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3D Lenticular prints at Artexpo New York 2010

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New York Stereoscopic Society member Paul Aaron Johnson will be exhibiting 3D lenticular prints at Art Expo with Softmotion from Thursday March 25 - Sunday March 28 at Pier 94, 711 12th Avenue at W 55th St.

LIMITED – FREE GENERAL ADMISSION PASSES FOR (Sat, March 27 – Sun, 28)
5,000 free General Admission tickets are reserved so register now before they are gone. Enter Promo Code AENY2010 at the top of the page for 2 FREE tickets. Otherwise, General Admission prices at the door are as follows: Adult/$15 Senior/$10 Student/$10 Children 12 & under/FREE

OR FREE VIP PASSES (Thu, March 25 – Sun, 28)
For friends, galleries and industry professionals, VIP passes, register here.

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