group show 50
'Roid Rage
The Artists


Aneta Bartos  was born in Poland and moved to New York City where she attended The School of Visual Arts. Most recently her work was shown at the ADAA Fair 2016, Photo London 2015 and Spring/Break Art Show 2015. Earlier that year she participated in a show, Pheromone Hotbox at Steven Kasher Gallery. In early 2013 she exhibited her project titled Boys in a solo show curated by Jon Feinstein at the Carlton Arms Hotel, New York. Recent group exhibitions include Contemporary Practice at The New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester; Women at Suzie Gallery, Tel Aviv; Gilded Forest at Kasher Potamkin Gallery, New York; 31 Women in Art Photography, curated by Natalia Sacasa and Jon Feinstein at Hasted Kraeutler, New York. Aneta's work has been reviewed and featured in New York Magazine, Modern Painters Magazine, Interview Magazine, Libération, Photograph Magazine, Time Out New York, Vice Magazine, Elephant Magazine, Secret Behavior Magazine, as well as online publications such as Artforum, Artinfo, Hyperallergic, Modern Painters Daily and The Huffington Post among others.

Timothy Briner is an American photographer living in New York. He splits his time between his home in Brooklyn and his studio in Staten Island. Briner is a member of POC, a European & North American photography collective.

Seder Burns is an artist and professor of art based in the Midwest. Most of his work is lens based, but he also works with a wide variety of mediums from paper-craft to 3D animation. He is currently a Lecturer of photography at the University of Michigan. He received his M.F.A. in Digital Arts in 2009 and M.Ed. in Career and Technical Education in 2006 from Bowling Green State University.

Julia Campisi is a photo-based artist living in Toronto. She draws her inspiration from photo collections, history and analogue techniques. Her work is rooted in the need to understand photography and explore its inherent structure. The subtle manipulations found in her work generates a new authentic image that address issues associated with representation and authorship. Her hand-made collages encompass the surrealist impulse of simplistic combinations that rejuvenates the forms associated with 1960s abstract paintings. Extending the collage with sculpture and synthetic materials has allowed her to use space as a form of communication between image and object. By distorting the use of material and photo, her collages go back in history and take images that were iconic and bring them into a space where everything is relevant, all at once, and in any order you like. Her passion lies in taking ideas that existed before us and creating a new message the explores process, form and photography.

Sandy Carson is a Scottish photographer who emigrated to the United States in 1993 to pursue cycling, and enjoyed a 15 year career traveling the world as a professional cyclist, where he honed his skills as a photographer. Carson’s photography explores sensitive cultural issues of American consumerism and the social landscape with a scrutiny particular to one who was born and raised in another country. Constantly at play in his photographs is an irony born from the juxtaposition of disparate elements, a duality that consistently informs his viewpoint and is an intrinsic element of his work. Carson’s photography examines a specific and personal segment of American life with a bent simultaneously absurd and poignant.

Thierry Casias graduated in 2001 with a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. In 2012 he earned an certificate in Advanced Studies in Photography from the International Center of Photography. Thierry is based in Brooklyn.

Lauren Crew is a photographer with a soulful style that taken her around the world for her creative blend of fine art, portraiture and lifestyle photography. Her photographic style is inspired by the voice of music and the style that surrounds it. Her M.F.A in Photography and thick degree in intuition has helped her build a reputation amongst designers, producers, directors, fashion designers, and photographers who share similar interests in music, fashion, style, and art. Crew is bi-coastal, splits her time between California and New York and is available globally.

Adam Custins was born in Auckland New Zealand. He began photographic work 25 years ago, as a 15 year old. His career began in the commercial industry, transitioning to a personal practice in later years. Since 2010 he has been specializing in shooting with instant film of all formats.

Matt Emmerich 32 year old east coast punk rocker Matt Emmerich secured over 200 Polaroid Spectra exposures shortly after Polaroid ceased production. These are a few examples of his work from 2009-2013. He broke his camera and sold off the remaining dead stock in 2013. 

Jeff Enlow is a photographer and editor in San Francisco. His work ranges from fine art to documentary. In 2010 he was a National Geographic Young Explorer, and produced a project on the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta.

Daniel Everett is an artist and professor working across a range of media including photography, video, sculpture, and installation. He received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Daniel currently teaches at Brigham Young University as an assistant professor of New Genres. 

Nikita Gross is a photographer and artist working out of Cincinnati, Ohio.  Her interest in instant photography began in 2011 when she discovered Impossible Project.  Since then, she has been consistently using this film in her personal and professional work.  The magic and uncertainty of the medium is what keeps her interested in exploring it further. 

Luke Harby. Everything should be tried once, except incest and folk dancing. 

Mikael Kennedy (b.1979) is a Los Angeles based photographer who has spent nearly 2 decades documenting his life and wanderings using a Polaroid SX70 in a project titled “Passport to Trespass". His Polaroids have appeared in the New Yorker, Time Magazine, Dazed and Confused, GQ, WWD & The Wall Street Journal and are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Tx.

Yessica Klein is a writer and artist born in Brazil and based in London. Her work, focused in overlapping image and text, real and surreal, has been featured in underground zines, online and in literary magazines - most recently at SALT. Her first poetry collection is coming out in Brazil in 2017.

