• Valerio Boncompagni
    Natural light unyielding, bodies pressed, twisted, striving, looking to rectify, seeming to seek, skin against air, skin against skin, pushing—there’s this sense of search in Valerio Boncompagni’s work, a sense of struggle against the self, against one’s environs, a sort of existential exertion, but also notes of resolution, of victory, of peace paid for all that effort.

  • reduviid
    Darkling, resolving like a new Rorschach test developed by a supremely complex mind, death and power, sharp passion and nullifying inevitability…darker than shadow, with mind-easing symmetry, reduviid’s work warps the eye with the strength of its content, stark images and hyper-limited, saturated colors rocketing the viewer to a loud and fun and scary and cool event horizon of metal-edged, truth-torsioning souls.

  • Amy Sol
    Glowing halo-bright, rippling rich with blushing tones, as fine-featured as Guinevere looking down from atop Joyous Gard, and just as regally fey, Amy Sol’s work feels like the coalescing of many mythic souls and even more secret wishes into solid carapaces of ethereal charm.

  • Christopher Butler
    Chill, and more than content—happy, fun, silly, relaxed—there’s a spirit of comfortableness, of familiarity, of trust, of ease in Christopher Butler’s work, from the smooth chicness of the outfits, to the quick-capture sense of spontaneity, to the light source choices…it all comes together to generate an attitude, a sensibility that’s magnetic as welcoming laughter.

  • Brandon Liao
    Escape. Leave the mundane for crystalline vistas spun from the elements of dreams. With mythic light, pin-up poster dynamism, and double handfuls of imaginative cool, Brandon Liao delivers diverse worlds, playgrounds for imagination.

  • Ishibashi Yui
    Long, stretched, elongated, rubberized, lithe eyes, lashes barring bright eyes seeming to spill with divine knowledge; eldritch creatures, looking a stutter step away from human, but absolutely one with nature—with subdued tones served up fresco fresh and porcelain smooth, Ishibashi Yui gives us wonderfully eerie visions of an upheld compact between man and nature, or perhaps even a view of the agreement gone the other way, flora triumphant.

  • Ellen June
    The elder days, solidified, arcing, aching with the majesty of legend, symbols of a more harmonious, more utopian world—Ellen June’s sculptures, subtle musculatures, iridescent scales, elegant fur, flora and fauna and light and wind and water all amalgamated, feel monuments to the noble spirituality of the natural.

  • Tatsuro Kiuchi
    Softly sketched, edges gentle, colors cheery, framing nostalgic—Tatsuro Kiuchi’s works look like the way we view the past; infused with style and glamour, each image is bold, full of narrative, and leaves one feeling deeply: wistful, joyful, thoughtful.

  • Luciana Fauci
    Like portraits of neon graces embodying our postmodern age, Luciana Fauci’s photos cross culture, mixing high and low, a recherché and natty representation of today’s paradigms grace and charm, femininity and creativity, passion and beauty.

  • 稗田やゑ
    Palette refreshing and cleansing and invigorating as a mint-wasabi ice, pieces imbued with a grinning sense of attitude, streaked with notes of longing and a surreal hope for more, 稗田やゑ’s works are open-faced, honest projections of feeling.