Cohabitations: Studies on Beasts, Plants and Objects / Harlem Studio Fellowship, New York / part 1/2

Harlem Studio Fellowship (HSF) is a residency program for international artists in New York City. Conceived by Ruggero Montrasio and curated by Raffaele Bedarida, the program invites three young artists every three months and provides them with housing and studio in Harlem. From 14th December until 10th January the Harlem Studio Fellowship presented “Cohabitations: Studies on Beasts, Plants and Objects“, an exhibition with works by HSF fellows Leone Contini Bonacossi, Federico Donelli, and Gianni Moretti. Also on display: The work in progress “On the blocks” by Susy Blu. In this video VTV correspondent Theodore Bouloukos talks with the artists Gianni Moretti and Federico Donelli. Opening reception, December 13, 2007. Video: Darren Trenchard.

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