Exhibitions - 2013-2015 Studio Program Exhibition

2013-2015 Studio Program Exhibition

03.21.15 – 09.13.15

An exhibition room with large, two-dimensional artworks and sculptures hanging from the walls. On the exhibition floor is a sculpture of a dark blue, four-legged animal. The animal’s face is covered by a blue Tostitos chip bag.

Installation view, 2013-2015 Queens Museum Studio Program Exhibition. From left: on wall, Caitlin Keogh; on floor, Galeria Perdida; far end of gallery, Juan Betancurth. Photo by Hai Zhang.

Marking the second year of its Studio Program, the Queens Museum presents an exhibition featuring the works of twelve artists, who, working singly and in partnerships, have occupied studios at QM during 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.


The exhibition will take place in the new wing of the Queens Museum. The artists’ studios will open to the public during the opening celebration and on July 31.


Students from Social Practice Queens program will also participate. A partnership with Queens College MFA program, SPQ shares a collaborative studio space within the Queens Museum’s artist studio program. Participating artists include Sol Aramendi, Seth Aylmer, Scott Braun, Barrie Cline, Gina Minielli, Nicky Mourino, and Francisco Karmelic.


Participating Artists

— Nobutaka Aozaki

— Juan Betancurth

— Onyedika Chike

— Mike Kenney

— Caitlin Keogh

— Galeria Perdida

— Jewyo Ehii

— Jihyun Jung

— Bunny Rogers

— Filip Olszewski

— Caroline Woolard

— Lika Volkova

— Brian Zegeer


The Scherman Foundation’s Katharine S. and Axel G. Rosin Fund. Additional support provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.