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Group Exhibition By ArtGeminiPrize & London Lighthouse Gallery & Studio

This exhibition is in collaboration with ArtGeminiPrize. The artists feature in this exhibition come from diverse backgrounds, with a wide range of cultural influences and artistic disciplines, from vibrant paintings that burst with colour, thought provoking abstract expressions, to a world where sustainability meets creativity. It is a celebration of the different ways in which art connects us all.

This exhibition is in collaboration with ArtGeminiPrize. The artists feature in this exhibition come from diverse backgrounds, with a wide range of cultural influences and artistic disciplines, from vibrant paintings that burst with colour, thought provoking abstract expressions, to a world where sustainability meets creativity. It is a celebration of the different ways in which art connects us all.

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The artists feature in this exhibition come from diverse<br />

backgrounds, with a wide range of cultural influences and artistic<br />

disciplines, from vibrant paintings that burst with colour, thought<br />

provoking abstract expressions, to a world where sustainability<br />

meets creativity. It is a celebration of the different ways in which<br />

art connects us all.


Alexandra Goaga<br />

Alexandra Goaga is a freelance artist based in the UK, with a focus on visual<br />

development art and children's book illustration. Her passion for art developed at a<br />

young age and was nurtured by her supportive family who encouraged her to pursue her<br />

creative talents. Alexandra's fascination with the process of bringing ideas to life<br />

through art and design led her to pursue a career as a professional artist.<br />

Artist: Alexandra Goaga<br />

Artwork Title: Girl Portrait<br />

Medium: Mixed Media - Prints<br />

Dimensions: 50 x 70cm<br />

Price: £150<br />

Edition: of 3


Alexandra Moskalenko<br />

Born in Paris, Alexandra Moskalenko comes from a family of painters of French and<br />

Latvian/Ukrainian origins. She is a self-taught artist. Her paintings celebrate diversity<br />

and often depict people from various ethnic origins on colourful vintage fabric,<br />

exploring the concept of identity and displacement, informed by the artist's own<br />

experience of coming from a multicultural background and living in <strong>London</strong>, one of the<br />

world’s most cosmopolitan cities. The large, vibrantly coloured canvases become<br />

statement pieces for what ‘fitting in’ or belonging may mean and question how a<br />

character can influence an environment and vice versa.<br />

Her recent body of work features endangered bird species and plants exploring in the<br />

process the concept of freedom, conservation, and biodiversity. Her ‘Kiss’ series<br />

explores the idea of feeling contented and at peace with oneself, others, nature and our<br />

environment. The steps and the door, which represent the idea of ‘home’ and the<br />

frontier between the man-made vs the natural environment are also metaphors for<br />

progress, discovery and process beginning at one’s doorstep.<br />

She has exhibited her work at the Blackheath Halls (2000), Menier <strong>Gallery</strong> (2016),<br />

Jonaquest Art gallery (2018), Artfix (2021) and more recently at the Fresh and Affordable<br />

Art Fair (2021 and 2022). One of her paintings ‘Madonna and Child (Mum and Kid) II’ was<br />

shortlisted for the Brixton Art Prize and exhibited at the Department Store in Brixton (July<br />

2022). One of her paintings was shortlisted by the Visible Artist Award (May 2023)<br />

sponsored by Audible and is subsequently being exhibited for 3 years in the HQ of<br />

Audible <strong>London</strong>. She has works in private collections in France, England and the United<br />

States.


