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Featured Artists

Browse through our current collection of featured works by artists Tara de la Garza, Jeffrey Morabito, Nina Meledandri and Tawan wattuya 

Tara de la Garza

A collection of de la Garza’s work

Tara de la Garza is an Irish/Australian artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally with The Lodge Gallery NYC, San Diego Art Institute, No Longer Empty, Chashama, David & Schweitzer NYC, Figment, MassMOCA, and Aggregate Space Gallery SF. Her work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Watson Library. She currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area where she is a Cubberley artist in resident. Tara studied a BA/Fine Art at Curtin University, Australia.


 

Jeffrey Morabito

A collection of Morabito’s work

Born in Bronxville, half Hong Kong-ese and half Italian, Jeffrey Morabito spent his early years traveling between New York and Hong Kong. He returned to Asia in 2006, to apprentice with a calligraphy master in Seoul, South. Korea. He then spent six years in Beijing, beginning with a Red Gate Gallery Residency, in 2009, teaching at Capital Normal University. Morabito returned to New York in 2016 to pursue an MFA at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture, while also founding JMN Artists, a curatorial collective, which has already produced three shows in New York. 

Morabito has exhibited in ‚ÄúArt Beijing;‚ÄĚ International Art Fair and Matthius Kupper Gallery, Beijing, China; N-Space and Jay Gallery Seoul, South Korea; Rosenfeld Gallery

 

Nina Meledandri

A collection of Meledandri’s work

Nina Meledandri is a painter and a photographer living in Crown Heights, Brooklyn NY. As a painter she has shown extensively throughout the NY area and was represented by the David Findlay Gallery in NY where she had 2 solo shows. As a photographer she has been published by the NY Times Magazine, Architectural Digest, New York Magazine and the Village Voice among others. The cornerstone of Meledandri’s process both as a painter and a photographer is daily practice.  As a painter it takes the form of daily watercolors that she has been making with since 1996.  As a photographer she has posted to a minimum of 3 blogs each day for the past 15 years.  Recently, she has been developing a body of work that combines her abstract paintings and photographs and has also resumed a long held interest in mixed media work. She shows regularly in the New York area.

Tawan Wattuya

A collection of Wattuya’s work

Tawan Wattuya was born in 1973 in Bangkok, Thailand, where he currently lives and works. He is known primarily for his vibrantly colorful and expressive paintings in watercolor and ink, and for choosing often politically relevant, sometimes controversial subject matter. His international exhibition record of solo shows, group shows and art fairs is extensive, and his paintings are held in many collections.

About FLATFILE

FLATFILE¬ģ is an online project that highlights artwork by emerging and mid-career artists. SFA Projects is our offline, real-world counterpart, offering physical exhibitions on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. FLATFILE¬ģ is a registered trademark of Schweitzer Fine Art, the parent company of FLATFILE¬ģ and SFA Projects.

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