Ann Messner

Ann Messner is a NY based multi-disciplinary artist. Her work has examined fault lines between the individual and the larger social body as encountered within public realm discourse, investigating the incongruities between notions of private life/space and public/civic engagement and experience. Her 1970’s performative work, interventionist in strategy, took place ‘unofficially’ within the context of […]

Adam Simon

Adam Simon is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, NY, known both for his paintings and for public projects around the presentation and distribution of art. Simon’s paintings mine cultural phenomena; newspaper layout and content, stock photography, iconic images from art history and (most recently) corporate logos. In a 2012 interview with James Kalm, Simon […]

Sharon Mesmer

Sharon Mesmer’s most recent poetry collection, Greetings From My Girlie Place (Bloof Books) was voted one of Entropy’s “Best of 2015.” Her other collections are Annoying Diabetic Bitch (Combo, 2008), The Virgin Formica (Hanging Loose, 2008), and Half Angel, Half Lunch(Hard Press, 1998). A chapbook, Vertigo Seeks Affinities, was published by Belladonna in 2006. Four […]

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 […]

Lisa Beck

Lisa Beck works with a variety of mediums  and modes, including painting, sculpture and installation (often in combination), involving inner and outer space, landscape, reflection, and the paradoxical relationship of something and nothing. Since the 1980s, her work has been exhibited in the US and internationally in venues including Feature Inc. (NYC), Elizabeth Dee Gallery […]

Daniel Terna

Daniel Terna (b. Brooklyn, NY, 1987) is a Brooklyn-based artist using photography and video as a means to uncover, reveal, and direct attention towards the overlooked. As the first-generation child of immigrants (one of whom is a 94 year-old Holocaust survivor and painter, and the other a child of survivors), he has produced several photographic […]

Daniel Terna

Daniel Terna (b. Brooklyn, NY, 1987) is a Brooklyn-based artist using photography and video as a means to uncover, reveal, and direct attention towards the overlooked. As the first-generation child of immigrants (one of whom is a 94 year-old Holocaust survivor and painter, and the other a child of survivors), he has produced several photographic […]

Julie Heffernan

Julie Heffernan has been exhibiting her paintings nationally and internationally since 1988 and represented by PPOW Gallery (New York) and Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco). She has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, including at the Crocker Art Museum, Palmer Art Museum and Michael Haas Gallery in Berlin; and a museum […]

Julie Heffernan

Julie Heffernan has been exhibiting her paintings nationally and internationally since 1988 and represented by PPOW Gallery (New York) and Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco). She has had numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe, including at the Crocker Art Museum, Palmer Art Museum and Michael Haas Gallery in Berlin; and a museum […]

Michael Jacobson

Michael Jacobson is a writer, artist, and independent curator from Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. His books include The Giant’s Fence (Ubu Editions), Action Figures (Avance Publishing), Mynd Eraser,  The Paranoia Machine,  and his latest collected writings Works & Interviews; he is also co-editor of An Anthology Of Asemic Handwriting (Uitgeverij). Besides writing books, he curates a […]