We are inviting visual and new media artists to submit their artwork for the exhibition program of the 8th Student International Film Festival. For the last seven years, STIFF Festival has produced a rich accompanying program that elaborates and complements the thematic focus of its film program. With the emphasis on contemporary art practices, STIFF’s exhibition program gathers artists from all over the globe, dealing with relevant social, political, as well as intimate aspects of everyday life. This year the festival is giving attention to the Body, and the exhibition program aims to explore socially relevant ways of interpreting the body in a contemporary environment saturated with images. What is the relationship between a body and the moving image? Are we our bodies or is the body just merchandise we trade on the labor market and offer in intimate relationships? How to position ourselves in a world where objects move more freely than people? When is our body an instrument of knowledge, interaction, and intimacy with the world, and when is it a space of discomfort and restriction? Do we allow our bodies to be playful? We encourage a view of the body as productive and creative, the body as a process that […]
An interdisciplinary artist residency in suburban upstate of İstanbul.
Like in a perfect circle, I do return to the place where my first exhibition took place, Sineu. One of the many perceptible differences between those two biographical moments lies in the fact that I actually understand the role of the spectator as a participant in the work’s process. In a sort of symbiotic relationship, visitors will enjoy with the different works exhibited in Espai Sant Marc while they reinforce them with their experience. An appropiate way to understand my work is noticing the importance of code in it. I talk about code not only as technological scripting but as a meaning that is not going to be understood without taking in account the required elements. I believe spectators have a work to do putting together the different pieces that an artwork places in front of them. If not, they would only achieve an incomplete, although valid, experience, because that’s what we find day after day: multitude of codes that we use to replicate without understanding them, as the one singing the Quran phonetically. Even that, with the increase of technical complexity in my latests years’ projects, my opacity towards the spectators has lowered, as the enjoyment of them would return the efforts invested. Anyway, there are […]
EXHIBITION NO. 16 is a testament to the flexibility and resilience of our students to focus on their work and push through the challenges that face them. It is the celebration of a milestone that marks their journey into the future of photographic arts. SPAO is proud to present this new generation of contemporary photographers and photo-based artists who are more ready than ever to engage in what lies ahead.
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ORCHESTRA Join the interactive virtual performances: Youtube, Facebook, or website (www.charlottenewmusic.org) Performance Dates: April 18, 1:00pm ET May 2, 1:00pm ET May 16, 1:00pm ET May 30, 1:00pm ET June 13, 1:00pm ET Charlotte, NC ‒ Charlotte New Music announces the return of Your Neighborhood Orchestra with high-quality and visually engaging virtual performances. The performances are the product of diverse and inclusive collaborations between local composers, songwriters, and choreographers from many different genres. www.charlottenewmusic.org/yno “Your Neighborhood Orchestra will explore and interpret the original local sounds of Hip Hop, Pop, Rock, Latin, Soul, Bollywood, and more,” says Elizabeth Kowalski, composer & Executive Artistic Director. “It will be a snapshot of the original music landscape in the Charlotte area. In collaboration with the dance community, we look forward to sharing a meaningful experience with our audiences – crafted with resilience, passion, realness, love, and unity.” YNO serves as a bridge for the music community and its audiences, providing access and breaking barriers across the diverse landscape of musical artistry in our area. Due to the ongoing pandemic, performances will take place as a livestream series, freely accessible by everyone online. Each livestream includes YNO performances featuring two artists and behind-the-scenes […]
Virtual Opening – Memorial of the Lost The exhibition project by Hillside Projects – Memorial of the Lost – focuses on those who are so often forgotten and who have almost completely slipped out of view due to the COVID-19 pandemic. – Namely all those animals that belong to a species that is currently on the verge of extinction, because we are in the middle of the greatest extinction of species of all time, for which we humans are responsible. The exhibition can be visited starting Monday, April 12, 2021, from Monday – Friday by appointment only and the presentation of a negative Corona Quick-Test. Please arrange your appointment via: > eMail: email@example.com or > Tel.: +49 (0)228 538 766 12 Please join us for the Live Stream Opening of the exhibition: Thursday, April 15, 2021, 7pm View attachment: Press text – Memorial by The Lost
DUPLEX | Artists in Residence is an artist-run space, housing several studios, a residency program and a gallery, located in the center of Lisbon, in Graça neighborhood. Seeking to stimulate creative processes, experimentation and plastic production as well as the discourse that these dynamics originate, Duplex presents itself as a privileged territory for the coexistence of different artists, different ways of creating and different ways of thinking about the work of art and its context. Valuing advances and setbacks, valuing error, failure, and disruption as participants in contemporary praxis, the entire structure and functioning of the Duplex seeks, in addition to celebrating the final results, to bring the public closer to the conceptual and procedural richness of artistic creation. For resident artists and curators, Duplex residency program allows a quick insertion in the artistic community of Lisbon, offering the possibility, time and space to develop and show their work. With conversations, visits, discussions and monitoring of projects developed in residence, Duplex seeks to adapt to the interests and needs of each group of residents, working through open calls, but also accepting self-proposals. The residencies for curators are usually coordinated with the artistic residencies. Location: Lisbon city center – between Bairro […]
Open Call for Photography – June 2021 Edition Dek Unu Magazine No fee to submit. Deadline: May 1, 2021 Unique solo-format journal of fine art photography calls for interesting photo-art from interesting artists for its June 2021 edition. Extended portfolio, artist image commentary, and in-depth interview in each edition, in print and online. Please see full details and submissions guidelines: https://www.dekunumag.com
Tangent Projects studios is now accepting applications for the second part of its studio residency programme for 2021.
Slipvillan aims to involve the artists-in-residence in public interaction, initiating both aesthetic and philosophical conversations, and they welcome a variety of artistic positions. Artist-talk, presentation or exhibition will be encouraged in connection to the stay. Slipvillan has housed cultural activities since 2007. The AIR began in 2020 and is open to international artists, curators and speakers as a working place for periods of one to six months. Duration: 1 to 6 months Cost: 3 300 – 6 300 Swedish crowns per month. Size of spaces: 19, 13 and 10 sqm. Housing with other provider Paid by artist Application guidelines: Send your to application to: air(a)slipvillan.org, including: a project description (maximum one page) about what you plan to do during your stay six examples of your work CV preferred period Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org Application to AIR at Slipvillan has a rolling deadline. We accept your application at any time. Slipvillan is following and adjusting to the official Covid guidelines.
