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This weekend was crazy – with openings at Springsteen, Lil’ Gallery, Penthouse, Guest Spot, Fleckenstein, two at Current, and the Prints and Multiples Fair with additional programming all weekend long, it was difficult to decide where to go and how to fit it all in. As usual, Bmoreart contributors were there to document the good stuff.

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Mikela Thrasher, Lisk Feng, Max Anderson, Penthouse Gallery
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Rachael Davis, Penthouse Gallery
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Kimi Hanauer, Penthouse Gallery
Prints and Multiples Fair! Too many affordable prints!
Prints and Multiples Fair! Too many affordable prints!

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photo-18Cara: These win the prize for my favorite work at the Prints and Multiples Fair! Cement-cast Big Gulp sculptures with mahogany straws by Lesser Gonzalez Alvarez. Everyone needs one of these. Or two. His prints were affordable and terrific as well.

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Evidence of money well spent at the PMF V
Evidence of money well spent at the PMF V

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Open Space at PMF V
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Find No Two Suns, Sophia Belkin and Suzanna Zak at Current Space
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WHERE WE ARE: Twofold Secret (ICA), Current Space
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WHERE WE ARE: Twofold Secret (ICA), Current Space
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Megan Plunkett at sophiajacob
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Vinnie Smith’s Mine All Mine at Rock512Devil
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Vinnie Smith’s Mine All Mine at Rock512Devil
Jack Livingston and Tom Hill at Jack's opening at Fleckenstein Gallery in Hampden
Jack Livingston and Tom Hill at Jack’s opening at Fleckenstein Gallery in Hampden
Two paintings by Jack Livingston at Fleckenstein
Two paintings by Jack Livingston at Fleckenstein
Mary Swan and landscape paintings at Fleckenstein Gallery on Saturday, March 8
Mary Swan and landscape paintings at Fleckenstein Gallery on Saturday, March 8
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Artists Steven Riddle and Val Karuskevich at their exhibition, SPF at Springsteen Gallery

Lu: Springsteen’s SPF opening was a great way to start an event-filled weekend. It makes perfect sense for the gallery to channel its beckoning bright white glow into exposing the light sensitive works of Steven Riddle and Val Karuskevich. Go soon so you can visit (at least) twice.

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SPF at Springsteen
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Steven Riddle
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Val Karuskevich
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Mark Wehberg and Nathan Miller at Lil Gallery
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Mark Wehberg and Nathan Miller at Lil Gallery
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Mark Wehberg
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Nathan Miller
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Mark Wehberg
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John Bohl’s work at Guest Spot
Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures – curated by Arts & Sciences Project
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Nowork installation at Guest Spot
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Cookbook Dreams and Inflatable Futures @ Guest Spot

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