Exhibiting for the first time at AIPAD, this Brooklyn gallery will present the work of eleven artists, including bizarre images from Antony Crossfield, formal full-length portraits by Jim Naughten and more tightly framed ones by Max de Esteban, nature shots by John Blakemore and Helen Sear, as well as landscapes by Simon Roberts and Brad Moore.
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