Events &


TV Shows
& Videos

Education & Media



Displaying: 181 - 200 of 215 PAGE: << 10 11 >>       Sort by:
Grace Moon Last Updated: 08/11/16
painter. writer.
prot  port  port  

Michelle OConnell Last Updated: 03/26/19
My immersive installations collapse the distance between the recorded landscape and its edited versions, digitally combining painting into earth’s textures and surfaces and projecting the reinvented forms to create new environments.
prot  port  port  

Sophia Narrett Last Updated: 12/27/16
prot  port  port  

Stella Zhong Last Updated: 01/20/19
Stella Zhong is an artist working in simulated and built space.
prot  port  port  

Zoey A Hart Last Updated: 03/18/18
Through the lens of her unfolding chronic autoimmunity, Hart's drawing/print-based multimedia collage series depict and distort biological, environmental and social landscapes as interconnected spaces to be questioned and explored.
prot  port  port  

Hui-Ying Tsai Last Updated: 12/01/16
An interdisciplinary artist based in New York. She has been exhibiting internationally over a decade. Her recent art focus is social practice involving community interaction to be part of the emphasis.
prot  port  port  

Seldon Yuan Last Updated: 12/22/16
Under the influence of poetry, my work is based on a personal history that manifests as visual poetry, sculpture, drawing, photos, and installations that often acts as a lense on the common scenes and objects.
prot  port  port  

Sahana Ramakrishnan Last Updated: 12/07/16
My work is an exploration of a lonely world in which an individual's spiritual and sexual narratives are guided and scrutinized by animal hybrids and mythical beasts.
prot  port  port  

Georgia R Wall Last Updated: 01/07/17
Dialoguing with the history of feminist artists who positioned their bodies as sites for production and political intervention, my video, performance, and 2D works aim to highlight the ways in which the body is both seen and felt.
prot  port  port  

Michael Zebrick Last Updated: 05/31/17
My latest series of portraits pays tribute to all the Power Women in my life, here in Brooklyn, from my childhood, and elsewhere. 'Not to be fucked with'.
prot  port  port  

Esther MacRae Last Updated: 05/31/17
The work is purposeful(y) depicting the limitless color of reality, in order to authenticate parts of the human condition that stretch beyond the realms of explanation--where life extends beyond form and matter.
prot  port  port  

Po-Yen Wang Last Updated: 07/25/17
Poyen Wang is a media artist whose work mainly incorporates immersive installations with computer-generated imagery in video art, currently based in New York City.
prot  port  port  

Jo-EL Lopez Last Updated: 11/18/17
A bold color palette informed by older traditions of icon-making, all meld to create Lopez’s kaleidoscopic worldview.
prot  port  port  

Jill Sigman Last Updated: 08/10/17
Jill Sigman is an interdisciplinary artist and agent of change who works with things society casts off such as “weeds" and "garbage", prompting us to re-see our environment, re-consider questions of value, and invent new ways of healing.
prot  port  port  

Jennie Maydew Last Updated: 03/18/19
Textile artist working in natural dyes, wearable forms, and soft sculpture
prot  port  port  

Christina K Cioffari Last Updated: 08/02/17
My work focuses on the intersection of graphic design and contemporary art, correlating color theory to human psychology and our emotional states.
prot  port  port  

Ko Smith Last Updated: 03/17/19
prot  port  port  

Stephan S Goodwin Last Updated: 10/21/17
linocut prints and drawings; addressing questions of perception, identity, memory, time and impermanence.
prot  port  port  

daaPo Reo Last Updated: 02/15/18
daaPo reo, is an author of vivid words and imageries that mirrors his personal orbit and connective experiences, he renders the substance of storytelling through organic statements of video and textile work.
prot  port  port  

Leslie Tucker Last Updated: 01/25/18
I build visually and contextually elaborate photo-composites printed on a subtly-iridescent chromogenic paper which catches the eye and gives depth to my themes of illumination and human self-reflection.
prot  port  port  

Displaying: 181 - 200 of 215 PAGE: << 10 11 >>       Sort by:

647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


Directions to BRIC House > Contact BRIC >


We present and incubate new work that reflects the diversity that surrounds us.

Find us on social.

Privacy Policy| Mobile site| design and technology by blenderbox | contemporary artist registry by ClearDev LLC