Event
October 17, 2022, 6:30-8:30pm

Celebrate the Studio: A Closing Event for ISCP's 2022 Benefit Auction

Join the International Studio & Curatorial Program on Monday, October 17, 2022, from 6:30-8:30pm at James Cohan, New York for the closing of the 2022 Benefit Auction with honoree Moko Fukuyama.

ISCP is a laboratory for the world’s most promising artists and curators, a place for innovation and experimentation. Thanks to the generosity of artists, all proceeds will directly further ISCP’s mission of advancing the careers of innovative art practitioners from around the globe and serving New York City publics year-round.

Attend Celebrate the Studio to help nurture visionary artists and curators through career-enhancing residencies. Join us to celebrate 27 years of ISCP’s work and dedication to offer the invaluable resources of time, space, and community for arts makers to thrive.

Purchase your ticket here.

Tickets:
Raffle ticket: $30
Sponsor An Artist: $40
Individual ticket: $50 — SOLD OUT
Friend ticket: $100 — SOLD OUT
Raffle ticket bundle (5 tickets): $100
VIP ticket: $250
Supporter ticket: $500

Click here to browse and bid on artworks in the 2022 Benefit Auction.

Celebrate the Studio will feature:

  • Presentation by honoree Moko Fukuyama
  • Artworks from the ISCP 2022 Benefit Auction, powered by Artsy running from October 3-18
  • Live auction of artworks by Joan Jonas, Martine Gutierrez, Melissa Joseph, and Alex Katz, conducted by Sarah Krueger of Phillips
  • Raffle led by 2022 Benefit co-chairs Patricia L. Brundage and Sophie O. Riese
  • Beer by Grimm Artisanal Ales
  • Wine by maivino
  • And more!

Light fare by Campbell & Co. will be served throughout the event.

2022 Celebrate the Studio Raffle Prizes: Keith Haring skateboard decks ($550); Sarah Sze Artware Editions plate ($195); Pedro Reyes Artist Edition of Tequila Casa Dragones Joven ($1,350); Two-night stay in Greenwood Lake ($1,050); One year subscription to CreativeStudy ($100); ISCP Young Patrons Membership ($250); NARS favor bag with 10+ cosmetics ($315); One year membership at the Brooklyn Museum Young Leadership Council ($750); and more!

Online artwork bidding on Artsy will begin October 3 at 12pm EDT!

2022 Benefit Auction Artwork:

Ferguson Amo,* Anna Arnauld, Joseph Buckley,* Ellen Carey, Mary Cassatt, Jesse Chun,* John Coplans, Craig Drennen, Max Estenger, Baris Gokturk,* Martine Gutierrez,* Arturo Herrera,* Duy Hoàng,* Joan Jonas, Melissa Joseph, Alex Katz, Lauren Kelley,* John L. Moore, Cary Leibowitz, Judith Linhares, Igor Makarevich, Amanda Means, Melissa Meyer, Manuel Molina Martagon, Devin N. Morris,* Alison Nguyen,* Ruth Orkin, Virginia Overton, Judith Blum Reddy, Susan Rothenberg, Pauline Shaw,* Ward Shelley, Gabriel Sierra, Francesco Simeti,* Sturtevant, Richard Tsao, Martha Wilson, Betty Yu,* and Sarah Zapata.*

*ISCP Alumni

A new limited edition by Michael Rakowitz will also be on view.

2022 Benefit Committee: Danny Báez, Emma Bowen, Patricia L. Brundage (Co-Chair) and Billy Copley, Susan Brundage, Sarah Burney, David C. Terry, Yng-Ru Chen and Devin Gordon, Iliya Fridman, Alexandra Friedman, Karyn Issa Ginsberg-Greenwald, Cristina Gómez, Victoria Hawkins, Barbara Heizer, Sarah Jones, Karen Karp, Jeffrey Lee, Renè Melchor, Kai Matsumiya, John L. Moore, Cara M. Sheffler, Sophie O. Riese (Co-Chair) and Ian Muñoz, Lèna Saltos, Aaron Schwarz, Julia Speed, Naomi Firestone-Teeter and Adam Teeter, Mimi Thompson, Christina Yang, Meg and Richard Zakin.

ISCP Board of Directors: Danny Báez, Courtney Willis Blair, Patricia L. Brundage, Yng-Ru Chen, Dennis Elliott, Monica Espinel, William Harrison, Sarah Jones, Karen Karp, Samar Maziad, Manu Mohan, Sophie O. Riese, Lèna Saltos, Marjorie Welish, and Arthur Zegelbone. 

