Artists Draw Their Studios

September 12, 2019

Art and Culture Center, Hollywood, FL

September 14, 2019 - January 5, 2020

 

 

 

Invited by artist and guest curator, Michelle Weinberg, more than 50 artists will contribute drawings of their workplaces in a unique project that exposes the diverse ways that artists perceive their own creative work and lives.

 

Part of this group are artists who participated in THE LINE DRAWING PROJECT; Julie Davidow, Joana Fischer, Felice Grodin, Gabriele Gutwirth, Michelle A.M. Miller, Donna Ruff, Karen Snouffer and Sara Stites.

 

Opening Reception 

Saturday, September 14, 5 - 8 pm

Free for members, $10 for non members

 

Conversation on Artists' studio practice

Sunday, October 6, 2 - 4 pm

Free for members, $7 for non members 

 

The drawings demonstrate the diverse ways that artists perceive their own work places and lives.What is a workplace like when the conventional definitions of work and play don’t apply? At a moment when art districts are tourist destinations and artworks operate like financial instruments in a booming art market, Artists Draw Their Studios is an opportunity for the public to appreciate the intimate and eccentric relationships artists have with their own workplaces. No guidelines have been given other than that the works be predominantly drawing. Artists at different stages of their careers have been invited to participate. Some drawings are observational, others conceptual representations of a studio. Some studios may be traditional, with easels and paint-spattered rags, others may be virtual, exisiting only in electronic format. Some artists are always on the move, others in long-term situations tethered to their home lives. Nomadic, co-working, and tele-commuting work styles have up-ended our pictures of work and workspaces across society. A pressurized directive for everyone to be more entrepreneurial has ratcheted up stress and erased boundaries of work and home, public and private. Artists Draw Their Studios will reveal how the ultimate self-directed “workers” inhabit their spaces. The majority of the artists participating are located in New York and South Florida, but several hail from other US regions and other countries. The roster is expected to expand. 

 

Participating artists include:

Harumi Abe

Ruth Avra

Maria Theresa Barbist

Elysa Batista

Carol K. Brown

Amalia Caputo

Dimitry Chamy

Rosemarie Chiarlone

Clifton Childree

Jen Clay

Yanira Collado

Elisabeth Condon

Julie Davidow

Madeline Denaro

Christian Duran

Ann Egan

Franklin Einspruch

Virginia Fifield

Joana Fischer

Chris Friday

Nereida Garcia Ferraz

Brian Gefen

AdrienneRose Gionta

Francie Bishop Good

Felice Grodin

Gabriele Gutwirth

Theresa Hackett

Henning Haupt

Jeanne Jaffe

Regina Jestrow

Karla Kantorovich

Kandy Lopez

Nancy Lorenz

Judy Mannarino

Laura Marsh

Molly McGreevy

Michelle A.M. Miller

Beatriz Monteavaro

Khaulah Naima Nuruddin

Kerry Phillips

Judith Robertson

Lisa Rockford

Donna Ruff

Bonnie Rychlak

Shuli Sade

Carolina Salazar

Yolanda Sanchez

Patricia Schnall Gutierrez

Onajide Shabaka

Karen Snouffer

Sara Stites

Nina Surel

Carolyn Swiszcz

Marisabela Telleria

Kristen Thiele

Sarah Trigg

Amber Tutwiler

Michon Weeks

Michelle Weinberg

Jill Weisberg

 

This exhibition is produced in collaboration with Available Space, supporting artist initiatives. Availablespaceishere.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Julie Davidow

 

 

Joana Fischer

 

 

 

Felice Grodin

 

 

 

Gabriele Gutwirth

 

 

 

Michelle A.M. Miller

 

 

Karen Snouffer

 

 

Sara Stites

 

 

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