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Kyle Meyer

Kyle Meyer (Kylemeyer.com), born in Ohio in 1980, was recently profiled in a NOV 2018 NY Times article: ‘8 Artists to See at the Paris Photo Fair Who Show Where Photography is Going’.  
In his words, ‘My work is a perpetual analytical inquiry about my own identity as a gay man and the LGBTQ communities with whom I identify. It is deeply rooted in my experience growing up in a conservative farming community in rural Ohio and subsequently through spending a significant period as an adult in Swaziland where it is illegal to be homosexual. By weaving together photographic and sculptural elements, my artwork metaphorically speaks to the human condition of seclusion, oppression, memory, and loss. It also laboriously questions the potency of digital photography by embracing the haptic qualities of craft.  Kyle Meyer is represented by Yossi Milo Gallery, NYC. (YossiMilo.com)
 

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image of human head in profile on left; sea urchin on right

Nadia Huggins: Strange Territory

Currently Exhibited in B Bar
Nadia Huggins was born in Trinidad and Tobago and grew up in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, where she is currently based. Her work explores belonging, identity, and memory through a contemporary approach focused on re-presenting Caribbean landscapes and the sea.
Photo of Deborah Dixon covered in seashells

Bert Stern

Bert Stern (1929-2013) recognized as a trailblazer in advertising photography, Stern experimented with unconventional techniques, including videotape, screen-printing, photo-offset combinations and computerized printouts, working on advertising campaigns for brands such as Canon, Dupont, Pepsi-Cola, US Steel, and Volkswagen.
Tamary Kudita

Tamary Kudita: “African Victorian Series”

Currently Exhibited in Gallery
A product of dual heritage, Tamary Kudita was born in Zimbabwe whilst her ancestry can be traced back to the Orange Free State, historical Boer state in Southern Africa. She chose to study fine art at