Re-imaging Rural examines the recent influx of movement from urban to rural environments and asks the question of how this transition is reflected in the artists’ work. Curated by Peter Fulop.
The opening reception on Friday, July 15th will include performances by Amalya Megerman, State-as-Body, and Catherine Meringolo, Poppy.
Daniela Puliti, Eileen O’Kane Kornreich, Julia Blume, Jennifer McCandless, John O’Donnell, Hayley Ferber, Roland de Fries, Khae Haskell, Bradley Wood, Heather Renée Russ, Buket Savci, Caitlin McCormack, Rina Lam Goldfield, Lori Larusso, Catherine Meringolo, Rob Trumbour, Kathie Halfin, Hudson Howard Cooke, Amalya Megerman, Jayne Struble, Rochelle Voyles, Steven Rudin, Lauren Packard, Jasper Johns, Katherine Earle, Locus Xiaotong Chen, Hannah Tardie, Rebecca Tennenbaum, Emily Kofsky, Jin Yong Choi
ChaNorth, Chashama’s upstate artist residency, has been located in the Hudson Valley since 2006.
The ChaNorth residency offers an opportunity for 5-7 artists to work and live in the Hudson Valley for four weeks. ChaNorth accepts applications in all creative fields, including but not limited to visual arts, choreography, writing, music composition, and performance. National and international artists, emerging and mid-career artists are welcome to apply.
With the ChaNorth residency, artists have multiple opportunities to introduce, share work and network with others including 2-3 studio visits per session from critics, curators, gallerists, and residency directors. Previous studio visitors have included, Junho Lee founding director of the NARS Foundation, Yasmeen Siddiqui, independent curator, essayist, lecturer and founding director of Minerva Project, Will Hutnick, artist and curator residency director at the Wassaic Project.
Each year, ChaNorth invites a new cohort of jurors to review applications and make the recommendations for their finalists.
ChaNorth offers a fellowship award for young artists under 30, and a solo show award. ChaNorth provides the opportunity for artists to submit to their yearly selected group show. Both the solo show and yearly group show are presented at Chashama exhibition spaces in New York City.
About Peter Fulop
Peter Fulop is a multidisciplinary artist born in Hungary, based in Pine Plains, NY. Peter studied ceramics in Hódmezovásárhely, Hungary and undertook further studies at studios in the UK, Japan, Korea and China. He moved his studio to the Northwest of Ireland in 2001. Peter was invited to work in the ceramic studio of Daeseungsa Monastery, Korea (2011) and to Japan to take up an apprenticeship with Professor Koie Ryoji (2012). His works are included in the public collections of the National Museum of Ireland, the Ulster Museum, Belfast, The Ganjin Celadon Museum and Mungyeong Ceramic Museum in Korea, Fule International Ceramic Art Museum, China, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park and INAX Corporation in Japan. He has been an artist in residence at Sculpture Space New York, NY, Byrdcliffe Residency, NY, Archie Bray Ceramic Foundation, MT, Shigaraki Ceramic Centre Japan. Peter is a Windgate Fellow and recipient of grants and awards from Culture Ireland, Arts Council of Ireland, Craft Council of Ireland. His work is featured in several publications, including Ceramic Review Magazine. Exhibition venues include Katonah Museum, NY, FuLe International Ceramic Art Museum and Ningbo Art Museum, China; The Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Shigaraki, Japan.
Image credit: Buket Savci, Not So Long Ago, 2020, oil on canvas, 44 x 54 inches