Davidoff Art Initiative offers five annual international partner residency hosts for Caribbean artists.
For more information regarding the selection process, application criteria, online application form and funding see below.
The Künstlerhaus Bethanien is an international cultural centre in Berlin. An artist-in-residence programme with workspaces for professional artists and exhibition spaces, it is dedicated to the advancement of contemporary visual arts.
2017: Particia Castillo
2016: Fermín Ceballos
2015: Raquel Paiewonsky
2014: Jorge Pineda
Red Gate Gallery supports the arts community with a strong international residency program that give artists, curators, writers, and academics an opportunity to live and create work in China. Red Gate is recognized both as a tour de force and trail blazer in the history and development of the contemporary Chinese art scene providing a gateway that promotes artistic development and rich cultural exchange.
2017: Jesús Negrón
2016: David Gumbs
2015: Engel Leonardo
2014: Pascal Meccariello
Escuela FLORA is a space for contemporary art in Bogotá, Colombia, that specializes establishing links with the rest of the country and abroad through international residencies, commissioned projects, and educational activity. A point of reference for the local scene in Bogotá, Flora is settled in two main places: Flora’s House in Bogotá, where the library, art studios and project’s room are located, and Casa Deuxsoleils in Honda town, where residences take place.
2017: Jorge Gonzalez
2016: Natalia Ortéga Gámez
Located in Brooklyn, NY, Residency Unlimited (RU) supports the creation, presentation and dissemination of contemporary art through its unique residency program and year-round public programs, facilitated through strategic partnerships with collaborating institutions.Residents benefit from a diverse network of partners, which allows for flexibility, customization and access to a wide range of services and resources including but not limited to studio/workspaces.
2016: Leasho Johnson
Accepted artists for the New York Residency in 2013-2015 at ISCP, New York.
2015: Hulda Guzmán
2014: Polibio Díaz
Atelier Mondial‘s studios are located in the newly constructed building complex at Freilager-Platz in the Dreizpitz neighborhood, and emerging arts quarter just behind the Swiss railway station. The residency is created in collaboration with the Institute of Art at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design, under leadership of Institute Head Chus Martínez. Each year, the Davidoff Art Initiative will invite one artist or curator from the Caribbean to participate in a three-month residency at the venue.
2016: Michael Linares
2015: Guillermo Rodríguez