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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
February 18 - April 1, 2006
New York, NY

Art @ Large
presents:

Tiny Fine Art Group Exhibition
A colossal exhibition of tiny works.

"Bedchamber" © Barry Steely

Medias represented: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture,
Photography, Editioned Prints, and Mixed Media.

Affordable works target the savvy collector who has limited wall space, an eye for quality and collectability, and a tiny budget.

There are famous, notorious, glorious, infamous and not-so-famous artists from the US, Canada and Europe:

Adrienne Moumin, Albert J. Winn, Albina Colden, Alcides G. Torres, Andre Lassen, Annie Sprinkle, Barry Steely, Benjamin Rinehart, Bernardo, Bill Pridgen, Brian H. Crede, Brian Rawson, Carolyn Weltman, Catya Plate, Chris Smith, Dave Naz, David Hochbaum, David King, Erin Frost, Frederique King, Diana Schmertz, Doug Cox, Fred Harper, Fred Hatt, Gidget Gein, Gina Cohen, Heather Weathers, HR Giger, Jacob Kedzierski, Jasna Skroce, Jason Wasserman, Jo Tuck, Joe De Hoyos, Joe Heaps Nelson, Joel Carlson, John John Jesse, Kenneth Williams, Les Barany, Lynn Goldsmith, Maddy Rosenberg, Marcella Stasa, Maro, Martin Freeman, Matthew Mercer, Matty Jankowski, Max Nichole Liboiron, Michael Berkowitz, Michele Rollman, Michele Serchuk, Molly Crabapple, Natasha Kyupova, Polona Kosec, Rachel Serbinski, Friday, Ragnar Lagerblad, Rob DeMarco, Ross Johnston, Ruth Waldman, Scott Laperruque, Simon Lund, Spider Webb, sodapop!, Stewart Lucas, Tammey Stubbs, Vincent Castiglia, Vista Lamm.

Art @ Large
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM -- or call. Free admission.
The Film Center Building
630 Ninth Avenue No. 707, New York, NY 10036  Map  212.957.8371

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