N2NM: Exchange will take place December 14, 2012, 5-8pm
Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion
1607 Paseo de PeraltaSanta Fe, NM 87501
Musical performance by GoGoSnapRadio 6-7pm
N2NM: Exchange is a cultural project initiated to create an environment for active interaction, support and exchange between the community of Santa Fe, the U.S. and abroad. With an interdisciplinary approach, the project aims to promote and expand upon contemporary art and culture.
N2NM: Exchange will take place December 14, 2012 in the Railyard area in Santa Fe, NM. Part gift exchange, part happening, the event will feature a trading station for artwork, books, resources and other items of cultural value, between local and international artists and others in the community. The public is invited to make exchanges with artists directly, with the goal of fostering greater support for artists and providing greater access to art for the general public. The exchange of items will be documented and published in a catalogue and online (at the discretion of the owners of the items). In addition to the exhibition and exchanges taking place, the event will feature free performances by local musicians.
Julia Friedman has more than fifteen years experience in the international art field, with commercial as well as non-profit entities. Julia was Director of the Julia Friedman Gallery, with locations in Chicago and later New York City. The gallery featured an extensive cross-section of work by emerging and mid-career artists positioned throughout the United States, Asia, Central and South America, and Europe. Prior to and after running the gallery, Julia ran an arts management service that produced, promoted and circulated exhibitions and artists’ projects to galleries, museums and biennials worldwide.
Isolde Kille is an interdisciplinary artist. After finishing her Masters in fine arts at the University of Arts in Berlin, Germany, she organized several independent art projects that connected her to the art market in the US. Isolde has shown internationally at venues such as: Kunstwerke, Berlin; John Weber Gallery, New York; John Gibson Gallery, New York; Bass Museum, Miami Beach, among others. Since 1996 she was living in New York City and recently re-located her studio/home to Santa Fe, NM.
Special thanks to the Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute and Warehouse 21