Kadar Brock

Kadar Brock has lived and worked in Brooklyn, NY since graduating from The Cooper Union in 2002. In 2005 he began exhibiting bright, gestural abstractions, with solo exhibitions at BUIA Gallery, NY (2006, 2008) and Angell Gallery, Toronto (2007), which were written about in The New York Times, ArtForum, and The Village Voice. By 2009 […]

Markel Uriu

Markel Uriu is an interdisciplinary artist based in Seattle, WA. Her work explores impermanence, maintenance, and the unseen. Drawing from her Japanese and Irish-American heritage, she is particularly interested in liminal spaces, and explores these concepts through, research, ephemeral botanical narratives, installations, and two-dimensional work. Her subjects of time, cycles, and cultural interchange have culminated […]

Jennifer Ling Datchuk

Jennifer Ling Datchuk is an artist born in Warren, Ohio and raised in Brooklyn, New York.  Her mother came to this country in the early 1970s from China; her father born and raised in Ohio to Russian and Irish immigrant parents.  Beyond initial appearances, the layers of her parents’ past and present histories are extremely […]

Lorenzo Triburgo

Lorenzo Triburgo is a Brooklyn-based, multimedia artist employing performance, photography, video, and audio to cast a critical lens on notions of the “natural,” the construct of gender, and the politics of queer representation. Lorenzo has artworks in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL, and the Portland Art Museum in […]

Zara Stanhope

As a curator practising within institutions and independently Zara Stanhope focuses on expanding engagement with contemporary art across the Global South. She is currently the Lead Curator for Post hoc by Dane Mitchell, New Zealand’s pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale. Currently Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art at Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art […]

Nate Klug

Nate Klug is the author of Rude Woods, a modern translation of Virgil’s Eclogues (The Song Cave, 2013), and Anyone, a book of poems (The University of Chicago Press, 2015). His writing has been supported by fellowships from the James Merrill House, the MacDowell Colony, and the Poetry Foundation. He works as a Congregationalist minister […]

Daniel Maidman

Daniel Maidman is best known for his vivid depiction of the figure. Maidman’s drawings and paintings are included in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Long Beach Museum of Art. His art and writing on art have been […]

Mireia Sallarès Casas

Mireia Sallarès (Barcelona, 1973) lives between Barcelona and other foreign cities where she develops her artistic practice.Being a foreigner is an essential register in her field research that is the result of long term projects on such essential topics as violence, death, pleasure, legality, truth or love; that she defines as battle grounds.The process of creating […]

Em Rooney

Em Rooney lives and works in Massachusettes. She’s recently been included in exhibitions at François Ghebaly in Los Angeles, Gallery Crèvecoeur, in Paris, and  Foxy Production, in New York, NY. Her last solo show; Ordinary Time, at  Bodega in New York was concurrent with her inclusion in Being: New Photography, at The Museum of Modern […]

Amitis Motevalli

Amitis Motevalli is an artist born in Iran. She explores the cultural resistance and survival of people living in poverty, conflict and war. Through many mediums including, sculpture, video, performance and collaborative public art, her work juxtaposes iconography, with iconoclasm, asking questions about violence, domination, occupation and the path to decolonization , while invoking the […]