Annual open call Guest Curated by Bill Carroll
Hyun Jung Ahn - Rosaire Appel - Christopher Arabadjis - Danielle Atkins - Rachel Bacon - Emily Burns - Joao Carvalho - Rachel Chaldu - Jessica Chen - Xiaolin Cheng - Matthew Cole - Kara Lynn Cox - Maeve D'Arcy - Kevin Dudley - Joan Easton - Glen Farley - Celeste Fichter - Susan Newmark - Sean Gallagher - Ron Geibel - Lesley Giles - Anne Gilman - Christina Graham - C'naan Hamburger - Young Gi Han - Leah Harper - Ariel Herbert - Andrew Indelicato - Anna Kell - Eunjin Kim - Tom Koken - Jyan Ku - Greg Singer - Hyomin Kwon - Robert Lach - Laura Lappi - Niki Lederer - Dain Lim - Andre Lima - Eric Mack - Nadja Verena Marcin - Elizabeth Mead - Tara Lewis - Djavan Nascimento -Habby Osk - Joey Parlett - Lauren Peterson - Lou Piche - James Rose - Frank Sabatte - Janet Sawyer - Christian Schmit - Ben Schwab - Stuart Snoddy - Eliza Stamps - Laura J. Stein - Christopher Tanner - Sarah Treharne - Eun Jin Wang - Nicholas Warndorf - Kit Warren - Katie Westmoreland - Joshua White - Curtis Widem - Jeanne Wilkinson - Ora Xu
About Bill Carroll:
Presently the Director of the Studio Program of the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Mr. Carroll has been involved with the New York art world for more than 25 years. In the 1980’s he worked for the Dia Art Foundation and The Brooklyn Museum. He was the Director of the Charles Cowles Gallery from 1987 to 1995 and the Elizabeth Harris Gallery from 1996 to 2005. Bill has curated numerous exhibitions with artists such as Mary Heilmann, Jonathan Lasker, Ken Price, Chris Martin, Marilyn Minter and Juan Usle. He received his BFA is from Pratt Institute, and after completing his MFA at Queens College in 2007, he taught a Professional Practice course to MFA students at Parsons the New School for Design. At the same time he was consulting for private clients and worked as the Grants Administrator for the Nancy Graves Foundation. He has lectured at NYFA, Bard College, Cranbrook Academy of Art, NYU, Pratt Institute, and SVA. Recently he has been exhibiting his own paintings and was reviewed in Art in America.