ARTWORKS PARTNERS WITH ARTISTS RESIDENCY PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK & LONDON

DELFINA FOUNDATION & ISCP SELECTED 3 ARTWORKS FELLOWS

It took us 2 trips, several meetings to New York and London, 4 ARTWORKS Mentors to decide the nominees until, in collaboration with our partners, we selected who the suitable candidates are for the residency programs at ISCP and Delfina. The acclaimed International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York will host Paky Vlassopoulou, while the Delfina Foundation in London, Kyriaki Goni and Petros Moris.

Artist Residency Programs aim to support and facilitate the professional development of artists. They allow artists to work outside their everyday life and offer them networking opportunities with colleagues, curators and arts professionals worldwide.

During their stay in these contemporary art’s influential cities, ARTWORKS Fellows will participate in a dynamic program of studio visits, seminars, workshops carefully designed by the hosting organizations.

We aspire that our collaborations with ISCP and Delfina will enable greek contemporary artists to become part of the global art community and serve as a reference point for their careers in the future.


 Delfina Foundation was established in 2007 and is located in the centre of London. It is one of the most important institutions offering Art Residencies through partnerships with other institutions from all over the world. For the first time, artists from Greece gain access to the residency program through ARTWORKS. Delfina provides opportunities for artists, curators and writers to develop their work and to gain space and time for research on specific themes.

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)  was established in 1994. It is housed in a former factory in Brooklyn with 35 work studios and 2 exhibition spaces. Over 1,350 artists and curators from more than 80 countries have undertaken residencies at ISCP. Its programming actively engages the audience and nurtures the artists' contacts with the dynamic New York art scene.

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