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FACES I

Now on View through 23 November 2022

FACES I is the first installment of a two-part exhibition focused on facial expressions and images created in various media. Works on view include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and photography that are by turns representational, abstract, expressionistic and imaginary. 

 

 FACES I features works by Rosemarie Castoro, Luis Frangella, Mark Golderman, Robert Goldman (aka Bobby G), Judy Glantzman, John Martini, Shiri Mordechay, Carol Munder, Natalya Nesterova, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Linda Sibio, Joey Tepedino, Rick Worth, Anthony Viti, and David Wojnarowicz.

Joey Tepedino
Joey Tepedino

Ralob Bluck, 2022, mixed media on canvas, 36x48

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Home, 2022, photogravure, ed. 1/10, framed 16 x 16"
Home, 2022, photogravure, ed. 1/10, framed 16 x 16"

Home, 2022, photogravure, ed. 1/10, framed 16 x 16"

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John Martini
John Martini

Untitled, 2021, Monoprint, ink, 22" x 19 3/4"

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Joey Tepedino
Joey Tepedino

Ralob Bluck, 2022, mixed media on canvas, 36x48

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Hal Bromm is pleased to invite you to FACES I, an exhibition focused on facial expressions and images created in various media. Works on view include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and photography that are by turns representational, abstract, expressionistic and imaginary. 

A two part group exhibiton, FACES I includes work by Rosemarie Castoro, Luis Frangella, Mark Golderman, Robert Goldman (aka Bobby G), Judy Glantzman, John Martini, Shiri Mordechay, Carol Munder, Natalya Nesterova, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Linda Sibio, Joey Tepedino, Rick Worth, Anthony Viti, and David Wojnarowicz.

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Home, 2022
Home, 2022

Carol Munder Photogravure, edition 1/10 16" x 16"

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Reading (Haruki Murakami), 2019
Reading (Haruki Murakami), 2019

Natalya Nesterova Oil on canvas 20" x 16"

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Untitled
Untitled

Jean Louis Morin Oil on Canvas 18"x 18"

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Home, 2022
Home, 2022

Carol Munder Photogravure, edition 1/10 16" x 16"

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