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Rema Hort Mann Foundation

Grace Metzler

Grace Metzler Viewing my paintings is like staring into a fishbowl. Observing something that is familiar, but transcending reality. The scenes appear ordinary and iconic.

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Sharon Madanes

Sharon Madanes Henri Bergson wrote that art removes what “veils reality from us, in order to bring us face to face with reality itself.” I

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Dylan Vandenhoeck

Dylan Vandenhoeck “Inside and outside are inseparable. The world is wholly inside and I am wholly outside of myself.” — Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Phenomenology of

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Antone Konst

Antone Konst Looking at anything, if we consider it Art, allows us to tune our seeing…a painting is aninstrument, a kind of calibrator for thought

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Allison Janae Hamilton

Allison Janae Hamilton My artwork features uncanny subjects and surreal scenes that blend the epic with the everyday and the disturbing with the delicate within

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Talia Levitt

Talia Levitt As with all deemed forbidden, marginal or disregarded, trompe l’oeil and still life have been ripe for cooptation and reinvention starting in the

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Cheyenne Julien

Cheyenne Julien Growing up in The Bronx, the sidewalks and streets were our playground. I often think back to the fond memory of playing in

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Ektor Garcia

Ektor Garcia I am a multi-disciplinary artist who approaches sculptural installation through wide-ranging experiments with craft techniques and materials. Originally hailing from a small town

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Jeannine Han

Jeannine Han I am an artist living and working in New York where you’ll often find me in the studio exploring materiality through sculpture andfilms.

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