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Tony Curanaj – Art Basel Miami Beach 2010

One of our favorite still life painters, Tony Curanaj, will be debuting several new pieces at Joshua Liner's booth (#E18) at this year's Scope art fair. Liner will be showcasing only three artists this year, Curanaj as well as one of our favorite mixed media assemblage artists, Kris Kuksi and also abstract figurative painter Ian Francis. Curanaj was nice enough to send us a quick peek at the works that will be on display next weekend at the Art Basel: Miami Beach satellite fair. View two additional works, "Salute" and "Illidium" after the jump.

“Yorick the Jester”

oil on panel, 2010

16×14 inches

One of our favorite still life painters, Tony Curanaj, will be debuting several new pieces at Joshua Liner‘s booth (#E18) at this year’s Scope art fair. Liner will be showcasing only three artists this year, Curanaj as well as one of our favorite mixed media assemblage artists, Kris Kuksi and also abstract figurative painter Ian Francis. Curanaj was nice enough to send us a quick peek at the works that will be on display next weekend at the Art Basel: Miami Beach satellite fair. View two additional works, “Salute” and “Illudium” below.

“Salute”

oil on panel, 2008

 7.25 x 5.25 inches

Illudium PU-36 Explosive Space Modulator”

oil on canvas, 2010

 19×14 inches
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