Robert Bordo at Soloway

POSTED ON: January 9, 2012

Robert Bordo, "Rear-view", 24x36", oil on canvas

Robert Bordo, "Rear-view", 24x36", oil on canvas

School of Art Faculty member Robert Bordo is currently featured in a group exhibition at Soloway in Brooklyn:

The Best of 2012
January 8 - February 5, 2012

Featuring work by:

Robert Bordo
James Brittingham
Jude Broughan
Pilar Conde
Rochelle Feinstein
Jaya Howey
Chris Martin
Amy Sillman
Jessie Stead
Steel Stillman

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