Friday, November 7: Opening Reception, 7 - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday, November 8 & 9: 12 - 6 pm
Monday, November 10: 2 - 8 pmA four - day exhibition of international contemporary art
ISCP Open Studios presents works by the 25 artists and 3 curators in residence at ISCP. The current residents represent a wide range of conceptual interests and artistic choices, that take form through painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, video, sound art, artists' books, and any number of hybrid formats.
As a new feature inaugurated at this Open Studios, a program of live music, performances, artist talks and film screenings, organized by curators in residence and staff at ISCP, will accompany the exhibition (schedule to be announced soon).
ISCP hosts Open Studios twice a year to give the public, art professionals and art enthusiasts access to contemporary art practice from around the world. Free to the public, the Open Studios presents recent art and work in progress by the ISCP residents, providing an exclusive peek into the production, process, and personal archive of artists and curators.
Founded in 1994, ISCP has hosted more than 750 international artists and curators who have contributed New York's arts community while advancing their careers. ISCP's program is designed to connect residents to local institutions, key professionals and a broad range of international visitors. The interaction between artists, curators and critics creates opportunities supporting every stage of artistic development leading to intellectual exchange, critical feedback, participation in exhibitions, long-term collaborations and gallery representation.
Brook Andrew (Australia) | Diana Artus (Germany) | Ervin Babic (Bosnia & Herzegovina) | Elena Bajo (Spain) | Etienne Boulanger (Luxembourg) | Hildur Bjarnadóttir (Iceland) | Bettina Cohnen (Germany) | Rolando Flores (Mexico) | Anette Groschopp (Germany) Kaoru Hirano (Japan) | Jesper Just (Denmark) | Eva Kot?átková (Czech Republic) | Emmanuel Lagarrigue (France) | Guillaume Leblon (France) | Esther Lu (Taiwan) | Valérie Mannaerts (Belgium) | Are Mokkelbost (Norway) | Patrick Nilsson (Sweden) | Rakett (Norway) Gabriel Reese (Canada) | ZimmerFrei/Anna Rispoli (Italy) | Andrea van der Straeten (Austria) | Susanne Thiemann (Germany) João Pedro Vale (Portugal) | Tzu-Yun Wang (Taiwan) | Rohan Wealleans (New Zealand) | Guido van der Werve (The Netherlands)SCP WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT:
American-Scandinavian Foundation, NYC | Asian Cultural Council, NYC | Australia Council for the Arts | Sabine Bernet, Germany BMUKK, Austria | Canada Council for the | Cultural Council of Affairs, Taiwan | CulturesFrance | Danish Agency for the Arts PARC/ SEAT/ GAI, Italy Eva Felten, Germany | FONCA, Mexico | Foundation for a Civil Society, NYC | Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Portugal | IASPIS, Sweden | Ingunn Wernersdottir, Iceland | Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen, Germany | Kunststiftung Des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany | Ministère de la Culture, Luxembourg | Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur des Landes Niedersachsen, Germany | Ministry of Culture of the Flemish Community, Belgium | Offi ce for Contemporary Art, Norway | Katia Rid, Germany Katrin Schütz, Germany | Stichting Fonds voor Beeldende Kunsten Vormgeving en Bouwkunst, The Netherlands | The James Wallace Arts Trust, New Zealand