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Molly Valentine Dierks

Molly Valentine Dierks is a Texas-based artist who explores the expanding field of sculpture through her work across media including performance, installation and digital media. Molly received her BA in Behavioral Psychology from Dartmouth College, a Post Baccalaureate degree in Sculpture and Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University and her MFA in Art and Design from the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan. She has participated in exhibitions...


Kylin O'Brien

Kylin is a multidisciplinary artist whose work employs ancient symbolism, ritualistic repetition, transformative energy, natural and supernatural systems and the physics of space, material and process. Kylin holds degrees in Philosophy from Vassar College and in Creative Practice from Leeds Arts University in the UK, where she was awarded an associate lectureship while pursuing advanced multimedia studies. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and has had solo exhibitions in New York...


Cari Freno

Cari Freno (b. Cleveland, Ohio) is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her work draws inspiration from the fields of psychology and education and their focus on the human condition. Cari has exhibited both nationally and internationally including venues in Chongqing, China and Berlin, Germany. Her work has been exhibited at Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, South Carolina and in various other national exhibitions. She was an artist-in-residence at the...

Verónica Peña

Verónica Peña is an interdisciplinary artist and independent curator from Spain based in the United States. Her work explores the themes of absence, separation, and the search for harmony through Performance Art. Peña is also interested in migration policies, cross-cultural dialogue, and women’s empowerment. Recent works include participatory performances that create shared moments amongst strangers. Peña has performed in various countries around Europe, Asia, and America. In the United...


Janice Sloane

Janice Sloane is a NY-based artist who works with themes of decay and impermanence. She has had solo exhibitions at The Shala Yoga House in NYC, Gallery 117, Governors Island Art Fair, Repair Shop Gallery in Mexico DF, Art Resources Transfer Inc. and Galeria Art Vance Mexico D.F. Her work has been included in group shows in spaces such as: Temporary Storage, Equity Gallery, Westbury Community College, Bullet Space, SPRING/BREAK, and David & Schweitzer Co. among others. She has been an artist...


Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown is a Maine-based artist who makes biomorphic sculptures and drawings that explore our relationship to living systems. Her work has been featured in exhibitions across the United States, including works at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, the Ann Arbor Art Center, and The Delaware Contemporary. In 2018, Jackie received a Lighton International Travel Grant to spend three months as an Artist-in-Residence at the European Ceramic Work Center in the Netherlands. She has also...


Rosary Solimanto

Activist artist Rosary Solimanto, explores oppression and societal stigmas living with multiple sclerosis evolving into her international artistic career. She approaches disABILITY identity, biology, healthcare and medicine from a humanitarian perspective. Solimanto graduated with her MFA from SUNY New Paltz in 2015 and since exhibited and performed across the US, Toronto, London, Greece, China and Spain, and featured in twelve international museums. Awards include Unlimit Fellowship from...


Jen Shepard

Jen Shepard is originally from East Texas and currently lives and works in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She received her MFA from the University of Texas at Tyler and also achieved a second masters degree in design at Pratt Institute. Recent exhibitions include Verblist at E. Tay Gallery in New York City, Ortega 100 at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Brooklyn, Goodbye Times Bitch, a solo exhibition at Brooklyn Wayfarer's TOBY project space, Do It Yourself at Livestream Public in Bushwick, and Here/Not...


Brett Wallace

Brett Wallace is a New York-based artist whose practice involves an exploration of the future of work. He recently founded AMAZING INDUSTRIES, a research and development startup and ongoing artwork that demystifies the future of work and advocates for workers in the digital age. AMAZING INDUSTRIES has been shown at Silas Von Morisse Gallery, New York, SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2018, New York, Reshaping Work, Amsterdam and has been reviewed and mentioned in ARTnews, Artslant, Hyperallergic and...


Borgman Lenk

Danish artist Anna Borgman and German artist Candy Lenk have been working together since 2011 to create public sculptures that explore notions of place, space, and human’s relationship with history and situation. Anna and Candy won numerous art competitions and have produced work for the state guest and federal government reception building at the new airport in Berlin. Among other projects, they are currently implementing an art project for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate...


