Adam Frelin divided his undergraduate education between Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, Hunter College, New York, NY, and the Art Center of Lorenzo De' Medici, Florence Italy. In 2001, he received his MFA from the University of California, San Diego, CA. From 2001 through 2004 he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Webster University in St. Louis, MO, and since 2006 has held the position of Assistant Professor of Art at SUNY University at Albany, Albany, NY. He has shown at such venues as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Getty Research Institute, the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Frelin has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, the Gateway Foundation and the College Art Association. He has attended numerous artist residencies such as Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL, and the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA. Frelin has completed projects in Japan, Finland, Austria, Ukraine and India. He has had two books of photography published and has had several public artworks commissioned. Frelin lives and works in Troy and Brooklyn, NY.
Adam Frelin, Drifter, 2013, exhibition proposal. Image courtesy of the artist.
Guillermo Trejo is a print artist working from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Trejo received his MFA from the University of Ottawa (2012) and his BFA from Escuela Nacional de Pintura Escultura y Grabado (2007), Mexico City, Mexico. In addition to his role as a Research Consultant for the Indigenous Art Department of the National Art Gallery of Canada, Trejo teaches printmaking and drawing at the Ottawa School of Art. Trejo was a 2012 artist in the Creative Fusion residency program of the Cleveland Foundation in Cleveland, OH. Recent solo exhibitions include The Revolution is called Atlantis at the Ottawa Art Gallery and Viva, Muera at Gallery 115, both at Ottawa University. In 2011, Trejo was a participant at the 29th International Art Symposium in Baie-Saint Paul, Quebec.
Guillermo Trejo, Calavera, 2012, linocut on paper. Image courtesy of the artist.
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