As a child, Jennifer Celio longed to join the Girl Scouts and lose herself in the
Josephine Lee is a multidisciplinary artist who resides in the unceded territory
Now based in Brooklyn, Chinese-American artist Clare Hu grew up in the Deep South.
New York installation artist JC Lenochan grew up in a diverse neighborhood in the
“First and foremost, I’m a storyteller,” Miriam Kruishoop tells NOT REAL ART.
Miami-based artist Edison Peñafiel moved to the U.S. to escape the instability of
Victoria Manganiello considers weaving a form of communication. Her ethereal fabric
“We can forgive a man for making a useful thing as long as he does not admire it,”
Crammed sardine-style into a white cubby, Janet Currier’s pile of blobby sculptures
In 2019, Aliana Grace Bailey studied the art of Japanese SAORI weaving in New York.
In college, Ben Wright tracked songbirds from New Hampshire to Jamaica. His eclectic
Jonathan Allen is a mixed-media artist and creative ninja who works with performance,
Amy Yoshitsu describes herself as the “only child of big-dreaming Asian-American
Originally from Bismarck, North Dakota, Los Angeles artist Dakota Noot “uses drawings,
Meridel Rubenstein is a photographer and installation artist based in Santa Fe, New
Camille Ora-Nicole Elston is an award-winning artist from Los Angeles whose pen and
In the 1960s young hippies famously cautioned against anyone over the age of 30.
Carl Johnson is a process-driven artist. His brutalist wire sculptures contradict
In 1641 architect-artist Gianlorenzo Bernini unveiled the first of two bell towers