Artwork Title: Summer Breeze,<br />

Medium: Oil painting on vintage fabric<br />

Dimensions: 41 x 51cm,<br />

Price: £400<br />

Artwork Title: The Kiss 3<br />

Medium: Acrylic, ink and oil on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 41 x 51cm<br />

Price: £580


Artwork Title: The Waterfall - Bathers 1<br />

Medium: Oil on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 60 x 50cm<br />

Price: £580<br />

Artwork Title: Jungle lovers<br />

Medium: Acrylic and oil on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 59 x 84cm<br />

Price: £620


Azabache Patlache<br />

My work explores the pictography of Mexican indigenous culture that survives despite our<br />

colonialist history. It gives homage to the people and place where I was born and raised:<br />

Puebla, Mexico. My prints preserve the art history of my Nahua/Mixtec roots by incorporating<br />

Mixtec glyphs found in codices (codex). Although I now live in the United States, my heart is still<br />

with my people in Puebla, Mexico. I remember and champion the Indigenous communities<br />

where I am from. I want the work to also champion the women of my culture who have been so<br />

underestimated and undervalued historically and in contemporary society.<br />

Artwork Title: “Frutero” (2023)<br />

Medium: Laser Cut Jigsaw on Paper<br />

Dimensions: 28 x 38cm<br />

Price: £207<br />

Artwork Title: “Colibris y Bugambilias” (2023)<br />

Medium: Laser Cut Jigsaw on Paper<br />

Dimensions: 25 x 25cm<br />

Price: £223


CHUNG Yuk Bing (1919 – 1974)<br />

Mr CHUNG was a Hong Kong artist in the 1960s who specialized in Chinese ink<br />

painting. Inspired by Master XU Beihong’s creativity of Chinese modern art, Mr<br />

CHUNG’s traditional Chinese paintings incorporated elements of essential Western<br />

art technique. Apart from traditional Chinese art themes, he was renowned for his<br />

religious art and portraits of celebrity figures such as American President Abraham<br />

Lincoln, Indian National Hero Mahatma Gandhi and Pope John XXIII. Some of his<br />

paintings articulated the need for artistic expressions to reflect contemporary<br />

grassroot society.<br />

The Hong Kong Museum of Arts permanently collected two of Mr CHUNG & #39;s<br />

paintings in 1999.<br />

Artwork Title: Beauty (1962)<br />

Medium: Ink on paper<br />

Dimensions: 80(H) x 34.5 (W)cm,<br />

Price: £800


Artwork Title: Jesus giving his pastoral authority to Peter (1964)<br />

Medium: Ink and colour on paper,<br />

Dimensions: 65.4(H) x 42.1(W)cm,<br />

Price: £1300


Deborah Pearse<br />

The nature of transformation and how we create meaning from it, is central to Deborah<br />

Pearse’s artwork and further informed by her background as an actress, therapist, and<br />

tutor.<br />

Within varied Series’, she employs both abstract approaches as well as realistic<br />

imagery. Predominantly working in oils on canvas, her intention is for the process and<br />

application to integrate within each theme.<br />

Recent exhibitions include in 2023, The Chaiya Art Awards exhibited at the Oxo Tower<br />

and Bargehouse, Deborah’s work was selected for the 2022 Gemini Art Prize in<br />

Singapore and in 2020 at The <strong>Exhibition</strong>ist Hotel, <strong>London</strong>. With online <strong>Gallery</strong> shows<br />

with The Holy Art and others.<br />

Deborah has exhibited in solo and group shows and sold work within the UK and<br />

Internationally since her B.A. Hons in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins. During her<br />

degree, her work was selected for the Mercury Music Prize Award CD cover & exhibition<br />

in Cork Street, as well as exhibitions at the British Council in Milan, and the Courtauld<br />

Institute in <strong>London</strong>.<br />

Her interest in portraiture led to being a participant in PAOTY on Sky TV in 2020.<br />

Deborah has interviews, articles and artwork featured in magazines including Seisma,<br />

Art Etcetera, Phi-Art, Beneath Your Beautiful, The Edge, and WOI. She continues to<br />

develop projects and collaborate in arenas related to the arts, psychology, philosophy<br />

and sciences.


Artist Name: Deborah Pearse<br />

Artwork Title: Sound Signature Sessions (1-9) - (Sound Signature Series)<br />

Dimensions: 40cm x 40cm<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Year: 2024<br />

Price: £325 Each.


