Anna Conway

Anna Conway (b. 1973) first came to prominence in the 2005 group exhibition, Greater New York, at MoMA PS1, where her meticulously rendered paintings announced the arrival of a singular talent. Her stylistic development has emerged from spectacular and unpredicted encounters with natural forces beyond normal human experience, to a more anthropological and psychological exploration […]

Polly M. Law

Polly M. Law is an artist, bricoleur, and mythologenist living and working in the Mid Hudson Valley of New York.  She explores attachment in both the literal and spiritual senses, humans and nature are her vehicles. Bricolage and monoprinting are her media which she exploits ignoring the boundary between art and craft- especially the traditionally […]

Paula Rebsom

Paula Rebsom describes herself as an Artist, Mother, Educator, and Trickster. All of these identities inform her interdisciplinary visual art practice which includes making sculptures from wood and fabric, site-specific installations, and image-based work using motion-sensor cameras. She’s always had an interest in science, specifically wildlife ecology, and applies elements of that into her work. […]

Patricia Engel

Patricia Engel is the author of Infinite Country, a New York Times Bestseller, Washington Post Notable Book of the Year, Reese’s Book Club pick, Esquire Book Club and Book of the Month Club pick, Indie Next pick, Amazon Best Book of the Month, and more. Her other books include The Veins of the Ocean, which won the Dayton Literary Peace Prize and was […]

Paula Matthusen

Paula Matthusen is a composer who writes both electroacoustic and acoustic music and realizes sound installations. She has written for diverse instrumentations, such as “run-on sentence of the pavement” for piano, ping-pong balls, and electronics, which Alex Ross of The New Yorker noted as being “entrancing”. Her work often considers discrepancies in musical space—real, imagined, and […]

Sébastien Léon

Sébastien Léon is a French Los Angeles-based creative director, designer, and multi-media artist who has shown internationally with cultural institutions (Palais de Tokyo, the Park Avenue Armory, the New Museum, the Palazzo della Triennale, UCCA), and developed ambitious artistic projects with brands (Audemars Piguet, Krug, Samsung, Audi). Sébastien Léon’s work brings to life ethereal physical […]

Clement Page

Clement Page, was born in Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom, and moved to London in 1990 where his formative experience as an artist took shape. In early 90’s London as well as making his own work, Clement founded a studio complex in an abandoned hat factory in Bethnal Green, curated artist led exhibitions, wrote and published […]

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle have been creating multi-media art projects about love, sex, and queerness together for 20 years. Annie was a sex worker from 1973 to 1995, and morphed into a feminist performance artist and sex educator. Beth was a sculptor and installation artist and became a University art professor. She’s taught at […]

Claudio Zulian

Claudio Zulian is a visual and sound artist, film director, writer and musician. He holds a PhD in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts from the University of Paris-Saint Denis (France). He is a resident in Barcelona (Spain). Many of Claudio Zulian’s works are articulated around the notions of body and territory, often ironically […]

Holly Murkerson

In collaboration with the fluid processes of photography, Holly Murkerson’s work makes visible an emergent space where body and environment bleed into one another. Based in Chicago, Illinois, Murkerson is a Co-Director of the artist-run gallery, Adds Donna. Past exhibitions include 65Grand, Chicago; Comfort Station, Chicago; Rainbo Club, Chicago; Heaven Gallery, Chicago, Apparatus Projects, Chicago; […]