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Christian Rex van Minnen
18 x 12 in.
In Depth (landmines) / Colombian Series, 2015
Shot at Caminos los Mesones, vereda El Palmar, municipio Nariño, Antioquia, Colombia.
Roses and Words Series
Christian Rex van Minnen
Born 1980 in Providence, Rhode Island. Graduated with BA from Regis University 2002. Currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Sinisa Kukec received his Diploma of Fine Arts in 1996 from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada and his MFA from Alfred University, Alfred, New York in 2001. Recent solo exhibitions include VITRUVIANSLUTS, Spinello Projects, VOLTA, New York,NY, (2015) ZENITHSLUTS, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2015), MAKE BELIEVE IT IS NOTHING, Spinello Projects, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA (2014), LOVE LIKE THE UNIVERSE, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2013), FROM VOID TO VOID, Redux Contemporary Art Center, Charleston, SC, AND YET ANOTHER WAYWARD LANDSCAPE, Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL (2010). Recent group exhibitions include, Florida Contemporary, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL (2014), Gravitywell, Art Basel Miami Beach, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2013), New Work Miami, Museum of Art Miami (PAMM), Miami, FL (2013), Selected Loop, L'HOSTE Art Contemporain, 7 rue de l'Hoste, ARLES, France (2013) , Practices Remain, Regina Rex, Queens, New york, (2012). In 2001, Kukec was awarded a fellowship from the Evelyn Shapiro Foundation for a year-long residency to the Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2013, Kukec collaborated with scientist Dr. Andrew Baker for Curious Vault: 001 at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Miami, FL. Kukec was born in 1970 in Zagreb, Croatia. He lives and works in Miami, FL.
Alice Miceli's work applies investigative travel and historical research that works with the virtual, physical and cultural manifestation of trauma inflicted on social and natural landscapes, exploring its history and continued use of the media with which they have been represented. Interested in the challenging notions of traditional journalism and documentary photography, she creates alternative photographic documents on extreme, socio-political issues.
Karen Kubey is a New York-based architectural designer and educator specializing in housing design and research. As the first executive director of the Institute for Public Architecture, Karen helped build a public interest design nonprofit with a national presence. Through exhibitions, roundtables, and its Total Reset residency program, the IPA has been a catalyst for ambitious, achievable design ideas in the public interest. Trained as an architect at the University of California, Berkeley, and Columbia University, Karen began her career in affordable housing design. She co-founded both the Architecture for Humanity New York chapter and New Housing New York, the city's first design competition for sustainable and affordable housing. She is a recipient of the Independent Projects Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts and was a Wilder Green Fellow at The MacDowell Colony -- where she met Alice Miceli. Karen has curated exhibitions at New York's Center for Architecture and the Canadian Centre for Architecture. She has taught housing studios at Parsons The New School for Design and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Her projects have appeared in The New York Times and her work has been exhibited at the Museum of the City of New York.
AdrienneRose Gionta is an interdisciplinary artist, curator & visual arts educator from Brooklyn, NY residing in South Florida. Currently she has been teaching courses in Multimedia & Web-design, Digital Art, Digital Photography, Drawing & Color Theory at both FAU & NSU. Recently Gionta served as the Gallery Coordinator at the Miami Beach Urban Studios Gallery while attending Florida International University pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Time-Based Media & Photography on full scholarship with a teaching assistantship & has taught courses in Digital Media, Video & Electronic Art at FIU. She has earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture along with a minor in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University and has worked as the Assistant Director at the University Galleries at FAU. In addition, she has been the recipient of several awards such as the Art & Architecture Fellow, Department of Architecture at FIU, Women in the Visual Arts Scholarship, The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties Art Educators Fellowship, the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Friedland Project Grant, & The National League of American Pen Women Marion Kofman Scholarship. AdrienneRose’s work has been exhibited at ICA Miami, Art Basel Miami, FL; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; David Castillo Gallery, Miami, FL; 6th Street Container, Miami, FL; Locust Projects, Miami, FL; Girls’ Club, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; 18 Rabbit, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL; Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach; Showtel, West Palm Beach & 10x10, Lake Worth, FL. Her work is also included in the private collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz as well as other private collections.
Jacqueline Falcone (b. 1990) is the founder of the Jacqueline Falcone Bed & Breakfast, an alternative exhibition space located in her bedroom. Jacqueline lives in Miami, FL and works as the Membership Manager at ICA Miami by day, returning to Alan Falcone (puppy, b. 2015) at the JFB&B in Normany Isle.