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Steven Diamant is the owner and founder of Arcadia Contemporary, one of the world’s leading galleries for realistic art. Steven and I covered several pressing topics: how to work with galleries, the business of sales, the importance of Instagram for artists, how art universities are delinquent in their duties, timelessness and trends in the arts, and more. This is also the first podcast episode that I recorded in-person! I came down to Arcadia with two microphones and we recorded the talk right there in Steven’s office.Support ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen For more from Arcadia Contemporary:Arcadia Contemporary's websiteArcadia Contemporary's InstagramFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTube Music by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Gustavo Ramos is a Brazilian-born Arizona-based painter. We touched on how to plan a painterly process using layers, how to deal with mistakes throughout the process, how to nurture artistic growth in children, how to paint successfully from photographs, how develop personal style, tips for getting commissions, and much much more. We also throw some shade at Hyperrealism, so get excited for that. Gustavo has some brilliant insights to share, so I’m exceedingly glad to bring his voice to all of you.Support ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen  For more from Gustavo Ramos: Gustavo's website Gustavo's Instagram For more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTube Music by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Today we are touching on a topic that is pressing and urgent for many of us - can we paint without using solvents? As you know, solvents are harmful to our health, and eliminating or reducing their usage should be on everyone’s agenda. But how can we do it? We will be diving deeply into this question, and providing actionable technical insights you can start using pretty much as soon as you finish this episode. Hope you find this information as valuable as I did!My guest today is Kimberly Brooks. Kimberly is a contemporary American artist and author. Her work has been exhibited and featured internationality. She is the founder and former Arts Editor at the Huffington Post, and today she hosts monthly artist talks at First Person Artist Brooks is the author of the fantastic book titled The New Oil Painting which is at the center of today’s conversation. Support ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen For more from Kimberly Brooks:Kimberly's websiteKimberly's Instagram"The New Oil Painting" on AmazonFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTubeMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Painting has been proclaimed dead many times throughout history, and yet people like me and probably you continue to sling paint around, still believing it matters. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this true-crime episode, where we explore the alleged death-scenes, victims, and perpetrators. And what a treat, ladies and gentlemen, setting an ART’S COOL record, the great Ilya Gefter is back on the podcast for the 2nd episode in a row, and 3rd episode in total. I introduced Ilya when he first came on the show, which was episode 8, and from the feedback I’ve been getting about our most recent conversation I suspect Ilya will soon need no introduction. Ilya came up with this conversation topic, and I’m so fortunate to be able to engage with his ideas and insights - and to bring them to you. If you enjoy this episode and you want us to do more of these, make sure to follow Ilya on instagram @ilyagefter.art and the rest of his social media pages which I’ll list in the show notes. Let him know you enjoyed his appearance on the show, and let’s hope he comes back for more, as we’ll all be the better for it. Support ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen For more from Ilya Gefter:Ilya's websiteIlya's YouTubeIlya's InstagramFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's Patreon Ken's YouTubeMusic by Adaam JaResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
 Today’s topic is "Realism," what it meant for different painters in different times and ways to think about it today. Very importantly, we also discuss why detail is the enemy of experience, and how Courbet was basically a troll.  We are very fortunate to have the great Ilya Gefter back on the podcast. Ilya Gefter is a painter, art educator and the founder and director of the Visual Art Center in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Ilya has shown in 14 solo exhibitions before he was 40, he’s won numerous prestigious awards, and his work can be found in notable public collections in the US, Canada, Spain, and Israel. He has written for Ha’artez newspaper, and has done curatorial work for Rothschild Gallery in Tel Aviv. Ilya is an exceptional artist and thinker and a tremendous inspiration to me, so I’m very excited to bring his voice and his ideas to all of you. Support ART'S COOL with Ken GoshenFor more from Ilya Gefter:Ilya's websiteIlya's YouTubeIlya's InstagramFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTubeMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Today’s episode is absolutely packed with down-to-earth technical advice which I expect any painting enthusiast will appreciate, and a few inflammatory opinions which may or may not stir the pot. This episode is an Ask Me Anything episode, which means instead of having a guest I can question, the questions were directed at me by a panel of my Patreon supporters. We covered many important topics, such as: how to mix colors for figurative work, how to build confidence, issues regarding social media, the importance or lack thereof of art university degrees, the status of realism in the contemporary art discourse, discussions around supplies, how to use color theory to effectively push color beyond the boundaries of realism, the everlasting photographic reference conundrum, recommended limited palettes, how to use quick sketches to support ambitious projects, how to teach classical painterly principles to young children, and much much more. Support ART'S COOL with Ken GoshenFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTubeMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Jeff has been titled a “living master” by the art Renewal Center, and has been written up in numerous publications, including “American Art collector”, “Fine Art Connoisseur”, “Arts and Antiques” and “Jetset Magazine”.  