Tether 3 Contributors
Elena Berriolo is a New York–based artist who has exhibited internationally. Since 2012 she has worked exclusively in book formats, performing with a sewing machine while producing unique books.
Richard Chammings lives in Easton, PA. His work has appeared in Gerry Mulligan #1 and Plataphysics Magazine (online). A chapbook entitled Civility was published by Green Zone Editions in 2016.
Douglas Dunn is a New York–based dancer and choreographer working internationally since 1968. In 1976 he formed Douglas Dunn + Dancers and in 1980 set Stravinsky’s Pulcinella on the Paris Opera Ballet. In 1998 he was awarded a New York Dance & Performance Award (Bessie) for Sustained Achievement, and in 2008 was honored by the French government as a Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. His most recent piece, Antipodes, a collaboration with Mimi Gross, Steven Taylor, and Carol Mullins, showed at Danspace Project, New York, in February 2017. His book of collected writings, Dancer Out of Sight, is available at Amazon.com. DouglasDunnDance.com
Oliver Gerrish holds a master’s in architectural history from the University of Cambridge. He is a features writer for Country Life magazine, and has contributed to a wide range of journals on the history of architecture, including The Georgian and House and Garden. He refounded the Young Georgians (the youth chapter of the Georgian Group, an architectural charity) when he was nineteen, and was its chairman until 2016. He is cofounder of Historic Decoration, a series of study days at Syon House, London, on the history of British interior design. He is also a professional countertenor. olivergerrish.com
Paul Hammond is an ex-English writer, painter, and translator domiciled in Barcelona.
Win Knowlton is a sculptor and garden designer who lives and works in New York and Berlin. He is represented by Galerie Minsky in Paris and his work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum, and Fogg Museum, among others. winknowlton.com
Erik La Prade has a BA and an MA from City College. His writings have appeared in ArtCritical, Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, The Outlaw Bible of American Art, and other journals.
Robert Melville (1905–1986), journalist and writer, was deeply involved in the early days of English Surrealism. His landmark book, Picasso: Master of the Phantom, was published in 1939. The present essay on de Chirico was originally published in London Bulletin the following year.
Patrick Neal is a New York–based painter who holds an MFA from Yale University and attended Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. Last summer he organized Beautiful Object: Upsetting Still Life at Jeffrey Leder Gallery in Long Island City, a show of contemporary still-life painting and sculpture. He is a contributor to Hyperallergic blogazine and has written catalog essays on artists Franklin Evans and Zoe Pettijohn Schade. Neal’s own painting was recently included in Explorations of Audubon: The Paintings of Larry Rivers and Others at 101/EXHIBIT in Los Angeles.
Maya Pindyck is a poet and visual artist living in Brooklyn, NY. Her most recent poetry collection, Emoticoncert, was published by Four Way Books in 2016. Currently a doctoral candidate at Columbia University’s Teachers College, she teaches at Parsons School of Design.
Altoon Sultan was born in New York and now lives on an old hill farm in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, where she makes paintings, textiles, and relief sculpture. She has exhibited her paintings at the Marlborough and Tibor de Nagy galleries, in shows nationally and internationally, and is currently represented by McKenzie Fine Art in New York. Her work is in many public and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate, and the Library of Congress.
Trevor Winkfield exhibits his paintings at Tibor de Nagy Gallery. His collaboration with Charles North, Elevenses, has just been published by Granary Books. A survey of his collaborations with poets and writers was held in Chicago and New York in 2015–16.