Artist Name: Deborah Pearse<br />

Artwork Title: Sound Signature Minis (1-12) - (Sound Signature Series)<br />

Dimensions: 20cm x 20cm<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Year: 2024<br />

Price: £75 Each


Francesca Busca<br />

As an Eco-activist, ‘Rubbish artist’ and mosaicist, Francesca pioneers’ sustainable art<br />

by creating her artworks entirely out of waste.<br />

Torn between optimism and surrender, she is haunted by the idea of mankind’s imminent<br />

self-destruction. Yet she believes in a future for humanity of resourceful innovation<br />

through re-thinking, reducing, and preventing. It is this hope that is made visible through<br />

her work: every tessera she creates is in itself a protest against our disposable lifestyle.<br />

In her world rubbish acquires new value and meanings, and becomes the undisputed<br />

protagonist of her artworks, as fun and beautiful a Cinderella as she can master it to be,<br />

from waste to wonder.<br />

Her eco-activism encompasses every aspect of her life: vegan raising vegans, using<br />

100% renewable energy, wearing second-hand clothes, plastic free wherever possible,<br />

growing a vegetable and wildlife garden, not flying for the past 4 years, (…) as she strives<br />

to live as sustainably as possible.<br />

Ex-City solicitor, Francesca graduated with distinction at the <strong>London</strong> School of Mosaic in<br />

2019, where she also lectured Fabrication in 2021/22. Internationally, she exhibited in<br />

100+ venues, was published in 60+ articles and textbooks, and won 2 dozen+ awards.<br />

She is the founder of the Payment in Kind(ness)© initiative, whereby she accepts ecofriendly<br />

actions as payment toward her artwork, and of ArtforTrash©, whereby she uses<br />

the clients’ own waste to create artwork for residential, institutional, and corporate<br />

settings.<br />

Francesca runs pro bono art projects on eco-awareness and sustainability.<br />

She is currently collaborating with the Institute of Marine Sciences in Venice, culminating<br />

in a permanent installation in loco during the Venice Boat show 2024 by using both the<br />

waste from their labs and that recovered by them from the sea.


Artwork Title: LOVE is Vegan<br />

Dimensions: 102 x 280cm or 210 x 140cm (4 panels of c. 102 x 70cm each)<br />

Medium: 100% waste: used hairdressers foils, discarded papers and magazines,<br />

leftover fabric and 85 screw caps on wooden panels<br />

Year: 2024<br />

Price: 4800


Gail Astbury<br />

Gail was born in Blackpool in the Northwest of England and is an artist, researcher, and<br />

educator. She trained in painting at Wimbledon School of Art under Prunella Clough<br />

amongst others and more recently gained an MA at Goldsmiths University <strong>London</strong> in<br />

Contemporary Arts Practices. She exhibits internationally and is commissioned by both<br />

private and corporate clients as well as teaching watercolour painting at OPEN Ealing<br />

Arts Centre. Gail currently lives and works in Westminster <strong>London</strong> and has a studio in<br />

Limoges in southwest France.<br />

Her paintings are often serialised, informed by contemporary culture, the arts and<br />

cinematography. Although built from observed realities and lived experiences, her<br />

paintings become fictional spaces where many inputs are distilled into a palpable set of<br />

rhythmic images. She takes a broad approach to methods and materials that<br />

encompasses processes, from classical to modern to contemporary image making. She<br />

takes her own photographs to draw reference from and uses trial-and-error methods of<br />

cropping, colour reduction and rearranging to arrive at her compositions.<br />

In terms of subject matter, her work addresses themes such as urbanisation, nature,<br />

love, identity, and nostalgia. She describes herself as 'a painter looking to hold onto<br />

precious moments in a world of flux.


Artist Name: Gail Astbury<br />

Artwork Title: 'To and fro’<br />

Dimensions: 43cm x 33cm x 6 (43cm x 198cm Tall)<br />

Medium: Oil on linen’<br />

Year: January 2024<br />

Price: £2400.


