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New Works by Mark Ryden

With Art Basel: Miami Beach right around the corner, we've decided to take a quick second to preview the two new works by Mark Ryden that will be on display at this years fair. Last year, Michael Kohn Gallery featured a nice showcase of Ryden's work alongside Camille Rose Garcia (seen here) and their inclusion of the new Ryden masterpiece, "Main Street USA" will undoubtedly be a highlight for this year's fair-goers. Get a larger look after the jump, as well as a peek at Ryden's second work, "Pinxit Jajo" which will be on display at Paul Kasmin Gallery's booth.

“Main Street USA”

With Art Basel: Miami Beach right around the corner, we’ve decided to take a quick second to preview the two new works by Mark Ryden that will be on display at this years fair. Last year, Michael Kohn Gallery featured a nice showcase of Ryden’s work alongside Camille Rose Garcia (seen here) and their inclusion of the new Ryden masterpiece, “Main Street USA” will undoubtedly be a highlight for this year’s fair-goers. Get a look above, as well as a peek at Ryden’s second work, “Pinxit Jajo” (below) which will be on display at Paul Kasmin Gallery‘s booth.

“Pinxit Jajo”

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