Open House With Open Studios, IASPIS
OPEN HOUSE WITH OPEN STUDIOS
Curators: Stella d’Ailly and Aldy Milliken
August 30-September 1, 2007
At a new location Iaspis opens the season with the first Open house. In our studios and our project studio a number of Iaspis grant holders will be showing sculpture, film, graphics, performance and much more. Filters for the Open house of fall 2007 are Stella d’Ailly and Aldy Milliken.
Julieta Aranda, Mexico City/New York/Berlin; Leya Mira Brander, SÃ£o Paulo; Matthew Buckingham, New York; Ana Paula Cohen, SÃ£o Paulo; Andris Eglitis, Riga; Morgan Fisher, Los Angeles (grant holder in MalmÃ¶); Emma Kihl, Stockholm; Daniela Labra, Rio de Janeiro/SÃ£o Paulo; Jenny Perlin, New York; Lisi Raskin, Brooklyn/New York; Inta Ruka, Riga; Jakob Senneby, Stockholm; Laura Stasiulyte, Vilnius; Nina Svensson, Stockholm; Rirkrit Tiravanija, Buenos Aires/Bangkok/New York/Berlin; Alexander Vaindorf, Moscow/Stockholm; Jelena Vesic, Belgrade; Alex Villar, New York; Andrea Wollensak, New London (grant holder in Gothenburg); Carla Zaccagnini, SÃ£o Paulo.
Maria Skolgata 83, 2nd floor
SE-118 53 Stockholm
+46-8-50 65 50 00
Iaspis is a Swedish exchange program whose main purpose is to facilitate creative dialogues between visual artists in Sweden and the international contemporary art scene. Iaspis encompasses an international studio program in Sweden, a support structure for exhibitions and residencies abroad for Swedish based artists, as well as program of seminars, exhibitions and publications. Iaspis is the international program of the Visual Arts Fund, a branch of the Arts Grants Committee.
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