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About the Artwork:

“Ground Zero” was one of the works featured in the display windows of The Art Students League of New York, from March 5th through April 4th, 2002. The painting reflects on the memory of the World Trade Center and the aftermath that followed with corporate corruption and American Politics. “Ground Zero” was exhibited again on September 11, 2014, at The Art Students League of New York’s Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery as part of the Instructors’ Show.

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