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Scene Seen: Nancy Cafe, Seth Adelsberger, John and Jordan, Flames, and NY Art Queues

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Photos from the opening of Nancy Cafe at MICA – contributed by Jack Livingston

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A Dance Party at the nancy opening from Bmoreart on Vimeo. Contributed by Jack Livingston.

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Seth Adelsberger’s Solo Exhibit at Springsteen Gallery – Photo contributed by Joan Cox

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Adelsberger fans chatting and looking at paintings – Photo by Greg Minah

SETH0024Cara Ober, Doreen Bolger, and Amelia Szpiech  – Photo by Joan Cox

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SETH0015Adeslberger opening at Springsteen – Photo by Joan Cox

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995876_10152021545669320_431477380_nI love this one. Springsteen Gallery from the outside – Look at that Neon Glow! Contributed by Greg Minah.

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In Chelsea… Lines for Kusama at Zwirner – photo by Rachel Rabinowitz in NYC
New slogan: “the city where they line up to see great art”


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Flames at sophiajacob from Jacob & Sophia – video contributed by JM Giordano

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