Lordz of the Flyze: Matthew Craven and Julian C. Duron Friday, January 8

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Nudashank is psyched to present its first two-man exhibition. Julian C. Duron and Matthew Craven, both emerging NY artists,
are taking over the space with a full-on painting installation. The opening will also feature the debut screening of a new video work by Julian Duron.

Opening Reception: Friday January 8th 6pm-10pm
Exhibition Runs: January 8th – February 5th 2010

405 W. Franklin St.
3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

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