Ruudt Peters

Ruudt Peters studied jewellery design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam; in 1990 he became the head of their Jewellery Department. Peters taught there until 2000. Since then, he has taught at Adellab Konstfack in Stockholm, Sweden; and Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Florence, Italy. In addition to his professorships, Peters also teaches week-long […]

Betsy Lundquist

Betsy Lundquist is a multidisciplinary visual artist working primarily in sculpture and installation. Her work deals with themes of scaling unknown territories and experiences to the scale of human experience and culture. Lundquist holds an MFA from Goldsmiths and a BFA from University of Colorado at Boulder. She co-founded the London based art & literary […]

Christian Wassmann

Founded by Christian Wassmann in 2005, Studio Christian Wassmann is a design practice with a passion for realizing architectural projects that allow users to understand their surroundings in new ways. Working on a myriad of scales, Wassmann and his international team create designs that present discoveries originating from the interconnections of the arts, a love […]

Lucy Soutter

Lucy Soutter is an artist, critic and art historian. She has written about contemporary art and photography for publications including Afterimage, Aperture, Photoworks and Source: The Photographic Review, among others. Her essays have appeared in publications including Girls! Girls! Girls! in Contemporary Art (Intellect, 2011), and Appropriation (Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press, 2009) and she is the author of Why Art Photography? (London: Routledge, 2013). She […]

Frank Zadlo

Frank Zadlo is a Brooklyn-based artist who received his MFA from Parsons in 2008. His works are inquiries into ways of interpreting reality and include sculpture, video, and drawing. He recently completed a residency at The Studios at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA where he worked on a new video and drawings for his […]

Philip Yenawine

Philip Yenawine has been engaged in museum education for forty years, ten years of which were spent as Director of Education at The Museum of Modern Art. He is founding director of the Aspen Art Museum and has run education programs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY among others. Yenawine served as consulting curator […]

Vikky Alexander

Vikky Alexander (born January 30, 1959) is a Canadian contemporary artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has exhibited internationally since 1981. Working across mediums she is a leading practitioner in the field of photo-conceptualism and is well known as an installation artist who uses photography, drawing, and collage. She is one of Canada’s most […]

Carlos Brillembourg

Carlos Brillembourg, FAIA, is a registered architect and principal of Carlos Brillembourg Architects, based in New York. He received his Masters in Architecture from Columbia University in 1975. After working for Mitchell/Giurgola in New York (1977) and W.J. Alcock in Caracas (1975-76) he established his own practice in Caracas in 1980. Subsequently in 1984 he […]

Anne Thompson

Anne Thompson is an artist whose practice includes writing and curating. She currently lives in Columbia, Missouri, where she is a 2015-16 Fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. She is the founder of the I-70 Sign Show, a public art and events project that engages Missouri’s billboard […]

Dan Price

In lieu of a traditional biography, this is what Dan Price sent: As to the bio please just call me an artist, writer, surfer, father, simple living guy who plays Handpans. If you mention my web address all my ebooks and social media is there. Past published books include Radical Simplicity, How To Make A […]