Dornith Doherty

A 2012 Guggenheim Fellow, Dornith Doherty received a MFA in Photography from Yale University. She currently resides in Southlake, Texas and is Distinguished Research Professor at the University of North Texas. In addition to the Guggenheim Fellowship, she has also received grants from the Fulbright Foundation, the Japan Foundation, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the […]

Narmeen Naser / The AJALA Project

The AJALA Project is an e-commerce art and crowdfunding platform that showcases art inspired by innovative social impact initiatives, Artwork is sold online through merchandise,community events, and art exhibitions, to support emerging artists and social impact grassroots changemakers. Artists sign up on our platform and collaborate with non-profit initiatives around the world to create artwork […]

Thomas Geiger

Thomas Geiger is an artist working with performative, ephermeral and intangible approaches, mainly in public space. He is the initiator of “The Festival of Minimal Actions”, a festival dedicated to small actions in public space and “Kunsthalle3000“, an institution as intervention in public space. Furthermore he is a co-founder of the publishing house Mark Pezinger Verlag. In many respects his performance “I want to […]

Andrew Demirjian

Andrew Demirjian is an interdisciplinary artist who creates experimental assemblages of image, sound and text that contest narrow regimes of media conventions. Typologies, the language of naming and the politics of categorization are often a focus of his projects. The pieces take the form of interactive installations, generative artworks, audiovisual performances and single channel videos. […]

Stephen Glassman

Stephen Glassman Studio (SGS) most recently completed “Flows Two Ways” – the eight-story permanent public sculpture for Bjarke Ingels Group’s North American inaugural project in NYC. The title is a loose translation of the Hudson River’s Native American name Muh-he-ah kun-nuk – “flows both ways” – and serves as a metaphor for two forces that […]

Nina Subin

Formerly the photo editor of the New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Esquire, and New York magazine, since 2000 Nina Subin has devoted herself full-time to her own work: portraits from her base in New York City and photographs of sacred places and landscapes around the world. Her portraits of writers, visual and performing artists have […]

Faith Wilding

Faith Wilding was born in Colonia Primavera, Paraguay,1943. She emigrated, US in 1961. Wilding is an intermedia artist, writer, and educator, deeply engaged with teaching and learning; and the intersections of feminism, social justice, cyberfeminism, biotechnology, radical pedagogy, and eco-feminism. Wilding’s creative work addresses the recombinant, reproductive, and distributed bio-tech and war body in 2D media, […]

Dread Scott

Dread Scott makes revolutionary art to propel history forward.  He first received national attention in 1989 when his art became the center of controversy over its use of the American flag while he was a student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. President G.H.W. Bush called his art “disgraceful” and the entire […]

Emily Harris

Emily Harris is a Brooklyn-based artist and MFA graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art (2013). She has exhibited her work in the US and internationally at 2B Gallery in Budapest, Hungary; Galeria Z in Bratislava, Slovakia, The Museum of Arts & Crafts Itami, Itami-shi, Japan and Galeria Ajolote Arte Contemporaneo, Guadalajara, Mexico.  Harris […]

Beverly Naidus

Beverly Naidus is an interdisciplinary artist, activist and educator, known for her interactive, site-specific installations to provoke dialog and storytelling.  Inspired by lived experience, topics in her artwork include environmental illness, climate change, unemployment, the alienation of consumer culture, nuclear nightmares, body hate, cultural identity, visions for the future and global justice. She has exhibited […]