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UNTITLED 1 by Kate Pollard Hoffmann
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Kate Pollard Hoffman says of her series, 'Skin',  "As an artist, I am interested in change, growth, perception, and imagination.

I am fascinated with decontextualization and reconstruction, and the process of art moving fluidly between known and unknown realities. 

This series examines backlit skin of fruits and vegetables - common and exotic, fresh and rotting, colorful and muted. I carefully remove the skins to unveil intricate textures, blemishes, colors, and patterns that take on new identities once removed from their original shape.

Skin that turns into a mysterious cavern. Skin that resembles beautiful satin sheets on an elegant bed. Skin that reveals a luminous lightning storm in a dark night sky. Skin that transforms into an underworld pool of solid, liquid, gas and plasma. These organic abstractions invite the viewer into the realm of fantasy - an imagined landscape, a dynamic world that transcends literal boundaries and proposes new narratives."


EDUCATION:

2006   Master of Design: Photography, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
2002   Bachelor of Art: Art/Photography, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS:

2018
The Center For the Arts: Dalton Gallery, Rock Hill, SC USA (two person show)

2017
The B Complex Gallery, What the World Needs Now, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Curators: Ruben Natal-San Miguel and Anita Arliss, Atlanta, GA USA
Foley Gallery, Analog V. Digital, New York, NY, USA
Multiple Exposures Gallery, PHOTO '17, Juror: Molly Roberts, Alexandria, VA USA
Woody Gaddis Photo Arts Gallery, The University of Central Oklahoma, Bending the Truth, Edmond, OK USA
Black Box Gallery, Taking Pictures: 2017, Portland, OR USA
Bucks County Community College, Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Newtown, PA USA

2015
The Center for Fine Art Photography, Portraits 2015, Fort Collins, CO USA
Bucks County Community College, Biennial Faculty Exhibition, Newtown, PA USA

PUBLICATIONS:

2017
Huffington Post Arts & Culture Instagram Feature, 2.22.17, USA

2014
Huffington Post: These are the Faces of the People Who’ve Been Crushed by Each Murder, 6.13.14, USA
Green, Joe, NJ.com: Camden Murder Victims are Focus of Rowan Photography Teacher’s Project, 7.6.14, NJ USA
PDN Photo Of The Day, In Memory Of: Families of Murder Victims in Camden, 7.31.14, USA
Lenscratch, Kate Pollard Hoffmann: Surviving Camden, 10.8.14, USA

2013
New York Center for Photographic Art, People Exhibition Catalog, USA

2012
The Museum of Americana Literary Review, Issue One, Online
Shots Magazine, Issue 117, Autumn 2012: Portraits, USA


AWARDS AND HONORS:

2012
International Photography Awards, IPA | Lucie Awards, Honorable Mention, Professional Fine Art Other

2011
The Art of Photography Show, Honorable Mention

2010
Photolucida Critical Mass Finalist

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

2013 - Present
Adjunct Photography Professor, CUNY, College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY USA

2008 – Present 
Adjunct Photography Professor, Rowan University, Glassboro & Camden, NJ USA

2008 – Present 
Adjunct Photography Professor, Bucks County Community College, Newtown, PA USA

2009 - 2011    
Adjunct Photography Professor, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ USA

2010              
Adjunct Photography Professor, Lafayette College, Easton, PA USA

JURYING EXPERIENCE:

2008 - 2015
Photography Juror, New Hope Arts Festival 201, New Hope, PA USA

www.katepollardhoffmann.com 
 
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UNTITLED 2 by Kate Pollard Hoffmann
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UNTITLED 3 by Kate Pollard Hoffman
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PLAYGROUND ART by Kathy Curtis Cahill
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Kathy Curtis Cahill says of her work, "As a photographer, I view the world through an imaginary lens, always looking for a picture. I am particularly interested in the early years of childhood. Many of my past bodies of work has dealt directly with kids themselves, playing and reacting to the world around them, but using dolls as stand-ins for real children.

Now I find myself drawn to the objects that indicate play, but the children are not shown. It is a study of artifacts when I can find them, or scenes that suggest the nearby presence of children. So much of who we are as adults is formed by our experiences in theses formative years, and it is a subject that I will continue to find ways to photograph.

I grew up in a working class family in upstate New York, and like most photographers, have always been interested in the magic of the medium. I majored in art in high school as well as college. Although earning a degree in art education, I became involved in the entertainment industry after moving to Los Angeles. I settled into the Art Department as a Set Decorator, and worked for over 30 years in this capacity, in commercials, music videos, independent  films, and television series.

I was nominated for an Emmy in 2001 for my work on the CBS series “Judging Amy”, and finished my career by retiring from ABC’s “Criminal Minds”. I began using my own photographs as set dressing, and after building a large collection of stock of photographs, started a business to license these images to other television and film productions. 

Since retiring in 2011, I have pursued  Fine Art Photography full time. I have had four solo shows in Los Angeles as well as participating in many  juried shows around the country. I work out of two studios, one in Los Angeles and one in Morro Bay Ca. 

Although I am interested in photographing many subjects, I have spent the last 3 years exploring individual identity. This has resulted in two bodies of work featuring dolls as avatars for children recreating moments from childhood, based on my own life. I also have a continued interest in decorating, but in other peoples work found in store widow displays.

