hoffman-Williamson jennifer@scope-art.com

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Social Media James E. Hall james@scope-art.com VIP Relations Maggie Barrett maggie@scope-art.com

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FOUNDATION THE CENTER

Principal Daria Brit Shapiro daria@brasstacksculture.com

Co-Director Lilah Freedland lilah@scope-art.com

Culture Engineer Ebany Binks ebany@brasstacksculture.com

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA SCOPE WELCOMES YOU

CARLOS A. GIMENEZ MAYOR

SCOPE Art Show returns to Miami in 2012 with a new location on the most highly-trafficked gateway to the Midtown arts district. Located at N.E. 36th St and Midtown Blvd., SCOPE Miami’s monumental 100,000 sq. ft. pavilion will house its most ambitious fair to date, featuring a selection of 20 innovative Breeder Program galleries presented alongside 85 established international exhibitors. SCOPE’s Midtown Miami home is just steps from The Rubell Family Collection, Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and Goldman Collection.

December 4, 2012

Celebrated as the premier launching pad for contemporary art, SCOPE Miami opens to Press and VIPs on Tuesday, December 4 with the First View benefit and will run December 4 – 9. Alongside our featured galleries, SCOPE Miami will also present cutting-edge special programming, collector tours and special events that feature the best and brightest across multiple creative industries, including fashion, film, music and performance.

Greetings! As Mayor of Miami-Dade County and on behalf of our 2.5 million residents, I am glad to welcome you all to SCOPE Miami 2012. Miami-Dade County is home to people from over 156 countries, who communicate in more than 64 different languages. Diversity is one of the hallmarks that defines us. We draw strength from our diversity and are very much the better for it. The SCOPE Miami 2012 Art Show will showcase 30,000 international collectors, press, and art professions who drive the contemporary art market and greatly contribute to our community’s global culture, and will also feature multiple creative industries including fashion, film, music, and performance. I wish this international contemporary art show every success and all of its visitors an enjoyable experience.

SCOPE taps into the cultural psyche to present only the most pioneering work across multiple creative disciplines. With over 50 art fairs spanning more than a decade, SCOPE has solidified its position as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and 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, New York, London and the Hamptons have garnered critical acclaim, with sales of over $300 million and attendance of over 500,000 visitors.

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FEATURED Kenneth Pietrobono Simon Bilodeau Lori Nozick Zeger Reyers Kevin Cooley CNNCTD+100 La Encomienda Jaume Plensa Brigitte Kowanz David Rohn Debra Holt OUTER SPACES Brass Tacks Brent Birnbaum | Hugh Hayden | Patrick Martinez

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Program & Event Overview FEATURED

SCHEDULED EVENTS

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Kenneth Pietrobono

David Rohn

Debra Holt

Opening Reception

VH1 Outdoor Lounge OUTER SPACES Outdoor Lounge Featuring You Oughta Know curated programming, food & drink by Phuc Yea.

C21 & Throughout Pavilion The latest Augmented Reality (AR) app, featuring SCOPE Sponsors and The SCOPE Foundation Award Winner.

Simon Bilodeau

CNNCTD+100

Brass Tacks

Red Bull Curates Reception

Red Bull Lounge

COLLECTRIUM

FEATURED | P01 The National Rose Garden, a live sculpture, politicizes the benign, forcing the audience to face the darker realities of American power.

FEATURED | P02 Simon Bilodeau’s simulation of our ghostly experience of the world returns in this installation as Le Monde est Un Zombie transforms into it’s next existence.

Lori Nozick

FEATURED | P03 Intended to evoke house and home, Lori Nozick presents Miami Lighthouse, an anti-architectural structure riddled with elements lacking functionality.

Zeger Reyers

FEATURED | P04 This evolving piece, Hard Water, featuring hundreds of stacked plates, highlights the vulnerability of our manmade environment.

Kevin Cooley

FEATURED | P05 The Bonfire Project features stacks of cathode TVs in the form of a bonfire, that, aflame, transcends into the ethereal.

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FEATURED | P06 Meet the famous poet in the interactive installation Contact Walt Whitman, featuring the artist posed as the poet connected to the viewer by a period telephone.

FEATURED | P07 A showcase of Sound Graffiti, presented on one hundred Nexus 7 tablets forming an installation of sound and vision.

La Encomienda

FEATURED | P08 In a collaboration of ten chosen contemporary Peruvian artists, modern architecture is broken down and rebuilt into an abstract composition of urban space.

Jaume Plensa

FEATURED | P09 World renowned artist Plensa presents Tryptich, a figurative sculpture constructed of metallic letters, commenting on the references of word, space and the body.

Brigitte Kowanz

FEATURED | P10 Melding mirrors, lights, and language, Kowanz plays to the perceptual experience and challenges the concept of awareness in her neon installation Reflect - Reflection.

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FEATURED | P11 Debra Holt’s latest installation, An Unborn Child Leaves a Shadow on the Soul is a stark and moving commentary on the sanctity of life and the volatile issue of abortion.

Booth A18 The culture engineering firm behind SCOPE Miami’s strategic partnerships and creative collaborations, presents a curated exhibition including work from VH1 + SCOPE Artists on the Rise Brent Birnbaum and Hugh Hayden, along with Jeremy Earhart, Trong Nguyen and innovative designer Mark Diaz.

Brent Birnbaum

FEATURED | P12 Insha Allah, a common expression in Arabic, takes on new meaning when lit in bright neon. Composed of multiple blinking parts, this work cleverly references several cultures at once.

Art Takes Miami

Booth H15 Artists Wanted and See // Exhibition present the winner of the third annual Art Takes Miami competition, alongside a digital presentation of works by 1,000 selected artists from around the world.

On-site | VIP First View Tuesday | Dec 4 | 3-9pm VIP & Press only (or $100 at door) Proceeds benefit The SCOPE Foundation

On-Site | During VIP First View Tuesday | Dec 4 | 5-7pm VIP & Press only (or $100 at door) Proceeds benefit The SCOPE Foundation

Booth J14 Featuring Red Bull Curates programming, complimentary cocktails from 5-7pm daily.

Check-In Desk The SCOPE iPhone + iPad app provides centralized access to digital catalogues, program information and artwork.

Official SCOPE Party Bombay Sapphire Presented by VH1 Lounge Thursday | Dec 6 | 7 - 11pm By Invitation Only Celebrating SCOPE’s 12th year in Miami, featuring You Oughta Know musical artist, Metric.

Booth H26 Featuring Bombay Artisan Series programming, complimentary cocktails from 5-7pm daily.

Official SCOPE After-Party

FIAT

SET Nightclub 320 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Thursday | Dec 6 11pm onwards

Booth A19 Explore the new FIAT 500

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FEATURED

The National Rose Garden, 2012 FEATURED | P01 Kenneth Pietrobono

*Winner, DUMBO Arts Festival SCOPE Prize

The rose has many connotations. It is one of the most widely cultivated flowers in the world and in 1986 was made the official flower of the United States. While many people are familiar with The White House Rose Garden, no official rose garden is recognized by the federal government. In this living sculpture by artist Kenneth Pietrobono, a ‘National Rose Garden’ is imagined. The selected flowers have been given names which reflect the systems and policies we, knowingly or not, cultivate in this country. By politicizing the benign, the viewer is denied the ability to take pleasure in an American symbol without confronting the darker realities of American power.

Selections From The National Rose Garden | 2012 Rose bushes and text, Dimensions variable nationalrosegarden.com kennethpietrobono.com PROGRAMMING

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Le Monde est Un Zombie FEATURED | P02 Simon Bilodeau

Le Monde est Un Zombie explores the gap that has grown up today between ourselves and reality, a gap which reveals the paradoxes, fault lines and distortions of contemporary society. Simon Bilodeau’s installation, being presented at Scope Miami 2012, is a simulation of our “ghostly” experience of the world in its threatening “zombie-like” or living-dead state. It features a giant industrial container which Bilodeau has reconstituted out of pieces recuperated from two previous exhibitions. In this third presentation, the concept on which the project rests, mobility, takes on a more concrete aspect, because transportation is now an integral part of it. The physical relocation of the work involved adapting it to its host site, in addition to structural and formal modifications which precluded from the outset simply copying the original work. While the material integrity of the container has been preserved, its appearance and the way it has been placed in the site have changed: the white panels have become dark grey, and the base and cargo of shimmering objects have been configured differently. The exhibition of Le monde est un zombie/le monde est un zombie/le monde est un zombie in Miami inaugurates the third phase of the project, that of putting it into circulation, and introduces new ways of thinking about conditions of survival, of “coming back” and of reproducing artworks. Text (excerpt) by Katrie Chagnon, Doctoral candidate in art history Université de Montréal / Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

simonbilodeau.com Programming

Le Monde est Un Zombie | 2011 | Installation detail Courtesy of Art Mûr, Photographed by Guy L’Heureux Programming


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Miami Lighthouse FEATURED | P03 Lori Nozick | 2012

Lori Nozick presents an anti-architectural structure, intended to evoke house and home, yet utilizing elements lacking their intended functionality: doors that are hung horizontally and above our heads, windows that don’t open, stairs that lead nowhere. The viewer is invited to enter and explore the space, and achieve a moment of contemplation questioning the reality of this “place.” Nozick creates sculptural and environmental installations using pre-existing architectural components that serve as points of reference and as formal elements that challenge and expand the space. Her works often utilize materials that come from the place or site, including reclaimed architectural elements: wood, metal, glass, and lighting. There is a social and cultural aspect to collecting and using these materials, and a narrative that emerges in the work. Referencing architectural and social change, Nozick’s works capture these dynamics both physically and symbolically. They function as a repository of individual and collective moments and memories, thus forming a visceral bridge for the viewer to experience a blending of time frames: real and imagined. Consequently, the narrative of this work is a culmination of both its collected components and collective experience.

