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Sharon Butler, Artist

Sharon Butler is a painter and publisher Two Coats of Paint, an influential art blog that was awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Program grant in 2013. She has received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant and other awards, and has exhibited at NADA New York, Storefront Ten Eyck, Theodore:Art, Pocket Utopia, The Painting Center, Union College, George Lawson (San Francisco), and SEASON (Seattle). In 2014 she was the Artist-in-Residence at Counterproof Press at the University of Connecticut, and she lives in New York City.

sharonlbutler.com

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Davide Cantoni, Artist

Davide Cantoni has been a DUMBO-based artist since 1996. Cantoni’s recent burn drawings and white paintings treat the impermanence of news imagery in our collective memory, particularly those images published in the New York Times. He has shown widely in the US, Europe and Asia. His work is in major private and public collections including: MoMA and OSRAM (Munich).

davidecantoni.org

Jennifer Paige Cohen, Artist

Jennifer Paige Cohen is a sculptor from Brooklyn, New York. Her works have been exhibited in public and private venues including White Columns, Salon 94, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Creative Time, The Public Art Fund, among others. She is represented by Nicelle Beauchene Gallery where she recently had a solo exhibition of her semi-figurative sculptures of clothing and plaster.

Tom Fruin, Artist

Tom Fruin has been a DUMBO-based sculptor since 1996, best known for his iconic "stained-glass" Watertower, 2012 installed on the top of a building on the Brooklyn waterfront. Fruin works in a variety of material including neon, discarded trash, steel, acrylic and electricity. His Kolonihavehus "house" sculpture is currently on display in Brooklyn Bridge Park through spring 2015; its US premiere after having been installed in Vienna, Prague, Copenhagen and other European cites.

tomfruin.com

Kyle Goen, Artist

Kyle Goen has been a DUMBO-based artist since 2002. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries and on street corners. His first major project Elect a Madman You Get Madness was mass distributed as a sticker to over ten thousand people. The themes of this street project were then reinterpreted as two installations exhibited at White Box and Gallery Klinkogbang in Reykjavik. Most recently, his installation Who's Chelsea Manning? won "Best Project" in the 2013 DUMBO Arts Festival.

kylegoen.net

Pavel Kraus, Artist

Pavel Kraus has been a DUMBO-based sculptor since 2000. Over the past 20 years, he has been focusing on an extensive body of work entitled “Sex, Death, Offerings”. These works incorporate variations of media and techniques, including the ancient Pietre Dure, and culminated in the recent Roman Wedding, partially funded by a grant from the Peter C. Reed Foundation. His works have been exhibited extensively nationally, in Europe, and in 2014 Stephen Romano Gallery mounted a retrospective of Kraus’s work curated by David Ebony.

pavelkraus.com

Eric LoPresti, Artist

Eric LoPresti has been a DUMBO-based artist since 2002. His artwork examines the aftermath of the Cold War and the imposition of technology upon the environment. His paintings and drawings have been exhibited internationally, including recent solo exhibitions at Kunsthalle Galapagos (DUMBO / Brooklyn), the National Atomic Test Museum, part of the Smithsonian Institution (Nevada), and the University of Rochester (New York). A winner of the Faber Birren Foundation Award and the Miami Young Painters Award, LoPresti’s work has received mentions in the New York Times, Art in America, Artforum.com, NY Arts, ArtLog.com, Nature, The Denver Post, The Seattle Times, Vegas Seven Magazine, and The Village Voice.

ericlopresti.com

Anne Peabody, Artist

Anne Peabody is a sculptor whose art frames the forms and patterns of human speech within the broader context of the natural world that surrounds the speakers. Her work features portraits of gossip, folklore, secrets, confessions and tall tales depicted in images drawn from landscapes both urban and rural. Peabody's works have been included in many significant group and solo shows including The Venice Biennale, KY Museum of Art and Craft, Millesgarden Museum, Stockholm Sweden, Smack Mellon, and New York City's "40 Years: 40 Artists" show, celebrating 40 Years of Art in New York City Parks.

annepeabody.com

Elizabeth Riley, Artist

Elizabeth Riley works with video, installation, and sculpture, often producing elaborate multidimensional works where standalone videos become the formative visual element, combined with reproduced video stills and materials such as raw plywood, furniture, and found materials. Themes interwoven into her work include urbanism, architectural space, sense of place, and human connection. Her videos have appeared in screenings at home and abroad, and her three-dimensional work, most recently sculptures/installations including embedded video elements, has appeared in galleries and alterative spaces nationwide. She has been honored with eight artist residencies, most recently the SIM Residency, Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2011, and the Fall Residency at Ox-Bow, in Michigan, in 2009. She was chosen for the Aljira Emerge Program, 2001.

elizabethrileyprojects.com

Deborah Simon, Artist

Deborah Simon’s work walks the line between taxidermy, toy, and sculpture. She sees archival methods of codifying, labeling, and categorizing scientific specimens as a radical disjunction from their origins in the natural world, and mines this discord as inspiration for her meticulously constructed, and unnervingly uncanny, animal amalgamations. Her recent Flayed Bear sculptures have been mentioned widely online in publications including Design Boom, Complex, and Beautiful Decay.

deborahsimon.net

Art F City, Organization

Art F City is an influential art blog that creates and archives critical discourse, and commissions ambitious artist projects. Since its founding in 2008, Art F City has added a daily mix of blunt criticism, commentary, community-minded journalism, and often biting opinion-based reporting to the contemporary art community.

artfcity.com

Cave Canem Foundation, Organization

Founded in 1996 to remedy the under-representation and isolation of African American poets, Cave Canem Foundation is a home for the many voices of African American poetry and is committed to cultivating the artistic and professional growth of African American poets. From Cave Canem’s administrative and programming headquarters, based in DUMBO since 2009, the organization serves a city-wide and national audience with an annual writing retreat, community-based workshops, readings, panels, lectures, book prize competitions and anthology publications.