Mannequins as avatars for who we are or who we should be, combined with novel settings remind me of my many years of recreating realistic environments for fake people to tell stories. I have two bodies of work based on this subject of cultural identity reflected in the world of commerce."

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWS:

TAG Gallery Solo Show Sept 2017
Keystone Gallery Solo Show Jan 2017
A Smith Gallery Juried show “She” May 2017
LA ArtCore 1st Annual Photographers Competition & Exhibition Feb12-28 LA Ca.
Solo Show “Make Believe” Jan 21-31 Keystone Gallery Los Angeles Ca .
TAG Gallery New Artists Showcase Jan 3-21 Santa Monica Ca.
Photowork 2017 National Juried Photo Exhibition Jan21-March 4 Barrett Art Center Poughkeepsie NY
iMotif  National Juried iPhone photo competition Jan 27-March 20 Sohn Fine Art Lenox MA
fotofoto gallery 12th Annual Competition Juried Show Nov 30, 2016 -Jan 7, 2017 Huntington NY
National Juried Show “I Live Here” Dec 1-23 Fabulon Gallery Charleston SC
Black Box Gallery Juried show “ Colorburst” August 2016 Portland Oregon
A Smith Gallery Johnson City TX Juried Show “Alphabet” July 2016
Gallery 825 Los Angeles Juried show “Out There” June10-18 2016
Rolling Hills Estates CC Juried April-June 2016
Solo Show AC Gallery “Culture Of Beauty”  Los Angeles April 2016
A Smith Gallery Johnson City TX Juried Show  RED (April-May 2016)
Oddville Gallery Los Angeles Juried Show (April 2016)

ON LINE PUBLICATIONS:

ArtQuench Magazine Featured Artist in Jan 8, 2017 issue
Dotphotozine finalist for Excellence in Photography Award 2016  July 11, 2016 edition
Silvershotz Magazine Feature Article “Culture of Beauty” Aug 16 2016 Vol.19 Ed. 11 
L’Oeil de la Photographie Portfolio of the Weekend May 7-8 2016 
Blog Writer 550 April 28 2016
L’Oeil de la Photographie featured artist in article Jan 27 2016
Diversions LA Featured Artist http://diversionsla.com/?p=1729 (Dec 6, 2015)
Diversions LA Review http://diversionsla.com/?p=67 (July 28, 2015)
Art Week LA http://artweek.la/issue/july-6/articlekathy-curtis-cahill-memories-and-demons
Fabrik.la http://fabrik.la/kathy-curtis-cahill-memories-and-demons/ (June 26, 2015)
Artist Outreach http://shoeboxpr.com/2015/07/01/an-interview-with-artist-kathy-curtis-cahill/ 

Contact information-

KathyCurtisCahill@gmail.com

www.KathyCurtisCahillFineArtPhotography.com
 
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PLEASE PLAY by Kathy Curtis Cahill
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WAITING TO PLAY by Kathy Curtis Cahill
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THE MACHINE OF SECRETS, VERSE 14 by Lawrence Russ
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Lawrence Russ received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, where he was the Alfred P. Sloan Scholar for the Humanities; and his Master of the Fine Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he was selected as one of two Writing Fellows in Poetry by the faculty of the Writing Program. 

As a poet and prose writer, he won a Connecticut Commission on the Arts Fellowship in Writing and has published in scores of journals and anthologies, including The Nation, The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Iowa Review, Parabola, and the catalogue for the Art at the Edge of the Law exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

In recent years, photographs of his have appeared in F-Stop Magazine, Shadow & Light Magazine, COLOR Magazine, Tricycle, and in various online galleries and magazines such as those of the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, CO and Ploughshares Magazine.

He has received awards for his photography as well as for his writing, such as an Honorable Mention in Architecture in the international Fine Art Photography Awards; a Director’s Honorable Mention in the “Habitat” exhibition of the A. Smith Gallery (TX); First Honorable Mention in the Annual Open Juried Exhibition of the Housatonic Museum of Art (chosen by Judy Kim of the Brooklyn Museum); an Honorable Mention in the 2013 IMAGES exhibition at the Guilford Arts Center (for which Joshua Chuang of the Yale Art Gallery was a juror); Third Prize in the 36th Annual Juried Exhibition of the Ridgefield Guild of Artists (for which Jacquie Littlejohn. owner of Littlejohn Contemporary gallery in NYC was the judge); and Second Prize in the “Exposures” exhibition of the West Hartford (CT) Art League, awarded by Eva Sutton, Chair of the Photography Department at RISD.

In 2013 and again in 2016, the Visual Arts Committee of Artspace in New Haven, CT selected Russ as one of only six visual artists from the Northeastern states to be included in Artspace's Flatfile Program, through which art prints kept on site are made available to collectors, curators, and others interested in contemporary artworks.  No more than 100 artists are included in the Flatfile Program in any given year.

Russ's photographs have also been selected for numerous juried exhibitions including: 
-- the Spectra National Photography Exhibition of the Silvermine Guild of Artists (juried by Barbara Hitchcock, curator of the Polaroid Collection);
-- the “Open Call:  Your Greatest Hits” exhibition at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT, for which the juror was Neil Harris, Associate Photo Editor of Time Magazine;
-- four editions of the Art of the Northeast Exhibition (administered by Silvermine and open to all visual artists in New England, NY, NJ and Pennsylvania), for which the jurors included Maurice Tuchman, founder of the famous Modern and Contemporary Art Department of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Douglas Dreishpoon, Chief Curator of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York; and Elizabeth Smith, Chief Curator of the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art;
-- and four editions of the annual IMAGES photography exhibition of the Shoreline Arts Alliance (for which the jury panel members have included various distinguished fine art photographers, curators, art professors, and gallerists from throughout the Northeastern states).

