Harrison Driggs Fraley (b. 1986) currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He received his education at the Savannah College of Art and Design and Atlanta College of Art, 2005-2009.
Recent and upcoming solo exhibitions include Take Care & Control, 65 Middle, Gloucester, MA, 2015; Best Wishes/Revenge, Western Canon Projects, Beverly Hills, CA, 2010, 2012
Upcoming and group exhibitions include Landschaft (Heresy) LDC, Joshua Tree, California 2015; Moving Spaces, traveling from OAK DTLA, Los Angeles to OAK, New York City, 2015; Ryobi Room: Miami, Darlington Resort, Miami, Florida, 2014; Starving in the Middle of Nowhere, Werkarts, Los Angeles, 2014.
Adrian Carroll (USA, b. 1971) received the first draft Traveling Scholar Award from the MFA, Boston in 2002. This year, he was included in “INTERFACE” (curated by Walter Cessna) at the Leslie – Lohman Museum, NYC. Recent exhibitions include “Neo Integrity” (curated by Keith Mayerson), Derek Eller Gallery (New York City), “Casa Cessna” Walter Cessna (New York City), “Tabloid Void“ Angel Food Project (Los Angeles). Adrian Carroll lives and works in Gloucester, MA.
Jason Burgess (b.1984) is an American artist born in Alabama, he currently lives and works in Los Angeles. Burgess received his BFA from University of Alabama and studied at the Pontifica Universidad Santiago, Chile. He was co-director of the MMX space in Berlin in 2010-2011. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally including Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles; 7th/Alameda, Los Angeles; Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA; Frequency Group, Chengdu, China; Open Art Venue, Berlin; Organhaus, Chongqing, China; and has a permanent installation at the First Methodist Church, Anniston, AL. Burgess has been involved in multiple publications, including: “waking up in the summer,” a photo journal published by YNYY in Los Angeles, 2013.