ISE Cultural Foundation NY is pleased to present an exciting new program, “Studio Visit NYC”. In this program a small group of people visit artists’ studios in NYC and look at their work closely and hear about the process and concept of creation from artists directly in their working environment. You don’t have to be an artist or curator to join the visit. Anyone who is interested in art is welcome to participate in this program.
Our first visit will be the studios of Jenny Chen and Masaaki Noda in SOHO, Manhattan. This is going to be a rare opportunity to visit these established artists’ studios in SOHO and talk to them directly in person.
Photos: Left: Jenny Chen, Untitled Right: Masaaki Noda, “The Spirit of Hermes” in Marathon Stadium, Greece
*This event is finished.
Date: Tuesday, April 5th, 2016, 1:00 pm *This program will be approximately 3 hours.
Place: SOHO, New York *All participants meet in SOHO. We will contact each participant where to meet in SOHO in advance.
Capacity: 10 people
How to participate: Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 18th. When participants reach the capacity, registration will be finished. Participants have reached the capacity. Thank you. Please write the followings on your email: *Required
- would like to participate in the Studio Visit NYC April 5 *
-Your name *
-Phone # and Email address *
-Occupation (**Optional Example: Student, Artist)
Lives and works in New York. Chen graduated from National Chengchi University in Taipei and then received MFA from Pratt Institute in NYC in 1990. She has been showing her work internationally in US, Asia as well as in Europe. Her work is public collections of Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, Pratt Institute, New York, Shanghai Art Museum, China among others. Her recent solo exhibitions include “Sequence of Living Color” Kalo Gallery, Taipei, 2014, “Without End” ISE Cultural Foundation Gallery, New York, 2012, “Time-Flow- Works by Jenny Chen” Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2010.
Originally from Hiroshima, lives and works in New York. After graduating from Osaka University of Art, Osaka, in1977 moved to New York City and learned at the Art Students League of New York. Noda has had solo exhibitions in US, Asia and Europe. Addition to his long career as a painter and print-maker, recently Noda has been creating large scale, Stainless Steel Sculptures in Greece, Japan and China. His commissioned work includes; “The Spirit of Hermes”, Marathon Stadium, Marathon Municipality, Greece, ”Gale Flash Back”, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima and “Lafcadio Hearn-Odyssey of an Open Mind”, Lafcadio Hearn Historical Center, Lefkas, Greece among others.