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  • [Point of View] by: admin

    November 23, 2009, 22:14

    Our contributors Edi Rogers, Melissa Wyman, Dagmar Glausnitzer and Claudiu Presecan present their every Tuesday in articles that present the contemporary art from their unique perspectives as international artists. 2009/11/24 - - The Price of…

  • [Gallery] by: admin

    November 1, 2009, 17:44

    Checkout is your starting point to browse the gallery pages of our featured artists.  We have invited these Artists to choose the pieces that represent their body of work. We have asked them to finish a sentence : "Art is important because…

    • [Thomas Kneubühler] by: admin

      November 15, 2009, 19:12

      Welcome to Thomas Kneubühler's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Angela Leach] by: admin

      November 15, 2009, 19:13

      Welcome to Angela Leach's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Laurent Perbos] by: jmavridis

      November 15, 2009, 19:13

      Welcome to Laurent Perbos' Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Erik Nieminen] by: admin

      November 15, 2009, 19:14

      Welcome to Erik Nieminen's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [William Mackrell] by: admin

      November 15, 2009, 19:14

      Welcome to William Mackrell's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Ed Saye] by: admin

      November 19, 2009, 07:44

      Welcome to Ed Saye’s Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this page. Ed…

    • [Benjamin Anderson] by: admin

      November 19, 2009, 20:12

      Welcome to Benjamin Anderson's Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Eva Bauer] by: admin

      November 20, 2009, 08:23

      Welcome to Eva Bauer’s Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Milena Novotny] by: admin

      November 25, 2009, 21:05

      Welcome to Milena Novotny's Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Edi Rogers] by: admin

      November 25, 2009, 23:19

      Welcome to Edi Rogers' Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this page. Ed…

    • [Rossana Borzelli] by: admin

      November 25, 2009, 23:40

      Welcome to Rossana Borzelli's Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Bärbel Rothhaar] by: admin

      December 1, 2009, 22:05

      Welcome to Bärbel Rothhaar’ Gallery on Checkout.ca – go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Karine Giboulo] by: jmavridis

      December 13, 2009, 18:43

      Welcome to Karine Giboulo's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…

    • [Dan Bergman] by: admin

      January 18, 2010, 20:02

      Welcome to Dan Bergmnan's Gallery on Checkout.ca - go through the gallery using the arrow keys; or  look below for the other works in the gallery by clicking on the "Thumbnails" button. The Artist’s web site is listed as a link on this…


Artists

  • Artists  (54)
    • Orly Maiberg at the Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art: 10.06.10-16.07.10 by: Athena Paradissis

      June 1, 2010, 21:06

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    • Interview with Anthony Koutras by: admin

      April 17, 2010, 12:19

      Entitled "Explication", you can view Toronto-based artist Anthony Koutras' latest work at the Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto.  The exhibition runs from  April 15 - April 24. Q.: What is wrong with a "passive encounter with the everyday"? …

    • Jeffrey Spalding on David Bolduc (1945-2010) by: admin

      April 10, 2010, 12:39

      This is something I got from Jeffrey Spalding who is one of Canada's leading artists, educators and art museum professionals.  As usual, his observations and insightful and informative.  Thank you Jeffrey. David Bolduc (1945-2010) was our…

    • Jonathan Forrest on His Art & Exhibition (Newzones, Calgary: March 13 - April 17) by: admin

      March 13, 2010, 08:20

      Some thoughts on my studio practice... In the early 1980s, when I was a young art student, I got to know Saskatoon artist Robert Christie whom I owe a large debt of gratitude for his insights and ongoing support. Through him I met…

    • Artist Mariel Carranza - Curated by Kristina Faragher by: Athena Paradissis

      March 10, 2010, 06:17

      Originally from Lima, Perú, Mariel Carranza immigrated to the United States at the age of eighteen.  She received her MFA from UCLA. In 2009, Carranza had an exhibition at the 24-Hour Gallery.   The exhibition was curated by…

    • Ben Portis on Kent Monkman (Calgary's Glenbow Museum: Feb 13 - April 25) by: Athena Paradissis

      March 7, 2010, 20:16

      Land Claims The first time I visited Kent Monkman’s Toronto studio, four or so years ago, I was taken aback by an unexpected sight. At its center was an immense canvas in progress upon which Monkman was painstakingly copying,…

