• Sandra Eula Lee in Conversation with Heather Moqtaderi and Kristen Neville Taylor

    Read the interview here!

    Artists Sandra Eula Lee and Kristen Neville Taylor, along with curator Heather Moqtaderi, met to discuss Lee’s exhibition The Walking Mountain at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University in Philadelphia. The conversation was recorded, transcribed and edited for clarity. The exhibition is on view through May 25, 2024. This interview was conducted in partnership with Past Present, a bi-annual journal of artistic practices, and will appear in Issue 5 in August 2024.

  • Solo exhibition: Philadelphia, Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University (April 2-May 25, 2024)

    Solo exhibition: Philadelphia, Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University (April 2-May 25, 2024)

    The Walking Mountain, curated by Mark Stockton and Heather Moqtaderi

    The Walking Mountain continues-- the drawings and ten other works are traveling to Philly for a new installation. It's a beautiful industrial space just minutes from the ICA and train station. Opening reception is Thurs April 11, 5-7:30pm. Presented as part of the Philadelphia re(FOCUS) Festival, recognizing women artists.

    ...A Korean-American artist and daughter of immigrants, Lee’s exhibition centers on Portable Pond, a large installation referencing East Asian gardens, which traditionally provide a central reflective space to mirror back the view. Other works complement the “pond” in mixed media materials drawn from the confluence of the constructed and natural environments. In Seeds in a Wild Garden for example, Lee reflects on living and working in Seoul and Beijing, where she observed mountains of building materials accumulated as buildings were demolished. Yet occupying spaces in between were impromptu gardens created by neighborhood residents, signaling care and resilience...

  • Solo exhibition, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey | Opening Sept 29, 2023

    Solo exhibition, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey  | Opening Sept 29, 2023

    The Walking Mountain, curated by Kristen Evangelista

    ...This exhibition showcases selections from The Walking Mountain series, which primarily consists of over 80 drawings created since 2014...Lee’s varied compositions feature meticulous mounds of rocks, outlines of rock formations, and geometric shapes with radiating lines. Lee was inspired to create these drawings after encountering piles of stones in the mountains of South Korea, while she was living in Seoul. She explains, “I [saw] this form repeated in daily life–piles of rubble from demolished buildings, piles of brick and concrete waiting to be used for construction, simultaneous states of orientation, deterioration and becoming...

    Opening Reception: Friday September 29 alongside concurrent solo exhibitions by Elana Herzog and Samanta Batra

  • Visiting Artist + Visiting Critic + CAA Panelist (Spring 2023)

    Had a fantastic time as Visiting Artist, Critic and Panelist:

    Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY: Visiting Artist in Andrea Bell's course 'Ecology, Activism, and the Image of Nature'

    Parsons, The New School, NYC: Visiting Critic in Selena Kimball's course 'Advanced Projects in 2D'

    College Art Association, NYC: Panel on Cultivating Reflective Space with Digital Tools, chaired by Chung-Fan Chang

  • 2023 Flatfile Artist, Peepspace, NY

    2023 Flatfile Artist, Peepspace, NY

    Three works available at Peepspace, a fantastic artist-run space. They include relief print on paper, and stitching on Korean fabric. All works in the flatfile are $500 each.

    The source of these drawings was a pile of stones I encountered in the mountains of South Korea, a familiar sight in the rural landscape. I see this form repeated in daily life--piles of rubble from demolished buildings, piles of brick and concrete waiting to be used for construction, simultaneous states of orientation, deterioration and becoming. The group includes over 80 drawings to date, which I've exhibited at The Phillips Museum of Art, the Martin Art Gallery, the Allen Memorial Art Museum, and Inside-Out Museum in Beijing. The title is inspired by Dogen’s Mountain and Waters sutra.

