Meaghan Kent

MEAGHAN KENT is the Founder and Director of SITE95 and the Interim Director of the new Ballston Gallery at Marymount University. Kent has been a gallery director for the past fifteen years where she managed the careers of internationally emerging and established artists and coordinated exhibitions locally and worldwide.

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Janet Kim

JANET KIM is a graphic designer living in New York City. Originally from Philadelphia, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in psychology and communication and also has a graphic design degree from Parsons The New School for Design. Read More

Megan Kohlmiller

MEGAN KOHLMILLER, is an artist and educator living in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from Western Pennsylvania, Megan has a B.A. in Art History and an M.A. in Art Education from The Pennsylvania State University. Read More

Beth Maycumber

BETH MAYCUMBER is currently working on a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies at Florida State University; she also holds an M.A. in U.S. History from the University of North Florida, and a B.A. Read More

Jennifer Soosaar

JENNIFER SOOSAAR is a scientist whose published works include articles and textbook chapters. She delights in helping people understand concepts outside of their knowledge comfort zone — especially those of artists and scientists who are creating new ways of understanding or relating to the world.   Read More

Wayne Adams

Wayne Adams is a Brooklyn-based artist who received his BFA from Calvin College and MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Adams has exhibited throughout the Midwest, New York and Vienna, Austria. Read More

Nils Folke Anderson

NILS FOLKE ANDERSON’S work is based on the concept of reciprocal linkage. Borrowed from internet terminology, reciprocal linkage is used to describe how multiple websites are linked to each other. Anderson’s work itself can range from simple to complex, always playing with frame, interconnectedness and form, while every element is weighted the same and has the same relationship to the others. Read More

John James Anderson

JOHN JAMES ANDERSON grew up in a test market in Bettendorf, Iowa, where he was subjected to Pepsi Clear, Pizza Hut’s triple-decker, and countless news reports of pig farmers biting the bullet (literally) due to falling hog futures. Read More

Doug Ashford

DOUG ASHFORD is an artist, writer and teacher at The Cooper Union where he has worked for over 20 years.  His principle art practice from 1982 to 1996 was the artists’ collaborative Group Material, which produced exhibitions and public projects internationally. Read More

Naomi Asselin

NAOMI ASSELIN was born and raised in the heart of Minnesota. She made her way to Brooklyn two years ago after obtaining her BFA in painting, drawing, printmaking, and Art History at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Read More

Matteah Baim

MATTEAH BAIM was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When she was 13, she purchased her first guitar and first record from a basement pawn shop. At the age of 17, Baim moved to California to study painting and drawing at the San Francisco Art Institute. Read More

Lisa Banner

LISA A. BANNER is an art historian who teaches at SUNY Purchase, and an independent curator of old master and contemporary art exhibitions, including “The Spanish Manner: Drawings from Ribera to Goya,” at The Frick Collection, and recently, “Light Matter” at the Pelham Art Center. Read More

Agnes Barley

For “Dead in August,” AGNES BARLEY presents a “Wave Collage.” Barley’s “Wave Collages” are a series of works on paper based on the structure of waves. The waves’ imagined architecture evolved from remote forms to swelling structures and finally deconstructed into minimal references. Read More

Sandra Beasley

SANDRA BEASLEY is the author of I Was the Jukebox, winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize, and Theories of Falling, winner of the New Issues Poetry Prize. Other honors for her work include selection for the 2010 Best American Poetry, the 2010 University of Mississippi Summer Poet in Residence position, a DCCAH Artist Fellowship, the Friends of Literature Prize from the Poetry Foundation, and the Maureen Egen Exchange Award from Poets & Writers. Read More

Noah Becker

Artist NOAH BECKER was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1970 and grew up in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and studied at the Victoria College of Art. Becker is Editor-in-Chief of Whitehot Magazine, an online contemporary art magazine he founded in 2006, and has written on contemporary art for numerous publications, including Art in America. Read More

Susan Bee

SUSAN BEE is a painter, editor, teacher, and book artist, living in New York City. She has had six solo shows at A.I.R. Gallery, and has published many artist’s books. Bee is the co-editor with Mira Schor of “M/E/A/N/I/N/G: An Anthology of Artist’s Writings, Theory, and Criticism,” published by Duke University Press in 2000. Read More

