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Founded by Aaron Rose in the 1990s, New York's Alleged Gallery played the role of willing accomplice for some of the most vibrant American art to come along in decades. By exhibiting then emerging talents such as Mark Gonzales, Chris Johanson, Rita Ackermann, Harmony Korine, Mike Mills, Shepard Fairey, Ed Templeton, and Terry Richardson, the gallery served as an unofficial creative headquarters for some of popular culture's most recognized figures. This art book includes photos and anecdotes about the gallery and Rose’s early career.
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Young, Sleek, and Full of Hell: Ten Years of New York’s Alleged Gallery. Paperback. 288 pages.
W 6.50” H 9.50”
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