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Hillel O’Leary is a New York based sculptor and installation artist whose work deals with ideas surrounding place, time, and belonging.
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.
Zac Hacmon is an Israeli-born artist whose sculptures represent structures that explores the relationship between the human body and architecture. Zac studied at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design…
Christina Massey a NY-based mixed media artist whose work explores her interest in the preservation of our planet.
Bat-Ami Rivlin is an Israeli-born multi-media artist who lives and works in New York City. Bat-Ami’s politically-charged work “scrutinizes the pivotal moments when barriers between bodies, things, and spaces break down or intersect in unexpected ways.”
Alison Kudlow is a New York-based artist whose multi-displinary practice explores how materiality impacts our experience of light.
Resa Blatman is an interdisciplinary Massachusetts-based artist whose work considers issues of climate change and its effect on our landscape and natural resources. She stated that her work “inhabits the terrain between the poetry of art and nature, and the future of climate dystopia.” Resa received her MFA from Boston University in 2006 and her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1995. She has had solo exhibitions at the Wright Art Center Gallery at the Delta State University in Mississippi, the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Georgia and the Hollister Gallery at Babson College in Massachusetts. And she has also participated in group shows at Spartanburg Art Museum in South Carolina, Chen Art Gallery at Central Connecticut State University and Gauntlet Gallery in San Fransisco. And she has upcoming shows at the Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City, the University of New Hampshire Museum of Art and the University Gallery at Western Illinois University. She was an artist in resident at the Vermont Studio Center and the Arctic Circle Residency in Svalbard Norway. All images courtesy of the artist Bleached Coral 1, 2017. Arylic, colored pencil and pen on board. 20 in x 30 in Bleached Coral 3, 2017. Arylic, colored pencil and pen on board. 15 in x 20 in Fading Reef, 2017. Acrylic, colored pencil, and pen on Mylar. 96 in x 101.25 in Dispersant, 2017. Oil on hand-cut Mylar. 112 in x 96 in x 8in Dispersant, 2017. Oil on hand-cut Mylar. 112 in x 96 in x 8in Tempest (detail), 2013. Oil and glitter on layered, laser-cut panels. 42 in x 100 in x 3 in The Fall, 2012. Oil, beads, glitter, glue, and graphite on DiBond aluminum panels. 72 in x 156 in
Jaanika Peerna is an Estonian-born artist living and working primarily in New York since 1998 as well as in Berlin and Tallinn. Her work encompasses drawing, video, installation and performance, often dealing with the theme of transitions in light, air, water and other natural phenomena. She is often involved in collaborative projects working with dancers and musicians. She has exhibited her work extensively in the entire New York metropolitan area as well as in Berlin, Paris, Tallinn, Helsinki, Venice, Moscow, Dubai, Sydney, and Cologne. Her work is in numerous private collections in the US and Europe and has been acquired by French National Art collection in Paris. Her work is represented in the United States by ARC Fine Art in Connecticut, and Galerie Ulf Larsson in Cologne. She is a member artist at Artist Pension Trust and was awarded the FID Grand Prize in 2016 for her work in drawing. All images courtesy of the artist  
Ben Godward is a NY-based artist who works primarily in sculpture and public works of art. He received his MFA in sculpture from the university at Albany in 2007 and his BFA in sculpture at Alfred University in 2004. He has exhibited nationally and internationally at spaces such as The Front in New Orleans, Reservoir Art Space in Queens, Slag Gallery in Brooklyn, Volta 11 in Basel Switzerland and Socrates Sculpture Park in New York. He was a resident at the Socrates Sculpture Park and received a fellowship from the International Sculpture Center, I-Park and Jerome Foundation. He has permanent sculptures installed at the Stevens Institute of Technology and the Hyperallergic headquarters in Brooklyn. All images courtesy of the artist  
Daniel Lanzilotta is an environmental artist who repurposes plastic waste, detritus, rubbish, fragments of litter, trash, flotsam and jetsam into works of art. Daniel is also a private chef who advocates for naturally grown foods. He received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon in 1984 and has been interviewed across the media, including by networks such as Channel 12 News, Fox 61 and the Norwalk Daily Voice. He has recently had exhibitions at spaces such as  Green County Art Council in the Catskills, Creativity Caravan in Montclair NJ, Scrap Gallery in Cathedral City. And he currently has work up at Compass Realty in Brooklyn and the Westport Library. All images courtesy of the artist
Margaret-Inga Urías is a New York based artist who works across the disciplines of drawing, photography, installation and sculpture. Her work—which is rooted in scientific research—considers how entire worlds come from and return to dust, a substance that she believes could tell the story of everything that has ever existed. Margaret received her BA from Columbia University in 2001 and an MS from Pratt Institute in 2004. She has exhibited at the Bronx Museum of Art, String Room Gallery in Aurora, NY, City Without Walls Gallery and Visual Arts Center, which were both in New Jersey. She has been an artist in residence at Saltonstal Foundation for the Arts in Ithaca, NY and the Artist in the Marketplace Program at the Bronx Museum.  