  • Feature in Sculpture Magazine (Jul/Aug 2022)

    Feature in Sculpture Magazine (Jul/Aug 2022)

    Open the web version here
    Issue on change + transformation: Featuring Abraham Cruzvillegas, Julia Crabtree & William Evans, Niamh O'Malley, Liz Larner, Marianne Berenhaut
    Edited by Twylene Moyer

  • Archive of Korean Artists in America

    Archive of Korean Artists in America

    I've been added to the Archive, a project of the AHL Foundation, NYC
    See my page here and the archive here

  • Group Exhibition at Chashama, 67th and 2nd Ave, NYC

    Group Exhibition at Chashama, 67th and 2nd Ave, NYC

    Group Exhibition curated by Lu Solano, featuring my work alongside artists in residence from Brazil, Poland, France, Belgium, and Switzerland
    May 25-June 15, 2022

    See the video trailer here
    Pictured Above: Day in/out, stack of work shirt sleeves made with hand and machine stitching. I created each sleeve from a single sheet of office paper, folded and stitched, featuring hand-drawn patterns, and buttons; cast concrete

  • Earth Day Virtual Roundtable

    Earth Day Virtual Roundtable

    Feminism and the work of women artists for generations have presented distinct perspectives regarding the environment, inviting a more respectful coexistence with our natural surroundings and the resources and wisdom they offer. These concerns are ever more relevant today in the context of the crisis of climate change and the urgent need for alternatives to economic and political models based on the exploitation of both natural and human resources.

    In this roundtable, three artists participating in “Off the Cloth”-- Eva Petrič, Isolde Kille, and Sandra Eula Lee--will address the ways in which their work takes up concerns with nature and the environment, and the ways in which this focus is tied to issues of gender and transdisciplinarity. The panel will be moderated by Karen Cordero Reiman, co-curator of “Off the Cloth”, and a scholar of feminist art and theory. The event will also feature Eva Petrič's video-performance "On the Day of my Birth" created for World Water Day 2022 in Dubai.

  • Group Exhibition at Whitebox, NYC

    Group Exhibition at Whitebox, NYC

    Exodus VIII: Off the Cloth
    March 25 – May 4, 2022

    The Road Less Traveled was reviewed in WhiteHot Magazine by Anthony Haden-Guest, see here

    The show will present an intergenerational dialogue between thirteen women artists whose work refers to their transcultural heritage through the use of or reference to textiles as material and metaphor. The goal of the exhibit is to establish a sense of communion between the artists’ practice and the audience’s sense of identity, as a consequence of shared cultural, gender-bound or social experiences. Off the Cloth will also include panel discussions with the artists, performances and other activities that will contribute to an active interchange with the community.

    These artists use aesthetics as the ultimate weapon of political resistance in the face of a fragile and tumultuous world, stitching together our differences. In their work, textiles, combined with other disciplines and media, become a vehicle or reference point for exuberant narratives. The selection highlights the diversity of the participants’ cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and engages in and broadens the timeless dialogue between craft and art. Women’s artistic deployment of skills such as sewing, knitting, and weaving, that are traditionally relegated to the status of domestic craft and separated from “high art”, are celebrated and embraced here without condition.

  • Solo Exhibition, The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

    Solo Exhibition, The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

    Slow Burn
    February 1-April 28, 2022

    Featured in ArtDaily, see here

    Catalog with essays by Karen Patterson, Curator at the Fabric Museum and Workshop in Philadelphia, and Christopher Bennett, Associate Professor of Art History at UL Lafayette

  • Solo exhibition at Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College

    Solo exhibition at Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College

    A Map is Not the Territory
    Sept 9-Oct 30, 2021

    Catalog with essays by Paul Nicholson, Martin Art Gallery Director and Kristen Hileman, Former Head of Contemporary at the Baltimore Museum of Art and inaugural Curator-in-Residence at the Delaware Contemporary

  • Voices and Visionaries at Cherry Street Pier, Philadelphia; Mobilizing the Landscape at Keene State College

    Voices and Visionaries, Cherry Street Pier, Philadelphia
    Oct 29-Jan 17
    Curated by Philadelphia Sculptors
    Syd Carpenter, Eiko Fan, Lucia Garzon, Mei Ling Hom, Sandra Eula Lee, Taji Ra'oof Nahl, Jermaine Ollivierre, Henryk Tomassini, Clifford Ward

