ISCP Celebrates 35 Open Studios
ISCP celebrated its 35th Open Studios this May by opening its doors to New Yorks arts community. Alongside the Open Studios, ISCP presented a full line up of performances, screenings and lectures in ISCP's gallery which was transformed by SLO Architecture for the event. Check out a few highlights from the weekend below!
ISCP's residents and staff gather on the roof for a group photo and toast to kick off the weekend.
Sidewalk signs leading visitors to ISCP!
Jennifer Tee's A woman’s mind might resemble a room, at the opening reception of Open Studios with dancer Miri Lee.
ISCP Founding Director speaks with a guest at the opening reception.
A busy opening reception on May 11th.
Visitors participate in a work by ISCP resident Francisco Montoya Cazarez.
Orit Ben-Shitrit's performance (Time Mechanism) + Work = Auctioning Off the Greek Debt, performed on Sunday, May 13th.
ISCP resident Nanna Debois Buhl discusses her work with a visitor in her studio.
An Open Studios visitor takes a look from inside resident Vessna Perunovich's work.
Hilario Ortega shovels dirt into the machine installation in his studio.
Leif Elggren's performance, The Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland, performed with his New York friends and colleagues, Andrea Beeman, Ken Montgomery, Fabio Roberti, Marja-leena Sillanpää and Lary Seven.
Published on December 31, 1969 by AB | Tags: New York City