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Saturday, September 29, 2018

NEW YORK | Day-trip to Industry City Artist Studios

Start Date: 9/29/2018 10:00 AM EDT
End Date: 9/29/2018 5:30 PM EDT

Venue Name: Industry City

Location:
274 36th Street
Brooklyn, NY  United States  11232

Organization Name: ArtTable NY

Contact:
ArtTable Programs
Email: programs@arttable.org
Phone: 212 343 1735 Ext. 13


 

FEE
Members I $65
Guests | $75

 

Join ArtTable New York for private studio visits, a delicious lunch and wine tasting at Industry City, Brooklyn! Our morning will begin at 9:45am when we will visit the Dedalus Foundation library and archives with Katy Rogers, Programs Director, as well as two artist studios. After lunch at an Industry City favorite, Frying Pan, we will visit five more studios, and end the day at the final studio with a wine tasting organized by Moore Brothers. This program is open to the public and prospective members.

SCHEDULE
10:00am-10:25am
Vincent Ciniglio, Bldg. 2, 254 36th Street, Studio B-419
Vincent Ciniglio’s interest in the human figure, filtered through imagination and experience, is the subject of his paintings, which depict the human form in a number of its infinite manifestations. Ciniglio states that “through the use of color and dramatic setting, I hope to reveal a psychological and emotional reality.” 
 
10:30am-10:55am
Aleya LehmannBldg. 2, 254 36th Street, Studio B-433
Lehmann Bench is a painter turned photographer, and makes her pictures in much the same way she would make a painting, assembling all of the pieces: she constructs a “theatre set” in her studio, complete with costumes, backdrops, 
props, and sets a storyline for the long-exposure shots with the model. In her latest work, a Pierrot-like figure is presented as a “portrait of the artist”.




 
11:00am-11:45am
Dedalus Foundation, Bldg. 2, 254 36th Street, Studio 2BE
The Dedalus Foundation inherited Robert Motherwell’s professional and personal papers and memorabilia, as well as his extensive art library--all of which is housed at Industry City. Katy Rogers, VP, will take us through the archives which are not open to the public



 
12:00pm-12:30pm
Lara Nickel, Bldg. 6, 68 34th Street, Studio B-425 
Lara Nickel has just completed an epic series of paintings: “12 Horses – Homage to Jannis Kounellis”. Meticulously researched and painted, and referencing ideas in Kounellis’ original piece concerning the conceptual definition of painting, Lara is also commenting on how the literal object of paint on canvas interacts with space and time. 


12:40pm-1:30pm
Lunch at Industry City
John Corbett, Bldg. 5, 33 35th Street, Studio B-417
John Corbett’s work investigates the meaning, power and authenticity of the artists mark in the post-analog world. Blurring the lines between painting, drawing, sculpture and fabrication his practice explores ideas around digital technology and the human component.


 
2:20pm-2:50pm 
ATH Studios, Bldg. 5, 67 35th Street, Studio C-245
Andrew Hunt of ATH Studios, not only designed and built all of the ironwork on the Industry City campus, but specializes in fabricating works for well-known artists such as Arman, Ashley Bickerton and Rudolf Stingel; and for designer Helmut Lang.


 
3:05pm-3:35pm 
Sangram Majumdar, Bldg. 2, 254 36th Street, Studio B-519
Majumdar has said about his work, “I wanted a stronger, richer connection to the materiality and process. So, I stopped doing sketches more or less, and decided to make the painting the surface where everything would be worked out . . .  a decision is made, it is edited/rethought, and a new decision is made, sometimes parallel, other times contrary to the initial decision. This change is also reflective of a greater shift in my thinking of “painting” – the object, and “painting” – the experience.
 
3:55pm-4:25pm 
Margaret Evangeline, Bldg. 23, 80 39th Street, Studio 301
Margaret Evangeline’s studio is full to overflowing with camellias, the flower of her native Louisiana—not in vases, but in her exquisite, large paintings, which rush towards power and delicacy at once. The studio setting itself is magical, overlooking the industrial edge of the Hudson and the IC campus, with north light filling the vast space; it’s here where we will share a glass or two of wine at the end of the day with Margaret and the artists we’ve visited during the day . . . 


Wine Tasting Reception, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Studio of Margaret Evangeline, Bldg. 23, 80 39th Street, Studio 301

Thank you to Aleya Lehmann for organizing this day. 

  


 
 
Images:All courtesy of the artists and the Dedalus Foundation. 
All programs are non-refundable.

Having trouble registering? Need help modifying or adding a guest to your registration?  Email programs@arttable.org for assistance

 

 
 
 

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