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All Photos in this post are by Alex Ebstein.

DSC02400Nara Park

DSC02401Max Gomes

DSC02402Max Gomes

DSC02405some electrical stuff

DSC02411Dan Perkins

DSC02412Jesse Harrod

DSC02414Jesse Harrod

DSC02415Caitlin Cunningham at sophiajacob

DSC02418Caitlin Cunningham at sophiajacob

DSC02416Zoe Clark at sophiajacob

DSC02419Zoe Clark at sophiajacob

DSC02421Chris LaVoie, sj

photo-25Chris LaVoie, sj

DSC02422Chris LaVoie and Caitlin Cunningham, sj

DSC02423sophiajacob

DSC02424sophiajacob

DSC02425Colin Benjamin Print/Collect

DSC02426John Bohl, Print/Collect

DSC02427Cindy Cheng, Print/Collect

DSC02428Chris Day, Print/Collect

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Chris Day, Print/Collect
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James Bouché
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Andrew Liang, Print/Collect
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Molly O’Connell
Molly O’Connell
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Molly O’Connell
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Molly O’Connell
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Print/Collect
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Print/Collect
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David Eassa
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David Eassa
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David Eassa
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Mandy Cano Vlilalobos
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Benjamin S. Jones
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Daniel Wilson
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Jordan in the parking garage
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Segal Projects
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Flashpoint – Brian Barr and Lauren Rice
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Flashpoint – Brian Barr and Lauren Rice
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Flashpoint – Brian Barr and Lauren Rice
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WPA
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WPA
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Charles Krause / Reporting Fine Art (This looked like a Spencers gifts)
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Charlie Ahn’s “smallest pieces to date” at Grimaldis (that’s what they said)
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Hidenori Ishii at Grimaldis
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Jo Smail at Goya Contemporary
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Jo Smail drawings and Joyce Scott sculptures at Goya Contemporary
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Amy Boone-McCreesh at Hamiltonian – she totally killed it.
This was the the best looking booth because they had the balls to do a solo exhibit.
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Amy Boone-McCreesh
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Amy Boone-McCreesh
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Amy Boone-McCreesh
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Present Company
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 backerstrasse4  (something with pom poms)
The third edition of (e)merge took place October 3-6, 2013 at the Rubell Family’s Capitol Skyline Hotel, in Washington, DC. More info here.
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