His work has also been selected to appear in a host of other venues, in Colorado and Vermont, and in New Haven, Torrington, Hartford, Ridgefield, Milford, Southport, New Canaan, Wilton, and elsewhere in Connecticut.

Russ has had one-person exhibitions at Photographic Solutions in Norwalk, CT and the Risley Gallery in Litchfield, and two-person shows at the Exposures Gallery in New Haven and the Keyes Gallery in Branford.  In 2010, he was selected by Robin Jaffee Frank (then the Senior Associate Curator of American Painting and Sculpture of the Yale Art Gallery and now Chief Curator at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art) as one of nine artists to exhibit a collection of his works in SOLOS 2011 at the Westport Arts Center in Westport, CT.  

REPRESENTATION:

Flatfile Program, Artspace, New Haven, CT, (203) 772-2709, michael@artspacenh.org , Michael Galvin, Visual Arts Co-ordinator and Gallery Manager.

See Artspace Members Gallery:  artspacenh.org/artists/lruss  and
Flatfile Program Artists Gallery:  artspacenh.org/flatfile/lruss


www.lawrenceruss.com 

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THE MACHINE OF SECRETS, VERSE 15 by Lawrence Russ
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THE MACHINE OF SECRETS, VERSE 4 by Lawrence Russ
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BORDER LINE by Magdeleine Ferru
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Magdéleine Ferru loves meeting people, exploring historic site, cities, national park, etc..., where she can learn about past & present, life style, and citizens’ habits, who they were, and who they became, how custom can be so different from then to now and how the society is influencing one’s own choices. Insatiable learner & traveler, curious about the big picture as much as of all those smaller things that get people going, she is in a constant « soif d’aventures et de connaissances.

She never ceases feeding her curiosity by traveling the world, discovering amazing places. 

She likes mixing different styles : her Kennecott project mixes urban photo and documentary, diving into one of the biggest wood building of the world. 

She is also working on a few years long project called "Identity", a reflection on each other's identity and the human body. 
Here she presents a part of her work on ice and water : Glacier Art. Blue, white, cold, come closer, listen to the glacier whispering its song, merge yourself into its deepness, bubbling, melting, freezing. Natural art shaped with time and weather, discover those close up of a glacier and let your imagination wander; do you see a dancer, or may be a ghost ? it doesn't matter as long as what you see is lead by your dream… 

The cycle of the water inspires me, for its movement, and continual changes, its always the same but in different shape, texture, form, i wanted to explore ice and see through it.

Magdéleine -JustMagd- is a french photographer, who, after studying photography in Montréal in 2002, has been traveling and trying to discover as much of the world as she could for the past 10 years. It is her exhibition "Tokyo dans mon Keitai" in Tokyo in 2009 (under the patronage of the French Ambassy) that makes her want to show more of her work. She, then gained self-confidence and obtained awards in different photo contests.

She attends a workshop "Traveling Photos" with Jacques Sierpinski in Toulouse, using each meeting, course, shops, etc...as a great opportunity to learn from experienced photographers. 

In 2010, she decided to go back to school to learn graphic design, and got into a 5 month program in Montauban. Learning website building basics was part of the course, but what really caught her interest was studying layout, designing books or magazines. She did a 2 weeks internship at a design agency in Ibiza, and contributed as photographer/graphic designer to expat magazines in Seoul. 

She keeps traveling feeling her urge to see the world and understand its inhabitant, working on personal projects.

www.justmagd.com
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BUBLES by Magdeleine Ferru
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FILAMENT by Magdeleine Ferru
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BEACHED 787 by Michael Wood
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Michael Wood says of his work, "I have been involved in photography for over 45 years, having first exhibited and published my work when I was 16. Most of my life’s work has been in media production with many years spent traveling around the world documenting events in video and stills for Prem Rawat. 

After many years of shooting artistically for my own pleasure I decided in 2010 to start showing my work. Since then I have shown in many galleries in Southern California, and on-line as well.  

I consider my photography to be a spectator sport in that the images are found, stumbled upon in an open ended visual walk-about. For me it’s less about creating pre-visualized imagery than it is about discovery and refinement. I shoot almost obsessively and practice my technique to the point where it becomes second nature. I shoot randomly, relying on my instincts, and find themes that are then developed into series.     
    
I use traditional techniques for the most part, with little done to my pictures that couldn’t be done in a darkroom. My shooting tends to be minimalist as well, a single camera with a few manual focus prime lenses. I find that shooting this way creates an envelope where I focus more on the frame than the gear.
    
I find inspiration in many photographers and artists. The work of Minor White stands out to me as a sensibility that I connect with artistically and spiritually.
        
I have have several series that I add to and work on occasionally as the inspiration arises."

