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EXPO Chicago 2013, Festival Hall, Navy Pier. International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, September 19-22, 2013. (17 Photos).

Festival Hall, Navy Pier, Expo Chicago/2013.

Robert Natkin (American, 1930-2010), Untitled, 1957, McCormick Gallery Chicago & Vallarino Fine Art New York.

Hung Liu (American, Chinese b.1948), Da Fa Che II, 2013, mixed media, 82 x 82 in., Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NY.

Bruce Dorow, Black Shape Space, oil on canvas, 2012-2013. R.S. Johnson Fine Art, Chicago.

Aimé Mpane (Congo, born 1968), IC Cont Series, 2011-2013, acrylic and mixed media on wood panel, 12.5 x 12 x 2 in., Haines Gallery, San Francisco.

Patrick Strzelec, American sculptor. Garth Greenan Gallery, Chicago.

Jacob Lawrence (American, 1917-2000), The Lovers, gouache on paper, 21.5 x 30 in., signed & dated lower right. Jonathan Boos, LLC, New York.

Jonathan Boos, LLC, New York.

Haines Gallery, San Francisco.

William T. Kennedy, Warhol Holding Marilyn Acetate 1, executed 1964, 2010.

This was made when Warhol wasn’t yet famous but at the center in a shift in the culture of the art world.

Larry Rivers (American, 1923-2002), Small Drugstore, 13.5.x.15.25 inches, oil on canvas mounted on board, 1959.

Techniques of color-field painting, gestural abstraction, and calligraphy come together in a picture that is objective and abstract.

Die Galerie, Frankfurt am Main.

Die Galerie, Frankfurt am Main.

Long–Bin Chen (Taiwan, born 1964), Edvard Grieg, 28x29x15 inches.

New York-based Long-Bin Chen transforms paper products into sculpture. Books are constructed so that parts (and often titles relevant to the subject) fit together seamlessly.

Michele Pred, Targeted, 2012, Vintage hat bag, birth control pills, 24x1x6 inches. Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York.

Michele Pred incorporates aspects of contemporary culture and politics in her art. The Berkeley, California, artist uses unconventional materials that serve as cultural artifacts for her conceptual approach.

Elizabeth Catlett (American, 1915-2012), Star Gazer, 1997, black marble, 14.5 x 32 x 11 in., signed. Jonathan Boos LLC.

Catlett is known for depictions of African-American and Latin American working-class women using simple, solid shapes in wood, stone, bronze or clay.

Siebren Versteeg (American, b. 1971), Good Times_1081_2003_05_09, 2012, Algorithmically generated archive inkjet output to paper, tape. 92 x 56 inches, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago.

The New York-based artist was educated at the SAIC and UIC. Mined digital content is presented as painterly abstractions or monitor displays.