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Associate Director of The Museum of Modern Art and curator of countless groundbreaking shows
Photograph © Peter Ross
Visual artist and digital wizard who creates illustration, animation, and interactive design for global brands
Ann Pibal’s widely recognized and highly acclaimed paintings have been exhibited extensively, in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Informed by the language of abstraction, Melissa Thorne makes portable and site-specific paintings that use pattern to reference notions of class, feminine subjectivity and social progress. She has exhibited her work internationally.
Principal designer for renowned architectural firm Michael Graves & Associates whose whimsical designs for fantasy pianos were published as a book, The Art of the Piano, in 2000
Artist whose work in sculpture and moving image argues for an ethics of taste
Seojeong Shin teaches the history of Asian art and Chinese landscape paintings and prints. She is especially interested in how literati culture became more accessible during the premodern and early modern period of Asia.
Textile designer and artist who is assistant designer at Mara Hoffman, who has developed textiles for Pierre Frey, Liberty of London, and other brands
Camille Hoffman's current work is a mixed-media meditation on Manifest Destiny and its representation in the romantic American landscape. Reflecting on the embedded and latent meanings around light, nature, the frontier, borders, race, gender and power in influential American landscape paintings of the 19th century, she uses materials collected from her everyday life, including holiday-themed tablecloths, discarded medical records, nature calendars, plastic bags and paint, to craft imaginary landscapes that are grounded in accumulation, personal narrative and historical critique.
Willy Wonka-esque creator of sculptural installations
Photograph © Arrested Motion
Artist whose paintings, drawings, and altered x-rays engage with American and European abstraction
Photograph © Paula Gillen
An artist whose practice involves writing and curating, Anne Thompson creates community through collaborative projects that move art outside its institutionalized spaces.
Environmental artist and Guggenheim winner whose work combines art, ecology, landscaping, and infrastructure
Bessie and Guggenheim award-winning dancer, choreographer, and videographer, and the artistic director of Cathy Weis Projects
Photograph © Richard Termine
Composer, woodwind player, and teacher who is dedicated to social practice, musical collaboration, and the digital arts
Jonathan Schwartz makes short films that earned him a place on Film Comment's list of 25 Filmmakers for the 21st century.
Founder of 1RIC Studio. Augmented Reality artist & designer. Named a Top 10 Filmmaker to Watch in 2018 by The Independent. AR project Terminal 3 had its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival.
Executive vice president and chairman of the Americas division of Sotheby’s, an international art auction house, and former president of Christie’s Los Angeles
Jack Yu is a ceramics artist with extensive teaching experience in China and the US, whose work ranges from thrown, functional wares to large-scale sculptural installations in clay.
Award-winning architect whose firm, Desai Chia Architecture, was rated among the top 100 design firms by House Beautiful
Curator exploring how the internet is shaping art and culture, and organizer of Philips Auction House’s first digital art auctions, which Wired called an “art breakthrough”.
Abstract painter whose work held a prominent position in the 52nd Venice Biennale exhibition
Professional printmaker with vast experience in professional fine art print studios and who has studied at the Tamarind Institute
Anthony Titus is the founder of Anthony Titus Studio, a laboratory for the exploration of ideas related to the contemporary practices of art and architecture.
Dan Phiffer is a software developer and artist who works at the ACLU. His art projects often use computer networks as a raw material, and have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, and SFMOMA.
Photographer named one of the Best and Brightest by Esquire in 2003, whose work is in the collection of MoMA and has appeared in exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museums in New York and Bilbao
Photograph © Bernd Arnold
With more than 25 years professional experience in film and digital photography, as well as in publishing, Jonathan Barber’s work spans photojournalism, commercial photography, and art and performance documentation.
Photographer for Newsweek, Reuters, and, for eight years, at the White House as the President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton’s official documentary photographer
Dean of the School of Architecture and Design at the New York Institute of Technology, member of the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, and winner of the Rome Prize in Architecture