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Sarah Hollars - Site Visit Top Top Studio

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When Jan 18, 2014
from 05:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Where Top Top Studio, 75 19th Street (at 3rd Avenue), Brooklyn, NY
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Site Visit to Top Top Studio
Saturday, January 18, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Brooklyn, NY


Studio Visit, Conversation and Special Performance at Top Top Studio. Top Top Studio, 75 19th Street (at 3rd Avenue), Brooklyn, NY

Tickets are limited. Proceeds benefit Site95 2014 exhibitions.

Myeongsoo Kim Co-Founder
Joe Graham-Felsen, Co-Founder
Matthew Booth, Co-Founder
Mat Bushell, Co-Founder

Participating artists: Carlos Vela-PradoClaudia CortinezNobutaka Aozaki, Sarah Hollars Allison FreemanCaroline ChandlerNate HeigesCarla Herrera-Prats (Camel Collective)Anthony Graves (Camel Collective)Jody RogacSara Cwynar, and Gigi Gatewood

With a special performance by Tamar Ettun.

Tamar Ettun is a Brooklyn based multimedia artist from Jerusalem, Israel. Ettun’s solo exhibition and performances include: The Lion Who Liked Strawberries, PS3 Studio, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas commissioned by Art Production Fund, One Thing Leads To Another, Indianapolis Museum of Art, and Performa 11 presented by RECESS (2011), One Thing Leads To Another: Part 2, Andrea Meislin Gallery (2012) Empty Is Also, in collaboration with Emily Coates for Performa 09 presented by the X-Initiative. Group exhibitions and performances include: Van Allen Institute for PERFORMA 13 (2013), Abrons Art Center (2013), Socrates Sculpture Park (2013, 2012), apexart (2012) Contemporary Jewish Museum SF (2012), Herzelia Biennial ARTTLV ( 2011), Boston University Gallery (2011), RH Gallery (2011, 2012), The Queens Museum (2010), Williamsburg Art Historical Center (2010), Center of Contemporary Art Tel Aviv (2009), The Jewish Museum NYC (2009), among others. Ettun has been honored by several organizations including MacDowell Fellowship, Abron’s Art Center, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Art Production Fund, Socrates Sculpture Park, America Israel Cultural Foundation, The World Performance Project, Artis, Yale School of Art, RECESS, and Triangle Workshop Residency. Selected publications include: The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Observer GalleristNY, Artforum video, Time Out NYC, Art Radar Journal. Ettun received her MFA from Yale University in 2010 where she was awarded the Alice English Kimball Fellowship. Ettun studied at Cooper Union in 2007, while earning her BFA from Bezalel Academy, where she graduated with honors.

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