cavecanempoets.org

Edible Schoolyard NYC

Edible Schoolyard NYC transforms the hearts, minds and eating habits young New Yorkers through an integrated seed-to-table education. Edible Schoolyard NYC works with historically disadvantaged elementary and middle schools teaching experiential kitchen and garden classes as part of each school's core curriculum.

esynyc.org

Girl Be Heard, Organization

Girl Be Heard is a non-profit theatre company and educational program that uses theatre to empower young women to become brave, socially conscious leaders and, through writing and performance, raise awareness of issues affecting women and girls in their communities. Girl Be Heard creates cutting-edge, cause-related theatre, inspired, written and performed by girls ages 12 to 21, about the issues they care about most, such as bullying, body image, and self-harm, and also on issues affecting girls worldwide such as domestic violence, sexual assault, gun violence, sex trafficking and forced child marriage. Girl Be Heard also runs after school programs and performs workshops at school assemblies, detention centers, and for governmental agencies, NGOs, and community organizations around the city, country and internationally. Girl Be Heard has also performed at the United Nations, TED conferences and The White House.

girlbeheard.org

Radio Diaries, Organization

Since 1996, Radio Diaries has been giving people tape recorders and working with them to report on their own lives and histories. Collaborated with teenagers and octogenarians, prisoners and prison guards, bra saleswomen and lighthouse keepers, Radio Diaries has helped pioneer a new form of citizen journalism, won every major award in broadcast journalism, and produced some of the most memorable documentaries ever heard on public radio. Radio Diaries’ stories are broadcast on NPR’s All Things Considered, This American Life, BBC, and on The Radio Diaries Podcast.

radiodiaries.org

United Photo Industries, Organization

United Photo Industries brings the photographic community together by presenting photography installations and events in unique locations and focusing on content that is accessible to everyday people from all walks of life. UPI has been working from their gallery headquarters in DUMBO since 2011 to identify, harness, and conjure unexpected exhibition opportunities, champion new directions in photography and cultivate ties within an ever-expanding, globe-trotting community of photographers.

unitedphotoindustries.com

Mary Mattingly, Artist
Mary Mattingly is a visual artist. She founded Swale, an edible landscape on a barge in New York City. Docked at public piers but following waterways common laws, Swale circumnavigates New York's public land laws, allowing anyone to pick free fresh food. Swale instigated and co-created the "foodway" in Concrete Plant Park, the Bronx in 2017. The "foodway" is the first time New York City Parks is allowing people to publicly forage in over 100 years. It's currently considered a pilot project. Mattingly recently completed a two-part sculpture “Pull” for the International Havana Biennial with the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de la Habana and the Bronx Museum of the Arts, two spherical ecosystems that were pulled across Habana to Parque Central and the museum. In 2018 she received a commission from BRIC Arts Media to build "What Happens After" which involved dismantling a military vehicle (LMTV) that had been to Afghanistan and deconstructing its mineral supply chain. A group of artists including performance artists, veterans, and public space activists re-envisioned the vehicle for BRIC. In 2016 Mattingly had led a similar project at the Museum of Modern Art. In 2009 Mattingly founded the Waterpod Project, a barge-based public space and self-sufficient habitat that hosted over 200,000 visitors in New York. In 2014, an artist residency on the water called WetLand launched in Philadelphia and traveled to the Parrish Museum. It was utilized by the University of Pennsylvania’s Environmental Humanities program until 2017. Mary Mattingly’s work has also been exhibited at Storm King, the International Center of Photography, the Seoul Art Center, the Brooklyn Museum, the New York Public Library, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, and the Palais de Tokyo. With the U.S. Department of State and Bronx Museum of the Arts she participated in the smARTpower project, traveling to Manila. Mattingly has been awarded grants and fellowships from the James L. Knight Foundation, Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology, Yale University School of Art, the Harpo Foundation, NYFA, the Jerome Foundation, and the Art Matters Foundation. Her work has been featured in Aperture Magazine, Art in America, Artforum, Art+Auction, Art News, Sculpture Magazine, China Business News, The New York Times, New York Magazine, Financial Times, Le Monde Magazine, Metropolis Magazine, New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, the Brooklyn Rail, the Village Voice, and on BBC News, MSNBC, Fox News, News 12, NPR, WNBC, New York 1, and on Art21's New York Close Up series. Her work has been included in books such as the Whitechapel/MIT Press Documents of Contemporary Art series titled “Nature” and edited by Jeffrey Kastner, Triple Canopy’s Speculations, the Future Is... published by Artbook, and Henry Sayre’s A World of Art, 8th edition, published by Pearson Education Inc. [marymattingly.com](https://marymattingly.com)
Blane De St. Croix, Artist

Blane De St. Croix creates sculpture and drawing encompassing the geopolitical landscape. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including: The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; The Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors; The Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant; The MassArt Alumni Award for Outstanding Creative Accomplishment, The National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture. His work has been widely exhibited, in venues including Fredericks and Freiser (NYC), Sculpture Center (NYC), Weatherspoon Art Museum (Greensboro, NC), The Contemporary Art Center (New Orleans, LA), Laumeier Sculpture Park (St. Louis, MO), Gasworks Gallery (London, UK), Tomio Koyama Gallery (Tokyo), Art In Embassies (U.S. Department of State, D.C.), Socrates Sculpture Park (NYC), Wave Hill (NYC), Bass Museum of Art (Miami, FL), and The Sheila Johnson Design Center at the New School (NYC).

