An in-conversation with Allison Katz and Sanya Kantarovsky
Wednesday 3 June, 7-8pm
Sanya Kantarovsky is joined in conversation by Allison Katz to discuss Apricot Juice, his current exhibition at Studio Voltaire.
The event is free but booking is essential as spaces are strictly limited. Please click here to book your ticket.
This new commission forms part of How to work together, a shared programme of contemporary art commissioning and research devised by Studio Voltaire, The Showroom and Chisenhale Gallery. How to work together is supported by Arts Council England through Catalyst Arts: capacity building and match-funding, Bloomberg, Jerwood Charitable Foundation and the How to work together Artist Commissions Production Fund. Visit the other commissions – Ahmet Öğüt at Chisenhale Gallery (29 April – 31 May) and Wendelien van Oldenborgh at The Showroom (29 April – 20 June).
Sanya Kantarovsky (b.1982, Moscow, Russia) lives and works in New York. Recent solo and two person exhibitions include: Gushers, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2015; Allergies, Casey Kaplan, New York, 2014; Little Vera with Ella Kruglyanskaya, KIM?, Riga, 2014 and You Are not an Evening, GAK, Bremen, 2013. Kantarovsky participated in the group exhibition Notes on Neo Camp at Studio Voltaire, London in 2013. Recent special projects include Research and Reporting at KW, Berlin 2014 and LAX façade, Los Angeles, 2013.
Allison Katz was born in 1980 in Montreal, Canada. She graduated with an MFA from Columbia University in 2008. Her recent solo exhibitions include Rumours, Echoes (Boats, Sao Paulo) and Adele (Piper Keys, London); and group shows at SculptureCentre New York, David Roberts Art Foundation, South London Gallery, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, and Tanya Leighton. Forthcoming solo shows will open at Kunstverein Freiburg, Germany and Gio Marconi, Milan.