The ISCP Fall Open Studios is a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art presented by 35 artists and curators from 23 countries currently in residence. This year’s Open Studios will take place November 9–10. Jonas Mekas, whose groundbreaking work has had a significant impact on the fields of film, poetry and art, will make remarks on November 9 at 7 pm.
ISCP 2018 Open Studios participating artists and curators are: Paul Barsch (Germany), Elaine Byrne (United States/Ireland), Danilo Correale (United States/Italy), Simone Couto (United States/Brazil), Marta Fišerová Cwiklinski (Czech Republic), Furen Dai (United States/China), Emily Floyd (Australia), Helene Førde (Norway), İnci Furni (Turkey), ektor garcia (United States/ Mexico), Jude Griebel (United States/Canada), Johannes Heldén (Sweden), Samuel Henne (Germany), Benjamin Hirte (Austria/Germany), Honza Hoeck (Denmark), Benedikte Holen (Norway), Esther Hovers (The Netherlands), Maria Hupfield (Canada), Stine Marie Jacobsen (Denmark), Remy Jungerman (The Netherlands/Suriname), Paul Kuimet (Estonia), Andy Leleisi’uao (New Zealand), Joshua Liebowitz (United States), Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz (Germany), Niko Luoma (Finland), Yann Pocreau (Canada), Linda Reif (Austria), Marius Ritiu (Belgium/Romania), Loup Sarion (France), Martha Skou (United States/Denmark), Jonas St. Michael (Canada), Elina Suoyrjö (Finland), Daniel Wagener (Luxembourg/Belgium), and Eero Yli-Vakkuri (Finland).
ISCP is New York’s most comprehensive international visual arts residency program. The program has supported the creative advancement of residents for over 20 years, with a robust program of private individual workspaces and extensive professional benefits.
Friday, November 9
Opening reception, 6–9 pm; guest speaker artist Jonas Mekas at 7 pm
Saturday, November 10
Open Studios 1–7 pm
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