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  • Location:
    New York


Artists Space
38 Greene Street
New York, NY
9 esplanade Pierre Vidal-Naquet
Rez-de-Chaussee de la Halle aux Farines
13eme arrondissement à Paris

Dialogues is a collaboration between fifteen French and fifteen American or New York-based artists, paired up to make work for this two-part, four-space exhibition. Each pair of artists works together to translate each other's work and collaborate to produce a series of projects engaged with issues of communication, miscommunication, translation, and separation. After the two-week exhibition, DIALOGUES migrates to Artists Space in New York and Bétonsalon in Paris for a screening of all video work and documentation of the project, as well as an informal round table discussion with the artists (in New York AND in Paris) over dinner. An edition published as both a document of and supplement to the exhibition, will be available for purchase at all four locations of the project, as well as by request at potluckcollective@gmail.com.

Participating artists:
Guillaume Pavageau + Ryan Johns, Vincent Blanc + Dena Yago, Alain Declerq + Dan Carlson, Sebastien Pluot + Carolyn Clayton, Manuel Houssais + David Lasky, Erika Reault + Rina Goldfield, Oceane Feral + Cibyl Delaire, Anne Sophie Ducas + Janine Iversen, Melodie Lutton + Kate Verdickt, Freddy Guedot + Curver, Raphael Zarka + Joshua Harris, Chloe Larus + Jennie Hagevik Bringaker, Aurelia Legoff +Habby Osk, Alice Ruffini + Stevie Weinstein-Foner, Hugo Bregeau + Lane Sell

POTLUCK is a project formed around ideas of convergent creation, consumption, and discussion, and functions as a series of migrating group exhibitions and events. Founded at Art in General in 2007, the project has a two-part goal to both act as a liaison between the academic and the exhibition setting, as well as to foster community by concurrently interlacing local, yet often separated, student arts communities. For more information on past and upcoming projects, please visit www.btwpotluck.com.

Sponsored in part by the Arts Initiative at Columbia University. This funding is made possible through a generous gift from The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, the Barnard College Department of Art History and Visual Arts, Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts d’Angers, France, Ecole Supérieure des Arts décoratifs de Paris, ICART, Ecole du commerce de l’art et de l’action culturelle en Europe, and ARTISTIK RESAU.
Additional support provided by Betonsalon, Paris and Artists Space, New York.