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Created in Barcelona, RICE is a Reversing Initiative to Counter the Exclusion of females and other discriminated groups in the art world. As an independent curatorial platform, our mission is to bring visibility and promote the sale of fresh and unique artworks by emerging and mid-career artists from around the world. Yes, we favor female-identifying artists and artists pertaining to other discriminated groups but we do not exclude male artists, especially those living in situations of marginalization or discrimination. Our goal is to reverse the current state of favoritism towards the traditionally privileged in mainstream contemporary art, by exercising positive discrimination while still leaving room for male artists and curators to be a part of this initiative. To that end, we launch quarterly open calls to discover artist to be featured in our art magazine and in the exhibitions we organize at established galleries across Europe.
Tangent Projects is a curatorial initiative set up to work with national and international emerging and mid-career artists on site responsive exhibitions and projects. With a desire to add multiplicity to the current art archetype, Tangent Projects endeavors to showcase exemplary works in a variety of different media and platforms – including books, exhibitions, performance and online commissions. Our intent is to invite artists to explore “tangents” or diversions within their practice. In offering the opportunity for digressions to be pursued, ideas and processes that might normally have been discarded in favor of the main discourse will have the potential to reach a conclusion. Without a commercial bias and with experimentation encouraged, Tangent Projects proposes the prospect for artists to develop the deviations within their artistic dialogue. In simple terms, to give artists the leeway to “go off on a tangent”. In early 2019 there were some big changes, Tangent Projects became a cultural association and rented an old garage in the Santa Eulalia area of L’Hospitalet del Llobregat, We then spent the following few months setting up a small artist driven space with the remit of not only offering an exhibition space for artists to experiment with their practice […]
In collaboration with Inca Town hall and Inquietart artist association. We run a contemporary art festival in the center of Mallorca island. It’s a plural itinerary where one can discover different disciplines and artworks displayed in public and private spaces. The next edition will take place on May 2020, the open call is usually in January or February. INCART was created 13 years ago in Inca, Mallorca, as an initiative of a group of people related to art. The association Inquietart and the Cultural Area of the City Council of Inca, give life to a project through an open call for creators to present their proposals for the different spaces. És un itinerari plural a on l’art es mostra a partir de les seves múltiples disciplines a diferents espais, tant públics com privats, de la ciutat d’Inca. La propera edició tindra lloc el Maig de 2020, la convocatoria de projectes es a principis d’any. INCART es va gestar fa 13 anys a Inca, Mallorca, com a iniciativa d’un grup de persones vinculades amb l’art, l’objectiu de la qual era acostar l’art al ciutadà. L’associació d’artistes Inquietart, juntament amb l’Àrea de Cultura de l’Ajuntament d’Inca, donen vida a un […]
We offer a professional workshop specializing in intaglio printmaking. We are inviting printmakers and visual artists (also artists of another disciplines like writers and poets) to our residency. We provide you with personal assistance and workshop space you need to research and create your work. Our rural setting provides a tranquil space for you to live and work. You have the freedom to create your own work or participate in our selection of courses and workshops. More information: http://artprintresidence.com
AADK Spain is an international artistic platform, based in Blanca, Murcia, to develop projects of research and contemporary art creation. It was founded in 2012 by performance artist Abraham Hurtado as a continuation of international artistic network AADK (Aktuelle Achitektur Der Kultur). The headquarters of AADK Spain is Centro Negra – a space where it implements different programmes focused on process and experimentation such as the Residency Program, Interventions, Contemporary Practices, or Cartograhpies. The main interest across all the programs is to explore the notions of body, spatiality and territory. AADK Spain also work in close collaboration with other artistic and cultural spaces in Murcia region, Spain and other parts of Europe. The networks allow us to promote the mobility and exchange for our visiting artists and their works produced at the national and international levels.
Espai sant Marc The aim of the project is to support the creation and to develop collaborative networks with participating artists, in a perfect place for the experimentation. Since summer 2016 Espai sant marc has developed a residency program in Sineu and offers accommodation and help for visual artists from different parts of the world to make their work known, much of it done on site. sant marc offer a studio, located on the ground floor and first floor, and an annexed house on the first floor fully equipped. The stays are from 2 weeks to 1 month. The study will be used for the open studio presentation during residency. Espai sant marc has an engraving and silkscreen workshop. Till now some artists presented their works in Espai sant marc; Joana Cera (Barcelona) Stanley Frevier (Montreal, Canada) Javier Peñafiel (Zaragoza) Antoni J. Fluxá (Sineu), Wai Kit Lam (Hong Kong), Françoise Rod and Madeleine Dore (Cuges les pins, France), Aleksandra Sana Rasulic (Belgrade, Serbia), the CAPA collective (Amsterdam, Copenage, Seattle, Palma) Leticia María (Palma, Valencia), Rafela Nicolau (Algeciras) and Gloria Regal (Sabadell), Antoni Garreta (Inca, Mallorca) Yvo Van Der Vat (Dordrecht, The Netherlands) the curator María Morata (Berlin) Jukka Vikberg […]
Pronostica is a cultural project dedicated to the diffusion of contemporary artists. We are interested in generating exchanges with other related spaces. Our structure has a residence of artists (Vilarcangel), an art gallery in the historic center of Valencia (Purgatori) and a traveling contemporary creation festival (Pronostica). www.vilarcangel.org