She is a recipient of the Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Grant, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant and a New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship. And her most recent of work titled "Return to Me" is now on view at the Equity Gallery in NYC. All images courtesy of the artist Equity Gallery, Installation View Ink on Paper Drawings 30x22” each, unframed Return to Me: Section 07, Part 01, 2015 30” x 22” ink on paper Return to Me: Section 09, Part 01, 2015 30” x 22” Ink on paper Return to Me: Section 10, Part 01.02, 2016 19.75” x 19.75” Ink on paper Return to Me: Section 10, Part 01.01, 2017 19.75” x 19.75” Ink on paper Return to Me: Section 10, Part 01.01, 2017 19.75” x 19.75” Ink on paper Return to Me: Section 10, Part 01, 2015 30” x 22” Ink on paper Return to Me: Section 10, Part 03, 2015 30” x 22” Ink on paper Return To Me, Ghosts of Catastrophe: No.05, 2016 22.047˝ x 14.173˝ Engraving on Clear Glass Return to Me: From Rock and Cloud, 2016 6” x 6” ea. Ink on paper Return To Me, Untitled Wall Drawing, 2016 223” x 89” Acrylic on wall Return To Me, Untitled Wall Drawing, Installation view through gallery, 2016 223” x 89” Acrylic on wall Return To Me, Untitled Wall Drawing, Installation view through gallery, 2016 397” x 121” Acrylic on wall Return To Me, Untitled Wall Drawing,Gallery installation view, 2017 148” x 102.75” Laser CAD-Cut Vinyl Return To Me, Untitled Wall Drawing,Gallery installation view, 2017 148” x 102.75” Laser CAD-Cut Vinyl Reminders & Remainders No.02, 2014 24x48” Hand-engraved Acrylic panel, mirror, plexiglass, glass Reminders & Remainders No.03, 2015 72x48”x14” Hand-engraved Acrylic panels, glass, charcoal dust, rock fragments Return to Me, Ghosts of Catastrophe: No.02 (A History of Everything That Ever Existed), 2017 (7) 4.3˝ x 2.4˝ x .75˝ ea. Engravings on Clear Glass Return to Me, Ghosts of Catastrophe: No.02 (A History of Everything That Ever Existed), 2017 (7) 4.3˝ x 2.4˝ x .75˝ ea. Engravings on Clear Glass Return to Me, Ghosts of Catastrophe: No.03, 2016 23.62” x 15.75” Engraving on Black Glass Return to Me, Ghosts of Catastrophe: No.06, 2017 23.62” x 15.75” Engraving on White Glass
Seldon Yuan is a NY-based artist who received his BHA from Carnegie Mellon University and his MFA from Hunter College. He has published a book of poetry entitled "morning, afternoon, evenings" and performed his poetry across the US and Paris. His art has been exhibited nationally and internationally in various galleries and venues including the Museum of Modern Art, International Center of Photography, Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Arario Gallery, Rare Gallery, La Generale in Paris, Gallerie 69 in Oslo, Norway, Around Space in Shanghai and the Museum of New Art in Detroit. He has completed residencies at Chashama North, Bowery Poetry Club, and Naropa University. He has completed a commission for Socrates Sculpture Park in New York for their Emerging Artist Fellowship and was included in the 2013 Bronx Museum of Art AIM Biennial. All images courtesy of the artist Untitled (yes), 2016, Ink on paper. 50x38 inches. Untitled (so sorry), 2016, Ink on paper. 50x38 inches. Untitled (everything is fine), 2016, Ink on paper. 50x38 inches. Behind the brush 2006, mirror and cut paper, 35 x 35 x 4 inches Text reads: behind the brush  we could not have seen one another  then was only sky we had to leave  wondering among other things  where birds came from  where birds go to camouflaged by our leaving thoughts  we saw only ourselves alone  envying stones  we were saddened by logs as arms cradled down back  until our branches touched by chance  there was never chance we are trees  we have always been together Untitled (clock, towel) 2015, embroidered towel. 78 years, the average American Life Untitled (plant, clock) 2012, live plant, dimensions variable Conceived as a meditation on time and its linear and non-linear aspects, the numbers one through twelve are cut into a live plant in a circle to resemble a clock while the two flowering stems resemble a clock's hour and minute hands. As the leaves move in accordance to the position of the sun, so does the order of the hours. Untitled (plant, clock) 2012, live plant, dimensions variable Untitled (plant, clock) 2012, live plant, dimensions variable
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
Jaynie Gillman Crimmins is a Brooklyn-based artist who uses re-purposed material, such as shredded financial statements and junk mail, in order to make elaborate textural pieces that interweave narratives about her own beliefs and behaviors, and consumer culture. Crimmins’ work has been exhibited at 2016’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the 8th Annual Governor’s Island Art Fair and her new project in process, Building a Blue Wall, was recently installed at the John Doe Gallery in Brooklyn. She will be showing work at 470 Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn, which opens June 2nd. All images courtesy of the artist  
Joe Joe Orangias is a visual artist, activist and writer based between New York City and Geneva. His projects, often collaborative and site-specific, focus on monuments, public space, queerness, decolonization and sustainable development.
Amanda Heidel is an MFA candidate at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She uses reclaimed, recycled and waste materials in her sculptures, installations and performances as a way to blur the line between art and life. She has had solo exhibitions at Chasma Gallery in New York and Change is Vintage Gallery in Belmar, NJ and has been included in group shows at Greenkill Gallery in Kingston NY, 3rd Street Gallery in Philadelphia, Rutgers University in Camden, NJ, Diggi Palace in India, Weaving Hand Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and Greenpoint Gallery, also in Brooklyn. All images courtesy of 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
Joe Bochynski is a Brooklyn-based artist whose multi-disciplinary work explores ideas surrounding symbolism, archeology and power.
Arlene Rush is a New York based conceptual artist whose diverse work deals with issues of gender, identity, and socio economic issues and politics. Her work asks viewers to look at the balance and place and meaning of what is occurring in our contemporary world.   Rebirth, 2016.

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