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Four Tops – Reach Out (I’ll Be There) (1967) HD


Four Tops – Reach Out (I’ll Be There) (1967)

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Levi van Veluw – origin of the beginning

Levi van Veluw - origin of the beginning

Levi van Veluw - origin of the beginning

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michael aram

michael aram

michael aram

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MAC MOTORCYCLES

MAC MOTORCYCLES

MAC MOTORCYCLES

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Julez Santana ft Cam’ron – Dipset

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Opening: Saturday, January 7th 2012 – 6:00pm -10:30pm

“A group show in a warehouse by some train tracks.”

Celebrating the bravery of the creative outsider. The individual artist can face an aspect of social and economical barriers of the art world that is obscurely outside of the art making process. This show is about exhibiting the work of artists from the outside, figuratively or by dialogue and context. This grouping brings together a variety of artists from Miami and New York; living, working as well as deceased.

Works By: Johnny Robles, Eric Torriente, Kiki Valdes, George Sanchez-Calderon, Kristy Leibowitz, David Marsh, Nicole Soden, Edward Crowell II, Johnny Laderer, David “UpnUp” Cabrera, Dianne Radler and Rollin Stirman

Ironside Warehouse
7630 NE 4th Court
Miami, FL 33138-5032

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Jaws

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Jose Guadalupe’s version of Jan Van Eyck’s Marriage of Arnolfini

Jose Guadalupe’s version of Jan Van Eyck’s Marriage of Arnolfini

Jose Guadalupe’s version of Jan Van Eyck’s Marriage of Arnolfini

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