    Mobilizing the Landscape, Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, New Hampshire
    Sept 9-Dec 17, 2021
    Curated by Emily Noelle Lambert
    Barry Hazard, Claudia Peña Salinas, Eric Aho, Erika Ranee, Fei Li, Ilse Sørensen Murdock, James Kao, Kristen Schiele, Letha Wilson, Maureen Cavanaugh, Paula Wilson, Sandra Eula Lee, Virginia Inés Vergara, Zachary Fabri

  • Andrew Mellon Foundation Fellow 2019-20

  • 2021 College Art Association Conference + FATE Conference: INFRASTRUCTURE

    2021 College Art Association Conference + FATE Conference: INFRASTRUCTURE
  • **Vox Populi, Publication curated by James Claiborne and Brittany Webb


    Brittany Webb is the Evelyn and Will Kaplan Curator of Twentieth Century Art and the John Rhoden Collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

    James Claiborne is the Public Programming Manager for the African American Museum in Philadelphia.

  • **Ox-Bow, Conversations in Practice with Karen Patterson, The Fabric Workshop and Museum (Dec 2021)

    Carolina Kitagawa
    Sandra Eula Lee
    Monika Plioplyte
    Nirmal Raja
    Kathryn Shriver
    Anders Zanichkowsky

  • **Darkest Before Dawn: Art in a Time of Uncertainty, Ethan Cohen KuBe, Beacon, NY (Nov 1-Feb 27, 2021)

    **Darkest Before Dawn: Art in a Time of Uncertainty, Ethan Cohen KuBe, Beacon, NY (Nov 1-Feb 27, 2021)
  • **Riverfront 20/20, Delaware Contemporary (Sept 11-Jan 8, 2021), Curators Award

    **Riverfront 20/20, Delaware Contemporary (Sept 11-Jan 8, 2021), Curators Award

    Selected for the Curator's Award by Kristen Hileman and Leslie Shaffer

    Ken Biedler, Ava Blitz, Agathe Bouton, Caroline Brown, Susan Casey, Andrew Chalfen, Delna Dastur, Phoebe Grace, Cat Gunn, Nanci Hersh, Sarah Hunter, Sandra Lee, George Lorio, Maeve McCool, Kathran Siegel, and Renqian Yang.

  • **PLACID, Border Project Space, Brooklyn (Sept 25-Oct 17, 2020)

    **PLACID, Border Project Space, Brooklyn (Sept 25-Oct 17, 2020)

    Curated by Jamie Martinez
    with Cecile Chong and Snow Yunxue Fu

  • **Summer Invitational II, White Rock Center for Sculptural Arts, Holmes, NY (Aug 2020)

    **Summer Invitational II, White Rock Center for Sculptural Arts, Holmes, NY (Aug 2020)

    Above: Gypsum, bismuth, and sulphur, welded base, chicken wire

    Curated by Courtney Puckett and Colin O'Con

    Nicole Antebi, Sandra Eula Lee, Matt Frieburghaus, Laura Kaufman, Ashley Lyon, Ian McMahon, Jason Mitcham, Patrick Paine, Lisa Schilling, Katie Shulman, Elisa Soliven, Christina Tenaglia, Gabriela Vainsencher, Patrice Renee Washington

  • **Incidental Monuments, Silber Art Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore (Feb-March 2020)

    **Incidental Monuments, Silber Art Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore (Feb-March 2020)

    Amy Brener, Rachel Klinghoffer, Sandra Eula Lee, Chris Mahonski, Aurora Robson, Paul Simmons, Jessie Unterhalter & Katey Truhn, Agustina Woodgate, Dustin Yellin

    Exhibition Link

  • **Feature article on receiving the 2020 Individual Arts Fellowship from the NJSCA/Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation

    **Feature article on receiving the 2020 Individual Arts Fellowship from the NJSCA/Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation
  • **May You Live in Interesting Times, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ (Feb-April, 2020)

    **May You Live in Interesting Times, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ (Feb-April, 2020)

    Above: The Walking Mountain, 7x7", 53 pages, Edition of 3

    Exhibition Link

  • **Worlds Apart, 3-person exhibition, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College

  • **Artist Talk, Department of Art, Pace University, NYC (March 2020)

  • **CICA Museum, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea (May 2020)

