The Cardboard Gallery is a temporary, non-profit alternative art space constructed from cardboard and other reclaimed materials that operates on a system of barter. Conceived by Vesna Krstich and Nikolas Drosos (Gemini Corporation) and designed by architect, Marta Gazicka, the project explores how c
Grady Gerbracht is an artist whose work focuses on the ordering systems of everyday life. Inspired by personal observations and life experiences; Gerbracht's projects employ art, architecture, sound and social dynamics to render these systems temporarily visible. He is Assistant Professor of Art at S
Kramer received his MFA in Sculpture, from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY in 1987 and BA Fine Arts, from The George Washington University Washington, DC in 1985.
Kramer is represented by Aeroplastics, Brussels, Belgium
Solo exhibitions in 2009 include, Laurent Godin Gallery, Paris, France;
Lothar Baumgarten is a German conceptual artist, sculptor and installation artist, based in New York and Dusseldorf.
He attended the Staatliche Akademie für bildende Künste, Karlsruhe (1968) and the Staatlichen Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (1969–71), where he studied for a year under Joseph Beuys.