Family Dynamics 2014 Art Auction Catalogue

Live Auction

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Erik Parker

Erik Parker

New Knowledge, 2014
Acrylic on canvas
24” x 32”
Courtesy of the artist,
Paul Kasmin Gallery and Honor Fraser

Starting Bid: $10,000
Retail Price: $20,000

Employing his own wildly inventive architecture and signature neon palate, Erik Parker creates bold, graphic compositions that riff on the traditional genres of portraiture and still-life. His paintings draw their inspiration from diverse elements of American subculture—psychedelia, underground comic books, the Chicago Imagists, hip hop and heavy metal— as well as Picasso, Francis Bacon and Roy Lichtenstein. Parker studied at the University of Texas at Austin with Peter Saul before receiving his M.F.A. from Purchase College of the State University of New York. He was included in the first “Greater New York” show at P.S.1 in 2000 and has had recent solo exhibitions at the Cornerhouse Gallery in Manchester, England; De Appel in Amsterdam; the Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; Colette in Paris; Honor Fraser in Los Angeles; the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, CT; and Galleri Faurschou in Copenhagen, Denmark. In February, New York’s Malborough Chelsea gallery put on a show exploring the multi-generational influence at work between Peter Saul, Parker and Parker’s onetime studio assistant, Jumian Juliano-Villani. Parker is represented by Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York and Honor Fraser.

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Ron Diorio

Ron Diorio

Schoolyard, 2007
Archival digital chromogenic print
Edition of 3 plus 2 AP – #1
30” x 40”
Courtesy of the artist and Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art

Starting Bid: $1,000
Retail Price: $5,000

Ron Diorio is an artist working in a variety of media, including photography and video. His art has been exhibited internationally and is represented by Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art in New York. His photographs and publications are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston; the Centre Canadien d’Architecture in Montreal; and the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Diorio’s current video work focuses on short personal essays, weaving spoken word, moving images, still photography, and content found on the Internet. Diorio is Vice President of Business Development and Innovation at The Economist. He is a lifelong New Yorker and lives with his wife and two children in Manhattan.

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Harif Guzman3

Harif Guzman

one of a kind (red white black), 2014
Oil on canvas
24” x 36”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $1,500
Retail Price: $15,000

Born in Venezuela in 1975, Harif Guzman came to New York City at a young age. The inspiration of his work derives from mechanical reproduction and a unique technique that refuses the deadening effects of iconographical conformity. Further inspiration comes from Guzman’s earliest experiences of image making and the honest craft that he encountered working in his father’s print shop as a boy. Guzman’s work inhabits and extends a tradition established in the 1920s Weimar Republic with the extemporized collage and assemblage of Kurt Schwitters combined with the influence of Robert Rauschenberg, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and the early gritty Pop Art paintings of Mike Kelley. His work is about transformation. The found materials Guzman employs are not just the physical materials he works with, but also second-hand imagery and ideas that characterize contemporary urban existence. Guzman has exhibited around the country and the world. His work was featured in the 2013 Whitney Arts Party art auction and the 2013 Frieze Art Fair in New York, as well as the 2013 Venice Biennale.

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Ryan Keeley

Ryan Keeley

Glitch Wave, 2013
Mixed media on canvas
40” x 32”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $1,000
Retail Price: $10,000

Ryan Keeley was born in Annapolis, MD, in 1982. As a boy and through high school, his talents were recognized, and he spent most of that time studying under a number of great artists and influencers. As an adult, Keeley has lived a nomadic lifestyle, traveling the world and finding new inspirations. He has spent most of his time traveling from beach to beach, making a living painting surfboards and expanding his skill set and style on large canvases. In 2009, Keeley began experimenting with his large-format printer, customizing the machine to develop a new digital printing process that could produce images similar to a screen printer but in full high resolution and every color in the spectrum at once. This technique allowed Keeley to add very fine detailed photographic imagery to his paintings. He calls this “Layered Hybrid Expressionism.” His success with this process led Keeley to open his own gallery in New York.