    Group exhibition and museum publication
    More Info

  • **Mellon Foundation HIES Fellow (2019-21)

  • **Reused & Recycled, group exhibition, SITE: Brooklyn, curated by Jean Shin (Nov 1-30, 2019)

  • **UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, Merit Scholarship January 2020

  • **AHL Foundation Presentation at SFA Projects, 131 Christie Street

  • **Fresh!, Phillips Museum of Art, PA (Aug 27-Dec 6)

  • **Kenyon Review, May/June Issue on Ecology (feature)

  • **THE BEND, Solo Exhibition, Gund Gallery (April 23-May 27, 2018)

  • **Finalist, 2018 Howard Foundation Fellowship

  • **Recipient of Kenyon College Faculty Research Grant

  • **Reverse the Perspective, XiangSi Art Museum in Tianjin, China

    September 13-November 15, 2015
    Curated by Tang Zehui
    Exhibition Link

  • **Drawing: Mapping Madness, Inside-Out Museum, Beijing

    December 13-March 1, 2014
    Curated by Tomas Vu and Yuan Zuo
    Exhibition Link

    Albert Weaver, Buckminster Fuller, Tuguldur, Yondonjamts, Tomas Vu, Beka Goedde, Hanneline Rogeberg, Valerie Hammond, Feng Lianghong, Gregory Amenoff, Mark Dion, Eric Ramos Guerrero, Yun-fei Ji, William Kentridge, Emily Henretta, Ghada Amer, Gandalf Gavan & Jack Warren, Sandra Eula Lee, Alyssa Piro, David Altmejd, Mark Perlman, Fred Liang, Yuan Shun, Yuan Yunfu, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Daniel Touff, Megan Foster, Luis Silva, Lisa Sigal, Corey Riddell, Richard Ryan, Benjamin Zawalich, Brian Novatny, Predrag Dimitrijevic, Aurelien Couput, Tammy Nguyen, Bruno Pogacnik, Jennifer Nuss, Kurt Kemp, Riaki Enyama, Jesse Weisse, Peter Wayne Lewis, Shahar Yahalom, Sarah Sze, Yuan Zuo,Nicola Lopez, Paula Wilson, Chris Jehly, Kayla Mohammadi, Hedya Klein, Jessica Segall, Sam Messer, Jen Sturgill, Miguel Cardenas, LeRoy Neiman, Kambui Olujimi, Cecily Brown, Nathan Catlin, Kiki Smith, Sanford Biggers

  • **Group Exhibition at Dada Post, Berlin

    Dien Aye, Karin Häll, Petra Koch, Sandra Eula Lee, Paula Ross, Bignia Wehrli
    October 20-November 11
    Nordbahnstrasse 10, 13409 Berlin
    Exhibition Link

  • **Korean article on "Two waters"

    An article on my project at Pool: magazyn

  • **Volta Art Fair

    HomeBase Project Exhibits at VOLTA New York Booth #P-02
    March 8 - 11, 2012
    Adrian Brun (Argentina/Netherlands/ HB co-curator), Peter Dudek (Poland / HB I), Bas Kools (Netherlands / HB Team), Sandra Eula Lee (USA/China / HB VI), Anat Litwin (Israel/USA / HB founder), Antonia Low ( Germany / HB V), Loudwing van Ludens (Luxemburg / HB BUILD II), Matthias Neumann (Germany / HB II), Shony Rivnay ( Israel / HB BUILD II), Abby Robinson (USA / HB VI), Adi Shnidermann (Israel / HB I), Merav Ezer Shniderman (Israel / HB I), Edouard Steinhauer (Haiti / USA / HB V), Jennifer Moronr (USA / HB V)

  • **Casting Memories, Art Gate Gallery, New York (December)

    Curated by Jin Hwang and Hyewon Yi with catalogue essay by Linda Norden (See PRESS link)
    Art Gate Gallery