Sue de Beer

SUE DE BEER lives and works in New York. De Beer collaborated with Andy Comer for the project Radio Play, at The Kitchen in October 2009. Her work Permanent Revolution was shown at MuHKA Museum in Antwerp in 2008, curated by Dieter Roelstraete. Read More

Loriel Beltran

LORIEL BELTRAN was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1985. At age fifteen, he moved to Miami where he obtained a BFA from New World School of the Arts in Electronic Intermedia. Read More

Brent Birnbaum

BRENT BIRNBAUM was born in Dallas, Texas in the year of the snake. Most people are more surprised that he is not on facebook than learning his cousin invented the Bedazzler. Read More

Nicolas Bourriaud

NICOLAS BOURRIAUD is the Director of the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-arts de Paris since December 2011. He was Gulbenkian Curator for Contemporary Art at Tate Britain, London (2007/ 2010) and advisor for the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in Kiev before heading the studies department at the ministry of culture in France. Read More

Daniel Bozhkov

DANIEL BOZHKOV is an artist based in New York. He is currently an Associate Professor of Art at Hunter College, and has taught at Columbia University and Yale University School of Art. Read More

Hunter Braithwaite

HUNTER BRAITHWAITE is a freelance writer based in Miami. He has covered the arts in Shanghai, Paris, New York,and Miami for various publications, including Artforum Online,,,, NY Arts Magazine,Whitehot MagazineTime Out Shanghai, and City Weekend Shanghai. Read More

Peter Brock

PETER BROCK was born in Washington DC, and spent his adolescence in the San Francisco Bay Area. During those years he often roamed the alley-ways and train tracks admiring detritus. As an undergraduate, he studied economic and political development. Read More

David Brooks

DAVID BROOKS is a New York based artist whose work considers the relationship between the individual and the built and natural environment. His work investigates how cultural concerns cannot be divorced from the natural world, while also questioning the terms under which nature is perceived and utilized. Read More

Jude Broughan

New Zealand born, Brooklyn-based artist JUDE BROUGHAN graduated from the School of Visual Arts and is currently an MFA candidate at Hunter College. Recent exhibitions include “Written by Snakes” at Churner & Churner, “Best of 2012” at Soloway, “Nauscopy” at Chashama 461 Gallery, and “More Songs about Buildings and Food” at Newman Popiashivili Gallery. Read More


Brooklyn-based artist MATTHEW BROWNELL’S current work uses pattern, repetition and difference to combine elements of minimalism, abstraction, Op-art, and psychedelia. The use of non-traditional media allows him to reference the past and at the same time confound notions of it. Read More

Diana Bruk

DIANA BRUK was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and grew up in New York City. She studied creative writing at Sarah Lawrence College, and received her Masters in Comparative Literature at the University of Oxford. Read More


MR. CASTILLO has unrivaled experience and expertise. He has been practicing fine art for over 50 years, advising some the most noteworthy companies in the Dominican Republic and nearly all the major corporations in Latin America. Read More

Emmy Catedral

EMMY CATEDRAL is an artist based in New York. Her work has been shown at The Queens Museum of Art, Flux Factory, LaMama Experimental Theatre Club, The New York Historical Society, Bronx River Art Center and others. Read More

Maureen Cavanaugh

MAUREEN CAVANAUGH, a Nebraska native and Brooklyn based artist, studied painting in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Cavanaugh works with different types of media including paper collage, wire drawings, and paintings. Her paintings are built up of light layers with oil paint to create a washed down effect, setting figures in both abstract and interior environments. Read More

Naomi Clark

NAOMI CLARK received her MFA in painting from Pratt Institute. Her initial collaboration with Fort Makers, “The Blanket Project,” was a natural progression from the work she did for her senior thesis show. Read More

Simon Critchley

SIMON CRITCHLEY is Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research. He also teaches at Tilburg University and the European Graduate School. His many books include Very Little…Almost Nothing, Infinitely Demanding, The Book of Dead Philosophers, The Faith of the Faithless, and, most recently with Tom McCarthy, The Mattering of Matter: Documents from the Archive of the International Necronautical Society. Read More

Aaron S. Davidson

MELISSA DUBBIN AND AARON S. DAVIDSON have an ongoing collaborative practice that combines various media. Recent solo shows include exhibitions at Audio Visual Arts (AVA), New York (2013), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway (2012), and The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland (2012). Read More

