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Mark Dean Veca

This is at last the artist the 1960s was desperately trying to produce. Mark Dean Veca’s installations electrify galleries and museums with an ethereal pop ecstasy the previous generation only … Read more

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Thu Tran

Cleveland-born, Brooklyn-based artist Thu Tran ups the cute ante with her magic-marker character drawings, plush landscape installations, and glass birthday cakes. Obsessed with food and cartoon animals, Tran’s color-saturated aesthetic … Read more

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Judith Supine

My background is in street art and there are a lot of people historically who I’ve really liked. But in terms of new people, I particularly love the work of … Read more

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Chitra Ganesh

Hindu, Greek, and Buddhist mythology informs the work of Brooklynite Chitra Ganesh, who makes cryptic, surreal sculptures, murals, installations, multimedia drawings, and photography that draw from Indian comic books, Bollywood … Read more

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Katy Horan

I’ve long been a fan of Brooklyn artist Katy Horan. With a folksy old west, native american aesthetic, Horan creates paintings rich with narrative, like old campfire stories, come to … Read more

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Jeph Gurecka

Brooklyn-based artist Jeph Gurecka uses food and organic matter in fascinating ways to make his conceptual pieces, taxidermying chicken parts and arranging them into a muscular, human torsoe, or making … Read more

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The wood art of Cosme Herrera

The work of Brooklyn artist Cosme Herrera is beautiful, subtle and imbued with a deep sense of meaning. ‘As I constantly question man-made constructs, I search for a universal language’, … Read more

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Brendan Monroe and Evah Fan open up

The duo of Brendan Monroe and Evah Fan are one of those creative, powerhouse couples. Though two entirely individual artists, the influence they exert upon one another is subtle yet … Read more

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