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Kaleta Doolin, Park House 2023

Kaleta Doolin, Park House 2023

About the Exhibition
Over the course of her career, Dallas-based artist Kaleta Doolin has developed an enigmatic style to facilitate her intersectional social critique. Casting traditionally domestic items in steel and iron, her sculptural work problematizes cultural equations of femininity with delicacy. Rusting doilies and patinaed florals carry on the legacies of their referents, putting Doolin in dialogue with artists like Betye Saar, Méret Oppenheim and Louise Bourgeois. At Park House, Steel Lace speaks to the artist’s new and existing accomplishments in sculpture, textiles, installation and conceptual art. Her inventive use of textiles — either as stencils, molds or mixed with metals — harnesses the emotional power of objects and symbols, denaturing their biases and grounding them in a contemporary feminist sensibility. Doolin draws on the accomplishments of those before her, encouraging future generations to eschew the oppressive constraints of domesticity as it was, and still is, exercised on women.

About the Artist
Kaleta Doolin (b. 1950) lives and works in Dallas, TX. Doolin is a feminist artist known for her interdisciplinary and critical application of industrial materials and found objects. In the foreword to Doolin’s forthcoming book, Jessica Morgan, director of the Dia Art Foundation, writes, “Delighting in the act of transformation, in Doolin’s hands hard becomes pliable; solid becomes porous; and delicate becomes durable.” Her work can be found in collections at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. In addition to her ongoing work as an artist, Doolin was co-director of the 5501 Columbia Art Center from 1992 to 2001 and was the co-founder of the Texas African American Photography Archives.

About the Gallery
Erin Cluley Gallery is a contemporary art gallery representing emerging, mid-career, and established artists from Dallas and the United States. The gallery presents a provocative program of artists working in both traditional and alternative forms including painting, sculpture, new media, photography, sculptural installation and public intervention. In April 2021, Cluley opened Cluley Projects – a satellite location in West Dallas acting as an incubator space focusing on regional artists and providing a platform for discovery and mentorship.

All of the works in the show are for sale. To learn more about the artists, pricing and availability, click here.

Calico Quilt Square #1, 2023

Calico Quilt Square #3, 2023

Calico Quilt Square #5, 2023

Rose and Dagger

Valentine for Alan

Vibrations, 2022-2023; Neon Memory, 2023; Nosegay, 2023

Vindication #7 - #12, 2023

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Sarah Watson

Restaurant Manager

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CORE: NYC

CORE: is a global community of relentlessly curious, unlike-minded individuals who defy definitions and approach life as a journey of discovery. While CORE: Milano and San Fransico are underway, CORE: New York welcomes you to its stunning new location at 711 5th Avenue, featuring luxury suites, state-of-the-art wellness facility with a customized focus on health optimization and longevity, advanced equipment, innovative programming and body care, our Theater and Gallery, two of the spaces CORE: dedicates to hosting an extensive calendar of cultural programming discussions, and three different dining experiences: a speakeasy called Leo’s; and Culinary Lab featuring guest chefs from around the world; plus our destination restaurant 555, which is surrounded by 6,000 square feet of terrace spaces with views of Central Park.

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PaperCity Magazine

April 2023

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Aero

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Patron Magazine

April-May 2023

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California Dreaming

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION & ARTISTS
We have partnered with the esteemed global auction house, Sotheby’s, to present an exhibition of works created in the studios of Mixografia, a Los Angeles based print publisher. The selection comprises editions produced in the past 20 years by well-known pioneering artists from the Pop-Art and Conceptual art movements such as John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha and Alex Israel, amongst others; each work representing the artist’s recognizable visual language within the context of Mixografia’s unique three-dimensional print making processes. For each of the artists in the show, print making is an integral part of their artistic output, an essential way to explore alternate media and push the boundaries of artistic expression.

For decades, Mixografia has distinguished itself as the publisher of complex works redefining the boundaries of the printmaking medium. Originally established in 1968 as Taller de Gráphica in Mexico City by Luis Remba, and based in California since the 1980s. The publisher attracts artists from all over the world, setting new standards in graphic arts, owing to their liberation from the strictly two-dimensional process of works on paper. Mixografia has exhibited in museum shows internationally and their publications hold prominent positions in the printmaking careers of important contemporary artists such as Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari and Tom Wesselmann. Sotheby’s is proud to partner with Mixografia, offering access to its prints directly from the publisher.