Richard Demarco

 RICHARD DEMARCO is a Scottish artist. He has been one of Scotland’s most influential advocates for contemporary art and performance through his work at the Richard Demarco Gallery and the Demarco European Art Foundation, as well as his professorship at Kingston University in London. Read More

Peter Demos

PETER DEMOS’ current body of black and white monochromes addresses themes of opticality, repetition, and surface. The monochromes utilize different surface qualities in order to determine the visual structure of the paintings. Read More

Cara Despain

CARA DESPAIN is an artist working in film and video, sculpture, drawing and installation. Despain was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and currently lives and works in Miami, Florida. She holds a BFA from the University of Utah (2006). Read More

Julie Dickover

JULIE DICKOVER is the director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida, where she has organized exhibitions by artists such as Montreal based video artist Julie Lequin and photographer Mark Ruwedel, as well as a collaborative interdisciplinary project and exhibition with Portland, Oregon based artist Harrell Fletcher. Read More


Conceptual negation becomes a tool within the photographic sculptures created by NATHAN DILWORTH. This Brooklyn based artist utilizes this negotiation as definition in much the same way that negative space defines positive space and vice versa. Read More

Tyler Emerson-Dorsch

TYLER EMERSON-DORSCH is a partner at Dorsch Gallery in Miami, FL and a graduate of Bard’s Center for Curatorial Studies. Since joining the gallery in 2008, she has brought in several visiting curators to organize shows: Milena Hoegsberg (Sweden), Megha Ralapati (Chicago), Christina Linden (California), Catherine Anne Hollingsworth (Florida), Terri C. Read More

Melissa Dubbin

MELISSA DUBBIN AND AARON S. DAVIDSON have an ongoing collaborative practice that combines various media. Recent solo shows include exhibitions at Audio Visual Arts (AVA), New York (2013), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway (2012), and The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland (2012). Read More

Geoffrey Farmer

GEOFFREY FARMER studied at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and the San Francisco Art Institute. Recent solo exhibitions include, Project Arts Centre, (with Jeremy Millar), Dublin (2011); REDCAT, Los Angeles (2011); Walter Philips Gallery, Banff (2010); Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City (2010) and Witte de With, Rotterdam (2008). Read More

George Ferrandi

GEORGE FERRANDI is an artist with a hybrid studio practice and a rooftop garden in Brooklyn, New York. She works in a range of media, but often directly employs the poetics/specifics of her life as her context. Read More

Emilia Galatis

EMILIA GALATIS is interested in arts ability to provoke thought and impact an audience beyond gallery walls. Galatis is passionate about sharing the diversity of contemporary Aboriginal art practice with a wider audience and finding new avenues for remote artists to express themselves. Read More

Christy Gast

Sculptor and video artist CHRISTY GAST grew up in rural Ohio and currently lives and works in Miami. For past projects, Gast has tap danced around Lake Okeechobee, performed as a mermaid on trapeze and a cowgirl with an inflatable desert, and written and recorded a cappella folk ballads about women in the military. Read More

Tyler Gorky

TYLER GORKY completed his BA in Film Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder.  He is a filmmaker who has also been assisting in the production of music videos, television, commercials, and art exhibits in New York City for the past year. Read More

Michelle Grabner

MICHELLE GRABNER lives and works in Chicago and Waupaca County, Wisconsin. She is a professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a visiting critic in Painting and Printmaking at Yale. Read More

Sabrina Granados

SABRINA GRANADOS is currently pursuing her BFA with emphasis in Art History, Theory, and Criticism from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has participated in exhibitions with The Miami Art Museum, Art Basel Miami, 11TH Havana Biennial, Artseen Gallery, WetHeat Projects, YoungArts Foundation and SUGs Gallery Chicago.  Read More

Diane Granahan

DIANE GRANAHAN is an artist, designer and musician currently residing in Los Angeles, California. She is a co-founder and former proprietor of the Invisible Birds record label and has performed as a member of the Ingenting Kollektiva.  Read More

Tamsen Greene

TAMSEN GREENE is a freelance writer based in New York, as well as the Director of Jack Shainman Gallery. She has written extensively on Japanese artists, both contemporary and postwar, and has published feature articles in Modern Painters on Kazuo Shiraga and Shinro Ohtake. Read More

Aramis Gutierrez

ARAMIS GUTIERREZ was born in 1975 in Pittsburgh, PA of Venezuelan, Slavic and Scottish decent. He received a BFA in painting from Cooper Union in 1998 and studied an additional 5 years in post-baccalaureate studies. Read More


