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Open Sessions Announces 2014-16 Artists; First Exhibit to Open 3/6

Open Sessions Announces 2014-16 Artists; First Exhibit to Open 3/6

The Drawing Center has announced the selected artists for Open Sessions. A two-year program open to artists working in a variety of disciplines, Open Sessions will offer exhibition opportunities in The Drawing Center's Lab Space and other venues, as well as studio visits, public programs, and informal gatherings. These programs will be cooperatively organized by Open Sessions Curators Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal and groups of the participating artists, with support from Open Sessions Fellows Kamrooz Aram, Nathan Carter, Emilie Clark, and E.V. Day. For more information about Open Sessions, click here.

The first exhibition will open in The Drawing Center's Lab Gallery on March 6, featuring the work of Eleanor Aldrich, Derek Dunlop, Heather Hart, Yara Pina, Andrew Ross, Lauren Seiden, and Barbara Weissberger. A closing reception will be held Sunday, March 23, from 4-6pm.

The 2014-2016 Open Sessions artists are:
Eleanor Aldrich
Amadeo Azar
Colleen Asper & Marika Kandelaki
Lauren Bakst
Daniel Barroca
Zoe Beloff
Jimbo Blachly
Becky Brown
Matt Bua & Maximilian Goldfarb
Ernesto Caivano
Maurice Carlin
Lea Cetera & Alexandra Lerman
Youmna Chlala
Chokra
Onyedika Chuke
Annette Cords
Marlon de Azambuja
Kerry Downey
Derek Dunlop

Nicolás Dumit Estévez & Laia Solé

Joey Fauerso
Heather Hart
Tatiana Istomina
Steffani Jemison
Brad Killam
Daniel Lichtman & Laura Morrison
Patte Loper
Yuri Masnyj
Harold Mendez
Nyeema Morgan
Marcelo Moscheta
Matt Neff
Kamau Patton
Yara Pina
Catya Plate
Ronny Quevedo
Sarada Rauch
Susan Robb
Zach Rockhill
Andrew Ross
Lauren Seiden
Mona Sharma
Adam Shecter
Lior Shvil
Alfred Steiner
Naho Taruishi
Jina Valentine
Arturs Virtmanis
Barbara Weissberger
Open Sessions Announces 2014-16 Artists; First Exhibit to Open 3/6


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