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Mark Gonzales & Ari Marcopoulos Exhibition

Franklin Parrasch Gallery, in alliance with HoBO Magazine recently presented a collaborative

Franklin Parrasch Gallery, in alliance with HoBO Magazine recently presented a collaborative project between artist Mark Gonzales and photographer Ari Marcopoulos. The exhibition includes Marcopolous’s adventurous photographs of model Diana Dondoe and Mark Gonzales. Post-production Gonzales has drawn and etched upon the surfaces of these photographs. The twelfth issue of HoBO magazine will feature these collaborative photographs and an interview with Gonzales by Glenn O’Brien. The proceeds of works sold from this exhibition will be given to a cancer research foundation. For those in town, the show is now open to the public, running through June 26th, 2010.

Franklin Parrasch Gallery [MAP]
20 W 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
212.246.5360

Source: Purple Diary

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