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Jojo Anavim

Jojo Anavim

The Coca-Cola Archives Museum, New York Yankees City Collection

Joseph Piscopia

Joseph Piscopia

Private Collection; NY & CA, Participated at the Berry Campbell Gallery, Space 776, Metropolitan Mueum Staff Exhibition, Galerie Lelong, and Sperone Westwater Gallery

Kate Clark

Kate Clark

JP Morgan Collection, 21C Museum, and  Cranbrook Art Museum

Mahmoud Hamadani

Mahmoud Hamadani

The Metropolitan Museum, British Museum,

Marcia Grostein

Marcia Grostein

Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, and also spread in other different galleries. She was the first Brazilian artist whose work was purchased from a high museum like the Metropolitan Museum.

Mark Greenberg

Mark Greenberg

Mark, whose name can be loosely translated to Marco Monteverdi in Italy, is a copyist and paint conservator. Sotheby's and Christie's have utilized his services to restore paintings, and he has produced incredible copies of many masterpieces.

Noel Anderson

Noel Anderson

Head of the Printmaking at NYU, Fiber Artist, Participated in Miami Art Basel, Armory Show, exhibited at the Studio Museum in Harlem.

Richard Wiesel

Richard Wiesel

Richard Wiesel, a photographer and relative of Elie Wiesel, who was a survivor of the Holocaust and received the Nobel Peace Prize, was given special permission to enter the private archives of the Sachsenhausen and Ravensbruck memorials. He captured photographs of valuable objects that had never been revealed before, and through his research, he managed to track down their original owners and uncover their stories.

Tatiana Arocha

Tatiana Arocha

Influenced by her upbringing in Colombia's rainforests, engages in fieldwork to study and document the forest ecosystem. She collaborates with indigenous communities to understand their relationships with nature. In the studio, the artist creates large-scale forest portraits to immerse viewers in the intricate connections of the natural world.

YongJae Kim

YongJae Kim

Yongjae Kim is a hyperrealist painter. He uses tiny paintbrushes smaller than our eyelashes to create super-realistic images of our daily surroundings in NYC. The Korean-born artist has been obsessed with detailed drawings and paintings, working strictly in oil painting. It takes him months and even years to complete one painting. He is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 2023, and The NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in the category of Painting 2021, and the New York Foundation for the Arts award in 2021.

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