Ji Woo Kim
Ji Woo Kim
Annika Klein
Annika Klein
Tzu Huan Lin
Tzu Huan Lin
Cameron Meade
Cameron Meade
Jamie Mirabella
Jamie Mirabella
Onel Naar
Onel Naar
Anh Thuy Nguyen
Anh Thuy Nguyen
Justin O'Brien
Justin O'Brien
Seungkyung Oh
Seungkyung Oh
Aston Philip
Aston Philip
Luke Poliseo
Luke Poliseo
Tom Prinsell
Tom Prinsell
Sam Rosenthal
Sam Rosenthal
Kaila Savino
Kaila Savino
Jordan Segal
Jordan Segal
Katie Shima
Katie Shima
Becca Shmuluvitz
Becca Shmuluvitz
Ali Shrago-Spechler
Ali Shrago-Spechler
Alexandra Sullivan
Alexandra Sullivan
Andre Bogart Szabo
Andre Bogart Szabo
Marcela Szwarc
Marcela Szwarc
Elizabeth Tolson
Elizabeth Tolson
Beverly Tu
Beverly Tu
Sora Woo
Sora Woo
Ji Woo Kim
Ji Woo KimImage: Untitled, 2018Ji Woo Kim is a painter living and working in Brooklyn. Born in 1996 in South Korea, she spent most of her life in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, before moving to New York, where she graduated with a BFA in Painting and a Minor in Art History with Highest Honors from Pratt Institute in 2018. Interested in the oddities in life, she creates work that addresses the beauty within the strange, and explores the boundaries of spontaneity and fragility within painting.jiwoo-kim.com 
Annika Klein
Annika KleinImage: Black Book (detail), 2017.Though my background is in photography, I have most recently turned to making artist books. This past year, I was given a couple of blank book “dummies,” which has proved a fertile space for experiment and exploration. As a formal constraint, I decided to use only white and black paints, though collaged elements were allowed color. Experimenting with materials—often fabric, artificial flowers, or other stereotypically feminine ones—has long been a favorite way of working. The book format has granted me a new freedom: a spread within a larger object is much less precious, has much less pressure to succeed than an individual piece to be hung on a wall. At a time when many famous artists are known for gigantic, polished pieces, assembled by assistants, I having been relishing in practice over product.https://www.annikaklein.com/
Tzu Huan Lin
Tzu Huan LinImage: The Yellow Snake Is Waiting, 2017Tzu-Huan Lin is a Taiwanese artist based in New York. He received MFA in Digital Arts from Pratt Institute in 2013. He focuses on video installation and watercolor painting. His subject covered from connecting different fact from science and socializing to self desire exploration.tzuhuanlin.com
Cameron Meade
Cameron MeadeImage: Affirmations 14, 2017Cameron Meade is best known for his painted portraits, celebrations of the varied people that comprise his life. He is a 2018 graduate of the MFA program in Painting at Pratt Institute and in 2013 received his B.A. in Psychology and B.S. in Physics from Stanford University. He has spent the past ten years working for Starting Right, Now (SRN), a nonprofit organization located in his hometown of Tampa, FL. SRN’s comprehensive program ends the generational cycle of homelessness and poverty for unaccompanied youth. Cameron’s art practice is largely inspired by his work at SRN, through which he has cultivated a large unconventional family and realized the immense value in intimate connections.cameronmeade.com
Jamie Mirabella
Jamie MirabellaImage: fall, 2017.Jamie Mirabella received her MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She lives and works in Brooklyn. jamiemirabella.com
Onel Naar
Onel NaarImage: Colgão Diptych, 2017Onel Naar is an American artist of Puerto Rican and Lebanese Dominican descent born in the South Bronx of the late 70s to immigrant parents. A recurring interest in his work is the dynamics inherent to diptychs––exploring the interplay between physical and conceptual dualities. Representative of seemingly disparate themes like the mysticism recurrent in both consumer culture and religious rhetoric, Naar’s work speaks to the conflicts within diasporic currents and their respective homelands.onelnaar.com
Anh Thuy Nguyen
Anh Thuy NguyenImage: An Act of Simultaneous Looking (video still), 2018Anh Thuy Nguyen (b. 1993) is a visual artist from Hanoi, Viet Nam.  She graduated from School of Visual Arts in 2018 with an M.F.A in Interdisciplinary Fine Art and DePauw University in 2015 with a B.A in Studio Art and English (Writing) . Her work consists of installation, sculpture and performance that allegorize the interpersonal affect between bodies within the contemporary landscape of displacement, absence and nostalgia.Anh Thuy  has exhibited at Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery,  Sotheby's Institute of Art , BOSI Contemporary, The Java Project, Pfizer Factory, Nha San Collective (Hanoi, Viet Nam) among others...Anh Thuy is the recipient of institutional awards for the art:  Prindle Institute Prize for Exceptional Visual Art Project related to Ethics (2015) and Efroymson Fellowship Grant (2014).For more information, please feel free to contact thuy@anhthuynguyen.comanhthuy-nguyen.com/
Justin O'Brien
