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Recent Exhibition- The Ghost in You

**From the press release** Gallery 304 526 West 26th Street Room 304 July 8-July 15, 2013 Tuesday-Friday 2-6 pm Artist Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8 p.m. Gallery 304 is pleased to present The Ghost in You, a four-person exhibition organized by Mira Gerard and featuring work by Barbara Friedman, Jaclyn Conley, Julia Schwartz, and Mira Gerard.  The

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Recent exhibition- Sabine Tress

Below are installation shots for Sabine Tress’ recent exhibition at Galerie Pesko, Switzerland. Please click on each image to see a more detailed shot of the installation.  To see more of Sabine’s work please visit      

Exhibition- Josette Urso

  KATHRYN MARKEL FINE ARTS – BRIDGEHAMPTON 2418 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Gallery Hours Daily except Wednesday through Labor Day – 11 ish to 6 ish FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Josette Urso – Recalibration July 10 – July 24, 2013 Canary, 2013, 36 x 48 inches Bridgehampton, NY – July 9 – Kathryn Markel Fine

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Exhibition-Robert Otto Epstein, Joy Taylor, and Heather Hutchison @Imogen Holloway Gallery

LEAF IN A LANDSCAPE NEW PAINTINGS BY JOY TAYLOR WINDOW INSTALLATION: HEATHER HUTCHISON EAST WING: ROBERT OTTO EPSTEIN JULY 5 – AUGUST 11, 2013 ARTISTS’ RECEPTION:  Second Opening, August 2, 6-9 pm. From the gallery’s website: This exhibit marks Joy Taylor’s first solo exhibition in the gallery. Always concerned with forms from the natural world, in these new

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Current Exhibition- Steven Bindernagel

beta pictoris/Maus Contemporary Birmingham, Alabama June 21-July 26, 2013 From the press release: Bindernagel has embarked on a new path inside his trajectory of abstract painting. Chasing the Ghost features small works on canvas, panel, and paper. Previously known for his large abstract works dealing with systems, meticulous grids, and expressive gestures this selection of

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Current Exhibition- John Fields

beta pictoris/Maus Contemporary Birmingham, Alabama June 21-July 26, 2013 From the press release: John Fields has gone Hollywood, or, to use another phrase from an early period in cinema history, Fields is in pictures. For Diegesis, the Birmingham-based artist uses black, white, and a range of gray acrylics on canvas to recreate single shots from

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