ISCP thanks to the following donors and supporters:

Audree Anid; Art Projects International, New York; Danny Báez; Andrew Barron; Jayne H. Baum; Brooklyn Museum; Patricia L. Brundage; Julia Clark; James Cohan; Celine Collazo; Caroline Couch;  CreativeStudy; Mary Engel; Francesca Minini, Milano; Gagosian; Grimm Artisanal Ales; Cristina Gómez; Victoria Hawkins; ISCP Young Patrons; JHB Gallery, New York; Kathryn T. Johnson; Sarah Jones; Steven Kaminski; Aditi Kapoor; Karen Karp; Quillan Rosen Kaser; Sarah Krueger of Phillips; Susan Laney; Laney Contemporary, Savannah; Jeff Lee; Paula Longendyke; Luce Productions; Lucy Lydon; Luhring Augustine, New York; Maivino; Marlborough, New York; Rene Melchor; John L. Moore; Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto; NARS Cosmetics; New Discretions, New York; Pierogi Gallery, New York; P·P·O·W Gallery, New York; REGULARNORMAL; Sophie O. Riese; Ruth Orkin Photo Archive, New York; RYAN LEE Gallery, New York; Lena Saltos; Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York; Julia Speed; Tequila Casa Dragones; The Art Newspaper; Gwenn Thomas; UOVO; Magalie Valverde; Mai Vu; Douglas Walla; Marjorie Welish; and Arthur Zegelbone.

ISCP is extremely grateful to our event partners and sponsors James Cohan, Phillips, UOVO, The Art Newspaper, maivino, and Grimm Artisanal Ales.

Moko Fukyama’s residency at ISCP in 2020 was generously supported by Alice and Lawrence Weiner, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, New York City Council District 34, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, Hartfield Foundation, Danna and Ed Ruscha, and the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation.

Can’t attend? Donate to support ISCP here.

For questions or more information, contact Houda Lazrak at hlazrak@iscp-nyc.org.

6:30-8:30pm

ISCP Talk
October 12, 2022, 6–7pm

Alban Muja and Kari Conte in Conversation

For this ISCP Talk, ISCP alumnus Alban Muja will be in conversation with Kari Conte.

In their conversation, Muja and Conte will discuss the artist’s 2021 ISCP solo exhibition, Family Album, that restaged the Kosovo Pavilion of the 58th Venice Biennale. It featured a three-channel documentary video installation tracing the stories of several Kosovo children from the Kosovo War in 1998 and 1999 to their present-day realities. They will also consider Muja’s latest installation and paintings for Manifesta 14 in Prishtina. This clandestine project titled Above Everyone looks at the post-war vernacular architecture that sprouted on the roofs of existing buildings in Kosovo. 

Alban Muja is a Kosovan contemporary artist who lives and works between Berlin and Prishtina. Influenced primarily by the social, political and economic transformation processes in the wider surrounding region, he investigates history and socio-political themes and links them to his position in Kosovo today.

Muja’s selected exhibitions include: Manifesta 14, Prishtina; Ludwig Museum, Budapest; MAXXI Museum, Rome; Autostrada Biennale; Charim Gallery, Vienna; 3rd Industrial Art Biennial, Istria, Croatia; Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, MOMus Experimental Center for the Arts, Thessaloniki; Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn; Guangdong Museum of Art; Museum Of Contemporary Art – Skopje; MeetFactory, Prague; James Gallery, New York; City Art Gallery of Ljubljana; Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou; Museum of Fine Art, Split; National Gallery of Kosovo; National Gallery of Arts, Tirana; as well as many others.

Kari Conte is a curator and writer focused on global contemporary art. She is Senior Advisor, ISCP. 

By visiting ISCP, you agree to abide by the following health and safety policies. Please make sure to plan ahead for your visit.
  • Four visitors are allowed in the galleries at a time, and appointments are required. Please write to info@iscp-nyc.org to schedule an appointment.
  • All visitors are required to maintain social distancing, keeping six feet from anyone not in their party.
  • Masks or face coverings are strongly recommended but not mandatory.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available for visitors.
  • If you have fever, chills, cough, muscle pains, headache, loss of taste or smell, or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19 prior to your visit, please contact us to reschedule.
  • An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other infectious conditions exists in any public space where people are present. Those visiting the International Studio & Curatorial Program voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, other infectious conditions, and other hazards that may be present in a public space.

Major support for this program is provided by the Embassy of the Republic of Kosovo. This program is also supported by the The Consulate General of the Republic of Kosovo in New York; Hartfield Foundation; Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; New York City Council District 34; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and William Talbott Hillman Foundation.

6–7pm

Participating Residents

Event
October 3–October 18, 2022

2022 ISCP Benefit Auction

October 3–October 18, 12PM EDT: Silent Auction on Artsy
October 3–October 17, 6:30PM EDT: Live Auction Lots on Artsy
October 17, 7:30PM EDT: Live Auction at James Cohan conducted by Sarah Krueger of Phillips

The International Studio & Curatorial Program 2022 Benefit Auction powered by Artsy features over 35 works by ISCP’s international alumni and supporters, with a range of pieces by emerging, mid-career, and world-renowned artists.

Click here to browse and bid on Silent Auction artworks.

Click here to browse and bid on Live Auction artworks.

