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Jorge Otero-Pailos

Jorge Otero-Pailos

Venice Biennale-featured Jorge Otero-Pailos was trained as an architect and specializes in experimental forms of preservation. In his projects, preservation enables a powerful rethinking of our world’s heritage.
Lyle Starr

Lyle Starr

Characterized by both a profound fascination with the methodology of the creative process, and the mechanisms of image reproduction and dissemination, Lyle Starr’s ongoing oeuvre has rightfully garnered him acknowledgment as a distinctive artistic personality.
Michel Huelin

Michel Huelin

An artist who also studied biology, Huelin’s digital brushstrokes plunge the viewer into a virtual world of hybrid objects both real and surreal - a sort of vegetation that the artist refers to as ‘phenotypes’.
Quentin Curry

Quentin Curry

American painter Quentin Curry engages in a kind of contemporary archeology as he takes on history’s most treasured and disregarded debris.
Tomoo Gokita

Tomoo Gokita

Gokita’s work has had a strong presence within the world of contemporary culture for a number of years in Japan, but it was in the early 2000s that his practice became recognized within the international fine art scene.
Amelie Chabannes

Amelie Chabannes

French artist Amelie Chabannes is primarily concerned with the notion of identity. Through her drawings, paintings, video, and sculptures, she explores both the physical and psychological aspects of the self.
Luisa Rabbia

Luisa Rabbia

Born in Italy, Brooklyn-based artist Luisa Rabbia frequently draws inspiration from her daily life to create reflections on time, life, and the human body. Rabbia's meditative works provoke the viewer to contemplate presence and absence through video, porcelain and paper-mache sculpture, ink, acrylic pigment, and pencil drawings.
Midori Harima

Midori Harima

Japanese artist Midori Harima has been captivated by her exposure to media information since she was a child growing up in the suburbs of Tokyo. She investigates our perceptions in an information saturated society by reconstructing figures through photography, projection, black-and-white Xeroxed images, and sculpture.
Ambroise Tezenas

Ambroise Tezenas

French photographer Ambroise Tézenas is highly tuned to "the decisive moment" by capturing rare silence and light throughout bustling streets and alleys, towering skylines, and urban landscapes.
Changha Hwang

Changha Hwang

Concerned with investigating the relationship between time and space through painting, Changha Hwang manipulates his canvases with color and line to create dense patterns in acrylic paint.
Molly Dilworth

Molly Dilworth

Brooklyn-based painter Molly Dilworth started making large-scale outdoor rooftop paintings as a means to get out of her studio and communicate her message to the world in a different way.
Shelter Serra

Shelter Serra

California native and New York-based artist Shelter Serra transforms his ideas into a wide range of media from drawing and print to sculpture and video.
Paul Manes

Paul Manes

Texas-born artist Paul Manes has mastered a range of media from charcoal and oil painting to burlap and kaolin, a clay mineral. His densely layered images often contain universally recognizable motifs supported by a conceptualized framework.
Seth Indigo Carnes

Seth Indigo Carnes

New York based artist Seth Indigo Carnes, also known as [sic], is a conceptual media artist whose works focus on the creation of emotive experience and spiritual goods. Carnes’s works often reference the moving image, culture, technology, the public, street art, performance, and music.
Sarah Trigg

Sarah Trigg

Brooklyn-based artist Sarah Trigg explores modern landscapes through painting. Beginning as abstract interpretations of maps and man-made markings on land, her current body of work has transformed into energetic, fully abstract depictions of the activities on the Earth’s surface.
Alexander Ross

Alexander Ross

Characterized by organic transformations, Alexander Ross’s paintings are inspired by artificial life and nature at the molecular level. Described by Ross as “controlled organisms,” each work swells with free formed orbs, often, undulating through fields of blues and greens suggesting sky, air, and openness.
Mark Wiener

Mark Wiener

Abstract painter Mark Wiener approaches painting from an organic and gestural perspective. In 2007 he took to re-defining what he calls the “Cross Narrative” between action painting and minimalism, a dialogue between geometric shapes, painterly strokes, and tonalities. Each mark is a response to the ones before building rhythmic layers of abstract narrative.
Daniel Wiener

Daniel Wiener

Daniel Wiener’s paintings and sculptures are highly imaginative. Inspired by daydreams and transformations, the viewer can sense how he has captured something ephemeral- a fleeting moment. His saturation of colors and fluid lines seem to change before the eye. Each medium that Wiener explores shifts, winds, untangles, and blooms allowing his art to evoke multiple responses and feelings.
Pierre Obando

Pierre Obando

Born in Belize City, New York-based painter Pierre Obando explores the immense field of products, logos, brands, and other visuals we encounter in our day-to-day lives.
Ali Hossaini

