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Brad Phillips

Major Depressive Episode.

Brad Phillips is a Vancouver based artist who exhibits paintings and photographs. Sometimes a curator and sometimes a writer, he is represented in the U.S. by Wallspace in New York and in Zurich by Claudia Groeflin Galerie. www.bradphillips.ca 10

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Cătălin Petrişor

Leap of faith, 2011. Oil on canvas, 50 by 50 cm. Courtesy Năsui Gallery and V-Art Gallery.

Cătălin Petrişor, born in 1978, obtained an MFA at the University of Art and Design of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in 2004. The following year, he participated at IBCA in Prague. After the biennale, two of his works were collected by the Czech National Gallery. He was part of Colouring The Grey, curated by Cosmin Năsui, presented in Special Projects section of the fourth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. His paintings are seamless renditions based on cut-outs from found or owned photographs which he sometimes overlaps contour drawings made in graphite. He favors elusive subjects deliberately kept opened to multiple interpretations. www.catalinpetrisor.com

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Aïcha Hamu

The Big Sleep. Impressions on Transcryl between two glass sheets, 25 cm by 32 cm by 26 cm. Courtesy Galerie Catherine Issert, Saint Paul, France.

The Big Sleep is a 25 piece series of portraits of actresses sleeping. Amongst them, Marilyn is the only one who seems to be at eternal rest. This work is produced using a particular technique that consists of ink prints encapsulated in a kind of skin made out of Transcryl. This process creates a hazy and translucent visual effect, somewhat reminiscent of ectoplasm. As in another of the artists’ series titled Hyphen, it’s a matter of embodying an intermediary state of being asleep or in trance. Aïcha Hamu’s work definitely has something to do with Pop Art, but is more like a bleached variant. http://documentsdartistes.org 22

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Felix Deac

Eidetic, 2010. Silicon, acrylic, natural hair and makeup, 18 cm high, 32 cm wide, 22 cm deep.

Exceeding materiality and material conditions, I started to play by shaping the forms, respecting the logic of the living and intending to give each of my work its own life. Details and textures are taken from the living and real world in order to create a non-anthropomorphic, compositional whole. My intention is to provide aesthetic qualities to objects and shapes which would offer to the public an unexplained existence due to the illusion of living. With the atwork I have in mind to exhibit, I am trying to flame visceral reactions and to put into the game a purely sympathetic and powerful relationship between the viewer and the creation. www.felixdeac.freevar.com

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Jade Doskow

The Lot (Feelings of Expansiveness #1). Photograph.

Jade Doskow’s lens typically falls upon strange visual paradoxes in the built environment—be it a tree growing through a house or a world’s fair pavilion from the 1950’s, reminiscent of a giant spaceship that has unwittingly landed in suburbia. Using a large-format camera and perfecting her images using the digital darkroom, Doskow’s prints are large, sublimely printed, and dreamlike. Doskow is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts and International Center of Photography in New York. She is represented by Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara and Seattle. Doskow lives and works out of Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, the painter Lambert Fernando, and their son Benjamin. www.jadedoskowphotography.com

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Suzanne Broughel Suzanne Broughel’s exhibitions include the PS 1/MOMA show Bearable Lightness…Likeness, curated by Franklin Sirmans, Natural Renditions at Marlborough/Chelsea, curated by Diana Campbell and Eric Gleason, and Things Fall Apart at Rush Arts Gallery, curated by Derrick Adams. In 2010, as an A.I.R. Gallery fellow, she had her first solo exhibition. Following her first solo, in 2011, she had solo exhibitions at the University of Memphis and Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, which was part of Aljira’s EmergeNEXT Series. She has held residencies including Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2008, and Triangle Artist Workshop in 2010. In 2009, Broughel was awarded a NYFA fellowship in sculpture. fortyacresofbandaids.blogspot.com

Zehra Khan I transform my friends and myself into animals, painting directly on their skin. These animal characters activate their environments—fictions which lay bare the very real hazards of human relationships. The animal-character is placed in an environment/ installation; a complete painted background on paper or bed sheets. These environments craft two-dimensional drawings into three-dimensional scenarios. The final product of this act is a photograph or film in which the viewer glimpses the surreal high jinks of a human disguised as a giant animal. www.zehrakhan.com Last Cigarette.

