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Residency at the ISCP in New York

The studio with works by Carl Boutard, grant holder at ISCP 2015 – 16
Iaspis – the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s international program for visual art, architecture, design and craft – announces a residency collaboration with International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York

Residency period

1 September 2020 – 31 August 2021


The Arts Grants Committee’s delegation for the Iaspis programme will select a candidate.


A sum of 250 000SEK is intended to cover costs of travels and living during the one year long residency. The stipend includes accommodation and a workplace.
The Swedish grant has existed since 1994 and is intended for professional visual artists and designers. The main focus of ISCP is visual art

The studio grant in New York is for participation in the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), which is a residency-based art institution founded in 1994. ISCP is located in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn and pursues a comprehensive programme including visiting critics, field trips, open studios, and a series of artist talks and exhibitions.

With 35+ artists and curators in residence at all times, and with 120+ residents over the course of a year, ISCP is a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners. ISCP is committed to the production and dissemination of innovative and challenging contemporary art and to positioning artists and curators at the forefront of cultural and social change.

Iaspis provides a centrally located furnished two-room apartment on Hudson Street for the grant holder.

Previous grant holders

Sara Wallgren (2019)
Johannes Heldén (2018)
Carolina Falkholt (2017)
Jonas Nobel (2016)
Carl Boutard (2015)
Kristina Matousch (2014)
Viktor Kopp (2013)
Anastasia Ax (2012)
Leif Elggren (2011)
Magnus Thierfelder (2010)
Monika Marklinger (2009)
Patrick Nilsson (2008)
Fia-Stina Sandlund (2007)
Björn Kjelltoft (2006)
Ann Bötcher (2005)
Jonas Dahlberg (2004)
Petra Lindholm (2003)
Tobias Bernstrup (2002)

Things to think about before you fill out the form

You apply with your e‐legitimation (Swedish electronic identification) on www.konstnarsnamnden.se or on the appropriate paper form. Applications must be complete. The Swedish Arts Grants Committee will not accept complementary additions.

Work samples

Your application must include 5‐10 work samples of representative works made in the last two years. If you apply digitally, upload your work samples at the end of the application process. For information about which file formats you can use and the dimensions of the work samples, please see www.konstnarsnamnden.se/arbetsprover.

If you apply on paper format, your work samples must fit a standing A4 sheet (paper applications with work samples will be scanned and made available in digital format for the examiners). State year of production, title, technique and dimensions for each work. Please remember to write your name and national identification number on your appendices.
Please do not append further materials such as catalogues, sketches, etc. Work samples will not be returned.

Applications on paper should be sent to, or delivered personally to Konstnärsnämnden, Maria skolgata 83, SE-118 53 Stockholm, Sweden. A digital form can also be emailed, with digital work samples attached, to bildochform@konstnarsnamnden.se.
For further information, please contact Karolina Pahlén, tel +46 8-506 550 55 or karolina.pahlen@konstnarsnamnden.se
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  • Adress: IASPIS, Konstnärsnämnden Maria skolgata 83, 2 tr, SE-118 53 Stockholm
  • Telefon: +46 (0)8 - 506 550 00
  • E-post: info@iaspis.se