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Santi Moix

Santi Moix

Waiting, 2014
Oil on canvas
14” x 19”
Courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery

Starting Bid: $1,000
Retail Price: $6,000

Santi Moix, a native of Barcelona, is known for paintings, watercolors, prints, ceramics and sculpture. In recent years he has used landmark works of literature—both Spanish and American—to explore the depths of identity and culture, art and existence. In 2012 he had a solo exhibition of watercolors and wall drawings inspired by Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York, and created a related wall drawing at the Brooklyn Museum. The Huck Finn works follow a series of prints Moix created based on Spain’s best known novel, Cervantes’ Don Quixote. Moix has recently had exhibitions at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing; and in Barcelona at the Centro Cultural Fundación Círculo de Lectores and Galeria Carles Tache. Moix illustrated a Spanish-language translation of Huck Finn, published by Galaxia Gutenberg, in 2011. Moix, who lives and works in New York, is represented by Paul Kasmin; his prints are available at Pace Prints.

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Plunkett

Jim Plunkett

Pine, 2013
Oil on panel
24″ x 36″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $800
Retail Price: $7,000

Jim Plunkett is interested in the material aspects of paint and the range of marks that can be used to represent the figure and the psychology and rhythm of the environment humans inhabit.  Plunkett received his M.F.A. from the New York Studio School in 2005 and has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including Mayson Gallery, Prince Street Gallery, Repetti and The Gallery at Hyannis Port.  In addition to maintaining a full time studio practice, he teaches Drawing and Painting Marathons at the New York Studio School.

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Dan Rizzie 1

Dan Rizzie

The Garden, 2004
Hand-colored copper-plate etching
Edition 1 of 25
22.5” x 27”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $700
Retail Price: $4,500

Dan Rizzie is a known for his detailed collage work and the textural quality of his surfaces. His work, often influenced by the rhythms of the natural world, combines the color and textures of faraway deserts with intriguing shapes and whimsical circles. He frequently incorporates materials such as flashe, parchment, rediscovered printed materials and newsprint. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; the Dallas Museum of Art; the Scottsdale Museum of Art; the San Antonio Museum of Art; the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston; and many corporate collections through the United States. Born in Poughkeepsie, New York, in 1951, Rizzie grew up in India, Egypt, Jordan and Jamaica. He received his B.F.A. from Hendrix College in Arkansas in 1973 and his M.F.A. from Southern Methodist University in Dallas in 1975. He currently lives and works in Sag Harbor, New York.

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Robert Szot

Robert Szot

A Setting in the Divided City of Berlin, 2014
Oil on linen
18″ x 23″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $600
Retail Price: $3,600

Robert Szot, a Texas native, lives and works in Brooklyn. Szot has shown with Muriel Guepin Gallery and Melody Weir in New York and with the Saatchi Gallery in London. He has exhibited throughout the country and internationally, and his work is found in private collections worldwide. He was recently selected by the Whitney Museum of American Art to participate in its 2014 Art Party, a benefit auction to be held in May.

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Alexi Worth

Alexi Worth

Red Figures with White Wine, 2014
Oil on mylar
11″ x 15″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $600
Retail Price: $4,000

Alexi Worth has had solo exhibitions with the Elizabeth Harris, Bill Maynes, and DC Moore galleries, among others. Recent group exhibitions include “Open Windows,” curated by Carroll Dunham at the Addison Gallery in Andover, MA; “Private Future,” curated by Michael Cline at Mark Jancou in New York; and “In A Violet Distance,” curated by David Humphrey at Zurcher Studio in New York. He has received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Tiffany Foundation, and the New England Foundation for the Arts. He is currently represented by DC Moore in New York. Worth has taught at various B.F.A. and M.F.A. programs, including the University of Pennsylvania; Yale University (where he received his B.A. in 1986); and Boston University (where he received an M.F.A. in 1993). Worth lives in Brooklyn with his wife, the architect Erika Belsey, and their two boys.

