- Fatima A. Zaidi
Fatima A. Zaidi is a Pakistani Brooklynite who works as Triple Canopy’s development manager, supporting the magazine’s fundraising efforts. She is also the co-chair of the board at the South Asian Womxn’s Creative Collective. Zaidi grew up in Karachi and has worked in the arts in Pakistan and the US, with a focus on advancing the culture and diverse experiences of minority communities. Prior to her role at Triple Canopy, she worked at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Public Art Fund, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
- Bryan Zanisnik
Bryan Zanisnik is an artist based in Brooklyn. He holds an MFA from Hunter College and has attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Website
- Donn Zaretsky
Donn Zaretsky is a graduate of Yale Law School and a partner at John Silberman Associates, PC in New York, concentrating his practice in art law. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at NYU Law School, where he teaches a seminar in Advanced Topics in Art Law. He is the author of The Art Law Blog and his writings on art law have also appeared in the Art Newspaper and Art and Auction.
- Jesse Zaritt
Jesse Zaritt has performed his solo work in Russia, Korea, Germany, New York, Japan, Mexico and Israel. He has performed with Shen Wei Dance Arts and the Inbal Pinto Dance Company, as well as with choreographers Faye Driscoll and Netta Yerushalmy. His solo Binding was the recipient of three New York Innovative Theater Awards in 2010. Zaritt was a 2012–2013 resident artist in the Studio Series Program at New York Live Arts with Jumatatu Poe.
- Henry Zhang
Henry Zhang is a Blakemore Freeman Fellow at Tsinghua University, Beijing. His essays and translations have appeared in Los Angeles Review of Books, Art in America, Drunken Boat, and Lunch Ticket.
- Zhen Zhang
- Andros Zins-Browne
Andros Zins-Browne is a choreographer who works at the intersection of installation, performance, and dance. He is a proponent of “expanded” choreography: extending choreographic notions into work with non-dancers, singers, texts, and objects. Considerations of the interactions between materiality and immateriality are central to his work, most recently his work with voice. His performances have been presented at the Institute for Contemporary Arts (London); the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York City); Rockbund Art Museum (Shanghai); and the Fondation Galeries Lafayette (Paris). His ongoing collaboration with Karthik Pandian, Atlas Unlimited, addresses movement, destruction, and reconstruction through sculpture and performance, and has been presented at Performa 19 (New York City), Netwerk Aalst (Brussels), 80WSE (New York City), and the Logan Center (Chicago). Zins-Browne is the recipient of grants and awards from the Goethe Institute, the Flemish Cultural Ministry, NYSCA, and, with Pandian, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. Website
Zs is a Brooklyn-based quartet. The band makes music that challenges the physical and mental limitations of performers and listeners alike. Zs’ most recent record, Music of the Modern White, is available now on Social Registry. Website
- Kevin Zucker
Kevin Zucker is a New York-based artist. His work has been exhibited in solo shows internationally and, in New York, at Greenberg Van Doren, Mary Boone Gallery, and Zach Feuer Gallery; it has also been featured in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, New Museum, and MoMA PS1, and the Moore Space. Website
- Joshua Zucker-Pluda
- Felipe Zuniga
- Frans Zwartjes