Beth Collar, Marina Faust, Sebastian Jefford, Kira Freije, Matthieu Haberard, Barbara Kapusta, Zsófia Keresztes, Mire Lee, Jenine Marsh, Simon Mathers, Anu Põder, Jamie Sneider, Laurence Sturla
Beth Collar, born 1984 in Cambridge; lives and works in Berlin. Recent exhibitions include Doppel. Beth Collar, Jesse Darling, A plus A gallery, Venice; Basher Dowsing, Von Ammon, Los Angeles (2021); End Quote, Stadium, Berlin; Intermission: White Noise Ballroom, Camden Arts Center (2020); Daddy Issues, Dilston Grove, London; Worlding It Otherwise Or Else, Bärenzwinger, Berlin (2019); Thinking Here of How the Words Formulate Inside My Head As I Am Just Thinking, Matt’s Gallery, London; No No No No, Cell Project Space, London (2018); A Rock That Keeps Triggering Away, Kunstverein München, Munich (2017).

Marina Faust, born 1950 in Vienna; lives and works in Vienna and Paris. Selected recent exhibitions include: Severance, GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna (2021); Dust: The plates of the present, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Marina Faust, Museum der Moderne, Salzburg; A table for 50, galerie pcp, Paris (2020); Fashion Moments. Women Photographers in Focus, Landesgalerie Linz, Linz (2019); Klassentreffen, Werke aus der Sammlung Gaby und Wilhelm Schürmann, MUMOK, Vienna; Margiela, les années Hermès, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (2018); It’s Only You, Le Consortium, Dijon, France; The Archive Box, Corso Como, Milan / Laila, Tokyo / Artcurial, Vienna (2017); Franz West ARTISTCLUB, 21er Haus, Vienna; Le Mérite 2014-2016, Treize, Paris; The People’s Cinema, Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria (2016); New Ways of Doing Nothing, Kunsthalle Wien (2014); Reflecting Fashion, MUMOK, Vienna; Talk without Words (Christopher Wool), Marina Faust - Franz West, Franz West, Man with a Ball, Gagosian Gallery London (2012).

Sebastian Jefford, born 1991 in Swansea, Wales; lives and works in London. Selected recent and upcoming exhibitions include Natural Gas, Liebaert Project, Kortrijk; Severance, GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna (2021); Invitation to Love, Kunstverein Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven; This Margin Will Be Your Vantage Point, In Situ Fabienne Leclerc, Paris; This Tragedy, Fonda, Leipzig (2020); Lyon Biennale, Lyon (2019); V22 Young London, V22 Foundation, London; Doors of Paradise, Union Pacific, London; Procrustean Flatulence, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna (2018); The Sleeping Procession, CASS Sculpture Foundation; RA Schools Degree Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Romancing the biscuit, Lockup International, Londom (2017); A Rose Is Without a ‘Why’. It Blooms Because It Blooms, curated by Sean Steadman, Carl Freedman, London; Modest Villa Immense Versailles, co-curated with Rebecca Ackroyd, Kinman, London; Bloomberg New Contemporaries, The Bluecoat, Liverpool + ICA (2016), London; Qwaypurlake, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Bruton (2015).
Kira Freije, born 1985; lives and works in London.
Upcoming and recent exhibitions include: Solo Show, E-WERK Luckenwalde, Luckenwalde GER (2022); To the River, GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna (2020); Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall, UK; Via dell’Inferno, Herald St at Galleria Spazia, Bologna, IT (2020); Far Back Must Go Who Wants To Do A Big Jump, ChertLüdde, Berlin, GER; Mouthing the living, undetected, on breeze or breath, Soft Opening Herald Street, London, UK; The Garden, Royal Academy, London, UK (2019); Companion to a Fall, Turf Projects, Croydon, UK; The Violence of an Imagined Dusk, 12 Mackintosh Lane, London, UK (2018); Dead Heat, Kunstraum Ortloff, Leipzig, GER; The Sleeping Procession, Cass Sculpture Foundation, Chichester, UK (2017).

Matthieu Haberard, born 1991 in Toulouse; lives and works in Paris. Recent exhibitions include Look Mom I am a Wolf, L’assaut de la menuiserie, Saint-Étienne (2021); À la recherche de toujours, Palais des Beaux Arts, Paris; Piégé.e.s inextricablement dans la formulation d’une émotion, Galerie Hussenot, Paris(FR); WE CAN WORK IT OUT, Renata Fabbri, Milan (2020); 100%, Halle de la Villette, Paris (2019); Outside Our, Fondation Emerige, Paris; The Dance of Atoms, curated by Daiga Grantina, DOC, Paris; Beaux Amis, Wendy Gallery, Paris (2018); Sur La Route Après l’Insomnie, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna; Nos Ombres Devant Nous, Fondation Ricard, Paris (2017).

Barbara Kapusta, born in 1983, lives and works in Vienna. Selected recent and upcoming exhibitions include: Getting wet, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; Enjoy, museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien, Vienna; Europa. Antike Zukunft, Halle für Kunst Steiermark, Graz; She makes her body glitch, IST Campus Vienna; Konkrete Poesie, Kunsthaus Muerz Union, JesuitenFoyer (2021); Hypersurface, ACF London; FIRST PERSON PLURAL, Kunsthalle Osnabrueck (2020); Dangerous Bodies, Kunstraum London; Prologue I : Tongue On Tongue, Nos Salives Dans Ton Oreille, Paris; Hysterical Mining, Kunsthalle Wien; Über das Neue, Belvedere 21, Vienna (2019); Blazing World, MUMOK cinema, Vienna; We Make the Place by Playing, VIS, Hamburg; Vice Versa: Our Earth is Their Moon, Our Moon is their Earth, festival of art in public space, Prague, curated by Significant Other; Empathic Creatures, Ashley, Berlin (2018); Instructions for Happiness, 21er Haus, Vienna; The 8 and the Fist, KW Berlin; In Middens, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna (2017), The Promise of Total Automation, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2016).