This diverse show includes works by six acclaimed artists: 
 - John Baldessari (1931-2020) 
- Dario Escobar (B. 1971) 
 - Alex Israel (B. 1982) 
 - Ed Ruscha (b. 1937) 
 - Donald Sultan (B. 1971) 
 - Tom Wesselman (1931-2004)

All of the works in the show are for sale. To learn more about the artists, pricing and availability, click here.

ALEX ISRAEL Desperado

ALEX ISRAEL
Desperado

DARIO ESCOBAR Untitled

DARIO ESCOBAR
Untitled

DONALD SULTAN Japanese Pines

DONALD SULTAN
Japanese Pines

ED RUSCHA Petro Plots: Hollywood/ Vine

ED RUSCHA
Petro Plots: Hollywood/ Vine

ED RUSCHA Petro Plots: Laurel Canyon/ Ventura Boulevard

ED RUSCHA
Petro Plots: Laurel Canyon/ Ventura Boulevard

ED RUSCHA Petro Plots: Pacific Coast Highway/ Sunset Boulevard

ED RUSCHA
Petro Plots: Pacific Coast Highway/ Sunset Boulevard

ED RUSCHA Petro Plots: Pico/ Sepulveda

ED RUSCHA
Petro Plots: Pico/ Sepulveda

JOHN BALDESSARI BLAH

JOHN BALDESSARI
BLAH

JOHN BALDESSARI Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Purple

JOHN BALDESSARI
Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Purple

JOHN BALDESSARI Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Purple

JOHN BALDESSARI
Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Purple

JOHN BALDESSARI Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Red

JOHN BALDESSARI
Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Red

JOHN BALDESSARI Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Yellow

JOHN BALDESSARI
Eight Colorful Inside Jobs: Yellow

JOHN BALDESSARI Stonehenge (With Two Persons) Violet

JOHN BALDESSARI
Stonehenge (With Two Persons) Violet

TOM WESSELMANN Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips

TOM WESSELMANN
Sunset Nude with Yellow Tulips

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Clio

An evolved and elevated private members’ club for a generation of members grounded in purpose and seeking quality, connection and inspiration. A unique gathering place for a diverse community of bright minds and inspiring leaders who share a passion for the pursuit of excellence and recognize the importance of connecting with like-minded individuals.

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PLEASE SIGN IN ALL GUESTS by Nick Mele

ABOUT THE ARTIST...
Referred to as "a modern day Slim Aarons" by Town & Country and Veranda Magazine, Mele has had his photographs featured in a myriad of online and print publications including The New York Times, The Financial Times, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Vogue and Vanity Fair. His commercial clients include brands such as Ralph Lauren, Sam Edelman, J.McLaughlin and Lilly Pulitzer, as well as several high end hotels and interior designers. Mele's first book, A Newport Summer, was published in May 2022 by Vendome Press. His second book, Palm Beach Living, is due out in February 2023.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION... 
Nick Mele presents his first collection of limited edition fine art prints. The photo series, titled PLEASE SIGN IN ALL GUESTS, is a flamboyant ode to classic Palm Beach. Primarily a lifestyle, fashion and interior design photographer, Mele is best known for his whimsical take on luxury and elegance. This new series of photographs marks a shift to a new style of decadent storytelling. Mele's irreverent take on timeless, all-American glamour is immediately recognizable, but in this series, he moves past the magazine pages, spinning tales of surreal characters in dreamlike domestic spaces. Documenting a lifestyle at once familiar yet fantastic, Mele's imagery feels like a fanciful peek into the rarefied spaces of Palm Beach society. As viewers, we are offered a glimpse into improbably beautiful spaces that are normally inaccessible to the public eye. 

In this series of large-scale archival photographs, some of Palm Beach's most storied locales are brought to life through Mele's wit and theatricality. Mele's dramatic use of bold color and composition highlight the Colony Hotel's glamorous and luxurious interiors, while Duck's Nest, the historic home of founding Palm Beach homesteaders, becomes the elegant backdrop for serene scenes of domestic life. Through these backdrops and more, we are momentarily free to daydream of another world, in cotton-candy pinks and sky blues, that exists just behind the wrought iron gates.

To view all of Nick's work & pricing, please click here. For any art related inquires or if you are

interested in purchasing, please contact kristen.schonwald@gmail.com.