Register on Artsy today and bid to support ISCP!

Auction Artworks by:

Ferguson Amo,* Anna Arnauld, Joseph Buckley,* Ellen Carey, Mary Cassatt, Jesse Chun,* John Coplans, Craig Drennen, Max Estenger, Baris Gokturk,* Martine Gutierrez,* Arturo Herrera,* Duy Hoàng,* Joan Jonas, Melissa Joseph, Alex Katz, Lauren Kelley,* John L. Moore, Cary Leibowitz, Judith Linhares, Igor Makarevich, Amanda Means, Melissa Meyer, Manuel Molina Martagon, Devin N. Morris,* Alison Nguyen,* Ruth Orkin, Virginia Overton, Judith Blum Reddy, Susan Rothenberg, Pauline Shaw,* Ward Shelley, Gabriel Sierra, Francesco Simeti,* Sturtevant, Richard Tsao, Martha Wilson, Betty Yu,* and Sarah Zapata.*

*ISCP Alumni

A new limited edition by Michael Rakowitz and other limited editions are also available for purchase.

Since 1994, ISCP has welcomed over 1,800 residents from 90 countries to its residency program, offering a platform for the creative development and exchange between artists and curators. Help support ISCP’s mission to build and sustain a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences.

Thanks to the generosity of our artists and donors, all proceeds from the 2022 ISCP Benefit Auction will fund future residencies.

Join ISCP on Wednesday, Monday 17, 2022, from 6:30-8:30 PM EDT at James Cohan for an in-person closing event for the 2022 Benefit Auction with honoree ISCP alumna Moko Fukuyama.

Click here to purchase your ticket.

The 2022 Benefit Committee:
Danny Báez, Emma Bowen, Patricia L. Brundage (Co-Chair) and Billy Copley, Susan Brundage, Sarah Burney, David C. Terry, Yng-Ru Chen and Devin Gordon, Iliya Fridman, Alexandra Friedman, Karyn Issa Ginsberg-Greenwald, Cristina Gómez, Victoria Hawkins, Barbara Heizer, Sarah Jones, Karen Karp, Jeffrey Lee, Renè Melchor, Kai Matsumiya, John L. Moore, Cara M. Sheffler, Sophie O. Riese (Co-Chair) and Ian Muñoz, Lèna Saltos, Aaron Schwarz, Julia Speed, Naomi Firestone-Teeter and Adam Teeter, Mimi Thompson, Christina Yang, Meg and Richard Zakin.

ISCP Board of Directors:
Danny Báez, Courtney Willis Blair, Patricia L. Brundage, Yng-Ru Chen, Dennis Elliott, Monica Espinel, William Harrison, Sarah Jones, Karen Karp, Samar Maziad, Manu Mohan, Sophie O. Riese, Lèna Saltos, Marjorie Welish, and Arthur Zegelbone.

ISCP thanks the following donors and supporters:
Audree Anid; Art Projects International, New York; Danny Báez; Andrew Barron; Jayne H. Baum; Brooklyn Museum; Patricia L. Brundage; Morgan Bordlemay; Julia Clark; James Cohan; Celine Collazo; Caroline Couch;  CreativeStudy; Mary Engel; Francesca Minini, Milano; Gagosian; Grimm Artisanal Ales; Cristina Gómez; Victoria Hawkins; ISCP Young Patrons; JHB Gallery, New York; Kathryn T. Johnson; Sarah Jones; Steven Kaminski; Aditi Kapoor; Karen Karp; Quillan Rosen Kaser; Beth Kreider; Sarah Krueger of Phillips; Susan Laney; Laney Contemporary, Savannah; Jeff Lee; Paula Longendyke; Luce Productions; Lucy Lydon; Luhring Augustine, New York; Maivino; Marlborough, New York; Rene Melchor; John L. Moore; Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto; NARS Cosmetics; New Discretions, New York; Pierogi Gallery, New York; P·P·O·W Gallery, New York; REGULARNORMAL; Sophie O. Riese; Ruth Orkin Photo Archive, New York; RYAN LEE Gallery, New York; Lena Saltos; Sikkema Jenkins & Co, New York; Hayden Smith; Julia Speed; Tequila Casa Dragones; The Art Newspaper; Gwenn Thomas; UOVO; Magalie Valverde; Julie Verdugo; Mai Vu; Douglas Walla; Marjorie Welish; and Arthur Zegelbone.

ISCP is extremely grateful to our event partners and sponsors James Cohan, Phillips, UOVO, The Art Newspaper, maivino, and Grimm Artisanal Ales.

Moko Fukuyama’s residency at ISCP in 2020-22 was generously supported by Alice and Lawrence Weiner, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, New York City Council District 34, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, Hartfield Foundation, Danna and Ed Ruscha, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Artist.

Can’t attend? Donate to support ISCP here.

For questions or additional information, please contact Houda Lazrak, Director of Development and Communications, at hlazrak@iscp-nyc.org.