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  1. Luca Buvoli, Director

    Luca Buvoli, Director

    Luca Buvoli (born in Italy, lives in New York), Director of the Mount Royal School of Art at MICA, is an artist working with animated film and video, installation, sculpture, painting and drawing.

  2. Alice Aycock

    Alice Aycock

    Alice Aycock has exhibited in major international museums and galleries. Her works are in the collections of the MoMA, NYC, the Whitney Museum of American Art, LA County Museum, and the National Gallery, among others. She exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Documenta VI and VIII in Kassel, Germany, and the Whitney Biennial. She has had two major retrospectives, organized respectively by the Wurttembergischer Kunstverein in Stuttgart, and the Storm King Art Center. In 2013, a retrospective of her drawings was exhibited at the new Parrish Art Museum and the Grey Art Gallery in NYC. Alice Aycock’s public sculptures are at the Dulles International Airport, the San Francisco Public Library, and JFK International Airport among other places. In March 2014, a series of sculptures were installed on the Park Avenue Malls in NYC.

  3. Stephanie Barber

    Stephanie Barber

    Stephanie Barber is a writer and artist. She has recently finished her first feature length narrative video, DAREDEVILS, which will screen at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, and at The Anthology Film Archives, NYC, in the Autumn of 2014. Her films and videos have has been screened nationally and internationally in solo and group shows at MoMA, NYC, Tate Modern, London; Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC; Paris Cinematheque; Walker Art Center, MN; MOCA Los Angeles, Wexner Center for Art, OH. Barber’s essays, stories and poems are widely published in print and online. Her books these here separated to see how they standing alone and Night Moves are published by Publishing Genius Press in 2010 and 2013 respectively.

  4. David B. Brody

    David B. Brody

    David Brody has shown paintings, wall drawings, and digital animations widely. His digital animations have been included in programs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, MoMA, The Reina Sofia Museum, and the Centre Pompidou, and he has made wall drawing installations for the Brooklyn Museum and the Drawing Center. His installation 8 Ecstasies was recently shown at Pierogi/The Boiler in Brooklyn. Recent solo painting shows have been at Pierogi and Sometimes Works of Art (James Siena's project gallery in NYC). Brody’s critical writing appears in, and he has written for Cabinet, Bomb Magazine, and The Brooklyn Rail.

  5. Patty Chang

    Patty Chang

    Patty Chang (1972, San Leandro, CA) lives and works in Boston, MA. Her work has been exhibited at galleries and museums nationwide and internationally, including the Guggenheim Museum; the New Museum, New York; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago; the Hamburg Kunstverein in Hamburg, Germany; the SF MoMA, San Francisco. She is a 2014 recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship and has recently exhibited her video installation Flotsam Jetsam (2007), a collaboration with David Kelley, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

  6. Dawn Clements

    Dawn Clements

    Dawn Clements (B.A. Brown University, M.F A. SUNY Albany) has shown in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, and in many international museums and institutions including the Venice Biennale, Kunsthalle Wien (Austria), MassMoCA, and Aldrich Museum. Gallery solo shows include Pierogi Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Acme Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), and Hales Gallery (London). She received a Guggenheim Fellowship, and her artwork is included in collections of MoMA, Whitney Museum, Saatchi Collection, and other public and private collections.

  7. Joanne Greenbaum

    Joanne Greenbaum

    Joanne Greenbaum (1953, NYC, B.A. Bard College) has exhibited internationally in venues including PS1 MoMA, New York, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, Kunsthalle, Basel, and Whitechapel Gallery, London. A career-spanning survey of Greenbaum’s work was mounted by Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich and travelled to Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, Germany in 2008/2009. Greenbaum’s work is represented by greengrassi in London, UK, Nicolas Krupp in Basel, Switzerland, Crone Gallery in Berlin, Van Horn Gallery in Dusseldorf, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, and Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York.

  8. Mark Harris

    Mark Harris

    Mark Harris (MA in Painting, The Royal College of Art, London; MA in Continental Philosophy, University of Warwick, Coventry; PhD in Philosophy, Goldsmiths College, London) is coordinator of critical studies on the MFA at Goldsmiths College.Recent solo shows include Wexner Center, Columbus, 2007; 2 kolegas, Beijing, 2006; Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, 2008; Country Club Gallery, Cincinnati, 2010; and Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, 2014. Group shows include the Whitechapel Gallery, London, and SOMArts, San Francisco.Recent publications include “Countercultural Intoxication: An Aesthetics of Transformation” in The Countercultural Experiment: Consciousness and Encounters at the Edge of Art, University of Minnesota Press, 2011; and “Cinema, studio, tools” in Proto-Tools 1, Flat Time House, London, 2014.

