11.21.2004

iscp open weekend

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Date/Time: 21/11/2004 12:00 am


international studio & curatorial program (iscp), new york
10th anniversary
iscp open weekend
 
Saturday November 20 11 am – 6 pm
Sunday November 21 12 – 6 pm
Monday November 22 2 – 8 pm
(Sunday, November 21 @ 3 pm, Studio 707, presentation by Tatiana Volkova,curator)
international studio & curatorial program (iscp)
323 west 39th street, new york, ny 10018
between 8th and 9th avenues
A, C, E to 42nd, exit at 40th
t +1.212.279.1173 f +1.212.279.0773 e info@iscp-nyc.org w www.iscp-nyc.org
+ launch of the first ten years, a publication which tracks the first decade of the program’s development from a one-artist/one-studio operation to New York City’s largest and leading visual arts residency.
Featuring: MARIA ANTELMAN, MARC BIJL, JONAS DAHLBERG, FOLKERT DE JONG, INCI EVINER, IGOR ESKINJA, EIVIND FURNESVIK, IÑAKI GARMENDIA, SUNNY JANG, YUMI KORI, JAYEON KWON, MATTHIEU LAURETTE, KRISTINA LEKO, JANA LEO, HSIN-I LIN, MICHAL MORAVCIK, TOSHIHIRO NAKANOSAI, GERALD PETIT, NICOLE SIX/PAUL PETRISCH, MARION PORTEN, TORBJØRN RØDLAND, CARLOS ROQUE, JULIA SCHMID, ANN SOPHIE STAERK, SASO TALEVSKI, RON TERADA, LAUREANA TOLEDO, EDUARDO VALDERREY, TATIANA VOLKOVA
sponsored by:American-Scandinavian Foundation (NYC) CEC ArtsLink, Inc. (NYC) bka für kunstangelegenheiten (Austria) Fonds BKVB, The NetherlandsFoundation for Visual Arts, Architecture & Design (The Netherlands)Foundation for a Civil Society (NYC) Fundación Marcelino Botin (Spain) Bunkacho (Japan) Caja de Ahorros del Mediterraneo CAM (Spain) Canada Council for the Arts/ Les Conseil des Arts du Canada (Canada) Council for Cultural Affairs (Taiwan) Danish Agency for the Arts (Denmark) FINEKS (Turkey) Association Française d’Action Artistique (France) Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian (Portugal) IASPIS (Sweden) INJUVE (Spain) Korean Culture & Arts Foundation (South Korea) Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen (Germany) Ministerium für Wissenschaft & Kultur des Landes Niedersachsen (Germany) Trust for Mutual Understanding (NYC)
The participation of LISET CASTILLO, an Amsterdam-based Cuban national, has been indefinitely postponed, until such time as her visa to enter the United States is approved by the U.S. Department of State. The artist is a recipient of two American awards: a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship and Oscar B. Cintas Fellowship.
For more information about iscp, please visit www.iscp-nyc.org.

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