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“Made in California” at Arcadia Contemporary

Made in California at Arcadia Contemporary
Arcadia Contemporary, a long-time bastion of representational art in New York’s SoHo gallery district, has just moved to Santa Monica California. They are opening their first exhibition there with a group show of seven artists they represent who are based in California.

Made in California” opens tomorrow, Saturday April 2, 2016 with an opening reception from 5-8pm.

The show will be on view until April 23, 2016.

You can view the Issuu Preview Catalog of the show here. (Use the full-sceen arrows at bottom right.)

(Images above: Jeremy Lipking, Vincent Xeus, Aron Wiesenfeld, Michael Chapman, John Brosio. John Wentz, Julio Reyes)


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2 responses to ““Made in California” at Arcadia Contemporary”

  1. This was sad for me. It was right across the street from the gallery in which I exhibit so I always made a stop there during my NYC visits. I never get to SoCal so I’ll miss out on some great work. I happened in there the last week they were open in Soho and got the news.