Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant was a central figure in the circle of artist and writers known as Bloomsbury, which included Grant’s cousin Lytton Strachey, Maynard Keynes, Roger Fry, Virginia and Leonard Woolf, Virginia’s sister the painter Vanessa Bell and Vanessa’s husband the critic Clive Bell.

Peter Hujar

Peter Hujar (born 1934) died of AIDS in 1987, leaving behind a complex and profound body of photographs. Hujar was a leading figure in the group of artists, musicians, writers, and performers at the forefront of the cultural scene in downtown New York in the 1970s and early 80s, and he was enormously admired for his completely uncompromising attitude towards work and life.

Leigh Ledare

Leigh Ledare is an artist working with photography, archives, video and text.

Melanie Manchot

Melanie Manchot lives and works in London and Berlin. She studied at New York University and at City University, London, before attending the Royal College of Art, London, where she completed her MA in Fine Arts in 1992.

Christoher Makos, Altered Image 6/35

Christopher Makos

Christopher Makos was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, grew up in California, and moved to New York after high school. He studied architecture in Paris and briefly worked as an apprentice to Man Ray.

Forest McMullin

Forest McMullin is a freelance photographer and photographic educator based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Mira Schor

Mira Schor is a New York-based artist and writer noted for her advocacy of painting in a post-medium visual culture and for her contributions to feminist art history.

Andres Serrano, Heaven and Hell

Andres Serrano

Andres Serrano (born August 15, 1950 in New York City) is an American photographer and artist who has become most notorious through his photos of corpses.

Clarissa Sligh

Sligh’s early work, in the 1980s, gained her recognition as an artist who unflinchingly explored ideas that often challenged traditional values.