Opening Reception: Doug Argue & Paulo Laport Featured in Driscoll Babcock Group Exhibition

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Doug Argue + Paulo Laport
Featured in Driscoll Babcock’s Group Exhibition

Opening reception
July 11, 2013 6-8 PM
525 W. 25th Street, New York


Doug Argue, Randomly Placed Exact Percentages, 2009-2010, Oil on canvas, 112 x 160 in.

Edelman Arts is pleased to announce that Doug Argue and Paulo Laport will be included in Driscoll Babcock’s group exhibition CONTAINED CONFLICT, on view July 11 – August 10, 2013.

CONTAINED CONFLICT features artists from diverse backgrounds whose work invokes our instinctual and universal desire for resolution, to overcome pitfalls and seek harmony within the chaotic. The show also includes works by Harriet Bart, Bahar Behbahani, Wafaa Bilal, Margaret Bowland, Marylyn Dintenfass, Pieter Hugo, Robert Longo, Jenny Morgan, Patricia Piccinini, and Varda Yatom.

For additional information and images of works by Doug Argue and Paulo Laport, please contact Eden Cayen ecayen.



Paulo Laport, SPINO, 2011, Oil on canvas, 35 x 23 in.

Edelman Arts’ current exhibition of recent works by Brazilian painter Paulo Laport is entering its final week as we prepare for our midsummer group exhibition.

Paulo Laport’s work has been hailed as the leading expression of contemporary art emerging from Brazil. Twenty-five of his exquisite works are on view at Edelman Arts through July 13th.

We welcome you to see the artist’s debut solo exhibition in the United States before it comes to a close. The gallery is open Monday through Saturday, 10 AM – 6 PM.
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