INVISIBLE-EXPORTS / Risa Needleman / Benjamin Tischer

  INVISIBLE-EXPORTS was founded by Risa Needleman and Benjamin Tischer in 2008 on New York’s Lower East Side, with over 30 years in the art world between them.  Located on 89 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002. Regular Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 6pm or by appointment

Lindsay Benedict

Lindsay Benedict is a contemporary artist, filmmaker, dancer, writer, and feminist currently living in Brooklyn and teaching in the Fine Arts department at Parsons, The New School. She got her BA from Williams College in Massachusetts as a double-major in Biology and Studio Art, then moved to Brooklyn, Taipei, Paris and finally settled in the […]

Michael Scoggins

Michael Scoggins was born in Washington D.C in 1973 and gained an MFA in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006 and has attended various prestigious residencies including the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the MacDowell Colony, and Fountainhead. Michael has gained international recognition and gallery representation in Atlanta, Miami, […]

Cheryl Donegan

Cheryl Donegan received her B.F.A. in Painting at the Rhode Island School of Design and an M.F.A. at Hunter College in New York. Donegan’s work integrates the time-based, gestural forms of performance and video with forms such as painting, drawing, and installation. Direct, irreverent, and infused with an ironic eroticism, Donegan’s works put a subversive […]

John Miller

John Miller (born 1954 in Cleveland, Ohio) has both utilized and undermined the rigid strategies of conceptual art since the early 1980s. His work investigates the exchange between art and the everyday – and the absorption of each into the other. In addition to painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking, Miller is a regular contributor […]

Jessica Backus

Jessica Backus is the Director of Learning and The Art Genome Project at Artsy. The Art Genome Project is an ongoing study mapping the characteristics that connect the world’s artists and artworks. There are over 1,000 of these characteristics, including art-historical movements, subject matter, and formal qualities. The Art Genome Project is used by collectors, […]

Ellen Carey

Ellen Carey (b.1952 USA) is an educator, independent scholar, guest curator, photographer and lens-based artist, whose unique experimental work (1976-2015) spans several decades. Her early work Painted Self-Portraits (1978) were first exhibited at Hallwalls, an artists-run alternative space, home to the Buffalo avant-garde — Robert Longo and Cindy Sherman — and led to a group […]

Thomas Dreher

Thomas Dreher studied since 1978 art history, philosophy and classical archeology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. Since 1985 he has written articles, critiques and reviews for art magazines (“das kunstwerk” , “Artefactum”, “Artscribe”, “Wolkenkratzer”, “Kunstforum” etc.) The following links are directed to his writing. 1986-1987 scholarship of Lower Saxony for the Central Institute for Art […]

Diana Shpungin

Diana Shpungin is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist who works in drawing, sculpture, installation, hand-drawn animation, video & sound. She has exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions in both national and international venues including: The Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY; Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY; Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL; Fieldgate […]

Rossella Emanuele

Shifting between material form and experimentation with media Rossella Emanuele practice negotiates relationships between site, body, time and event. Central to the work is the interplay between drawing, sculpture and lens based media. Her performative approach to the production process is driven by a process led approach to materiality and has a speculative interest in […]