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Gallery International represents leading contemporary artists of international scope and recognition from around the globe. Featured artists include Ou Yang De Biao, Clarina Bezzola, Chuck Close, Alex Frances, Jordi Fulla, Pedro Morales, Catya Plate, Marc Quintana, Zsolt Gyarmati, Mikhail Gubin, and Arturo Mallmann. The upcoming exhibition (in February 2004) features four Russian artists: Mikhail Gubin, Aleksandr Razin, Isaak Feldman, Anna Demovidova.

Location: 523 N. Charles Street, Baltimore Maryland 21201 Telephone 410-230-0561

Other Art nearby:
(Washington) Aaron Gallery
(Washington) Adams Davidson Galleries
(Washington) Affrica Gallery
(Washington) Alex Gallery
(Baltimore) American Visionary Art Museum
(Annapolis) Annapolis Symphony Orchestra

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