Jennifer Tee in group exhibition “Becoming: Worlds in Flux” at C24 Gallery – New York City

July 9th, 2012 by

July 10 – August 24, 2012

Curated by Melissa Keys, C24 Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition “Becoming: Worlds in Flux”, with work by Benjamin Armstrong, Motoko Dobashi, Takahiro Iwasaki, Jennifer Tee, Brendan van Hek. In an endless act of imagination the world is reinvented every day. Mindful that each of us improvises our self in this concert of infinite complexity and possibility the artists featured in Becoming: worlds in flux each create delicate, intimate and exhilarating realms within this ever shifting fabric. This exhibition draws together a diverse selection of five artists from Germany, Japan, the Netherlands and Australia.

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Jennifer Tee performances during ISCP Open Studios – New York City

May 9th, 2012 by

Jennifer Tee, Gridding Sentences, performance at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2011, duration 33 minutes, image courtesy the artist

May 11 – 13, 2012

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Spring Open Studios is a three-day exhibition of international contemporary art. The 35 artists, art collectives and curators from 24 countries currently in residence at ISCP present work in their studios. Open Studios offers the public access to innovative contemporary art practices from across the globe, providing an exceptional opportunity to engage with the production, process and archives of practitioners working with a diverse range of media, approaches and concepts.

Alongside Open Studios, ISCP’s gallery is the site for a continuous program of time-based events including performances, screenings and lectures that address how the concept of time is both constructed/deconstructed and employed through artistic production. Unfolding over the weekend, time is used as a material for eight separate events by ISCP residents and Brooklyn-based artists and their collaborators, including performances by Jennifer Tee.

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Maider López “Polder Cup” exhibition at International Studio & Curatorial Program – New York City

February 15th, 2012 by

Maider Lopez, Polder Cup, 2010, courtesy the artist, SKOR and Witte de With

February 15 – March 10, 2012

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to present Maider Lopez: Polder Cup, the inaugural ISCP alum exhibition. In 2011, ISCP launched an annual solo exhibition series offering two ISCP current residents and one ISCP alum the opportunity to present a solo exhibition of work that has not been previously shown in the United States. Maider López was a resident at ISCP in 2003 and is one of the most prominent artists from the Basque region. The exhibition Polder Cup will include videos, photographs and an installation based on the artist’s recent participatory project, a one-day football championship in Rotterdam. This project was a collaboration between the institutions SKOR and Witte de With, The Netherlands.

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“See it again, say it again: the artist as researcher,” panel discussion and book launch at ISCP – New York City

November 5th, 2011 by

See it Again, Say it Again - The Artist as Researcher, Edited by Janneke Wesseling, Valiz Publishers

Sunday, November 6, 2011, 5pm

Panel discussion and book launch of See it Again, Say it Again. The Artist as Researcher, edited by Janneke Wesseling, held in collaboration with Valiz Publishers. The publications sheds light on the phenomenon of research in the visual arts. This volume has been written from the perspective of art as practice. The majority of authors are artists, while several artists provided visual contributions that elucidate research in art. The book also includes contributions by theoreticians, who analyze how artistic research works and how it is productive. What do artists actually do when they carry out research? Does it propagate better art or a new type of art, or perhaps even a new type of artists?

Panelists include David Jablonowski (artist), Frank Mandersloot (artist and contributor) and Janneke Wesseling (art critic, NRC Handelsblad ad co-director, PhDArts, Leiden University). Moderated by Kari Conte (ISCP).

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David Jablonowski and Stefanos Tsivopoulos participate in Open Studios at ISCP – New York City

November 1st, 2011 by

David Jablonowski, Disposition and Still 2.39.1′, 2010, courtesy ISCP and the artist

November 3 – 6, 2011
Opening reception: Thursday, November 3, 2011, 7-9pm

David Jablonowski and Stefanos Tsivopoulos participate in ISCP’s Fall Open Studios, a four-day exhibition of international contemporary art. The 36 artists, artist collectives and curators from 22 countries currently in residence at ISCP will present work in their studios. Open Studios offers the public access to innovative contemporary art practices from across the globe – seen for the first time together in New York City – providing an exceptional opportunity to engage with the production, process and archives of artists working with a diverse range of mediums, approaches and concepts. Alongside Open Studios, ISCP presents a series of programs in collaboration with 98weeks, an artist-run space in Beirut, and Valiz publishers, based in Amsterdam.

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Stefanos Tsivopoulos solo exhibition at the International Studio & Curatorial Program – New York City

September 9th, 2011 by

Stefanos Tsivopoulos, Blind Image (found footage), 2011, courtesy the artist and ISCP

September 14 – October 8, 2011
Opening reception: Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 6-8pm

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to announce the second show in its inaugural series of solo exhibitions. Borrowed Knowledge is a poetic investigation into memory and forgetting by ISCP artist-in-residence Stefanos Tsivopoulos. In 2011, ISCP launched an annual initiative to offer three ISCP residents and one ISCP alum the space, time and challenge to produce new works and to engage with the context of their presentation.