blanedestcroix.com

Marc Dennis, Artist

Marc Dennis is known for his hyperrealistic paintings of staged images that juxtapose contemporary culture and art history, focusing on the psychological, physical, and social roles art plays in contemporary society. His work has been shown internationally and has been written about in Art News, Modern Painters, The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Huffington Post, and The Chicago Tribune among others.

marcdennis.com

Peter Drake, Artist

Peter Drake is a visual artist working in painting and video. His most recent work focuses on a collection of lead play figurines from the early 20th century. In 2015 Waiting for Toydot, a permanent MTA Arts and Design public art commission for the Long Island Rail Road Massapequa Station opened to the public. In addition to his artistic practice, Drake is the Academic Dean at the New York Academy of Art.

peterdrakeartist.com

Gabriele Evertz, Artist

Gabriele Evertz is a key figure in the renowned Hunter Color School. Her work has been exhibited internationally including in Australia, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, and the United States. Her recent museum exhibitions include MoMA PS1 (NYC), Heckscher Museum (Huntington, NY), Hillwood Art Museum (Brookville, NY), Columbus Museum (Columbus, OH), Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum (Miami, FL), Ulrich Museum (Wichita, KS), and Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen, Germany). In addition to her painting practice, Evertz is a full professor at Hunter College’s Department of Art & Art History with curatorial record and published writer on painting, color theory, and related issues.

gabrieleevertz.com

Chitra Ganesh, Artist

Chitra Ganesh is a visual artist whose drawing-based work includes large scale installation and comics. She borrows images and themes from Hindu, Greek, and Buddhist mythology, literature, and popular culture to present alternative feminist and queer narratives. Her work has been shown both locally and internationally, including at the Queens Museum, Asia Society (NYC), Berkeley Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, with solo presentations at PS1/MOMA (NYC), The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, PA) and Goteborgs Konsthalle (Sweden), and most recently, at the Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art.

chitraganesh.com

Jerry Kearns, Artist

Jerry Kearns’s paintings depict iconic figures from Western popular culture collaged in various modes of representation to create narratives of conflict and struggle. He has exhibited internationally across the Americas, Europe, and Asia since the 1980s. He has been featured many times in New York Times, Art and Auction, ARTnews, and ARTFORUM, among others. His paintings are included in many public and private collections, including the Museum of Modern Art (NYC), National Galerie (Berlin, Germany), Brooklyn Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC), The Norton Family Collection (Los Angeles, CA), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Queensland Art Gallery (Queensland, Australia).

jerrykearns.com

Jeanine Oleson, Artist

Jeanine Oleson is a visual artist with a broad multidisciplinary practice that uses photography, performance, film/video, and installation work to engage contemporary societal topics and challenge political and social norms. She has recently exhibited and performed at: New Museum (NYC), Exit Art (NYC), Beta-Local (San Juan, Puerto Rico), X-Initiative (NYC), Grand Arts (Kansas City, MO), Socrates Sculpture Park (NYC), and MoMA/P.S.1 (NYC). Oleson was in residence at the New Museum, Smack Mellon Studio Program, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. In addition to her art practice, Oleson is an Assistant Professor of Photography in the Department of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons the New School for Design.

jeanineoleson.com

Shelter Serra, Artist

Shelter Serra is mixed media artist whose sculptures and drawings explore notions of mass consumption and cultural identity. He is best known for his interpretations of luxury commercial goods, recasting iconic handbags and watches in resin, rubber, plaster, and copper. His work has been exhibited internationally from New York to Tokyo.

shelterserra.com

Thomas Stevenson, Artist

Thomas Stevenson is a visual artist whose participatory art installations and artist-constructed social events question the line between public and private space and offer alternative models of interaction with the urban environment. His projects have been presented on streets and rooftops throughout New York City, at the New Museum Idea City Festival and Art Basel Miami, and internationally in Beijing, Belarus, and Wales.

Art in General, Organization

Founded in 1981, Art in General is a nonprofit organization that assists local and international artists to create groundbreaking and major new works that would otherwise not be realized, and engages the public with the key ideas that these artworks address. In its thirty-four years, the organization has emerged as one of New York City’s leading nonprofits devoted to supporting the creation of contemporary art, providing an environment in which artists can exhibit unconventional work and exchange ideas with their peers.

artingeneral.org

Cey Adams, Artist

Cey Adams is a New York City native. He emerged from the downtown graffiti movement 1970’s and is inspired by 60’s pop art, sign painting, comic books. The founding creative director of Def Jam Recordings, he is a pioneer of hip-hop graphic design. His work explores the relationship between transformation and discovery, focusing on pop culture, race and gender relations, cultural and community issues.

ceyadams.com

Ben Thorp Brown, Artist

Ben Thorp Brown creates sculptures, prints, video installations, and performances. that explore how human experience is transformed by technology and capitalism. His work seeks to explore the possibilities for human agency within complex systems through embedded research, process, and collaboration with a range of participants. His recent work was included in exhibitions such as Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art from 1905-2016, The Whitney Museum of American Art; Greater New York, MoMA PS1; 24/7 the human condition, Vienna Biennale; and Chance Motives, SculptureCenter.

benthorpbrown.com

Marsha Cottrell, Artist

Marsha Cotrrell utilizes a desktop computer and office laser printer in the creation of unique, abstract works on paper. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail, and The Wall Street Journal. Cottrell’s work is included in public collections such as Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), Morgan Library and Museum (NYC), and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

marshacottrell.com

Beth Dary, Artist

Beth Dary’s work explores global themes in a variety of media, often creating site-specific and public art installations that are responsive to the local environment. Dary focuses on environments under stress, either from evolutionary change, natural disasters, direct human interaction, or climate change. Dary exhibits nationally and internationally and has received numerous fellowships, residencies and awards including Yaddo, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. She is currently an Artist Mentor at Smack Mellon and serves as the curator for "Main Window," a public art window in DUMBO that showcases Brooklyn and New York City artists.

