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Apr, 2015

Temporary Locals: A Visit to Residency Unlimited by Paul D’Agostino

Ishu Han

Rather hidden from plain view on a bustling stretch of Court Street—housed, that is, within the former South Congregational Church, a towering Romanesque Revival structure built in the 1850s, in what is now the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn—is the administrative hub of Residency Unlimited, a nonprofit organization offering an impressively multidisciplinary range of research, work and professional development opportunities to foreign artists and curators seeking temporary immersion in the New York art scene.

http://www.thelmagazine.com/2015/04/temporary-locals-visit-residency-unlimited/

 

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