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Discover 3D – Black Maria Gallery explores the world of fine art stereography

JANUARY 19th through FEBRUARY 16th, 2008
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 19th, 7:00 - 10:30pm

Artists: Heather Lowe, Abe Fagenson, Perry Hoberman, Claudia Kunin, Franklin Londin, Larry Ferguson, Boris Starosta, Terry Wilson, Levon Parian and Ray Zone

"Black Maria Gallery inaugurates 2008 with a January show of eight artists working in three-dimensional media. Curated by 3D artist and writer Ray Zone, the Discover 3D exhibition features a wide-ranging array of stereoscopic images viewed with many different techniques. Among the unique 3D formats presented are View-Master, large-scale wall mounted stereographs and anaglyphs as well as classic formats from visual history that use the conventional stereoscope."

Note: The following images are from the artists' websites and may not represent the actual work on display in Los Angeles.

Black Maria Gallery
3137 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
323.660.9393


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Claudia Kunin
Medusa
(anaglyph)


Terry_Wilson.jpg

Terry Wilson
Red Mountain (phantogram)


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Larry Ferguson
Madeline (stereo pair)


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Boris Starosta
Pitsch Patsch (stereo pair)


Heather_Lowe.jpg

Heather Lowe
Acrylic on canvas, 11” x 14” (cross-eyed view)

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