Seren Morey

Seren Morey was born in Massachusetts in 1969 and graduated from Bard College in New York in 1991. Upon graduating she became an assistant to Kiki Smith and then went on to complete an MFA at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 1996. Following school, Morey became an instructor for three years of the […]

Ahlem Kebir

Ahlem Kebir, 25 years old. PhD student in cultural heritage and co-founder of Ineffable art & culture. Ineffable art and culture is a digital Magazine, which strives to embody the concept of “Art and culture for all”, it aspires to a popularization of this discipline, and bring it to a human scale through life experiences. The […]

Emireth Herrera

Emireth Herrera is an independent Mexican curator based in New York. She is currently studying the Graduate Program in Art History and Archaeology at the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. Her focus is on Latin America and Curatorial Studies. Her curatorial practice objective is to build a strong discourse to foster diverse […]

Storme Webber

Storme Webber is a Two Spirit Sugpiaq/Black/Choctaw poet and interdisciplinary artist. Her work is cross genre, incorporating text, performance, audio and altar installation, archival photographs and collaboration in order to engage with ideas of history, lineage, gender, race and sexuality. Her practice explores liminal identities, survivance and decolonization, and does so in a blues-based experimental […]

Terise Slotkin

Picture making is both my vocation and passion. For me the process of capturing the still image is magical. My continually evolving style integrates artistic and commercial pursuits. It is not unusual for the former to become the basis for the latter and visa versa. People are my primary subject matter. I enjoy interacting with […]

Anthony Philip

Anthony Philip has a passion for sharing art with the public, specifically helping both emerging artists and novice collectors develop a more meaningful relationship to fine art in their lives. His more than 20 years’ experience working in every capacity of the business, from planning and executing more than 65 exhibitions, to client services, sales […]

Margaux Crump

Margaux Crump is an interdisciplinary artist who explores the slippery relationship between power and the body—specifically how it manifests in language, taxonomy, and intimacy. Currently, her practice examines the constructs of gender and nature, focusing on hunting and courting as a way to trace the complex movements of power between bodies. She has exhibited nationally, […]

Jennifer Drinkwater

A Mississippi native, Jennifer Drinkwater is an assistant professor with a joint appointment between the department of art and visual culture and Iowa State University extension and outreach. She has a B.A. in both studio art and anthropology from Tulane University and earned an M.F.A in painting from East Carolina University. Her paintings have been […]

Santee Frazier

A member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Santee Frazier earned a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts and an MFA from Syracuse University. His collection of poems, Dark Thirty (2009), was published in the Sun Tracks series of the University of Arizona Press. Frazier’s honors include a Fall 2009 Lannan Residency Fellowship […]

Jennifer Steinkamp

Jennifer Steinkamp (American, b. 1958) is a Los Angeles based media and installation artist whose video animations explore nature, architecture, contemporary social issues, and the passage of time. Nature, twisted and changed through technology, is Steinkamp’s signature subject, and since the late 1980s the artist has produced a wide range of computer-generated realities. By manipulating […]