Anne Percoco

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Untapped Cities “Studio in the Park’s ‘Chance Ecologies’ Takes an In-Depth Look at NYC’s Flushing River“  
Joianne Bittle, Daniel Campo, Laura Chipley, Dillon de Give, Nate Dorr, Maya Edelman, Edrex Fontanilla, Dylan Gauthier, Ellie Irons, Chris Kennedy, Kristyna and Marek Milde, Edmund Mooney, Matthias Neumann, Anne Percoco, Natalia Roumelioti (ntilit), Raphaele Shirley, Marisa Tesauro, and Sarah Nelson Wright. at Queens Museum of Art October 8th, 2016 - October 30th, 2016
Posted 11/2/16
    Untapped Cities July 20, 2016 Article by Jenna Bagcal about the Chance Ecologies: Flushing River residency at the Studio in the Park at the Queens Museum, in which Kristyna and Marek Milde participated Untapped Cities unearths New York City’s most unique and surprising places, stories and events for the inquisitive reader. [more]
Play and exploration: art retains these traits of childhood as the artist transforms one material into another. Isn’t this a kind of sustainable practice? Today sustainability is a hot word, but really it has always been an innate quality of art-making. Marcel Duchamp’s ready-mades are a case in point. And Jasper Johns’s strategy echoes Duchamp’s irreverent re-contextualizing: “Take an object. Do something to it.” In that light, Anne Percoco’s sculptures and collages underscore and make... [more]