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MARCO RISTUCCIA, The Sacred and the Profane

Palermo (Sicily), July 2010, a grotesque mix of religion with everyday life during the festival of "Santa Rosalia".

BRIAN FINKE, 2.4.6.8: American Cheerleaders & Football Players

"2.4.6.8: American Cheerleaders & Football Players" the artists's first exhibition and monograph, from Umbrage Editions, 2003

MICHAEL MILLER, THE HIGH NORTH

The High North describes a geographical and social locale in all its distinctiveness and peculiarity

BRIAN FINKE, CONSTRUCTION

“Construction,” the exhibition coincides with the release of the monograph of the same title from Decode Books.

VINCENT SCALI, WE'RE ON THE RIGHT TRACK

A mix of natural and cultural elements that tries to describe our era

ANNA VIVANTE, VANITAS

This series comprising 25 diptychs, the skull is paired up with a still life, as in 17th century paintings in which the assoc

STEFEN CHOW, THE POVERTY LINE

The Poverty Line explores a simple question. What does it mean to be poor?

JOSEPH NECHVATAL, nOise anusmOs

The theme of nOise anusmOs is a linkage of the human retina and anus to the cosmos.

JENNY LEXANDER, Le Jeu Rêveur D’une Réflexion

“A Dream Play as Reflections” Life is an ongoing process. Every day. Every minute. Every second. Time is precious.

Marcel Proust Racing Team

An arty racing car

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