The Triangle Artists’ Workshop was created in 1982 by artist Anthony Caro and is known for its intensity of dialogue and the unique artistic community it generates. This summer the Workshop will assemble artists from around the world once again to make art intensely together for two weeks—working side-by-side, eating meals, and tirelessly exchanging ideas.
The 2015 Workshop will take place from August 23 – September 6 at Salem Art Works, located on the site of a century-old dairy farm on 120 acres of rolling hillside in rural upstate New York. Artists from across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America will participate, including:
Neil Ayling (UK)
Caroline Bouissou (France)
Maud Bryt (US)
Andres Carranza (Costa Rica)
Thomas Couderc (France)
Jean-Philippe Dordolo (France)
Carl E. Hazlewood (Guyana/US)
Daniel Horowitz (US)
Ariel Kleinberg (US)
Rose Kirumira (Uganda)
Céline Lastennet (France)
Rob List (US)
Leif Low-Beer (US)
Joshua J. Miller (US)
Ye-Eun Min (South Korea)
Trokon Nagbe (US/Liberia)
Carlos Pileggi (Brazil/Belgium)
Yann Pocreau (Canada)
John Roach (US)
Zoya Siddiqui (Pakistan)
Jill Trappler (South Africa)
Denise Treizman (Chile)
Julie Trudel (Canada)
Wing Yee Winnie Yoe (Hong Kong)
Save the date! We invite you to join us on Saturday, September 5th for our open-to-the-public Open Studios in Salem, NY. More details to come. A huge thank you to all of our supporters for making this 2015 Artists’ Workshop possible.
Ethan Cohen New York is pleased to present our summer 2015 group show IN THE CLOUD. The exhibition will run from June 25th to August 28th , 2015.
IN THE CLOUD invokes two definitions of "Cloud" which have converged in our time. The first comes down to us from the ancients, the idea of an invisible influence from above as expressed these days through process art. The second is an attempt to digest, through painting and new media, the technology-based 'Cloud' phenomenon. Where we once looked to the clouds to guide us, we now trust The Cloud with our personal mysteries: our memories, relationships, and virtual identity. Both are significant in our consciousness, requiring us to believe in the things that we cannot see. Your hands can’t hold your data and your face won’t meet the gods.
Featuring artworks by Hans Breder, Taha Heydari, Deshawn Dumas, Mollie McKinley, Greg Haberny, Daniel Horowitz, Buhua Liu, Eric Yevak, Noah Sokoloff, Jake Cartwright, Isaac Aden, Sylvia Feliz, Liliana Gao, Mark John Smith, Michael Patton, Matt Whitman, Jon Tsoi, Joseph Ayers, Vargas-Suarez Universal, Christopher Lin, Nikita Shoshensky and opening reception sound installation by Data Garden.
International multimedia exhibition
Galerija umjetnina / Museum of Fine Arts
Ulica kralja Tomislava 15
Artists: Naomi Campbell, Davide Cantoni, Atalai Gábor, Ivo Gattin, Momčilo Golub, Kio Griffith, Daniel Horowitz, Yi-Ping Hou, Željko Jerman, Kismányoky Károly, Željko Kipke, Yves Klein, Milan Knižák, Siniša Labrović, Katalin Ladik, Bennett Lieberman, Marcos Lutyens, Dalibor Martinis, Ana Mendieta, Ivan Mesek, Marijan Molnar, Antun Motika, Marko Pogačnik, Anne Morgan Spalter, Jan Steklík, Mladen Stilinović, Damir Stojnić, Bill Viola
Curated by: Kóan Jeff Baysa & Branko Franceschi
DANIEL HOROWITZ: PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE
Curated by Mitra Khorasheh and Elise Herget
March 12 – April 12, 2015 by appointment only
The Dept. of Signs and Symbols, 54 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Opening reception: Thursday, March 12, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Working weekly with Lulu Miller and Alix Spiegel in creating visuals for the most popular podcast on the internet.
Happy to be participating in a group show of Latin American artists at Gallery MC. Opening is Saturday Janaury 17th
I am excited to announce my debut solo show in Mexico City with Karen Huber Gallery, preview October 8th and opening to the public on October 9th. I will be presenting paintings created on site in Mexico City as well as 40 works on paper.
Residency Unlimited (RU) supports the creation, presentation and dissemination of contemporary art through its unique residency program and year-round public programs. We forge strategic partnerships with collaborating institutions to offer customized residencies designed to meet the individual needs of participating artists and curators. Residents benefit from our diverse network of partners, which allows for flexibility, customization and access to a wide range of services and resources including but not limited to studio/workspaces. We facilitate connections in and outside the art world, offer hands-on production and technical assistance, and professional development opportunities. Dialogue and exchange happen through talks and other public programs, which take place at our Brooklyn location: a creative hub for our expanding community of artists, curators, partners, collaborators, and international visitors. We work together with our residents and partners to develop a residency experience that optimizes opportunities while meeting the goals, needs and visions of participating artists and curators. Residencies may focus on research and dialogue rather than on traditional production formats. In addition, to the local New York-based residencies, we offer national and international exchanges, and year-round public programs which cover a broad range of topics at the forefront of contemporary art practice and critical discourse.
New York artist Daniel Horowitz has been invited to create a site specific installation, метаморфоза, for the gallery vitrine, in addition to producing a limited edition exhibition catalog.
L'INLASSABLE Galerie 18 rue Dauphine - 13 bis rue de Nevers, 75006 Paris
L’INLASSABLE GALERIE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS PARTICIPATION IN SCOPE NEW YORK 2014 FROM MARCH 6 TO 9. A SELECTION OF WORKS BY YVES KLEIN, CAROLINE CORBASSON, DANIEL HOROWITZ AND REINHARD VOSS WILL BE PRESENTED AT THIS OCCASION. Come visit us booth E03, 312 West 33rd Street, New York, 10001, USA.
Happy to announce that the poster designed for the Europe 14|14 competition has won the second and final round of voting. As 2014 marks the centennial commemoration of the onset of WWI, the poster conveys the significance of the war and its legacy for modern Europe. I arrived at the image of a galloping Pegasus rendered in the form of a cage housing a bird yearning to arise from its past, stronger and more vibrant than before.
The studio is proud to present our newest collaboration with GREY AREA. Lost Identity is a body of work consisting of silver nitrate treated glass panels mounted in fire treated antique frames. These objects, with their smokily obscured surfaces and deteriorating frames, serve as sites for the exploration of personal identity, and how it coalesces and transforms.
This past week, GREY AREA hosted a wonderful holiday party to launch their new showroom FORT GREY, where the series is currently on view. For more information click here.
This past month, we worked with curator Gaelle Porte to host an event at our studio with Gertrude, a group dedicated to facilitating dialogue in intimate settings between artists, collectors, and the interested public. Founded in December 2012, Gertrude seeks to build upon the legacy of their namesake Gertrude Stein, creating a network of art lovers, and re-imagining salon-style viewing for the 21st century.
The visit sparked a great conversation, and we were very happy to host such a great group of guests. To read more about the studio visit and other Gertrude events, click here.