See more at my website: www.mbwoodphotography.com
 
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BEACHED 824 by Michael Wood
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BEACHED 887 by Michael Wood
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DREAM FACTORY by Michal Amerek
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Michał Amerek says of his work, "I'm amateur photographer from Poland and I'm interested in the various aspects of the landscape, so that those that show the presence of man, objects removed from the context of time and space and abstract nature. I pay attention to the details, being imperceptible at first glance and the gaps that appear to be filled with object relationships or contact with the viewer. Often these are spontaneous and accidental encounters like these three submitted photos."

foto.michalamerek.pl

www.facebook.com/MichalAmerekPhotography
 
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RED GLOVE by Michal Amerek
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SHARP BEND 1 by Michal Amerek
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UNTITLED 1 by Nicole Harrington
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Nicole Harrington says of her work, " 'Tiny Thoughts of Grandeur' gives importance to forgotten minutia.

It cuts away the chaos of the world. By creating a quiet yet vast landscape out of diminutive objects it calms the mind. The world falls away and you enjoy a moment of peace in a tiny reality, creating a compassion for the neglected items.

Frozen glimpses to an unseen world I wish to enter. A window to a calm, quiet world without judgment, fears, or worries. A place where people and things can just be."

Nicole Harrington, who was born and raised in Nebraska, has enjoyed photography since childhood. Running around her grandmother's home with a 110 film camera taking pictures of the cats.

She, however, didn't fall in love with photography until her high school darkroom class. There, her wonderfully supportive teacher allowed Nicole to follow her own path.

After a few years away from photography, she felt something was missing and returned to shooting again while teaching English in South Korea; and the spark was reborn.

She found it was a way for her to explore the new culture she found herself becoming a part of. Upon returning to the states she began the study of photography at the New England School of Photography. She graduated in June of 2015. She specializes in black and white fine art and architectural photography.

Experience:

NESOP -TA for Stephen Sheffield  -2015-2016

●    Set up classroom and darkroom for class
●    Darkroom demonstrations
●    Advice and help during classroom discussions and critique of artwork
●    Notes on students work and progress for Stephen Sheffield

Education:

New England School of Photography -2014-2015
●    Major: Fine Art: Black and White
●    Minor: Architectural Photography


Sept 2015  Panopticon Gallery                 Boston, MA
Think Small

Aug-Sept 2015  The Curated Fridge             Somerville, MA

Aug 2015   SOWA Studio 308                       Boston, MA
Black & White Graduation Exhibit

November 2014 Photographic Research Center  Boston, MA 
Your Work Here 2.0                                                                              

2013-2015   New England School of Photography   Boston, MA
Student Shows  

Private Collections:

Boston, MA 
Lincoln, NE 
Seattle, WA
Geneva, Switzerland
 
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UNTITLED 2 by Nicole Harrington
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UNTITLED 3 by Nicole Harrington
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HILLS BROTHERS COFFEE CAN 1936 by Paul Ivanushka
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Paul Ivanushka says if his work, "My work looks at the environment from often overlooked perspectives.

I focus on the beauty of the natural designs, patterns, textures and tonal ranges found in natural objects. Many people move through nature too fast and miss so many wonderful images and moments.

My goal is to find these overlooked images and moments in nature and share them with as many people as I can. It’s a challenge as Nature does not give herself up easily.

I anchor my landscapes with a human artifact or evidence of mankind's presence on this planet. But it always amazes me how great we humans are...and at the same time how insignificant our achievements become when put next to nature. Nature will always dominate…it will always endure."

Paul was born an Army brat at the West Point Military Academy and was raised in various cities across the United States where he was exposed to the diversities of both people and nature.

As a result of a trip to the Grand Canyon and inspired by the canyon photographs of the Kolb Brothers, Paul developed his first roll of film when he was ten years old. Since then exploring the outdoors has been a major portion of his growth and life.

After studying at Brooks Institute of Photography Paul spent most of his career in the printing industry learning and managing tone reproduction on high speed web offset presses.
 
Recently, Paul picked up a camera  creating action portraits of horses and riders in various equine competitions.  Paul now spends most of his free time shooting fine art landscapes with a large format camera.

Paul is a Software Business Analyst and currently resides in Inglewood, California.

Paul Ivanushka Artist Resume:
 
Education:

Pepperdine University, MBA Business Management
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, BS - Printing Engineering and Management
Brooks Institute of Photography
San Bernardino Valley Junior College - AA Sociology and Photography
 
Awards:

·“2016 Topanga Canyon Gallery - Juried Open Exhibition”, First Place Award 
·“2011  Equine Photographers International Juried Show” Honorable Mention 
 
Group Exhibitions:
 
2017
"Third Annual Group Show" Paula Tognarelli Juror
Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, New York
 
"Small Works" Kat Kiernan Juror
Center for Fine Art Photography - Fort Collins, CO
 
Center for Photographic Art (CPA)   2017 Members’ Juried Exhibition
Juror Elizabeth Corden and Jan Potts of Corden|Potts Gallery, San Francisco
Center for Photographic Art - Carmel, CA
 
"2017 Los Angeles Center of Photography 4th Annual Members Show" 
Paula Tognarelli Juror
dnj Gallery / Bergamot Station  -  Santa Monica, CA
 
"Carrizo Plain" - Solo Show
Tag Gallery - Los Angeles, CA
 
"Chiaroscuro" David H. Wells Juror
Darkroom Gallery - Essex Junction, VT
 
2016
"Los Angeles Art Association 2016 Open Show"
Gallery 825 - Los Angeles ,CA
 
"2016 Creative Portrait Exhibition"
Los Angeles Center of Photography - Los Angeles, CA
 
·"2016 Los Angeles Center of Photography 3rd Annual Members Show",  
  dnj Gallery / Bergamot Station  -  Santa Monica, CA
 