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AnĂ­bal GomescĂĄsseres

Top: Mural. Bottom: Valet Parking.

My work takes place around a social behavior more and more developed and concrete in their mechanisms of conquest: the intake system on the market today. Using as principal language mechanisms of contemporary advertising, revealed are pictures of attractive colors, intentions that go beyond the aesthetic. This is all code designed to attract consumers willing to take great cost to access elements that promise satisfaction, not only in its practical function, but by a feeling of pleasure and illusory security, distorting contradictory urban settings. In this context, I explore the emergence of technological devices and marketing techniques, and how these have become a key language for the construction of contemporary society. Some of the most outstanding qualities of this cosmopolitan architecture are the use of shiny materials like acrylic, aluminum and steel. I also refer to massive reproduction techniques while respecting the individuality and uniqueness of each piece of art. The irony then, is the main factor of the work—as is appropriate to attract advertising concepts to reveal just psychotic behavior of some consumer spending. www.anibalart.com 40

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Brian R. Jobe

Tuft vs. Turf (Fire Escape), 2009. 14� zip ties, fire escape, 41 in by 170 in by 19 in. Photo courtesy of Denny Renshaw. Site-specific project at Mixed Greens Gallery, New York, NY.

Brian R. Jobe, born in1981, is an American artist working in site-specific sculpture and three-dimensional objects. His primary concerns are repetition, sequential inevitability, and public interaction. Jobe was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in 2004 and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2006. After living in Brooklyn, New York for a time, he relocated with his wife Carri Jobe to Knoxville, Tennessee where he currently teaches college art courses. www.brianjobe.com

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Aya Haidar

Seamstress V, 2011.

By reviewing history, authorship and authenticity, cultural and historical customs are drawn out. Networks are re-worked where the material shapes the way the viewer identifies and engages with the subject matter. As stories are recounted, history, authorship and authenticity are again revisited. Aya Haidar’s investigation into the limitations of a visual language within fine art has led her to explore the fundamental elements of language that contribute to a story. This overlap plays on one’s senses of memory and imagination. Haidar’s work has pushed her to place herself at the center of the work, both physically as the object and emotionally as the subject. www.ayahaidar.com

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Giulio Iurissevich Nothing is created. Everything changes .. In a continuous becoming of matter and form. This is my world: chaotic, multiple, a perpetual cycle of  sunrise and sunset, eternal tension between desire and possibility. The pencil through the border  in search of metamorphosis and advances in the hunt for a summary of contemporaneity.  Illustration as a visionary universe that is divided  into a thousand fragments and then back together  in new forms. To do so, I’m constantly challenging, landing effortlessly in real hypertext compositions.  www.giulio-iurissevich.com Untitled.

Katherinne Fiedler Gonzales Daly Born in Lima, Katherinne Fiedler graduated from the University of Barcelona, specializing in painting. She has participated in several group exhibitions in Spain, Peru, Italy and Germany. Katherinne has also been invited to participate in the Bienal de Catalunya, Art Jobe the Blac de Sabadell and the Internation Painting Prize Foundation, amongst others. She currently lives and works in Barcelona. www.katherinnefiedler.com

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Catherine Bertola Catherine Bertola creates installations, objects and drawings that respond to particular sites, collections and historic contexts. Underpinning her work is a desire to look beyond the surface of objects and buildings, to uncover forgotten and invisible histories of places and people as a way of reframing and considering the past. Often drawing on the historic role of women in society, craft production and labour.

Unseen By All But Me Alone, 2009. Gold thread and fixings, installed at Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, UK. Photo: Julian Hughes. Image courtesy of the artist, Workplace Gallery and Galerie M+R Fricke.

Catherine Bertola lives and works in Gateshead, U.K.. She has exhibited extensively with institutions such as; Kunsthalle zu Kiel in Germany, Artium in Spain, National Museum on Wales, V&A, The Government Art Collection and the National Trust in the U.K.. www.workplacegallery.co.uk www.galeriefricke.de

Liz Markus Painted with fluid, delicate washes of acrylic on unprimed canvas, Liz Markus works in the tradition of the innovators of American abstract painting. Though she has a remarkable degree of control, she also surrenders to chance as she pushes and pulls the paint with both brushes and gravity. Often the technical aspects of fresh paint mixing erratically convey a sense of urgency and chemical vibrancy with unlikely surprises of color and gesture. She deftly maneuvers abstract expressionist, color field and pop imagery in the broad swath of her raw canvas. Markus is represented by ZieherSmith in New York, writes for The Huffington Post and has exhibited internationally. www.lizmarkus.com Untitled, 2011. Acrylic on unprimed canvas, 18 in by 18 in, Courtesy of ZieherSmith, New York.

