ISP Curatorial Exhibition Opening: 
Not Everything is Given

Thurs, May 9, 2024
6–8 pm

ISP Building: 745 Washington Street New York, NY 10014

An opening reception for Not Everything Is Given will be held at the Independent Study Program (ISP) facility on Thursday, May 9 from 6–8pm. 

The Curatorial Studies Program exhibition examines the aspirations of language and disturbs the expectations from artworks and artists to “demonstrate,” “elucidate,” or “bear witness to” the fraught conditions of our world. Not Everything Is Given is curated by the 2023–24 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellows: Ella den Elzen, Gervais Marsh, Carlota Ortiz Monasterio, and Alper Turan.

The Whitney Museum of American Art has completed a full renovation of artist Roy Lichtenstein’s former home and studio at 741/745 Washington Street in Greenwich Village, now the permanent space for the ISP.

Please also join us at the concurrent opening for the 23/24 ISP Studio exhibition At Odds With at Westbeth Gallery located across the street at Westbeth Gallery and Courtyard, 55 Bethune Street, New York NY 10014. 

Wheelchair Accessibility 
ISP has a step free entrance, is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible bathroom. 

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