In early 2015, B. Thom Stevenson (b. 1985, Worcester, MA) was exhibited at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show in a booth curated by Erin Goldberger and RJ Supa. In 2014 B. Thom Stevenson exhibited alongside Alex Da Corte and Olympia Scarry in “Beyond The Pale” curated by Sam McKinniss at Interstate Projects (Brooklyn) and in a “Dog Fight” at The Ryobi Room (Brooklyn). Stevenson is a multifaceted conceptual artist, who explores “the aesthetic waste of the bubbling subcultures in modern day America”. Elevating the punk aesthetic, he sources imagery from tattoo flash, magazine pages, and concert flyers, altering the images through painted layers. Stevenson published a collection of his work, “No Time For Prayers”, through BookMarc, a subsidiary of Marc Jacobs, where Stevenson has worked as part of the design team. B. Thom Stevenson currently lives and works in Brooklyn.