Backgammon 1 (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Bunny Ears (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Chiboiserie (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Do Not Disturb (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Dog Bar (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Dog Walker (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Hotel Guest (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

I Love Capitalism (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Lobstering (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Naptime (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Poker (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Poolside 1 (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

Poolside 2 (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

S'Mores (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

The Nest (2022)

Archival inkjet print on Baryta paper

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Jonathan Colondres

Executive Sous Chef

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Ding Ding Group Boxing

Park House Members can purchase $20/classes versus the standard $32/classes. To take advantage of this perk, please follow the below instructions:

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“EVE OF DESTRUCTION” BY JEN RAY

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Jen Ray creates paintings, performances, and sound works celebrating female self-determination. Drawing inspiration and symbolism from a wide range of socio-political and cultural references, Jen Ray challenges static or reverential perceptions of feminism and encourages ongoing discussions about gender, intersectionality, and identity. The presentation Eve of Destruction features works of art that hint at the real perils women face every day... in many of the works, female figures are glamorously dressed in battle gear, and a flower encrusted porcelain axe hangs on the wall within easy reach of the warriors. Although the works are presented as fantasy, they symbolize real-world events and pressures. The exhibition continues the artist's interest and exploration of the cycles of destruction and re-invention on both a grand scale and on the personal side.


ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jen Ray (b. 1970, American) has spent the last several years living and working in Berlin, where she is represented by Wentrup gallery. Rayʼs work has been exhibited widely throughout Germany, including shows at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Kunstverein Kassel, and KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin. Jen Rays drawings are militantly detailed filigrees of judicious line and color; the artist's hand enunciates sparring Amazonian women, who inhabit decaying, semi-surrealist and strangely beautiful wastelands. In addition to her works on paper, Ray orchestrates lavish and provocative performances in which the female protagonists of her drawings come to life.


ABOUT THE GALLERY
SOCO Gallery is a contemporary art space and bookshop based in Charlotte, North Carolina. The gallery provides a thoughtful platform for contemporary art to be experienced, discussed, and acquired. SOCO Gallery produces a range of exhibitions, and represents artists working locally, nationally, and internationally. The gallery specializes in assisting private collectors, institutions, and corporations to build their collections with museum-quality artworks from emerging to established artists.

To view the art details & pricing, click here.

Be Mine, 2021

12 x 12 inches
mixed media

Kick, 2022

36 x 36 inches
mixed media

Leave Us Alone, 2022

24 x 18 inches
ink and watercolor on paper

My War (black axe), 2015

Power, 2022

36 x 36 inches
mixed media

Send Help, 2022

24 x 18 inches
ink and watercolor on paper

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
mixed media

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
watercolor and ink on handmade paper

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
watercolor and ink on handmade paper

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
watercolor & ink on handmade paper

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches 
mixed media

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
mixed media

Untitled, 2018

12 x 12 inches
mixed media

Untitled, 2019

12 x 12 inches
mixed media on handmade paper

Untitled, 2019

29 x 7.25 x 5 inches
black porcelain

Untitled, 2019

12 x 12 inches
mixed media on handmade paper

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The Aster

The Aster is a purpose-driven social club inspired by the music, art & entertainment communities that built the grit & glory of Hollywood. With vibrant, eclectic decor, and unique experiences around every corner, the spacious 95,000 sq. foot club sets out to embrace the diversity of interests and people in the local community. Members get unlimited access to the club’s many amenities—including the Sound Studio, Cabaret, Cinema, Salon, Gym & Wellness Suite, Work Studios & Conference Rooms, three restaurants, five bars, and a brimming calendar of cultural programming. With a distinct focus on programming, arts, and social impact, The Aster brings members closer to local culture, inspires curiosity, and offers an oasis to socialize, work, dine and unwind, amidst the surrounding urban city sprawl.


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Mello House

Housed discretely within the historic State Buildings in Perth CBD, Mello House is a meeting place for the engaged and curious. A place where boundaries between individuals, origins and cultural backgrounds dissolve and come together to share ideas, thought and experiences.

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Dr. Barbara Sturm

Park House Members are invited to join Sturm Privé — an invitation-only program at Dr. Barbara Sturm (@drbarbarasturm), reserved for loyal clients and close friends. To view the perk, please click the button below.

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Hexton Gallery: Right Place by Marcos Acosta

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Marcos Acosta has been exploring the traditional genre of landscape painting for 20 years. As a native of Córdoba, Argentina, he absorbs and digests the visual aspects of his territory with an exquisite level of detail, questioning the relationship between men and nature through his irreverent geometries. This recent collection of paintings follows on the heals of his last institutional exhibition Outside the Wind, Inside The World  and addresses the universal connection that lies beneath everything that is.

Acosta explores the notion that, at a subatomic level, humans are made of the same elements as everything around us. As such, the artist finds himself in the natural elements that he portrays and offers us an opportunity to do the same. These works propose an integration with nature, not a separation from it, and in so doing erases the tension between culture and nature. The places he depicts in his works are outside of any specific physical space and instead formed by an echo or a dream, further uniting us and the landscape. The Right Place is no place and every place, encompassing a common essence that is, at its core, simply light.

