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Homage to Domestic Familiarity III

Anya Tish Gallery

November 21 - December 27, 2014

As the third installment of the Domestic Familiarity exhibitions, the common thread amongst these diversified artists is their emphasis on depicting the mundane. Artists: Jonathan Clark, Daniela Edburg, Vadim Gushchin, Katja Loher, Shelby David Meier, Neva Mikulicz, Japheth Storlie, and James Zamora.



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