Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Interdisciplinary artist, curator and cultural entrepreneur based in NYC. His work incorporates new media technologies, cinematic narratives, performance art, and socially engaged art to explore identity, gender, and migration politics.
Summary: visual artist and dreamer embracing imperfection
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: I make work about the body using additive techniques that emphasizes the human touch.
Summary: Perhaps I paint places where I would like to be, unreal or not.
Summary: I employ traditional lace making to render protective structures laced from thread and rope; as well as unconventional embroidery to create works on paper representing interior spaces and the outdoor paths leading to those spaces.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: My paintings and prints are about places we seek and the efforts we make to reach them.
Summary: My work aims at building an indirect conversation between painting and sculpture, by transforming one medium into another—breaking imposed conventions and pushing the boundaries of painting.
Neighborhood: Fort GreeneSummary: Lionel Carre deconstructs the energy of wild style graffiti lettering, and build upon the color palettes that have
adorned New York City.
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: My work is based on the identification of cultural conflicts that are revealed in the definition of
social, political and economic identity at individual and collective levels.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: I create large scale ceramic sculpture exploring the interaction between form and surface and the
intersection between real and illusory.
Summary: Cutouts, drawings, collages and animations featuring animals, athletes, figures from great paintings
Neighborhood: Red Hook
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: What I create is meant to inspire contemplation of the fragile beauty of nature and interrogate the
relationship between humans and their surroundings.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: My interest in the labyrinth as a structure is based in the circle. Here, the circle turns in on itself,
and raises the question of reality. In postmodern practice, could also revolve around her
“uniqueness-reproducibility axis,” allowing the artist
Summary: Watercolor/Mixed Media on Braille
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