LAM Group Collection Artists

Audrey Anastasi

Most of my work focuses on the human face, figures, animals and nature... 

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Miya Ando

In my work, I create quiet, abstract, meditative environments as a study of spiritual expression... 

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Erin Beaver

Color and form are generated by throwing a balloon filled with paint at a sheet of paper. This explosive action... 

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Anjali Bhargava

In French they say, Il faut souffrir pour tre belle. My photography visually explores this assertion... 

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Trevor Brown

My work strips the familiarity from the everyday, challenging the things we take for granted and elevating the often overlooked... 

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Ramona Candy

Movement is my method. While it is in dance that I found voice, passion, and connection with culture and personal heritage... 

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Alex Cascone

I am interested by looking into the borders which separate our perceptions from reality... 

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Goseong Choi

I take photographs of my current circumstances in intimate domestic contexts. I care about the subtlety which can lie hidden... 

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Adrian Coleman

I am particularly interested in a gritty strain of urban anthropology, in worn masonry, weathered infrastructure, and post-industrial detritus... 

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Ernest Concepcion

The black and white paintings evolved from "The Line Wars" drawing series, which depict forces engaged in ridiculous battle... 

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Elizabeth Corkery

I use screen and digital printmaking techniques to explore creative development and our subconscious structuring of... 

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Pia Coronel

My work examines the intuitive feelings that intertwine with the search and perception of existence... 

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Enid Crow

The self-portrait series 'Beauty Queens' is inspired by garish advertisements for... 

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Anita Cruz-Eberhard

I work in themes by subject and/or media, using multidisciplinary approaches to visual expression... 

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Mariano Del Rosario

I allow my work to evolve or devolve till it generates surprising results. In general... 

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Florine Demosthene

I've been intrigued by the black female body in contemporary visual culture and am piqued by... 

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Denise DeSpirito

This work uses minimal line drawn painted using gouache to reference the myriad, excessive images... 

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Karni Dorell

My work questions social groupings and how the feeling of the group experience fluctuates... 

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Sonjie Feliciano Solomon

Ephemerality and transformation, light and shadow, structure and collapsibility, the designed and the organic... 

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Karen Fitzgerald

Roundness is fundamental to my visual thinking. The form is not only nature?s most efficient, it is also uniquely able... 

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Julia Forrest

A woman presents herself within the landscape. She turns a mirror towards the viewer... 

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Glenn Friedel

I have been painting with light for well over a decade. I am interested in pushing the medium... 

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Isabelle Garbani

I stand on the same spot on the subway platform every evening, next to the second trash can, waiting for the train... 

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Sheila Goloborotko

Ever since I was a kid, I was immersed in a progressive millieu, schooled across disciplines... 

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Katherine Gressel

I am interested in spaces and the tensions between different types of spaces public and private, invented and real... 

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Ian Hall

It's easy for me to identify the differences between my hometown in West Virginia and my current residence in Brooklyn... 

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Callie Hirsch

My concerns as an artist are twofold: the unearthing and piecing together of archetypal forms... 

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Szu-Wei Ho

Through imagination, I transform my daily life experiences into a fantastic world... 

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Colleen Ho

Often our efforts are invisible, repetitive and mundane; but we are quietly and diligently building our beautiful ethereal world... 

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Kara Kramer

As my studio practice evolves, I learn that what I create can not be easily determined... 

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Fay Ku

My works on paper are narrative, figurative and psychological. I work most often with materials associated with drawing... 

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Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo

The focus of my work is the exploration of time and the everyday, with work ranging from textual interactive pieces... 

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Meredith Leich

I regard watercolor as a remarkably modern medium. Manufactured tubes provide a brilliant selection of colors...

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Dina Litovsky

'Whiteout' is a series photographed in Black Rock City, Nevada... 

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Douglas Ljungkvist

These images belong to an ongoing personal project that photographs vintage cars in Brooklyn's urban and industrial landscapes... 

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Stephen Mallon

Most people look at work sites and machinery and see nothing more than concrete and steel... 

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Christina Massey

Using methods of constructing and deconstructing, I am constantly re-purposing my own artwork... 

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Cliff Matias

This work is part of an on-going work called 'Native in NYC'... 

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Jeanette May

"Flora and Fauna" combines photographs of suburban front yards and of fake fauna to examine... 

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Erica McDonald

Continually inspired by a long line of creatives as well as by the subject and circumstance before me... 

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Robin Michals

New York City is fluid, in flux, always changing, the past rushing the future... 

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Anne Mourier

Whether I am constructing three-dimensional works out of doll-house-sized objects, taking a straight photograph, or gluing beads on paper... 

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SEAMUS O'BRIEN

My artwork objectifies the lifelike facades and childlike ambiance reflected in popular amusement...

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AVANI PATEL

My most recent work draws inspiration from the visual patterns and rhythmic movements of...

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SARAH NICOLE PHILLIPS

I employ commonplace symbols to reveal underlying societal tensions while offering an alternative...

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SLAVA POLISHCHUK

Drawing from nature is always my passion. This drawing project is focused on still lives. The beauty...

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ANTHONY RHOADES

I am forever searching for real moments and happy accidents; hoping to prod others to...

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JOHN ROACH

I am an artist who is usually not happy unless he is jamming things together that don't...

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CHRISTOPHER ROSE

Old growth forests and highway traffic accidents populate my artistic practice. Working from... 

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Max Schreier

I take neo-Baroque paths to explore the seemingly irreconcilable social divides in the world?s globalizing modern cities... 

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Geralyn Shukwit

Brooklyn Walls: Capturing the life on the walls of this county of Kings... 

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Nancy Siesel

Years ago as a student of documentary photography I traveled to Peru during a semester break... 

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Elisabeth Smolarz

I use the documentary mediums of video and photography as tools to explore the social structures which constitute human interaction... 

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Anton Trofymov

I believe this: photography is not a goal in its own right, but only a means of embodying an idea... 

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Chuck Webster

 I strive to make work that is clear, layered and generous... 

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Jackie Weisberg

The Gowanus Canal is toxic, beautiful, valuable, its future uncertain... 

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Daniel Wiener

 My program is to make sculpture that surprises me... 

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Anderson Zaca

For three months I traveled to every borough with a quest and a camera... 

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Evan Zelermyer

My abstract photography evolved out of years of exploration of New York City's five boroughs... 

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