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Art, Monday Gallery — January 23, 2017, 5:09 pm

©Yamamoto

Untitled #1673 and Untitled #1683

“Untitled #1673” and “Untitled #1683,” toned photographs with gold paint from the series Kawa=Flow, by Masao Yamamoto. The photographs are currently on view at Yancey Richardson Gallery, in New York City. Images © Masao Yamamoto. Courtesy the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery

Art, Monday Gallery — January 16, 2017, 11:25 am

Sara Cwynar MG

Pictures of Pens II and Pictures of Pencils II

“Pictures of Pens II” and “Pictures of Pencils II,” photographs by Sara Cwynar, whose work was on view last month at COOPER COLE, in Toronto. Courtesy the artist and COOPER COLE, Toronto

Art, Monday Gallery — January 9, 2017, 2:01 pm

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Untitled (Grapevine), 1992

“Untitled (Grapevine), 1992,” a photograph by Susan Lipper, whose work is on view this week at Higher Pictures, in New York City. Courtesy the artist and Higher Pictures, New York City

Art, Monday Gallery — December 26, 2016, 8:00 am

©Tarver_Rows

A Ride by North Philly Rows

“A Ride by North Philly Rows,” by Ron Tarver, whose work is currently on view as part of the exhibition Black Cowboy, at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Photograph © Ron Tarver. Courtesy Studio Museum in Harlem.

Art, Monday Gallery — December 19, 2016, 3:56 pm

©Martinez

We the People

We the People, a mixed-media work with enamel paint, piezography, and red modeling compound on canvas, plexiglass and wood frame, by Eugenia Martinez, whose work is currently on view at Michael Hoppen Gallery, in London. Image © Eugenia Martinez. Courtesy Michael Hoppen Gallery

Art, Monday Gallery — December 12, 2016, 4:13 pm

©Gulenkina

Things Merging and Falling Apart

“Untitled #11, Things Merging and Falling Apart” and “Untitled #12, Things Merging and Falling Apart,” photograms by Tatiana Gulenkina, whose work is currently on view at Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, in Washington. Images © Tatiana Gulenkina

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