Bakersfield Lighthouse | 2009 Reclaimed architectural elements and lumber, including doors, window frames, church panels, colored plexiglass panels, steel sheets with cutouts, solar panels and LED lighting, 9 x 8 x 8’ on top of base lorinozick.com PROGRAMMING

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Hard Water FEATURED | P04 Zeger Reyers | 2012

In Basel, Switzerland, 2012, The SCOPE Foundation awarded artist Zeger Reyers with a featured exhibition at SCOPE Miami to present his site-specific installation, Hard Water. Compiled of thousands of ceramic plates stacked atop one another, Hard Water demonstrates an intelligent and resourceful use of material, taking the viewer by surprise and making us strongly aware of the vulnerability of our man-made environment. The first version of the work, entitled Good Intentions, was shown at the 8th Biennale of Havana in 2003. After that, in 2004, it evolved into Hard Water and has been rebuilt in a variation of shapes, most recently in the Song Zhuang Art Center in Beijing, China.

Hard Water | Exhibiton September 2004 Porcelain plates, 360 x 320 x 70 cm Galerie Maurits van de Laar, The Hague, The Netherlands zeger.org PROGRAMMING

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The Bonfire Project FEATURED | P05 Kevin Cooley | 2012

Commissioned for the 2012 Scope Miami Sculpture Atrium. Kevin Cooley’s The Bonfire Project reclaims dozens of cathode ray tube television sets and carefully arranges them to mimic the shape of a towering bonfire as fiery flames flicker across their screens. The individual television sets operate like pieces of a video jigsaw puzzle, collectively re-animating a small campfire. Electronic smoke and embers slowly rise towards the sky, transcending the awkward physicality of obsolete technology, becoming ethereal, like fire itself. Harnessing the mesmerizing ability inherent in television to capture our attention, this work can be seen as a symbolic gesture reminiscent of a ceremonial and spiritual celebration, or perhaps as an act of destruction.

Analog CRT televisions | Media players, 15 minute looped video, Dimensions variable (installation view) kevincooley.net Programming

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Contact Walt Whitman FEATURED | P06 David Rohn | 2012

Miami-based media and performance artist David Rohn presents Contact Walt Whitman, an interactive performance piece involving the artist as the late 19th century American poet in an enclosed ‘Tableau Vivant’. The artist is seen by the audience through a turn of the century stereoscopic viewer set into the wall of the interior space of the installation. The artist as Walt Whitman may also be addressed and heard through an intercom connected to a period telephone at his roll-top desk inside the tableau. As in other interactive pieces, Rohn seeks to enhance the experience of presence and contact by creating situational nuances, or barriers, to this mundane event. Rohn invites viewers to peer into the past, to encounter an iconic American figure whose compassion and social conscience define his poetry and his life.

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CNNCTD+100 FEATURED | P07

CNNCTD+100 is a showcase of original works of art created by 100 creative leaders and cultural icons. Participants include Yoko Ono, Spike Lee, Pharrell Williams, Cindy Sherman, Roman Grandinetti, Bill Powers, Ricky Powell, Andre Saraiva, Obey, Azealia Banks, and over ninety other individuals from across disciplines. The works in the show are Sound Graffiti, a form of street art developed by CNNCTD+ that incorporates audio and visual elements. The Sound Graffiti in the show includes favorite recipes, personal stories, sonic landscapes, and much more. On May 1st, 2012, CNNCTD+ presented CNNCTD+100 at the New Museum in New York City for over 700 influential guests. The Nowness called it “the ultimate NYC audio diary.� For SCOPE, CNNCTD+ has added over 25 new works of Sound Graffiti. With thanks to Google, the show will be displayed on one hundred Nexus 7 tablets, allowing CNNCTD+ to bring new interactive dimensions to the show. CNNCTD+ is a creative agency based in downtown New York City, specializing in discovering, exploring, and creating memorable connections between people, places, and events. The works of Sound Graffiti comprising CNNCTD+100 were curated by company co-founder Roman Grandinetti.

Photograph by Roman Grandinetti cnnctd.com soundgraffiti.com PROGRAMMING

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LA ENCOMIENDA Jacob Karpio | FEATURED | P08 Presented by T+ KARPIO

LA ENCOMIENDA is a collaboration of ten chosen contemporary Peruvian artists. Structured around geometric and urban elements, the work makes reference to the minimalism and modernity of contemporary architecture. With the initial intent of conveying the ordinary urban space, the product is an estranged landscape: built in a recognized abstract composition that swings between the known and the new. ARTISTS: Sergio Fernandez | Hans Stoll | Fernando Otero | Macarena Rojas | Jorge Cabieses | Nicole Franchy | Diego Lama | Christian Fuchs | Luis Martin Bogdanovich | Fabricio Calmet | Sonia Cunliffe CURATOR: Giuliana Vidarte

SERGIO FERNANDEZ | No title (ZAGA series) | 2012 Digital print on fiber paper, 70 x 105 cm, Edition 2/5 sergiofernandez.pe.com PROGRAMMING

HANS STOLL | ZH 1110 (CAMIONES Series) | 2012 Digital print on fiber paper, 130 x 130cm, Edition 1/5 hansstoll.com 28

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Tryptich

FEATURED | P09 Jaume Plensa | 2009

Jaume Plensa’s work is often set in the context of public sculpture, a sphere in which he has works installed in Spain, France, Japan, the United Kingdom, Korea, Germany, Canada, and the USA. Plensa’s pieces and themes are vastly homogeneous; for several years now, his work has dealt with space and timeand their reference to the human body. The written word, as a single letter or phrase, is of significance in this context. Oversized figures in a meditative posture, partially made of translucent material, sometimes illuminated from the inside, form a bonded net of metallic letters.

Stainless steel, 317 x 196 x 268 cm jaumeplensa.com PROGRAMMING

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Reflect Reflection

FEATURED | P10 Brigitte Kowanz | 2000

Austrian artist Brigitte Kowanz combines the media of light, mirror and language to a particular perceptual experience, which opens possibility to a new cognition. Light and mirror are first of all instruments of elucidation and also the language has in principle a high enlightening potential. But perception does not always equal awareness. Kowanz’ works demonstrate this fact by her use of light that loses itself in infinity, her use of language in Morse code, and her use of neon effects as hardly decipherable texts in handwriting. The artist is less interested in the readability of the writing, and more in the pictographic and object-like qualities.

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An Unborn Child Leaves a Shadow on the Soul FEATURED | P11 Debra Holt | 2012

Debra Holt’s latest installation, An Unborn Child Leaves a Shadow on the Soul, is a stark and moving commentary on the sanctity of life and the volatile issue of abortion. The installation engages viewers to enter and experience symbols of pre-birth, fetal death, and a child’s perspective on life.

OUTER SPACES

C21 & Throughout Pavilion iPhone & iPad app

SCOPE, the emerging market pioneer, redefines perceptual experience with OUTER SPACES: the groundbreaking app that presents contemporary art in virtual space. Utilizing the latest advances in Augmented Reality (AR), OUTER SPACES is a computer-generated, interactive exhibition, fused into realworld locations. This extraordinary technology is made possible by Augmented Mountain for SCOPE, compatible with iPhones 4 and 4s as well as any iPad. OUTER SPACES will feature a real-time, simulated exhibition with SCOPE Foundation Award Winner Zeger Reyers of Galerie Maurits Van der Laar viewable at the entrance of the SCOPE Miami Pavilion. Additionally, OUTER SPACES is pleased to present an interactive look at SCOPE’s Featured Sponsors: VH1, Red Bull and FIAT.

Vog 3 | 2010 C-print, 40 x 60” debraholt.com PROGRAMMING

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FEATURED

BRASS TACKS Booth A18

Brass Tacks is a culture engineering firm with its roots in contemporary art. Working closely with SCOPE Art Show on strategic partnerships and creative alliances for its 12th edition in Miami, Brass Tacks cultivated sponsor relationships, conceptualized the groundbreaking collaboration with VH1, assembled and served on the curatorial panel for SCOPE’s Breeder Program. Believing that cross-genre collaboration is the defining characteristic of a progressive art market, the curatorial team at Brass Tacks maintains professional relationships with the most engaging and intelligent contemporary artists and designers working today, exposing them to unprecedented exhibition opportunities, visionary corporate and commercial projects and private sales and commissions. The Brass Tacks booth at SCOPE Miami features a curated group exhibition with deep attention to concept and materiality. DESIGN Mark Diaz, MAD Design | This award-winning interior designer is known for his innovative use of reclaimed materials conceptual innovation and polished aesthetic. ARTWORK Brent Birnbaum | VH1+SCOPE You Oughta Know Artist on the Rise whose work is a playfully wry exploration of the interstices of sex, religion and politics. Jeremy Earhart | Appropriating fabled symbology from United States currency, Earhart masterfully hand-cuts and paints his dynamic three-dimensional wall sculptures, which echo hints of psychedelia. Hugh Hayden | VH1+SCOPE You Oughta Know Artist on the Rise who explores cultural identity through historically relevant images and objects, manipulated to recontextualize race, class and gender.

Trong Gia Nguyen | Portable Confessionals | 2012 Pair of hand-cut paper grocery bags, 17 x 12 x 7� each bag, edition of 10 cameandwent.com PROGRAMMING

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Throughout Pavilion

In collaboration with VH1’s You Oughta Know, SCOPE brings you Artists On The Rise, a collection of promising emerging artists.

PATRICK MARTINEZ Thug Fountain | 2011 Bronze, Swarovski crystals, clear epoxy, auto body paint, 6’ x 7’

BRENT BIRNBAUM That’s what (s)he said | 2011 White neon, 2 transformers, 4” x 48” x 2 1⁄2”, Edition of 6 with 2 A.P.

