Check out these new works by some of the latest hot artists

Kristin Baker, Encrypted Antithetic, acrylic on PVC, 2016
We think these pieces are quite exciting, especially Encrypted Antithetic, given the political atmosphere at the moment. Baker (American, b. 1975) is a New York-based painter whose work focuses on disrupting the limitations of her medium.  
Kristin Baker, Diaphonous Leverage, acrylic on PVC, 2016

By emphasizing the materiality of paint through her built up layers of troweled acrylic, Baker's paintings approach other two-dimensional practices such as printmaking, photography, and paper assemblage.
Kristin Baker, Untitled, acrylic on PVC, 2016
Her compositions combine illusionistic and pictorial space as well as artificial forms and surfaces. Bakergraduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and received an MFA from Yale in 2002. 
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Elaina, black charcoal, gouache, soft pastel, oil pastel, oil paint, paint stick on vellum, 2016
Nathaniel Mary Quinn is having his first solo exhibition with M+B gallery, LA from May 13, 2016 through June 25, 2016. Quinn's figurative compositions are intimate, psychologically-charged portraits, influenced by the artist's own past experiences as well as contemporary imagery. 
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Pig, 
black charcoal, oil-pastel, oil-paint, paint-stick, gouache on Lenox Paper, 2014
Using charcoal, oil-paint, paint-stick, gouache and oil pastel, Quinn's meticulously rendered compositions appear as if physically collaged from various sourced images.
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Chainsaw Master, black charcoal, oil-pastel, oil-paint, paint-stick, gouache on Lenox Paper, 2014

Quinn's works are deeply informed by his personal history growing up in Chicago's South Side. His childhood experiences at the Robert Taylor Homes, a place of violence, abandonment and poverty, are embedded into his early narrative. Highlights feature portraits of individuals from the artist's past, who, through various means, were able to make it out of the notorious public housing project. 
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Van Williams, black charcoal, gouache, soft pastel, oil pastel on vellum, 2016

Nathaniel Mary Quinn received his BFA from Wabash College and MFA from New York University. Past group exhibitions include Unrealism, organized by Jeffrey Deitch and Larry Gagosian, Miami; AIM 23 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York; Still/Moving: Photographs and Video Art from the DeWoody Collection, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach; and presentations at Frieze London and Art Basel Miami Beach. His work is in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago, among others.
In his first New York solo show in six years, Alex Dodge features a new series of paintings made with an entirely unique process; imagery is generated in 3D-rendering programs and stenciled with thick oil paint onto canvas.  Dodge's studio practice has consistently explored the promise of technology as it interacts with and shapes human experience.  His newest works are deftly located between new media and traditional painting.
Alex Dodge, Monument, oil on canvas, 2016

Each painting features a patterned fabric optically drafted to imply volume, perspective and gravity. Some fabrics are draped over objects, while others seem to be filled with a gelatinous liquid that oozes out of openings in the cloth. Several of the paintings imply a narrative, with the fabrics forming a series of figures, some more familiar than others.
Alex Dodge The Flag Today, oil on canvas, 2016

The variety of fabrics - stripes, damasks, ginghams and polka-dots -  imply cultural contexts that have been transcended through technology. The patterns function as platonic touchstones, transferred into binary code and rematerialized in paint, emphasizing the human and the technological as one.
Alex Dodge, No Rainbow Without Rain (Fukushima), oil on canvas, 2016
Alex Dodge lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.  He is the recipient of the 2016 Japan U.S. Friendship Commission Creative Artist Exchange Fellowship.  He holds degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design and the New York University Interactive Telecommunication Program.