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Silent Auction

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Ron Agam 1

Ron Agam

TBD

Starting Bid: $500
Retail Price: $4,000

Ron Agam was born in Paris in 1958, the son of Israeli artist Yaacov Agam. He was already drawn to photography by age six and took pictures all through his adolescence. In the 1990s he moved to New York, founded Artra Diverse Dimensions, a publishing house, and opened a gallery in Soho for contemporary artists. In 1994 the Magidson Fine Art Gallery gave him his first show, which featured photos he had taken of the Western Wall and the ultra-orthodox conclave of the Mea Shearim in Jerusalem. Since then he has become well known for his on-site photos of the devastation of 9/11 and his series of large-scale flowers, which were exhibited at New York’s Tyler Rollins Fine Art in 2009. In the last several years Agam has focused on painting. An exhibit of abstract works was held at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale University in 2012. In 2009 the French government conferred upon Agam its highest award, the insignia of chevalier of the Legion of Honor, for his contributions as an artist and bridge-builder between Jewish communities in the U.S., France, and Israel. Agam lives and works in New York.

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Ashley Woodson

Ashley Woodson Bailey

Petals, 2014
Printed on Hahnemuhle paper
11” x 14”
Courtesy of Joni Grossman

Starting Bid: $50
Retail Price: $300

Growing up along the Gulf Coast of Texas, Ashley Woodson Bailey discovered a love for flowers and art at an early age. After graduating with a B.F.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, Bailey began a successful career in floral design for large-scale weddings, galas and other social events. Her business The Byrd Collective was abruptly halted two years ago due to a debilitating car accident, which left Bailey with a broken back and several internal injuries. Unable to continue her business, Bailey incorporated her passion for flowers with macro photography. Her work has received praise via Gardenista, Design Sponge and other media venues. Bailey’s Light and Dark series of photographs are reproduced on Hahnemuhle cotton paper.

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Cara Barer-Web

Cara Barer

Sunset, 2014
Archival pigment print
Number 3, Edition of 9
14″ x 14″
Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery

Starting Bid: $200
Retail Price: $1,000

Cara Barer photographs outdated, abandoned and obsolete books, transforming them into sculptural objects of beauty. Coiled and crumpled, they segue into a considered commentary on the changing role of libraries and society’s relationship with how it accesses and values knowledge. In a technologically advanced world, her work questions the future of the book itself. Carer, who lives and works in Houston, was educated at the Art Institute of Houston, the University of Houston and the Glassell School of Art. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions across the country, with solo exhibitions in Brooklyn, NY; Galveston and Houston, Texas; Toronto; and Petaluma, Calif. Her work has appeared in New York magazine, Photonews and the Houston Press, among others. She’s also been featured in Art Made From Books: Altered, Sculpted, Carved, Transformed (Chronicle Books, 2013). Barer’s photographs are in many private and public collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Trump Hollywood, Visa, UCLA Special Collections, Danielle Steel, Bloomingdale’s, Lehigh University, Nordstrom’s Nationwide and Wells Fargo Bank. She is represented by a dozen galleries around the country and the world, including Klompching Gallery in Brooklyn; Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco; and Foster/White Gallery in Seattle.

