Pacifico Silano

Pacifico Silano is a lens-based artist whose work is an investigation into lost histories of the LGBTQ community. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he received his MFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts. His work has been exhibited in group shows, including at the Bronx Museum; Context, Miami; Oude Kerk, Amsterdam; and ClampArt, New York City. He had a solo show at Baxter ST@CCNY in 2016. Reviews of his work have appeared in The New Yorker, Artforum, Newsweek and The New York Times. He is a winner of the Individual Photographer’s Fellowship from the Aaron Siskind Foundation and a Finalist for the Aperture Foundation Portfolio Prize. He was chosen both as an Artist in Residence at Light Work in Syracuse, NY and for the Workspace Residency of Baxter St@CCNY. He is also a 2016 fellow in Photography with the New York Foundation for the Arts.

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Kate Stone

Kate Stone is a Brooklyn-based artist. She received a BA in Photography from Bard College and an MFA from Parsons the New School for Design. She was a recipient of the Tierney Fellowship and The Lotos Foundation Prize. Her work has been exhibited at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, FiveMyles, Aljira a Center for Contemporary Art, among others.

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Moira McDonald

Moira McDonald is an Australian-American photographic artist working, living and making in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has earned her Bachelor of Fine Art in Photography from California College of the Arts and received her Master of Fine Art at San Jose State University. Her photographic inquiry is centered in the action of summoning the photographic image is articulated with a diverse dialect and approach while she systematically creates photographs through simplified analog processes. 

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Ryan Oskin

Ryan Oskin investigates natural and constructed spaces through photography, sculpture, and installation. He recently had two solo shows at the Java Project and The Eagle in Brooklyn, NY that featured work both inside and outdoors. His work has been shown throughout the United States at Aperture Foundation (NYC), Johalla Project (CHI), Press Street (NOLA), Newspace Center for Photography (PDX), and underneath the 6th Street Bridge (LA). He recently completed a year-long residency at ARTHA Project in 2016. He graduated from Pratt Institute with a BFA in Photography in 2012. He currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Anna Yeroshenko

Anna Yeroshenko is a Russian photographer, currently living in Boston, USA. She studied Architecture and Design and received her BFA in Design of Architectural Environment from Pacific State University in 2008.  Anna's practice centers around transforming architecture through the acts of folding, cutting and dissecting the photographic representation of urban facades. The resulting works are dimensional and impossible, at once familiar and abstracted from their everyday reality. 

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Jordan Sullivan

Jordan Sullivan is a writer and artist living in Los Angeles, California.  His photographs, curatorial projects, and prose have appeared in publications such as The Paris Review, The New York Times T Magazine, The New Yorker, Italian Vogue, Featureshoot, Dazed Digital, Dossier Journal, Twin Magazine, VICE, Domino, It's Nice That, Juxtapoz, Third Coast, GUP, Art + Design (China), Secret Behavior, and ELLE. He was a finalist for the Third Coast Fiction Award and the Grand Prix de la Découverte/NoFound Prize for experimental photography. His most recent book Remaining Light, was published by Silas Finch (2016). A number of his artist books were displayed in the 2013 Triennial at the International Center for Photography in NYC. He is the co-founder of the publishing project 205-A.

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Tal Barel

Tal Barel was born in Israel in 1985, and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She received her BFA in photography from the Bezalel Academy for Art and Design in Jerusalem in 2012, and her MFA in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 2015. Barel has exhibited work at the New York Photo Festival, the Center for Fine Art Photography, Colorado, Filter Photo Gallery, Chicago, and the Open Museum of Photography, Tel Hai, Israel. She received an honorable mention for the 2015 Snider Prize from the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago (MoCP) and her work is included in the museum’s permanent collection. She was selected as one of the artists featured in PDN’s Emerging Photographer’s Winter 2015 issue.

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Alex Kwok

Born in Hong Kong, China, Alex Kwok developed his practice in Vancouver, Canada, with a BA in English Literature and Sociology at Simon Fraser University. He uses paper and light both as source materials and subject matters as threads connecting the quintessential elements of the photographic medium. Alex's projects examine points of intersection between image and object and where the photograph lies between those definitions. He is curious about how these languages are articulated in today’s context of photography’s pictorial representational possibilities through the digitization of visual imagery.

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