Grimanesa Amorós

Grimanesa Amorós is an interdisciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history, scientific research and critical theory, Through her art she conveys an ephemeral wonder, entrancing the viewers from all different backgrounds and communities to become agents of empowerment. She makes use of sculpture, video, and lighting to create works that illuminate […]

Barbara Seiler

Barbara Seiler Gallery represents, promotes and supports young, international artists who work with different media including sound installations and performance. The gallery program explores questions in the fields of conceptual and curatorial practice and collaborates with curators or ‘curartists’ in specific exhibition projects. The gallery’s objective is to provide a platform and initiate a discourse, […]

Barbara L. Bachner

As a student of art history and an artist, Barbara Bachner received a BA Magna Cum Laude in Fine Art (Art History) from New York University, a diploma from the National Academy School of Art and awards and a scholarship to the Art Students League, New York City.  In 2000 She received an MFA from […]

Yasser Ballemans

Yasser Ballemans (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) is investigating the relations between carnival and art, as well as experimenting with active models for art in the context of carnival. Carnival is a time in which the world is temporarily turned upside down. Not the major but Prince Carnival is in charge. Whole cities change into a big decor in […]

David Borawski

David Borawski lives and works in Hartford, Connecticut, and received his BFA from the Hartford Art School of the University of Hartford. A multi-media installation artist, his work is comprised of sculpture, video, drawing and digital imagery. Conceptually driven, the work reflects upon pop culture, radical politics, art history and the dark alleys of society […]

Aura Seikkula

Aura Seikkula is a curator and researcher based in Stockholm. With her own international art agency Agency Auteur, Seikkula provides for the variety of artistic practices. Her extensive international practice comprises of process, production and theory. Using epistemological analysis as her tool, Seikkula’s recent PhD research in philosophy discusses the social and cultural sustainability of […]

Jens Hoffmann

Jens Hoffmann joined the Jewish Museum in a newly created position as Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Programs in November 2012. Formerly Director of the CCA-Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in San Francisco from 2007 to 2012 and Director of Exhibitions and Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London from 2003 to 2007. […]

Amy Goldrich

Amy J. Goldrich’s practice focuses on counseling, transactions, dispute resolution, and general private client representation in the contemporary art world, both domestically and internationally, where her clients include artists, collectors, galleries, arts organizations, as well as other creative businesses beyond the art world. A member of both the New York and California bars, she serves […]

Alexis Readinger, Preen, Inc.

Alexis Readinger founded Preen, Inc. an award winning hospitality design firm in 2005.  A Texan native based in Los Angeles, she has been involved in over a hundred local and international projects and is recognized for her work with leading chefs and hoteliers.  She is a LEED certified Green Building Advisor.  She holds a Master’s […]

Krysten Cunningham

Krysten Cunningham, (b. 1973) lives and works in Los Angeles, California. She has a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the University of California, Los Angeles (2003) and a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque (2000). She has had solo exhibitions at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, St Augustine, FL […]