Davidoff Art Initiative hosts a studio visit with Dominican artist Hulda Guzmán at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) this month through November 30.
Hulda Guzmán is the third Dominican artist to visit the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) as part of the Davidoff Art Residency program, which launched in 2013 as one of the four global programs of the Davidoff Art Initiative. Hulda Guzmán is a contemporary artist, who embraces the avant-garde and has a degree in visual arts from the National School of Visual Arts, Mexico, with a specialty in photography and mural painting.
The artist, before starting the residency, had stated “during this residency I plan to focus on narrative work—the art of storytelling. Just as the situations of my insular atmosphere were recounted in earlier works, I will now step out of my comfort zone and experience the taste of New York, with its cultural diversity and constant flow of creative energy, and allow it to infuse what I create.”
In addition to the studio visit Friday, November 13, 6 – 9pm ISCP will be hosting an Opening Reception for the fall open studios of current ISCP artists-in-residence.
- Hulda Guzman, Through that little window, 2015
- Hulda Guzman, Fiesta en el Batey, 2012