We invited artists from various disciplines to create a piece around a single hashtag to be displayed in an integrated gallery experience.Get Tickets
Jen Piasini is a painter from Michigan. Her fiancé got an adult job, so they loaded the cats in the Prius and moved to Aurora, Illinois. Between exhibitions, she is busy being the perfect housewife. She was in Toronto on the day that #lovewon for pride and she would like you to know that.
Joseph Barral is a painter and graphic artist. His Brooklyn studio / darkroom is where he creates his pieces. Working back and forth between several pieces, Joseph’s work combines, and sometimes blurs the lines between his two passions; painting and photography.
Joshie Fishbein is an artist and programmer based out of New York City, USA. Although he works with a variety of subjects, joshie's latest experiments are focused on generative concepts and visual a/d conversion.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality that overturned bans on same-sex marriage.
BlackBrain is a pop-noir artist disrupting beauty and thought. He whips ink like Dexter does blood. His gifted, art psyche develops stories that bring color to the mundane, dialogue to the mute and personality to the dull. His work is a voice for the transitional generation.
My sculptures and installations are additive compositions that that straddle psychological inquiry and contemporary expression using metal (primary) as well as clay, textiles, found objects, wood, bone, glass, light, sound files, fragments, paint and patina.
Cinnamon Willis was born in Brooklyn, NY and is a graduate of the New York College of Technology. After participating in numerous exhibitions in New York City, Canada and New Orleans, her most notable was her two person show at the ISE Cultural Foundation in SoHo.
Jarrett Key is a Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist, who investigates the relationship between traditional visual art and performance practices by integrating movement, music, and heightened language.
Ashley Ja'nae is a DC-based artist. Her media includes drawing, painting, and photography. Her work celebrates beauty, identity, autonomy, and private v.s. public space. Her goal as an artist is to inspire dialogue centered around the depths and complexities of black women.
Alina Rayas is an emerging artist working primarily in performance art and community based art. Her work explores human connection, love, and time while challenging the relationship between the artist and “viewer”. She graduated with a B.S. in Television, Radio, and Film from Syracuse University.
An activist movement that campaigns against violence toward black people.
Natalya’Solo exhibitions include; What is Love at Galleria Glance, Turin, Italy in 2012, Shortness of Breath at Locust Projects, Miami, FL in 2012. The Moment,The Backdrop,The Persona at The Girl’s Club Foundation, Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2014, Nada Art Fair during Basel, Miami Beach, FL in 2013-2014
Jamie loves all things photography and recently has developed an intense love for alternative process. Jamie had a difficult and often traumatic childhood and she uses that adversity to fuel the messages within her art. She tends to push the envelope of societal acceptance and strives to use her art
Diana Arand is a mixed media artist with concentration in glass. Arand’s work aims to capture movement and energy, keeping the body of work moving and working together challenging interpretation of color, space, and form.
Shruti is an artist currently living and working in New York City. She expresses fearlessly through her work an acute sensitivity to people and their behaviors. The struggle for balance plays a critical role in the inception of her ideas. She aspires to capture the diverse qualities of our collective humanity in her work.
Women and men should enjoy the same rights and opportunities across all sectors of society.
These hashtags have sparked conversations, inspired change and brought awareness to important issues we’ve faced.Read Their Stories
Brittany Schmid received her BFA in The Arts at The New School University where she studied Fine Arts and Dance. Her work currently focuses on 3‐d paintings using various mediums. Brittany is also anexperienced photographer, graphic designer and an avid traveler.
Controversy around the dress that appeared to be either white and gold or black and blue.
NASA lifted the veil on planet Pluto and shared breathtaking photos.
Lisa Ferber is a storyteller who celebrates glamorous eccentrics and objects of indulgence. Her paintings have shown at the National Arts Club, the Painting Center, and other galleries. Her film "The Sisters Plotz" will hit Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood on May 21, 2016.
Tony is a self taught artist whose work includes mediums such as: Scratchboard, Photography, Mixed Media, Videography, Sculpture, and Sculptography. The sculptures are machined and precision fit together rather than welded or soldered.
Aims to spread awareness about diversity in Tech.
Endorsed by the godfather himself, hashtag inventor, Chris Messina.Read the Announcement
Ileana is a Mexican visual artist working with photography and video, based in Massachusetts. Her work has been shown and published internationally, including aPhotoEditor, L'Oeil de la Photographie, HAFNY, ArtPhoto Mag, among others. Ileana is represented by Hanna Bacol Busch Gallery.
Exploded after Kim Kardashian's naked photoshoot on the cover of Paper magazine.
Arielle Stein is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist. Working in 2 and 3-Dimensional media, Arielle explores human interaction, emotion and the subconscious.
Issues of value, presence and authorship, within and exterior to the art world, form the subject of our work. We explore these themes using tools and technologies, which are relatable but not restricted to art.
Paintings of wharfs and the big eyed waifs of my father's kitschy art collection dominated my understanding of the art world as a child and remain in my subconscious to this day. I am fortunate that my eccentric compositions have intrigued audiences and allowed me opportunities to show nationwide.
For 100 days people challenged themselves to post tweets or images when they were happy.
Andrew Herzog is a designer & thinker & human. He makes work that deals with communication and interactivity while employing wit to shift perspective and create an open exchange with viewers. His need for conceptually driven exploration results in projects of varying mediums.
The tagline of Everytown for Gun Safety representing the movement against gun violence.
Born and raised in Brooklyn N.Y., Carla Cardona is a multi media artist. Carla is mainly a self taught artist. Her inspirations are born from her experiences and emotions. Majority of her exposure, nationally and internationally came from her work as a custom tattoo designer on www.tattoo.com.
Kriti is a self-taught artist.She is a storyteller, her art aims to depict the facets of life through the combination of color, texture & symbolism. Currently a student of MPA Columbia SIPA, NY. Her work is exhibited in galleries in Columbia University and featured in private and public collections.
Unveils some of the complexities around domestic violence.