Neighborhood: Fort Greene
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Brand Us is the total collaboration of artistic partners and married couple, Phillip Martin and
Theresa O’Neill, who have been painting together as Brand Us for over ten years.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Our latest body of work is an examination of, “the transfiguration of super-powered culture.” Most
of our work is a mix of silkscreening and painted elements.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Located in the heart of Williamsburg, BK, 17 Frost has fast become one of the most exciting and
experimental gallery and show spaces in New York.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Thread, embroidery or stitching represents not only the artistâ€™s hand, but also
a domestic, labor intensive act relatable to a global practice incorporating
domestic materials and processes typically linked to the female experience.
Neighborhood: Boerum HillSummary: Art as a creative tool to promote access & awareness throughout our cities — working with
government agencies, non-profit organizations, and community groups to document under-
appreciated phenomenon and exhibit work in unexpected places.
Neighborhood: Prospect Heights
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: I use drawing and painting to understand perception.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: I often consider myself as an"artist reporter"because of my ability to recreate some small but
important details of life. Like a good reporter,i am able to capture and not comment on the scene in
any way.i simply show what i see…
Summary: Yani Aviles is an interdisciplinary artist and healer currently based out of Chicago, IL. Her practice
explores potentials for self-actualization and altered awareness through experimental material
Neighborhood: KensingtonSummary: Shayma Aziz is visual artist, whose work combines traditional fine arts technicality with new media
practices, focusing particularly on painting, sculpture, interdisciplinary projects and animation.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Firoz Mahmud works on wide range of media including installation, Layapa Art (a Bangladeshi
stencil technique), Urgency of Proximate Drawing (NinKI: UoPD), text, video and photographs which
are based on Bangladeshi socio-political cult
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