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solo show at antonio colombo arte contemporanea

March 7th, 2013 marks the opening of "Teenage Machine Age" at Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, in Milan, Italy.  This will be my most comprehensive solo show to date, international or otherwise, with a range of small to large works in acrylic, gouache and oils.  There will also be a small section dedicated to my published illustration work.  I am super excited to show in this beautiful space again.

I will be sharing the opening with the talented Heiko Muller, who will be occupying the "Little Circus" room.

I will be posting the entire show in this news section shortly, so stay tuned!

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