HUGH HAYDEN American Hero #2 | 2011 Taxidermy mountain goat, braids, cinderblocks, Installation size variable

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The SCOPE Foundation Booth H21

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AUCTION

ABOUT THE CENTER | Since its inception, THE CENTER has worked with individual artists, curators, and other not-forprofit institutions in a wide variety of mediums, including film, video installation, performance and sound. Focusing on specific projects and fundraising in order to realize them, artists and curators work closely with THE CENTER creating new, often site specific, work. Utilizing the dynamic force of trade and the principles of a gift economy, THE CENTER creates the opportunity for everyone to be a philanthropist. We are dedicated to supporting the international artist community, as well as other not-for-profit institutions. THE SCOPE FOUNDATION AWARD | Dedicated to supporting the growth of new galleries and the exposure of emerging artists, The SCOPE Foundation is pleased to honor work that pushes boundaries and challenges expectations. For each edition of the SCOPE Art Show, The Foundation honors an emerging artist of extraordinary promise by presenting The SCOPE Foundation Award, aimed at bolstering creative exposure and amplifying professional profile. The Winner of the SCOPE Foundation Award will receive 100 sq. ft. of exhibition space at the next SCOPE Show, as a featured highlight of special programming.

The Personal Development Auction is an artist run silent auction launching its third season at SCOPE NY 2013, with bidding available throughout the run of the fair. Cultural Luminaries, Artisans, and Specialists donate time, redeemable within one year, in the form of minimentorships. The PDA is a unique opportunity to bid on the skills, access, and expertise of a variety of dynamic professionals in fields from biotech to woodturning. Bid on a chance to visit the MIT Brain Research Lab, have lunch with an award winning documentary filmmaker, or get a lesson in hydraulics. This silent auction offers participants the chance to see, learn from, and visit professionals whose expertise or access might be otherwise out of reach. Professionals and mavens in a range of fields have donated their time, education and access to auction winners. Proceeds from the auction go to supporting working artists and The SCOPE Foundation’s NY 2013 Partner, WORLD UP. The PDA is a project of the artist collaborative ProFailure, a Brooklyn based performance group. worldup.org

MAGNETS LACK CONVICTION | An individual adorning their car with a sloganized ribbon magnet has more of a commitment to the resale value of their vehicle than to the ideology they are promoting. Magnets Lack Conviction is a social intervention intended to demonstrate the nature of conviction in the field of consumerism. Sarah Paul is a Cleveland based artist. She received her BS in Mathematics from the University at Albany and MFA in Visual Studies from the University at Buffalo. Sarah has been writing and performing theatrical music works with both pop and experimental bands since 1989. Sarah is presently an Assistant Professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art in the T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts Department. sarahpaul.org

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VH1 + SCOPE

You Oughta Know Artists On The Rise VH1 Outdoor Lounge

At the VH1 Outdoor Lounge, VH1 and SCOPE explore the rich relationship between music and art. Situated alongside SCOPE’s monumental pavilion, the lounge is the premier destination for SCOPE Miami attendees to experience the most exciting new talent in music and art. The VH1 Outdoor Lounge will be open to all for the duration of the event, December 4 - 9, 2012. On Thursday, December 6, VH1 will also host the SCOPE Miami Official Party (by invitation only), featuring a performance by VH1 You Oughta Know artist Metric. Led by vocalist Emily Haines, Metric has made a name for itself for its unique brand of music that appeals to fans of both mainstream and indie rock. Inspired by their collection of rare vintage gear, guitarist-producer Jimmy Shaw describes Metric’s newest release, Synthetica, as “the sonic culmination of everything we have done…futuristic and synthesized and yet organic.” The album promises to bring the band even more critical and commercial acclaim. Launched in 2004, VH1’s You Oughta Know franchise introduces artists on the rise to music lovers everywhere, and has helped break performers like Adele, Ed Sheeran, Gotye, The Lumineers, The Civil Wars, Mumford & Sons and many more. Learn more at yok.vh1.com

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VH1 + SCOPE

You Oughta Know Artists On The Rise SCOPE Pavilion & VH1 Outdoor Lounge

The pioneering partnership between VH1 and SCOPE channels the complex and powerful relationship between music and art into an extraordinary experience. Through a series of curatorial collaborations on-air, online and on-site in Miami, SCOPE and VH1 are teaming up to celebrate and amplify the impact of emerging visual art as it cross-pollinates with music. Contributing to VH1 You Oughta Know’s mission of discovering artists on the rise, SCOPE has curated a selection of visual artists who represent the incredible potential of contemporary art to inspire across all boundaries. ARTISTS Brent Birnbaum’s works at first appear as an encyclopedic collection of irreverent pop-culture, paraphernalia-like windup toys, matchbooks from lost saloons or discarded sneakers. An obsessive collector of bric-a-brac, Birnbaum repurposes these items as allegories for religion, love and politics. Hugh Hayden explores racial identity by questioning longheld community traditions. Whether it’s a braided portrait of Beyoncé or a shaved “fading” of Obama on sheepskin, Hayden’s tongue-in-cheek commentary of black identity in America engages viewers on a visceral level. Patrick Martinez’s work draws from a childhood steeped in hip-hop and street culture. Utilizing familiar imagery and style culled from pop culture, Los Angeles-based Martinez reinterprets what is ordinary in a variety of media including paint, neon and even melted handguns.

To learn more about this groundbreaking partnership that unites music and art, please visit yok.vh1.com

@VH1 facebook.com/vh1 yok.vh1.com PROGRAMMING

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FIAT

Booth A19 & VH1 Outdoor Lounge

The FIAT Brand stands for discovery through passionate self-expression. It encourages people to be in charge of their lives, live confidently and celebrate the smallest of things with infectious excitement. That philosophy is embodied by the North American introduction of the iconic Fiat 500 or Cinquecento – a small car that lives big. Italian at heart and rooted in a rich heritage, the 500 is synonymous with modern simple design blending form, function and a pride of ownership that is genuine. FIAT AT SCOPE The FIAT brand has leveraged the booming popularity of the Instagram platform by offering SCOPE guests the chance to print their own Instagram photos onsite. Guests will tag photos throughout the week with the #FIATlovesSCOPE hashtag, and following an E-shots sign-up, their pictures will be printed onsite in a unique branded frame. FIAT product specialists will be on hand to welcome, educate and guide participants through the activation and vehicle highlights. Visit the VH1 Outdoor Lounge during daily activation hours where FIAT will invite attendees to become DJs at their Remix Bar. The Remix Bar features actual FIAT vehicle parts, including a steering wheel, pedals, lights, etc. that guests use to mix unique and personalized electronic beats and sounds. On the evening of SCOPE’s Official Party, hosted by VH1, the FIAT Brand will activate a Neon Paint Photo Booth that allows invited VIP guests to demonstrate their artistic talents and receive a memorable branded takeaway.

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Red Bull Curates Booth J14

Known for initiatives that support bold creativity, Red Bull is giving artists wings with the Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler Project. Seeking out the brightest visual talent across America, the Canvas Cooler Project pairs emerging artists with local venue owners to create custom and functional pieces of art for permanent display in the hottest bars, lounges and restaurants, while simultaneously providing career-boosting exposure for selected artists. Across New York, Los Angeles and Chicago artists were handpicked and given a 24-hour challenge to transform a blank canvas-wrapped Red Bull cooler into an inspired work of art. These spontaneous creations were unveiled to the public in a one-night exhibition where guests and a panel of judges voted for their favorite pieces. From street artists to skilled muralists, the ten winning artists were awarded the opportunity to create two new works in any medium for exhibition at SCOPE Miami 2012. ARTISTS New York: Gerardo Cid, L’Amour Supreme, CLAW MONEY, Kosbe Chicago: GOONS, Hebru Brantley, Don’t Fret Los Angeles: Gregory Siff, Lydia Emily, Hans Haveron

Building upon this critically acclaimed project for 2013, the Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler Project will broaden its search for the hottest emerging talent by expanding its tour to include six cities: New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and San Francisco. To explore the complete collection of Red Bull canvas coolers and learn more about the artists and judges from each city, visit www.redbullusa.com/curates

#RBcurates @redbullMIA facebook.com/redbull redbullusa.com/curates PROGRAMMING

Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler Project | Top: Artist Jules Muck (detail) | Lower: Production Day, Red Bull Curates LA, 2012 46

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SPECIAL PROJECTS

Art Takes Miami

Booth H15 SCOPE, Artists Wanted & See.Me

Presented by SCOPE Art Show, Artists Wanted and See.Me, the annual Art Takes Miami competition is an international search for today’s best emerging talents with the goal of presenting one jury-selected artist in an exclusive booth at SCOPE Miami. See.Me started as a modest side-project in 2008 under the name Artists Wanted. Since then they have displayed the works of tens of thousands of artists, distributed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cash grants and awards, and have hosted dozens of shows and exhibitions, most recently Art Takes Times Square, a massive exhibition in the glittering heart of NYC. For more information go to: http://www.see.me

@artistswanted #artistswanted facebook/artistswanted see.me/arttakesmiami PROGRAMMING

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CATERING

The Federal, ACME Bakery & Phuc Yea! SCOPE Pavilion & VH1 Outdoor Lounge SCOPE Official Caterer: Pious Pig Restaurant Group

SCOPE Miami is pleased to support the local Miami community, partnering with Miami-based Pious Pig Restaurant Group to bring three distinctly creative gastronomic experiences to The SCOPE Pavilion and VH1 Outdoor Lounge. ABOUT THE FEDERAL Hearkening back to days of yore, when the American identity and culture began to take shape, The Federal is a modern-day interpretation of an American tavern. A celebration of American ingredients, ingenuity and craftsmanship, The Federal will feature an innovative slant on classic fare like Beef on Weck, Classic Bar Snacks and their signature Jar o’Duck with charred marshmallow fluff and candied sweet potatoes, in addition to a selection of domestic wines and craft brews. ACME BAKERY Acme Bakery & Coffee is an artisanal bakery that creates a quintessentially American bread tradition founded upon a deep seeded European foundation. More reminiscent of an old time general store than a cafe, Acme displays a myriad of handcrafted and artisanal bakery items, such as pecan stickybuns, meyer-lemon tarts, brownies, bundt and loaf cakes as well as an array of scones, cookies, and other delectable goods. PHUC YEA! Phuc Yea! is a progressive interpretation of traditional Vietnamese cuisine. With its unique selection of items such as Mamma T’s Imperial Rolls, Sweet & Sour Crispy Pork Belly and Classic Bahn Mis with pates and sausage made from scratch, Phuc Yea! will wow SCOPE visitors with the vivacious flavors of the Mekong paired with the savory complexity of snout-to-tail fare, while integrating various modern and avantgarde culinary techniques.

