Alteronce Gumby, an abstract painter, graduated from the prestigious, Yale University with an MFA in Painting & Printmaking. After a residency in Paris, France, and his first solo exhibition at the Fondation des Etats-Unis, he relocated in New York City. His work was seen in a one-man show at the Long Gallery in Harlem, and recently he was a group show at the prestigious Gladstone Gallery.
Anki King grew up in a small village in Norway. After completing her arts education in Oslo, she moved to New York City in 1994. King exhibits frequently both in Europe and in the United States. Her work is included in private and public collections including the Appleton Museum of Art, in Ocala, FL. King has also exhibited at the Katonah Museum of Art, NY, Las Cruces Museum of Art, NM, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Tokyo. In 2010 she was the winner of the Artist of the Year Award in the London International Creative Competition (LICC). In 2018 Anki was included as one of 19 Contemporary Norwegian artists in the book Kunstnerliv.
Brett Wallace is a conceptual artist and entrepreneur whose art practice involves an exploration of the labor model and territories within accelerated capitalism through video, narrative storytelling and installation. He is represented by Art 3/Silas Von Morisse Gallery in New York. Wallace has studied technology’s impact on society through his work at Forrester Research and LinkedIn/Microsoft. He holds a BFA from UMass Amherst, is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and is pursuing an MFA at MICA. He founded the “Conversation Project”, an interview series at the intersection of art and technology.
He has shown at the Sunshine International Museum and the Fifth Beijing International Biennale at the National Art Museum of China, Beijing; and the San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California. His solo exhibitions in New York, Frankfurt, Germany; Museo Civico d’Arte Contemporanea, Albissola, Italy; Galerie Bercovy-Fugier, Paris; Galerie Capazza, Paris/Nançay, France; Galerie Christine Le Chanjour, Nice, France; and Gallery Jean Yves Noblet, Paris/Grenoble, France.
A Columbia University MFA graduate, industrial conceptual designer and 2011 Skowhegan Fellow, Coby Kennedy has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and abroad including Japan South Africa and Europe. He has received the Civil Society Institute Fellowship, the One World Award, as well as International Quorum of Motion Picture Producers, Zurich Switzerland and the Gold Camera Award, US International Film & Video Festival for his collaborative film works. A Pratt Institute Industrial Design undergraduate, his fine art and design work has been showcased and reviewed in publications including The New York Times, Italy's La Repubblica, Hyperallergic and Japan’s Car Styling Magazine. Recent creative collaborations have included Kohler, Honda, Sony Japan and Italy's Ferrari S.p.A. Coby Kennedy lives and works in New York.