bethdary.com

Eva Davidova, Artist

Eva Davidova is a Bulgarian/Spanish media artist utilizing animation, 3D sculpture, drawing and Virtual Reality performance. Her work has been exhibited internationally. Recent projects include Playground for Drowning Animals and Transfer and Disappearance, both presented in DUMBO; Happenland at Radiator Gallery and Feeding Alice at the Holographic Center (NYC); the Moscow Biennale; LOOP (Bracelona); Scope Basel Video; Roma Contemporary; and solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center La Regenta (Tenerife, Spain) and the Everson Museum’s Urban Video Project (Syracuse, NY).

evadavidova.com

Anne Gilman, Artist

Anne Gilman’s works consist of large-scale drawings and multi-panel projects that map information, thought, and emotion. Her work has been exhibited internationally, with two recent solo shows: In any one day, how all the things get mixed together at Five Points Gallery (Torrington, CT) and Descifrar/ to decipher, decode, figure out at Instituto Cervantes (NY). She has received a Chenven Foundation Award, fellowships from the Edward Albee Foundation and MacDowell Colony. Her work has been featured in Bomb Magazine, Guernica Magazine, Publishing Perspectives, and Literal.

annegilman.com

Brian Kokoska, Artist

Brian Kokoska primarily paints and sculpts invented, cartoonish faces, both mask-like and impenetrable, while at the same time vulnerable and expressive. He is influenced by the history and practice of portraiture; masks and their uses across cultures; youth culture; androgyny; and what he describes as “post-gender identity.”His recent solo and group exhibitions include: Reality Bytes, Frank F. Yang Art & Education Foundation (Shenzhen); Trauma Sauna, Ashes/Ashes (Los Angeles); Hush Hook, LOYAL (Stockholm); I’m a horse now, East Hampton Shed (East Hampton, NY); Poison IV, Valentin (Paris); Rare Angel (w/ Debo Eilers), American Medium, (Brooklyn, NY); and Blood Reply, Ohmydays (Singapore). His work has been featured and reviewed in Mousse, Dazed, New York Observer, Art in America, The Philadelphia Inquirer and VICE.

briankokoska.com

Bundith Phunsombatlert, Artist

Bundith Phunsombatlert works in printmaking and digital media. He uses new technology to create new definitions of space in traditional, mass, and cultural media. Carefully considering the history of a culture or a place, he analyzes and synthesizes these situations to develop artwork that reconsiders new identities in the globalization era, by engaging a diversity of perceptions, uncovering social meaning as it affects our day-to-day lives. He has participated in numerous international exhibitions, in the United States, Finland, Australia, and China, among others. Among his selected awards and fellowships are the Pollock-Krasner Grant in 2001, the Second Prize UNESCO Digital Art Award from ISEA 2004, and the Asian Cultural Council Fellow in 2007.

bundithphunsombatlert.com

Jennifer Riley, Artist

Jennifer Riley is a painter, contributing editor for ArtCritical.com, exhibitions curator at IUCA+D, and chairman of the board of directors for Triangle Arts Association. She is active in the New York art scene exhibiting, curating and writing about art. She is one of the 16 featured artists in New York Studio Conversations, edited by Stephanie Buhmann, published by The Green Box, Berlin.

jenniferriley.net

Kara Rooney, Artist

Kara Rooney is an artist and critic, working in performance, sculpture, and new media installation. Her visual work has been widely exhibited in international and domestic venues including Fridman Gallery, Driscoll Babcock Gallery, A.I.R. Gallery, the Chelsea Art Museum (NYC); the International Women’s Museum (San Diego); the Jersey City Museum (Jersey City, NJ); the Montclair Art Museum (Montclair, NJ); and the Pera Museum (Istanbul). Rooney is an Editor-at-Large for The Brooklyn Rail.

karalrooney.com

Bernardo Siciliano, Artist

Bernardo Siciliano paints portraits of people and places he knows well, particularly DUMBO, where he has resided for the last 10 years.

bernardosiciliano.com

Artie Vierkant, Artist

Artie Vierkant works with images and objects that focus on the “post-internet” age and to its contemporaneous Intellectual Property rights. He received his MFA from the University of California San Diego and is represented by New Galerie, Paris. He has had recent solo exhibitions at Westfälischer Kunstverein (Münster, Germany), New Galerie (Paris), and Mesler / Feuer and Untitled (NYC). His work will be included in upcoming group exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Kiasma Museum (Helsinki). His writing has appeared in October Journal and other publications.

artievierkant.com

Meta Meta Meta

Meta Meta Meta is a collaborative arts organization run by artists Leah Wolff and Guy Ben-Ari. Since 2009, they have been facilitating creative and discursive activities with the aim of supporting a diverse community of underrepresented artists through collaboration and community engagement. Meta Meta Meta teaches workshops, organizes events, and produces publications in order to empower the public through increased access to the arts.

metametameta.org

Brooklyn Boatworks

Brooklyn Boatworks encourages, inspires, and empowers young people through the unique craft of wooden boat building and on the water experiences. They teach the values of learning by doing, cooperation, perseverance, and craftsmanship. Working inside New York City schools, their programs build students' STEM skills and support positive behaviors, critical thinking, leadership, and self-esteem.

brooklynboatworks.org

Olive Ayhens, Artist

Olive Ayhens is a painter whose work focuses on the natural landscape and the built environment. A recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, the Guggenheim Fellowship, two Pollock/Krasner Foundation grants, and the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Individual Support Grant, she has been a resident of the MacDowell Colony, Ucross, Yaddo, VCCA, LMCC, the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, among others.

