2000–2001 National and International Studio Program Exhibition

April 26–June 16, 2001

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center announces an exhibition of work by the 2000–2001 P.S.1 National and International Studio Program Artists, opening at the Clocktower Gallery, 108 Leonard Street in Manhattan. The exhibition is curated by Paulo Herkenhoff, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.

P.S.1's National and International Studio Program is comprised of a wide range of artistic perspectives represented not only by the global nature of the program but also through the program's encouragement of diverse interests, creative currents, and counterculture. The P.S.1/Clocktower National & International Studio Program Exhibition will include video, film, performance, sound installations, installations, multi-media, painting, and photography by 21 artists and artist groups from 15 countries.

2000–2001 Studio Program Artists included in the exhibition are Adel Abdessemed, Rosa Brückl and Gregor Schmoll, Christoph Büchel, Ritseart Ten Cate, Chin-Wai Ching, Maria Cruz, Nicolas Dumit Estevez, Thomas Giles, Ellen Harvey, Martin Healy, Emily Jacir, Norma Jeane, Angelika Middendorf, Begoa Muoz, Susan Philipsz, Gert Robijns, Gedi Sibony, Fynnegan Sloyan, Stephen Vitiello, Junya Yamaide, and Young-Seok Yoon.

The P.S.1 International Studio Program Council:
A.A.V.C. (Associaci d'Artistes Visuals de Catalunya), Spain; A.F.A.A. (Association Franaise d'Action Artistique), France; Afdeling Beeldende Kunst en Musea, Belgium; Alitalia Airlines
American Austrian Foundation, New York; Australian Council for the Arts; Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland; Asian Cultural Council, New York; Austrian Cultural Institute, New York; Austrian Federal Chancellery, Department for the Arts, Austria Barbara Burgerhout Benazzo; Berlin Senate, Office for Science, Research and the Arts, Germany Bulgari; The Consulate General of Italy, New York; The Consulate General of The Netherlands, New York; The Consulate General of Switzerland, New York; D.A.P. (Delegation aux Arts Plastiques), France; The Federal Office of Culture, Switzerland; Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain; Peter C. Hobart; Hong Kong Arts Development Council, Hong Kong; Instituto Italiano di Cultura, New York; The Irish American Cultural Institute
The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation; Magazzino d'Arte Moderna; Ministerie van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Belgium; Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Ufficio III
Revista Estilo, Miami; Sony Computer Entertainment Italia; SpA Sperone Westwater;
Stichting Fonds Voor Beeldende Kunsten, Vormgeving en Bouwkunst, The Netherlands;
Swiss Ministry of Home Affairs, Switzerland

 

The Italian Studio Program is organized by Italre with sponsorship by Italre, illycaffé, and Istituto Italiano di Cultura, NYCultural Services of the French Embassy, New York.

Additional Support Provided by The Chase Manhattan Bank The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.