  • **Nominated for Smithsonian Institution Artist Research Fellowship

  • **Nominated for Sindoh Artist Award

    Panelists: Hans Ulrich Obrist and Dongyeon Koh

  • **196 Guernsey, group exhibition

    August 5 - September 18, 2011
    Curated by Ginger Cofield, Lauren Haynes, and Sarah Thompson
    With Sami Ben Larbi, Robin Cameron, Sophie Beatrice Grant, Langdon Graves, Charles Koegel, Sandra Eula Lee, Theresa Marchetta, Alisa Ochoa, Julie Quon, MiYoung Sohn, and Adam Taye

    The house at 196 Guernsey Street was constructed as a multi-family home for the workers of the USS Monitor, the first ironclad warship that was used in the Civil War, built on the East River in Greenpoint in the early 1860s. The most recorded event in the history of the home was the 1904 fire on the East River on the passenger ship General Slocum, which killed over 1200 people. One of the few hundred survivors was a resident at 196 Guernsey who lost nine family members in the disaster. The house has been a residence for both multi-families and single families over the past century and a half and has undergone - and continues to undergo - considerable renovations. Traces of the original interior architecture are evident in some areas, such as the entry-level closet space where Sami Ben Larbi’s work is installed.

    196 GUERNSEY is curated by Ginger Cofield, Lauren Haynes and Sarah Thompson.

  • **Article in Wolgun Misul, Seoul

  • **Two-page article in Harper's BAZAAR, Seoul Edition

  • **Article in Artwide Magazine, Seoul

  • **Article in Chosun Ilbo (Korean newspaper)

  • **Site-Specifics '11, Carriage House, Islip Art Museum, NY

    June 4-July 24, 2011
    Curated by Karen Shaw with Rob Carter, Emily Feinstein, Chuyen Huynh, Olivia Kaufman, Jongil Ma, and Junko Sugimoto
    Islip Art Museum

  • **Two waters (Seeds in a wild garden) at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

  • **Real Community Engagement, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ

    I was selected to participate in this workshop with Creative Capital

  • **Rolling Snowball/1, CEAC, Xiamen, China

    February 19-March 19
    Feature on trendbeheer.com
    Celebrating the opening of
    CEAC's new space!
    Group exhibition with works by Klitsa Antoniou, Kristjan Gudmundsson, Li Yang, Marlene Dumas, Huang Xiaoqin, Ronny Delrue, G.J. de Rook, Cecile van der Heiden, Yun-fei Ji, Kan Xuan, Pieter Holstein, Mira Sanders, Jia Zhixing, Zeng Huanguang, Collette Hosmer, Chloe Morrison, Qin Jian, Jonas Ohlsson & Jennifer Tee

  • **Back in NY as Artist-in-Residence at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY

    Exhibition slated for March 2011

  • **Headed to Beijing from January 5-beginning of February

  • **PRESS for ScopeMIAMI with DadaPost (Berlin)

    Featured artist in the ScopeMIAMI catalogue

  • **PRESS for "Two waters", CEAC, Xiamen, China

  • **PRESS for "All Insignificant Things Must Disappear", Trinity Museum

  • **Two waters, solo exhibition, Chinese-European Art Center (CEAC), Xiamen, China

    10 December-25 December 2010
    CEAC press release and images

  • **SCOPE International Art Fair with DadaPost (Berlin), Miami, FL

    November 30-December 5, 2010

    Booth A10
    Nordbahnstrasse 10
    13409 Berlin

    Exhibiting Artists:
    Anders Hellsten Nissen
    Sandra Eula Lee
    Sebastian Mejia
    Youn Hee Yang
    Howard McCalebb
    Sadie Weis

    The SCOPE Miami Pavilion
    The Miami Midtown Arts District
    Midtown Boulevard (NE 1st Avenue)
    between NE 30th & 31st St

  • **All Insignificant Things Must Disappear, Trinity Museum, New York, NY

    The Social Sphere and the Post-Economic Landscape
    November 13-December 31st, 2010
    Opening: Friday, November 12, 6-8pm
    Curated by Darren Jones / The Phenomena Project

  • **Artist-in-Residence, Chinese-European Art Center Residency, Xiamen, China

    I'm now at CEAC for a 3-month residency in Xiamen, China with a solo exhibition scheduled for December 2010.
    See "Portfolio", "2010" for more info and a couple pics--
    October-December, 2010

