September 18 - November 14
A survey of work by artists of diverse cultural backgrounds who have come to live and work in New York City. The transcultural nature of New York provides a new dimension to each artist's work. By presenting these artists together, we open the possibilities for their work to be seen in a different aesthetic context. The show included painting, sculpture, and installations by: Sonia Balassanian, Zigi Ben-Haim, Theresa Cha, Miguel Chevalier, Thom Corn, Marcos Dimas, Baldo Diodato, Arlan Huang, Margo Machida, Marcos Margall, Nivola Naimo, Diego Quintero, Charles Biasiny-Rivera, Jacques Roch, Nieves Saah, Toshio Sasaki, Corrinne Segal, Leonid Sokov, Chihung Yang, Charles Yuen, Purvis Young.
A video program included work by artists now living in the United States whose work reflect the transcultural shift. Screenings were shown throughout the month. Program included work by Irit Batsry, Caterina Borelli, Liza Bear, Jaime Davidovich, Dimitri Devyatkin, Lily Diaz, Juan Downey, Karena Hrechdakian, Tony Labat, Miroslaw Rogala, Steina Vasulka, Regina Vater.
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