List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists A—C

Jean François Allaux A founding member of INX, Jean-François Allaux was born in Rabat, Morocco. After Moroccan independence, he moved to France and then on to the US in 1975. He currently lives in Providence, Rhode Island. He studied at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts and the Sorbonne, Paris. Since 1999 he has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
He has received awards from the Society of Publication Designers, Communication Arts and the Art Directors Club. His work has appeared in exhibitions at Galerie Petron, Pau, France, Matsuda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan and the Newport Art Museum, RI. Some of his illustration clients have included
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Time, Newsweek, Encyclopedia Britannica, United Nations Development Program, American Express and Mercedes Benz.

Michelle Barnes
Michelle Barnes has won numerous awards for her illustrations in books, magazines, and newspapers, including a Society of Illustrators Silver Medal Award. She is a former teacher at both the Schools of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design in New York City, as well as at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.Her work has appeared in such publications as
The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Sports Illustrated, Spin, and Ms. Her latest projects include an illustrated book with a CD of her original music, entitled Visions of Vespertina, and painting 225 individual pieces for an interactive CD-ROM of the Bible.

Melinda Beck Melinda Beck is an illustrator, animator and graphic designer based in Brooklyn, New York. She received a BFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1989.
Her clients include: Chronicle Books, GQ, Nickelodeon, Martha Stewart Living, MTV, Nike, Neiman Marcus,
The New York Times, Target, and Time Magazine. She has received two Emmy nominations as well as awards from and publication in annuals including American Illustration, The Art Directors Club, Society of Publication Designers, Communication Arts, Print Magazine, The Society of Illustrators, The Broadcast Design Awards and The AIGA. In addition her work has been exhibited in various shows including a new acquisitions show at the Library of Congress.

Paulette Bogan Paulette Bogan is a graduate of Parsons School of Design. Her work has appeared in many magazines, newspapers and children’s publications including The New York Times, Business Week, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, Golden Books, Troll Books, Ladies Home Journal, Scholastic, Children’s Television Workshop, and Bloomsbury Children’s Publishing. She is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including Goodnight Lulu, and the award-winning Spike in The City and Spike in the Kennel. Paulette Bogan lives in New York City with her husband, three daughters, and Spikey the dog.

Steve Brodner
Steve Brodner has been a satirical illustrator for 30 years. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1954. Upon graduating Cooper Union in 1976 he got a cartooning job on a small newspaper,
The Hudson Dispatch, in Union City, New Jersey. In 1977 The New York Times Book Review began tapping him for illustration assignments. This launched his freelance career. In 1979-82 he published his own journal, The New York Illustrated News. In 1981 he became a regular contributor to Harper's with the monthly feature, Ars Politica. In the 1980s more magazines ask him to contribute regularly. These included National Lampoon, Sports Illustrated, Playboy and Spy. In 1988 Esquire brought him in as an unofficial house artist. It was there that he did portrait caricature, art journalism and a back-page political cartoon, Adversaria. Throughout the 1990s until today his caricatures of pop and political culture have appeared in every major publication in the United States.

Yvonne Buchanan
Yvonne Buchanan is a multi-disciplinary artist who focuses on illustration, drawing, and video and film, as well as being a proud member of INX. Her political illustrations have appeared in
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, The Nation and Newsday. Her children’s book illustrations have been published by Simon and Schuster, Scholastic, Hyperion Books, Lee & Low Books, Silver Burdett Publishing and Rabbit Ears Productions. Buchanan’s videos and films have been screened at the Anthology Film Archives, New York, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City/New York, Roxbury Film Festival, Boston, the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York.
Yvonne Buchanan was born in New York City and now resides in Syracuse, New York, where she teaches illustration and narrative drawing at Syracuse University.

Horacio Cardo (1944-2018) Horacio Cardo was born in Argentina and has have worked his entire professional life as a designer, art director, and illustrator of books, magazines and newspapers. His drawings have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Le Monde and The International Herald Tribune. He has produced posters for the Broadway theatre and illustrations for Mobil, CBS Records, Young & Rubicam and others. Abbeville Press published The Story of Chess that he wrote, designed and illustrated. Group exhibitions include Galería Peuser, 1965; Knooke-Heist, Belgium, 1974 and 1976; Columbia University of New York, 1990; Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991; Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, 1992. He has had solo exhibitions at Sociedad de Distribuidores de Diarios, Revistas y Afines, Argentina, 1982 and CAYC (Centro de Arte y Comunicación), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1988. He has received numerous awards including those from the Society of Illustrators in New York, Society of News Design and The Society of Publication Designers. At present, he is waiting to be discovered and to become rich, which was predicted by a gypsy a long time ago.
Note: Sadly, our creative comrade, Horacio Cardo, died on October 22, 2018.

Giora Carmi
Giora Carmi was born in Israel. His parents were idealists and pioneers who devoted their lives to creating a beautiful society and life. It did not work so well and Giora learned from the idealism and from its failure. He looked for a better way to create beauty in the world.
He became a graphic designer and illustrator for many companies in Israel, and he designed over 200 book covers. He also did illustrations for magazines and wrote and illustrated for children.
Carmi came to the United States at age 40 and worked for
The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal on a regular basis. He published more than 40 children's books and won a few national awards when a meditation practice began to shine a new light on his life. He decided to turn his attention to helping free people from suffering and became an art therapist. He has since worked with the mentally ill, addicted prisoners, troubled adolescents and traumatized people of all ages.
His whole life experience came together to originate a new method of working with art that seeks to connect people to their natural development. He calls this approach The Art of Life, and he has started to present it to his colleagues in conferences around the world.
Carmi considers INX to be an island of relative sanity from which members look at the madness of humanity with a kind of love that expresses itself as bitter laughter.

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