Zsófia Keresztes, born 1985 in Budapest; lives and works in Budapest. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include 59th Venice Viennale, Venice (2022); 14th Baltic Triennale (2021); Keeping The Balance, Works from The Telekom Collection, Ludwig Muzeum, Budapest; Platform, David Zwirner online show room; Glossy Inviolability (solo), Elijah Wheat, New York (2020); Là où les eaux se mêlent, 15th Lyon Biennale; 100 artists in the city, MOCO – Montpellier Contemporain, Montpellier; Liquid Bodies, Philara Collection, Düsseldorf (2019); Éntomos: Hulacová – Keresztes – Janouek, ghmp, Prague; Orient, Riga, Brussels, Krakow; L’Esprit Souterrain, Domaine Pommery, Reims; Facing Enemies, Melting Opposites, Karlin Studios, Prague; (2018) Occupations of Uninhabited Space, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna; Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus - Halle für Kunst und Medien, Graz (2017).

Mire Lee, born 1988, lives and works in Amsterdam. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include: Kunsthal Light Program, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam;  Group presentation, Kunstverein Freiburg, Freiburg (solo) (2021); Carriers, Art Sonje Center, Seoul (solo); More, More, More, TANK Shanghai, Shanghai (2020); Where Water Comes Together With Other Water, 15th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon; Rijksakademie Open Studios 2019, Rijksakademie, Amsterdam; Het is of de stenen spreken (silence is a commons), Casco Art Institute, Utrecht (solo) (2019).

Jenine Marsh, born 1984 in Toronto; lives and works in Toronto. Recent exhibitions include The Struggle for Change, exhibition and fundraiser, Murmurs, Los Angeles; Earth Body, curated by Karen Azoulay, Essex Flowers, New York; Dig Your Own Hole, Franz Kaka, New York (2020; The dirt under my nails, The Centre d’art et de diffusion CLARK, Montreal; As Above, So Below, Murmurs, Los Angeles; Prince.sse.s des villes, curated by Hugo Vitrani and Chris Sharp for Lulu, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2019); How deep is your love?, COOPER COLE, Toronto; feminine marvellous and tough, Lulu, Mexico City; GUTTERSNIPES, Vie d’ange, Montreal; Dear Stranger, Entrée, Bergen; TRUE LIES, Night Gallery, Los Angeles; ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles; Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles.

Simon Mathers, born 1984 in London, lives and works in London, UK. He received his MA in Fine Arts from the Royal College of Art, London. Recent exhibitions includeThe Frenzy, Castor Gallery, London (2020); Bad Butter, Lyles and King, New York; Höhenrausch, Collectors Circle, Hamburg; You are undergound, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna (2018) Beyond The Trees at Canopy, Brussels;  Human Condition at The former Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center, Los Angeles; Silleteros at Kinman Gallery, London; FOLLY at the Dunmore Pineapple, curated by Emalin; Rare Collisions of Purpose at Boetzelaer Nispen Gallery, Amsterdam (2016); The Funnies at MOT International, Brussels (2015).

Anu Põder (1947–2013) Recent and upcoming exhibitons exhibitions include 59th Venice Biennale (2022); Liverpool Biennale, Tate Liverpool (2021); To The river, GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna (2020); Ruum minu ihu jaoks Une pièce pour mon corps Space for my body, La Galerie Noisy-Le-Sec, Paris; Be Fragile! Be Brave!, Pori Art Museum, Finland (2019); Border Poetics. Estonian Art 1918–2018, Tretyakov Gallery, Russia; Chthonic Rift, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin; Give Up the Ghost! Baltic Art Triennial exhibition, CAC Vilnius (2018); Anu Põder. Be Fragile! Be Brave!, Kumu Art Museum, Tallin (2017); Every Letter is a Love Letter, Tallin Art Hall (2016).

Jamie Sneider, born 1976 in Massachusetts, lives and works in Lecce, IT. She received her MFA in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts. Recent exhibitions include SculptureCenter/New York, NEOCHROME/Turin, Thierry Goldberg/New York, Alpineum Produzentengalerie/Lucerne, The Living Art Museum/Reykjavík, and Zach Feuer/New York.

Laurence Sturla, born 1992 in Swindon; lives and works in Vienna. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include GIANNI MANHATTAN (solo); LoggiaLoggia (solo), Munich (2021); Pina at 4649, 4649 Gallery, Tokyo (2020); Opening: Loggia, Loggia, Vienna; New Galaxies, Vienna, Austria; Noi, Museion, Bolzano, South Tyrol; The Chasm, Franz Josefs Kai 3, Vienna; The Terrible Twos, Goswell Road, Paris (2019); The Shooter’s Drunk! (solo), Pina, Vienna; Carved and Shaped by Proximity, Pina, Vienna; Bar-du-Bois-Kultur, Foundation, Vienna (2018); Behind The Fridge (solo), Goswell Road, Paris; Entrées Extraordinaires II, Atelier W, Paris (2017)