The International Studio and Curatorial Program hosts a two-day symposium on contemporary art and cultural exchange featuring a keynote address by Holland Cotter.
Fall Open Studios at the International Studio & Curatorial Program with Guest Speaker Jonas Mekas
ISCP presents contemporary art by 35 international artists, November 9 and 10.
ISCP and the Taipei Cultural Center Tell the Story of the Malayan Tapir
A solo exhibition by Chia-Wei Hsu that narrates the history of the Malayan tapir and its relationship to colonial power and zoos in Southeast Asia.
Visit the International Studio & Curatorial Program’s Fall Open Studios, November 10–11
View the work of contemporary artists and curators from 22 countries.
From Hermitage Cats to a Chernobyl Safari, Anna Jermolaewa’s Counter Histories
By now the Hermitage cats, the troupe of feline pest control agents residing at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, are well known, but Anna Jermolaewa is providing some historical context for all the cuteness.
Locating Loss, from Damascus to Manhattan’s Little Syria
“Audiences are understandably tired of the polarizing and dominant narratives of the mainstream media and political conversations,” Stephen Stapleton, co-founder of the arts non-profit Edge of Arabia, tells me on an afternoon in July.