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Interior architect with a Masters of Design from the Rhode Island School of Design working on projects such as creating “microbial diversity” in the air purification systems of hospital ICUs to benefit patients’ physical health, and former producer at Juicy Couture.
Executive director of The Bronx Museum of the Arts and co-commissioner of the U.S. Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale
Photograph © Heuichul Kim
Architect, urban design champion, and executive director of the citizen’s group, Municipal Art Society of New York City
Rachelle Mozman's photography explores how culture shapes individuals and environment conditions behavior in photographic series that confound documentary and fiction.
Baseera Khan is a New York-based artist who sees bodies as constantly subject to volatile social environments globally and most notably within capitalist-driven societies such as the United States. Volatility creates a need for Khan to self-censor and develop secretive environments. Living between surveilled and othered, she can find exile anywhere and kinship by its side. These life lessons transform into motives of obscurity that lead her to a careful deployment of material and linguistic shifts. The use of fashion, photography, textiles and music, sculpture and performance manifest Khan's native femme Muslim American experience, a legacy for her aesthetic concealment.
Executive director of Prospect New Orleans and former deputy director of curatorial programming at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Artist and designer whose practical and speculative work aims to expand realities and a producer at the Center for Genomic Gastronomy.
Ayodamola (Ayo) Tanimowo Okunseinde is an artist and time-traveler living and working in New York. His works range from speculative design to wearable technology, and explorations of Afrofuturism / Reclamation.
Fern Silva uses moving image to produce a sonic and cinematographic language for the hybrid mythologies of globalism. His films consider methods of narrative, ethnographic, and documentary filmmaking as the starting point for structural experimentation.
Senior Curator, Medieval Art and The Cloisters at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pioneer of color field painting and one of the most influential artists of the past half-century
AI Now Institute Art Fellow whose biotechnology art project, Lovesick, envisions love spread like a virus.
Anina Major is a visual artist from the Bahamas whose work investigates the relationship between self and place. Anthropological research and oral histories play fundamental roles in her practice as she engages with ceramic material to map migrations of tradition and identity.
Poet, art critic, former senior editor at Art in America, and recipient of the Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government
Karthik Pandian’s moving image and sculptural works have been shown in major museums, galleries, and biennial exhibitions around the world, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hammer Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, and the Palais de Tokyo.
Nancy Nowacek is an artist, designer, and education who works in the realms of socially-engaged art, visual design, design strategy, and education.
In this section we feature work that came to fruition as an offshoot of primary work or intended work. An actor who turns to legal performance coaching, an installation artist turned furniture maker, a publisher putting out trading cards are among the examples of work that was made in the act of improvisation and curiosity.
Founder and artistic director of Prospect New Orleans, senior curator at the New Museum in New York from 1995 to 2006, and an independent curator whose work has brought to the spotlight some of the most inventive contemporary artists of the 1990s and 2000s
Sara Mangenheimer's work blends sound, video, performance, sculpture, and other forms, and has been shown at venues ranging from the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the New York Film Festival, to MoMA PS1 and White Columns.
Founder of one of the top U.S. art galleries, top-flight contemporary artists from Jasper Johns to Nan Goldin
Boundary-pushing contemporary photographer and critically acclaimed memoirist
Artist whose politically charged works are in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and others
Photograph © Constance Kheel
Associate Director of The Museum of Modern Art and curator of countless groundbreaking shows
Photograph © Peter Ross
Visual artist and digital wizard who creates illustration, animation, and interactive design for global brands
Ann Pibal’s widely recognized and highly acclaimed paintings have been exhibited extensively, in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Informed by the language of abstraction, Melissa Thorne makes portable and site-specific paintings that use pattern to reference notions of class, feminine subjectivity and social progress. She has exhibited her work internationally.
Principal designer for renowned architectural firm Michael Graves & Associates whose whimsical designs for fantasy pianos were published as a book, The Art of the Piano, in 2000
Artist whose work in sculpture and moving image argues for an ethics of taste
Seojeong Shin teaches the history of Asian art and Chinese landscape paintings and prints. She is especially interested in how literati culture became more accessible during the premodern and early modern period of Asia.