#piouspig #SCOPEtreats #SCOPEdrinks @thefederalmia @myacmebakery @phucyea thefederalmiami.com myacmebakery.com phucyea.com PROGRAMMING

Citrus scented crab, raw baby veggies & crusty bread | Photo credit: Aniece Meinhold, for the Pious Pig Restaurant Group 50

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ACTIVATIONS

Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Booth H28

In partnership with Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

In its third year, the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series is a nation wide search to find the next BIG name in visual arts and provide artists with a platform to expose their work. BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® is cementing its mark in the art world with the support and partnership of Russell and Danny Simmons’ Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation as well as SCOPE Art Show. During the Artisan Series, a select group of artists will be chosen from online submissions and local art gallery events to compete at SCOPE Art Show 2012 during Art Basel Miami. To amplify the Artisan Series this year, BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® and Leopard Films are teaming up to produce five short films and a 60 minute documentary that will explore the convergence of emerging and established artistic talent. Five celebrity filmmakers, including Freddy Rodriguez, Laz Alonso and Persia White, will be matched with five finalists from the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series, to collaborate on a short film. The pair will use the backdrop of their shared native city to unearth how imagination unlocks the hidden potential and beauty in the world around us. The 60 minute documentary entitled: “Imagination to Reality: The Artisans’ Journey” will air on the Ovation Network in February 2013 and will follow the filmmakers throughout the filming and the artists as they prepare for their debut during Art Basel Miami at SCOPE Art Show.

#SapphireArtisan @SapphireGinUSA facebook.com/bombaysapphire

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

sapphireartisanseries.com PROGRAMMING

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TECHNOLOGY

COLLECTRIUM Check-in Counter SCOPE iPhone and iPad app

Powered by COLLECTRIUM, the SCOPE iPhone and iPad app will include a full listing of all past SCOPE digital catalogues and program information in one easy-to-use format. The new 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 PROGRAMMING

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Exhibitors List

60 Floor Plan Exhibitor Profiles 62 Breeder Program 72 Gallery Profiles

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Exhibitors List EXHIBITORS A-Z C13 J12 F01 G10 H15 D09 A13 F05 D13 A27 E07 C17 G03 A 07 G26 H19 H 07 K04 A13 K37 E05 J06 H13 J02 B14 K12 A13 H17 B03 D01 E09 H30 A13 G24 G16 K20 H03

G05 F03 H11 A25 H05 D11 G12 D19 G20 F18 B01 H01 K26 G 07 A13

ABBA FINE ART Art Felicia Art Mûr ArTepuy Artists Wanted bäckerstrasse 4 - platform for young art Bisagra Arte Contemporaneo | Argentine Section BLANK SPACE Butter Gallery C-Art C. Emerson Fine Arts Caldwell Snyder Gallery CANVAS INTERNATIONAL ART Carol Jazzar - Contemporary Art + A23 Center Space Gallery Chalk Horse Corey Helford Gallery Cross Gallery dacil art gallery | Argentine Section Dorian Grey Gallery Eduardo Secci Contemporary Emmanuel Fremin Gallery Ethan Cohen Fine Art Evan Lurie Gallery Faktoria Artystyczna Frederico Sève Gallery Gachi Prieto | Argentine Section + G18 Gagliardi Art System Galería Christopher Paschall s.XXI Galería Jacob Karpio Galerie Mark Hachem Galerie Swanström – ArtScout® Galería Arte x Arte | Argentine Section Gallery Biba Gallery Tableau Guthrie Contemporary Hagedorn Foundation Gallery

EXHIBITORS

J08 A11 E16 F09 F14 C19 B03 E13 H24 G22 D17 D 07 K18 K01 D15 A05 K35 G06 J04 C09 E17 B05 J18

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Hamiltonian Gallery Hardcore Art Contemporary Space Huma Art Projects J.P. Art Center | Taiwan Section Kirk Hopper Fine Art La Lanta Fine Art LeMieux Galleries Long-Sharp Gallery | Kiwi M Contemporary Madelyn Jordon Fine Art Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art Mauger Modern Art Mironova Gallery Officine Dell’Immagine Pabellón 4 Contemporary Art | Argentine Section Parlor Gallery Project 4 Gallery PX Photography RARE Gallery Red Truck Gallery ROBERT FONTAINE GALLERY Salar Galería de Arte Shirin Art Center SOKA ART | Taiwan Section Sophia Collier Gallery Spoke Art STANDING PINE - cube Swenson Gallery The Flat - Massimo Carasi Thinkspace Trailer Park Proyects Turner Carroll Gallery Victori Contemporary Wanrooij Gallery Waterhouse + Dodd White Room Art System White Walls William Art Salon | Taiwan Section

BREEDER SECTION

FEATURED PROJECTS

B12 K16 F07 A03 D03 K22 A01 A17 C03 K14 F12 K24 C07 E14

P01 P02 P03 P04

0gms & | EDS | GALERIA ACCOLA GRIEFEN GALLERY Andenken Gallery | The Garage Baang + Burne Contemporary Circuit 12 Contemporary Factory 49 Ivory & Black JanKossen Contemporary Galerie Maurits Van De Laar N0oSPHERE Arts Sloan Fine Art Tinca Art Untitled Art Projects Vertice Galería de Arte

P05 P06 P07 P08 P09 P10 P 1 1 P12 A18 C21 H21

LOUNGES

L01 H26 A19 J14

Kenneth Pietrobono Simon Bilodeau Lori Nozick Zeger Reyers | Courtesy of Galerie Maurits Van de Laar Kevin Cooley David Rohn CNNCTD+100 La Encomienda Jaume Plensa | Courtesy of Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art Brigitte Kowanz | Courtesy of Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art Debra Holt | Courtesy of ABBA FINE ART Brent Birnbaum Brass Tacks OUTERSPACES THE SCOPE Foundation

VH1 Outdoor Lounge Bombay Sapphire FIAT Red Bull Lounge

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Floor Plan A27

A27 K12

K12 K16

K14

J02

K07

K07 H03

H01

G05

G03

J02

J04

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K20

K18 K22

K20 K24

K22

J06 J04

J08

J06

J12J08

K18K16

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H05

H11 H07

G05G07

G06 G03

H11H15

H13

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K24

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J14 Red Bull Lounge

H13 H17

G16G12

G10

K26

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G18

G20

G16

K35

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J14 RedJ18 Bull Lounge Bombay Sapphire Lounge H17 H24 H19 H21 H26 H30H24 G18 G22

G20

G24

G26G22

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F14

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A25 J18 Bombay Sapphire Lounge H26 H30 A23

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L01 G26

L01

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VH1 F01 K04

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F03

F01 F05

P08

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F05 F09

D07 D01 K07

P07 P05

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B01

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F01

K04

A03

A01 A05

A03

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G07

B14

A05

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A11 A07 E07

C13 G10

H15

H13

G16

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D03

D01

D07

D09

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FIAT H19 H21 Lounge

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D11

H24

G20

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LOUNGE AREA

K37

A25 Bombay Sapphire Lounge FIAT H26 H30 Lounge

C19 C21

F12

A13

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VH1 OUTDOOR A27 LOUNGE

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D17

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P07 P08

J14 Red Bull Lounge

A18 A13

A13 B14

K35

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C19 C21 C17

G12

B12 F07

D15

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LOUNGE

K26

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D13D17

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P11

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C07 G05

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P04

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ADMISSIONS

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Breeder Booths 0gms & | EDS | GALERIA ACCOLA GRIEFEN GALLERY Andenken Gallery | The Garage Baang + Burne Contemporary Circuit 12 Contemporary Factory 49 Ivory & Black JanKossen Contemporary Galerie Maurits Van De Laar N0oSPHERE Arts Sloan Fine Art Tinca Art Untitled Art Projects Vertice GalerĂ­a de Arte

CURATORS Koan Jeff Baysa Noah Becker Daria Brit Shapiro Mollie White

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B12 0gms & | EDS | GALERIA SOFIA + MEXICO CITY

BREEDER PROGRAM

With a legacy built on discovery, SCOPE is renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new trends in emerging art that are embraced globally. The original incubator for emerging work, SCOPE’s Breeder Program celebrates its 12th year of introducing new galleries to the contemporary market. Breeder Program alumni include: Peres Projects, John Connelly Presents, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, Daniel Reich Gallery, Bischoff/ Weiss, Kurimanzutto, INVISIBLEEXPORTS, SEVENTEEN, ROKEBY, Taxter Spengemann, Magical Artroom and Spinello Projects, amongst others. Recognizing the powerful voice of the curator, Breeder galleries are selected by a rotating panel of independent curators for each edition of the fair. The SCOPE Miami 2012 Breeder Program was organized by Brass Tacks, a culture engineering firm known for its far-reaching creative network. The final curatorial panel selected an eclectic and intelligent selection of galleries from eight countries and 11 cities.