His work has been shown in prestigious institutions such as the Utah Museum of Fine Art, The Springville Museum of Art and the Salmagundi Club in NY. He’s won numerous awards, and his work can be found in notable public and private collections. Jeff has served as a faculty artist for the Portrait Society of America, and he is the founder of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in Salt Lake City. We talk in-depth about the unique pedagogical structure of the Hein Atelier of Traditional Art in this episode and it’s absolutely fascinating. Support ART'S COOL with Ken GoshenFor more from Jeff Hein:Jeff's websiteJeff's InstagramHein Atelier of Traditional ArtFor more from Ken Goshen:Ken's websiteKen's InstagramKen's lessonsKen's PatreonKen's YouTubePigments on Jeff's palette: Radiant violet, Dioxazine purple, Cobalt violet, Alizarin permanent, Quinacridone magenta, Radiant red, Perylene red, Vermillion, Permanent orange, Transparent orange, Brown pink, Transparent oxide red, Transparent oxide yellow, Indian yellow, Transparent yellow medium, Cadmium yellow medium, Cadmium Lemon, Cadmium chartreuse, Green gold, Cadmium Resident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Vincent Desiderio is a titan of contemporary painting. He is a Senior Critic at the New York Academy of Art and has been a visiting professor at numerous universities both in the US and abroad. He is the recipient of honorary doctorates from both the New York Academy of Art and the Lyme Academy. His work can be found in some of the most important public collections in the world, including: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim Museum, The Hirshhorn Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and many more. Numerous articles about Vincent have appeared in notable publications such as The New York Times, The New Yorker, Art Forum, Art in America, Art News, and more.For more from Vincent Desiderio:Website: http://www.vincent-desiderio.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vincent_desiderio/ For more from Ken Goshen:Website: https://www.kengoshen.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kengoshen/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kengoshenTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Alex Mitow and James Miille are the co-founders of Superfine, the art fair that puts young professionals in touch with hundreds of cutting-edge works by the world's top emerging artists. Alex is a curator and entrepreneur. He holds a marketing degree from the University of Miami, and has more than 16 years of experience in the lifestyle, art, and hospitality sectors. James is a fine-arts photographer, designer, and sales expert. His artwork is frequently featured in publications such as Architectural Digest, Hi-Fructose Magazine, and Artnet. He has exhibited in solo exhibitions in New York, Miami, and Paris. Alex, James, and their team have launched Superfine fairs in six US cities, and they are growing each year.For more from Superfine:Website: https://www.superfine.world/Podcast: https://www.superfine.world/the-artist-business-plan-podcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/superfineartfair/For more from Ken Goshen:Website: https://www.kengoshen.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kengoshen/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kengoshenTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Josh Clare is a fantastic painter, and the first ART’S COOL guest focused on landscape work, so lots of valuable insight here for all you plein-air enthusiasts. Josh is the recipient of numerous awards, including artists choice at the 2012 Laguna Plein Air Invitational, and 2nd place in the Raymar 6th Annual Painting Competition. In 2014 Josh was featured for three consecutive months in several of the nation’s finest art magazines: Western Art and Architecture, Southwest Art, and Art of the West. This conversation was lots of fun and very informative, so I’m sure you’ll greatly enjoy it.For more from Josh Clare:Website: https://www.joshclare.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jclareart/For more from Ken Goshen:Website: https://www.kengoshen.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kengoshen/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kengoshenTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
Will St. John is one of my favorite living painters. This is the point at which I list selected biographical information that I find on the guest’s “About” page, but Will doesn’t have an "About" page. He doesn’t even have a website as far as I’ve been able to discern. I reached out to Will to ask him how he’d like to be introduced, and he provided me with the finest bio of all time: “Will St. John is a badass artist. Women desire him; strong men want to be him. The world’s elite cultural institutions pursue him, but he eludes their advances: he’s too busy being spectacular.” Follow Will St John on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/willstjohnart/To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam JamesResident AlienThis is a podcast about my journey as a resident alien in the united states. will be...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify LeanCast: Product Innovation & UX DesignCreated by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Do You Like Scary Movies?A podcast for Horror fans by Horror fansListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Save Her Seat — A podcast by Females Who Side HustleYour seat at the table for the behind the scenes of what being in business is really like.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify Chalk and Ink: The Podcast for Teachers Who Write and Writers Who TeachChalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the show
This is my favorite episode to date! I speak with Alex Castilla, an incredibly accomplished experimental physicist, a student of painting, and one of my Patreon supporters. This episode is a mentorship session I had with Alex: he asked me brilliantly incisive questions about painting and I did my best to cover them in the most in-depth way possible. Alex requested that we make this mentorship session public so that everyone may benefit from it, so you should be thankful to him for the release of this episode.  To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.com
