Greg shows his work throughout the United States and internationally. He is affiliated with Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, Pictures On Walls (POW) U.K., and Woolf Gallery in London. Haberny's works were exhibited in the Düsseldorf Quadrennial and included in exhibitions at the Katonah Art Museum (New York), Phillips De Pury auctions and numerous shows in cities including New York, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto, Berlin, London and Tokyo. His work has been reviewed by Artforum, artnet, Nylon, Juxtapoz, the Miami New Times and additional publications.
Heather Morgan, painter chanteuse, is recognizable for sumptuous self-portraits and figure paintings that vibrate between an intimate vulnerability and potent self-possession. These works embody the beauty of struggle, the open hand of the artist as an artifact of investigation of material, substance and meaning. Morgan has had solo shows at Jack the Pelican in New York City, and at Ladengalerie in Berlin, and her work has been in group exhibitions at Steven Harvey Fine Arts, David & Schweitzer Contemporary, Lodge Gallery and Charlie James Gallery, among others.
Hyon's solo show at London’s Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art has gotten rave reviews from around the world. Her work is in the permanent collections of: Brooklyn Museum, NY, and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, in the USA; Kyoto City University of Arts, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto Bank, and the Takahashi Collection in Japan. She has shown in group exhibitions in numerous prestigious institutions, such as: Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan, 2010; Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, USA, 2012; Brooklyn Museum, 2015, and Batu Museum, 2017, in New York, USA; Carnegie Art Museum, Pittsburgh, USA, 2016; and Kyoto Art Center, Japan, 2017. Hyon Gyon has also had solo exhibitions at the Kyoto Art Center, Japan, 2011; HAPS, Kyoto, Japan, 2013; Pioneer Works and Chashama in New York, both 2015; Shin Gallery, New York, USA, several shows between 2013 and 2017; and at Ben Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong, 2017.
Brooklyn-based artist Katherine Bradford (b. 1942) has received awards from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Her fluid, gestural paintings vibrate with color and display a child-like sensibility that belies her compositional proficiency. Recently featured in a critically acclaimed solo-show at the Canada Gallery, her work is held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, Portland Museum, Worcester Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum, Bates College Museum, Bowdoin College Museum, Smith College Museum, and Addison Gallery of American Art.
Munk is an artist and writer, who also has an international following under the name James Kalm for his Youtube videos about the New York art world. Munk's work debuted in Soho in 1981 with a double show at J. Fields Gallery and Gabrielle Bryers. Since then, he has overseen an international career and is well represented in important collections around the world.
David debuted at the historic Sidney Janis Gallery in 1981 and was represented by M.Knoedler & Co. for over two decades. He has exhibited in more than 40 one-person and 100 group exhibitions. His work is included many museums including: The MET, The Guggenheim, the Jewish, Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the Denver, and the Brooklyn. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, and awards from the NEA, The Edward Albee Foundations, and The American Academy of Arts and Letters. One of the leading voices and advocate of artists in Bushwick, Brooklyn and beyond, he is the founder of Life on Mars Gallery, co-founded of David&Schweitzer Contemporary, and is currently running M. David & Co. which represents a variety of artists and offer residencies to artists from around the country.