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James Adams
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Artist, Curator, Other
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Conceptual, Digital, Drawing, Installation, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Video
Centre of the artworld:
New York, London, LA, Berlin, Beijing, my studio, online, nowhere and everywhere, another city

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At 3:53 on June 13, 2008, Frank Fu said…
In Memory of Contemporary Art
Please check out my site.

Frank Fu
At 4:04 on May 6, 2008, Toby Blyth said…
Brilliant stuff - "...if I could walk..." brings Viola's Stations to mind.
At 12:30 on May 2, 2008, artreview.com said…
Hi James,

Welcome to artreview.com. Thanks for sharing your work with us, it would be great to learn more about you.

Hope you enjoy the site. Also, check out ArtReview:Digital -- it's ArtReview magazine on your screen every month, and it's FREE
At 12:20 on April 30, 2008, Mik Godley said…
Hello James,
I very much like your prints and would really appreciate more info about them - what they are about, sources and methods or processes, that kind of stuff - they look fascinating!
Cheers, Mik
Virtual Silesia - Division UK
At 10:41 on April 30, 2008, Galerie ARTAe Leipzig, Sabine Aichele-Elsner said…
Hi James, thank you for inviting me. What do you think of Ronald Gerber? You find him at www.artae.de or www.ronaldgerber.de
Best, Sabine


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