Ian Kline was born in York, Pennsylvania in 1994.  He is currently living in Baltimore, Maryland where he is pursuing his BFA in photography at the Maryland Institute College of Art.  

Amelia Konow is a visual artist based in Oakland, California whose work addresses human perceptions of cosmic phenomena. She has exhibited in the San Francisco Bay Area at SF Camerawork, Royal NoneSuch Gallery, Stephen Wirtz Gallery, and San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. Her work has been published in Modern Painters and American Photo. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University and a Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute.

Oskar Landi was born in Italy and is currently based in New York. He moved to NYC in 1998 where he attended the International Center of Photography, studied Cinematography at New York University and had the opportunity to assist some of the top photographers in the industry. Since launching his own career, he has photographed some of the most renowned artists and thinkers of our time for different media outlets including the New York Times, Discover Magazine , Virginia Quarterly Review, Rolling Stone, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. L’Espresso, Corriere della Sera, Pbs and Prison Photography. His work has been in solo and group shows in New York and is in the permanent collection of the Messner Mountain Museum, Italy.

Emily Rose Larsen earned her B.F.A. in Photography at the School of Visual Arts, NYC. Before fully dedicating her time to the arts she earned her B.A. in Psychology at Flagler College, FL. Emily’s enduring interest lies in the space between the human experience and reality. The intangible fuzzy cloud that allows us to continue forward as we rotate between functional ignorance and the horror of realization.

Elsa Leydier graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles, France in 2015. She now lives and works between Lyon and Rio de Janeiro. Her work deals with the question of representation of territories through images, and the paradoxes and blanks that may rise from those images. Her work had been shown in numerous group shows, as Les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d'Arles, Galerie Agnès b. and Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, in Paris, among others.

Ryan James MacFarland is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus in analog photography. Working with both natural and found environments as his primary subject, MacFarland explores the relationship to his surroundings informed by concepts such as nonlinear science, cosmic intervention and conscious existence. He has exhibited since 2004 and written about or published in Art F City, Artinfo, DuJour, Purple, OUT, The New York Times, Vogue, W and Whitewall. MacFarland lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Lisa McCarty is an imagemaker and curator based in Durham, North Carolina. Her photographs and moving images have been seen in over 70 national and international exhibitions and screenings. Lisa received her MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts from Duke University and is currently Curator of the Archive of Documentary Arts at Duke’s Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library as well as an instructor at the Center for Documentary Studies.

William Miller is an artist and photojournalist from New York City. He studied photography at Bard College and is currently an MFA candidate in the Photography Video and Related Media program at the School of Visual Arts. His work frequently addresses the physical interrogation of antiquated photographic processes exploring the intersection of the photograph as an image and an object.

Serrah Russell is an artist living in Seattle. She studied Photography at the University of Washington. Her work is a constant exploration of the photographic image, through cut-and-paste collage, digital and instant film photography, and more recently, resin sculpture and video installation. Interested in the human emotions that arise and are represented within one's physical surroundings, Russell juxtaposes and weaves together isolated fragments of the body and abstracted periphery with interior spaces and exterior landscapes.

John Sanderson, a native New Yorker, traces his photography to visual memories of road trips he and his father would take to nearby Pennsylvania. Sanderson has traveled throughout much of the United States and feels part of a tradition of New York-based itinerant photographers who began and ended their photographic journey with New York City. The influence of growing up in midtown Manhattan underpins much of Sanderson's work, from portraits to landscape, as he works with traditional large and medium format film cameras. 

Marco Scozzaro is an Italian artist based in New York City. He studied Psychology at the University of Parma in Italy and Photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York. His work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Europe and the US and has been published by international magazines.

Samantha Sealy is an all analogue experimental photographer from Norwich, Connecticut. Graduating in 2014 with a BFA from the University of Connecticut, she is now currently living and working in her hometown.

Erik Simkins is a Seattle-based artist exploring alternative image processes through inspiration from collage and printmaking. His first encounter with this abstract possibility of peel-apart films was in 2011 after reapplying a fresh negative onto an underdeveloped print. The process continues to evolve. The blue image was created with film gifted by Lynn Shelton. The pink image was created with film gifted by Cory Verellen.

Lawrence Sumulong (b. 1987) is a Filipino American photographer based in New York City. In 2015, The Lucie Foundation shortlisted him as an “emerging talent with vision and dynamic ideas that challenge and progress the art form of still photography into work that compels”. In 2016, he was a finalist at the Sony World Photography Awards in the Professional - Conceptual category. His postcard series for the publication, Abe's Penny, is in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art Library and the Brooklyn Museum Library.

Mikayla Whitmore, Las Vegas Native and UNLV graduate, has exhibited at multiple venues including P3Studio at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and the Marjorie Barrick Museum. Her work explores the potential of the photographic image in an attempt to explore the way memory functions, seeking to re-order phantasmal visual instances in time. She currently balances her studio practice with work as a staff photographer, researching dinosaur species, and planting succulents.

Kyler Zeleny is a Canadian photographer-researcher and author of Out West. He received his masters from Goldsmiths College, University of London, in Photography and Urban Cultures. He is a founding member of the Association of Urban Photographers (AUP), a guest editor for the Imaginations Journal for Cross-Cultural Image Studies and a guest publisher with The Velvet Cell. Kyler Currently lives in Toronto, where he is a doctoral student in the joint Communication and Culture program at Ryerson and York University.