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Deborah Brown

Deborah Brown

Tower of Babylon #13, 2013
Oil on wood
10” x 8”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $100
Retail Price: $750

Deborah Brown’s work reflects her study of the industrial landscape of Bushwick, Brooklyn, the location of her studio, where car salvage lots, cement factories and scrap-metal yards are common sights. For several years, she depicted this subject matter through a sci-fi lens that magnified the strangeness of a world where crushed cars are stacked like ziggurats in a mishmash of semi-recognizable debris. In her latest paintings, which were recently shown at Lesley Heller Workspace in New York, Brown applies the vocabulary of her previous work to portraiture inspired by her favorite paintings and 19th-century novels. Brown received a B.A. in art from Yale, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and an M.F.A. from Indiana University. Since 1982 she has lived and worked in New York, where she is represented by Lesley Heller Workspace. She has had solo shows at galleries and museums around the country. Her public art projects include mosaics commissioned by the MTA for the Houston Street subway station in Manhattan, and roundels for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Terminal at the Port of Miami for Miami-Dade Art in Public Places. In addition to her practice as an artist, she owns and directs the gallery Storefront Ten Eyck in Brooklyn. She also serves on the board of NURTUREart, the artist advisory board of BRIC, and Community Board #4 in Bushwick.

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Melinda Buie

Melinda Buie

Buster, 2014
Oil on wood
16″ x 20″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $250
Retail Price: $1,250

Melinda Buie was born and raised in East Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999 with a B.A. in art history and an M.F.A. in studio art. She then moved to New York, where she currently lives and works. Buie is known for large-scale oil paintings of cows from her family’s farm, portraits of men and women, and an architectural series on bridges, underpasses and buildings. She has exhibited around the country and abroad, most recently at Spacewomb Gallery in Long Island City; Koelsch Gallery in Houston; Temporary Gallery Berlin in Berlin; and Greenpoint Gallery in Brooklyn.

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Elrod

Georgia Elrod

Untitled, 2013
Oil and pastel on paper
10″ x 15″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $100
Retail Price: $500

Georgia Elrod is a artist and painter based in New York. Her work has been exhibited in New York at Novella Gallery, the Horticultural Society of New York and Capla Kesting Fine Art; at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY; and at RH+ Art Gallery in Istanbul. In 2011 Georgia was awarded a residency at the Arteles Creative Center in Finland. This year she was awarded a residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the WAAW Residency in Senegal, Africa. Elrod is a curator and co-runner of Heliopolis Project, a Brooklyn storefront dedicated to experimental art and literature. She graduated with honors in fine art from Colorado College and received her M.F.A. in painting from Hunter College. Georgia was born in Memphis and raised in Manhattan; she lives and works in Brooklyn, She has a solo show at Novella Gallery opening May 9.

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Inka Essenhigh 1

Inka Essenhigh

War, 2004
Etching
Artist print 5 out of 10
15.5″ x 13″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $400
Retail Price: $2,500

Inka Essenhigh’s painted visions are richly colored distorted fables peopled with archetypes, sprites, and anthropomorphized nature. The paintings breathe and undulate with life as ocean becomes sea monster, tree becomes goddess, or hipster bar-goers become drunken ghouls. The imagery is imbued with a sense of a collective unconscious and mischievous narrative that makes its way into each landscape, building, and figure. As she describes it, her mythologies strive for “the feeling of an inner vision” captured during the witching twilight hours. Essenhigh has exhibited both nationally and internationally at venues that include the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville (2012); the Dayton Art Institute (2011); the Center for Maine Contemporaray Art in Rockport (2011); the Museum of Modern Art in New York (2007); the Royal Academy of Art in London (2006); Domus Artium 2, Salamanca (2005); São Paulo Biennal (2004); the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (2003) and the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh (2003). Her work is in the collections of major museums such as the Denver Art Museum; the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami; the Museum of Modern Art / P.S.1 Center for Contemporary Art in New York; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Seattle Art Museum; the Tate in London; the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Recently, she has had solo shows with Pace Prints in New York and with Tomio Koyama in Japan. Essenhigh is represented by Victoria Miro in London. She will be showing at Baldwin Gallery, Aspen in February 2015.