 “2016 Members Juried Exhibition”  
  Center For Photographic Art - Carmel Valley, CA     June 11 - July 24, 2016
 
"2016 Topanga Canyon Gallery - Juried Open Exhibition”, First Place Award 
  Topanga Canyon Art Gallery - Topanga Canyon, CA 
 
2015
"2015 California Open Exhibition",
TAG Gallery / Bergamot Station -  Santa Monica, CA
 
"2015 Los Angeles Center Of Photography 2nd Annual Members Show",  
dnj Gallery / Bergamot Station  -  Santa Monica, CA
 
"2015 Through A Curious Lens"
 Santa Cruz Art League  - Santa Cruz CA
 
“2015  Topanga Canyon  Gallery Juried Open Exhibition”
Topanga Canyon Art Gallery - Topanga Canyon, CA   
 
www.paulivanushkaphotography.com
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I DREAM OF DONALD WITH THE LIGHT HAIR by Paul Ivanushka
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VERTEBRA by Paul Ivanushka
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COLUMBIA TABLES 1 by Perry Matthews
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Perry Mathews says of his work, "Restaurant settings in-between service comprise this series of monochrome photographs.

In this age of chasing after the newest and hottest chefs across the nation searching for that elusive transformative morsel it’s easy to overlook the setting and the detail that creates a special place.

These images hail from St. Augustine, FL; Savannah, GA; and Richmond, VA. All evoke a “calm before the storm” vibe. This in-between space allows an examination of what it takes to compose a memorable space that is so often ignored by adoring fans."

Perry Matthews is a self-taught photographer who takes joy in documenting the everyday aspect of her surroundings and creating an emotion or feeling from still images. Her work has been displayed in galleries in Virginia and is part of the permanent collection of Capital One.

EXHIBITION EXPERIENCE:

UPCOMING SOLO SHOWS

Pushing Color Against Boundaries – Aug-Sep 2017 – Art Works, Richmond, VA
Adventures in Wine Country – Sep-Dec 2017 – Capital One, Richmond, VA
Digital Perspectives – Oct-Nov 2017 – MacCallum More Museum & Gardens, Chase City, VA

SOLO SHOWS

Adventures in Wine Country – Sep-Oct 2016 – Art Works, Richmond, VA
Architectural Abstractions – May-Jul 2016 – Capital One, Richmond, VA
Architectural Abstractions – Nov 2015-Jan 2016 – Art Works, Richmond, VA
Monochrome Perspective – Sep-Oct 2014 – Art Works, Richmond, VA
RVA Vision – May-Jun 2013 – Art Works, Richmond, VA

GROUP SHOWS

Radius 250 – May 2017 – Artspace, Richmond, VA
All Media Shows – Jan/Mar/May 2017 – Crossroads Art Center, Richmond, VA
All Media Shows – 2012 – 2017 – Art Works, Richmond, VA
Women’s History Month – 2011 – 2017 Capital One, Richmond, VA and McLean, VA

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SPEAKEASY by Perry Mathews
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TABLE AND CHAIRS by Perry Matthews
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THE OLD LOGGING ROAD by Robert Curl
HONORABLE MENTION
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Robert Curl says of his work, "My work is always driven by concept, individual bodies of work being a visual narrative that portrays a poetic or philosophical concept derived from my musings over literary sources and personal contemplation. 

When certain idea’s, notions and thoughts crystallize into a coherent narrative, I begin assembling and creating relevant imagery by way of a photographs, intaglio printing, screen printing or, as in many cases, a collaboration of the three. 

I either create deliberate compositions, or I carefully search for those moments when a phenomenological connection between time, space, and observer (myself) produce a piece of imagery for the greater narrative. When the desired imagery is collected I consciously organize and edit it into a visual “poem,” constructed of multiple images or stanzas, which, when arranged in a specific way, make a cohesive and coherent narrative."

Robert Curl is a recent Masters of Fine Arts degree recipient from California State University-Chico, and a recent addition to the art and design faculty at Southern Utah University. Curl works mainly in photography and printmaking, though will use whatever medium he finds necessary for a given project. Curl’s work tends to focus predominantly on existential themes such as death, meaning of life, memory, afterlife, etc.    

Professional Experience:

Southern Utah University, Visual Arts Department, Cedar City, UT. Adjunct Professor August 2017-
California State University, Department of Art and Art History, Chico, CA. Graduate Lecturer August 2015-December 2016 
Southern Utah University, Visual Arts Department, Cedar City, UT. Photography Lab Technician August 2012-May 2014

Exhibitions:

All Is Ephemeral: MFA Thesis Show, Jacki Headley University Art Gallery, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2017
MFA Student Group Exhibition, MFA Gallery, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2016                                                                                                                 61st Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, University Art Museum, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2016
21st Juried Student Print Exhibition, Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2016                                                                                     In Process, University Art Museum, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2015 Grotteschi: Exploring Hieronymus Bosch, Carmel Visual arts, Carmel, CA. 2015                
Liminal, 1078 gallery, Chico, CA. 2015
60th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, University Art Museum, California State       University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2015
Traveling Group Exhibition, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. 2015
Traveling Group Exhibition, University of Miami, Miami, FL. 2015
MFA Student Group Exhibition, BMU gallery, California State University, Chico, CA. 2015 New MFA Student Exhibition, B-So space, California State University, Chico, CA. 2014 Black And White 2014, The Center For Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO. 2014       
Expressions: Contemporary Portraiture, The Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA. 2014  Senior Portfolio Exhibition, Braithwaite gallery, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT. 2014                                                                                                                      Edge Program Showcase, Gerald Sherrat Library, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT. 2013
To The River, Artist-In-Residence Solo Exhibition, Zion National Park Museum of Human History, Springdale, UT. 2013
Southern Utah University Curriculum Exhibition, Braithwaite gallery,
Cedar City, UT. 2012
Untitled Group Exhibition, GoGo 37 Gallery, St. George, UT. 2011
Art Department Showcase, Sears Gallery, Dixie State University, St. George, UT. 2011

