The Cultural Foundation of Hesse (Hessische Kulturstiftung) places a studio in London, New York City or Paris at the disposal of each scholarship recipient.
The studio house is located in Lyal Road in the Bow district on the East side of London. The two-storey row house with 110sqm of effective area has two combined working rooms/bedrooms, a kitchen, an attic and a cellar. Behind the house lies a small garden. Numerous important galleries such as Whitechapel and Chisenhale are located in the adjacent districts of Hoxton, Hackney and Bethnal Green, where a young art and culture scene has established itself over the past years. The studio house is managed by Acme Studios, which serves the scholarship recipients as local mentor and arranges contacts to art institutions and artists.
Public transport: Tube Circle Line, stop at Mile End (15 mins. walk), bus no 8. direction Old Ford or Bow Church, stop at Medway Road.
A combined living and working studio is located in Hudson Street in the Tribeca district of Manhattan. On the top floor of a five-storey residential and office building, the Hessische Kulturstiftung scholarship recipients have a 95sqm flat with a living and working room, kitchen and bathroom at their disposal.
Public transport: Subway lines 1, 2 and 3 direction South Ferry/Chambers Street; Franklin Street station.
In Paris, the living and working studio of the Hessische Kulturstiftung is to be found within the Cité Internationale des Arts complex in the rue de l’Hôtel de Ville. Covering 65sqm, a combined living room/bedroom, working room, kitchen and bathroom are spread out over two floors. At the Cité Internationale des Arts, located in the direct vicinity of the Centre Pompidou and the Musée du Louvre, the scholarship recipients have all facilities of the large artists’ residence at their disposal, for example printing and ceramics workshops.
Public transport: Metro (underground) line M1 direction Château de Vincennes; Hôtel de Ville and Saint-Paul stations.