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Thomas Downing 1962
Tadaaki Kuwayama

Aaron Vidal

The C. Grimaldis Gallery at Art Miami

Hidenori Ishii

Annette Sauerman

Charlie Ahn

Don Porcella
Willem de Kooning
Pepe Guerrero
Louise Nevelson and Alex Katz

Chuck Close tapestry – a steal at only $120,000!

Mark Borghi


Pace Prints

Donald Bachelor
Ryan McGinness

Owen Olaff – lotsa red dots

* All Photos by Kim Manfredi

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