Awards:

Hopper Award, California State University-Chico, Chico, Chico, CA. 2017
Studio Arts Outstanding Student Award, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT. 2014   Edge Showcase Scholarship, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT. 2013

Collections:

Collection of Michael and Stephanie Souza-Pascal, Yuba City, CA                        Collection of Laura Nice, Chico, CA
Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA
Zion National Park Museum of Human History, Springdale, UT 

Publication: 

Watershed Review, v.39, no.02, edited by Sarah Pape. Chico, CA. 2016
61st Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2016       
Enigma: Code, Narrative, Symbol, Catalog, Janet Turner Print Museum,
California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2015
Eden, Vol. 3, Edited by Fabio M. Roque. The Unknown Books. Portugal. 2015
60th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2015   
Southern Utah University Journal (newspaper), 2013-Featured artist
Edge Program catalog, Southern Utah University Experiential Education, Cedar City, UT 2013         
Dixie Sun (newspaper), 2011-featured artist
Southern Quill, v. 2011, edited by Stephen B. Armstrong. St. George, UT. 2011
Southern Quill, v. 2009, edited by Stephen B. Armstrong. St. George, UT. 2009

Professional Activities: 

Co-curator, Obsession, Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2017
Guest Speaker, Chico Camera Club, Chico, CA 2016-2017
Visiting Artist Comittee, California State University Chico, Chico, CA. 2015-2016                            
Co-curator, Enigma: Code, Narrative, Symbol, Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA. 2015                                                                                                        Photography Judge, Iron County Fair, Parowan, UT. 2013                                       Fine Art Judge, Garfield County Fair, Panguitch, UT. 2013 

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LOS MOLINOS by Robert Curl
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US 101 by Robert Curl
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DIEBENKORN REFLECTION 1 by Robin Repp
HONORABLE MENTION
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Robin Repp says of her work, "My work explores the concept of anticipation of the future or the unknown.

With influences as diverse as Thomas Struth, Dorthea Lange, Elmer Bischoff, and Minor White. For most of my career, I have been using infrared photography, the figure in the landscape and social commentary topics to tell my story.

These images which I am submitting here are reflections of Richard Diebenkorn’s Ocean Park paintings on the floor of the Orange County Museum of Art.  I noticed that the reflections were more abstract and beautiful under my feet. No one seemed to look down into this other world of Diebenkorn imagery."

Robin Repp's work has been included in exhibitions in the Laguna Art Museum, the Oakland Art Museum, the Berkeley Art Museum, Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, The Shapero Modern, London, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London and various galleries such as the Huntington Beach Art Center, Rochester Contemporary Art Gallery, N.Y.C, The Studios Inc. Gallery, Kansas City, The Irvine Fine Arts Center, The Brea Gallery, CSUF Gallery, Long Beach Arts, Worth Ryder Gallery Berkeley, VAALA, and the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art.

Her work is in many private collections as well as public collections listed here:
The University of British Columbia, Canada
University of California, Bancroft Library Berkeley, Ca
The Center for the Study of Political Graphics Los Angeles, CA
AOUON Archive of Political Posters, Berkeley
The Thomas W. Benson Collection, Penn State University Library
City of Huntington Beach, Ca
City of Anjo, Japan

SELECTED EXHIBITION HISTORY:

 Art as Protest, Tyler Stallings, juror, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, 2017

Selective Memory, Solo Exhibition, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, 2017

Reclaiming Earth, Works by Women Eco Artists, Jewett Gallery, San Francisco, 2017

You Say You Want a Revolution?, Records and Rebels 1966-1970, Curated by Victoria Broakes , Victoria and Albert Museum, London,  U.K.,  2017

Collector’s Choice, Channel Islands Studios, Camarillo, Ca. 2016

11x11, Square I Gallery, Claremont, Ca 2016

Huahine Series, Infrared Photography, Paradigm Gallery, Santa Ana, Ca 2016

ArtStart, O.C. Center for Contemporary Art. Santa Ana, 2016

XPhotoX, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, Ca. 2016

Airborne, Worth Ryder Gallery, Farley Gwazda, Curator, U. C. Berkeley, Ca. 2016

America in Revolt, Shapiro Modern, Barry Miles,curator, London, England, 2016

Smaller Footprints, Robert Benitez, & Linda Weintraub, curators, MOAH, 2016

Generations: 40 Hues between Black and White,  James Dinh, curator, OCCCA, 2015

Fashionistas Fight Back, Shana Nys Dambrot, curator, OCCCA, 2015    

Moist, Ginger Shulick Porcella, Curator, OCCCA, 2015

The Art of Stem Cells, Leslie Davis, Curator, OCCCA, 2014
    
Home, William Turner, Curator, VAALA & OCCCA, 2014

Robin Repp , Solo Exhibition, Square I Gallery, Claremont, 2014

The Search, Inspired by JPL, O.C. Center for Contemporary Art, 2013

Articles and Sites:

