Wukun Wanambi & Yinimala Gumana
Wukun Wanambi and Yinimala Gumana travelled from Arnhem Land, Australia to showcase the Aboriginal bark paintings that serve as the living, artistic stories that thread together generations of Indigenous Australians.
The story of Mary Woronov’s life reads like a darkly elegant movie script. As a youth, she starred in Warhol’s flicks and toured with the Velvet Underground. These days, Mary’s pumping out paintings, writing books, and mastering the art of the corner painting.
Kid Super, aka Colm Dillane, is a designer with the soul of an astronaut. He resides in an experimental work-live space in Williamsburg, wants to collaborate with Elon Musk to design spacesuits, and holds a degree in math from NYU.
Del Kathryn Barton
Del Kathryn Barton is a black widow and mama bear rolled into one human package. The Aussie artist's surreal paintings pit the natural world and human experience on a collision course.
Jakob S. Boeskov
Danish comic illustrator turned conceptual artist Jakob S. Boeskov has pulled off some risky fringe stunts with his decade-running “Pre-Crime Triptych” project. From hawking concocted weapons of mass destruction at arms bazaars in Beijing, to faux facial recognition tactics on the West Coast - his third and final piece in this project, with an equally ominous title, Bioweapon 23, as it’s sibling artworks, takes the phrase “Dying for your art” to the (fictive) next level.