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Fountain, Volta, Independent by New American Paintings
March 11, 2012, 8:30 am
Filed under: Art Fairs | Tags: , , , , ,

Our guest blogger Joshua Field was busy this weekend. In addition to the Armory and Scope (click for previous post), he made it to Fountain, Volta, and the Independent. After the jump, check out some works he was admiring at the remaining three fairs. Be sure to keep checking in over the next few days to see more from our other guest blogger, Lee Gainer, and our own New American Paintings staff.

FOUNTAIN


Leah Yerpe at Dacia Gallery

WhatisAdam at Station 16

Quinn Dukes | Reflections for Para: 1200 Strikes.

Mark Masyga at Front Room Gallery

Mark Masyga at Front Room Gallery

Front Room Gallery

Brian Leo at Kesting/Ray

Alyssa Dennis at Kesting/Ray

Alyssa Dennis at Kesting/Ray

en masse: collaborative drawing project

Miguel Ovalle at Mighty Tanaka

Michael Zansky at Curcio Projects

Michael Zansky at Curcio Projects

250,000 Works on Paper by Abraham Lubelski (free for visitors to take)

VOLTA


Francesco Merletti at Magrorocca

Francesco Merletti at Magrorocca

Manor Grunewald at Highlight

Dean Monogenis at Walter Maciel

Andrej Dubravsky at AO

Karim Hamid at Aureus

Nicola Samori at Larmgalleri

Alexander Tinei at Ana Cristea

Daniel Pitin at Ana Cristea

William Swanson at Marx & Zavattero

Stephen Bush at Sutton

INDEPENDENT


Mac Adams at gb agency

David Salle at Mureen Paley

Jane Corrigan at White Columns

Jane Corrigan at White Columns

Eva Kotatkova at Meyer Riegger

Eva Kotatkova at Meyer Riegger
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Lots of great work to see (on this blog – not there in person unfortunately). I especially liked seeing Francesco Merletti’s painting. Reminiscent of Egon Schiele – powerful and well wrought.

Comment by seascapesaus

That’s great, but those are not Razvan Boar’s painting for sure! There’s just a mere resemblance. Please check for his. Thanks!

Comment by Bogdan Teodorescu




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