Artist Name: Gail Astbury<br />

Artwork Title: 'Turn up the radio’<br />

Dimensions: 43cm x 33cm x 6 (43cm x 198cm Tall)<br />

Medium: Oil on linen’<br />

Year: January 2024<br />

Price: £2400.<br />

Price For Both: £4600


Giulia Mastracchio<br />

"In the acrylic on canvas series titled "Behind Every Great Man is a Great Woman," I<br />

merge my artistic passion with a commitment to intersectional feminism.<br />

Using pop culture iconic cartoon characters, I challenge societal norms by portraying<br />

female figures donned in the costumes of their male partners.<br />

This series serves as a bold statement, inviting viewers to critically engage with and<br />

appreciate the often-overlooked contributions of women in shaping the foundations of<br />

our community. I aim to prompt contemplation on the intricate dynamics of society,<br />

spotlighting the strength and influence of female figures”.<br />

Artist: Giulia Mastracchio<br />

Artwork Title: Donna & Cleveland - "behind every great man is a great woman" series.<br />

Year: 2023.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 60x40cm<br />

Price: £800


Artist: Giulia Mastracchio<br />

Artwork Title: Lois & Peter - "behind every great man is a great woman" series.<br />

Year: 2023.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 60x40cm<br />

Price: £800<br />

Artist: Giulia Mastracchio<br />

Artwork Title: Marge & Homer - "behind every great man is a great woman" series.<br />

Year: 2023.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 60x40cm<br />

Price: £800


Artwork Title: Francine & Stan - "behind every great man is a great woman" series.<br />

Year: 2023.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 60x40cm<br />

Price: £800


Heena Kim<br />

Heena Kim was born 1979 in Korea but lives and works in the UK.<br />

Education: MA, Central St Martins of Art & Design <strong>London</strong><br />

MA Fine Art, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea.<br />

Artist: Heena Kim<br />

Artwork Title: Nomadism<br />

Year: 2009.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 61x 51cm<br />

Price: £750<br />

Artist: Giulia Mastracchio<br />

Artwork Title: Under 1<br />

Year: 2009.<br />

Medium: Acrylics on canvas<br />

Dimensions: 50 x 50cm<br />

Price: £650


Jesus Suarez<br />

Jesus Suarez is a fine art photographer based in <strong>London</strong>. He is also offering<br />

photography tours to share his creativity and passion by capturing the dynamic street<br />

life with its breath-taking architecture and iconic landmarks. His inspiration stems from<br />

the visual language of signs and symbols, as he delves into history, myths, and personal<br />

experiences to continually enrich his creative vision. Jesus sees photography not only<br />

as a means of artistic expression but also as a therapeutic outlet, creating connections<br />

with life experiences and promoting a foundation for a well-balanced mindset.<br />

Artist: Jesus Suarez<br />

Artwork Title: Millennium Mills - (Open Edition)<br />

Year created: 2022.<br />

Medium: Photography, Archival pigment, print on Hahnemühle glossy Fine Art Baryta<br />

Paper<br />

Dimensions: 29.7 x 420cm<br />

Price: £195 Framed (Print Only £145)<br />

Artist: Jesus Suarez<br />

Artwork Title: The Dockers - (Open Edition)<br />

Year created: 2023.<br />

Medium: Photography, Archival pigment, print on Hahnemühle glossy Fine Art Baryta<br />

Paper<br />

Dimensions: 29.7 x 420cm<br />

Price: £195 Framed (Print Only £145)


Artist: Jesus Suarez<br />

Artwork Title: Royal Victoria Docks - (Open Edition)<br />

Year created: 2023.<br />

Medium: Photography, Archival pigment, print on Hahnemühle glossy Fine Art<br />

Baryta Paper<br />

Dimensions: 42 x 59.4cm<br />

Price: £265 Framed (Print Only £185)


Monika Blanka Katterwe<br />

Monika Blanka Katterwe is a German based contemporary artist who create photo<br />

paintings in which the light and his specifical components are her working instruments.<br />

In exploration the higher level of dimensions she like to integrate AI based machines in<br />

the creative processes, especially for 3D modelling.<br />

Artwork Title: The Moas Choap Boutel (The colour of noble metals Series)<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Medium: Photo Painting<br />