“Art As Protest” at OCCCA Does Too Much of Latter, Too Little of Former, by Dave Barton, OC Weekly, June 22, 2017
http://www.ocweekly.com/arts/art-as-protest-at-occca-does-too-much-of-latter-too-little-of-former-8203875
    
“Selective Memory”, by Aimiee Curillo, OC Weekly, April 27, 2017 http://www.ocweekly.com/event/robin-repp-selective-memory-7980847

“The Evolution of Art Practices”, by Nicolae Corsini, Art, Activism and Society, May 15, 2016, http://nicolacorsini.blogspot.com

“The Urgent Protest Art of the Berkeley Political Poster Workshop”, by Claire Voon, Hypoallergenic, February 6, 2016, http://hyperallergic.com/272933/the-urgent-protest-art-of-the-berkeley-political-poster-workshop/

“Berkeley’s ’60s radical roots show in major UK exhibit”, By Yasmin Anwar, Berkeley News,  Sept.9, 2016, http://news.berkeley.edu/2016/09/09/berkeley60s-exhibit/ 

Lancaster: “Smaller Footprints”, Artists examine global warming.
http://bestevents.us/lancaster-smaller-footprints-artists-examine-global-warming/960561

“America in Revolt: The Art of Protest”. Jan. 30, 2016
http://shaperomodern.com/poster-power-1970s-anti-vietnam-war-art-by-california-   students/

CO.DESIGN, Diana Budds, Feb. 4, 2016    
http://www.fastcodesign.com/3056161/when-graphic-design-was-a-protest-weapon/2
    
Svenska Dagbladet, Anders Haraldson, Feb. 4, 2016
http://www.svd.se/protesten-efter-blodbadet-usa-slukar-sina-barn#sida-7

Poster Power:1970s anti-Vietnam war art by California Students, Repp Interview by
Kathryn Bromich, The Guardian, Jan 30, 2016
http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/jan/30/poster-power-anti-vietnam-war-art-berkeley-california-students-exhibition-shapero-modern?CMP=share_btn_fb

www.saatchiart.com/robinrepp
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DIEBENKORN REFLECTION 2 by Robin Repp
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DIEBENKORN REFLECTION 3 by Robin Repp
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STAINLESS STEEL DENDRITES by Sheri Neva
HONORABLE MENTION
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Sheri Neva says of her work, "In 2005, my life changed forever.

Setting foot in Delta College Microscopy facility, I had no idea what was about to happen. At that moment, I went from being a teacher to a student.

I started learning about a new world. The microscopic world is a fascinating mix of science and art, revealing the hidden beauty of life.

Whether it is related to my job in the aerospace industry or just something that I manage to encounter in my adventures in Playa Del Rey, CA, I relish every moment. Another way to explore and find something new, something incredible, something beautiful, something to share.

My scanning electron microscope makes this all possible. I never know what I will find when I put a sample in the microscope. Seeing the microstructure of a mosquito wing or the grooves and pits in one single grain of sand from the beach I live on still amazes me after seven years. At 200 to 100,000 times magnification, these micrographs still draw me in every time I look at them. They show me how beautiful life is and how much more there is to discover.

This is my life’s passion, exploring life, by combining technology and art to show you what our world really looks like. I feel privileged to share this with you. I hope you find the art in science as I do."

CV

LACDA 2012 - 2017 
South Park Downtown Los Angeles 11 Utility boxes 2016 to current
Neutra Institute Museum "Taking Wing" May 2017
LAAA 2016 - 1017
Dulcepaloza El Segundo 2016
Santa Monica Hanger Nov 2016
Moon Project Current
MACY's Downtown Los Angeles 2016 - 2017
RAW Hollywood 2015

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CATERPILLAR by Sheri Neva
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TIN LEAD SWIRL by Sheri Neva
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ASCETIC PILLAR by Summar Alsemeiry
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Summar Alsemeiry says of her work, "In a modernist photography museum, the line between art and not-art is delineated sharply by the edge of a black frame against a white wall. But photography's inner nature challenges such delineation. Photography champions the overlooked and rewards incessant glancing. 

As a gallery monitor, I have seen visitors, inspired by the artwork, photograph the shadow cast by the velvet rope barrier, temperature controls stacked like seashells on a shelf, and their own face swimming in a pane of plexiglass."

Summar Alsemeiry graduated with a BA in art history from the University of Arizona in 2016. 

Her work has been published in Musée and Float Magazine. Her website showcases her recent body of photographs, which continues her interest in environment and technology by turning her lens on driving a car as a state of mind. 

www.Summaralsemeiry.com
 
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ENCHANTED PRINCESSES by Summar Alsemeiry
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LUXURIOUS VISTA by Summar Alsemeiry
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CLARENDON AVENUE by Victoria Heilweil
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Victoria Heilweil says of her work, "'In Plain Sight' is a collection of found still-lifes; a discovery of a moment, a spontaneous formation, a gesture happened upon while wandering urban streets. 

Employing formal compositions to celebrate the aesthetic qualities of my explorations, I seek the tension between the grotesque and the beautiful, between the subject and the treatment. These simultaneously alluring and abject items serve as an intriguing archive of our daily routines.