    • Montreal's Nuit Blanche's Art Souterrain by: Athena Paradissis

      February 27, 2010, 13:04

      Nuit Blanche has hit Montreal.  Beginning tonight and ending early tomorrow morning, 4 kilomertres of Montreal's underground city will be turned into a platform for visual, audio, and performing arts. Imitating a French Revolutionary…

    • One Less Lonely Man... Jean-François Bouchard at Galerie [SAS], Montreal  by: jmavridis

      February 20, 2010, 17:20

      My somewhat facetious title for this article (taken from Justin Bieber's tween hit) isn't meant to poke fun at "idollators", but rather an attempt to understand a group that functions outside the  mainstream. Entitled, "Still life", Jean-Françoi…

    • A Look at Contemporary Art Galleries: Galerie Orange by: Athena Paradissis

      February 13, 2010, 10:17

      Located in Old Montreal, Galerie Orange was founded in 2003 as a sister gallery to Galerie Lacerte (Quebec City).  Since then, the gallery has undergone some changes, most notably in June, 2009, when it became independent from Galerie Lacerte and…

    • Joshua Jensen-Nagle on his new series NEW CANADIANA by: Joshua

      February 6, 2010, 16:05

      I moved to Canada a decade ago and new very little about the country except a few fond memories of visiting in my childhood. I came here for University to study and achieve a BFA. That I did, but during my time I also fell in…

    • The Redefined Aesthetic of Levi van Veluw by: Athena Paradissis

      February 5, 2010, 08:26

      The unexpected is perhaps the best way to describe the photography of Dutch artist, Levi van Veluw.  Juxtaposing self-portraiture with landscape, van Veluw's work challenges us to both re-examine the way we look at art and the way we…

    • Seth Pringle on Public Interventions by: Seth Pringle

      February 2, 2010, 07:00

      Seth Pringle was born in rural Ohio in 1981.  He received his BFA in ceramics from Ohio University’s School of Fine Arts in 2004 and his MFA in painting from Claremont Graduate University in 2008.  He is currently serving as Gallery…

    • Interview With Joseph Tisiga by: Athena Paradissis

      January 23, 2010, 17:08

      Joseph Tisiga is a First Nations artist based in Whitehorse.  His art looks at the "conditions of First Nations people and how indigenous communities are adopting to the modern world". Q: Why is there always this underlying implication (or…

    • Interview With Pierre Durette – on the miniature, the not so miniature, and the detail by: Athena Paradissis

      January 16, 2010, 17:21

      Q: Lately, there seems to be a return towards the miniature.  I'm thinking of artists like Do Ho Suh or, closer to home, KarineGiboulo and Jason Walker. Is there something about our society that isleading certain artists in this direction? A: I…

    • Cool Art - The Peace Art Project Cambodia by: Athena Paradissis

      January 14, 2010, 09:17

      In 1998, Cambodia ended a thirty year civil war.  This was followed by a collective effort to gather all the weapons.  In 2003, two Brits, Sasha Constable (an artist) and a small weapons specialist, Neil Wilford, established the Peace Art Project…

    • Mutable Meanings: The Art of Bradley Harms by: Athena Paradissis

      January 9, 2010, 19:54

      I have always had a hard time with pure abstract art, but Bradley Harms’ work has given me another perspective. Entitled New Canadian Fiction, Bradley Harms’ latest exhibition at the Angell Gallery (Toronto) continues his exploration of…

    • Our Home and Native Land - How Ordinary Leads to Great - The Art of Kim Dorland by: Athena Paradissis

      December 12, 2009, 12:07

      In a recent interview, Toronto-based artist Kim Dorland says: "Lots of paint piled up on little wood panels depicting heroic landscapes cover our National Museum walls.  I wanted to find a way to use this regional dialect in my work because its…

    • The Politics of the Polar Bear by: Athena Paradissis

      December 7, 2009, 06:09

      When it comes to global warming, no other image captures the public's sympathy and empathy like the polar bear.  This week's Climate Conference in Copenhagen is no exception.  Mark Coreth's ice sculpture of a life sized male polar bear is a…

    • The De- and Dis- of Everything by: Athena Paradissis

      December 5, 2009, 14:01

        I like art that makes me think.  The art of Jacko Restikian makes me think. In 1917, the Society of Independent Artists in New York City held an exhibition.  Marcel Duchamp entered Fountain (a urinal) - one of his first ready-mades…

    • Checkout[WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      December 4, 2009, 07:08

      What's next is Beirut-born, Montreal-based artist Jacko Restikian's installation-performance work, Made in China.  Also, next is Melissa Wyman's views and explorations of something she calls Fight Therapy.

