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Art | May 6, 2007 |

MODERN URBAN-EXPRESSIONISM
The Art of Marcus Antonius Jansen

 

Contact:Michaela Jansen, 239-369-0846

His book Modern Urban-Expressionism is available online:
www.marcusjansen.com or contact info@marcusjansen.com
 

 

 

Taiwan Biennal Finalist

Marcus Antonius Jansen’s work (Urban Times) was selected a finalist at the recent 12th International Biennial in Taiwan.

Out of artist’s from 74 countries that submitted 2,503 works total and 1,351 works in the Print category, the New York native and recently awarded Who’s Who in American Art candidate was one of only eight American artist’s in his category to be selected for this prestigious Biennial. The exhibition traveled to various locations in Taiwan,including the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art,Taiwan and the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts.

Among the international Judges was David Kiel, Director of the Print Department at Whitney Museum of Art.

This work is now available from online and comes with one complimentary Jansen book for limited time: www.marcusjansen.com

Marcus Antonius Jansen Gallery
t: 239.369.0846
www.marcusjansen.com
info@marcusjansen.com
 

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