Maria de Los Angeles is a New York-based artist who was born in Mexico and immigrated to Santa Rosa California in 2000. Her work is inspired by both personal experience and the the larger political conversations surrounding migration.
Vicki Khuzami is a New York-based artist whose work explores socio-psychological taboos from a veuyeristic perspective by use of the dollhouse. Vicki received her BFA from SUNY New Paltz and has…
Christina Massey a NY-based mixed media artist whose work explores her interest in the preservation of our planet.
Mary Elizabeth Peterson is an American abstract artist based between North Carolina and Connecticut, whose work is inspired largely by plant and marine life, and water and ecological circumstances. Mary Elization is a graduate of The University of Connecticut and The Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington DC. She is a juried member of the elite Silvermine Art Guild and has received an artist residency grant from The Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been written about widely in print and digital publications and is held in private and corporate collections worldwide. All images courtesy of the artist           
Aaron Schraeter is a New York-based artist whose work with found materials explores narratives that are part diary and part metaphor. He received his BFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University in 2009 and an MFA from Queens College in 2012. He has recently shown at The Gallery at Gamine, Klapper Hall Gallery, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, David & Schweitzer Contemporary and the Greenpoint Gallery. He currently has a public sculpture on view at the 1st Avenue Green Park in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. All images courtesy of the artist
Ea Domke is a Boston transplant by way of Iowa; they received their BFA with an emphasis in painting and a minor in art history from the University of South Dakota in 2014. They are currently an MFA candidate at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Their current practice is interdisciplinary; incorporating painting and sculpture into hybrids works, and creating installations that are often site-specific and experiential. They are a 2017 nominee for the Dedalus MFA Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture, recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship Award, CURCS Grant, Gunderson Art Scholarship, and their latest solo show, Pedagogy of the Self: The Phenomenological Truths, was on display at Tufts University this past February. All photos courtesy of artist
Phaan Howng  is an American-born Taiwanese multi-media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. She uses the media of painting, sculpture and and installation to stage the sublime and formidable beauty of an Earth post-humanity. Phaan received her MFA from the Mount Royal School of Art At MICA in 2015, and she had her first solo show titled Bioloigical Controls: If It Bleeds We Can Kill It at School 33 Project Space in Baltimore. She has also exhibited at Randall Scott Project and, ArtScape in Baltimore, the  Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA and the RE Art show in Brooklyn. She received a silver medal for her work in the show Color at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition in Redhook, BK. And she has had reviews in publications such as Hyperallergic, Art F City, Washington Post and the Baltimore City Paper. All images courtesy of Phaan Howng. Eulogies of the Present Past was for the public programming portion Howng's  installation, Biological Controls; If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It at School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, MD. For the first portion of the event, attendees were invited to write and recite a poem about our descent into the Anthropocene epoch while wearing a custom matching suit in the installation. For the second portion, attendees were also invited to karaoke to a sad song of their choice. Both portions were live streamed via the web to the audience from the installation to their room.
Joe Bochynski is a Brooklyn-based artist whose multi-disciplinary work explores ideas surrounding symbolism, archeology and power.
This week Art Uncovered hits the Spring Break Art Show, a curator-driven art fair that showcases over 150 curators who premiere new artworks created by over 400 artists. The selected curators were chosen based on their proposals that deal with the theme of "Black Mirror," which is not a reference to the popular Netflix series, but, rather, a concept that includes ideas such as self-reflexivity, especially in the digital age. Photos courtesy of Kimberly Ruth Future Past News, Andrea Wolf and Karolina Ziulkoski Cate Giordano, TV Guide  Tamara Santibañez, Thinking About Everything, But Then Again, I Was Thinking About Nothing. Curated by Justin De Demko It Was A Pleasure To Burn, curated by Vanessa Albury  Sean Fader, 365 Profile Pics Greg Haberny, The Elephant In The Room (or Stanley Kubrick Isn't Dead He Just Looks Funny) Personal Tesserac, curated by Anne Spalter
Meet the mystical-psychedelic dreamer Dean Cercone. An artist and a musician—he’s giving the world a completely unique form of creative skills!