Born in Manchester, UK, Jane South’s solo exhibitions include Switch Back (2020), Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NY; Raked (2014), Spencer Brownstone GalleryNY; Floor/Ceiling (2013), Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, CT; Box (2011), Knoxville Museum of Art, TN. Southʼs work has been reviewed in The New York Times, LA Times, Artforum, Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, New York Magazine, Frieze, ArtNews, and The New Yorker. Awards include Guggenheim Fellowship (2021), Brown/RISD Mellon Foundation Fellowship (2015), Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant (2009), Pollock-Krasner Foundation (2001 & 2008), New York Foundation for the Arts (2007). In 2018 South was elected to the National Academy of Design. She is currently Chair of Fine Arts at Pratt Institute, New York.

Jackie Tileston’s paintings are heterotypic spaces in which recombinant strategies and nomadic thinking create complex images that investigate the contemporary sublime and states of being. Tileston spent her childhood as an itinerant “Third Culture Kid”, living in the Philippines, India, England, and France, before moving to the US. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions in Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, and Dallas. Tileston is the recipient of the Core Fellowship Residency, the Pew Fellowship in the Arts, the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Residency, the Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award. Tileston lives and works in Philadelphia, where she is an Associate Professor in Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania.

Françoise Sémiramoth, a Guadeloupean visual artist, lives and works in Marseille. In 2006, her encounters with Maryse Condé, Françoise Donadieu and Gérard Fromanger allowed her to forge friendships but also creative links in the field of visual arts and writing. Various exhibitions on the national and international level punctuate her career at the Foundation Luma Arles, La Friche Belle de Mai / Marseille, Laptop / Paris, Centre Nosig Lgbtqi+ of Nantes, Belgium, Dubai, Wales, Portugal, Guadeloupe … Françoise Sémiramoth is part of the collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Martinique, the Frac Paca, the City of Grasse and private collections.

Mequitta Ahuja makes large, figurative paintings and works on paper. Her work has been exhibited widely. In 2010, she was featured in ArtNews as “An Artist to Watch.” In 2018 she was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

Judith Simonian exhibits her work widely in museums and galleries that include the MoMA PS1, the New Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Art, Kai Hilgerman Gallery in Berlin, Emmanuel Heller in Tel Aviv, and at the Seibu Museum in Japan.