www.oliveayhens.com

Dora Budor, Artist

Dora Budor is known for her mixed media works that intertwine film ecologies and architectural structures, and reactive environments. She has participated in numerous institutional and gallery exhibitions, including at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Swiss Institute / Contemporary Art New York, Palais de Tokyo, Museum Fridericianum, and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

Sharon Butler, Artist

Sharon Butler is a painter and publisher Two Coats of Paint, an influential art blog that was awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Program grant in 2013. She has received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant and other awards, and has exhibited at NADA New York, Storefront Ten Eyck, Theodore:Art, Pocket Utopia, The Painting Center, Union College, George Lawson (San Francisco), and SEASON (Seattle). In 2014 she was the Artist-in-Residence at Counterproof Press at the University of Connecticut, and she lives in New York City.

sharonlbutler.com

twocoatsofpaint.com

Davide Cantoni, Artist

Davide Cantoni has been a DUMBO-based artist since 1996. Cantoni’s recent burn drawings and white paintings treat the impermanence of news imagery in our collective memory, particularly those images published in the New York Times. He has shown widely in the US, Europe and Asia. His work is in major private and public collections including: MoMA and OSRAM (Munich).

davidecantoni.org

Elizabeth Hazan, Artist

Elizabeth Hazan is an abstract painter and curator. She attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, was a resident artist at Yaddo, and received a grant from the Peter S. Reed Foundation. She has exhibited her work in galleries and museums throughout the U.S.

www.elizabethhazan.com

Samuel Jablon, Artist

Samuel Jablon is an artist and poet who explores the discursivity and visuality of art and poetry, as well as the interconnection and possibilities of these two forms. He has been exhibited nationally and internationally at the Museum of Modern Art, The Queens Museum, Storefront for Art and Architecture, The Kitchen, Artists Space, with solo exhibitions at Freight + Volume (NY), Arts + Leisure (NY), and Diane Rosenstein (LA).

www.samueljablon.com

Laura Karetzky, Artist

Laura Karetzky is a visual artist working in painting and video whose work examines technology’s effects on our communication. She was the ESKFF Resident at Mana Contemporary and a Milton and Sally Michel Avery endowed resident at Yaddo. She is an active member of the Brooklyn Information and Culture Contemporary Art Council (since 2007).

www.laurakaretzky.com

Anne Peabody, Artist

Anne Peabody is a sculptor whose art frames the forms and patterns of human speech within the broader context of the natural world that surrounds the speakers. Her work features portraits of gossip, folklore, secrets, confessions and tall tales depicted in images drawn from landscapes both urban and rural. Peabody's works have been included in many significant group and solo shows including The Venice Biennale, KY Museum of Art and Craft, Millesgarden Museum, Stockholm Sweden, Smack Mellon, and New York City's "40 Years: 40 Artists" show, celebrating 40 Years of Art in New York City Parks.

annepeabody.com

Rachel Rossin, Artist

Rachel Rossin is a multimedia artist who works in painting, installation, and programming and is regarded as one of the pioneers of the artistic medium of virtual reality. In 2015 she was the recipient of the Fellowship in Virtual Reality at New Museum's Incubator New Inc. Rossin’s work has been exhibited internationally at Signal Gallery (NY), Art In General (Latvia), Kiasma Contemporary Museum of Art (Helsinki), K11 Museum (Shanghai), HeK (Basel), Postmasters (NY), and ZieherSmith (NY).

rossin.co

Juan Sanchez, Artist

Juan Sánchez is a multimedia artist working in painting, printmaking, photography, and videos to make a statement on the social, political, and cultural issues of his Puerto Rican heritage. Sánchez has received awards and fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, The Joan Mitchell Foundation, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Hispanic Academy of Media Arts and Sciences.

Jessica Segall, Artist

Jessica Segall is a multidisciplinary artist whose work plays with interspecies cohabitation and cultural responses to climate adaptation. Her work is exhibited internationally and she received grants and residency support from NYFA, NYSCA, Art Matters, Pollock Krasner, The Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the MacDowell Colony, Art OMI, Bemis, The Jan Van Eyck Academie, and he Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program.

www.jessicasegall.com

Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, Artist

Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong works at the intersection between art, architecture and performance. Through drawing, sculpture, installation, and site-specific architectural interventions, she investigates the negotiation of shared space and the transformation of space over time. She is also the co-founder of design practice Studio C+C.

www.cw-zw.com

Alexi Worth, Artist

Alexi Worth is a painter and writer whoes work explores the tension beween painting and photography as well as the condition of modern life. He received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Tiffany Foundation, and the New England Foundation for the Arts. He has exhibited in solo and group shows across the U.S. and is represented by DC Moore Gallery.

www.alexiworth.com

Etty Yaniv, Artist

Etty Yaniv is an artist working in installation, painting, and sculpture who combines patterns from nature and images from daily life to form hybrid landscapes. She has exhibited in solo and group shows at galleries and museums nationally and internationally, including The Haifa Museum of Art, State Silk Museum (Tbilisi, Georgia), Newark Museum of Art, Torrance Art Museum (CA), A.I.R. Gallery (Brooklyn), Zero1 Biennial (San Francisco), and Leipziger Baumwollspinnerie (Leipzig).

www.ettyyanivstudio.com

Art F City, Organization

Art F City is an influential art blog that creates and archives critical discourse, and commissions ambitious artist projects. Since its founding in 2008, Art F City has added a daily mix of blunt criticism, commentary, community-minded journalism, and often biting opinion-based reporting to the contemporary art community.

artfcity.com

Artadia, Organization

Artadia is a national non-profit organization that supports visual artists with unrestricted, merit-based awards and fosters connections to a network of opportunities. In the past 18 years, Artadia has awarded over $3 million to more than 300 artists throughout its participating award cities of Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. By providing artists with significant, unrestricted financial awards ranging from $5,000 to $20,000, and ongoing assistance through out their careers, Artadia establishes a strong incentive to support artistic excellence.

