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Janet Goldner Last Updated: 10/26/15
Janet Goldner is an artist whose work explores culture, identity and social justice. She works in various media: sculpture, photography, video, installation and writing.
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Maia Cruz Palileo Last Updated: 04/07/11
Based on remembered experiences and photographs from the 1970s and 80s, my installations, sculptures, and paintings focus on family life as safe and unsafe, isolating fear and uncertainty.
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Tenjin Ikeda Last Updated: 05/22/10
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Elizabeth E. Baez Last Updated: 12/16/10
Elizabeth Erazo Baez is a Latina artist who is known for her ability to capture the cultural emotional nuances of the Puerto Rican experience. Baez's visually stimulating art of folklore, tradition and nostalgia are rich in color.
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Francis Estrada Last Updated: 03/15/18
I interrogate how visual cues found in historical photographs, mass media, political propaganda, and personal archives influence or inflect social or cultural narratives.
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Kenneth Nelson Last Updated: 03/05/13
Traditional wet-darkroom gelatin silver prints. Photographing people and places, people in their places, and places full of people.
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Kevin Mc Dowell Last Updated: 09/10/12
I am an eclectic visualist which style ranges from a traditional contemporary, modern to digital tech.
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Diana T Santiago Last Updated: 07/29/10
"Chiiiildren! Children NEVER bring good presents. Get rid of them"
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Ka-Son Reeves Last Updated: 08/21/13
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Ka-Son Reeves grew up cultivating his natural artistic ability by watching the creative processes of his father–a portrait artist–and his eldest brother–a local Graffiti artist.
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Marilyn Louis Last Updated: 06/30/11
Budding, evolving, experimental. A work in progress, a path in self-discovery. A young woman still finding her voice, still finding her place, still finding her worth, still finding herself.
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Peter J. Ketchum Last Updated: 12/17/20
From the New York Times: "Peter J. Ketchum knows how to get the viewer's attention. Shown widely around the country, his pictures commingle colors, situations, commentary and mediums in a manner that is provocative, funny and to the point."
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Joseph Zoboi Last Updated: 09/05/11
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Elke Reva Sudin Last Updated: 11/25/11
My work is influenced by the urban ecosystem and my Jewish heritage.
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Adrian Viajero Roman Last Updated: 01/25/12
Adrian Roman is a mixed media artist focusing primarily on installations, sculpture and drawing, was born in New York City of Puerto Rican decent. At the age of 12 he received specialized lessons at Pratt Institute in New York and attended
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Azhar Chougle Last Updated: 10/17/12
Photographs that attempt to solve the visual complexity of the urban experience, overlaid by my cultural displacement and personal views.
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Roman Andrew Gasowski Last Updated: 03/03/13
My work is a connection with the spirits in my world.
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tony wells Last Updated: 12/05/21
Most of my collages are made up of several hundred separate pieces of paper with carefully chosen image, color and structural properties.
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Kamarin Lee Last Updated: 07/29/12
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Chi L. Nguyen Last Updated: 09/02/12
Growing up in Haiphong, Vietnam, Chi Nguyen is influenced by her country’s folk art, lacquer paintings, and traditional calligraphy. She draws inspirations from a variety of subjects — ranging from human emotions to contemporary struggles.
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DEBBIE T DAVIES Last Updated: 11/15/13
I am multi-media visual artist. I am an abstract painter, videographer, photographer, and manipulator of materials. Founder of social art initiative The I Love You Project®.
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