LAUREN VAN HAAFTEN-SCHICK is a curator, artist and writer from New York. She is currently organizing “Non-Participation,” a collection of letters by cultural producers written to decline their participation in events by organizations and institutions for political and ethical reasons. Read More

Lina Hargrett

LINA HARGRETT is a freelance art writer and consultant. She was born in Miami, Florida and grew up in San José, Costa Rica. From the University of Costa Rica she received a Bachelor degree in Art History and quickly moved to New York. Read More

Rebecca Harris

Since graduating with a degree in Art History from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, REBECCA HARRIS has gained broad research, project and writing experience within a number of arts organizations including Tate Britain, the Barbican Centre, Modern Painters Magazine as well as galleries including Hauser & Wirth. Read More

Micol Hebron

MICOL HEBRON is an artist, professor, writer & independent curator in Los Angeles. She is assistant professor of New Genres at Chapman University and is represented by Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles. Read More

Pablo Helguera

PABLO HELGUERA (Mexico City, 1971) creates work that focuses on history, pedagogy, sociolinguistics and anthropology in formats such as lectures, museum displays, performance and written fiction. His project The School of Panamerican Unrest (2003-2011), an early example of pedagogically-focused social practice, consisted of a nomadic think-tank that physically crossed the continent by car from Anchorage to Tierra del Fuego. Read More

Kati Henderson

KATI HENDERSON studied visual arts and biology for her undergraduate degree at Princeton University. She is currently living in New York, after making the jump from New Jersey, in search of a career that combines her interests in the arts and sciences. Read More


PATRICIA MARGARITA HERNANDEZ lives and works in Miami, FL where she received a BFA from the New World School of the Arts in 2008. Hernandez has produced and created content often taking the form of performances, programming platforms, and alternative education structures. Read More

Anthony Huberman

ANTHONY HUBERMAN is a curator and writer based in San Fransico. He is currently the director of CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts. He was previously director of The Artist’s Institute and a distinguished lecturer at Hunter College. Read More

David Johnson

DAVID JOHNSON’S current research involves the relationship between the built environment and its inhabitants. By focusing on small mundane objects and the quality of lighting, his abstracted photographs of office spaces, domestic environments and exhibition spaces highlight the strained relationship between self and place. Read More

Pooja Kakar

POOJA KAKAR is currently working on her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies focusing on Comparative Cultures and Identities and the History of Art at The University of Michigan. Raised in New York City, she has cultivated a passion for the vibrant culture and fast pace of the city. Read More

Megan Koboldt

MEGAN KOBOLDT is a free-lance writer and art historian based in St. Louis. While studying art history at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, she has gained research and project experience with presenting research at the URS symposium and St. Read More

Myeongsoo Kim

MYEONGSOO KIM is a Korean artist living in Brooklyn, NY (Born 1980). In 2011 he received his MFA from the Yale University School of Art. Since 2011, he has shown his work at numerous venues, including RH Gallery in NY, Bodega in Philadelphia and Virginia Commonwealth University at Richmond, VA. Read More

Jolynn Krystosek

JOLYNN KRYSTOSEK is a Brooklyn-based artist who works in a variety of materials creating works with an enticing mix of allusions to painting, sculpture, and decorative form. She received her BFA from San Francisco State University in San Francisco, California and her MFA from Hunter College in New York, NY. Read More

Tyler Lafreniere

TYLER LAFRENIERE was born and raised in the town of Camden, Maine. From a young age he expressed his greatest love for sculpture, drawing, art and creating badass design. Since childhood, Lafreniere has continued through on the path to mastery. Read More


ROBERTO CARLOS LANGE is a composer and sound artist born in South Florida currently living in Brooklyn. Lange’s musical pieces and videos are adjusted and aligned with the moment in which they exist; they are constructed through improvised performances and accidental happenings. Read More

Amanda Leigh

AMANDA LEIGH is a young British-American writer, interested in London popular society in the 1920s and Oxford music scene in the 1990s. She is currently working on a novel about Britpop. Read More

Nicole Lenzi

NICOLE LENZI’S interest in unconventional drawing began during undergraduate in a class called Experimental Drawing and continued through her graduate school studies. Her work examines how drawing and space can affect and redefine the other. Read More