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Joseph Nechvatal

 sOuth pOle, 2011. Computer-robotic assisted acrylic on canvas, 50 cm by 50 cm. Galerie Richard, New York.

Since 1986 Joseph Nechvatal has worked with ubiquitous electronic visual information, computers and computer-robotics. His computer-robotic assisted paintings and computer software animations are shown regularly in galleries and museums throughout the world. He is represented by Galerie Richard in Paris and New York. Nechvatal presently teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. His book of essays, Towards an Immersive Intelligence: Essays on the Work of Art in the Age of Computer Technology and Virtual Reality (1993-2006) was published by Edgewise Press in 2009. In 2011 his book Immersion Into Noise was published by Open Humanities Press. www.nechvatal.net http://post.thing.net/blog/244 71

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Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt

…AND JUSTICE FOR ALL!. Spray colour (acryl) on cotton cloth, 22 m. © Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt. Courtesy of the artists.

Özlem Günyol, born 1977 in Ankara, Turkey, and Mustafa Kunt, born 1978 in Ankara, Turkey, currently live and work in Frankfurt, Germany. They studied at the Städelschule Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Özlem and Mustafa have been collaborating since 2005. Shows they have exhibited in include: Untitled, 12th international Istanbul Biennial, 2011; Thank You for Your Understanding, 2nd Antakya Biennial, 2010; Unerwartet/Unexpected at Art Museum Bochum, 2010; Hector Kunstpreis, Kunsthalle, Mannheim, 2009; Vier at Museum for Modern Arts-Zollamt (solo show), Frankfurt, 2008; Making a Scene at Fondazione Morragreco in Naples, 2007; Alman Mali at Kunstverein München, Munich, 2007 and be-cause at Basis, Frankfurt, 2007 among others. www.gunyol-kunt.com

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Matthias M채nner

Crack, 2010. Styrodur, Wood, Cables, 300 cm by 200 cm by 300 cm. Installation view: art.homes exhibition project Istanbul.

The work of Matthias M채nner focuses on the media of installation, sculpture and drawing. With simple forms and techniques he creates complex structures in between abstraction and figuration. His aim is to explore the boundaries of reality by intervening with a given space or scene, thus provoking the viewer to challenge his perception of the visual world. Born in 1976, Matthias M채nner studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and now lives in Berlin. He took part in several international exhibitions at Tokyo Wonder Site in Tokyo and Plato Sanat in Istanbul to name a few. www.matthiasmaenner.com

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Eylem Aladogan

Before Departure (all my changes were there), 2008. Ceramics, leather, felt and metal, 320 cm by 750 cm by 850 cm.

My sculptures and drawings are born from experience and from a fascination with the concept of power. What interests me is not just power itself, but the way it is generated, especially the work of willpower. However strong a drive, actually harnessing it means overcoming often unavoidable existential fears. This coexistence of contrasting—sometimes diametrically opposed—forces, is one of the defining features of my work. In other words, my work involves an attempt to control the uncontrollable. The emotional and psychological processes that are involved in this effort fascinate me and serve as my point of departure. By involving the space in my work, and vice versa, I create a functionally effective, sculptural installation. This is done to involve the viewer literally and figuratively in the work—to envelop him. I try to hold fast to a concentrated dynamic; to achieve continuous movement. In this context, I try to produce a constellation of shapes that appear to be seeking their own origins, and which seem at the same time to be, straining towards the future, and seeking to achieve a state of timelessness. www.eylemaladogan.com 82

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Elisheva Biernoff

When We Were Young.