The Border Art Residency, a non-profit organization affiliated with the El Paso Community Foundation, offers a selected artist a period of retreat for creative work in a living/studio space in the heart of El Paso, Texas. Resident artists are provided with a fully furnished living/working space, a monthly stipend of $600, and all utilities paid (except phone and Internet). The living space is a fully furnished 11 x 16’(Approximately) studio apartment. Through a newly formed partnership with Artstream, a transformative learning program supported by the El Paso Community Foundation, visiting border artists will be able to share their art and thinking process, and stimulate dialogue with learners in the El Paso area. Artstream collaborates with artists and participating schools or cultural organizations. It will help the residency artist connect to the El Paso community by sharing how they see, hear, and feel our experiences with empathy, criticality, and nuance. Artstream has worked with the El Paso Museum of Art, UTEP’s Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens, Rio Bosque Wetlands Park, elementary schools, and well as the federal prison system. Selection is made by a panel of nationally recognized artists and arts professionals. Because the selection committee members are far-removed from […]
“Walking backwards” Two funded exhibition opportunities at SNEHTA – June & October 2021 The calls aim is to bring artists attention to past ideas and juxtapose those with our present condition. “Walking Backwards” was inspired by the Greek figure of the soothsayer Tiresias, appearing in Dante’s Divine Comedy. Soothsayers are fortune tellers, or people who claim to be able to predict the future. In Canto XX, Dante and Vergil encounter these souls, forced to walk with their heads for ever facing backwards. The calls aim is to bring artists attention to past ideas and juxtapose those with our present condition. In order to apply, artists have to complete the appropriate application, send their CV and Portfolio (10 pages max.), while paying a fee of 10 EUR and sending a proof of payment via email. Who are we looking for We are looking for emerging contemporary practitioners that will demonstrate a genuine interest in the social context of Athens and who can engage with it critically by challenging social norms and taboos. We are looking for creative practitioners who demonstrate elements of experimentation through their artistic practice. Applying artists should demonstrate an interest in the local community of Kypseli and maintain […]
The art project PASSAGE uses the temporary vacancy in the Kaiserpassage, in the center of Bonn, and turns it into a place for art that creates a new space of experience outside of opening times and familiar exhibition contexts. Friday March 26, 2021, from 7am on – start of the PASSAGE project in the Kaiserpassage in the center of Bonn. We start with: Schadenschnelldienst (2010), light installation by Gabriele Horndasch (Düsseldorf / GER) / Schnelltest (2021), site-specific video installation by Camenisch / Vetsch (Basel / CH) and paintings by Peter Kohl (AT) in cooperation with SZALCprojects, Bonn/ View attachment: Press Release PASSAGE
The 5th edition of [Virtual] Open Studios is forthcoming and our Resident Artists are ready to show their work! Starting on Friday, March 19th 2021, the [Virtual] Open Studios will launch and remain available on our website until the 4th of April 2021. With this virtual edition, we want to keep supporting artists and help showcase their work both locally and internationally. The works seen here are the result of three months of creation and production at the GlogauAIR studios in Berlin as well as studios all over the world. In spite of their global dispersion, the resident artists at GlogauAIR have now come together and offer an immediate connection and direct engagement with creation for a wider audience. Friday 19th, March 2021 18:00h (CET) // Launching [Virtual] Open Studios // March 2021 Sunday 4th, April 2021 23:59h (CET) // Closure [Virtual] Open Studios // March 2021 Check our event on the website: March 2021
15 March – 18 April The term “liminal” comes from the Latin word līmen, meaning “a threshold” and it stands for something relating to a transitional stage of a process. Because of the current world situation, we are experiencing liminality as a collective, but also as individuals facing our private challenges and transformations. This constant need for adaptation creates opportunities for growth that could have never been imagined before. Once the threshold is crossed, there is no way back. Marija Brasnic is using the gallery window as a liminal space to show her mixed media installation, made of a mirror and plexiglass panels. The whole surface, including the window, is covered with an abstract drawing that is ever-changing, depending on the viewer’s perspective. The viewer is invited to constantly reexamine and adapt to what they see, including their reflection in the mirror.
with Andrew Helton Spring 2021 | Virtual Program | 3/15/2021 – 4/24/2021 http://www.artslettersandnumbers.com/the-earth-of-part-two-a-moment-is-a-reckoning Why reelaborate today a concept of the archive? In a single configuration, equally technical and political, ethical and juridical?…No one ever renounces—and this is the unconscious itself—the appropriation of power over the document, over its detention, retention or its interpretation. -Jacques Derrida Reports that say something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know. -Donald Rumsfeld (on alleged weapons of mass destruction in Iraq) A moment is a rupture. It is a point at which the machinery (whether it’s time, domestic life, politics, civil obedience, work, health, etc.) we are all a part of breaks. Something becomes an object at the moment of rupture, when it is no longer (however briefly) a part of the machine. This is why moments become so important to us. It is a kind of freedom. A moment is a chance to feel as […]
BEST PRACTICE is pleased to announce a new show of works by Tecate-based artist Chantal Peñalosa. The exhibition will bring together current and past works in photography, painting, and video that broadly address the sociopolitical tensions that pervade the U.S./Mexico border through investigations of the mutual clime, shared firmament, and bifurcated landscape of this charged region. The camera is aimed at the sky to create photo diptychs that record the subtle shifts in cloud formations that happen in the time it takes to cross the U.S/Mexico border. A video records a performance work made on Avenida México, a street in Tecate, Baja California, that runs along the border between Mexico and the United States in which the artist assumed eye-level height with a USA border patrol truck parked on a small hill to survey the border by sitting atop the roof of a house. She first sits with her back to the truck and describes the scenery to it; she then turns to face the truck creating a one-sided dialogue with her action. Another video work reconciles a childhood memory of a colloquialism that explains, through myth, the phenomenon of condensation trails formed by the engines of aircraft “crossing the […]
Condemned to canvas, pencils, wood and words Lilo C. Karsten Rahulla Torabi Paul Hirsch Daniel Scheffel Four artists work with juvenile delinquents In September and October 2020, four artists from the Frankfurt artists’ association EULENGASSE worked with young offenders, a project developed in cooperation with the Jugend-Kultur-Werkstatt Falkenheim Gallus e.V. (JKWF). The art projects were carried out one after the other in their sculpture workshop in Frankfurt’s Gutleutviertel. Each artist worked with young people for up to six afternoons and was therefore available for the young people in addition to the artistic media of the sculpture workshop. The artistic works that the young people produced in the four sub-projects are presented and offered for sale in this exhibition in the EULENGASSE exhibition space in Frankfurt/Germany. A publication and a podcast series will accompany the exhibition. The project is part of »Participate NOW!«, the 2020 annual theme of the art association and exhibition space EULENGASSE.
