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“24/7” at Lyons Wier

Next Thursday night (June 16th) will see the dual opening of "24/7" at both the 24th and 7th st. locations of Lyons Wier Gallery in New York City. Featuring an extensive survey of the gallery's roster, the group show should be of special interest to Hi-Fructose readers as our most recent cover artist Martin Wittfooth will have works on display, alongside othet HF favorites such as David Lyle and Jason Yarmosky. The gallery was kind enough to send over images from all three artists, so get an early sneak peek at the show before it opens, after the jump.

Jason Yarmosky

Next Thursday night (June 16th) will see the dual opening of “24/7” at both the 24th and 7th st. locations of Lyons Wier Gallery in New York City. Featuring an extensive survey of the gallery’s roster, the group show should be of special interest to Hi-Fructose readers as our most recent cover artist Martin Wittfooth will have works on display, alongside othet HF favorites such as David Lyle and Jason Yarmosky. The gallery was kind enough to send over images from all three artists, so get an early sneak peek at the show before it opens, after the jump.

David Lyle

Martin Wittfooth

Jason Yarmosky

Martin Wittfooth

David Lyle

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