Khara Oxier-Mori (b. 1979) is an Idaho-based artist whose primary focus is the human body. Khara attended Boise State University after having received an honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corps and in 2016 earned her degree in anthropology with a concentration in genetics, evolutionary medicine and osteology. Her life experiences are her chief inspiration, and she credits the deconstructionist theories of Derrida and Foucalt for her relentless pursuit and examination of human power dynamics.
Hisako Kobayashi grew up in Tokyo before moving to New York City in 1981 to earn a Master of Fine Arts at Pratt Institute. An abstract painter, she has since exhibited her work on five continents over a span of three decades. Upon observation, her works clearly and openly illustrate a maternal devotion to her native Japan while at once embracing the essence of her newfound Western sensibilities.
Art critic Donald Kuspit has authored this on her work, "Kobayashi's paintings exemplify the romantic idea that...
Harley Cortez (American, b. 1979) is a multi disciplinary artist, musician, and filmmaker. He has lived in Los Angeles, CA and Queens, NY, while also living for a brief period in Guatemala.
His work has been shown in Los Angeles, NYC, and Tokyo. His solo exhibition in 2016 at The Paper Agency Gallery in LA titled, "The Poet as Spaceman", was an immersive installation of paintings, film and music compositions that included...
A lawyer by profession, Hunter Biden now devotes his energies to the creative arts, bringing innumerable experiences to bear. The results are powerful and impactful paintings ranging from photogenic to mixed media to the abstract. His chosen substrates are canvas, YUPO paper, wood, and metal on which he affixes oil, acrylic, ink along with the written word; all of which creates a unique experience that has become his signature.
Marc Vinciguerra is a Parisian sculptor and philosopher currently residing in the United States. Academically trained in the renaissance and baroque figurative manner, Vinciguerra's bronzes dare to challenge the viewer to reconsider the role classicism plays in real time.