Roxanne Yamins and John Capouya

Roxanne Yamins and John Capouya

Born in NY, NY Roxanne Yamins is an artist interested in exploring the intersection between behavior in everyday life and the objects produced by society considered necessity for living. Recent works investigate the role of machines and apparatus made for the sharing of experience and reciprocal conduct. Roxanne Yamins received her undergraduate education from The Cooper Union … Continue reading

Robert Andrade and John Hoppenthaler

Robert Andrade and John Hoppenthaler

Robert Andrade was born in Southern California. He received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and MFA from Cornell University. Andrade currently resides in San Diego as an artist and educator. Andrade has exhibited throughout the United states including Chicago, New York City, Southern California and Dallas, TX. More recently, he has lectured at Virginal Commonwealth University … Continue reading

Daren Kendall and Kelly Kristin Jones

Daren Kendall and Kelly Kristin Jones

Born in Buffalo, NY, Daren Kendall is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in Ithaca, NY. Recent sculptural installations and events include: As the Trolley Barn Sleeps at the Richmond Street Art Festival, Richmond, VA, Chute the Quarry/Lay the Keel at 62 Hours Art Festival, Cameron Mills, NY, and Rupture, in the Cayuga Parking Garage, Ithaca, NY which is currently on view … Continue reading

Daren Kendall – Art

Daren Kendall – Art

Born in Buffalo, NY, Daren Kendall is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in Ithaca, NY. Recent sculptural installations and events include: As the Trolley Barn Sleeps at the Richmond Street Art Festival, Richmond, VA, Chute the Quarry/Lay the Keel at 62 Hours Art Festival, Cameron Mills, NY, and Rupture, in the Cayuga Parking Garage, Ithaca, NY which is currently on view … Continue reading

Allan Peterson, Vaughn Whitney Garland, and Roger Sedarat

Allan Peterson, Vaughn Whitney Garland, and Roger Sedarat

Allan Peterson’s fourth book, Fragile Acts, is the second title in the new McSweeney’s Poetry Series and a finalist for both the 2013 National Book Critics Circle Award and the Oregon Book Award. His last book is As Much As from Salmon Press, 2011. Other books are All the Lavish in Common (2005 Juniper Prize), Anonymous Or (Defined Providence Prize 2001) and five … Continue reading