  9. Siobhan Liddell

    Siobhan Liddell

    Siobhan Liddell (born in England, lives in New York) is a painter and sculptor whose work has been exhibited in shows including the Whitney Biennial, New York, and the Yokohama Triennial, Japan, and in institutions such as the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX, and others in America, Europe and Japan.

  10. Fabian Marcaccio

    Fabian Marcaccio

    Fabian Marcaccio (1963, Rosario, Argentina, lives in New York) has exhibited internationally his environmental paintings, animations, and "Paintants," that combine digitally manipulated imagery, sculptural form, and three dimensionally painted surfaces.

  11. Suzanne McClelland

    Suzanne McClelland

    Exhibiting internationally since the early 1990s, artist Suzanne McClelland (born in Jacksonville, FL, lives in Brooklyn, NY) is known for both large­scale paintings and works on paper, often extracting fragments of speech or text from public sources and sometimes incorporating collaborative elements with writers and musicians. Selected solo shows include the Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris (NY), the Weatherspoon Art Museum (Greensboro, NC), and recent gallery shows include Team Gallery (NY), Andres Thalman (Zurich), Shane Campbell, Chicago. Group shows include the Whitney Biennial (1993 and 2014), the New Museum (2013), and many other international shows. Her work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, MoMA (NY), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and the Miami Art Museum among others.

  12. Paul Pfeiffer

    Paul Pfeiffer

    Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Pfeiffer has had one-person exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art (2001); MIT's List Visual Arts Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2003); the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2005); MUSAC León, Spain (2008); the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2009) and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (2010).

  13. Lucio Pozzi

    Lucio Pozzi

    Lucio Pozzi (1935, Milan, Italy, lives in Hudson, NY, and Valeggio s/M, VR, Italy) is a pioneer in working across different media and approaches, often coexisting in the same show. In 1978 he exhibited videotapes in a solo project at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, landscape watercolors at the John Weber Gallery in New York, and a giant installation of walls and photographs.

  14. Dario Robleto

    Dario Robleto

    Following from his passion for DJ culture, Houston-based Dario Robleto's alchemical approach involves "sampling" and then "remixing" vestiges from popular music, history, and science. He has been exhibiting his work extensively since 1997. In 2008 a 10-year survey exhibition, Alloy of Love, was organized by the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College.

  15. Katrín Sigurdardóttir

    Katrín Sigurdardóttir

    Katrín Sigurdardóttir's work explores the way physical structures and boundaries define our perception. Sigurdardóttir's works have been shown extensively in Europe, North- and South America. She represented Iceland in the 55th Venice Biennial in 2013 and has had notable solo exhibitions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2010), MoMA PS1, New York (2006), FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon, France (2006), Sala Siqueiros, Mexico City (2005) and Fondazione Sandretto, Turin, Italy (2004). In 2014, her large-scale work for the Venice Biennale traveled to The Reykjavík At Museum, and SculptureCenter, New York and in 2015 she staged solo exhibitions at The List Visual Arts Center at MIT, and at Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art in London.

  16. Robert Storr

    Robert Storr

    Robert Storr is an artist, critic, curator, and Professor of Painting and Dean of the School of Art at Yale University. He was curator and then senior curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from 1990 to 2002, and Director of the 2007 Venice Biennale. He writes frequently for Artforum, Art in America, Parkett, Art Press (Paris), Frieze (London), and has also written numerous books on artists including Philip Guston, Gerhard Richter, Chuck Close and (upcoming) Louise Bourgeois.

  17. Fred Tomaselli

    Fred Tomaselli

    Fred Tomaselli explores reality dislocation and the broken dreams of utopianism in colorful, complex works that utilize painting, photo collage, newsprint and unorthodox materials. His most recent solo projects have occurred at the Orange County Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth Texas.

  18. Claude Wampler

    Claude Wampler

    Working at the intersection of art installation and performance, Claude Wampler (Born 1966 in Pennsylvania, lives in New York City and Charlottesville, VA) engages and experiments with liveness and the art object, concealment and revelation, the performance of the spectator, and the productivity of failure. Using video, painting, photography, lighting, sound, sculpture, costume, and texts, to explore the possibilities and the value of grafting performance technique onto visual expression and vice versa, Wampler creates an experience of immediacy/excess in which the viewer leaves with a sense of mystery or magic.