ISCP Fall Open Studios is a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art presented by the 36 international artists and curators currently in residence. In a three-story former industrial building on the edge of Bushwick, ISCP offers the public access to private artists’ and curators’ studios to view artwork and share conversations. In these current times, spaces for open discourse are more important than ever — we invite the public to engage in dialogue about contemporary art with arts professionals from across the globe.
Open Studios artists and curators are: Knut Åsdam (Norway), Elaine Byrne (United States/Ireland), Naomi Campbell (United States/Japan), Paolo Cirio (United States/Italy), Lourdes Correa-Carlo (United States), Alexis Dahan (United States/France), Cem Dinlenmiş (Turkey), Constant Dullaart (The Netherlands), Deborah Edmeades (Canada), Christian Falsnaes (Denmark), Carolina Falkholt (Sweden), Søren Thilo Funder (Denmark), Doreen Garner (United States), Camilo Godoy (United States/Colombia), Jude Griebel (United States/Canada), André Hemer (New Zealand/Germany), Mark Hilton (United States), Jess Johnson (Australia/New Zealand), Marte Danielsen Jølbo (Norway), Eli Kerr (Canada), Maria Lalou (Greece/The Netherlands), Antonia Low (Germany/United Kingdom), Lucy McKenna (Ireland), Elisabeth Molin (Denmark), Anna Nykyri (Finland), Mathias Pöschl (Austria), Liutauras Psibilskis (United States), Pia Rönicke (Denmark), Katharina Schilling (Germany), Lisa Seebach (Germany), Fuyuka Shindo (Japan), Anne de Vries (The Netherlands), Anu Vahtra (Estonia), Raul Valverde (United States/Spain), Entang Wiharso (United States/Indonesia), and Shuhei Yamada (Japan).
The exhibition Concrete Truth: Art and the Documentary and artworks for the 2017 ISCP Benefit Auction will be on view during Open Studios.
ISCP is New York’s most comprehensive international visual arts residency program. ISCP has supported the creative advancement of residents for over twenty years, with a robust program of private individual workspaces and extensive professional benefits.
Opening Reception: Friday, November 10, 6–9pm
Open Hours: Saturday, November 11, 1–8pm
International Studio & Curatorial Program
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Brooklyn, NY 11211
Subway: L train to Grand Street station
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