Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: I want to make the undervalued, unseen culture of â€œwomenâ€™s workâ€ visible.
Neighborhood: Coney IslandSummary: i am a documentary photographer who has spent many years photographing the people who live
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: I am an artist and community organizer engaged with public art, urban environmentalism and
related social entrepreneurship.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: An artist and a scholar, my work is both physical and conceptual, dealing with memory, identity,
process and traditional women's work. My most recent work are process based experiments in
drawing in textile, stitches replacing ink.
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: These photographs are of surfaces changed by weather, paint, rust and algae, to complex, organic paintings. They are about rebirth; about the possibility of beauty in destruction.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: My oil paintings reflect my fascination for pulp fiction covers and my film noir view of NYC, it
intends to capture the mood and beauty of a particular moment in time that I find appealing to
my eyes as well as to my emotions.
Summary: Holder's work expresses complexities of racial, ethnic, social and cultural realities
within the American Identity
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: My work deals with rescuing memories and stories using vintage fabric, pre-owned painted canvas,
mixed media and sewing, putting them together in new contexts.
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: Through paint and sculpture I explore how history can be perceived as deeply personal and at
the same time wildly public. Through the juxtaposition of personal and the general deeper
meanings are exposed and a new realities realized.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Shannon Holloway creates mixed-media paintings that investigate the impact of technological
innovation on economic, social and cultural forms of capital.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: abstract minimalist black and white
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: In my work the machine is simultaneously a stand-in for the figure and an icon of modernity, rationalism, and the global economy. The narrative of my machine is one of fallible logic that is both personal and globally systemic.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: Addressing issues of identity, race, advertising, mindfulness and migration, melding techniques and
materials from traditional Korean techniques and contemporary experimental practices.
Summary: My works conceptually encompasses ideas of mortality, memory and longing and I hope it is
balanced someplace between the poetic and the rational.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: Mostly text based work using posters, neon, comic books, drum heads, Silly Putty and whatever
non-traditional materials I can muster.
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