Bonam Kim

Bonam Kim is a Brooklyn-based sculptor whose work speaks to her experiences of displacement and her struggle with cultural identity. Bonam received her received a BFA and MFA degree from Hong-ik University in Seoul, South Korea. In 2016, she completed her second MFA in sculpture at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. She was featured as an emerging artist from DongBangYoGae, Art in Culture magazine in Seoul. Also, she was nominated for the Dedalus Foundation MFA Fellowship. She has participated...


Thomas Lendvai

Brooklyn-based artist Thomas Lendvai transforms everyday construction materials into large-scale, site-responsive, sculptural experiences that celebrate the intrinsic and elemental value inherent within the materials and explore the notion of self. Through his work, Thomas melds his knowledge of carpentry, taught to him by his father at an early age, with his interest in modernist and post-modernist theory of sculpture and philosophical and scientific definitions of time and space. Thomas’...


Jason File

Jason File (b.1976, USA) is an artist, university lecturer in fine art, and war crimes prosecutor who lives and works between Brooklyn, NY, London, UK and The Hague, Netherlands. He holds degrees in fine art from the Chelsea College of Arts, London, and the Royal Academy of Art, Netherlands (2013), where he currently teaches. He also holds degrees in the humanities, social sciences, and law from Yale (1998), Oxford (2000) and Yale Law School (2004). File’s work has been recognized through...


Zahar Vaks

Zahar Vaks is a visual artist who was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and currently lives and works in Brooklyn New York. Zahar’s paintings are material narratives actualized by a multi-sensory approach to making. He earned his BFA from Tyler School of Art, and his MFA from The Ohio State University. He has shown in New York, Philadelphia, Columbus, Las Vegas, Houston, Vienna, and on the island of Svalbard in Norway. This summer Zahar was invited to participate in the Rauschenberg Residency. He...


Sky Kim

Sky Kim was born in Seoul, Korea and received a Master’s Degree in Painting at Pratt Institute in New York. She is a recipient of the National Museum of Contemporary Art’s National Korean Art Competition Award and a Pratt Institute Art Grant. She has exhibited in galleries, museums and art fairs throughout the U.S. and Korea, including the DUMBO Arts Festival, Gwangju Biennale, MOCA DC and Governors Island Art Fair. Her work has been reviewed in The Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, The...


Dana Levy

Dana Levy was born in Tel Aviv Israel and currently lives and works in New York. She holds an MA in Electronic Imaging from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Scotland, and a BA from Camberwell College of Art in London. She has had solo shows at Rosenfeld Gallery (2004, Tel Aviv), the Haifa Museum of Art (2004, Haifa), Tavi Dresdner Gallery (2008, Tel Aviv), Habres and Partner Gallery (2009, Vienna), Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, (2010, NYC), The Center for Contemporary Art (2012, Tel...


Rhia Hurt

Rhia Hurt is a fine artist currently based in New York City. She received her MFA in Painting at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2009 and has since shown her artwork in California, New York, Berlin, and Toronto. Her work is in private collections throughout the United States. In addition to her studio art practice, Hurt is also the founder and Executive Director of Trestle Gallery, an arts organization in Brooklyn, NY. All images courtesy of the artist Blue Violin Acrylic and...


Rebecca Pristoop

Rebecca Pristoop is a New York-based curator, art historian, and performance artist. Her interests lie with contemporary art that engages politics or cuts through the limitations of traditional media. With a soft spot for installation, she is fascinated with discourses on art and craft. As a curator, Rebecca prioritizes intellectual adventure and convention challenging exhibitions, while as a researcher she revels in uncovering unknown artists and giving them their proper recognition. She...


Kelly Worman

Kelly Worman is an artist, curator, professor, and archivist based out of New York City. She holds an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute (2011) in New York, and an M.A. in Culture, Criticism, and Curation with distinction from Central Saint Martins (2015) in London. Worman teaches at Pratt Institute in New York. She exhibits her work internationally and is included in an array of private collections. Recent exhibitions this year include "Summer of Love" at Freight + Volume in New York, NY, "WE:...


Joshua Leibowitz

Joshua Liebowitz is a New York based artist working with research and assemblage. Liebowitz’s works have been shown at CAFA International Gallery, Beijing; Transmitter Gallery, New York; ISCP, Pioneer Works, The Boiler|Pierogi, and NARS Foundation (New York), amongst others. His commissions include The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church; Flux Factory; Electric Objects, and his works have been discussed in a variety of publications, including The Atlantic; Art News; ArtFCity; Jacket 2;...