0gms 12 Lyuben Karavelov St., #11 1142 Sofia, Bulgaria contact@0gms.com www.0gms.com | EDS | GALERIA Atlixco 32 Condesa, Mexico City D.F. 06140 Mexico T + 52 55 5256 2316 eds@edsgaleria.com www.edsgaleria.com Steven Guermeur | Association Between Structures | 2012 Paper and frame, 70 x 60 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Steven Guermeur

K16 ACCOLA GRIEFEN GALLERY NEW YORK 547 West 27th St., 6th Fl. New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 646 532 3488 info@accolagriefen.com www.accolagriefen.com

Mitch Miller | Whoooa Sh*#%!T Exploration 4 | 2007-12 Polyester resin, acrylic paint, spray paint, paper, rubber, and wood, 41” x 25”

Exhibiting Artists: Kira Greene | Mitch Miller | Keun Young Park | Judy Pfaff

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F07

D03

Andenken Gallery | The Garage

Circuit 12 Contemporary

AMSTERDAM

DALLAS

Lijnbaansgracht 206 1016XA Amsterdam The Netherlands T + 31 (0)62 915 1752 C + 1 917 267 8542 hyland@andenken.com hydeyhodey@gmail.com www.andenken.com

1130 Dragon St. #150 Dallas, TX 75207 USA T + 1 214 760 1212 C + 1 469 865 9979 info@circuit12.com dustin@circuit12.com www.circuit12.com

Amanda Marie | Flirting with Danger 2 | 2011 Acrylic, spraypaint, sewing pattern, screen print on canvas, 118 x 110cm

Graham Caldwell | Polychromatic Formation | 2011 Irridescent glass and epoxy, 40” x 32” x 15”

Exhibiting Artists: Amanda Marie

Exhibiting Artists: Graham Caldwell | Clark Goolsby | Patrick Martinez | Andrea Myers | James Roper | Kristen Schiele

A03

K22

Baang + Burne Contemporary

Factory 49 SYDNEY

NEW YORK 615 West 172 St. New York, NY 10032 USA T + 1 646 926 6408 contact@baangandburne.com press@baangandburne.com www.baangandburne.com

49 Shepherd St. Marrickville, Sydney 2204 Australia T + 61 2 9572 9863 C + 61 408 282 989 factory49@optusnet.com.au www.factory49.blogspot.com.au

Todd Squires | Coffee Pot | 2006 Mixed media, 26.5” x 22”

Franz Ehmann | Wordweather | 2012 Acrylic blackboard paint and bosca pen on Belgian linen, 41 x 31 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Joseph Cultice | Chris Jehly | Todd Squires | Rich Tu | Stacia Yeapanis | Jane Zweibel

Exhibiting Artists: Pam Aitken | Louise Blyton | Lynne Eastaway | Franz Ehmann | Richard Kean | Wendy Kelly | Kate Mackay | Marlene Sarroff | Liz Shreeve | Chris Suttie

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A01

C03

Ivory & Black

Maurits Van De Laar

LONDON

THE HAGUE

94 Berwick St. W1F 0QF London United Kingdom T + 44 755 400 3282 info@ivoryandblack.com pedro@ivoryandblack.com www.ivoryandblack.com

Herderstraat 6 2512 CV The Hague The Netherlands T + 31 70 3540151 C + 31 6 36200307 info@mauritsvandelaar.nl www.mauritsvandelaar.nl

Pedro Matos | Heritage | 2012 Framed C-type print collages Dimensions variable

Ed Pien | Suspend 1 | 2012 Cut out 3M reflector paper, ink on paper 92 x 121 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Erik Brunetti | Jatinder Singh Durhailay | Pedro Matos | Geoff Mcfetridge | Cleon Peterson | Deanna Templeton | Skullphone

Exhibiting Artists: Ed Pien | Zeger Reyers | Justin Wijers

A17

K14

JanKossen Contemporary

NOoSPHERE Arts NEW YORK

BASEL Haltingerstrasse 101 CH 4057 Basel Switzerland T + 41 79 268 5585 info@jankossen.com www.jankossen.com

251 East Houston St. New York, NY 10002 USA C + 1 646 389-8229 mail@no-in-nyc.org www.no-sphere.org

Suh Jeong Min | Korea House Roof-XI | 2012 Paper rolled on wooden frame paper 100 x 50cm

Sol Kjøk | String of Beads 38 | 2009 Pencil and colored pencil on paper 13.75” x 11.5”

Exhibiting Artists: Jackie Cavallaro | Yang Yong Liang | Shoaib Mehmoo | Suh Jeong Min | Hadia Moiz | Oleg Petrenko | Kiran Riaz | Waswo X Waswo

Exhibiting Artists: Vanna Bowles | Gisle Harr | Björn Hegardt | Anki King | Sol Kjøk | Sverre Malling | Pia Myrvold | Terje Nicolaisen

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F12

C07

Sloan Fine Art

Untitled Art Projects

NEW YORK

LOS ANGELES 128 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002 USA T + 1 212 477 1140 alix@sloanfineart.com info@sloanfineart.com www.sloanfineart.com

3309 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles 90004 USA T + 1 213 388 6900 C + 1 310 433 9958 artvoices@gmail.com www.untitledartprojects.com

Brad Woodfin | Ghazal | 2012 oil on panel, 12” x 16”

The Citizen ‘X’ | The Person I Love To Hate | 2012 Color photograph, 24” x 20”

Exhibiting Artists: Eric Finzi | Elizabeth McGrath | Jonathan Viner | Brad Woodfin

The Citizen ‘X’ is an artistic collaboration of four uniquely different Los Angeles based contemporary artists coming together to form a text-based public dialog between the conscious and unconscious realms of our existence.

K24

E14

Tinca Art

Vertice Galería de Arte

NEW YORK

SAN ISIDRO T + 1 919 475 8407 ctabacaru@tincaart.com www.tincaart.com

Ernesto Placencia 350 San Isidro Peru C + 51 196 578 9882 C + 51 199 459 2446 C + 51 195 879 0933 rosario.orjeda07@gmail.com ale.reba@gmail.com www.galeria-vertice.com

Justin Steimer | The Means Justify the Ends | 2012 Oil and tempera on sail, 84” x 54”

Alessandra Rebagliati | GMC | 2011 Photograph, 30 x 40 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Andréa Stanislav | Justin Steimer | Gail Stoicheff

Exhibiting Artists: Iliana Sheggia | Alessandra Rebagliati | Mariana Tschudi

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES

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Gallery Profiles A-Z

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J12 Art Felicia MAUREN

Weiherring 106 FL-9493 Mauren Liechtenstein M + 42 3791 2030 T + 42 3373 3466 F + 42 3373 9923 galerie@art-felicia.li www.art-felicia.li

Anke Eilergerhard | Annina | 2011 Pigmented silicon, ceramic finds 81 x 34 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Anke Eilergerhard

C13

F01

ABBA FINE ART

Art Mûr

MIAMI

MONTREAL

233 NW 36 St. Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 576 4278 F + 1 305 576 5642 art@abbafineart.com www.abbafineart.com

5826 Rue Saint Hubert Montreal, Quebec H2S 2L7 Canada T + 514 933 0711 F + 514 933 0721 rlanthier@artmur.com admin@artmur.com www.artmur.com

David McConnell | Phonosymphonic Sun 2008- 2010 | Acrylic on phonographs with 6-channel sound, Installation

Brandon Vickerd | Columbus | 2012 Polished bass wood, stain and lacquer 64” x 14” x 12”

Exhibiting Artists: Marco Casentini | Emmy Cho | David Alan Harvey | Debra Holt | David McConnell

Exhibiting Artists: Simon Bilodaeu | Jakub Dolejš | Sarah Garzoni | Nadia Myre | David Spriggs | Brandon Vickerd

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G10

A13

ArTepuy

Bisagra Arte Contemporaneo

CARACAS

BUENOS AIRES Calle California con Jalisco Edificio San Carlos, PB-2 Las Mercedes, Caracas Venezuela T + 58 212 993 0974 C + 58 414 129 4781 galeriaartepuy@gmail.com www.artepuy.com.ve

Av. De Libertador 6091 11C Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 4896 1154 bisagra@bsgr.com.ar www.bsgr.com.ar

Reymond Romero | Compact installation | 2005 Photography, 2.5 x 2 meters

Daniel Juarez | Signo de los tiempos | 2011 Mixed media, 129 x 129 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Pepe López | Reymond Romero

Exhibiting Artists: Daniel Juarez | Pabli Stein

D09

F05

bäckerstrasse 4 platform for young art

BLANK SPACE NEW YORK

VIENNA Bäckerstrasse 4 1010 Vienna Austria T + 43 676 555 1 777 F + 43 676 555 1 777 20 office@baeckerstrasse4.at aigner@baeckerstrasse4.at www.baeckerstrasse4.at

511 West 25th St., Ste. 204 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 924 2025 M + 1 917 353 8447 nanalee@blankspaceart.com www.blankspaceart.com

Sissa Micheli | Objective Correlative - I want to be...a dreamhouse | 2012, C-print, framed 100 x 70 cm

J.T. Kirkland | Subspace 086 | 2012 Acrylic, polyacrylic on oak plywood 23.5” x 23.5 x 1”

Exhibiting Artists: Thomas Gänszler | Gerd Hasler | Markus Hofer | Matthias Lautner | Sissa Micheli | Christina Starzer

Exhibiting Artists: J.T. Kirkland | Daniel Kornrumpf | Farsad Labbauf | Seung Mo Park

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E07

Butter Gallery

C. Emerson Fine Arts

MIAMI

ST. PETERSBURG 2930 NW 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 303 6254 paco@buttergallery.com www.buttergallery.com

909 Central Ave. PO Box 1769 St. Petersburg, FL 33705 USA T + 1 727 898 6068 T + 1 727 743 2033 cemersonfinearts@gmail.com www.c-emersonfinearts.com

Rocky Grimes | Past and Present 2 | 2012 Silkscreen and spraypaint on wood 10.75” x 11”

Douglas Hoekzema | Untitled 04 | 2012 Aerosol enamel on canvas, 95” x 62”

Exhibiting Artists: Douglas Hoekzema

Exhibiting Artists: Clayton Chandler | Rocky Grimes | Donna Haynes | Justin Nelson | Jason Snyder

