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.
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.
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.
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.
Coby Kennedy is a Columbia University MFA graduate, industrial conceptual designer and 2011 Skowhegan Fellow, Coby Kennedy has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, as well as in 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.
C. Michael Norton
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.
Rosalind Tallmadge lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She has shown in Cincinnati, Detroit, Miami, Seattle, and New York. She received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2015, attended residencies at Yale Norfolk and OxBow, and received her BFA in Painting and BA in Art History from Indiana University.
Bui was named one of the "100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture" by Brooklyn Magazine in 2014. He is an artist, writer, independent curator, and Co-Founder and Artistic Director of The Brooklyn Rail, a free monthly arts, culture, and politics journal.
She exhibited in solo and group shows at galleries and museums nationally and internationally, including The Haifa Museum of Art, Israel, Newark Museum of Art, NJ, Monmouth Museum of Art, NJ, Torrance Art Museum, Biennial in San Francisco, University of Western Illinois, Ort/Place, Croatia, Westpol A.I.R., Leipzig and Leipziger Baumwollspinnerie, Halle 14, Leipzig Germany.
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.