Ali Hossaini

Multidisciplinary media artist Ali Hossaini merges art, science, and spirituality through photography, video, production, and writing. Early on, Ali became involved in academic writing, the Internet, and television production. Drawing from a foundation in philosophy, he has described his body of work as being “driven by contradiction, paradox and mystery.”
Stefan Hengst

Stefan Hengst

Photographer Stefan Hengst brings a candid style to his images developed during a year-long photographic project. Using his iPhone, since November 2009, Stefan has collected a vast catalog of photographs on Facebook.
Mark Dion

Mark Dion

American artist Mark Dion is known for his pioneering and original use of scientific presentations in his installations. A major figure in the contemporary art world, his works have been featured internationally at the Tate Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, and in the PBS series Art21.
Sarah Rifaat

Sarah Rifaat

Sarah Rifaat is a graphic designer and photographer based in Cairo, Egypt. In 2010, Rifaat was one artist selected to participate in 350.org’s global EARTH art project.
Juan Eduardo Gomez

Juan Eduardo Gomez

Colombian-born artist Juan Eduardo Gomez uses the human form in its most expressive moments. Through both his abstract and figurative paintings, Gomez communicates the movement of the human body in its essential form. Juan's body of work show a breadth of harmonious energy recalling musical rhythms and performative positions.
Francesca Gabbiani

Francesca Gabbiani

Swiss-born, Los Angeles-based artist Francesca Gabbiani’s vibrant gouache on paper and cut paper collages are often filled with animals, insects, flowers, birds, and figurines. A prominent figure in the contemporary art world, she has been featured in Interview and frieze magazines as well as at leading institutions like the Museum of Modern Art (New York) and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Geneva, Switzerland).
Shigeki Yoshida

Shigeki Yoshida

With remarkable clarity, the photographs of New York-based photographer Shigeki Yoshida capture the deepest shadows and glimmering lights within architecture, cityscapes, and documentary portraiture. His minimalist techniques activate each photographic still with high contrast blacks and whites.
Victoire Cathalan

Victoire Cathalan

The artwork of Swiss-based artist Victoire Cathalan is marked by thick forests and trees, each stroke draws attention to elongating trunks or overflowing foliage. Victoire cites that recently her intentions have been focused on making “every tree bark palpable to the eye”.
Madeleine Paternot

Madeleine Paternot

Swiss-American painter Madeleine Paternot draws her imagery from a variety of sources such as Japanese anime, the female figure, and vintage furniture to create intimate portraits which emphasize the purity, simplicity, and intimacy experienced by women in everyday situations.
Stephane Couturier

Stephane Couturier

Renowned international artist Stephane Couturier investigates the urban landscapes, construction sites, and factories of Berlin, Beijing, Moscow, Soeul and his native Paris. A photographer with a painterly eye, Stephane extracts from each landscape its most beautiful idiosyncrasies through wide horizon lines and symmetrical planes
Nina Tichava

Nina Tichava

Painter Nina Tichava utilizes techniques found in screen printing, wood block printing, and etching to create densely layered patterns of dots, circles, and abstractions. Nina visualizes her interest in what she calls “the history of surface” through highly textural materials such as cooper, resin, and brass.
Clive van den Berg

Clive van den Berg

South African based artist Clive van den Berg uses sculpture, architecture, painting and printmaking to extend the sensual experiences of the world through art. For Clive, art must “evoke [the body’s] trembling interior and give form to those experiences which take place on the border between inside and outside.”
Holly Miller

Holly Miller

Having been raised in Rome, Italy, the artworks of New York-based artist Holly Miller have been highly influenced by the importance of body language throughout Italian culture.
Josh Harris

Josh Harris

Josh Harris is the founder of JupiterResearch and Pseudo.com. Harris owned and operated Livingston Orchards, LLC, a commercial apple farm in Columbia County, New York from 2001–2006 and is currently the CEO of The Wired City, an Internet television network based in New York City. Widely recognized as a web pioneer, Harris is also known for his art projects, primarily those that centered around his experiment "Quiet: We Live In Public".
Rushkoff/Friesen/Carnes

Rushkoff/Friesen/Carnes

Rushkoff/Friesen/Carnes is a collaboration between three distinct artists: Douglas Rushkoff, Shaun Friesen, and Seth Indigo Carnes.
Margaret Lanzetta

Margaret Lanzetta

New York-based artist Margaret Lanzetta’s intricate paintings are characterized by contrasting elements inspired and adapted from her many travels. Natural botanical silhouettes, architectural forms, and saturated color act as cultural and historical references to India, Syria, Morocco, Italy, and the American West.