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Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Assistant Director – International Residency Program">Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Assistant Director – International Residency Program

Sebastien coordinates the International Residency Program at Location One, working closely with Nathalie Angles, Director of the Residency Program. Having lived in various countries across the Americas and Europe, Sebastien is a multi-disciplinary of sorts. With a BFA from the School of Fine Arts of Montpellier France, he has been working with the Queens based […]

10 Year Anniversary Benefit Gala

 Location One celebrates 10 years with a special anniversary benefit gala honoring Laurie Anderson.

Hermelinde Hergenhahn & Mafalda Santos

Location One is happy to present new work by Hermelinde Hergenhahn (Germany) and Mafalda Santos (Portugal). Hergenhahn’s installation will consist of a series of pencil drawings gathered from experiences of quotidian life, and a video projection and wall etching in the gallery.

Vite, une échelle! – Virginie Yassef

point ephemere Virginie Yassef + Gaëlle Hippolyte + Aurélie Godard Vite, une échelle ! Vite, une échelle! est la première des deux propositions d’exposition collective de trois amies aux affinités plastiques jamais éprouvées ensemble. Tous les jours, 14h > 18h, entrée libre. Vernissage mercredi 12 septembre à partir de 18h. Rencontre avec Virginie Yassef, Aurélie […]


We exhibit artists’ work in our main gallery eleven months a year, and often in our two other public spaces as well. All of the work we exhibit is developed at Location One, much of it by artists in our residency program. While Location One seeks to nurture a critical awareness of the implications of […]

Andrew Duggan – The Interview

Open Stitch

15 artists spent seven days at Location One working intensely and in restricted conditions to produce wearable creations with only the tools and materials provided to them. A cross between art and fashion, the project temporarily removes the gallery from the appointed function of “showing” and moves it to the world of artistic production, raising questions about the circumstances, both physical and mental, of the creative process.