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Ted Gahl & Tatiana Berg at Nudashank February 12

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Terms of Use at Gallery Four Friday, February 12


New Painthings: Ted Gahl / Tatiana Berg
February 12 – March 12
Opening Reception Februrary 12th, 7 – 10 pm

Ted Gahl is a painter based in Providence, RI, on the verge of finishing his MFA at RISD. His work was recently featured in Postcards from the Edge @ Zieher Smith, NYC, Not Abstract1 @ Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, and the publication MFA Now: The Next Generation of Painting.

Tatiana Berg is an artist based in NYC and recently received her BFA from RISD. She recently was an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center.

Both artists were awarded this two person show for their work exhibited in CHROMATOSE @ Nudashank in August, 2009.


The opening reception is part of an H&H building trifecta art evening with shows also opening at Gallery Four (Terms of Use) and the Whole Gallery (Animal Attraction).
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