The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) announces the first edition of Summer Open House, an evening of live performances and studio presentations.
ISCP celebrates New York City’s long and breezy summer evening by inviting visitors to engage in conversations about international contemporary art with arts professionals from around the world. This first-time event features indoor and outdoor components in ISCP’s loft building on the border of Bushwick and Williamsburg. ISCP was created in 1994 to establish an international community of artists and curators in New York City, and support their creative advancement.
Summer Open House 2018 will include live performances on ISCP’s loading dock*, curated by ISCP resident Julie Møller Horne (Curator, Horsens Art Museum, Denmark), from 6-7pm. The 35 artists and curators from 24 countries in residence at ISCP will then open their studios to the public from 7-9pm.
Hikaru Fujii: The Primary Fact, will also be on view during Summer Open House.
Summer Open House marks the closing of Sonia Louise Davis’s solo exhibition Sound Gestures. A performance by Davis featuring live vocals and movement will take place at 6:45pm.
Schedule: 6-7pm: Live performances on the loading dock 7-9pm: Resident studios open to the public