Inspired by Wabi Sabi, a philosophy and aesthetic that stems from Japanese Buddhism, I utilize marks as individual narratives that are intimate yet revealing, unique and historical. Striving to capture the seductive nature of the imperfect in things modest and humble, I transform the mundane into the sublime, making visible that which we take for granted.

Appreciation of accidental art is paramount to reconnecting with our humanity, and I aim to honor the ordinary aspects of our existence."

Victoria Mara Heilweil is a nationally exhibited photographic artist, curator and educator. 

She received her Masters of Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 1995. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the de Young Museum, San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art, Intersection for the Arts, Southern Exposure, California Academy of Sciences, Art Works Downtown, PHOTO Fine Art and Rayko Photo Gallery in the Bay Area, wall space gallery and Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum and the Medium Festival of Photography in Southern California, University Art Gallery at California State Chico, Minneapolis Photo Center, Visual Arts Center in Portsmouth, VA and Washington Square Art Galleries in New York City. 

She has also created public and community based art works in conjunction with the ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose, CA, Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland, CA and the Bayview Opera House in San Francisco, CA.   In 2014 Victoria was awarded a grant from the Puffin Foundation.

Recent Exhbitions:

2017 
SIZE MATTERS, group exhibition, Medium Festival of Photography, San Diego, CA                     
COMMUNITY SOURCE(D), solo exhibition in collaboration with Mobile Arts Platform: Peter Foucault and         
Chris Treggiari, Pro Arts, Oakland, CA
NIGHTLIFE LIVE, group exhibition in collaboration with Phil Spitler, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA
MANUAL DIGITAL, group exhibition in collaboration with Phil Spitler, Space 151, San Francisco, CA
LUMINARY, group exhibition in collaboration with Phil Spitler, Midway Gallery, San Francisco,     CA

2016        
PULLING THREADS, group exhibition, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
AUTUMN LIGHTS, group exhibition, The Gardens at Lake Merritt, Oakland, CA
ANNE AND MARK’S ART PARTY, group exhibition, Santa Clara Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA 
NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND, solo exhibition, Rayko Photo Gallery, San Francisco, CA
MY MUSEUM MOBILE CART, Art Market, San Francisco, CA
stARTup Art Fair, San Francisco, CA
stARTup Art Fair, Hollywood, CA


CURATORIAL:
            
2016    
PULLING THREADS, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
20/20 VISION: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE, Art Works Downtown, San Rafael, CA

2015        
DOMESTIC, PHOTO Gallery, Oakland, CA
WINTERFEST, SF Bike Coalition Annual Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA
CORPORATE CURATION, Bonfire Labs, San Francisco, CA 
TECHNOLOGICAL MEDIATIONS, Artworks Downtown, San Rafael, CA 
OBSIDERE (with MicroClimate Collective), Alterspace, San Francisco, CA 

2014 
WINTERFEST, SF Bike Coalition Annual Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA
CORPORATE CURATION, Bonfire Labs, San Francisco, CA 
WABI-SABI (with MicroClimate Collective), Alterspace, San Francisco, CA

GRANTS, AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES:

2017    STUDIO LAB RESIDENCY, in collaboration with Mobile Arts Platform: Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari, Pro Arts, Oakland, CA
2016    ARTSPAN OPEN STUDIOS, SF Open Studios Artist Not to Miss, chosen by a panel of arts professionals, San Francisco, CA
2015    ARTIST IN RESIDENCE (with Chris Treggiari), de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
2014    DOTPHOTOZINE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PHOTOGRAPHY, Finalist, California State University, San Bernadino
PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT, The Puffin Foundation, Teaneck, NJ
2011    ALTERNATIVE EXPOSURE GRANT, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA  Jurors: Julie Lazar, Director International Contemporary Arts Network; Jasmine Moorhead, Owner and Director, Krowswork; and Rosten Woo, co-founder of the Center for Urban Pedagogy

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016        
NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND: VICTORIA MARA HEILWEIL, Article/Review, All About Photo
MY MUSEUM, Exhibition Catalogue

2015        
FALL ARTS PREVIEW: 29 CAN’T MISS SHOWS, PERFORMANCES + EXHIBITS IN THE BAY AREA, “Technological Mediations” selected, 7x7 Magazine
RELICS AT SAN JOSE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Review, Droste Effect
“RELICS” AT SAN JOSE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Review, art ltd

2014        
EXHIBIT PAYS HOMAGE TO DEPARTED TECH, news segment in “Relics” exhibition, NBC Nightly News
“WABI SABI: IMPERMANENCE, IMPERFECTION AND THE ACCIDENTAL” AT ALTER SPACE, Review, SF Art Enthusiast

2013        
FRESH PHOTOS TAKE ON ABSTRACTION: WIT AND BEAUTY MEET IN HARD-TO-PLACE             I
MAGES, Review of Non-Representational exhibition, Santa Barbara Independent
X LIBRIS, Exhibition Catalogue
A.D.D., Exhibition Zine with DVD
EAT YOUR ART OUT: EDIBLE ARTWORK RUMINATES ON CORPOREAL AND VISUAL             
CONSUMPTION AT ROOT DIVISION IN SF, Review of Edible Ephemera, The Daily Californian

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EMBARCADERO CENTER SAN FRANCISCO by Victoria Heilweil
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ROME ITALY by Victoria Heilweil
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