About

Quantumartreview is a source for criticism, essays, and interviews on contemporary artists.

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Jacob Hicks is a Brooklyn-based painter and critical writer.

 

Contributing Writers

Glenda Lindsey-Hicks is a professor and poet based in Midland, TX and Brooklyn, NY.  Her work has been published in Reed Magazine at San Jose, CA, Dandelion Magazine of Poetry, Art, and Fiction located in Calgary, Canada, Phoebe Journal of Feminist Scholarship and Aesthetics at The State University of New York, Rivers Edge out of The University of Texas Pan America in Edinburg, TX, the Texas Review out of San Houston State University, Thirteenth Moon at The University of Albany, Suny in Albany, NY and in many more.  Glenda has been nominated for the Pushcart Poetry Prize for her work “A Thin-Line Marker,” published by Maverick Press.

 

Miguel Carter-Fisher is a working artist originally from Richmond, Virginia. He received his BFA from the University of Hartford where he studied painting and philosophy with a special interest in American pragmatism. After graduating he was awarded with a position as an instructor and artist in residence at Billing’s Forge Community Works in Hartford, Connecticut. He received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art where he studied historical painting techniques. After graduate school Miguel worked at Soho Art Materials. There he developed his knowledge of process and materials through engagement with the New York art community. Currently residing in Richmond, Miguel works as a story board artist for film, curator, writer, art instructor, muralist, and painter. Through these various mediums Miguel explores personal narrative, identity in an increasingly pluralistic world, and the contemporary sublime.

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