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Art Murmur at Johansson Projects

Johansson Projects presents two simultaneous shows featuring the works of Rachel Kaye in SHEBAM! POP! BLOP! WIZZ! and Casey Watson in Opal Dust.

Rachel Kaye's textile playgrounds channel the eternally dramatic love affair between art and fashion. Ripped from fashion magazines today's top trends melt into mazes of color and pattern, pure visual…


Posted on December 22, 2012 at 22:45

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At 9:49 on August 4, 2009, Joan Priego said…
Hello I’m Joan Priego, sculptor from Barcelona, Spain. Please feel free to visit my work. I hope you’ll find it interesting.
Greetings from Barcelona
Best Joan
At 11:57 on March 11, 2009, ArtCalendr.com said…

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At 22:44 on August 25, 2008, Terri Stiles Alkayali said…
Welcome to this great site with your great project space.
At 17:57 on August 20, 2008, Mark Lomax said…
Wow! you have some stunning work on display at the moment, a bit far to travel from the north of Scotland unfortunately.
At 16:43 on August 20, 2008, artreview.com said…
Hi Johansson Projects.

Welcome to artreview.com.

It would be great hear more about your gallery, along with images.

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