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Fendry Ekel is artist-in-residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program – New York City

February 20th, 2011 by

Fendry Ekel, Man on the Moon, 2009, courtesy Office for Contemporary Art and the artist

January 1 – June 30, 2011

Fendry Ekel is artist-in-residence at the International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York.

Ekel’s paintings explore the dark side of human ambition. His monumental and layered works are often painted from photographs and depict portraits, architecture or other remnants of historic events. By isolating these images from our collective memory, Ekel critically investigates the use of art, architecture and figuration as propaganda for ideology and creates work ethic and aesthetic values meet. The specific moment when power becomes ignorance is the continuous subject of Ekel’s paintings. His work explores and attempts to fathom the motives underlying this perversion.

Fendry Ekel was born in Jakarta, Indonesia and raised in Europe. He studied at the Rietveld Art Academy and Rijksakademie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where he lives and works.

Fendry Ekel, Déjà Vu, 2010, courtesy Office for Contemporary Art and the artist

Residency supported by:
Office For Contemporary Art (OFCA) is founded to manage and support a select group of individual talented artists working in the Netherlands and abroad: Fendry Ekel, Remy Jungerman, Folkert de Jong, Abdi Setiawan, Monica Ragazzini and Jumaldi Alfi. Furthermore OFCA owns Black Cat Publishing which focuses on art exhibition catalogues as well as artists’ monographs. OFCA is based in Amsterdam in its own building of 1300 m2 which houses artist studios and an exhibition space with a semi permanent display of its contemporary art collection and tribal art from South East Asia.

Fendry Ekel, Currency, 2010, courtesy Office for Contemporary Art and the artist

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Raquel Maulwurf is artist-in-residence at International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) – New York City

February 4th, 2011 by

Raquel Maulwurf, Into the Trees, Schlacht im Hürtgenwald 1944-1945, 2010, courtesy ISCP and the artist

January 1 – June 30, 2011

Raquel Maulwurf is artist-in-residence at the International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York.

In trying to formulate an understanding of why mankind is so eager to destroy, Raquel Maulwurf bases her drawings on historical images which are then manipulated in such a way that only the essence of the event remains. The image no longer shows what we see, but what we know, making current events tangible. Maulwurf’s recent works have all been created on mat board. The thickness of the board allows her to brutalize the surface with sharp objects, depicting violence through violence. The surface is scratched open until the paper pulp almost pours out, literally materializing destruction in both subject and method.

Raquel Maulwurf, Night Artillery 1944, courtesy ISCP and the artist

Raquel Maulwurf (born 1975 in Madrid, Spain) lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She studied at the Art Academy of Arnhem, The Netherlands, and the SAE International Technology College Amsterdam. Maulwurf’s work is widely exhibited in museums, art spaces and galleries including The Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Netherlands; Museo del Sannio Rocca dei Rettori, Italy; CODA Museum, The Netherlands; Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York. Her work belongs to numerous collections including Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands; Prefectural Art Museum Nagasaki, Japan; Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Netherlands; Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo, The Netherlands; Progressive Art Collection, Cleveland, USA; Erasmus University Rotterdam Art Collection, The Netherlands; Dutch Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel; Dutch Consulate-General, Miami, USA; Dutch Consulate-General, New York.

Raquel Maulwurf, Narwa 1943-1944, courtesy ISCP and the artist

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David Jablonowski represents the Dutch Foundation for Visual Arts as artist-in-residence for 2011 at ISCP – New York City

February 2nd, 2011 by

David Jablonowski, Disposition and Still 2.39.1′, 2010, courtesy ISCP and the artist

January 1 – December 31, 2011

David Jablonowski is the official artist-in-residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in 2011, selected and supported by the Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture.

David Jablonowski questions the potential of communication in contemporary visual culture. Through sculpture and film, he explores the way language is established and developed and then reproduced technically in relation to political and historical discourse. Jablonowski’s interest in display systems and information transfer has as much to do with the hardware that is used in the staging of knowledge as it has with the knowledge itself. The repetitive and unsustainable promise of a valid direction of communication is expressed in works which question the understanding of sign systems; making us aware of the transience of visual language.

David Jablonowski, Multiple, gestetner, 1, 78:1, 2010, courtesy ISCP and the artist

David Jablonowski (born 1982 in Bochum, Germany) moved to Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 2007 where he graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and participated in De Ateliers studio program until 2009. Recent solo shows include Imposition, Schaufenster of the Kunstverein Duesseldorf, Germany; Material Kontingenz at SMBA (Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam), Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Perfection Simple Way at Gallery Luettgenmeijer and 1.33:1, Hard Copy Display Sequences, Multi Channel Projection at Bloombergspace London, UK. Group exhibitions include Monumentalism, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The dutch identity?, De Paviljoens, Almere, The Netherlands; After Architects, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland; Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree, Gallery Luettgenmeijer, Berlin, Germany.

David Jablonowski, Tchogha Zanbil and multiple, 2010, courtesy ISCP and the artist

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