March 8, 2021 (Intl Womens Day) 2pm PST Archival Content Report Instagram videochat shares archival content from past exhibiting artists of the PKULTRA franchise. Examples of archival types include this Visual Art Source article: Rumi Koshino, “Some Songs Have No Words,” 2011, archival inkjet print on paper, installation view, dimensions variable Continuing through December 31, 2011 Rumi Koshino’s site-specific installation, Some Songs Have No Words, muses on the most salient features of Form/Space Atelier. Koshino’s paper pyramids echo the watery patterns of the gallery’s linoleum floor and its well-aged wooden steps. Form/Space Atelier is an odd venue: it’s dominated by a central staircase that quickly descends to a small, dead-end landing. Koshino’s series of small paper sculptures are constructed from digital photographs of the 1960s-era flooring and the shabby stairs. Turquoise pyramids sit on the floor, echoing and blending into the pattern of the linoleum. Rows of pyramids trail up the stairs, and as they do their pattern and coloring changes to match the color and texture of the stairs themselves. This quiet, well conceived installation uses transparent technique and execution to highlight the unusual architecture of the gallery. Step carefully, however, as the pyramids are not fixed to the […]
Unique solo-format online and print journal of fine art photography calls for interesting photo-art from interesting artists for its May 1 edition. Open theme, all genres and techniques, all career stages and pedigrees welcome. Dek Unu is not-for-profit, non-advertising, and never charges a fee to artists to submit. International publication in English. Please see the complete submission guidelines at https://www.dekunumag.com
CALL FOR ARTISTS “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’” —Fred Rogers What type of world do we want to build for the future? Who are the Helpers around you? We are looking for performing and live art works from artists from all around the world to propose works around the theme The Helpers for Fringe 2022. There is no fee required to submit an application. Visit bit.ly/M1SFF2022app for more information and to download the application form. Festival dates: 12-23 January 2022
OPEN CALL / Video Art + Video Documentation FREE entry Paadmaan Video Event is an international periodical video event born in Tehran, Iran, seeking to explore video documentations of recent contemporary works of art (e.g. installation, performance, new media) and Video Art in general. Organized by Paadmaan Projects, the Video Event considers ‘video’ as its central theme. The event emphasizes on video in the context of the art documentation, while addressing the challenges embedded within the so-called ‘documentation’ of contemporary art projects. Priority is given to works of art that portray these kinds of challenges, from the lens of the artist with attention to the artistic decisions made during the process of the documentation. The archival project is done in collaboration with itinerant venues to create an alternative platform for holding a collective discourse to amplify already-existing interdisciplinary art content, and to discuss reviewing documentation of art projects in terms of representation [in addition to the video screenings]. Sections: -Video documentation – Video Art Apply here: https://filmfreeway.com/PaadmaanVideoEvent Event dates: 19-24 November 2021
After a very successful first season, we are pleased to announce the second round of the Pilot Light Residency at Arts Letters & Numbers that will run until the end of May. The Pilot Light Residency was initially conceived as an antidote to the many restrictions that prevented us from running our usual programs as well as from the recognition that after many months in isolation, artists were in need of a change in context to connect to their creative endeavors. Today, we continue our efforts to provide creators with a space to work in while abstaining from scheduled programs, community events, communal dinners etc. Given our expansive quarantine procedure upon arrival, as well as, protocols for social distancing during the stay we are extending the residency program so as to accommodate as many artists as possible in the safest way possible. Participating artists in this program will be offered private accommodation and studio space for a reduced price of $250 a week. During this time each person will be fully independent, yet co-exist in shared spaces. PRIORITY At the moment, this program will only be offered to artists currently located within the US, who can arrive to ALN without […]
THIRD SHIFT is an annual festival of public contemporary artworks that takes place in Saint John, New Brunswick and online. THIRD SHIFT 2021 will take place from August 19 – 22, 2021. Theme: TRAVERSE When we are having these calls it is important that all applicants think about their relationship to the land; THIRD SHIFT offers an opportunity to re-imagine and engage with the natural and built environment in what we now know as Saint John. The land on which THIRD SHIFT takes place is the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’kmaq Peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Wolastoqiyik and Mi’kmaq Peoples first signed with the British crown in 1725. The treaties did not deal with the surrender of lands and resources but, in fact, recognized Indigenous sovereign title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing, equitable, reciprocal, and respectful relationship between nations—a relationship that Third Space strives to uphold. We have an ongoing commitment to center Indigenous leadership and artistic expertise and we aim to foster meaningful relationships with Indigenous-led community groups through our festival. To learn more about Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages, the […]
Artist In Residence 2021 Petrohradská kolektiv announces an open-call for artists to participate in an international program, Artist in Residence, for the year 2021. The residential program is intended for active artists, creators, and theoreticians, who desire independence and want space and technical support for working on their projects. That’s what the Petrohradská kolektiv AiR program offers in the heart of a multi-genre cultural center in Prague. The goal of the program is creating an open platform for international artistic dialogue, interconnection of different cultures, and support for emerging artists working with diverse media. Residence is an opportunity for independent professional development, artistic exchange, networking, and experiments. Since accommodation and a studio are included, we prefer applicants from outside of Prague. The resulting outputs of the residences will be showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery at Petrohradská kolektiv complex. The main theme of the exhibition program of the gallery for 2021 is Chaos, therefore we ask the applicants to take this into account when applying with their projects. Who are we looking for? Residence is intended for creators with an interest in creative sharing and participation in the field of Prague contemporary art scene. Prospective residents should introduce us concrete […]