A27

C17

C-Art

Caldwell Snyder Gallery

MIAMI

SAN FRANCISCO 2600 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 786 281 2175 info@c-artgallery.com

341 Sutter St. San Francisco, CA 94108 USA T + 1 415 392 2299 info@caldwellsnyder.com susan@caldwellsnyder.com www.caldwellsnyder.com

Luis Tomasello | Objet Plastique N. 635 | 1988 Painted wood construction on masonite 60 x 60 cm

Marta Penter | Coming | 2012 Oil on canvas, 43” x 71”

Exhibiting Artists: Carlos Cruz Diez | Jesús Rafael Soto l | Luis Tomasello | Alejandro Otero

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G03

G26 + A23

CANVAS INTERNATIONAL ART

Center Space Gallery

AMSTERDAM

NEW YORK

Gerard Doustraat 142-144 1073 VX, Amsterdam The Netherlands T + 31 20 428 6040 M + 31 62 855 0252 M + 31 64 502 6622 canvas@canvas-art.nl www.canvas-art.nl

102 Allen St. New York, NY 10002 USA T + 1 212 226 7805 info@centerspaceny.com www.centerspaceny.com

Huang JingYuan | Gossip from Confucius City 10 2012 | Acrylic on paper, 60 x 60 cm

Alex G. Cao | War and Peace, Picasso vs Matisse | 2012 Chromogenic print with dibond plexiglass | 53” x 120”

Exhibiting Artists: Huang Jingyuan | Kim Joon | Lee Seahyun | Jia Xingtao | Kim Yongbeak

Exhibiting Artists: Alex G. Cao | Daniel Lee | Po Ying Ping | Eric W. | Hongtu Zhang

A07

H19

Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art

CHALK HORSE SYDNEY

MIAMI 158 NW 91st St. Miami, Fl 33150 USA T + 1 305 490 6906 www.cjazzart.com

8 Lacey St. Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Australia T + 61 (02) 9211 8999 james@chalkhorse.com.au www.chalkhorse.com.au

Shoshanna Weinberger | Bellwether | 2012 Mixed media on paper, 69” x 59"

Julian Meagher | Little Creatures | 2012 Oil on linen, 72 x 52 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ana Albertina Delgado | Chris Fennell | André Leon Gray | Robert Huff | Shoshanna Weinberger

Exhibiting Artists: James Kerr | Jasper Knight | Julian Meagher | Kate Mitchell | Oliver Watts

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H07

A13

Corey Helford Gallery

dacil art gallery BUENOS AIRES

CULVER CITY 8522 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 USA T + 1 310 287 2340 jch@coreyhelfordgallery.com www.coreyhelfordgallery.com

Pasaje Soria 5125 Palermo CP1414 Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 4832 1784 info@dacilart.com www.dacilart.com

D*FACE | Left For Dead | 2011 Acrylic on linen, 60” x 60”

Alejandro Bonzo | Untitled, from the series Reinos Olvidados (Forgotten Kingdoms) | 2012 Oleo on canvas, 150 x 200 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ray Ceasar | Colin Christian | D*Face | Chloe Early | Eine | Sarah Folkman |

Exhibiting Artists: Alejandro Bonzo | Laura Viñas | Analia Zalazar

K04

K37

Cross Gallery

Dorian Grey Gallery

Hush | Kukula | Michael Mararian | Nouar | Brandi Mine | Buff Monster | RISK | Martin Wittfooth

DUBLIN

NEW YORK 59 Francis St. Dublin 8 Ireland T + 35 314 738978 info@crossgallery.ie www.crossgallery.ie

437 East 9th St. New York, NY 10009 USA T + 1 516 244 4126 F + 1 516 883 1717 info@doriangreygallery.com www.doriangreygallery.com

Anthony Lyttle | Weft | 2012 Marker and acrylic on layout paper 110 x 144 cm

Tim Bessell | The Last Supper | 2012 Mixed media sculpture, 9’ x 6”, Edition 10

Exhibiting Artists: Graham Chorlton | Graham Crowley | Simon English | Brian Gormley | Anthony Lyttle | David Eager Maher | Mary Ruth Walsh

Exhibiting Artists: Tim Bessell | BTA | Richard Hambleton

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E05

H13

Eduardo Secci Contemporary

Ethan Cohen Fine Arts

FLORENCE

NEW YORK

Via Fra’ Giovanni Angelico 49 Florence Italy T + 39 055 051 7157 M + 39 329 953 9130 gallery@eduardosecci.com es@eduardosecci.com www.eduardosecci.com

211 Fishkill Ave. Beacon, NY 12508 USA T + 1 212 625 1250 ecfa@ecfa.com www.ecfa.com

Paolo Grassino | Travasi | 2007 Resin, cement, alluminum

Michael Zelehoski | National Gridlock | 2012 Assemblage with found barricades and plywood 63” x 68”

Exhibiting Artists: Paolo Grassino | Roberto Pietrosanti | Francesco Sena

Exhibiting Artists: Michael Zelehoski

J06

J02

Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Evan Lurie Gallery

NEW YORK

CARMEL

547 West 27 St., Ste. 508 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 212 279 8555 M + 1 646 245 3240 emmanuelfremingallery@gmail.com www.emmanuelfremingallery.com

30 West Main St. Carmel, IN 46032 USA T + 1 317 844 8400 F + 1 317 844 8460 info@evanluriegallery.com www.evanluriegallery.com

Young Sam Kim | A World in the City 12 | 2011 Digital print, 40” x 53”

Jorge Santos | Night Fishing | 2012 Oil on canvas, 66” x 105”

Exhibiting Artists: Young Sam kim | Do Byung Kyu | Ted Lawson | Drew Tal

Exhibiting Artists: Alberto Cavalieri | L’Oriano Galloni | Steve Houston | Tim Nakamora | Jorge Santos | Alexi Torres

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B14

A13

faktoria artystyczna

Gachi Prieto Gallery

LOMIANKI

BUENOS AIRES

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

Uriarte 1976 Palermo C1414 Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 4774 6961 info@gachiprietogallery.com www.gachiprietogallery.com

Kamil Kuskowski | Picture VI | 2009 From the series Denial of anti-Semitism Acrylic on canvas, 150 x 200 cm

Andres Waissman | Sombras Articuladas | 2011 Acrylic and enamel on canvas, 148 x 122 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Hagit Barkai | Anna Baumgart | Alina Bloch | Agata M. Groszek | Grzegorz Kowalski | Katarzyna Krakowiak | Agnieszka Kurant | Kamil Kuskowski | Zbigniew Libera Iwona Liegmann | Justyna Miklasiewicz | Karol Gąsienica Szosta

Exhibiting Artists: Andres Waissman

K12

H17 + G18

Frederico Sève Gallery

Gagliardi Art System

NEW YORK

TORINO

37 West 57th St., 4th Fl. New York, NY 10019 USA T + 1 212 334 7813 info@fsevegallery.com www.fredericosevegallery.com

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

Alexandre Mazza | O que corre em suas veias? 2012 | Automotive paint on wood, crystal, plexiglass, liquid gel, and bulbs, 17.7” x 11.8” x 16.5”, Edition of 5

Ralf Kaspers | Summerland VII | 2011 Lambda print, diasec, 200 x 345 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Patricia Claro | André Cypriano | Carolina Gomez | Carmen Herrera | Elizabeth Jobim | Alexandre Mazza | Emilio Sanchez | Saul Sanchez | Gaston Ugalde EXHIBITORS

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Exhibiting Artists: Daniele D’Acquisto | Glaser/Kunz | Ralf Kaspers | I Santissimi | Fabio Viale

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B03

E09

Galería Christopher Paschall s.XXI

Galerie Mark Hachem PARIS | NEW YORK

BOGOTÁ 28, Place des Vosges 75003 Paris France T + 33 (0)1 42 76 94 93 F + 33 (0)1 42 76 95 47 paris@markhachem.com

Calle 22 No.5 - 88 Bogotá Colombia T + 57 1 282 4375 C + 57 315 339 0015 cpaschall@christopherpaschall.com www.christopherpaschall.com

New York T + 1212 585 2900 F + 1212 585 2911 nyc@markhachem.com

Chanoir | Anarchia | 2012 Stuffed animals, 190 cm diameter

Nacer | Les Fleurs du Mal | 2009 Resin and iron, 42 x 60 x 12 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Chanoir | Johnston Foster | Alejandro Ospina

Exhibiting Artists: Maura Corda | Anne De Villemejane | Alexandra Gestin | Marcos Marin | MIKA | Nasr-Eddine Ben Nacer | Dario Perez Flores | Fernando Porras

D01

H30

Galería Jacob Karpio

Galerie Swanström – ArtScout®

SAN JOSÉ

NEW YORK Ave 1 # 1352 Custa de Nuñez San José Costa Rica T + 506 22 57 79 63 C + 506 88 47 43 78 jacobkarpiogallery@gmail.com

136 Sullivan St., 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10012 USA M + 1 347 326 3259 M + 1 347 237 6044 gallerist@bethswanstrom.com info@artscoutmedia.com www.bethswanstrom.com

gilf! | Untitled II | 2012 Spray paint on dibond, 30” x 22” Edition of 6

Vargas-Suarez Universal | Vector Group: Pleaides Matrix | 2012 | Oil and enamel on canvas, 60” x 48”

Exhibiting Artists: Benjamin Aitala | Manuel Esnoz | Priscilla Monge | Francisco Valdes | Martin C. Herbst | Andy Moses | Viviana Zargon | Adan Vallecillo | Gerardo Echevarria | Victor Florido | Ana Abregu | Jose Rosenblatt | Javier Rossel | Habacuc | La Encomienda | David Rosenbloom EXHIBITORS

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Exhibiting Artists: Anne Lilly | gilf!

