Allan Wexler

Allan Wexler has worked in the fields of architecture, design and fine art for forty-five years. He is represented by the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York City and teaches in the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City. Allan’s works explore human activity and the built […]

Gunna Schmidt

Gunna Schmidt graduated in painting, graphic and sculpture at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts (following Günther Förg, Rita McBride, Cristina Iglesias, Ben Willikens). Based in Berlin, the artist is focusing on painting and installation, also curating the project “L‘Oiseau Présente…“, alongside with collegues, exploring the field of contemporary abstraction in painting across it‘s borders […]

Rachel Melvald

Founder, Rachel Melvald studied Fine Arts and Psychology at the University of Michigan and trained at both the Southern California Institute of Architecture and the UCLA School of Interior Architecture. With over 15 years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist in both the private and public sector, Melvald launched RAY in 2014 to guide clients […]

Kwon Ha Joo

Kwon Ha Joo was born in Yeosu, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. She majored in Western paintings at Hong-ik University in Seoul which she graduated from in 1986. She established her own art institute and taught students for 10 years. She started Seokmun respiration in 2002 and is still doing it now. She has had 11 solo exhibitions and more than 200 […]

Andy Graydon

Including sound works, films, media installations, photographs and performances, American artist Andy Graydon’s work is often concerned with morphogenesis, or the emergence of form, and ecology, including ecologies of media and of the imagination. Graydon’s work has been exhibited internationally and released on records and print publications. Solo and group exhibitions include shows at The New Museum, Art in General, and Participant Inc. (all […]

Janice Sloane

Janice Sloane, is a mixed media artist who lives and works in New York City. Her work explores themes of the body,  it’s impermanence, plastic surgery, ritual objects and the process of healing.  She draws inspiration from medical photographs, painting  and african sculpture. In her work, we often see the head –  holder of the spirit, […]

Dr. Jane A. Sharp

Dr. Sharp is Associate Professor of Art History at Rutgers University where she teaches art of the 20th and 21st centuries, Russian avant-garde and Soviet unofficial art, and acts as Research Curator of the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers. Her curatorial […]

Chris Morris

Chris Morris (BSArch UVa’75 / MArch Princeton’78), per Architectural Digest’s 1991 “AD 100,” is a world-renowned architectural visionary who has designed various built works across the United States. His designs include Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers; the Dolby Theatre (formerly the Kodak Theatre) in Los Angeles; Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut; the Chandelier […]

Natasa Kokic

Natasa Kokic (Belgrade, Serbia and Oslo, Norway) is an artist mostly interested in contemporary drawing. Her works span from romanticism inspired landscapes that talk about individual’s personality, to the atoms, radiation and computers. Although those themes seem to have nothing in common, they are being used as a metaphor of individual’s struggles in contemporary culture. […]

Cristina Barroso

The artist Cristina Barroso (born in Sao Paulo 1958) is at home in many places. She lives in a state of continuous transition and makes it fruitful for her art. In her works, Cristina Barroso grapples with, examines, and uses all kinds of maps. Conventional maps and topographic city photographs form the substratum for colors and […]