Dimensions: 30x40 cm<br />

Price: £2500,00<br />

Edition 3


Artwork Title: The Metal Journey (The colour of noble metals Series)<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Medium: Photo Painting<br />

Dimensions: 30x40 cm<br />

Price: £2500,00<br />

Edition 3<br />

Artwork Title: The Golden Latenè” (The colour of noble metals Series)<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Medium: Photo Painting<br />

Dimensions: 30x40 cm<br />

Price: £2500,00<br />

Edition 3


Stefan Marcus<br />

Stefan is a digital artist residing in the bustling financial district of Canary Wharf,<br />

<strong>London</strong>, where he has lived for 11 years. His artistic journey is deeply intertwined with<br />

the dynamic world of the stock market, capturing its highs, lows, and everything in<br />

between. He endeavours to transcend the traditional view of the stock market as<br />

merely a numerical domain, aiming to present stories in a visually compelling way,<br />

making his art relatable not just to investors but to a wider audience who use the<br />

products of these companies every day, inextricably linking the viewer to the piece.<br />

Stefan's creative process is as unique as his art, utilising online trading platforms and<br />

real analytical techniques to craft his pieces, ensuring that each chart is a genuine<br />

snapshot of the market. Drawing inspiration from various facets of the financial world,<br />

including meme stocks and financial crashes, he imbues his work with a sense of<br />

immediacy and relevance. The end result is revealed in his trademark colourful<br />

minimalism and sharp lines. Stefan is committed to helping everyone understand about<br />

finance, with 20% of the profits from sales donated to charities focused on enhancing<br />

financial literacy for young people.<br />

You can find his work at www.stocksart.com


Stefan Marcus<br />

Artwork Title: AAPL - 2019-23 (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3<br />

Stefan Marcus<br />

Artwork Title: SPOT - 2018-23 (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3


Stefan Marcus_<br />

Artwork Title: BTC - 2018-23 (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3<br />

Stefan Marcus<br />

Artwork Title: BTC - 2018-23 BLUE (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3


Stefan Marcus<br />

Artwork Title: SPX - 2010-22 (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3<br />

Stefan Marcus<br />

Artwork Title: SPX - 2010-22 GREEN (2024)<br />

Medium: Digital<br />

Dimensions: 6.4cm x 8.9cm<br />

Price: £20<br />

Editions: 3


Tedi Lena<br />

Tedi Lena is recognised as a very talented young painter. Best known for his striking<br />

portraits in oils, he can paint any figurative subject, from life or photographs, and use<br />

many other medium. Tedi graduated from CASS at the <strong>London</strong> Metropolitan University<br />

in 2018 with a first-class degree and the Owen Rowley prize. Amongst his many<br />

achievements, he was selected for the prestigious BP Portrait Award exhibition and won<br />

the Art Gemini Young Artist Prize in 2019. In 2021 and 2022 Tedi was selected for the<br />

Royal Society of British Artists Annual exhibitions and Rising Stars exhibitions<br />

21,22,23,24. In 2019-23 he was shortlisted for the Art Gemini Prize and 2021 Sky Art<br />

Portrait Artist series 8. Known for series of solo and group exhibition.<br />

Ted’s technic of painting is inspiring and revolution. His Art full of passion and detailed,<br />

he never betrayed reality. He love beauty of nature, human and every creatures and the<br />

Art he makes is confirmation of it.<br />

Brothers<br />

Started this work with simple sketch when the children were playing around, in a<br />

beautiful village, surrounded by canyons, summer holiday 2022 Nivice, Albania. Later<br />

worked and finished this artwork in my <strong>London</strong> studio.<br />

An Angel at RA historic room<br />

This work is inspiration of life study model which later I painted in oil. It is reflection of<br />

human body beauty, that always fascinate me.<br />

Still life Persimmon<br />

Painted a still life persimmon Hyperrealism, using acrylic to paint quickly, while the fruit<br />

was fresh. Specially focused on the light coming over the fruits. This is an inspiration of<br />

life and light.<br />

“I love making Art! Art is the bridge of communication between me and the people,<br />

it is an coloured language, through which I express myself the best’’.<br />

Email:tediartlena@yahoo.co.uk<br />

https://www.instagram.com/tediartlena/


Artwork Title: The Little Brothers<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas.<br />