Hikmet Sidney Loe

HIKMET SIDNEY LOE teaches art history at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and for the Venture Program, Utah Humanities Council. She is an author, curator and lecturer with expertise in Land art; her research on Robert Smithson’s earthwork the Spiral Jetty has led to her cumulative work, The Spiral Jetty Encyclo: Exploring Robert Smithson’s Earthwork through Time and Place (forthcoming, as is a book chapter on the earthwork). Read More

Francesco Longenecker

FRANCESCO LONGENECKER’S recent drawings inspired by traditional cel animation look at the relationship between architecture and landscape through invented space. Where cel animation uses physical layering to separate the background from subject, he is using the layers to connect the background and subject. Read More

Christian Maychack

CHRISTIAN MAYCHACK’S current work focuses on the manner in which we have become adept at navigating the continuum between physical space and abstract mental space. Using the language of abstract painting and the modernist grid, the pieces reflect into an illusionistic space without fully relinquishing their sense of physicality. Read More

Russell Maycumber

RUSSELL MAYCUMBER lives and works in St. Augustine, Florida where he completed his BFA in 2006. Maycumber was included in “Everything Must Go” at Casey Kaplan, New York last summer. He has shown extensively in the Jacksonville and St. Read More

Ross McDonnell

ROSS MCDONNELL is an artist based in New York and Dublin. Previous exhibitions include MINE with Isolation Room, Lemp Brewery, St Louis, 2012. the new brilliant, Draiocht Arts Centre, Dublin, 2009. Read More

Daniel McGrath

DANIEL MCGRATH is an adjunct professor in the art department at Webster University in St. Louis. In 2005, he received his Master of Arts from Kings College – University of London. Read More

Ryan McNamara

RYAN MCNAMARA creates situation-specific works that collectively form an expanded view of participation within art production. His works involve other artists, viewers, and dance professionals as collaborators. He forms a unique social discourse, developing events that break with traditional notions of performance and embrace realism and interaction as necessary aspects of the viewing experience. Read More

Christina Mesiti

CHRISTINA MESITI currently divides her time between her hometown, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. She graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Painting and art history. Her work explores issues surrounding the human relationship to place and landscape. Read More

Sabine Mirlesse

SABINE MIRLESSE grew up between Los Angeles, California and New Haven, Connecticut in the United States. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies and English Literature from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and additionally studied for one year at the Universiteit van Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Read More


GEAN MORENO is an artist based in Miami. His work has been exhibited at the North Miami MoCA, Kunsthaus Palais Thum and Taxis, Bregenz, Institute of Visual Arts in Milwaukee, Haifa Museum, Israel, Arndt & Partner, Zurich, and Invisible-Exports, New York. Read More

Liz Mund

LIZ MUND is a writer, designer and teacher currently living in Denver, Colorado. Her work is playful and poignant, drawing on personal experience to connect the subjective and objective experience. Liz has been published in several trade magazines and is completing an upcoming mythic fiction novel, “Beyond the Goat Tree.” Read More

Jessica Naresh

JESSICA NARESH is co-owner of The Art Registry, an art consulting and events firm in Washington, DC. She received a Bachelors Degree in Art History from Tulane University. Her introduction to the contemporary art world was as an intern at Casey Kaplan, NY. Read More


ERNESTO OROZA lives and works in Aventura. He earned a degree at the Havana Superior Institute of Design. Oroza is author of the book Objets Réinventés. La création populaire à Cuba (Paris, 2002). Read More

Mario Pais

MARIO PAIS was born is Brazil where he studied Art & Design by the Universidade Paulista. In 1999, he moved  to the United States and worked for Habatat galleries. In 2012, he moved back to Brazil and assists Studio 0216 as the International Public Relations Director. Read More

The People’s Library

THE PEOPLE’S LIBRARY is the collective, public, open library of the Occupy Wall Street leaderless resistance movement. Located in the northeast corner of Liberty Plaza during the height of the occupation, the library provided free, open and unrestricted access to our collection of books, magazines, newspapers, ‘zines, pamphlets and other materials that had been donated, collected, gathered and discovered during the occupation. Read More

Christina Pettersson

Miami-based artist CHRISTINA PETTERSSON creates drawings, video, and sculptural installations. Pettersson is currently an artist-in-residence at the Deering Estate, Miami and had a recent solo exhibition at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida. Read More