We are pleased to announce our second call for artists and activists in concert with our call for scientific manuscripts. We invite you to join our efforts with this year 2021 call “Oceans on the rise” around the effects of climate change on the oceans. We welcome art works of all styles, artistic, artivist and activist initiatives, art & science collaborations and everything in between. More info at https://dear2050.org/open-call/
Mexico & Peru: All Residencies for Artists, Designers, Writers, Curators & Art Historians (Programs With or Without Master Instruction): All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023
Mexico & Peru: All Residencies for Artists, Designers, Writers, Curators & Art Historians (Programs With or Without Master Instruction) All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023 Apply Now through Sunday, March 14, 2021. Spaces are limited. Residency applications are evaluated for selection as they are received vs. after the deadline has passed. Website: www.arquetopia.org/open-calls-deadlines E-mail email@example.com for more information. Founded in 2009, Arquetopia Foundation is an internationally established, award-winning nonprofit arts and cultural foundation with a social scope that emphasizes critical thinking through artistic practices. Our comprehensive, customized International Artist-in-Residence Programs are the largest and most reputable in Latin America, with an array of contents anchored in a solid structure of collaborations with prominent cultural institutions, renowned experts, and notable artists. We are invested in approaching art and art history with a critical perspective by understanding Mexico and Peru’s complexity in context and incorporating nuances in narratives and interpretation especially of the 3,000-year heritage of visual culture of these two countries. Our residency programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art historians, art educators, writers, journalists, and cultural researchers age 20 and over. MEET OUR PAST RESIDENT ARTISTS: For profiles, feedback and testimonials from many […]
PHOTO IS:RAEL invites artists to take part in a unique 24 hour online Photomarathon. The works of 20 winners will be featured in a travelling exhibition during 2021. Additional prizes will be awarded to the top 3 artists. For over 40 years, photomarathons have seen great success in cities all over the world, although they are usually limited to a single municipal area. The limitations of the current times have inspired us to develop an online, international photomarathon which is open to participants from all around the globe. The first International Photomarathon will not focus on the physical spaces of a certain city, but on a topic which seems more fitting than ever – “Chaos”. We invite photographers, designers, artists and creators from all fields which use the language of photography as their tool, to engage in a creative and inspiring 24-hour exploration of various aspects of the “Chaos” theme. CHAOS “Chaos” represents opportunity, a way of contending with the uncertainty and ambiguity of a time and a world that is constantly changing. We invite you to embrace the chaos of our times and think of it as an engine for innovative, independent creation, a path to the re-examination of […]
STIFF – Student International Film Festival is now calling on all student and debutant filmmakers to submit their films for the 8th festival edition which will take place from 4th to 7th of November 2021 in Rijeka, Croatia. Works entering the competition program must be original, student-created films or debutants films of all genres: fiction, documentary, animation, and experimental films. All the works need to be up to 60 min in length and completed after the 1st of January 2018. The films must be in English or with English subtitles and must be submitted via FilmFreeway platform. The deadline for registration and delivery of materials is May 30th, 2021. STIFF festival accepts films of all thematic preoccupations, but this year special attention will be given to the BODY. We wish to broaden our understanding of corporeality in relation to the moving image by reflecting on the body of the author, the body of the film, the body of the viewer, and the body in the film. What is the relationship of a body with the moving image? How does culture inscribe meaning into bodies? Does our body connect us to the world or separates us from it? Have we overcome the body taboos? When is our body an instrument of knowledge, […]
Last week marked a quiet opening of “Through the Looking Glass” an outdoor art walk/exhibition in public space, organized by @est.art.foundation. This show brings together a collection of light and video based work illuminating the windows and alcoves of a defunct factory in the city of Leiden, Netherlands. “Through the Looking Glass” will screen nightly until March 7th. COVID rules apply. Doors remain closed. Just to be viewed by passers-by walking or cycling the “Singelpark”. A gift to the city. Through the looking glass is about wonder and amazement, about awareness and seeing through. From outside to inside and, about light in darkness. Artists: Jos Agasi (Leiden), Anneke Bosma (Amsterdam), Barthel Brussee (Leiden), Sándor Hötte (Amsterdam), Sarah Klein (San Francisco), Mathias Krissmer (Freiburg) and David Kwan (San Francisco).
Onassis AiR invites applications for the second iteration of The School of Infinite Rehearsals: Movements V–VIII.
**please email firstname.lastname@example.org for all photos and brochure the hatch: the rabbit hole opens “the hatch”, a unique nano-residency opportunity, commencing april 1, 2021, london. open call deadline: march 1, 2021 spend up to 3 weeks in the magical loft of the rabbit hole’s headquarters, burrowed in one of london’s most inspiring and serene enclaves, directly on the regent’s canal, yet located in the heart of central london. over the past 12 years, the hatch has moved from new york city, to barcelona, to now london: this time to immerse in london’s global stage of artistic communities, and cultural programming. “the hatch” provides a key into the creative rabbit holes of London, and direct connections with the city’s artistic communities, venues, and cultural spaces. about the rabbit hole: founded in 2008 in new york city, the rabbit hole is a creative community numbering 3000+ in 56 countries. the residency program that bases its principals on deconstructing creative processes while establishing a new methodology called the rabbit hole method.™ the rabbit hole method™ is a process of inquiry developed by the collective, that extracts and distills from contemporary artistic practises, philosophy, mysticism, mathematics and dance. it includes the teaching of hazrat […]
Open call for exhibition “Beuys for Future ” 26.3.2021 – 4.6.2021, Deadline 14.2.2021: We call on artists to join Beuys perspective and submit works that address the climate crisis and the Sustainable Goals of the UN in the spirit of Joseph Beuys and address a sustainable future.