89

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A13

G16

Galería Arte x Arte

Gallery Tableau

BUENOS AIRES

SEOUL

Lavalleja 1062 C1414DTV Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 4773 2738 artexarte@fibertel.com.ar www.galeriaartexarte.com

101dong B106 SKHUB ARTCENTER Samildaero 461 Jongno Seoul South Korea M + 82 10 4295 4188 F + 82 2 723 6084 limjeonggi@yahoo.co.kr www.gallerytableau.com

Eduardo Médici | Argentine Meninas / Meninas Argentinas 2008 | Intervened photography | 40 x 60 cm, Edition 3/3

Hee-Kyung Kim | Bloom No.54 | 2011 Korean paper, 100 x 100 x 11 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Alfonso Castillo | Eduardo Médici

Exhibiting Artists: Cho | Choi | Kim Hee-Kyung | Phil Hyuun | Hyung Sic | Kim | Lee |Mi-Ae | Park | Kyung Sik | Min Sook | Yoo

G24

K20

Gallery Biba

Guthrie Contemporary

PALM BEACH

NEW ORLEANS

224A Worth Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480 USA T + 1 561 651 1371 F + 1 561 651 1372 info@gallerybiba.com

3815 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70115 USA M + 504 897 2688 leslie@guthriecontemporary.com www.guthriecontemporary.com

Shen Shaomin | Mona Lisa | 2008 Oil on canvas, silica gel frame, 60 5/8” x 47 5/8” Edition 3/3

Udo Noger | Gleiches 3 | 2010 Painting, 27” x 24”

Exhibiting Artists: Adela Andea | William Cannings | Daniel Cherubin | Zhang Dali | Yury Darashkevich | Carole Feuerman | Dan Flavin | Warner Friedman | Daniel & Geo Fuchs | Romero Fudyma | Katja Loher | José Rosenblatt | Robert St. Croix | Barbara Segal | Jonathan Seliger | Jonathan Stein | Gavin Turk | Maxim Wakultschik EXHIBITORS

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Exhibiting Artists: Rodolfo Choperena | Susan Dory | Bernd Haussmann| DeeDee Morrison | Udo Noger | Aline Smithson 91

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H03

F03

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery

Hardcore Art Contemporary Space

ATLANTA

MIAMI

425 Peachtree Hills Ave., Ste. 25 Atlanta GA, 30305 USA T + 1 404 492 7718 M + 1 516 669 6975 F + 1 404 467 1991 brenda@hfgallery.org www.hfgallery.org

72 NW 25th St. Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 786 442 8843 F + 1 305 576 1646 info@hardcoreartmiami.com hardcoreartcontemporary@gmail.com www.hardcoreartmiami.com

Ruth Dusseault | Topiary Garden - Peacock, Cypress Gardens, Winter Haven (est. 1936) 2006 | Print, 51.5” x 24”

Carlos Gamez de Francisco | John’s parents, Darcy, Unknown Girl, & Eleanor staring right 2011 | Ink on paper, 4.5 x 6.5 x 152 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Ruth Dusseault | Nancy Floyd | Paul Hagedorn | Susan Harbage Page | Martin Parr | John Oetgen | Christina Price Washington

Exhibiting Artists: Anne Brunet | Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons| Carlos Gamez de Francisco | Kate Kretz | Laura Lima | Gabriela Morawetz |Tatiana Parcero | Liliana Porter | Pablo Tamayo | Mariano Vargas | Robert Zuckerman

G05

H11

Hamiltonian Gallery

Huma Art Projects

WASHINGTON DC

RIO DE JANEIRO

1335 U Street NW Washington DC, 20009 USA T + 1 202 332 1116 amanda@hamiltoniangallery.com

Rua Alfredo Chaves, 56 Rio De Janeiro, 22260-160 Brazil T + 1 646 404 2850 M + 1 646 404 2850 clarisse.lima@huma.art.br atendimento@huma.art.br www.huma.art.br

Milana Braslavky | Brown Purse | 2012 From the Purse Series, Digital C-print 40” x 30”

Tomás Ribas | Barríl 2 “Telescópio” 2009–2012 | Barrel, mirror, christmas lights 89 x 62 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Amy Boone-McCreesh | Milana Braslavsky | Matthew Mann

Exhibiting Artists: Gais Ama | Philippe Gebara | Rodrigo “Tizil” Lima | Tomas Ribas | Ele Souto | Patricia Thompson

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A25

D11

J.P. Art Center

La Lanta Fine Art

TAIWAN

WATTANA

8F, No. 63 Wu Fu 3rd Rd. Kaohsiung 801 Taiwan R.O.C. jpartcenter@gmail.com

245/14 Sukhumvit 31 Rd. Klongtan Nua, Wattana Thailand T + 66 89 120 7292 M + 66 89 120 7292 F + 66 2 204 0582 fon@lalanta.com www.lalanta.com

Chihung Yang | Mirage | 2006–2008 Acrylic on canvas, 88 x 116.5 cm

Eri Imamura | Love | 2012 Embroidery on antique kimono fabric 80 x 66 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Chihung Yang

Exhibiting Artists: Eri Imamura | Michelle Mikesell | Attasit Pokpong | Gabi Benzano

H05

G12

Kirk Hopper Fine Art

LeMieux Galleries

DALLAS

NEW ORLEANS

3008 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226 USA T + 1 214 760 9230 kirk@kirkhopperfineart.com www.kirkhopperfineart.com

332 Julia St. New Orleans, LA 70130 USA T + 1 504 522 5988 M + 1 504 259 3864 christy@lemieuxgalleries.com mail@lemieuxgalleries.com www.lemieuxgalleries.com

Bill Haveron | Reverse Osmosis Post Pubescence 2005-2012 | Graphite on paper, 60” x 83.5”

Theresa Honeywell | Jack Hammer | 2012 Hand knitted alpaca and merino wool 39” x 8” x 20”

Exhibiting Artists: Alejandro Diaz-Ayala |Carlos Donjuan | Sergio Garcia | Bill Haveron

Exhibiting Artists: Theresa Honeywell | Kathryn Hunter | Kate Samworth

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D19

F18

Long-Sharp Gallery

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art

INDIANAPOLIS

SCARSDALE

50 West Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 USA T + 1 317 414 7216 rhonda@modernmastersfab.com www.longsharpgallery.com

37 Popham Rd. Scarsdale, NY 10583 USA T + 1 914 723 8738 info@madelynjordonfineart.com www.madelynjordonfineart.com

William John Kennedy | Warhol Editing Film 1963 - 1964 | Silver gelatin fiber print, 16” x 20”

Stan Munro | Taj Mahal, Agra, India | 2012 Toothpicks, 24” x 25” x 12”

Exhibiting Artists: Banksy | Jean Michel Basquiat | David Datuna | Keith Haring | Robert Indiana | William John Kennedy | Roy Lichtenstein | Gino Miles | Robert Motherwell | Pablo Picasso | Constance Edwards Scopelitis | Andy Warhol | Russell Young

Exhibiting Artists: Rineke Dijkstra | Zhang Huan |Ted Larsen | Stan Munro | Agathe Snow | Susan Wides

G20

B01

M Contemporary

Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art

ANNAPOLIS

SALZBURG | VIENNA 1851 McGuckian St. Annapolis, MD 21401 USA T + 1 410 263 2554 mmyers@mcontemporary.co www.mcontemporary.co

Weihburggasse 26, 1010 Vienna Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg Austria T + 1 43 1904 2004 T + 1 43 6628 4518 office@galerie-mam.com www.galerie-mam.com

Karl Connolly | Inflection | 2011 Oil on canvas, 62” x 78”

Anthony Cragg | It Is, It Isn’t | 2010 Wood, 242 x 150 x 110 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Carlos Aires | Madeleine Berkhemer | Herbert Brandl | Anthony Cragg | Jan Fabre | Susy Gomez | Alfred Haberpointner | Brigitte Kowanz | Jaume Plensa | Barthélémy Toguo | Baltazar Torres | Juan Usle

Exhibiting Artists: Karl Connolly

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H01

G07

Mauger Modern Art

Officine Dell’Immagine

LONDON

MILAN 81 Rochester Row London, SW1P 1LJ United Kingdom T + 44 7590 527 332 M + 44 (0)7590 527 332 M + 44 (0)7779 994 160 richard@maugermodern.com dan@maugermodern.com

Via Atto Vannucci 13 20135 Milan Italy T + 39 0331898608 M + 39 3939311032 info@officinedellimmagine.com marco@officinedellimmagine.com www.officinedellimmagine.com

Kim Hyunsik | Untitled | 2012 Acrylicn and resin, 91 x 91 cm

Tamara Ferioli | Don’t Wanna Play With You Anymore 2008 | Wood crib and 1134 tea-bags, 130 x 69 x 95 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Kim Hyunsik | Jeff Robb

Exhibiting Artists: Mattia Biagi | Alessandro Cannistrà | Luca Cervini | Tamara Ferioli | Matteo Negri | Nunzio Paci | Nicol Vizioli

K26

A13 Pabellón 4 Contemporary Art

Mironova Gallery KIEV

BUENOS AIRES Uriarte 1332 Palermo C1414DAL Buenos Aires Argentina T + 54 11 4772 8745 C + 54 11 4779 2654 pabellon4@interlink.com.ar www.pabellon4.com

Olgenskaya 6 Kiev Ukraine T + 38 (044) 277 88 88 info@mironovagallery.com www.mironova-gallery.com

Tatiana Tret | Memory of China | 2011 Mixed media, 60” x 40”

Paula Otegui | Landscape April | 2012 Acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Tatiana Tret | Jessica Lichtenstein

Exhibiting Artists: Paula Otegui | Manuel Archain | MILCHO | Natalia Revilla

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J08

E16

Parlor Gallery

PX Photography

ASBURY PARK

BROOKLYN

717 Cookman Ave. Asbury Park, NJ 07712 USA T + 1 732 869 0606 info@parlor-gallery.com www.parlor-gallery.com

33 Nassau Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222 USA T + 1 917 544 9606 F + 1 212 578 3660 info@pxphotography.org www.pxphotography.org

Matthew Cox | Minotaur | 2011 Embroidery thread on x-ray, 17” x 19.5”

Thomas Jorion | Bad | 2010 Digital C-print, 25” x 40”, Edition of 6

Exhibiting Artists: Kim Alsbrooks | Matthew Cox | Michael Mapes

Exhibiting Artists: Sophie von Herzongenberg | Thomas Jorion | Yolim Khoo | Ralph Schulz

A11

F09

Project 4 Gallery

RARE Gallery

WASHINGTON D.C.

