David Everitt Howe
David Everitt Howe is a Brooklyn-based critic and curator. His work explores how gender and sexuality are constructed and performed, as well as the ways in which they’re shaped and controlled by art institutions and other institutions of power. Currently, Howe is Curator-at-Large at Pioneer Works as well as Arts Editor of its online editorial platform, The Broadcast. His writing regularly appears in Artforum, Art in America, and frieze.
David Everitt Howe has curated shows at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn; Participant Inc., New York; and Abrons Arts Center, New York, among others.davideveritthowe.com
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Through installation, drawing and in-camera collage, Svetlana Bailey uses fruit to explore the flesh and gender of human embodiment throughout her work. She uses details and enlarging techniques to create new spatial and form/function relationships between fruit and the body.
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Moko Fukuyama is a Japanese artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Fukuyama has received grants, fellowships and commissions from notable art institutions such as Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Foundation For Contemporary Arts, Jerome Foundation, SOHO20, MacDowell, Yaddo, Recess, The Shed, and more. She completed her residency at The Kitchen, New York, New York in spring 2021. During the residency, she created American Recordings, Act I: American Harvest and Act II: American Frequency in collaboration with Yo! Vinyl Richie. She is a 2021 fellow at Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer, Minnesota and Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York.