Ingrid Berthon-Moine

Ingrid Berthon-Moine is a French visual artist based in London. Multi disciplinary artist, her work examines the construction of identity and its behavioural consequences in our society. She graduated from a Master of Fine Art at Goldsmiths University in London in 2017. In 2020, she created the online project @lackitlikeit where she interviews womxn, who […]

Margret Wibmer

In her performances, sculptures, photographic works and video installations Margret Wibmer explores relations between bodies, objects and spaces. Using ambiguity and the principle of chance as a methodology to deconstruct internalized processes, norms and values deeply embedded within our societies, she creates transient ‘realities’ that explore new strategies for connecting us with the world and […]

Mandy Morrison

Mandy Morrison’s process explores how the body projects itself in varying contexts.  Her  particular  focus is on physicality; its expression, and how it’s capacity for agency and mobilization is affected by colonized or corporatized structures. With a practice that straddles between Baltimore and New York, she generates projects that link capital and control with the […]

Alias Trate

Alias Trate is a London-based outsider artist, working under a pseudonym that refers to the human traits he paints. He employs a haunting childlike aesthetic to chronicle stark elements of the human condition through traceable brush strokes and distorted physical forms. His evocative canvases marry lightness of colour and form with the gravity of existential […]

Lynn Herring

Born in Chicago to a working-class family, Lynn Herring came to New York in her 20’s to pursue a career as an advertising art director and to develop her studio practice as a visual artist in the city that produced many of the contemporary artists that inspired her. Living in the NYC metropolitan area gave […]

C. Finley

Artist and Curator of the Every Woman Biennial: C. Finley, based in New York City and Rome, is known for her elaborate paintings and intense use of color, monumental murals, multi-disciplinary collaborations, and her activism through urban art interventions, including her acclaimed Wallpapered Dumpsters. As the creator of the 2014-2021 Every Woman Biennial she exhibited […]

C. Finley

Artist and Curator of the Every Woman Biennial: C. Finley, based in New York City and Rome, is known for her elaborate paintings and intense use of color, monumental murals, multi-disciplinary collaborations, and her activism through urban art interventions, including her acclaimed Wallpapered Dumpsters. As the creator of the 2014-2021 Every Woman Biennial she exhibited […]

An-My Lê

An-My Lê lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Lê received her BA from Stanford University and a Master of Fine Arts from the Yale University School of Art. She is the Charles Franklin Kellogg and Grace E. Ramsey Kellogg Professor in the Arts at Bard College, New York, where she has taught since 1999. […]

David Makala

David Daut Makala is a self-taught artist born in 1983 Lusaka, Zambia. Makala is known for his  versatility with materials manifesting in sculpture, painting, printmaking, digital art and performance. He considers his studio practice a form of research space where thoughts and ideas gather resulting in exquisite pieces of art.  For David, the processes involved […]

Autumn Wallace

Autumn Wallace (b. 1996, Philadelphia, PA) is a visual artist who works across media to create paintings and sculptures that examine human sexuality, gender, and the black femme experience. Influenced by early 90’s cartoons, Byzantine aesthetics, Baroque Style, and what Wallace describes as “low-quality adult materials”, Wallace’s work generates a sense of fluidity whereby figures […]