NEW YORK

1353 U street NW, Ste. 302 Washington, D.C. 20009 USA T + 1 202 232 4340 info@project4gallery.com www.project4gallery.com

547 West 27th St., Ste 514 New York, NY 10001 USA T + 1 646 339 6050 F + 1 718 897 1310 raregallery@earthlink.net www.rare-gallery.com

Katherine Mann | Stomach | 2012 Acrylic, woodcut, sumi ink on paper 60” x 81”

Daphne Arthur | The Wasteland | 2012 Smoke and watercolor on paper, 12” x 18”

Exhibiting Artists: Katherine Mann | Katy Stone

Exhibiting Artists: Daphne Arthur | Nicholas Hall | Francesco Longenecker | Suzanne Unrein

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F14

B03

Red Truck Gallery

Salar Galería de Arte LA PAZ

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

Ave. Ecuador No. 2534 La Paz Bolivia T + 1 301 357 0580 F + 1 301 591 3780 info@salart.org www. salart.org

Jason D’Aquino | Mona Lisa | 2012 Graphite in matchbook, 1” x 2”

Gastón Ugalde | Sal X | 2011 Mixed media video Installation Dimensions variable

Exhibiting Artists: Ian Berry | Jason D’Aquino

Exhibiting Artists: Gastón Ugalde

C19

E13

ROBERT FONTAINE GALLERY

Shirin Art Center TEHRAN

MIAMI 2349 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida 33127 USA T 1 305 397 8530 robert@robertfontainegallery.com www.robertfontainegallery.com

No. 9, 18th St. Velenjak, Tehran Iran T + 1 98 21 22427768 info@shiringallery.com www.shiringallery.com

Gianluca Traina | Watch Me | 2012 Leather, paper, polish, 19.7” x 39”

Farnaz Rabieejah | The Golden Gun | 2012 Bronze, 39 x 3.5 x 26.5 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Troy Abbott | Nick Gentry | Gianluca Traina

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Exhibiting Artists: Masoumeh Abirinia | Hojat Amani | Sepehr Bakhtiyar | Ladan Broujerdi | Bob Far | Afshan Ketabchi |Mohammad khoshbakht | Hooman Nobakht | Farnaz Rabieejah | Masiha Rashedi |Amin Roshan | Iman Safaie | Abo Shahi 103


H24

D17

SOKA ART

Spoke Art

TAIPEI

SAN FRANCSICO

2F No. 57, Sec. 1 Dunhua South Rd. Taipei Taiwan, 10557 T + 88 62 2570 0390 F + 88 62 2570 0393 info@soka-art.com.tw pr@soka-art.com.tw www.soka-art.com

816 Sutter St. San Francsico, CA 94109 USA T + 1 415 796 3774 spokeartgallery@gmail.com www.spoke-art.com

Hsi Shih-Pin | Actaeon – The Moonlight Dear | 2012 Stainless steel, wood, acrylic, marble, copper 210 x 185 x 60 cm

Scott Hove | Chocolate Beast | 2012 Acrylic and mixed media on polyurethane foam 33” x 24” x 24”

Exhibiting Artists: Simon Chang | Shyu Ruey-Shiann | Hsi Shih-Pin | Tzeng Yong-Ning

Exhibiting Artists: Jessica Hess | Scott Hove | Scott Scheidly

G22

D07

Sophia Collier Gallery

STANDING PINE - cube NAGOYA

SAUSALITO 610 Coloma St., Ste. 730 Sausalito, CA 94965 USA T + 1 415 331 1396 sophia@sophiacolliergallery.com www.sophiacolliergallery.com

Yebisu Bldg. Part2, 3rd Fl. 2-5-24 Nishiki, Naka-ku Nagoya-City, Aichi 460-0003 Japan T + 81 52 203 3930 info@standingpine.jp www.standingpine.jp

Sophia Collier | Dark Water, New York in the 80s 2012 | Carved acrylic block, 24” x 16” x 2”

Kenji Sugiyama | Institute of Intimate Museums-Viewer 2011 | Mixed media (mirror, frame, paper, picture of past works), 60” x 18” x 10”

Exhibiting Artists: Sophia Collier

Exhibiting Artists: Youki Hirakawa | Shinji Ogawa | Kenji Sugiyama

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K18

D15

Swenson Gallery

Thinkspace

MIAMI

CULVER CITY

561 NW 32nd St. Miami, FL 33127 USA T + 1 305 576 2828 M + 1 305 904 2253 ademello@bacfl.org www.bacfl.org

6009 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 USA T + 1 310 558 3375 contact@thinkspacegallery.com www.thinkspacegallery.com

Ernesto Kunde | Homeless and Jobless Narrative | 2012 Mixed media, Dimensions variable

Amy Sol | The Light of River Lull | 2012 Acrylic on wood, 12” x 16”

Exhibiting Artists: Ernesto Kunde | Bianca Pratorius

Exhibiting Artists: Amy Sol | Brian M. Viveros

K01

A05

The Flat Massimo Carasi

Trailer Park Proyects

MILAN

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

Via Paolo Frisi 3 Milan 20129 Italy T + 39 (0) 2 583 13809 carasi-massimo@libero.it www.carasi.it

59 Calle Union Cond. Hillsview Plaza 406 Guaynabo Puerto Rico T + 1 787 409 6983 alexis@alexisfigueroa.com www.trailerparkproyects.com

Paolo Cavinato | Windows -Corridor | 2012 Nylon floss, acrylic paint, wood frames 200 x 200 cm

Karlo Ibarra | La suerte esta echada | 2012 Video, 6 minutes 18 seconds loop

Exhibiting Artists: Guido Bagini | Paolo Cavinato | Cristiano De Gaetano | Greta Frau | Pesce Khete | Ward Shelley

Exhibiting Artists: Karlo Ibarra | Jason Mena | Rafael Miranda | Manuel Rodriguez | Omar Velazquez

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K35

J04

Turner Carroll Gallery

Wanrooij Gallery

SANTA FE

ARNHEM

725 Canyon Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA T + 1 505 986 9800 F + 1 505 986 5027 info@turnercarrollgallery.com www.turnercarrollgallery.com

Zwanenstraat 6 6811 DD Arnhem The Netherlands T + 31 6 45700280 info@wanrooijgallery.com www.wanrooijgallery.com

Deborah Oropallo | Chambermaid | 2012 Acrylic on canvas, 68” x 49”

Christian Voigt | Arabeske – United Arab Emirates | 2011, Photograph, 300 x 100 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Hung Liu | Deborah Oropallo | Shawn Smith

Exhibiting Artists: Christian Voigt | Koh Sang Woo | Anna Tas | Kathy Mueller-Moser | Joseph Klibansky

G06

C09

VICTORI CONTEMPORARY

Waterhouse & Dodd

NEW YORK

NEW YORK

1006 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10018 USA T + 1 201 913 9036 info@victoricontemporary.com www.victoricontemporary.com

104 Greene St. New York, NY 10012 USA T + 1 212 226 3000 newyork@waterhousedodd.com www.waterhousedodd.com

Peter Lapsley | Tree | 2012 Gold leaf on glass, 10” x 10”

Alex Rennie | Pop Stack 3 | 2012 Oil on linen, 71” x 71”

Exhibiting Artists: Golnar Adili | Nicholas Forker | Clark Goolsby | Gregory Hayes | Peter Lapsley | Charles Moody | Joel Voisard | Virginia Wagner

Exhibiting Artists: Nicky Broekhuysen | Brian Brown | John Brown | Jeremy Duncan | EVOL | Etsuko Ichikawa | Jade Oakley | Karin Krommes | Jemimah Patterson | Jean-Francois Rauzier | Alex Rennie | Monica Serra | Peter Wilde

EXHIBITORS

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E17

J18

White Room Art System

William Art Salon

POSITANO | CAPRI

TAIPEI Positano Via del Mulini, 26 84017 Positano (SA) Italy T + 39 089 8123440 Capri Via Vittorio Emanuele, 50 80073 Capri (NA) Italy T + 39 081 837 8828 info@whiteroomartsystem.com www.whiteroomartsystem.com

NO.356 Sec.2 Tiding Blvd. Taipei Taiwan T + 88 6 952 264 506 F + 88 6 2 8502 5571 M + 88 6 952 246 506 williamartspace@gmail.com anxiaona@outlook.com www.williamartsalon.com

Peter Demetz | Stanza 12 | 2011 Linden wood, 54 x 46.5 x 17 cm

Peng Guan Chun | Horn | 2012 Copper sculpture, 36 x 25 x 16 cm

Exhibiting Artists: Peter Demetz | Ciceri Umberto | Willy Verginer

Exhibiting Artists: JC Kuo | Question Mark | Chou Yi-Syong | Chen Yin-Wei

B05 White Walls SAN FRANCISCO

835 Larkin St. San Francisco, CA 94109 USA T + 1 415 931 1500 justin@whitewallssf.com www.whitewallssf.com In collaboration with Montana Colors Casey Gray | Three Vases #1 | 2012 Acrylic spraypaint and ink on panel 72” x 48”

Exhibiting Artists: Casey Gray |Peter Gronquist | Herakut | Augustine Kofie | Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman | Ferris Plock EXHIBITORS

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SCOPE Miami 2012 | Official Catalogue