JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY , Stand n° AM106

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Paul Villinski Vector

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Paul Villinski Radius

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Paul Villinski N/A

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Paul Villinski Feather

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Paul Villinski Diaspora

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Elliott Green Charisma

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Elliott Green Deep Breath

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Elliott Green Babygrass

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Bonnie Maygarden Paradise II

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Bonnie Maygarden Shade

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Bonnie Maygarden Parallel Moment IV

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Bonnie Maygarden Rush

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Skylar Fein Elaine's

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Skylar Fein Horn & Hardart

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Skylar Fein AREA

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Skylar Fein Happiness Is

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Skylar Fein Rawhide

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Skylar Fein Our Lady of Unimaginably Small Victories (lighted sign)

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Skylar Fein Smoke Ziggurats for Good Health

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Skylar Fein Today's Risk of Diabolical Faggotry

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Kat Flyn Camptown Racists

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Kat Flyn Land of Opportunity

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Kat Flyn Land of Opportunity
Our government and country wrestles with an ambivalence toward illegal immigration. This work portrays that ambivalence through depicting a truck loaded with migrant workers being chauffeured by Uncle Sam – are they being brought in to work or being deported?

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Kat Flyn Camptown Racists
The first running of the Kentucky Derby was in 1875. The first winning jockey, Oliver Lewis, was African American. 13 of the 15 jockeys who raced that day were Black. Black jockeys won 15 of the first 28 runnings of the Kentucky Derby. However, by the 1904 racing season Jim Crow laws had all but barred Black jockeys (& trainers).

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E2 - Kleinveld & Julien Ode to Rockwell's Triple Self-Portrait

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E2 - Kleinveld & Julien Ode to Rockwell's Freedom of Speech
2017 Archival Pigment Print 36h x 25.75w in 91.44h x 65.41w cm Edition 1 of 3 with 2 APs

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E2 - Kleinveld & Julien Ode to Rockwell's Freedom of Speech

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E2 - Kleinveld & Julien Ode to Rockwell's Triple Self-Portrait

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Tony Dagradi Superman...!

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Tony Dagradi Watchman

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Tony Dagradi Watchmen

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Tony Dagradi Heads Up - Ultimate Spiderman

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Gina Phillips Joy and Ferdinand

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Gina Phillips Jason and Manami

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Gina Phillips Jason and Manami

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Gina Phillips Saint-Christophe-en-Brionnais

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Adam Mysock Our Legacy of Engagement

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Adam Mysock I Saw a Headline Once

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Adam Mysock If He Wasn't Handsome, Would He Still be Super?

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Adam Mysock I Saw a Headline Once

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Peter Sarkisian Flowerhater
Flowerhater depicts a country farmer at war with a patch of wildflowers.  Pushing an old lawnmower, he cuts the flowers down only to see them sprout back up in a pattern of perpetual rebirth.  In the end, he loses the battle and collapses to the ground amidst a body-outline of colorful perennials. This work is the latest example of Peter’s ongoing effort to re-contextualize the cinematic image in spatial terms.  Peter’s performance was filmed and projected using a unique angular perspective technique of his own conception, resulting in a new kind of viewing experience in which his figure appears to rise up from the cinematic landscape.

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Jammie Holmes Bus Stop At The White House

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Jammie Holmes Untitled

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Jammie Holmes Bus Stop At The White House

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Anastasia Pelias Big Link (blue, white, black)

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Anastasia Pelias Ritual Devotion Two (madder root tone, prussian paris blue)

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Dirk Staschke Flux #8

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Dirk Staschke Vanitas Vase 8

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Dirk Staschke Vanitas Vase 9

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About

JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY is a collective environment of creative visions featuring monthly exhibitions of (inter)national, emerging to established, contemporary artists. A commercial gallery with a public conscience; artist, activist, and entrepreneur Jonathan Ferrara founded the gallery in 1998 to give artists a voice. Since its inception, the gallery has focused on forward thinking artists with a sense of purpose, mission, and message. The gallery is known for its stimulating and provocative exhibitions in a wide variety of media, having been featured in The New York Times, Art In America, The Art Newspaper, The Associated Press, ArtNews, NPR and many other international publications. The gallery regularly exhibits at art fairs in the US and Europe and works with museum and institutions to present its artists' works.

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JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY

e: matthew@jonathanferraragallery.com
w: http://www.jonathanferraragallery.com

Founded: 1998
Showman Matthew Weldon