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Clarissa Fortier

Clarissa Fortier

Mill Hollow Shale, 2013
Oil on Masonite
5″ x 4″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $50
Retail Price: $400

Clarissa Fortier graduated from Oberlin College in 2013 with a B.A. in studio art (with honors) and environmental studies. Last year she was an artist-in-residence at the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area in northern California; she is currently a resident artist at Zion National Park in Utah. In these residencies, she paints en plein air, instead of from photographs, a method she also uses.  In 2009, Fortier received a Scholastic Golden Key award from the NYC Alliance for Young Artists and Writers.  Her work has been exhibited at the Baron Gallery, Fisher Gallery and Asia House in Oberlin, OH.

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Angela Gillibrand 1

Angela Gilland

Williamsburgh Bridge, 2014
Pen, ink and coffee wash on paper
18″ x 22″
Courtesy of Joni Grossman

Starting Bid: $50
Retail Price: $300

Angela Gilland is an artist working in sculpture, installation and drawing. She often employs a process of weaving repurposed materials into textiles used for sculpture, installation and tapestry. Her work uses figurative and biomorphic imagery to approach issues of hyper-consumption and human depravity, inability and articulation, and spiritual restoration. She was born and raised in Florida, and currently lives in Brooklyn. Gilland earned a B.F.A. in sculpture from the University of Florida and an Associate of Arts degree from Santa Fe College. In 2012 Gilland assisted artist George Ferrandi in her site-specific performance piece “It felt like i knew you…,” which was on display at the Abrons Art Center in New York last December.

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Jason Grabowski

Jason Grabowski

Untitled, 2013
Oil and colored pencil on paper
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $200
Retail Price: $500

Jason Grabowski lives and works in New York. His practice is rooted in notebooks that he draws and writes in throughout the day – a process of keeping the mind open to what is happening while building a library of notation and personal symbolism to recall specific moments, instances, and memories. Each notebook manifests a mini epoch and serves as the ore for his studio practice, which is made up mostly of mixed-media drawings and paintings. Grabowski has exhibited around the country and abroad. He is co-founder of PUSH Press and the Heliopolis Project, a storefront in Brooklyn dedicated to experimental art and literature. He also serves as art editor for Big Bell, an annual poetry magazine.

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David Humphrey

David Humphrey

A Stroll, 2013
Acrylic on canvas
28” x 22”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $800
Retail Price: $4,000

David Humphrey received a B.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1977 and an M.A. from New York University in 1980. He has shown nationally and internationally and is represented by Fredericks & Freiser in New York. He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship and the Rome Prize, among other awards. His paintings are in many public and private collections, including the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, PA; the Denver Art Museum; the Metropolitan Museum of Art; and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Along with his work as a painter, Humphrey curates shows and writes. He has written for Art issues and Art in America magazines, among others. An anthology of his art writing, Blind Handshake, was published in 2009. He has been a critic in painting/printmaking at the Yale University School of Art since 2007.

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Sara Nesbitt

Sarah Nesbitt

May Day, 2012
India ink and watercolor on paper
12” x 16”
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $300
Retail Price: $2,200

Sarah Nesbitt’s work explores issues of culture, history and our relation to nature through a range of mediums, including drawing, painting, and collage. Her “Toile” series draws on traditional imagery to explore contemporary themes of how Western society sees itself, how we perceive foreign cultures, and how we struggle with our ambivalence toward nature in its wild state. Toile was a pictorial fabric popular in Europe in the early 18th century, a time of frequent and startling encounters between Europeans and peoples and natural surroundings from the far corners of the globe. The toile illustrations helped to fuel a popular obsession for images of these exciting and alien worlds. Nesbitt also paints mandalas, in which she explores the intersection of nature and myth, using appropriated images and flora and fauna she finds in nature. Recently, Nesbitt designed a fabric honoring Vienna, “Toile de Vienne,” for the Neue Galerie in New York. She earned a B.F.A. in painting at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She has exhibited at Artists Space in New York and at the Morgan Lehman Gallery in Lakeville, CT. Nesbitt lives and works in Ancram, NY.

