Participating Artists: Ricardo Alzati (Mexico) Maya Attoun (Israel) Bertrand Bacaral (France) Astrid Busch (Germany) Valerio Carrubba (Italy) Sungjin Choi (Korea/New York) Jillian Conrad (USA) Alessandro Dal Pont (Italy) Ann Gollifer (Botswana) Alice Guareschi (Italy) Minji Kim (South Korea) Ethan Kruszka (United States) Dan Levenson (USA) Ghassan Maasri (Lebanon) Maggie Madden (Ireland) Kabelo Kim Modise (Namibia) Liz Murray (England) Klaus Pamminger (Austria) Keun Young Park (South Korea/United States) Emma Puntis (England) Paul Santoleri (USA) Justin Storms (USA) Jade Townsend (USA) Nicholas Tourre (France) John Wallbank (England) Sun You (Korea/New York) Suhee Wooh (Korea/New York) Francis Okoronkwo Ikechukwu, (Nigeria)
Triangle Arts Association is pleased to announce the 2008 Triangle Artists’ Workshop, an intense two-week long studio program for visual artists intended to stimulate dialogue and encourage experimentation. Twenty-eight Artists from thirteen different countries are participating in 2008, our third Workshop to be held in DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY. We welcome you to attend the panel discussion (date and topics TBA) and visit the Workshop on our Open Day. The Open Day allows the public a glimpse into the studio practice and a chance to talk with with the artists.
Since it’s inception in 1982, the unique Triangle workshop event has evolved and mutated many times but the recipe remains the same: select the most interesting artists who apply, provide food, housing, ample studio space and remove them from the normal concerns to spend the two intense weeks making art and sharing ideas. Triangle continues to encourage process rather than product and to foster experimentation and critical exchange among peers.