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Ana Fabry  1963, AR

Rank (2014): 52511 – 

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Female



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USA 3
China 2




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Carolina Sardi  30450 2
Zeng Chenggang  41826 2




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  Pan American Art Projects - Miami, USA 2
  Beijing International Art Biennale, China 2



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1963 Born in San Francisco, Cordoba (AR)

Lives and works in Santa Fe (AR)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 5  Please report missing Information



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2011
   Leon Ferrari And Argentine Collective - Pan American Art Projects - Miami, Miami, FL

2010
   4th Beijing International Art Biennale - Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing
   Don't Call Me Pretty: Women in Art - Pan American Art Projects - Miami, Miami, FL

2005
   The Second Beijing International Art Biennale 2005 - Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing

2002
   Painted Worlds: Argentina - North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, ND

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 Dealer Directory  3

Argentina

 Praxis International Art - Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

USA

 Praxis International Art - Miami, Miami, FL
 Praxis International Art - New York, New York City, NY

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USA

 Molaa Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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