Anna Plesset

ANNA PLESSET is a painter based in Brooklyn. She received a BFA from Cornell University and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Currently, Plesset is an artist-in-residence at the Abrons Arts Center. Read More

Alexandra Posen

ALEXANDRA POSEN’S visual art, which first begun as a fluid continuation of her theatrical work, is now the heart of her practice. She has been influenced by a contemplation of this interplay in other artists, and the allusive possibilities of abstraction to give form to this relation, most notably in FIELDS, an ongoing series of beeswax and mixed media drawings on paper. Read More

Carissa Potter

CARISSA POTTER is a person who lives in San Francisco, California. She currently is working on her first solo show at Wire and Nail Gallery and in the past she has shown at SomArts, E6 Gallery, 111 Minna and Treehouse Gallery.   Read More


OLIVIA RAMOS is a multidisciplinary artist that generates ideas from the realm of urbanism, her work is a dance between facts and possibilities, with insight to emotional and physical networks at a multitude of scales. Read More

Jordan Rathus

JORDAN RATHUS was born in Princeton, NJ in 1983. She studied at the Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division from 1994 to 2002. Rathus earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production from New York University, New York in 2005. Read More

Colette Robbins

COLETTE ROBBINS was born in St. Louis and lives and works in Queens, New York. She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA from Parsons, the New School for Design. Read More

Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova

LEYDEN RODRIGUEZ-CASANOVA immigrated with his parents to the United States from Cuba in 1980. He attended the Ringling School of Art and Design and the New World School of the Arts where he was awarded the Frances Wolfson Endowed Visual Arts Scholarship. Read More

Carolyn Salas

CAROLYN SALAS (b.Hollywood, California) is a sculptor and installation artist based in New York.  Salas received her BFA from The College of Santa Fe and her MFA from Hunter College.  She has exhibited in the USA and internationally at Urbis, UK, Gallery Nordine Zidoun, Luxembourg, Priska Juschka Fine Art, NY, Art Space, CT, Parisian Laundry, QC, the Berkshire Museum, MA, Casey Kaplan, NY, Torrence Art Museum, CA and the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, CA.   Read More

Sara Maria Salamone

SARA MARIA SALAMONE has always had a keen interest in art. After completeing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography from Hampshire College, she became avidly involved in the art scene in the Capital District by joining the Board of Directors for the Upstate Artist Guild and becoming Photo Editor for Upstate Magazine. Read More


Originally from Long Island and Northern New Jersey, AMANDA SANFILIPPO is currently based in Miami, FL. A writer and cultural producer focusing on contemporary art and institutions, Amanda has been engaged in exhibition-making, public programs, and lecturing since 2006 with a focus on kunsthalle and public site-based commissions. Read More


ENRIQUE SANTOS lives and works in Mexico City. Santos studied film direction at Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Santos works with photography, video, sculpture and painting whose references go back to the history of cinema, and also thrives on media, advertising, appropriation, collage, found images and the current social situation. Read More

Kris Scheifele

KRIS SCHEIFELE is an artist and writer based in New York. She received an MFA from Pratt Institute and a BFA and BA from Cornell University. She also attended Skowhegan and was a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant recipient. Read More

Eduardo Sarabia

EDUARDO SARABIA was born in Los Angeles and obtained a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles. Recent exhibitions include solo projects at Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City and the Tokyo Wonder Site, Japan. Read More

Kim Seymour

KIM SEYMOUR received her BFA from Oxford Brookes University in 2012.  Her work has been exhibited at Isolation Room / Gallery Kit, St. Louis, MO, Oxford Museum’s Gallery Room and Oxford Brookes University. Read More

Carolyn Sickles

CAROLYN SICKLES is the Studio and Gallery Programming Manager at the Abrons Arts Center of Henry Street Settlement. Sickles has worked in New York City and South Florida as an artist, curator and art educator, institutions include the New Museum, Teachers College of Columbia, New York University, Norton Museum of Art, and Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art. Read More

John Silvis

JOHN SILVIS is a Brooklyn-based artist and curator who has lived in New York since 1994. He received his MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna and has received numerous grants and awards, including a commission for the Essl Collection in Vienna. Read More

Xaviera Simmons

XAVIERA SIMMONS’S body of work spans photography, performance, video, sound, sculpture and installation. She defines her studio practice, which is rooted in an ongoing investigation of experience, memory, abstraction, present and future histories-specifically shifting notions surrounding landscape, character development and formal processes, as cyclical rather than linear. Read More

