Kristin Marting

Kristin Marting is a director of hybrid work based in NYC. Over the last 25 years, she has constructed 29 stage works, including 9 original hybrid works, 6 opera-theatre and music-theatre works, 9 reimaginings of novels and short stories and 5 classic plays. She works in a collaborative, process-driven way to fuse different disciplines into […]


apexart is a not-for-profit art space in Lower Manhattan. Founded by artist Steven Rand in 1994, it was conceived to challenge ideas about art, its practice and curation, and to provide opportunity through meritocratic processes. apexart realizes this mission through exhibitions, an international residency program, a book publishing initiative, and public programs. To date it […]

Randy Rollison

Randy’s job is to provide the overarching vision and direction for Intersection for the Arts, which includes finding new ways to support artists. With over thirty years experience as an artistic director, he co-founded New York City’s HOME for Contemporary Theatre and Art and HERE Arts Center, served as the executive artistic director for Cleveland […]

Ellen Pearlman

Ellen Pearlman, a native New Yorker is a new media artist, critic, curator and writer who received her PhD from The School of Creative Media, Hong Kong City University where her PhD thesis on “Noor A Brain Opera” was awarded highest global honors by Leonardo LABS Abstracts. Noor was the world’s first immersive, interactive brainwave […]

Mohamed Ben Soltane

Mohamed Ben Soltane is a visual artist and Curator exhibiting his work in Tunisia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Algeria, among other countries. He graduated in 2004 from the High Institute of Fine Art of Tunis (I.S.B.A.T). He obtained his PhD in 2015. He worked from 2011 to 2015 as artistic director of one of the leading […]

Daniel Giordano

Daniel Giordano lives and works in Newburgh, NY.  He earned his MFA from the University of Delaware, and has shown nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Menage/rie at Super Dutchess; A Salve of Sorts at Vacation;  and Living/Breathing at Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, NY. Giordano currently has work on view at the Karpeles […]

Daniel Wiener

Daniel Wiener, who received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2012, grew up in Los Angeles but has lived in  NYC for thirty-eight years. A professional artist since 1977, Daniel’s first show was at the Stephen Wirtz gallery in San Francisco, held shortly after his graduation from University of California at Berkeley. In 1982 Daniel was awarded a fellowship […]

Sylvia Arthur

Sylvia Arthur is a British-Ghanaian narrative nonfiction writer whose work explores identity, diaspora, politics, and place. She lives in Accra where she has turned her vast collection of books into Ghana’s only lending library, Libreria Ghana. Her writing has been published in The Guardian, the BBC, and The British Journalism Review and her essay, “Britain’s […]

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 […]

Xavier de Luca

Xavier de Luca (Barcelona, 1980) has focused his education in the field of contemporary art, photography and cultural management. Currently, he is the Chief Curator at Fundació Suñol and Founder and Coordinator at Jiser Reflexions Mediterrànies. His interest in artistic creation in the Mediterranean region began after a stay in Tunisia in 2004, where he […]