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Born in Cordóba, Argentina in 1980, Marcos developed his artistic activity in multiple fields, mainly painting, drawing, engraving and sculpture. He began his studies at the age of 10 and attended different private workshops, alternating with stages of self-taught production until the age of 16. In 1998, he began his studies at the Faculty of Arts of the National University of Cordóba, Argentina, from which he graduated with a BA in Painting. Between 1998 and 2000, he attended the workshop of master artist Carlos Peiteado, with whom he further perfected his drawing, painting and composition. Since 2001, Acosta has had over 35 solo exhibitions, more than 115 collective exhibitions and has received several awards and honors in Argentina. Acosta’s work is represented in many private collections and public art institutions around the world.

ABOUT HEXTON
Hexton Gallery was founded by Bob Chase in 1995 and expanded upon the Chase family’s long-standing role in gallery development, artist representation, and extensive work in 20th century master prints and figurative sculpture. The gallery originated at 78th and Madison on New York’s Upper East Side, and relocated to Chicago several years later. The gallery’s archive, art production, and marketing teams reside in Chicago, while the main gallery now operates at its Cooper Avenue location in Aspen, Colorado. Hexton has produced over two hundred exhibitions internationally in the last twenty-five years, both solo and in collaboration with other gallery partners. The gallery continues to participate extensively in domestic and international art fairs in support of its mid-career and established artists.


To learn more or inquire about purchasing one of the artsworks, please click here.

After the Storm lll, 2022

oil on canvas
59 x 80 in
150 x 197.6 cm
(MA 086)

Blue Night lll, 2022

oil on canvas
51 1/4 x 37 1/4 in
130.2 x 94.8 cm
(MA 084)

Duality lll & Duality IV, 2022

oil on canvas
18 x 21 1/4 inches, each
(MA 109)
dyptich

Great Invader, 2022

oil on canvas
51 x 38 in
129.7 x 96 cm
(MA 081)

Red Thought, 2022

oil on canvas
59 x 78 in
149.8 x 197.4 cm
(MA 079)

Right Place, 2022

oil on canvas
53 x 39
135 x 99.5 cm
(MA 078)

Signal, 2021

oil on canvas
59 x 77 1/2 in
149.8 x 197 cm
(MA 076)

Who Knows What is This, 2022

47 1/2 x 46 in
120.5 x 117 cm
(MA 077)

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Midnight Station Gallery

Park House Members receive 20% off prints & frames. Midnight Station is a Texas-based gallery with a collection of artists, illustrators, painters, and photographers from every corner of the globe. Some are part-time and others are regularly featured in publications, museums.View all available at https://midnightstation.com/.

Please email membership@parkhousedallas.com to request your special Promo Code.

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TWITCH

TAYLOR BARNES 2020
Sewing and charcoal on layered cloth 40 x 29.5 in 

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Elyse Uzee

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Trevor Robson

Director of Food and Beverage

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Eric Saldivar

Service Manager

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Amanda Burgos-Robson

Private Events Manager

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Maddie Abbott

Programming Coordinator

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Pascal Sanchez

Culinary Director

Pascal has over 30 years of combined experience in gastronomic kitchen/restaurant management and day to day operations and likens his kitchen to a well-oiled machine, running smoothly. His skills in gourmet and French cuisine have taken him to many international and domestic locations including France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and in the United States, Las Vegas, Nevada, Orlando and Palm Beach.

Pascal was named “Las Vegas Best Chef of the Year in 2010” and has worked as Executive Chef for some of the most prestigious restaurants in the world like Pierre Gagnaire Paris, Sketch London, and Twist in Las Vegas which were recipients of 3 Michelin Stars and 5 Forbes Stars.

Chef Sanchez was also the owner of “Restaurant Mia” in Montpellier France and was personally awarded a 1 Michelin Star in 2015. Pascal has spent 14 years of his career working as Executive Chef and Chef de Cuisine for 3 Michelin Star Chef Pierre Gagnaire at three of his restaurants.

Opening restaurants, Executive Chef, Owner and Co-Owner, managing private events along with three fine dining restaurants - all "hats" that Chef Pascal Sanchez has worn. Prior to joining Park House, Pascal worked as the Executive Chef of the French restaurant La Goulue in Palm Beach Florida.

Chef Sanchez' passion is to put the best product forward in a short and dynamic menu that continues to evolve up to arrivals. He considers his menu to be written on a blank page with the aim to showcase the terroir and local producers.