www.artadia.org

Girl Be Heard, Organization

Girl Be Heard is a non-profit theatre company and educational program that uses theatre to empower young women to become brave, socially conscious leaders and, through writing and performance, raise awareness of issues affecting women and girls in their communities. Girl Be Heard creates cutting-edge, cause-related theatre, inspired, written and performed by girls ages 12 to 21, about the issues they care about most, such as bullying, body image, and self-harm, and also on issues affecting girls worldwide such as domestic violence, sexual assault, gun violence, sex trafficking and forced child marriage. Girl Be Heard also runs after school programs and performs workshops at school assemblies, detention centers, and for governmental agencies, NGOs, and community organizations around the city, country and internationally. Girl Be Heard has also performed at the United Nations, TED conferences and The White House.

girlbeheard.org

Radio Diaries, Organization

Since 1996, Radio Diaries has been giving people tape recorders and working with them to report on their own lives and histories. Collaborated with teenagers and octogenarians, prisoners and prison guards, bra saleswomen and lighthouse keepers, Radio Diaries has helped pioneer a new form of citizen journalism, won every major award in broadcast journalism, and produced some of the most memorable documentaries ever heard on public radio. Radio Diaries’ stories are broadcast on NPR’s All Things Considered, This American Life, BBC, and on The Radio Diaries Podcast.

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United Photo Industries, Organization

United Photo Industries brings the photographic community together by presenting photography installations and events in unique locations and focusing on content that is accessible to everyday people from all walks of life. UPI has been working from their gallery headquarters in DUMBO since 2011 to identify, harness, and conjure unexpected exhibition opportunities, champion new directions in photography and cultivate ties within an ever-expanding, globe-trotting community of photographers.

unitedphotoindustries.com

Bahar Behbahani, Artist

Bahar Behbahani is an Iranian born artist whose multidisciplinary practice explores landscape as a metaphorical plot for politics and poetics. Behbahani’s work was featured in the solo exhibition at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College in 2017; The 7th Moscow Biennale, Russia in 2017; The 11th Shanghai Biennale, China in 2016; among many others. Behbahani is an Open Sessions Drawing Center fellow and the Creative Capital awardee of 2019.

www.baharbehbahani.com

Todd Bienvenu, Artist

Todd Bienvenu is figurative painter. He has recently held exhibitionsat Galerie Sebastien Bertrand, Geneva, Austria; yours mine & ours, New York, NY; Harper's Books, East Hampton, NY; Life on Mars, Brooklyn, NY; and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY; and Laurent Godin, Paris, France; and has an upcoming solo show at Almine Rech, London, UK.

www.toddbienvenu.com

Marc Dennis, Artist

Marc Dennis is known for his hyperrealistic paintings of staged images that juxtapose contemporary culture and art history, focusing on the psychological, physical, and social roles art plays in contemporary society. His work has been shown internationally and has been written about in Art News, Modern Painters, The New York Times, TIME Magazine, The Huffington Post, and The Chicago Tribune among others.

marcdennis.com

Peter Drake, Artist

Peter Drake is a visual artist working in painting and video. His most recent work focuses on a collection of lead play figurines from the early 20th century. In 2015 Waiting for Toydot, a permanent MTA Arts and Design public art commission for the Long Island Rail Road Massapequa Station opened to the public. In addition to his artistic practice, Drake is the Academic Dean at the New York Academy of Art.

peterdrakeartist.com

Gabriele Evertz, Artist

Gabriele Evertz is a key figure in the renowned Hunter Color School. Her work has been exhibited internationally including in Australia, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, and the United States. Her recent museum exhibitions include MoMA PS1 (NYC), Heckscher Museum (Huntington, NY), Hillwood Art Museum (Brookville, NY), Columbus Museum (Columbus, OH), Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum (Miami, FL), Ulrich Museum (Wichita, KS), and Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen, Germany). In addition to her painting practice, Evertz is a full professor at Hunter College’s Department of Art & Art History with curatorial record and published writer on painting, color theory, and related issues.

gabrieleevertz.com

Sharon Louden, Artist

Sharon Louden works across a variety of scales, ranging from works on paper to monumental public installations. Recently she has published two books in her trilogy, Living and Sustaining a Creative Life, which is a collection essays by contemporary artists that discusses their first hand experiences of living a creative life. Her work has been exhibited in numerous venues including the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT; Drawing Center, New York, NY, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA; Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, MN; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL; Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art., Kansas City, MO.

www.sharonlouden.com

Noah Lyon, Artist

Noah Lyon is a multidisciplinary artist whose work combines high and low references that critiques both the art world and society. He has exhibited paintings and drawings at galleries and museums internationally and his work can be found in the in the special collections of MoMA, New York, NY; The Tate Britain, London, UK; The Menil Collection, Houston, TX; The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY; and The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. He recently collaborated with revered Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo on clothing collections for both Comme des Garçons and Dover Street Market.

www.noahlyon.com

Craig Anthony Miller, Artist
Craig Anthony Miller is a painter whose work is an explorative process of mapping shapes into images and messages of strength and triumph over despair—often featuring birds and symbolism related to Ganesh. CAM’s paintings and murals have been a staple of the neighborhood since he arrived in 2003.
Jeanine Oleson, Artist

Jeanine Oleson is a visual artist with a broad multidisciplinary practice that uses photography, performance, film/video, and installation work to engage contemporary societal topics and challenge political and social norms. She has recently exhibited and performed at: New Museum (NYC), Exit Art (NYC), Beta-Local (San Juan, Puerto Rico), X-Initiative (NYC), Grand Arts (Kansas City, MO), Socrates Sculpture Park (NYC), and MoMA/P.S.1 (NYC). Oleson was in residence at the New Museum, Smack Mellon Studio Program, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. In addition to her art practice, Oleson is an Assistant Professor of Photography in the Department of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons the New School for Design.

