Lenore Malen

Lenore Malen is a New York based interdisciplinary artist. In 1999 she invented The New Society for Universal Harmony, a fictional re-creation of an l8th century utopian society, and ever since she has used the lens of history—and humor—to explore utopian longings, dystopic aftermaths, and the sciences and technologies that inform them. She uses diverse media […]

John Halpern

Over the past 40 years John Halpern’s art and films have approached and challenged some of the more pressing issues of our time with humor, contemplation and aesthetic “intelligence.” Throughout his life, Halpern has created interactive public art events and films. His projects evolve through a process of deconstruction, breaking “problems” down into component parts […]

Lisa Blas

Lisa Blas is a visual artist of Guamanian/ Italian-American descent working in painting, collage, photography, and installation. Based in New York, she draws from art history, nature, and current events to reflect on specific cultural and political legacies, past and present. Her most recent work in collage (from 2013 – present) addresses the fragility of […]

Fredericka Foster

Fredericka Foster works in oil painting and photography. She was born in Seattle and has spent most of her life on, or near, water. This proximity gave rise to a deep, personal connection with water, amplified by her Buddhist studies and practice. This lifelong connection to water has deeply informed her paintings. After receiving her […]

Emilie Clark

Emilie Clark is a New York artist who works in drawing, painting, installation and writing. Different developments in her project “Sweet Corruptions” were exhibited in solo shows at Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York, NY) the Nevada Museum of Art, (Reno,NV), the San Jose Museum of Art and the Lynden Sculpture Garden (Milwaukee, WI) where she […]

Aura Rosenberg

Aura Rosenberg lives in New York City and Berlin.  She has examined themes of sexuality, childhood, work/play, family history and world history.  She has produced painting, sculpture, photography, video, and plays keyboards with her bands Cornichons and Dirty Mirrors in NYC and Berlin. In 1996 Stop Over Press published her first book, Head Shots. In […]

Edgar Oliver

Edgar Oliver is a writer and performer who has lived and worked in New York for many years.  He started out reading his poems and performing monologues at the Pyramid night club in the early 1980’s. From 1988 to 2001 he wrote and staged a series of autobiographical plays – premiering a new play almost […]

Mark Krotov

Mark Krotov is the publisher of n+1. n+1 was founded in New York City in 2004 by six young writers and editors who wanted to revive the American tradition of politically engaged literary magazines. At the time, the intellectual scene felt disturbingly fragmented and drained of vitality: political magazines didn’t care about literature, literary magazines didn’t […]

Jill Moser

Jill Moser lives and works in New York City. Since the 1980s she has exhibited her work in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe. . Her paintings, drawings and prints are included in prominent museum and public collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art,  The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of […]