We are happy to inform you that our platform is now accepting submissions. Interested artists and curators who work with any medium are invited to share their art and ideas for projects. Collaboration with us may take the form of specific projects, including, but not limited to exhibitions and online residencies. We encourage applications from all, especially early-career artists, students, and recent graduates who would like to participate. We are very interested to hear ideas that offer to generate practices that question or challenge current models of placing art online. The theme can be anything the artist chooses to focus on. Your voice is the vital element of our foundation, we cannot wait to review your submissions and see your visions. Please send us your proposal followed by a portfolio or CV (if applicable), to email@example.com . We do not have a specific deadline, but submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis and we will close the selection process once we reach capacity. We encourage you to submit your proposal as soon as possible. Application and collaboration with Art Dream Foundation are free of charge. Depending on the format and type of proposals being approved throughout the year, our team will proactively […]
HIER & JETZT: Connections (HUJ:C) is an exchange and residency program organized by artists for artists. The project calls upon international artists in exile who live in Berlin and seek a place for artistic production. The initiative, HIER & JETZT: Connections, defines exile as the involuntary loss of one’s social context and working environment in their country of origin for an uncertain period of time. The project is complemented by a series of lectures, workshops, and discussions held by artists, experts, and researchers in order to create a space for dialogue, mutual learning and understanding. Successful applicants are invited to work at B.L.O. Ateliers, in Berlin, for a period of three months. Additionally, a budget of 500 € is offered to each resident or group for production costs. Deadline: Sunday, February 28, 2021 Application’s Info in English – German – French
NOOSPHERE ARTS’ RESIDENCY AWARD ANNUAL DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 4 Dedicated to bringing art from elsewhere to New York, NOoSPHERE Arts’ international team of artists and curators keeps seeking new ways to accomplish our goal: to offer the U.S. audience access to current art from other countries and to bring creative people together for artistic cross-pollination and transnational collaborations. NOoSPHERE Arts’ current presentation platforms include Mothership NYC, a live-work space with a huge outdoor stage in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Also founded and run by NOoSPHERE Arts’ director, this community of international creatives has a complementary mission: “to support and promote artists across multiple disciplines through residencies, public shows and collaborative opportunities; build sustainable transnational artist networks; and help retain creative forces in New York City.” In collaboration with the Mothership Crew, we are pleased to offer the annual grant program NOoSPHERE Arts Residency Award: Once a year, we provide a month-long residency free of charge to one talented international artist or curator. Selected by a committee of peers, the award winner will spend their time on board Mothership NYC developing a creative project for presentation to the NYC audience under the aegis of NOoSPHERE Arts. Disciplines: We are open to all media, but […]
Not-for-profit, non-advertising, Dek Unu Magazine calls for interesting art from interesting artists for its March, 2021, edition. Open theme, all photo genres and techniques are welcome; international entries are invited. Each edition, in print and online, features only one artist and includes an 11-image portfolio, artist commentaries on the images, and an in-depth interview. Each edition is promoted extensively via email, web, and social media. Please review the guidelines: www.dekunumag.com/submit. #fineartphotography #callforsubmissions View attachment: Call for Submissions – March edition
Artists. Musicians. Thinkers. Writers. Performers. Makers. Scientists. Architects. Dreamers. Arts Letters & Numbers is a place of creative urgency, a place to create new linkages and pathways of understanding in an interdisciplinary environment. It is a place where people come together to co-construct questions and works, of empathy, of ethics, of imagination. The Residency is a space for individuals or groups to create new works, while developing meaningful relationships with other artists. Artists are encouraged to pursue their individual creative endeavor with the freedom to shape your workspace in the historic Faith Mills complex. This Winter, between December and February, we are offering a limited number of people the opportunity to come to our Averill Park campus, to live and independently pursue their creative works. We recognize that after many months in isolation, people are in need of a change in context to connect to their creative endeavors. We call this program: Pilot Light, and it is an adapted version of our regular Residency program. The primary difference from our regular residency being the absence of programs, community events, communal dinners etc. Participating artists in this program will be offered private accommodation and studio space for a reduced price of […]
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is starting the new year with accepting applications for their Solo Residency (May-July 2021). All applicants are automatically considered for the Radical Residency® programme. The gallery is offering one artist access for three months to one of its spectacular 350 ft² (35m²) studio spaces, with both natural and professional lighting. Working above the gallery space, the successful applicant has the opportunity to network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public whilst visiting ongoing exhibitions and events organised in the gallery. The residency programme also provides guidance and promotion through our channels and network, as well as the Solo Residency Exhibition organised in the studio space upstairs. Past resident artists are Marco Bizzarri, Los Bravú, Sarah Dwyer, Shinuk Suh, Sanne Vaassen, ubada muti, Solveig Settemsdal, Bianca Barandun, Thomas Garnon, Emma Corrall, Thomas Langley, Morgan Wills, Harrison Pearce and José Carlos Naranjo. We have been excited and delighted to see our residents move on to solo shows, awards, and further residency programmes Artists can apply to the Solo Residency programme with their portfolio (10 images of their work, bio, artist statement and cv). We are only accepting applications through our online system. We are not accepting direct applications via email. All Applicants […]
DISTANCE – Lacuna Festivals 2021 Deadline for applications: 31 March 2021 For this year’s Lacuna Festivals the theme is ‘Distance’, a suggestion from our creative community and one that feels globally appropriate for the current context of the year – DISTANCE The International Contemporary Art Festivals for Fuerteventura and Lanzarote will again (as in 2020) take place as LACUNA FESTIVALS, but over distance (due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic), using a range of online platforms including YouTube, ArtSteps, Flickr, Facebook and Instagram. There will be no physical festival or events this year and instead all exhibitions and events will take place digitally. This is just one of many reasons why the theme of DISTANCE felt so appropriate for this year. TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK FOR THE FESTIVAL – There are NO submission fees or other hidden charges, it is totally FREE to apply. We accept all submissions that relate to the festival theme. All creatives, artists, makers, designers, performers, writers, musicians etc are welcome to apply. The deadline for applications is 31st March 2021. How will you interpret the theme DISTANCE? Possible interpretations of the theme include (but are not limited to) : measurements of distance, the distance between two […]
