Cordy Ryman

His work has been exhibited at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island, NY; Visual Arts Center, New Jersey, NJ; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY; The Barbara Walters Gallery, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY and Esbjerg Museum of Modern Art, Esbjerg, Denmark. Gallery exhibitions include DCKT Contemporary, New York, NY; Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, NY; Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX; Kavi Gupta, Chicago, IL; Gallery Diet, Miami, FL; Stalke Galleri, Kirke Saaby, Denmark; Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Koln, Germany; and Loyal, Stockholm, Sweden. He was the recipient of the Helen Foster Barnett Prize from the National Academy Museum. His work is in the collection of the Microsoft Art Collection, Pizzuti Collection, Raussmuller Collection, Rubell Family Collection, The Speyer Family Collection, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami. 

David John Gadd

Gadd was born in New Jersey in 1986. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2009 and maintains a studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn.  His work references and extends generations of great abstraction from DeKooning to Diebenkorn, to Stella, Tuttle and Ryman by combining the handling of ABEX, shaped formats, and the use of collage and embedding those formal elements with a deeply personal narrative and content. His work is fragile, violent, aggressive, and sensitive all at once, reflecting (literally, with his use of mirrors in much of his work), and sharing our complexity with an acceptance of all of what we are, and in the end, what makes us human. 

DiMoDA Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William Robertson

DiMoDA (Digital Museum of Digital Art) is a pioneering virtual institution, dedicated to commissioning, preserving and exhibiting cutting edge VR artworks. Conceived in 2013 by Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William Robertson, DiMoDA has released three exhibitions, featuring 15 unique, artist-designed, VR experiences. In 2015 DiMoDA 1.0 launched with Transfer Gallery in New York, and has traveled the world since. Thousands of virtual exhibitions have been downloaded worldwide, and IRL Exhibitions have taken place in cities like New York, Miami, Chicago, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Dubai, and Bangkok among others.

 

 

Etty Yaniv

Etty Yaniv has exhibited in solo and group shows at galleries and museums nationally and internationally, including The Haifa Museum of Art, Israel; State Silk Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia; Newark Museum of Art, NJ; Torrance Art Museum, CA, AIR gallery, NY; Purdue University, IN; Sheen Cultural Center, NYC; UCONN, Stamford, CT; Musée Héritage, St. Albert, CA; Zero1 Biennial, San Francisco; and Leipziger Baumwollspinnerie, Leipzig, Germany. She has curated numerous group shows in the NYC area, including at Chashama, LIU Brooklyn, and NJCU, as well as group shows in various other Brooklyn galleries. Yaniv holds BA in Psychology and Literature from Tel Aviv University, BFA from Parsons, and MFA degree from SUNY Purchase. In 2018 she was awarded a Two Trees Cultural Space Subsidy Program in Dumbo and she runs Art Spiel, an online fine arts publication.

Federico Solmi

Federico Solmi’s work has been featured in the following museums: Centre Pompidou, Paris; Drawing Center, New York; National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow; Australian Center of Moving Images, Melbourne; Victoria Memorial Museum, Calcutta, India; Contemporary Art Center of Rouboix; Palazzo Delle Arti, Naples; and Palazzo Delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy. Federico Solmi is represented by ADN Gallery, Barcelona, LMAK Projects, New York, Jerome Zodo Contemporary, Milan

Grace Roselli

Grace Roselli is a Brooklyn, New York based artist. She has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and was awarded the RISD scholarship to the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Roselli has had solo exhibitions with the Mar Silver Design Lab in Westport, Connecticut, the Anita Friedman Fine Arts Gallery in New York City, and with Pentimenti gallery in Philadelphia.  Her work has appeared in numerous group shows, and has been featured in Artnet Magazine, The New York Times, Fine Art Magazine, Whitehot Magazine, Hyperallergic, Site 95, Art Journal (College Art Association), Gallery Beat, New Yorker, Metropolitan Home, At Home, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, New England Home, Jaded Ibis Press,Village Voice, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, Lusitania Press, among others.