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Summer Group Show at Galerie L.J.

Ah, summer has officially arrived and with it the official start of the gallery summer season. While here in San Francisco it's only slightly less balmy than usual in other parts of the world we can only imagine the singing birds and sweltering heat. Hopefully in France the weather is a tad bit better, and for those looking to escape the Parisian heat, be sure to check out the summer group show now on view at Galerie L.J. New works by Allyson Melberg (who we featured here) and Richard Colman (who's studio we visited here) are of particular note to us, check out the install views and images of select works after the jump.

Ah, summer has officially arrived and with it the official start of the gallery summer season. While here in San Francisco it’s only slightly less balmy than usual in other parts of the world we can only imagine the singing birds and sweltering heat. Hopefully in France the weather is a tad bit better, and for those looking to escape the Parisian heat, be sure to check out the summer group show now on view at Galerie L.J. New works by Allyson Melberg (who we featured here) and Richard Colman (who’s studio we visited here) are of particular note to us, check out the install views and images of select works after the jump.

Allyson Mellburg

Anne Geoffroy

Quentin Garel

Richard Colman

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