Alexandre Arrechea, born in Cuba. Lives and works in Havanna, Cuba and Madrid, Spain

Secret Meeting, 2006
Plexiglass
40 x 74 x 60 inches
Courtesy of Magnan Projects, New York


David Baumflek

 

 

 

 

 


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Still Life, 2007
mixed media
dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist


Jean Blackburn, born in Boston,Massachusetts. Lives and works in Providence

 

 

 

 

 
















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Serviette, 2002
upholstered chair, thread, dish towels, sheets, napkins, lace
dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist and Caren Golden Fine Art


Carlos Bunga,
born in Porto, Portugal. Lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal
   

Model 35, 2008
table, cardboard and paint
31.11 x 18.50 x 18.50 inches
Courtesy of the artist and
Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid

Model 36, 2008
table, cardboard and paint
33.07 x 20.08 x 21.65 inches
Courtesy of the artist and
Galería Elba Benítez
, Madrid

 

Model 34, 2008
table, cardboard and paint
18.89 x 18.50 x 15.36 inches
Courtesy of the artist and
Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid

 

Francis Cape,
born in Lisbon, Portugal. Lives and works in New York
     

Ama, 2003
wood, paint
96 x 79 x 38 inches
Courtesy of Murray Guy, New York


Pedro Cruz-Castro,
born in Caracas, Venezuela. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York
   

Hybrid III, 2006
wood, hooves, clay, epoxy, metal and stain
21 x 30 x 15 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Marcia Grostein,
born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Lives and works in New York

 

 

 

 


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You and me, 1993
fiber epoxy and painted bronze
20.5 x 13.5 x 24 inches
Courtesy of the artist

She, 1993
fiber epoxy
71.5 x 27 x 24 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Hisae Ikenaga,
born Mexico. Lives and works in Madrid, Spain
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Untitled, 2007
carpet
144 x 174 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Michelle Jaffé
   

Maillot Maillol, 2004
stainless steel, sand blasted
40 x 46 x 86 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Friedrich Kunath,
born Chemnitz, Germany. Lives and works in Cologne, Germany
 
                                                   
 

Where in the world are you now, 2007
mirror, wood, piano
59.06 x 48.43 x 35.43 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York

 
Forrest Myers,
born in Long Beach, California. Lives and works in New York City and Damascus, PA.
 
                                                             
     

Parker, 2008
steel wire, black oxidized patina
37 x 27 x 22 inches
Courtesy of Friedman Benda Gallery, New York


Iván Navarro,
born Santiago, Chile. Lives and works in New York City
 
                                                             

Black Electric Chair, 2006
black neon light
30 x 30 x 30 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Marc André Robinson,
born in LA, California. Lives and Works in New York City
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Throne for the Songs That Will Come by Themselves and of Themselves, 2008
found wood objects
180 x 180 x 24 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Courtney Smith,
born in Paris. Lived Rio, Brazil. Lives and works in New York City
   
   

Island, 2007/2008
birch plywood
dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist and
Roebling Hall, New York

Polly Blue Pell Mell, 2005
1950s dresser with mirror and
two side-tables, plywood, plastic laminate
dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist and Roebling Hall, New York

Sim Ou Nao, 2004
1960s Brazilian rosewood armchair
and birch plywood
dimensions variable
Courtesy of the artist and
Roebling Hall, New York


William Stone
   
                                                             
         

Corrected Chairs, 2008
oak chairs
22 x 30 x 30 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Mixed Metaphors, 2000
pine and oak lumber, paint
72 x 20 x 16 inches
Courtesy of the artist


Madeline Weinrib















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Persian Illusion, 2008
guoache and mirror
36 x 48 inches
Courtesy of the artist