InkMasters Cairns invites entries for its 5th biennial exhibition at Tanks Arts Centre in Cairns, far north Queensland, Australia. Open to international artists, this is a juried, non-acquisitive exhibition with total awards to the value of AU$24,000. The exhibition is part of our festival of all-things-print, InkFest. Works entered can be any print medium (or combination of media) in a range of formats including 3D works such as artist books. For full details, Conditions of Entry and Entry Form please visit http://inkmasterscairns.com.au/exhibitions Exhibition dates: 25 June until 25 July 2021
In 2020, reality shook. Opposing forces of slowing and momentum work simultaneously and warp the senses of time and space. As a result of our inability to perceive the present and plan the future, we are expected to adapt, to develop coping mechanisms, to break habits and paradigms – to a constant movement in a continuous present. For the 2021 exhibition season, we invite creators to submit proposals dealing with the idea of “Present Continuous” as an artistic interpretation or as an actual action resonating to the future. We want to present artistic trials centering on uncertainty as a guiding principle: Ideas that facilitate a system of internal rules and logic and that may influence the exhibition’s duration and meaning; proposals dealing with uncertainty in the exhibition’s space and duration context, encouraging live simultaneous occurrences both in the exhibition and in the virtual space. Recommended reading Proposals should be sent as 1 PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org before February 20th, 2021. For more details and gallery space layout The proposal should include: Project description and demonstration mean. Preferrable display period: (April-June / July-September / October-December) How the element of time will be manifested in the exhibition. How the gallery space […]
Well Well Projects in Portland, Oregon, is accepting entries of visual art that makes use of humor/comedy for a juried group show that will be on display in our gallery for the month of April 2021. All mediums welcome. Open to all USA based artists. www.wellwellprojects.com What’s So Funny? We’re in it for the laughs, and not just the kind we let out because it’s all gonna be okay. Sometimes we laugh to break the silence, to calm our anxious nerves, sometimes the Lynchian absurdity of everyday life makes us laugh until we cry. It’s all good. This is an exhibition focused around comedy. We’re looking for work that hits the funny bone, maybe a good one liner, some slapstick. It can be absurdist, cute and playful, tragic to the point of comedy, obtuse, ephemeral, performative, and everything and anything in between. It’s just got to be funny. All submissions must be of actual artworks that are available from March 25 – April 25, 2021. All works must be exhibition ready. Applications due: March 1, 11:59pm (MST) Fee: $20 Apply via CaFÉ! Click here to be taken to this open call on CaFÉ Applications will only be accepted via […]
The ‘Post Box’ long term exhibition project creates international visibility and interaction between artists during the traveling restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic. Artworks sent to the postbox of the Hypercube Space will be exhibited in a 105cm (W) x 170cm (H) x 33cm (D) public display window located next to the postbox itself. By hacking this advertisement display window, this idea engages with the art audience in the heart of central Lisbon, now home to a growing international community who have chosen the city as their home. This is in keeping with Hypercube’s manifesto to expand the notion of the artspace. Every month another international artist’s work will be selected and presented for a 4 week period as part of a rolling open call for submissions. The Theme – “Connections”: The main theme of the Post box exhibition series is “connections”. The media and concept of the exhibition are open. Please pick the work that represents your practice best. Submitted work is required to be in an appropriate format for the display window such as fine-art print, photograph, painting, mixed media, intervention, and installation. Please ensure the work can be easily posted (e.g. foldable, rolled, boxed, etc.) Expensive shipment […]
GlogauAIR is very excited to invite you to our upcoming [Virtual] Open Studios December 2020. The 4th edition of [Virtual] Open Studios is forthcoming and the resident artists in Berlin and abroad are ready to show their work. From October to December of 2020, the last term of the year, we welcomed 10 international artists to our hybrid program holding physical events and activities and adapting those to the virtual world as well, in order to make use of the new opportunities in a constantly changing world. The exhibition will be on-line on our website, December 18th 2020 at 18.00h and will remain on-line until January the 3rd 2021. Visit our website to find more information on our current resident artists and GlogauAIR. Have a look at our Facebook event where we will shortly be announcing or program. // CURRENT RESIDENT ARTISTS // This presentation of Open Studios with photo, video, paintings, installations, performances, and audio contributions are the result of three months of intensive creation and production of the participating artists: On-site: Patrick Blenkarn and Montserrat Videla Samper (Canada) Sergio Femar (Spain) Rita Palma (Portugal) Hyunwook Park (Korea) Silvestre Preciado (Ecuador-USA) Tea Eklund-Berglöw (Sweden) MiCKi CHOMiCKi (France) Laure Winants […]
Kathmandu international artist-in-residence program (KIAR) is an initiative of Space A, a significant hub in the field of contemporary art both locally and internationally. The goal of the KIAR is to create an intellectual space where the residents will get the chance to penetrate the local cultural and socio-political contexts, as well as to combine their artistic practices (research, production, etc.) with meetings, lectures, and other discursive events with local and international artists, cultural experts, critics, and curators. Nepal is the Best Value Destination to travel. Nepal’s cultural landscape is every bit as diverse as its physical one. The spectacular Himalayas comprise the highest mountains on earth and boast a surreal landscape of snow-covered peaks sure to leave a powerful impression. The Himalayan country of Nepal, situated between India and China, offers some of the best access to these mountain peaks, where landscapes vary from subtropical valleys (complete with banana trees) to alpine forests (home to grazing yaks). Customs and traditions differ from one part of Nepal to another. A conglomeration lies in the capital city, Kathmandu where cultures are blending to form a national identity. Kathmandu Valley has served as the country’s cultural metropolis since the unification of Nepal […]
It is a project of pieces that aim to evoke the moment of despair that any person suffers when faced with a horrible situation. Reducing the drawing to the minimum expression, we approach a logo or an emoticon, the emoticon is a form of global communication designed to be understood by everyone, because this anguish is a universal feeling and thus the message is shared. It is not about sharing suffering or empathizing, but the theme of the exhibition is to translate a universal human feeling into an artistic work. These pieces work like a commercial sticker, they transmit all the information with the minimum resources. Please see Facebook event for more details.