Elisheva Biernoff was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1980. She lives and works in San Francisco. Biernoff’s work is about searching—literally, the process whereby we look carefully in order to find something. She employs many media—small paintings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations—to register things that are lost, distant or unseen. Explorers, paradigmatic seekers, figure repeatedly in her work. In a nod to both the hope that incites a quest and the reality of failure, Biernoff paints imaginary postcards from explorers who disappeared, and makes installations picturing the wilderness they once explored, now itself in danger of disappearing. Searches are not necessarily literal excursions; Biernoff also casts her attention to the more familiar past, meticulously painting mundane ephemera like family snapshots in order to unlock their histories. She is represented by Eli Ridgway Gallery in San Francisco. elishevabiernoff.com eliridgway.com

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Olivier Millagou

Hood Board, 2010. Wax and hood, 201 cm by 45 cm. Courtesy of Sultana, Paris.

Olivier was born in 1974 and lives and works in Bandol, France. Right from the beginning, Olivier Millagou’s work has set out to be a vast enterprise in re-reading reality and falsifying the codes and images we associated with it. Using series of motifs drawn from the commonest level of popular culture (cartoon strip and film characters, images linked to surfers or to rock music, picture postcards, etc.), he takes legendary figures of this culture and their memories and turns them, in various forms (drawings, postcards, drawing pin pictures etc.), into images that are both smooth and saturated, in which their immediately identifiable naturalness cannot fail to raise the question of memory and its future. www.galeriesultana.com 84

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Kristof Kintera

Untitled.

Kintera is one of the most successful and most interesting Czech artists of his generation. His oeuvre is characteristic of a certain doubt concerning the possibilities and role of the arts. He creates sculptures and installations by combining or altering ordinary objects in unusual ways. By modifying common objects from everyday life, Kintera gives them new meaning and allows us to see a more removed perspective. Partly I am also interested in shifting with purposes of things and items from ordinary life. I am trying to bend and warp the reality, sometimes using minimum effort, sometimes with a lot of effort. After such a process of modulation a new strange item starts its new unnecessary existence. It is about having its own and new (dis)logic and that is very exciting for me. Basically these works should not need verbal explanation. They are just here and that’s it. Let’s see what they can do without protecting them by explaining what they are. –Kristof Kintera www.kristofkintera.com 85

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Jean-Marie Guyaux

Tears.

Jean-Marie Guyaux was born in Belgium and currently lives in New York. While my assignment photography is full of pretty locations, objects of desire and privileged people, my personal work unveils my fascination with a world where the aggressive and sometimes destructive behavior of people can mirror the one emanating from nature’s most treacherous elements. The result is at times a drastic mutilation of our visual landscape that I find both graphically beautiful and emotionally disturbing. This metamorphosis enables me to turn images of moments about to vanish to oblivion into photo essays portraying various manifestations of violence. jmguyauxphoto.com 90

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Sabina Lang & Daniel Baumann

Beautiful Bridge #1, 2011. Flat paint, 68 m by 10 m. Exhibition: Of Bridges & Borders Puente Figueroa Alcorta, Recoleta, Buenos Aires.

Sabina Lang, was born in Bern, 1972 and Daniel Baumann, was born in San Francisco, 1967. The Swiss based artists have been producing work collaboratively as Lang/Baumann or L/B since the beginning of the 1990’s. L/B’s practice combines installations, sculptures, architectural interventions and relational strategies. While celebrating beauty, participation and spectator enjoyment, their work critically engages with the notions of perception and public space. By occupying the increasingly sparse interstices between the private and the public, their pieces highlight the formal and informal norms that govern these sites. Lang/Baumann’s infamous single-room pod Hotel Everland, 2002, addresses the privileged access afforded by greater means. Recently, solo exhibitions include Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris, 2011, Fri-Art Centre d’Art Contemporain, Fribourg, 2011, Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Wroclaw, 2011, Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, (2010), Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, 2009 and Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing, 2008. Their work has also been shown as part of Living, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, 2011, Höhenrausch 2, OK Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz, 2011, Of Bridges & Borders, Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aires, 2011, Biennale de Belleville, Quartier de Belleville, Paris, 2010, Fukutake House, Art Setouchi, Megijima, Kagawa, 2010 and Portrait de l’artiste en motocycliste. Olivier Mosset at Magasin, Grenoble, 2009. langbaumann.com

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Daniel Hutchinson

Fort City Bandshell, 2010. Oil and drafting film on panel, 40 in by 60 in.

