Kofu Fosu Forson
Jose Antonio Vargas
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright
Felicity Hogan lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Originally trained as a painter in the United Kingdom, she relocated to the United States in 1996 and has been involved in running alternative spaces for over ten years. Ms. Hogan founded Flat (2000-2003) located in a Manhattan apartment which became known for its diverse, multi-cultural and experimental program and attracted national and regional press together with a following of museum directors, curators and artists.
With her recent experience in the commercial sector, working freelance for private dealers and galleries at art fairs in New York, Madrid, Miami and London, she is utilizing these broad-ranging skills by focusing her career in the area of the non-profit arts organization. Ms. Hogan's recent experience includes working for established non-profits: the Lower East Side Printshop where she was Outreach Director (2007-8), CUE Art Foundation (2007/2008) and in her recent appointment to the position of Executive Director at Artists Alliance Inc, an artist centered 501 (c) 3 operating a residency program and art gallery/project space, Cuchifritos, which are both based on the Lower East Side, New York.
Ms. Hogan has participated as Guest Critic at International Studio and Curatorial Program, Art Omi and Location One and served as guest panelist for Dumbo Arts Center's Survivor Workshop in 2007/8 and at Dieu Donne. A member of New Leadership Alliance she recently co-presented a panel on Social Networking for ArtTable members. In addition, Ms. Hogan has served on selection panels at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Lower East Side Printshop and Gallery Korea, Korean Cultural Service NY. She is a member of the Curatorial Advisory Board at Bronx River Arts Center and on the Advisory Board of Culture Push.
Since the beginning of 2009 Ms. Hogan is also working as Development and Curatorial Associate for the Tuning Exhibition, "The 21st Century, The Feminine Century, and The Century of Diversity and Hope," Curator, Heng-Gil Han, at the Incheon Women Artists Biennale in Korea in August 2009. Also curating independently, Felicity Hogan's recent and upcoming projects include guest curator at Free Store, NY, organized by Double A Projects; curator of final exhibition of Juana Valdes, Workspace Resident at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Jamaica, Queens in June 2009 and "Structured Simplicity" at Dumbo Arts Center, June-August 2009, featuring Mai Braun, Hilary Harnischfeger, Elana Herzog, Fabienne Lasserre and Amy Yoes. Her essay for artist monograph "Talk to the Hand," on Hermelinde Hergenhahn (translated into German) was published by the Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Germany in 2008.