  • **Panel Discussion, Art Space Pool, Seoul, Korea

    October 3, 2010

  • **Solo exhibition, Nanji Gallery, Seoul, Korea

    Concrete garden
    September 1-12, 2010
    Opening September 2, 6pm

  • **Group show, Incheon Art Platform, Korea

    Residence Parade
    September 3-26, 2010

  • **Lecturer, Ewha University, Dept. of Art, Seoul, Korea

    September 2010
    Ewha University

  • **Extreme Private Practice, artspace ALEPHART, Mokpo, South Korea

  • **Recipient of Nanji Studio Program, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea

  • **Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Artist-in-Residence, 2011 (upcoming)

    January-March, 2011

  • **Exhibition and Workshop, Mumbai, India

  • **Press for "Home" at Mikhail Zakin Gallery, NJ

    "Artists express their visions of home" by John Zeaman, December 27, 2009 (image)
    North Jersey Arts
    New York Times

  • **Guest Lecturer, Korea Nazarene University

    Department of Design, Cheonan, Korea
    December 2009

  • **Collage:Collage, NurtureArt, Brooklyn, NY

    October 30-December 14
    Curated by Jackie Klempay
    Opening: Friday, October 30, 7-9pm
    Nurture Art

  • **Open Studios, The National Art Studio GOYANG, Korea

    October 23-25, 2009
    Artist Talk, Saturday, October 24, 2pm

  • **InfluxUS INfluxus, Dada Post, Berlin, Germany

    September 5 - October 10
    Curated by Howard McCalebb
    Opens September 5, 2009
    Dada Post

  • **Press for "Project Standing by 000" at Dukwon Gallery

    Wolgan Misul, September issue (image)

  • **Emerge 10, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ

    July 25-September 26, 2009
    Curated by Sara Reisman
    Opening Reception: Saturday, July 25, 2-5pm

  • **Project Standing by, Dukwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

    Organized by Alternative Space Loop
    Opening: August 18, 2009
    Gallery Loop
    Dukwon Gallery

  • **Fresh Asphalt, Gallery Satori, LES, NY

    July 8-August 16, 2009
    Curated by Eun-Young Choi
    Opening Reception: July 10, 7-9pm
    Gallery Satori

  • **NEW YORK TIMES review of Homebase IV

  • **2009 Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council

    American Artists and Museum Professionals in Asia Fellowship Program
    Support for travel and research in North and South Korea

  • **Recipient of Goyang Art Residency through the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea

    The National Art Studio Goyang
    May-November 2009

  • **Office Space

    Curated by Elizabeth Duffy & Brian Miller
    March 8-April 30, 2009

  • **A lot of possibilities

    Winter Space, NY
    Curated by Anna Lise Jensen

    The first show at Winter Space, A Lot of Possibilities, is curated by Host and
    mirrors one room’s view of a communal garden. This formerly abandoned private lot was taken over by the City and neglected until locals decided to organize and turn it into a garden. The work of the participating artists represent various aspects of the garden's and are presented in the exhibition's interior “lots."

  • **Abstractions and Contractions

    Curated by Eun Young Choi
    March 7-March 29, 2009
    Lumenhouse, Brooklyn


    The Greenwall Foundation helped fund The Book of Stamps. Here they have a great excerpt of the text by George Pendle and a few large file images of the stamp designs, including the one I contributed

  • **THE BOOK OF STAMPS, Cabinet Magazine publication

    From the stamp experiments of Fluxus mail artists like Robert Watts to fantasy stamps issued by fictional countries, this humble canvas has been home to all manner of free expression. The Book of Stamps is at once an homage to and continuation of this tradition.

    BOOK LAUNCH PARTY: Postmasters Gallery, Sat Sept. 13th, 6:30-8:30pm
    Available through D.A.P. and through Cabinet Magazine

    Walead Beshty, Melissa Brown, Dubbin & Davidson, Spencer Finch, Car Michael von Hausswolff & Leif Elggren, Jonathan Herder, Mikhail Iliatov, Emily Jacir, Julia Jacquette, Vandana Jain, Sandra Eula Lee, Line Up, Frank Magnotta, Michael Oatman, David Shrigley