Christine Heindl has shown her paintings at White Columns, Clementine Gallery, Columbus Museum of Art, Jamaica Center for the Arts, Gavlak Gallery in Palm Beach, Songs for Presidents in Ridgewood, Queens, and Schema Projects in Brooklyn, among other places. She was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in 2001 and an individual artist grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation in 2009. She has lived and worked in Jackson Heights since 2000.
John Moore was born in Cleveland, OH and received his MA from Kent State University. He was an assistant curator at the Cleveland Museum of Art from 1975-1985. In 1985, he was a guest curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem where he produced two 10-year survey exhibitions for Emilio Cruz and Bill Hutson. He has curated many other exhibitions, most recently Demise at the Cleveland State University Art Galleries, Ohio.
He has had solo exhibitions at: the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts; the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA; and the Columbus Museum of Fine Art. He has works in 16 museum collections including: the Brooklyn Museum; the Cleveland Museum; New York Public Library; Studio Museum in Harlem; NJ State Museum; the Bronx Museum; and the Queens Museum.
He has received awards from: the Ohio Arts Council; the NEA; NYFA (twice); the Joan Mitchell Foundation; the Cleveland Arts Prize; and the Tree of Life award, among others. He was also awarded a public art commission for the Cleveland Public Library. His work has been reviewed in numerous publications including the NY Times, Art in America, Art News, and Artforum.