jeanineoleson.com

Kate Teale, Artist

Kate Teale is a dual national British/American artist who ccreates atmospheric drawings, paintings and prints of familiar objects that are layered with meaning. She has had solo exhibitions at Sage University, Albany, NY; Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY and Richmond Center for the Arts, Kalamazoo, MI; and has received the Joan Mitchell Foundation artist grant, was the 2008 NYFA Fellow in painting, and received the Winston Churchill International Travel Fellowship. She is currently a professor at Parsons School of Design.

www.kateteale.net

Art in General, Organization

Founded in 1981, Art in General is a nonprofit organization that assists local and international artists to create groundbreaking and major new works that would otherwise not be realized, and engages the public with the key ideas that these artworks address. In its thirty-four years, the organization has emerged as one of New York City’s leading nonprofits devoted to supporting the creation of contemporary art, providing an environment in which artists can exhibit unconventional work and exchange ideas with their peers.

artingeneral.org

Cey Adams, Artist

Cey Adams, a New York City native, emerged from the downtown graffiti movement of the 1970s. The founding creative director of Def Jam Recordings, he is a pioneer of hip-hop graphic design. His work explores the relationship between transformation and discovery, focusing on pop culture, race and gender relations, cultural and community issues and is inspired by 60’s pop art, sign painting, comic books.

ceyadams.com

Ivana Bašić, Artist

Ivana Bašić is a Serbia born artist whose sculptures of body parts relate to the vulnerability and transformation of the human form. Recent exhibitions include KUMU Museum, Tallinn, Estonia; 6th Athens Biennial, Athens, Greece; Marlborough Contemporary, New York, NY; Whitney Museum, New York, NY; Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY; 57th Belgrade Biennial, Belgrade, Serbia; Museum of Contemporary Art La Panacee, Montpellier, France; Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien, Gratz, Austria, among others and has works in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum, New York, NY.

www.ivanabasic.com/

Eric Timothy Carlson, Artist

Eric Timothy Carlson is an interdisciplinary artist and collaborative creative studio which produces art, design, and multimedia works. Carlson has created album art and live video programs for musicians such as Bon Iver. Solo Exhibitions include Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn, NY.

www.erictimothycarlson.com

Liz Collins, Artist

Liz Collins works between art and design, creating vivid palettes, dynamic patterning and transforming yarn and fabric into multidimensional forms that vary in scale from object-based to immersive and architectural. Collins has exhibited internationally, including at NADA Art Fair; the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY; the New Museum, New York, NY; The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; ICA/Boston, Boston, MA, among others; and has received fellowships from Yaddo, MacDowell, and United States Artist.

www.lizcollins.com

Marsha Cottrell, Artist

Marsha Cottrell utilizes a desktop computer and office laser printer in the creation of unique, abstract works on paper. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail, and The Wall Street Journal. Cottrell’s work is in the collections of Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Morgan Library and Museum, New York, NY; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA.

marshacottrell.com

Sara Cwynar, Artist

Sara Cwynar’s composite photographs and videos draw from advertising and design, summoning the feeling of time passing. Cwynar has had solo exhibitions at the Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI; Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN; Oakville Galleries, London, UK; MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany and has work in the permanent collections of the Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY; the MMK Museum, Frankfurt, Germany; SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA; Centre Pompidou, Paris, France; and Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy.

N. Dash, Artist

N. Dash combines traditional art materials with their raw matter, such as paint and pigment, creating tactile works. Recent solo exhibitions include The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara, CA; Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, Italy; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; Casey Kaplan, New York, NY; Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium; and Galerie Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin, Germany.

Bernardo Siciliano, Artist

Bernardo Siciliano is an Italian born artist who paints the industrial parts of New York City and the people who live there. Siciliano has had solo exhibitions in New York, Milan, Rome, and Shanghai and has been commissioned by Director Bernardo Bertolucci to paint the sets for Verso la fine dell’estatei at the 35th Festival of Spoleto and for the film Io ballo da sola.

www.Bernardosiciliano.com

Mark Tribe, Artist

Mark Tribe is a multimedia artist whose recent work explores the relationship between landscape and technology. He has had solo exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.; Momenta Art in New York, NY; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA; the Queen Victoria Museum in Launceston, Australia; and DiverseWorks in Houston, TX. He has received grants from Creative Capital, the New York Foundation for the Arts, National Performance Network, ArtsLink, the Experimental Television Center and the Puffin Foundation and the author of two books, The Port Huron Project: Reenactments of New Left Protest Speeches (Charta, 2010) and New Media Art (Taschen, 2006), and numerous articles.

www.marktribe.net

Chicken & Egg Pictures, Non-Profit

Chicken & Egg Pictures supports women and gender nonconforming documentary filmmakers whose artful and innovative storytelling catalyzes social change. Since 2005, Chicken & Egg Pictures has awarded $7 million in grants and thousands of hours of creative mentorship to over 300 filmmakers. Films supported by Chicken & Egg Pictures have premiered at prestigious film festivals and won numerous awards, including Academy and Emmy Awards, but more importantly, they have resulted in change for the issues they address.

https://chickeneggpics.org/

Alexandra Bell

Alexandra Bell (b. 1983, Chicago, IL) is a multidisciplinary artist who investigates the complexities of narrative, information consumption, and perception. Her work has been exhibited at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, Charlie James Gallery, MoMA PS1, We Buy Gold, Spencer Museum of Art, and The Whitney Museum of American Art. She received the 2018 International Center of Photography Infinity Award in the applied category. She is a 2020 Sarah Arison Artadia awardee and a 2021 Pioneer Works resident.

