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Manhattan Classic Car Club WELCOME

Anagnorisis’ exhibit, ‘Art of the Automobile’, curated by Samantha Levin of Anagnorisis Fine Arts upon the request of illustrator and artist extraordinaire, Fred Harper, was a huge success with over 100 guests in attendance. Surrounded by some of the most amazing cars ever made was this wonderful exhibit of artwork inspired by the enigma of the automobile.

The Classic Car Club is a world famous private club that gives its members the keys to a fleet of the most amazing cars ever built, from Ferraris and Aston Martins to American muscle and modern racers. Membership is as rare as it is privileged.

Images from the exhibit can be viewed here. Photos by Steve Prue.

ARTISTS AND WORK

Fred Harper, Molly Crabapple, Christopher Conte, Steve Ellis, Bernardo Corman, Robert Craig, Craig LaRotonda, Chris Savido and Jason D’Aquino

Work is still available for purchase. Information on the artists as well as a gallery of images can be found via links below. Please direct any questions about the artwork to Samantha Levin by phone (646.712.2820) or email (art@artanagnorisis.com).

Fred Harper
Fred Harper
Christopher Conte
Christopher Conte
Molly Crabapple
Molly Crabapple
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Jason D’Aquino
Steve David Ellis
Steve David Ellis
Robert Craig
Bob Craig
Craig LaRotonda
Craig LaRotonda
Chris Savido
Chris Savido
Bernardo Corman
Bernardo Corman
Artist Group Shot
Chris Savido, Jason D’Aquino, Fred Harper, Robert Craig, Bernardo Corman, Steve Ellis, Christopher Conte, Molly Crabapple, Samantha Levin, Danielle Ezzo
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