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Crazy Big Art Show



Courtesy of the Crazy Big Art show

Lovers of pop art listen up — a contemporary exhibit of sizable proportions has come to Marin. MINE Gallery’s Crazy Big Art Show features bright, colorful works that will amuse you, make you laugh and inspire your sense of whimsy, if nothing else.

Enjoy original lithographs by Pablo Picasso, Claes Oldenburg, George Braques, Robert Indiana, Tom Wesselman and more. Also available will be collectible lithographs by Henri Matisse, and Bay Area contemporary artists Jeff Hvid, Camille Esposito, Sherry Petrini and more.

The Crazy Big Art Show is occurring in partnership with AFAI, a premium art brokerage, allowing shoppers to snatch up pieces at surprisingly reasonable prices.


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