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Hexton Gallery: From Behind the Glass by American Michael De Feo

Exhibition Overview

ABOUT THE ARTIST
New York City based artist, Michael De Feo has been painting flowers around the world since the early 1990’s. Rooted at the forefront of the street art movement in New York, he earned the moniker “The Flower Guy”. Continuously exploring the alluring beauty of the natural world, Michael created a series of flower-inspired paintings symbolizing beauty, ephemerality, ritualistic expression, and the cycle of life. Beginning in 2015, he used a master key to access the ad spaces in city bus-stops, inserting his paintings in place of the original branded campaigns, combining the intimacy of these bouquets with an outdoor projection. As the removed advertisements piled up in his studio, he began painting over them, and then reinstalled them back into the vitrines on the streets. This body of work merges fashion takeovers with guerrilla art by both subverting and celebrating the underlying images. With the excitement that came out of combining the fashion world with floral treatments, an ongoing series of magazine page interventions came to life. This exhibition encompasses works from these different moments in his career, visualizing his trajectory. His studio work incorporates a wide range of influences, from Dutch 17th century still life painting to fashion magazines and fashion advertising campaigns. He often adds his floral treatments and cascades of multicolored petals to existing printed images from the fashion world and art history/traditional art, which both subverts and celebrates the underlying image. Michael was asked to paint his signature flowers on the Neiman Marcus covers. In an interesting connection to Dallas, Michael did a collaboration with the Neiman Marcus catalog “The Book” back in 2016. These covers were part of a series of NM catalogs that year that won a Clio Award. 

The 11 Works in the show are all for sale through Hexton Gallery. To view all artwork and pricing, click here.

Learn more about Michael De Feo: https://hextongallery.com/de-feo

ABOUT THE GALLERY
Hexton Gallery was founded by Robert Chase in 1995 and expanded upon the Chase family’s long-standing role in gallery development, artist representation, and extensive work in 20th century master prints and figurative sculpture. The gallery originated at 78th and Madison on New York’s Upper East Side, and relocated to Chicago several years later. The gallery’s archive, art production, and marketing teams reside in Chicago, while the main gallery now operates at its Cooper Avenue location in Aspen, Colorado. Hexton has produced over two hundred exhibitions internationally in the last twenty-five years, both solo and in collaboration with other gallery partners. Hexton also develops and supports institutional exhibitions for its artists, having recently provided sponsorship for Eric Fischl’s If Art Could Talk at the Dallas Contemporary, Carlos Rolon’s Inside Out at the New Orleans Museum of Art, and Scott Avett’s Invisible at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The gallery continues to participate extensively in domestic and international art fairs in support of its mid-career and established artists.

Untitled (Courtney Love by Laura Bailey for Violet, No. 15, Spring/Summer 2021), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on magazine page
11 1/4 x 8 3/4 in
28.6 x 21.9 cm
(MDF 104)

Untitled (Elsa Hosk by David Roemer for Schutz, 2020), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on NYC outdoor street advertisement
72 x 48 in
182.9 x 121.9 cm
(MDF 102)

Untitled (Kacey Musgraves by Cass Bird for cover of ELLE, June/July, 2021), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on magazine cover
10 3/4 x 8 in
27.3 x 20.3 cm
(MDF 101)

Untitled (Keira Knightley by Mario Testino for Coco Mademoiselle, 2020), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on magazine cover
11 1/4 x 8 3/4 in
28.6 x 21.9 cm
(MDF 103)

Untitled (Keira Knightley for Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, 2021)

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on French bus-stop shelter advertisement
68 1/2 x 46 1/2 in
174 x 118.1 cm
(MDF 106)

Untitled (Natalie Portman by David Bellemere for Miss Dior, 2017), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on French bus-stop shelter advertisement
68 3/4 x 46 3/4 in
174.6 x 118.7 cm
(MDF 107)

Untitled (Natalie Portman for Miss Dior), 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on French bus-stop shelter advertisement
68 1/2 x 46 1/2 in
174 x 118.1 cm

Untitled (Selena Gomez by Bruce Weber for cover of Vouge Brasil, June, 2016), 2016

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on magazine cover
10 3/4 x 8 1/4 in
27.3 x 20.7 cm
(MDF 069)

Untitled, 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on (Lenox 100)
68 1/2 x 46 1/2 in
174 x 118.1 cm
(MDF 108)

Untitled, 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on paper (Lenox 100)
30 x 22 in
76.2 x 55.9 cm
(MDF 100)

Untitled, 2021

Michael De Feo
Acrylic on paper (Rives BFK)
30 x 22 in
76.2 x 55.9 cm
(MDF 105)

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