    • ART FAIRS - THE NEW GLOBAL ART GALLERY by: Athena Paradissis

      December 2, 2009, 07:19

      Increasingly, the trend is that art fairs are the favored venue for buying art.  In London alone there are six major art fairs in which prominent art galleries from around the world exhibit and sell the works of their artists.  For the…

    • Karine Giboulo - The Bubbles we Build by: Athena Paradissis

      November 28, 2009, 12:30

      How important is the title of an artwork?   For some artists, titles signify little more than a means of distinguishing one piece from another - Untitled 1, Untitled 2...  For other artists, titles act as a complement to the work, a sort of…

    • Checkout[WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      November 27, 2009, 06:42

      What's next is the work of Karine Giboulo.  That's her working on her all you can eat series.  Also something to watch out for - our ever growing gallery, plus more Point of View on Tuesday!

    • Checkout [ARTIST] - Jude Norris by: Athena Paradissis

      November 21, 2009, 08:28

      Art should speak for itself and good art does.  So the question is this?  How much more does art say if you know a little bit about the artist?  For artists like Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol, their persona became part of the art.  The same…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      November 20, 2009, 07:21

      Jude Norris is next!  That's her in her studio.  Next week we've got our Point of View coming up on Tuesdays - see what artists have to say about their art, curators about their shows, collectors about their collections, ect....  Also, Checkout…

    • Checkout [ARTIST] - Erik Nieminen by: Athena Paradissis

      November 14, 2009, 12:03

      Whether it is our uncertain relationship with our environment or our uncertain relationship with ourselves and with others, uncertainty, in all its complex manifestations, seems to be a recurring theme in today's art.  This is no surprise. …

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      November 13, 2009, 06:49

      What's next is Montreal-based emerging artist Erik Nieminen.  Coming up next week is - What You Should Expect to Pay for an Emerging Artist ; The Contemporary Art Scene in Africa - continued ; and the Cree-Métis multi-disciplinary artist Jude…

    • Checkout [ARTIST] - Thomas Kneubühler by: Athena Paradissis

      November 7, 2009, 07:59

      Honesty is generally defined as truth, but honesty is based more on trust than it is on truth.  In a world where art is oftentimes created by "phantom" artists (be they writers, sculptors, visual artists...), honesty, and by extension trust,…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] - Thomas Kneubühler by: Athena Paradissis

      November 6, 2009, 05:49

      What's next is the photographer Thomas Kneubühler.  Also coming up next is the issue of Copyright as it relates to your art, contemporary art in South Africa, and a young artist by the name of Erik Nieminen. Our gallery - Art Commons - is…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - PARIS by: Athena Paradissis

      November 4, 2009, 00:24

      One of the challenges facing a lot of young artists is finding representation in a gallery.  This isn't a new challenge, but what has changed is the active role artists have assumed in the marketing of their own work.   While Pop Art may have…

    • Checkout[ART AT HOME] - Thoughts on Art Collecting by: Athena Paradissis

      November 1, 2009, 22:36

      I was at the Toronto International Art Fair last week and asked a number of people why they collect. Above are some of their answers.

    • Checkout [ARTIST] - Anthony Burnham by: Athena Paradissis

      October 31, 2009, 08:53

      I met Anthony Burnham after I saw his work at this year's RBC Painting Competition.  Struck by his work, Fragment (2009), I decided to look him up so we could talk about his art.  I met with him in his studio.  He paints full time now, which…

    • CHECKOUT [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      October 30, 2009, 06:11

      This Saturday's artist is Anthony Burnham.  For those of you wondering, that's a picture of Burnham's studio that you see. What's next are some thoughts on why people collect art.  Also next is the very cool Parisian art group buy-sellf and…

    • Checkout [ARTISTS] Angela Leach by: Athena Paradissis

      October 24, 2009, 10:14

      “Op Art” – this is how Angela Leach’s art is usually described.  Op stems from the word optical, referring to optical illusion.  The illusion in Op Art is movement – look at any Op Art and you’ll swear the canvas is moving.…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      October 22, 2009, 22:56

      What's next is Canadian artist, Angela Leach, who is being exhibited at the Toronto International Art Fair by the J. Cacciola Gallery, New York.   Also coming up next week is the lending gallery at the Art Gallery of Ontario; Art Berlin; and a…

