Robin Pogrebin

Robin Pogrebin is a reporter on the Culture Desk of The New York Times, where she covers cultural institutions, the art world, architecture and other topics. She is also the author, with Kate Kelly of the book, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation,” published in September 2019. At the Times, she has also covered […]

Jessamyn Lovell

Jessamyn Lovell (b. 1977, Syracuse, NY) is a conceptual artist working with photography, video, performance, and surveillance contemplating class and personal identity. Lovell holds a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MFA from California College of the Arts. She is based in Albuquerque, NM where she is currently a Senior Lecturer and Undergraduate […]

Matthew Langley

Matthew Langley received his BFA from Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC in 1985. Since then, Langley’s work has been shown extensively in the United States and Europe through numerous group and solo exhibitions. Recent exhibitions include; Big Circle at M17 Contemporary Art Center, Kiev, In Color at Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA and The Unified Field at Blank Space, New York, NY. Langley’s artworks […]

Sarah Lawson and Lee Norton

Sarah Lawson is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn. They are a member of the Ugly Duckling Presse editorial collective, and act as UDP’s Publicity Director. Lee Norton is a member of the Ugly Duckling Presse Editorial Collective, where he also serves as the Development Director. He teaches composition and literature at Queens College CUNY, […]

Natalija Vujošević

Natalija Vujošević is an artist and curator based in Montenegro, Yugoslavia. The focus of her research and practice is the presentation of archives through exhibition-making, seeking renewed modes of communication, engagement, and understanding through new interpretations and expanded forms. She has lead and curated this kind of work on a number of research projects and […]

Ellen Winkler

Ellen Winkler is a print maker, painter and graphic designer who lives in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. She studied art during her undergraduate years at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Michigan. That educational experience afforded her the opportunity to live and work in New York City as a participant in the Great Lakes Colleges Association […]

Thea Matthews

Thea Matthews is a Brooklyn-based poet, activist, and educator of Afro-Indigenous Mexican heritage. Born and raised in San Francisco, California, Thea is the author of Unearth [The Flowers] (Red Light Lit, 2020). Her work has appeared in The Rumpus, Atlanta Review, The New Republic, and others. Currently, she is an MFA Poetry candidate at New York […]

Milena Dragićević Šešić

Dr. Milena Dragićević Šešić,  prof. emerita, former President of University of Arts, Belgrade, founder of UNESCO Chair in Interculturalism, Art Management and Mediation, professor of Cultural  Policy & Management, Cultural studies, Media studies. Diplomas: D.E.A. Paris-VIII 1977, Mag. University of Arts Belgrade (1981), and Ph.D. in literature and communication University of Belgrade (1990). Commandeur dans […]

Suzan Shutan

Suzan Shutan received her BFA from California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA studying with Judy Pfaff, Elizabeth Murray, Linda Benglis, Jonathan Borofsky, and so may other amazing artists who impacted her work. Her MFA was from Rutgers University Mason Gross, NJ where she studied with Leon Golub, Martha Rossler, Geoff Hendricks and a long […]

Goran Denić

Goran Denić, was born 1966 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. 1985 -89 studied Law at Belgrade Faculty of Law, 1989 – 1992 BA FA from Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, University of Arts, Serbia. 1992 – 94 MA in Fine Arts with distinction in sculpture at UCT, South Africa. Besides working as an art manager and […]