www.alexandrabell.com

Andrew Ross

Andrew Ross (b. 1989, Miami, FL) is an artist who focuses on empty signifiers and decontextualized images. His sculptures, drawings, and digital prints are made in homage to the ingenuity of diaspora communities. He received his BFA from Cooper Union in 2011, where he was awarded the Gelman Trust Award. He’s been a resident or fellow at Skowhegan, Triangle Arts Association, The Drawing Center, LMCC, The Macedonia Institute, BHQFU, and Atelier Mondial. Ross has exhibited at The Drawing Center, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Artists Space, and Greene Naftali. He has staged solo exhibitions at Signal, American Medium, Clima Gallery, False Flag, and Heimbold Visual Art Center at Sarah Lawrence College.

www.andrewross.info

Jesse Chun

Jesse Chun (b. 1984, South Korea) is an interdisciplinary artist who addresses systems of language, power, and legibility, drawing from her diasporic relationship to language as an immigrant from neo-colony (South Korea) and colony (Hong Kong). Through multi-channel video poems, sculptures, drawings and installations, my work examines the politics of the world’s most dominant language -- English, and its deep entanglement with colonial legacies and bureaucracies. Chun's work has been presented internationally at SculptureCenter; Queens Museum; The Drawing Center; BAM; Bronx Museum of the Arts; the Vera List Center for Art and Politics (all in the United States); Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto; Oakville Galleries (Canada); and the Nam June Paik Art Center (South Korea), among others. Recent awards include the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant (2020) and the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship at ISCP (2019)

www.jessechun.com

Joeun Kim Aatchim

Joeun Kim Aatchim (b. 1989, South Korea) is a medium-independent artist who crafts contemporary relics and installs audiovisual essays in search of transparency in vision and voice. Her recent projects focus on poetic translations of her Stereoblindness and women's psychology. Aatchim has exhibited internationally, namely at SBC Galerie d'art Contemporain in Montréal, Long March Space in Beijing, and 80WSE, the Jewish Museum in NYC. She received fellowships at Nida Art Colony in Lithuania, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Lighthouse Works, Triangle Art Association, and Open Sessions at The Drawing Center. She holds an MFA in Visual Art from Columbia University and a BFA in Studio Arts from NYU.

www.joeun-aatchim.com

Julian Alexander

Julian Alexander’s work is rooted in culture - both mainstream and the often-overlooked beauty within the black community and Jamaican household he was raised in. These environments shaped his worldview, and later his art. Julian’s career began in the music industry, designing logos, album packaging, and advertising for artists at several record labels. His goal was to represent the artists he worked with in ways that authentically connected with their audiences to create work that is timely and timeless. Rather than adapt his process to reach new audiences, he recontextualizes graphic design and allows it to be seen as an artistic expression. Alexander is a Grammy-award winning designer and the founder of Brooklyn-based design studio Slang Inc.

www.slanginc.com

Justine Kurland

Justine Kurland (b.1969, New York) is known for her utopian photographs of American landscapes and their fringe communities and has spent the better part of the last twenty years on the road. Recent work departs from the road trips she is known for and contemplates her origins: her apartment in New York City, her hometown of Fulton, New York, and her mother’s home in rural Virginia. Concurrently, Kurland cut and collaged the pages of photography books in her personal library authored by canonized white men. Her work is in the public collections of institutions including the Whitney Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, all in New York; the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C.; and the Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal. In 2013, she was awarded The New York Foundation of the Arts' Artists' Fellowship for Photography and in 2018 the Light Work Artist Residency in Syracuse, NY.

www.justinekurland.com

Lucky Risograph

Lucky Risograph is a POC-owned print shop, design studio, and publisher based in Chinatown, NY. Established in 2018, Lucky Risograph continues to incorporate the eco-conscious and affordable nature of risograph printing into their everyday practice-- working with diverse artist communities within NYC and across the globe. Risograph is an eco-friendly medium utilizing non-toxic ink derived from rice bran and print stencils made from natural fiber. In addition, they’ve been able to introduce more people to the joy of risograph through offering affordable print services, DIY studio hours, and workshops. Beyond their publishing practice, they devote their time into the proliferation of the art book and print community through their showcase and event platform: Sounds About Riso.

www.luckyrisograph.press

Sara Jimenez

Sara Jimenez (b.1984, Canada) is a Filipinx-Canadian interdisciplinary artist based in New York. Jimenez received her MFA from Parsons the New School for Design (2013). Jimenez has exhibited at the Pinto Art Museum, El Museo del Barrio, Rush Arts Gallery, BRIC Gallery, BronxArtSpace, FiveMyles Gallery, The Brooklyn Museum, The Bronx Museum, and Smack Mellon, among others. She has been an artist in residence at various organizations, including Wave Hill’s Winter Workspace (2015), the Bronx Museum’s AIM program (2016), Yaddo (2018), BRICworkspace (2018), Art Omi (2019), Project for Empty Space (2019), LMCC’s Workspace (2019-2020) and Bemis (upcoming).

www.sarajimenezstudio.com

SWOON / Caledonia Curry

Caledonia Curry (b. 1977, Connecticut), whose work appears under the name Swoon, is a Brooklyn-based artist and is widely known as the first woman to gain large-scale recognition in the male-dominated world of street art. Callie took to the streets of New York while attending the Pratt Institute of Art in 1999, pasting her paper portraits to the sides of buildings with the goal of making art and the public space of the city more accessible. Curry has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in major museums and galleries around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, New York; the Brooklyn Museum; the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; the Skissernas Museum, Lund, Sweden; MIMA Contemporary Art Museum, Brussels, Belgium; and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Oaxaca, Mexico.

swoonstudio.org

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