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Alex Snukal, John Marriott, Julie Voyce, Peter Gazendam, Sally McKay, and Ben Smith Lea
Art Metropole
9 × 5.8 cm

Petite and delicate envelope with six “business” cards that were commissioned by Art Metropole to be distributed at the Toronto International Art Fair as a way to gain alternative representation. Artists who designed indivdual cards are Alex Snukal, John Marriot, Julie Voyce, Peter Gazendam, Sally McKay and Ben Smith Lea.

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