    • Checkout [ARTISTS] - DENIS PELLERIN by: Athena Paradissis

      October 17, 2009, 06:37

      . Denis Pellerin's show, entitled pulsions organiques, could just as well be called Life.  Just the name, organic pulse (loosely translated from the French) suggests the pulse of life, our blood flowing through our veins.  Pellerin's show,…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      October 16, 2009, 05:59

      Art Toronto is what's next - specifically some of the artists that are being exhibited!  One of these artists is Denis Pellerin who is currently exhibiting at Galerie Orange. His show, entitled pulsions organique,  is a series of abstract…

    • Checkout [ARTISTS] JAMES LAHEY by: Athena Paradissis

      October 10, 2009, 07:11

      Color - this is the first thing you notice when you look at the Rhombus series.  I asked James Lahey about the significance of color.  He referred to something Molinari had said in the 60's - there are no colors, only relationships between…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      October 9, 2009, 07:10

      James Lahey is what's next!   His latest show, entitled Guido's Rhombus, is being exhibited at Galérie de Bellefeuille, October 8 - 19, Montreal.  I went to the opening expecting that we would talk about his art, but instead Lahey cracked a…

    • Checkout [ARTISTS] Bärbel Rothhaar by: Athena Paradissis

      October 3, 2009, 16:53

      Comprehension - an elusive word, especially when applied to contemporary art.  We approach art with the idea that we should immediately get what it's about.  If we don't, we conclude that our bafflement must be due to our lack of  sophisticatio…

    • Checkout [WHAT'S NEXT] by: Athena Paradissis

      October 1, 2009, 01:42

      What's next is an interview with Berlin-based artist Bärbel Rothhaar who I had a chance to meet briefly today at the Galerie Samuel Lallouz.  They were in the middle of setting up her show, Bee Works, but they were accommodating enough to let me…

  • Global Art  (21)
    • Marina Abramovic's Presence at the MOMA by: Athena Paradissis

      March 17, 2010, 07:07

      The MoMA has never shied away from presenting artists who challenge the viewer.  Their latest exhibit, featuring performance Yugoslavian-born artist, Marina Abramovic, is no exception.  Abramovic challenges the viewer from the onset.  Want to…

    • New York: The Armory Show by: Athena Paradissis

      March 4, 2010, 09:41

      Art Fair time is back. This week in New York - The Armory Show.  Some of what is being shown: Claire Fontaine is a Paris-based collective artist, founded in 2004.  She borrowed/appropriated her  her name from an easily recognizable…

    • Interview with Swiss Artist Marck on His Video Sculptures by: Athena Paradissis

      February 24, 2010, 07:03

      Internationally recognized Swiss artist Marck took time from his busy schedule to answer some questions.  He answered first in German, then in English (I edited some of the English). Q: What is it about video art that attracts you to…

    • Vancouver ... need we say more  by: Athena Paradissis

      February 17, 2010, 06:33

      Last week we covered some of the public art work commissioned by Vancouver's Olympic and Paralympic Public Art Program.   Here are two more artists. The first is Vancouver artist Rodney Graham.  A recognized Canadian artist with an international…

    • Vancouver's Public Art Project - Worth a Gold! by: Athena Paradissis

      February 10, 2010, 09:24

      In one of the press releases for the Vancouver Public Art Program, Gregor Robertson, the mayor of Vancouver, writes: "The sculptures, installations and events in this city-wide collection reflect the spirit and values of Vancouver and the…

    • Chinese Contemporary Art at Eli Klein Fine Art, New York, February 3-March 1 by: Athena Paradissis

      February 3, 2010, 06:41

      There can be no doubt that what makes Chinese contemporary art so universally powerful and internationally prominent is its uncanny ability to visually voice the modernist angst within a world that is constantly changing.  Perhaps more than any…

    • In Memory of Louko, Artist, Died, Haiti January 12, 2010 by: Athena Paradissis

      January 27, 2010, 10:38

      Today CheckoutART dedicates its page to the artist Louko who, along with many thousands of others, died on January 12, 2010, when an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale devastated Haiti.  Over the last two weeks, we have…

    • Interview With Pierre Durette – on the miniature, the not so miniature, and the detail by: Athena Paradissis

      January 16, 2010, 17:21

      Q: Lately, there seems to be a return towards the miniature.  I'm thinking of artists like Do Ho Suh or, closer to home, KarineGiboulo and Jason Walker. Is there something about our society that isleading certain artists in this direction? A: I…

