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6 comments on “RESOURCED at Marketplace Gallery”

Thanks Roger, I’m really proud of how it came out!
The wall paintings are on three nine foot wide pieces of tyvec, I’m hoping to bring them to NYC for a release party.

Looks amazing. You all set a high bar for exhibiting the new portfolio… Might just have to rethink my plan for simply hanging up the prints in a row for a future Chicago show.

Thanks all!
The wall painting is done on three 9′ wide sheets of Tyvek and screwed in from the top.
Lets hope they can make it to Mexico for November!!

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