Charles Atlas

Charles Atlas was born in St. Louis, MO in 1949; he has lived and worked in New York City since the early 1970s. Recent solo exhibitions include The Mathematics of Consciousness, a 100-foot long video installation commissioned by Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY, and supported by a grant from the VIA Art Fund; Charles Atlas: Ominous, […]

Charlotte Edey

Charlotte Edey is a British artist and illustrator. Her work is primarily concerned with contemporary issues of selfhood. Cultural signifiers and personal mythologies shape ongoing narratives through a process of world-building. The politics of space are explored through the lens of identity; how the intersections of identities both shape our interior landscapes and define the […]

Nikki Maloof

Nikki Maloof’s paintings depict the world hidden within the mind. Imagined interiors, and animals become proxies for the human experience. Her subjects convey existential loneliness, but that loneliness is buoyed by humor, capricious paint handling, and the use of a saturated palette. A squiggle depicting ground meat, a cat’s meow being mistaken for a howl, […]

Victor Burgin

Victor Burgin (b. 1941, Sheffield, United Kingdom) first came to prominence in the late 1960s as one of the originators of Conceptual Art. His work appeared in such key exhibitions as Harald Szeemann’s Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form (1969) at the ICA London, and Kynaston McShine’s Information (1970) at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Since […]

Lila de Magalhaes

Lila de Magalhaes (b. 1986, Rio de Janiero) lives and works in Los Angeles. She received her MFA from the University of Southern California in 2013 and a BA from Glasgow School of Art in 2008. Her recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Palace of Errors, Deli Gallery, NY; Soup of the Night, Matthew Brown, […]

Jakob Jørgensen

Jakob Jørgensen was born in 1977 in Nyborg, Denmark. He studied fine art in his early twenties, attending The New Art School, Odense, Denmark and Guildhall School of Fine Arts in London, as well as completing an apprenticeship with Studio Palla in Carrara, Italy. In 2008, he graduated from the Royal Danish Academy for Design, and went […]

Susan Dory

Susan Dory is a Seattle-based artist whose geometric abstractions explore systems of interconnectedness, patterning and her trust of the process. Susan has exhibited widely with exhibitions at Winston Wachter Fine Art in New York and Seattle; Margaret Thatcher, New York; Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco; Tew Gallery, Atlanta; Boecker Contemporary, Heidelberg; The Tacoma Art Museum; […]

Jonathan Casella

Jonathan Casella is a contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, California, whose work is defined by dynamic compositions featuring riotous amalgams of dots, checkers, stripes, and bold swaths of color. His disciplined approach to painting involves the exploration and definition of a unique visual language through endless permutations of color, shape, and pattern Born in […]

Jason Lustig

Jason Lustig is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from the S.F. Bay Area Jason’s work is largely informed by the environment he grew up in. Often moving between  cities, mountains, and coastal areas, Jason uses these as the main settings of his paintings and  then adds charmingly mischievous characters to […]

Danielle Roberts

Danielle Roberts (b. 1991, Stockton, CA; raised in Gabriola Island, British Columbia; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.) She received an M.F.A. from Hunter College in 2021. Recent solo exhibitions include “Evening All Day” (2023) at Fredericks & Freiser, New York and “Afterglow” (2022) at Friends Indeed, San Francisco. Group exhibitions include “What Now?” (2022) […]