Dimensions: 76 x 61cm<br />

Year: 2023<br />

Price: £5000


Artwork Title: Angel at RA Historic Room<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas. (Framed)<br />

Dimensions: 76 x 61cm<br />

Year: 2020<br />

Price: £3000<br />

Artwork Title: Still Life Persimmons<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas. (Framed)<br />

Dimensions: 40 x 50cm<br />

Year: 2022<br />

Price: £1300


Tenslin Augustine<br />

A visionary painter whose canvases breathe life into a world of vibrant hues and<br />

profound emotions. With a masterful stroke of acrylic on canvas, they weave intricate<br />

tales and evoke deep sentiments through their artistry. Each stroke of their brush is a<br />

testament to their unparalleled creativity, capturing the essence of subjects with a<br />

fusion of hyper-realism and imagination.<br />

Artwork Title: The Waiting<br />

Dimensions: 36”x36”<br />

Medium: Acrylic on canvas<br />

Price: £2850


Zoya Chung<br />

Zoya Chung was born in 1995 in New Taipei City, Taiwan. In 2016, she first attempted to<br />

make a documentary called “On The Road” in India, which won the Best Short Film<br />

hosted by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan. She soon got deeply involved in<br />

expressing her inner voice through visual language. After receiving her Bachelor's in<br />

Slavic Language and Literature in Taipei, she decided to leap into filmmaking. During<br />

her studies in the UK, she found her passion and her lifelong career as a<br />

cinematographer and graduated with a Master's degree in Filmmaking. In 2019, she<br />

worked as a DOP on a film ' WHAT A CIRCUS ' selected by a new creatives program and<br />

premiered on BBC 4.<br />

She continued gaining experience in the camera department from TV series to feature<br />

films.<br />

Meanwhile, she started a photography project called “The 9th Carriage”. She considers<br />

shifting the perspective and looking into more details in the surroundings to transcend<br />

the photograph itself, the image, and its medium to have its own presence.<br />

Artist: Zoya Chung<br />

Artwork Title: Please Hold the Handrail (2023)<br />

Medium: Vibrance Metallic<br />

Dimensions: 20.31 x 25.41cm<br />

Price: £200<br />

Edition No. 1


Artist: Zoya Chung<br />

Artwork Title: Passengers (2023)<br />

Medium: Vibrance Metallic<br />

Dimensions: 33.15x50 cm<br />

Price: £350<br />

Edition No. 1<br />

Artist: Zoya Chung<br />

Artwork Title: The Passenger (2023)<br />

Medium: Vibrance Metallic<br />

Dimensions: 20.32cm x 30.48cm<br />

Price: £250<br />

Edition No. 1


Roland Hicks<br />

Roland Hicks is a Post-war & Contemporary artist who was born in 1967. Numerous key<br />

galleries and museums such as Hastings Contemporary have featured Roland Hicks's<br />

work in the past. Roland Hicks's work has been offered at auction multiple times.<br />

Roland Hicks has been featured in articles for ArtDaily, Art Licks and The Independent.<br />

The most recent article is Roland Hicks: Interview of the Month, January 2024 – Paul<br />

Carey-Kent written for ArtLyst in January 2024.<br />

Roland Hicks, Lives and works in <strong>London</strong>. He was educated at Winchester School of Art<br />

(BA) and Slade School of Art (MFA).<br />

Artist: Roland Hicks<br />

Artwork I Know It’s Over (1999)<br />

Medium: Oil on Canvas<br />

Dimensions: 92 X 92cm<br />

Price: £3550


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<strong>London</strong> City Island<br />

<strong>London</strong><br />

E14 0SZ<br />

Telephone: 02075154484<br />

www.londonlighthousegallery.com<br />

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