May 16 2014
New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation
NARS FOUNDATION 8th Annual
The NARS Foundation invites you down to Sunset Park to experience artists in their natural habitat: the studio. The NARS Open Studios offer a platform to foster the invaluable exchange between artist and community. Artists open their doors to expose an otherwise private workspace, gaining feedback and broader exposure that might lead to other opportunities. Neighbors and visitors, in turn, get access to the creative process happening right next door and a glimpse into spaces that they might not otherwise see.
Participating artists: Elodie Abergel, Jose Arenas, Niamul Bari, Ross Berry, Santiago Silva Daza, Ana Delgado, Tai Hwa Goh, Katya Grokhovsky, Ronald Hall, Noël St. John Harnden, Delphine Hennelly, Yi-Boe Huynh, Aleksandra Ioseliani, Tadasuke Jinno, Sophie Kahn, Jan Kaláb, Liliya Lifanova, Cristian I. Mejia, Tracy Miller, Kristine Moran, Ann Oren, Nicola Page, Min Ho Shin, Mark John Smith, Carly Snoswell, Brian Stinemetz, Kate Stone, Masaki Takizawa, Austin Evans Turner and Matt Whitman.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 30th from 6-9pm
Open Studios continue to May 31st from 1-6pm
Join the artists the evening Open Studios for a sneak peek and celebration of their new works in conjunction with the opening of Parallel Shift, the 2014 Season I & II Residency Exhibition.
May 23 - June 20, 2014
The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is delighted to present Parallel Shift, in which Residency Artists simultaneously explore new work created during their residency and revisit previous work to investigate their foundation. The exhibition features selections from the work of 2014 Season I & II Residency
Artists: Elodie Abergel, Tai Hwa Goh, Ronald Hall, Delphine Hennelly, Tadasuke Jinno, Sophie Kahn,
Liliya Lifanova, Ann Oren, Nicola Page, Esther Simmonds-MacAdam, Carly Snoswell, Kate Stone,
and Brigitta Varadi.
Short Listed For 100 Painters of Tomorrow Book, Published by Thames & Hudson.
"100 Painters of Tomorrow, edited by Kurt Beers, will be published by Thames & Hudson in 2014 and accompanied by a major exhibition of contemporary painting at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts. The publication will feature texts giving essential biographical information on these rising stars, accompanied by quotations from the artists themselves, providing personal insights into their thinking and practice. Lavishly illustrated with more than 300 colour images, it will be the intelligent and definitive guide to the outstanding painters of the future."
The Jury consists of: Thames & Hudson editor Jacky Klein; the painter Cecily Brown; curators Suzanne Cotter, Tony Godfrey, Yuko Hasegawa, Gregor Muir, Sir Norman Rosenthal and Philip Tinari; the writers Suzanne Hudson and Barry Schwabsky; and collector-philanthropist Valeria Napoleone