Steve Keister

Steve Keister (b.1949, lives and works in New York, NY) earned a BFA and an MFA from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and a Gottlieb Foundation Grant, among other awards. He has had solo exhibitions at Freddy, Harris, NY; Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY; Museum of Contemporary Art, […]

Dan Perkins

Dan Perkins lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from American University. His paintings channel architectural motifs that connote space: crossing through a threshold, gazing through a window, passing from one plane to another. However the spaces depicted sit in an ethereal haze, where color and form are primary. Scale, time and […]

Dan Perkins

Dan Perkins lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from American University. His paintings channel architectural motifs that connote space: crossing through a threshold, gazing through a window, passing from one plane to another. However the spaces depicted sit in an ethereal haze, where color and form are primary. Scale, time and […]

Katie Bell

Katie Bell is an artist originally from Rockford, Illinois (b.1985).  She received her BA from Knox College and her MFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. Bell makes sculptural paintings based off architecture and found objects, fabricating forms that confuse naming. Using construction materials as her palette and woodworking tools as a […]

Nicholas Buffon

Nicholas Buffon (b. 1987) is a painter and sculptor who lives and works in New York. Buffon’s research-based practice centers on community, history, memorial, and remembrance. Employing both 2D and 3D techniques, Buffon memorializes queer locations and the minutiae of an ever changing urban landscape, focusing on details of place and the impact it has […]

Samira Abbassy

Samira Abbassy was born in Ahwaz, Iran in 1965 and moved to Lon-don, UK as a child. After graduating from Canterbury College of Art, she began showing in London. She moved to New York in 1998, where she helped to set up the Eliza-beth Foundation for the Arts, and the EFA Studio Center. Her work […]

Katherine Sherwood

Katherine Sherwood’s work is an embodiment of her ideals as a feminist and reflect her personal experience with disability. In 1997, at the age of 44, she had a cerebral hemorrhage which paralyzed the right side of her body. Teaching herself how to paint again using her non-dominant hand was part of her healing process. […]

Joel-Peter Witkin

Joel-Peter Witkin was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1939. In 1959, Edward Steichen, head of the department of photography at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), selected one of Witkin’s photographs for its permanent collection when Witkin is 16 years old. Enlists in the U.S. Army as a photographer from 1961-1964. In 1974 he […]

Amna Asghar

Amna Asghar  (b. 1984, Detroit, MI) appropriates, layers, and remixes imagery from personal archives, popular culture, and art history, allowing the interactions to conjure hybrids and reflect the complexities of the location of identity. Her use of “orientalist” artworks by French painter Jean-Léon Gérôme, intertwined with materials sourced from her family’s Pakistani culture and her […]

Benoît Platéus

Benoît Platéus (born 1972 in Liège, Belgium) investigates the spaces and relationships between mediums, exploring abstraction in form and content. Working across diverse media and techniques, he fully embraces the creative possibilities of both analogue and digital technologies in order to wrestle with the question of the original. Found images or objects often serve as a […]