Daniel Hutchinson’s paintings provoke dynamic perceptual viewing experiences with light responsive surfaces that continually shift with the changing position of each observer. His near-monochrome pictures are as surprisingly elusive and unfixed as the subjects he paints—landscape, seascape, and theatrical architecture. Born in 1981, Hutchinson lives and works in Toronto, Ontario. He studied at the Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver, and NSCAD University in Halifax. He has exhibited across Canada and has been included in group exhibitions in Australia, Sweden and the United States of America. Hutchinson was twice short listed for the RBC Canadian Painting Competition, the nation’s most prestigious prize for contemporary painting. www.dbhutchinson.com 94

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Justin McAllister

Fire Works. Oil on canvas over panel. Image courtesy of Josée Bienvenu Gallery.

Justin McAllister translates the risk associated with setting fires into paintings. Burning garbage (furniture, piles of tree limbs, and paper waste) is a common practice in rural communities, in the form of controlled burns. The works celebrate joyful bonfires, where objects seem to be on the brink of dissolving without ever quite relinquishing their recognizably solid origins. Nothing becomes more abstract than the reality of a fire. At the core of their function was the ability to quickly send a message over great distances. Imagining a scenario that involves the use of this archaic technology as the result of a loss of current ones, the paintings suggest an unknown cultural failure on a grand scale. Justin McAllister received his MFA from Yale University School of Art in 2004 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He has had solo shows at Josée Bienvenu Gallery and Envoy Gallery in New York, as well as Torch Gallery in Amsterdam.  His work is included in public collections such as the Progressive Corporation, Mayfield Village, OH. justinmcallister.com 95

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Kasper Sonne

Untitled Sign No. 2, 2008. Aluminum, acrylic glass, LED, steel, industrial paint, 120 cm by 2370 cm.

Born in Copenhagen, 1974, Kasper Sonne lives and works in New York. Kasper Sonne’s work revolves around conceptual strategies, executed within a post-minimalist aesthetic framework. Minimal in their expression as well as in their aesthetics, his works deal with the notion of representation and the continuous construction and deconstruction of meaning. Sonne use language as an artistic material and through an extensive employment of letters and words, he questions the idea of transferring or mirroring information. By erasing his work’s immediate references, such as an identified author or the direction and purpose of the message, he distances the statements from their origin and keeps deconstructing any apparent order or clear syntax that the works may suggest—thus producing uncertainty and possible misunderstandings of the communicated and ultimately leaving his work open to subjective interpretation. www.kaspersonne.com

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Gregory Krum

Zermatt (I Chose to Climb), 2007–2010. Archival pigment print, 9 in by 6 in.

Gregory Krum was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He studied biology, sculpture and design at Portland State University and completed Master’s work in studio art from New York University and the International Center for Photography. Working within the genres of landscape and interior, Krum’s work explores diverse themes such as love, failure, faith, flaw and perfection. His subjects have included dust, devotional offerings, seaside villages and Parisian houseboats. His work has been shown in various group exhibitions and in 2010 had solo show based on the concept of faith based faith. In 2007, he was co-curator of an art exhibition entitled The Wrong Store with Kantor, Feuer Gallery, New York. He curated a show on the fashion label Rodarte, which opened in 2010 at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution. He is represented in New York by Jen Bekman Gallery. www.gregorykrum.com 125

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Mounir Fatmi

Union Impossible

Mounir Fatmi constructs visual spaces and linguistic games that aim to free the viewer from their preconceptions. His videos, installations, drawings, paintings and sculptures bring to light our doubts, fears and desires. They directly address the current events of our world, and speak to those whose lives are affected by specific events and reveals its structure. Mounir Fatmi’s work has been exhibited in the Migros Museum, Zürich, the Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Centre Pompidou, Paris, and the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. He has participated in several biennials, among them the 52nd Venice Biennial, the 8th Biennial of Sharjah and the 10th Biennial of Lyon. He was awarded by several prize such as the Grand Prize at the 7th Dakar Biennial in 2006 and the Uriöt prize, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam. He received the Cairo Biennial Prize in 2010. His work is included in Future of a Promise, the first pan-arab exhibition at the 54th Venice Biennial in 2011. www.mounirfatmi.com 130

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Mike Glier

July 21, 2009: Elephant Tracks at Nxai Pan, Botswana, 90°F”, 2009. Oil on aluminum panel, 24 in by 30 in. © 2011 Mike Glier/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

