About Justine Kablack
Justine Kablack graduated MICA in 2014 and attended BHQFU in 2017. Recent solo shows include whip-poor-will at Buoy Gallery, Kittery, ME and Where the Raspberries Grow Wild at SISTERED, Rockland, ME. Her work has been included in group shows including Theorem X at Rachel Uffner, New York; Theorem Y at Mrs., Queens; Jenna Ransom + Justine Kablack at Interloc, Rockland; Alley Oop at New Systems Exhibitions, Portland; and Tin Ceilings and Other Specifics at The Magenta Suite, Exeter. Residencies include Vermont Studio Center, Elephant Butte Lake and the Women’s Residency for Transmodern Awareness. Kablack is co-founder of the collective platform SISTERED, and works at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. She resides in Rockland, ME.
About Manal Kara
Manal Kara is a Moroccan-American self-taught interdisciplinary artist. Their work has been included in group shows around the world, including Chicago, New York, Istanbul, Vienna and Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include XYLEM & PHLÖEM at No Place, Columbus; THE VIEWING-ROOM VS. THE ADORING-GAZE at Interstate Projects, Brooklyn; and Song of the Other Worm at Prairie, Chicago. Selected group exhibitions include Jupiter Finger at Real Pain, Los Angeles; Suspended Disbelief at Arsenal Contemporary, Toronto; and K as in Knight at Helena Anrather, New York. They have participated in residencies at ACRE, Ox-Bow, September Spring at the Kesey Farm, and Project Freewill. Upcoming solo exhibitions include Below Grand (formerly Super Dutchess), New York; Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles; and Hair + Nails, Minneapolis. Manal Kara is based in Gary, IN.
About Oren Pinhassi
Oren Pinhassi graduated from the Yale School of Art in 2014. He has taught sculpture nationally and internationally in various institutions. Recent solo shows include Lone and Level at Helena Anrather, New York; Second Nature at Edel Assanti, London; One in the mouth and one in the heart at Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles; Nature Calls at Ribot Gallery, Milan; and Springs at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Israel. His work was featured in numerous group shows including Four at Yossi Milo Gallery, New York; This Is Not A Prop at David Zwirner Gallery, New York; A Scratch In Time, Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York and more. Residencies include Palazzo Monti, Brescia; Outset Contemporary Art Fund’s Bialik Residency; the Shandaken Project at Storm King Sculpture Park, New York; and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Pinhassi has been awarded numerous prizes including Pollock-Krasner grant; Fannie B. Pardee Prize; The Art Slant Prize, and the Shlomo Witkin Prize, 2011. Upcoming solo shows include Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles. Pinhassi lives and works in New York City.
About Moises Salazar
Moises Salazar is a non-binary queer artist based in Chicago, who graduated from The School of The Art Institute in 2020. Recent solo shows of their work include Puto el Último at Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami; Ni de aqui, ni de allá at Hair + Nails, Minneapolis; and Brillo Putx at Happy Gallery, Chicago. Group shows include Forgive me not, Forgive me not at Roots & Culture, Chicago. Recalantada at Chicago Art Department, Chicago; Salon ACME no. 8 at ACME, Ciudad de Mexico; and Future Future at Hair + Nails, Minneapolis. Their fellowships include Artaxis, Luminarts and NCECA, and they have been resident at the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago.
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