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An array of works from the Zenith Gallery in Washington D.C. greets Superfine! Art Festival visitors as they enter the event on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Superfine! is a festival that travels from New York to Washington D.C. to Miami to showcase innovative contemporary artists and their works.   
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University of Maryland student Jacky Cruz-Castillo picks up a business card from one of the artist’s booths at Superfine! Art Festival. She is a senior studio art major at the university.
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An artist from the Virago art collective in Brooklyn, New York comments on a textural piece made by the all-female group at Superfine! Art Festival. All work on display was priced for purchase by visitors.  
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D.C. artist Noel Kassewitz addresses a crowd of people interested in her environmental works at Superfine! on Saturday, November 3, 2018.
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A Superfine! a visitor snaps a photo of Arlington, Virginia artist Scott Hutchinson’s colorful figural work at Superfine! on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Visitors were encouraged to take pictures of work they were interested in purchasing.
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Two visitors discuss their favorite works on display at Superfine! on Saturday, November 3, 2018.    
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Superfine! art festival in D.C. was packed with visitors and contemporary art collectors by noon on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Many of the artists at the festival are local to the district.
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Washington D.C. based painter and illustrator Martin Swift works on a large mural at Superfine! on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Several artists painted murals outdoors throughout the four-day event.  
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Wayson Jones, an artist from Brentwood, Maryland, discusses his textual, black-and-white pieces with an interested Superfine! visitor.
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Chris Roberts-Antieau of the Antieau Gallery from New Orleans displayed his work at Superfine! on Saturday, November 3, 2018. Taking on representing everything from Lincoln to Lil Wayne in his work, he says his art is about joy and the mysterious wonder of childhood.
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The 36-24-36 Project displayed work at Superfine! that emphasized the importance of body positivity through several individual photographs of various parts of the female body set in front of a pink backdrop.  

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