New York abstract artist who dedicated fifty years to creating paintings, drawings, and sculpture based on a theoretical civilization.
New York Neo-African Abstract Expressionist artist who creates paintings, works on paper, and textile assemblage.
New York Minimal painter who pioneered shaped canvas paintings through his innovative use of shadow, light, and shape.
New York artist who creates abstract sculpture at the intersection of architecture and human figuration.
Downtown New York artist who created paintings, drawings, etchings, and sculpture ranging from figurative to abstract.
Norwegian-born, New York-based artist whose post minimal drawings and paintings focus on the primal impulse of mark-making.
New York conceptual artist who creates paintings and collage based on intricate fragmentary language.
Downtown New York sculptor who creates asymmetric, biomorphic sculptures at the boundary between representation and abstraction.
Downtown New York artist who creates cognitive paintings with unintended narrative threads.
New York trans-disciplinary artist who creates sculptural installation, architectural interventions, and time-based work.
Internationally recognized photojournalist who captured historic and artistic photography for over sixty years.
New York conceptual artist known for his multidimensional practice in installation, video, and Narrative art.
New York photographer who captured cultural luminaries and historic moments for over sixty years.
Algerian photographer from Aïn Beïda who created an archive of local people and rarely photographed indigenous tribes.
Prolific photojournalist who was named by the Library of Congress as one of the most important photographers of the 1960s.