    • London Art Fair, 13-17 January, 2010 by: Athena Paradissis

      January 12, 2010, 22:19

      Nothing like a cool art fair in a cool city to bring the New Year in!  We thought Photo 50 (part of the special exhibition programmes) was awesome.  Selected by a "distinguished" panel, all 50 works being shown are for sale. We liked these…

    • The "not just Indian" art of G.R. Iranna and Krishnaraj Chonat by: Athena Paradissis

      December 16, 2009, 15:27

      At its best, art is a visual conveyor of ideas and/0r emotions.  It questions our perceptions and assumptions.  It addresses the uncomfortable truths often underlying  our collective knowledge.  Most importantly, it does not allow our self-impose…

    • The "not just Indian" art of Dayanita Singh and Riyas Komu by: Athena Paradissis

      December 9, 2009, 08:24

      In an interview with Nandini Nair, internationally-renowned Indian photographer, Dayanita Singh, states: "I do not let my work get preoccupied with social concerns.  This much I learned very early on in my career.  I made the choice to be a…

    • Checkout[GLOBAL ART] - China's New Reality by: Athena Paradissis

      November 25, 2009, 07:12

      So what happens when the "cult of newness replaces the cult of history" as it has in China?  What happens when "new" becomes the mainstream industry - new buildings, new technology, new fashion, new you (plastic surgery, apparently, is also…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - West Africa by: Athena Paradissis

      November 18, 2009, 06:59

      To date, the format has involved looking at the art-scene of a different country every week, but the truth is that there are way too many great artists doing really great things in any one time or place to cover in one week, so while I'll…

    • Checkout[GLOBAL ART] - South Africa by: Athena Paradissis

      November 11, 2009, 07:03

      In her book, South African Art Now, Sue Williamson points out that the unprecedented interest in South African contemporary art that followed the fall of Apartheid in 1994 was accompanied by a tendency to view South African artists under one…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - BERLIN by: Athena Paradissis

      October 28, 2009, 06:24

      What makes a city a cultural mecca?  A multicultural identity, a vibrant museum and gallery scene, libraries, theatres, music halls... all of these things help, but an active artistic community - especially one that strives to be innovative and…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - ART TORONTO by: Athena Paradissis

      October 21, 2009, 06:33

      Art Toronto 2009 has asked none other than Jeffrey Spalding to put together its main exposition.   In speaking with Jeffrey Spalding, his message is clear and simple:  the art of accomplished Canadian artists deserves to be celebrated as the…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - Art in London by: Athena Paradissis

      October 14, 2009, 05:30

      Inspired by Andy Warhol's comment, "Good business is the best art", the Tate Modern's current exhibition, Pop Life: Art in the Material World, inspired me to look at two of Britain's YBA's (young British Artists).  The two artists are Gavin Turk…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] ART ISRAEL by: Athena Paradissis

      October 7, 2009, 10:15

      What role does an artist's cultural and political background play in our expectations when we look at a work of art?  One of the world's best sandboxes to explore this question is probably in Israel.  In the words of Israeli photographer, Sharon…

    • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] ART CHINA by: Athena Paradissis

      September 28, 2009, 21:52

      In May, 2008, contemporary Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi’s “Mask Series 1996 No.6” sold for U.S.07 million at the Christie’s Hong Kong art auction.  A month earlier, another contemporary Chinese artist, Zhang Xiaogang, sold his “Bloodli…

    • India  (2)
    • Africa  (3)
      • Die Antwood - Who owns South African Culture? by: Athena Paradissis

        June 8, 2010, 07:22

        Die Antwood's  (the answer) music video "Enter The Ninja" is the newest South African sensation to hit the "interweb".   Comprised of angry white guy lead man Ninja (born Waddy Jones), über blonde vixen Yo-Landi Vi$$er and DJ  Vuilgeboost…

      • Checkout [GLOBAL ART] - West Africa by: Athena Paradissis

        November 18, 2009, 06:59

        To date, the format has involved looking at the art-scene of a different country every week, but the truth is that there are way too many great artists doing really great things in any one time or place to cover in one week, so while I'll…

      • Checkout[GLOBAL ART] - South Africa by: Athena Paradissis

        November 11, 2009, 07:03

        In her book, South African Art Now, Sue Williamson points out that the unprecedented interest in South African contemporary art that followed the fall of Apartheid in 1994 was accompanied by a tendency to view South African artists under one…

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