Chris Smith

CHRIS SMITH has exhibited at spaces like the Eyebeam Arts and Technology Center, the 3LD Art and Technology Center, the Grace Space, The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, The NYC Conflux City Festival, the Pelham Art Center and for The 13th DUMBO Arts Festival.  Read More

Chad Stayrook

CHAD STAYROOK (b. 1980, Columbus OH) is a living and breathing artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. Stayrook holds a MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute (2004), and BFA from Ohio University (2002). Read More

David Levi Strauss

DAVID LEVI STRAUSS is a writer and critic in New York. He is the author of From Head to Hand: Art & the Manual (Oxford University Press, 2010), Between the Eyes: Essays on Photography and Politics, with an introduction by John Berger (Aperture 2003), and Between Dog & Wolf: Essays on Art and Politics (Autonomedia 1999). Read More

Emily Stremming

EMILY STREMMING is a fine art photographer currently living in the St. Louis area. She received her BFA at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.  Her work examines the nature of space in a photograph and also plays on the language of photography and how the viewer interprets the image through certain connotations. Read More

Molly Surno

MOLLY SURNO (Los Angeles) works in film & video, installation and photography. Surno’s work is currently represented by Gasser Grunert Gallery and she will hold her first solo exhibition in 2013. Read More

Champneys Taylor

CHAMPNEYS TAYLOR was born in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1970 and lives in Washington, DC. Taylor is a 2012 fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts (VCCA). Between 2005 and 2007 he regularly exhibited work at Cynthia Broan (New York City). Read More

Emmy Thelander

EMMY THELANDER is a visual artist whose work spans painting, sculpture, and installation. She studied at RISD and Washington University in St. Louis, where she earned a BFA in 2010, and is currently receiving an MFA in painting from Yale University. Read More

Sam Trioli

SAM TRIOLI was born in 1984 in Concord, Massachusetts and grew up in New Hampshire.  He is a contemporary artist, curator and musician currently living and working in New York City. Read More

Frances Trombly

FRANCES TROMBLY was born in Miami, Florida, where she currently lives and works. She received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Recent solo exhibitions of her work include: “Not Paintings,” Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (2011), “Everything and Nothing,” Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia (2011), “Paintings, Girls’ Club,” Ft. Read More

Naama Tsabar

NAAMA TSABAR (b. 1982 Israel) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Tsabar has held solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, the Herziliya Museum for Contemporary Art, Israel, 2006, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, NY, Dvir Gallery, Israel, and Pianissimo Gallery, Milan. Read More

Marie Vic

MARIE VIC is a French artist who lives and works in New York City. She received her Diplôme d’Architecte from E.S.A (Paris) in 2007 and completed her MFA in photography at Parsons the New School for Design in 2010. Read More

Debora Warner

DEBORA WARNER is multi-media artist who has had an international career spanning two decades and several continents exhibiting in venues such as the Swiss Institute in New York and the Frankfurt Kunsthalle Schirn in Germany. Read More

Byron Westbrook

BYRON WESTBROOK is a sound artist working with the dynamic quality of physical space through site-specific installations and unique listening formats to activate architecture and community. He has presented work at Clocktower Gallery, LMAK Projects, ISSUE Project Room, Diapason Gallery, ExitArt, NY, ICA London, Human Resources, LA, The LAB, San Francisco, VIVO MediaArtCenter, Vancouver, O’, Milan, among many others. Read More

Cary Whittier

CARY WHITTIER is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. Whittier’s work focuses on how subject matter is perceived through different types of photographic equipment. Utilizing digital cameras and software, Whittier creates a newly structured visual system through the break down of images. Read More

Jennifer Williams

JENNIFER WILLIAMS documents, deconstructs, and recomposes organic and idiosyncratic architectural transformations evident on a macro and micro level, giving form to dissonance within an environment. Her site-specific collages encourage the use of photography not as a tool to stop time, but to control time passing. Read More


Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, AGUSTINA WOODGATE is currently based in Miami, FL. She aims to create art that fosters exchanges between people rather than encounters between a viewer and object. Read More

Brian Wondergem

BRIAN WONDERGEM is a sculptor and installation artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Wondergem completed his MFA in sculpture at the Yale School of Art. He has shown internationally and in New York including a recent solo exhibition at Kidd Yellin Gallery in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Read More