The International Studio and Curatorial Program is an international visual arts residency program, which organizes free events and exhibitions to the public.
To date, 1,350 artists and curators from all over the globe have completed residencies at ISCP.
Founded in 1994, ISCP is located in Brooklyn, New York. It is sited in a former factory. It currently has 35 studios and two galleries.
This year, ISCP is hosting two artists, Togolese Modupeola Fadugba and Surinamese Remy Jungerman.
Modupeola Fadugba is a Togolese multi-media artist residing in Abuja, Nigeria. Fadugba specializes in socially-engaged installation, drawing and painting.
Fadugba holds a BEng Chemical Engineering / MA Economics (University of Delaware) and MEd (Harvard University).
Remy Jungerman is a Surinamese-Dutch multi-media artist who specializes in installations, sculptures and collages. He draws inspiration from “Afro-religious elements of the traditional Maroon culture in Suriname and the Diaspora.” Jungerman also incorporates western trends and advanced communication technology.
Jungerman received his education from the Academy for Higher Arts and Cultural Studies in Paramaribo, Suriname and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, Netherlands.