Jesse Smith is a decorated tattoo artist. You might know him from season two of Ink Master - now available on Netflix. His work is absolutely incredible, and the show is really fun, I recommend checking it out. Jesse’s won numerous awards for his tattoo work and has been featured in almost every tattoo publication out there. He tattoos at his own shop in Richmond, Virginia called Loose Screw Tattoo, and although he is no longer taking on new clients, he is always taking submissions for future clients, so if you are interested in getting tattooed by him in the future, you can do so via the Contact section of his website.Jesse's website:  https://jessesmithtattoos.com/ Jesse's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessesmithtattoos/ Jesse's apparel: https://onetrickponyapparel.com/To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James
Ilya Gefter is a painter, art educator and the founder and director of the Visual Art Center in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Ilya has shown in 14 solo exhibitions before he was 40, he’s won numerous prestigious awards, and his work can be found in notable public collections in the US, Canada, Spain, and Israel. He has written for Ha’artez newspaper, and has done curatorial work for Rothschild Gallery in Tel Aviv. Ilya is an exceptional artist and thinker and a tremendous inspiration to me, so I’m very excited to bring his voice and his ideas to all of you. Ilya's website: https://www.ilyagefter.com/Ilya's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ2DRWhnRa4r0NOB7XZ6gUAIlya's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ilyagefter.art/To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.com
If you’re a student of the craft, you’re going to love this one. I don’t have a guest, or rather I don’t have a single guest, instead I have a panel of my Patreon supporters asking me their most pressing questions about painting and drawing, and I provide the most thorough answers I can, including my maximally nerdy analysis. To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James.
Todd M. Casey is an artist, author, and art educator extraordinaire. His work won numerous awards in recent years, and can be found in collections across the the United States. He currently teaches at the Academy of Art university, Massachusetts College of Art, the Art Students League, and also independently. His book “The Art of Still Life” is currently sold-out, but might be back in print soon, so keep an eye out for that incredible resource. Todd's website: https://toddmcasey.comTodd's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/toddmcaseyTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshen For more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James.
Bryan Mark Taylor is an American painter and educator. Bryan won numerous awards in national and international shows and his work has been shown in museums across the world. He’s regularly featured in publications such as Fine Art Connoisseur, Plein Air, Southwest Art, American Art Collector, Imagine FX, and American Artist Workshop. Bryan taught courses around the country including the Academy of Art University, Pixar, and the Scottsdale Artists School. In 2019, he co-founded the popular online art school Sentient Academy and he is also the developer of the popular STRADA easel, used by plain air artists worldwide. Follow Bryan on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryanmarktaylor/ Bryan’s website: https://bryanmarktaylor.com/To support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James.
Juliette Aristides is the founder and instructor of the Aristides Atelier at the Gage Academy of Fine Art in Seattle.  Juliette teaches workshops both nationally and internationally. She is the author of  Classical Drawing Atelier, Classical Painting Atelier, Lessons in Classical Drawing and Lessons in Classical Painting, her books provide an overview of traditional drawing and painting skills and within each book are exercises related to improving your artistic practice. She exhibits in one person and group shows nationally including a solo exhibition, “Observations” at the Reading Public Museum of Art in Reading—Pennsylvania, an upcoming exhibition called 'A life's work' at the Customs House Museum in Clarksville TN, and her 4th Atelier show at the Maryhill museum of art. For more from Juliette please visit: https://www.aristidesarts.comTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James.
Roni Yoffe is an Israeli painter, illustrator, and a teacher of painting and drawing. She is the founder and admin of the largest, most active, and fastest growing art-related Israeli Facebook group called Beit Sefer LeTziyur, which means “school of painting”. She also runs multiple instagram accounts devoted to art history and education. You may find links to Roni’s pages below:https://www.facebook.com/groups/beitseferletziyurhttps://www.instagram.com/art_in_hebrew/https://www.instagram.com/artists_of_the20th_century/https://www.instagram.com/women_painters_hebrew/https://www.instagram.com/myths_legends_hebrew/https://www.instagram.com/portrait_reference/https://www.instagram.com/painting_animals_hebrewTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMy thanks to Adaam James for the opening theme, and for audio corrections.
Clinton Hobart is a fine artist, and a Licensed Disney Fine Artist. He uses a wide variety of subjects in his practice: from the classical fruit and eggshells to the contemporary Mickey Mouse and Doritos. His Disney paintings are technically still-lifes, because he paints them from physical objects. When the objects he wants to paint aren’t available, he often builds elaborate "Sets" to work from. He has been featured on NBC News, FOX News, The CW, ABC News, and American Artist magazine. You can learn more about Clinton and his work at: https://www.clintonhobart.comTo support the ART'S COOL podcast please visit: https://www.patreon.com/kengoshenFor more from Ken Goshen please visit: https://www.kengoshen.comMusic by Adaam James.
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Mehrnoush Badpar

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