Justin O'BrienImage: Moon River, 2018Born in 1991, Justin Liam O’Brien is a painter living and working in Brooklyn, NY. O'Brien has shown with RE: Art Show, BFP Creative, and online with Yngspc. He graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA in Digital Arts in 2016, and is currently an artist in residence at Trestle Gallery in Sunset Park.justinliamobrien.com@justinliamobrien
Seungkyung Oh
Seungkyung OhImage: Waterfalls, 2017Seungkyung Oh (b. 1992, South Korea) lives and works in New York City. She works using many different mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and printmaking.She earned a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts and a MFA in Fine Arts at Parsons School of Design.Seungkyung has always chased her ideas of what an illusion means to her. A particular illusion she constructs contains her reality that she paints using oil paint on stretched canvas. Her palette, brushes, and her early line drawings contain all of a diverse repertoire to reveal her stories and worlds. Her works play with ideas from current real-world situations and she reflects on those ideas through visual painted dreams.seungkyungoh.com
Aston Philip
Aston PhilipImage: Misfits, 2016Aston Philip is a painter from Sydney Australia now living and working in New York. His work has been exhibited since the early 2000’s across Australia most recently at Campbelltown Art Centre and Goulburn Regional Gallery and previously included in exhibitions at The Art Gallery of NSW, Galarie Pompom, Gallery 9 and Artspace in Sydney. Aston explores and works between many areas of technical process and pictorial form in contemporary painting, always seeking a symbiotic balance of elements and coexistence across the physical surface and into the picture plane. Informed by multiple styles and epochs of art as well as science, nature, technology and shamanism his work stresses that there is no singular unit of art or life.astonphilip.com
Luke Poliseo
Luke PoliseoImage: Jacketed Vessel, 2018Luke Poliseo, born 1994, located in NY and NJ.lukepoliseo.com/
Tom Prinsell
Tom PrinsellImage: Contact, 2018Tom Prinsell (b.1991) is an artist from New Jersey who primarily works with acrylic and oil paint. Tom received a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in the spring of 2013. Since receiving his degree, Tom has worked for a number of established artists and has been included in multiple group exhibitions through out New York City. He is now based in Brooklyn. tomprinsell.com
Sam Rosenthal
Sam RosenthalImage: Here Nor There, 2018Sam Rosenthal (b. 1994) is an image-based artist examining Queerness in context of the digital age. He uses electronics, both modern and obsolete, to define the mutability of an image by employing unconventional, and often, experimental modes of processing. These methods include the exploitation of internet camera networks, data and signal manipulation, and scanography to represent his Queer experience. Visually, his work appears degraded as evidence of process and is juxtaposed by traditionally picturesque imagery. Sam lives and works in New York City.samrosenthal.net
Kaila Savino
Kaila SavinoImage: 48 Hours, 2017Kaila Savino (b.1996) is a New York based fine artist who holds a BFA from SUNY Purchase in Painting/Drawing and Printmaking.kailasharon.com/
Jordan Segal
Jordan SegalImage: Selfie (Anxiety), 2018Jordan Segal (b. 1991), lives and works in NYC. jmsegal.com
Katie Shima
Katie ShimaImage: Holding On, 2016Katie Shima (BA Columbia University, MArch Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation) is an artist and architect based in Brooklyn. Katie has had exhibitions at BRIC, the Knockdown Center, Bridge Gallery, Mighty Tanaka Gallery, Devotion Gallery, Trestle Gallery, and others in New York City as well as the GWVA Museum in Springfield, MA, and D.A.K. in Aarhus, Denmark. Residencies include Con Artist Collective, Clocktower Gallery, and Det Jyske Kunstakademie. Katie is also a founding member of the electronic noise art group Loud Objects and has taught as an instructor at Columbia University.katieshima.com
Becca Shmuluvitz
Becca ShmuluvitzImage: Stink Eye, 2018Becca Shmuluvitz lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She received her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014. She was the recipient of the 2013 Morris Louis Painting Scholarship. She has held fellowships at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Ucross Foundation. Becca has participated in the Great Lakes Drawing Biennial 2017. Her work was featured in literary and art magazine The Scofield and on the cover of All the Sins poetry and art magazine. She has exhibited at Area 405 in Baltimore, Roost Gallery upstate NY, the Escola LLOTJA in Barcelona, as well as in several art university galleries across the United States.BeccaShmuluvitz.com
Ali Shrago-Spechler