I’m painting at Halina Pali, Hawaii, on the side of the volcano, Kilaeua. Antarctica is straight ahead. Of course I can’t see it, but only 6500 miles of empty space could account for the blue and I’m compulsive about the color. Beneath my feet is Nxai Pan, Botswana, a featureless, white, salt pan fringed by arid grassland frequented by elephants. In an age when global thinking is essential, it seems important to create links that stick in the brain—links which challenge distance and difference and encourage connection. I’m choosing geometry, the common abstraction of space, to hitch unlike places. mikeglier.net

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Index

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Hannes Broecker

99

Valentina Brostean

49

Suzanne Broughel

25

Aase-Hilde Brekke

6

Denis Brun

54

Eva Buchrainer

55

Yara Buyda

68

C

Eylem Aladogan

82

Anna-Kajsa Alaoui

77

Leyla Cárdenas

111

Anastasia Alexandrin

32

Antonio Triana Cardoza

118

Guy Allott

61

Lenore Cohen

133

Keliy Anderson-Staley

32

Jaclyn Conley

120

Jean Jacques André

80

Paolo Consorti

105

Marwa Arsanios

63

Melanie Coutavas

118

Aveli

33

D

B

Katherinne Fiedler Gonzales Daly

51

27

Felix Deac

23

Fernando Gómez Balbontín

60

Koen De Decker

106

Isa Barbier

88

Jonathan Delachaux

56

Recep Batuk

108

Karien Deroo

73

Daniel Baumann

91

Motoko Dobashi

96

Billy Bob Beamer

138

Craig Dongoski

64

Kristina Bength

107

Jade Doskow

24

Jesus Alberto Benitez

98

Peter Drakö

38

Judith Bernstein

72

Swen Dudek

119

Catherine Bertola

70

Dácio Bicudo

8

Elisheva Biernoff

83

Jerry Bleem

101

Rosa Borreale

19

Jan Bahlenberg

E Semra Ecer

29

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Derya Erkenci

15

Annette Habel

37

Kristin Evihan

45

Aya Haidar

50

Marianne Hall

9

Aïcha Hamu

22

Nicholas Hanna

97

Dev Harlan

133

17

Asa Maria Hedberg

14

Joseph Farbrook

92

Tove Hellerud

64

Mounir Fatmi

130

Markus Hirnigel

104

Nina Fischer

89

Knut-Peter Hoffmann

73

Jean Alexander Frater

62

Daniel Hutchinson

94

F Jeff Faerber

Håkan Fredén

27

Maria Friberg

115

Jeff Funnell

116

G Wolfgang Ganter

I Giulio Iurissevich

112

51

J

Tatiana Garmendia

35

Kate Gilmore

126

Jean James

36

Mike Glier

131

Tommy Jensen

28

Geert Goiris

137

Brian R. Jobe

41

Aníbal Gomescásseres

40

Bengt Johansson

66

Marco González

47

Cassandra C. Jones

122

Ricardo Gonzalez

88

Pascale van der Graaf

87

Ilona Granet

128

Jason Gringler

113

Max-Steven Grossman

13

Boris Kacic

66

Özlem Günyol

74

Reija Karjalainen

79

Jean-Marie Guyaux

90

David Kastner

69

Alexandra Khan

78

Zehra Khan

25

Maria Kisook Kim

59

Kristof Kintera

85

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K

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Bernadette Kirsten

46

Peter Klare

81

Gaby Koeter-Lehmann

58

Jadranka Kosorcic

87

Alexei Kostroma

26

Gregory Krum

125

Mustafa Kunt

74

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N Joseph Nechvatal

71

O Cara Ober

43

Karin Sofia Ocana

33

Soner Ön

134

Sabina Lang

91

Julie Oppermann

46

Gunilla Larsén

79

Melih Özuysal

52

Patric Larsson

120

Matthew Lauretti

65

Jason Lazarus

110

Patte Loper

127

Markus Leitsch

102

Seungyea Park

30

Andrew Lewicki

76

Miguel Palma

109

Eva Westman Linné

93

Alex Passapera

18

Edward Lipski

105

Avani Patel

36

Ding Liu

135

Cătălin Petrişor

11

Hayley Lock

31

Brad Phillips

10

Bernard Piffaretti

77

Amy Pleasant

47

Sreshta Rit Premnath

16

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P

R

MAKEMEI

21

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