Alejandro Waskavich is a Chicago-based, self-taught printmaker born and raised in Mexico City.
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Andrea Coleman is an artist based in Chicago who utilizes the various media of oils, acrylics paints, magazine clippings and digital prints.
Bobby Gonzales (b. Delran, NJ) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Chicago, IL, whose work explores the intersection of painting, performance, and photography.
Colleen Keihm uses photography to generate spatially unclear constructions.
Darryl Terrell (b.1991) is a queer African-American artist whose primary practice is photography.
Elana Adler is an interdisciplinary artist whose work primarily focuses on questions of perception, signaling, and existence from both epistemological and ontological ways of thinking.
Erin Smego is a post-minimalist sculptor who lives and works in Chicago.
Rim Lee’s (Haerim Lee’s) artistic practice investigates space as an institutionalized demarcation of power.
India Martin is a visual artist whose photography creates an offering to communities by capturing the often over looked beauty of the urban landscape and the people who traverse it.
Jacqueline Surdell is an interdisciplinary artist and recovering athlete, having participated in competitive sport for over 10 years.
Kate Conlon is a Chicago-based artist and educator.
Kioto Aoki is an analogue photographer and experimental filmmaker exploring different modes of perception via the nuances time, space, form, light and movement.
Best known for her large-scale fabric piecework collages; Marie Baldwin dissects visual and linguistic moments in pop culture, and seeks to create idiosyncratic spaces through print, sculpture and installation.
Matthew Owen Wead (b. 1984, Chicago, IL) is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice explores social hierarchy through verbal and written language.
Michael D. Moore is an interdisciplinary artist based in Chicago, IL. He holds a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and n MA in Visual and Critical Studies also, from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Mitsu Salmon creates performance and visual works that fuse multiple disciplines.
Remember T9 texting? A painting is a cartoon thought bubble. I'm thinking of all the things that followed me to adulthood and how being an adult often feels just like being a teenager :/
Olivia Petrides' drawings are immersive, large-scale abstractions based on her travels in the arctic North Atlantic since 1993. She is interested in how evocations of sublime natural phenomena resonate with the tensions and pressures of contemporary times.
Oscar Gonzalez was born in El Paso, TX, he grew up on the other side of the border in Cd. Juarez, Chih. Mex. because of this he has moved around a lot during his developmental years.
R.M-Tnkrt is a cyborg gl!tcher using surrealist strategies of chance to push the boundaries of feminine subjectivity.
Wen Liu was born in Shanghai, China and is currently based in Chicago.
Forrester lives in Chicago, grew up in Louisville, KY and received degrees from Oberlin and Columbia College.
William Camargo is a Chicanx/Latinx visual artist/educator and organizer raised in Anaheim, CA and now residing in Chicago, IL.
Yasmin Spiro (b. Kingston, Jamaica) is a 2014 transplant to Chicago from New York.
Courtney Cintron is a Chicago-based arts and cultural administrator, curator, and performing artist.
Greg Ruffing is an artist, writer, organizer, and curator working on topics around the production of space at different scales – from the macro level of sociopolitical structures and architecture in the built environment, down to an emphasis on community, collaboration, and exchange on the interpersonal level.
Jamillah Hinson is a curator, grassroots archivist, and painter working in Chicago.
She currently works with the Chicago-based collective Beauty Breaks, creating experimental participatory workshops centering on the Black femme experience. In the past, she has interned at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art working with both the curatorial and community arts director.
Sabrina Greig is an art critic, curator, and communications professional from New York City.
At the intersection of social activism and Art History, her curatorial practice uses exhibition spaces to showcase experiences unique to Diasporic communities on the margins. She has curated exhibitions at ACRE Projects, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Haitian American Museum of Chicago.