Ali Shrago-SpechlerImage: Tommy and Dr. Lipschitz, 2017Ali Shrago-Spechler was born in 1989 in Hollywood, Florida. She received her BFA from Pratt Institute and MFA from School of Visual Arts. She has worked as an arts educator with various institutions and museums including the Brooklyn Museum, Children’s Museum of the Arts, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, The New Shul, and Young At Art Museum. In 2014, Shrago-Spechler founded an annual party series A Whole New Megillah, which co-opts the Jewish holiday of Purims, and features her paintings and interactive sculptures, musical collaborations, and performance.Shrago-Spechler has curated shows throughout Florida and New York City and has exhibited internationally including select group shows at The Hole (New York), La Mama Experimental Theater (New York), the Front Room (New York), LIC Arts Open (Queens), The Projects (Florida), Bailey Contemporary Arts (Florida), and Girls Club (Florida); Solo exhibitions at Hadas Gallery (Brooklyn) and Space Heater Gallery (Brooklyn); Performances at Art Kibbutz (Governors Island), Magick City (Brooklyn), Project Parlor (Brooklyn), and School of Visual Arts (New York).Ali is the recipient of the Emerging Artist Naomi Anolic Family Award (2017), attended residencies at Art Kibbutz NY on Governor’s Island (2016) Vermont Studio Center (2016) and The Studios at MASS MoCA (2017). She has been featured in VICE Creator’s Project, TimeOut NY Magazine, New Times, and the Miami Herald.alispechler.com
Alexandra Sullivan
Alexandra SullivanImage: Desperado (performance still), 2017Alexandra Sullivan is an interdisciplinary artist, New York City native, and eternal flâneuse. She received an MFA in Art Practice from the School of Visual Arts, a BFA in Studio Art and a BA in Women’s Studies from Penn State. Her work explores the porous borders of identity and the world of embodied knowledge where our beliefs and behaviors resist articulation. Past works have included boundary disrupting interactions using touch, varying levels of sensory deprivation or distortion, conversation, audio, objects, and video. alexandrasullivan.com 
Andre Bogart Szabo
Andre Bogart SzaboImage: Smokey, 2018Andre Bogart Szabo (b. 1990) is a visual artist living and working in New York, NY. Szabo has created paintings, drawings, videos, and monoprints since 2010. He received his BA from Emerson College’s Visual Media Arts department. Szabo was born in Washington, D.C. in 1990.szaboszabo.com
Marcela Szwarc
Marcela SzwarcImage: Spring Fever, 2018Marcela Szwarc is a graphic designer, illustrator, art director, and human. Aside from her visual work, Marcela organizes art exhibitions, performances, workshops, and occasional happenings. She graduated from SUNY Purchase in 2014 with an interdisciplinary degree in printmaking and design. Originally from New York, she now resides in Brooklyn. marcelaszwarc.net/
Elizabeth Tolson
Elizabeth TolsonImage: The Discovery of Venus, 2017Elizabeth Tolson is an Expanded Media Artist and Educator whose work explores the boundaries of art, technology, and feminism. Through wearable technology in performance, video, and installation, Tolson creates her own narratives about the female body. Embedding LEDs into her garments she observes how light and the body interact with each other. Some of her works are more literal, alternate futuristic realities. While others explore the body through abstract grotesque silhouettes. Her recent pieces explore the juxtaposition of this distorted body and its surroundings. Tolson holds an MFA from Parsons the New School for Design (2013) and a BFA from Alfred University (2010). She has participated in residencies at the Textile Arts Center, Chashama's ChaNorth Residency, Benaco Arte, Open Wabi, Lacawac Sanctuary, and ProjectArt at the Bushwick Brooklyn Library. Tolson’s work has been featured in New York Time’s T Magazine, Styleite, Make Magazine, Beautiful/Decay, and Adafruit. Exhibits include Target Gallery in Alexandria, VA; The Washington Project for the Arts Experimental Media Series at The Philips Collection in Washington D.C.; Cuchifritos Gallery in New York City, SXSW in Austin, Texas, and K&P Gallery in Chelsea, NY. Tolson is currently based in Brooklyn, NY where she is Part Time Faculty at Parsons School of Design.elizabethtolson.com
Beverly Tu
Beverly TuImage: Grow, 2018Beverly Tu is a fashion designer and mixed media artist that focuses on fabric manipulation, textiles, beading, and textures. She received her associate degree in fashion design from Parsons. While at Parsons, Beverly collaborated with many companies and artists. One example is her participation in Zara’s Shape of Invisible project. She upcycled the store’s last season of clothes to create new designs. Her fashion film, mixed media, and curatorial works have been shown at Central Park, Trestle Gallery, Ground Floor Gallery, many other galleries and events.bifoli2.com
Sora Woo
Sora WooImage: 20170823, 2017Sora Woo was born in 1991 in South Korea and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Sora received her BFA from School of Visual Arts, NY in 2015, and her MFA from Pratt Institute, NY in 2018.sorawoo.com
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