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Kyaw Nyo

Kyaw Nyo

Myanmar Spring (2), 2011
Acrylic on canvas
60” x 54” across 3 panels
Courtesy of Jeremy FitzGerald

Starting Bid: $300
Retail Price: $3,000

Kyaw Nyo is inspired by the beauty of nature, in particular the native trees of Myanmar and their different leaves. He studies the color, shape, size and texture of leaves, but for him, the texture is the most moving. The technique he uses to produce these artworks enables him to faithfully reproduce the texture of the leaves. He creates a “paint leaf” by applying a thick coat of paint to the real leaf, then fixing this to the canvas in the composition he has chosen. When the paint is dry, he removes the real leaf. On most of these collages, there are several layers of leaves, which he builds up over days and weeks. The emotions evoked in him by his selection of leaves determines the base colors he will use in these works. Born in Yangon, Myanmar, in 1980, Nyo received a B.A. in painting from the University of Culture in Yangon and is a prominent force in the emerging contemporary art movement in his country. He has been shown widely in Myanmar, and his work has been exhibited internationally in Hong Kong and the U.S. Nyo is represented by the River Gallery in Yangon, where he lives and works.

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Ilisa Katz Rissman

Ilisa Katz Rissman

(Judy), 2014
Chromogenic print
1 of 8 plus 2 AP
20″ x 24″
Courtesy of the artist

Starting Bid: $100
Retail Price: $950

Ilisa Katz Rissman was born in New York City, received her B.A. at Boston College, and later attended Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, where she studied photography and film. She began her career as a studio photographer in Tribeca, where she produced editorial, commercial and personal work for more than ten years. Her work appeared regularly in a variety of national publications, including The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Interview, Saveur, Town & Country and Metropolis. Rissman has published two books, one featuring the collection of miniature chairs of the designer George Beylarian. For the past several years, she has focused on fine-art projects. Her work is shown and collected both nationally and internationally and she is the recipient of a number of awards, including three at the 2012 NY Photo Festival in Brooklyn. Her work has been published and reviewed in the New Yorker Photo Booth and Philadelphia Enquirer.

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Jordan Sullivan

Jordan Sullivan

Untitled (Colin Running In Yellow Field), 2013
Archival digital chromogenic print
Edition of 3 plus 2 AP – #1
10” x 15”
Courtesy of the Artist and Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art

Starting Bid: $600
Retail Price: $2,500

Jordan Sullivan is a photographer and multimedia artist born in Houston, Texas. He has had solo exhibitions in Tokyo and New York and published numerous volumes of his work. He was the second-place winner of the Grand Prix de la Découverte/NoFound Photography Award and a finalist for the Third Coast Fiction Prize. His most recent book, Natural History, was published by Pau Wau Publications to coincide with his solo exhibition at New York’s Underline Gallery in 2012. His photography exhibition and book, The Young Earth, was presented by Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art in New York last fall. He lives and works in New York.

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Vadis Turner

Vadis Turner

Study in Air Sample (Black), 2013
Fabric and Ribbon on Color-aid paper
8.5” x 11”
Courtesy of Jack Geary Contemporary Gallery

Starting Bid: $400
Retail Value: $2,000

Vadis Turner has had recent solo shows at Jack Geary Contemporary Gallery in New York and Materials for the Arts in Queens, NY, and has been in group shows in such venues as the Brooklyn Museum; the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh; the Bass Art Museum in Miami; the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, TN; the Islip (NY) Art Museum; the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.; the National Gallery in Prague; and the National Museum of Trinidad Her work is in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum; 21C Museum in Louisville, KY; the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville; the Kentucky Arts and Crafts Museum; and the Egon Schiele Art Centrum in the Czech Republic. Turner was born in Nashville and received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from Boston University. She now lives and works in Brooklyn. In 2013 she served as an artist in residence at Materials for the Arts and the Museum of Arts and Design. She is currently an adjunct assistant professor at the Pratt Institute.

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