2013 Summer Open Studio Awardees

Artadia is happy to announce its Summer Open Studios program. In an effort to utilize New York City for its wealth as a global transit hub in the constant exchange of ideas, as well as a place to meet other artists, curators and critics, Artadia will open its DUMBO exhibition space to three Awardees to exhibit their work for one month each. Summer Open Studios aims to open conversations via an in-progress approach to art-making that includes the dialogue that assists in the formation of each new work.

  • Micah Stansell: June
    2011 Atlanta Awardee
    Micah Stansell is an Atlanta-based video/filmmaker and installation artist. Stansell received the 2010 Working Artist Project Award from the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, and a Special Jury Prize for Innovative Filmmaking at the 2009 Atlanta Film Festival. Stansell’s work has been reviewed in Art in America, Moviemaker Magazine, Atlanta Art Now: Noplaceness and The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
  • Gyun Hur: July
    2011 Atlanta Awardee
    Gyun Hur is recognized for floor installations comprised of shredded flowers that replicate her mother’s wedding blanket patterns. Her work has been featured in Art in America, Sculpture, Pelican Bomb, and others. She has recently held residency in Chicago and Hong Kong.
  • Dianna Frid: August
    2004 Chicago Awardee
    Dianna Frid is an artist who works on drawing, sculpture, installation, and artists’ books. Her works are both corporeal and philosophical reflections on the ways in which materials—physical and lexical—produce aesthetic and contemplative experiences and, by doing so, shape our sense of reality. Frid has received major awards from the Canada Council of the Arts and the Artadia Foundation. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally at institutions such as PS1-MOMA in New York, the Drawing Center in New York, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and the Neues Kunstforum in Cologne. Her work has been recently exhibited at Bravin Lee Programs in New York, and is housed in public collections such as the Art Institute of Chicago and the Cleveland Clinic.