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Duke Riley's "Now Those Days Are Gone," inside Magnan Metz gallery (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


(courtesy of Magnan Metz)


Photograph of Riley's "<a href="http://gothamist.com/2016/04/26/duke_riley_fly_by_night.php">Fly by Night</a>" in April 2016 (<a href="http://todseelie.com/">Tod Seelie</a> / Gothamist)



"Now Those Days Are Gone," seashell mosaic on mahogany (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


Duke Riley's "Now Those Days Are Gone," inside Magnan Metz gallery (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


(courtesy of Magnan Metz)



Duke Riley's "Now Those Days Are Gone," inside Magnan Metz gallery (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


(courtesy of Magnan Metz)



(courtesy of Magnan Metz)


Detail of Riley's "The Nature of Abhorrence vs the Abhorrence of Nature," made from colored tile composite mosaic on wood panel (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


"Fly by Night" pigeons on the East River waterfront (<a href="http://todseelie.com/">Tod Seelie</a> / Gothamist)



Duke Riley's "A Semi-Accurate Depiction of the Baylander" (courtesy of Magnan Metz)


(courtesy of Magnan Metz)


(courtesy of Magnan Metz)


"Fly by Night" pigeons (<a href="http://todseelie.com/">Tod Seelie</a> / Gothamist)