Ann Greene Kelly’s sculptural practice centers on an intimate and pragmatic approach to materials. Built from a intuitive bricolage of stone, cast objects, and repurposed refuse, her sculptures present as both structural framework and body. Fluctuating between architecture and organism, the works underscore the artist’s interest in the aqueous identity of public and private space. Kelly lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Solo exhibitions include “And Now”, Dallas; Chapter NY, New York; and White Columns, New York. She has been included in group shows at David Zwirner, New York; Michael Benevento, LA; and White Flag Projects, St. Louis.
Mira Dancy’s work interrogates the role of women-as-subject across a range of media. Pulling from art history and popular culture, Dancy affords the feminine muse autonomy through language, narrative constructs, and a sense of tangible power. Dancy lives and works in New York, NY. She received her BFA from Bard College and her MFA from Columbia University. Solo exhibitions include Yuz Foundation, Shanghai; Night Gallery, LA; Galerie Hussenot, Paris; and Chapter NY. She has been included in group shows at Simone Subal, NY; Derek Eller, NY; and Konig Galerie, Berlin.
Willa Nasatir builds layered photographic compositions through analog processes. Beginning with a sculptural tableau in the studio, Nasatir transforms these elements to the point of the surreal. Her current work focuses on the conception and constructs of the “natural” world as defined by science and language. Nasatir lives and works in New York, NY, having received her BFA from Cooper Union, NY. Solo exhibitions include The Whitney Museum of Art, NY; Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Ghebaly Gallery, LA; and Chapter NY. Nasatir has been included in group shows at The New Museum, NY; Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia; and Fourteen 30 Gallery, Portland.