The dreamideamachine resident is the new art space of the international online art magazine www.dreamideamachine.com which in parallel is organizing and promoting contemporary art exhibitions, performances, talks, seminars and publications. dreamideamachine is Media Partner of: LISTE Art Fair (Basel, on Regular basis from 2016), Platforms Project (Athens, on Regular basis from 2020- ), Art Paris (Paris from 2016- ), Yia 2016, Art Cologne 2017 (Cologne), Art Madrid 2020 and JUSTMAD 2020 (Madrid) and continue… Open Call for Winter/Spring 2020-2021 Residency period: 21 Dec 2020 -31 May 2021 Application deadline: January 31, 2021 dreamideamachine having organized performances in the Archeological Spaces of the Salamis Island the Summer of 2017, organizes now a series of online exhibitions, performances and texts focusing in the Archeological Spaces in the center of Athens and close to it. Athens and the surrounding areas are full of Archeological sites, which exist either in the city and the urban void, or in areas that are by the sea and are directly affected by the natural environment, like: The Temple of Poseidon at Sounion, The Temple of Aphaia at Aegina Island and of course the Fighters Tomb of the Naval Battle in Salamis Island. Areas located 50′-1:15’ from the […]
Gregory J. Rose Jennifer Homer-Hynes Robert Reed This exhibition highlights the efforts of GAP members. GAP members are known for and really good at trading frags (fragments of found material) by collecting them, putting them in envelopes and mailing them to other members throughout the world. The GAP member on the receiving end will then create an original work using the frags received in the mail. There are over 60 artist members in GAP from 17 countries. On view in Gallerie Renee Marie beginning in December 2020 (exact dates and times TBA).
Unique solo-format print and online journal of fine art photography calls for accomplished artists working in all photo genres, straight to strange, for its February 2021 edition. Dek Unu is an international, not-for-profit, non-advertising magazine that provides respectable, respectful publication and promotion to one artist per month online and in print. Each issue includes an extended portfolio, commentary, and an in-depth interview. Extensive promotion of each artist’s edition via web, email, and social media during the publication month. Deadline for February’s edition: January 1, 2021 Current edition: https://www.dekunumag.com Complete submission guidelines: https://www.dekunumag.com/submit Always solo-format, always open theme, and Dek Unu never charges a fee to artists to submit.
We are delighted to invite you to the online presentation of the publication connected to Matthias Aeberli’s (Basel/CH) current solo show If paintings were live pets, would you buy them more readily? Oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine at DAS ESSZIMMER. Livestream: Thursday, December 3, 2020, 7 pm on our YouTube channel The publication is a collaboration with the renowned independent Art Magazine _957, founded an directed by Swiss artist Stephan Wittmer. The publication 110_in effigie_Titel für alles Mögliche (engl.: 110_in effigie_Titel for everything) will be presented by Matthias Aeberli and Stephan Wittmer, the latter will also talk about his Magazine project _957. The text that comes with the publication was written by the art historian Isabell Zürcher.
This Winter, between December and February, we are offering a limited number of people the opportunity to come to our Averill Park campus, to live and independently pursue their creative works. We recognize that after many months in isolation, people are in need of a change in context to connect to their creative endeavors. We call this program: Pilot Light, and it is an adapted version of our regular Residency program. The primary difference from our regular residency being the absence of programs, community events, communal dinners etc. Participating artists in this program will be offered private accommodation and studio space for a reduced price of $250 a week. During this time each person will be fully independent, yet co-exist in shared spaces. http://www.artslettersandnumbers.com/pilot-light-residency-program
Sjimmie Veenhuis (1984) creates transformative installations in which he uses everyday materials in their original form. At …ism project space, Veenhuis created a spatial installation in which he tests his work against the current reality. The installation ‘SPATIUM’ is directive, monumental, safe, formal and it makes optimal use of the given space and in-between space of …ism. Without denying his own language, material and art practice, Veenhuis investigates what exhibition-wise is still possible in a one-and-a-half-meter society.
Eye’s Walk Digital Festival is happy to announce an Open-Call for our upcoming project: Project Lazaretta: Digital Stories from the Old and New World. Eye’s Walk Digital Festival returns to the Lazarets of Syros and Corfu islands. We visit places that have been quarantine stations for travelers, prisons, places of execution or asylums and aim to explore the search for a better life and hope, which can flourish in the most adverse conditions. What do spaces tell us about the human condition? What unites us with the thousands of people who passed through the Lazarets of the world? We make this call to keep our tracks alive, to identify traces that make human experience unique and universal. “Project Lazaretta: Digital Stories from the Old and New World” is supported by the Greek Ministry of Culture and will be completed in two parts: Part A Digital culture platform of art work that draws inspiration from the lazarets of Syros and Corfu, focusing on the modern historical context of pandemic. Digital artists are encouraged to study and approach the history of Lazarets and especially those of Syros and Corfu. (Feel free to contact us for suggested study material.) Form: Digital & Video […]
An interdisciplinary artist residency in suburban upstate of İstanbul.
AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artist Residency Program. For this call, priority (not exclusive) will be given to intervention proposals developed in the landscape, conceived from any creative discipline (sound, performance, visual arts, architecture, agriculture or any other approach that is linked to the theme). Such interventions may be carried out in the natural or semi-urban area of Blanca. For those interested in working with the community of Blanca, please bear in mind that projects of less than two months will not be accepted. The ability of artists to establish respectful relationships with the inhabitants and to be willing to engage in trial-error processes will be fundamental for these proposals. Theoretical research projects of any scientific or humanistic discipline may be applied to this call, provided that they have the artistic practice as their object of study. The Artist Residency Program is carried out in Centro Negra, the current headquarters of AADK Spain located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. This program is a space for reflection and artistic research that encourages linking research with the historical, cultural and geographical context of […]
Scarecrow is a solo exhibition by Korhan Erel, originally to be viewed at TOP Transdisciplinary Project Space in Berlin, but now lives online due to the recent Covid lockdown in Germany. A scarecrow is a humanoid object that is placed in open fields to scare off birds or other animals to protect seeds and crops. It is a mute object, which stands alone in the middle of a field, to protect the land and crops. The project appropriates and reverses the mute scarecrow object into a sound sculpture, which speculates their presence in the borders of countries or private lands to question two main themes: neglecting of nature and non-human beings as well as centralizing human presence over nature; and migration politics and their unwelcoming strategies. Erel’s sound installation explores ‘the fear from the other’, both human and non-human, using sound emanating from an amorphic, absurd sound-sculpture built using ready-made objects that one can easily procure. This speculative approach is a critique of both conventional methods of scaring animals, positioning humankind over nature and hate speech toward migrants and the other. The three-channel sound composition is based on field recordings, designed sounds and an unknown language consisting of made-up words […]
Exhibition dates: 15.1.2021 – 12.3.2021 https://gg3.eu/en/1-5-degrees/ The 1.5-degree target is understood to mean the goal of limiting the man-made global temperature increase due to the greenhouse effect to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2100 from the level before the start of industrialization. Almost all the states of the world have signed a treaty with the Paris Convention, according to which they intend to make efforts to achieve the 1.5 degree target. Climate researchers doubt that we will reach this goal, we would already be at 2 degrees. There is a lack of political will. Fridays for Future are fighting to keep the contract. What has to change to reach the goal? Researchers have developed scenarios that show ways. For example, the price of CO2 increases to 100€/ton. Renewable energies like wind power, solar energy are used instead of fossil fuels. We humans live well and in a climate-friendly way. Which pictures do artists create on this topic? We are looking forward to your exciting submissions! Open-call In a public call for entries, we invite artists to submit contributions for the above described theme for a group exhibition in our exhibition spaces. Disciplines: object, sculpture, installation, photo, painting, drawing, printmaking, video with […]
! OPEN CALL ALERT ! There is one month left to apply for 2021 Residency at GlogauAIR! Visit our website for more information on the program and to know how to apply. Join us in our 3 or 6 months residency and take your time and space to research, create, produce and present your work, alongside with other talented artists and in the lively atmosphere of Berlin! Remember, deadline is on the 30th of November 2020! https://glogauair.net/apply/residency/
Tangent Projects studios is now accepting applications for its studio residency programme for 2021. First round of residencies will be January 18th – April 16th. Application deadline: November 29th 2020. As a not-for-profit cultural association Tangent Projects is artist-driven and focused. We provide fair-priced, comfortable studio spaces for artists to work in a creative and dynamic environment, whilst also connecting and engaging with others working in the arts, both locally and globally. Adjoined to Tangent Projects gallery, the studios are an integral part of a growing and active network of art workers.
The second wave of the ESC open call is here! While looking forward to a more and more digitalized world VVOVVA asks artists to ‘Create art as you would do in 10 years in the future’. The aim of the ESC challenge is to investigate the future and, in particular, the bond of nature and technology through art, as well as its relation to us as humans, how it forms our perception and views. For this escape edition, VVOVVA will select the most interesting works in collaboration with 1646’s team of curators, Clara Pallí Monguilod & Johan Gustavsson. 1646 is a project space for contemporary art. A dedicated space for experimental art practices and ideas, 1646 is a platform for new productions and presentations with special emphasis on encouraging artists to realize new projects on location. 1646.nl → ESC Wave #2030, AW is curated by: Clara Pallí Monguilod & Johan Gustavsson — 1646, VVOVVA. The submission period starts on October 28 and ends on January 20. The selected artists will be notified by email and published on the VVOVVA blog on February 1. More information & apply: https://vvovva.com/inspire/esc-1646-vvovva/
ADAPTATION, RETELLING: Walter Benjamin claimed that “story telling is always the art of repeating stories”. Stories repeated around the fire, passed on and amended through generations. Stories made into other stories, plays, poems, films. Adaptation as repetition or retelling; as translation or interpretation; as remaking for changed circumstances; as context shifting. Linda Hutcheon writes against negative conceptions of adaptation in A Theory of Adaptation. For her, adaptation is “repetition, but repetition without replication”, and “always involves both (re)interpretation and then (re)creation”. We invite submissions that consider ideas of adaptation for our Issue 8, Please submit via our email address email@example.com with ‘Submission, [your name, work title]’ as the subject heading, and use WeTransfer for large files. If you have a question, include ‘QUERY’ in the subject heading. Include a brief description of the submission (no more than 100 words). Limits: 1000 words for text 40 lines for poetry 5 images (unless part of an image series with minimal text) Audio-visual submissions (including music and film) are recommended up to 4 minutes, but may be accepted up to 10 minutes.
Self Reflections January 15 – February 26, 2021 Virtual and Physical Exhibition Deadline to enter: November 26, 2020 The Call for Entry: The Foundry Art Centre in Saint Charles, Missouri is seeking submissions for “Self Reflections” an exhibition asking all artists how artists reflect on themselves and create self portraits? Whether it’s through abstract expression, photography, sculpture, or traditional portraiture, we want to see how artists recognize themselves in their work and portray themselves to others. Open to all mediums, this exhibition will feature works that explore the world of portraiture in classic and nontraditional forms both online and physically in our gallery space. All two and three dimensional work will be considered for this physical and virtual exhibition. Juror: Natalie Baldeon is a Visual Artist and Educator living in Saint Louis, MO. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from The University of Central Florida in 2008, and her Masters of Fine Arts from Washington University in 2012. She has exhibited her work locally and regionally at venues such as the St Louis Artist Guild, Arcade Contemporary Projects, and the Millitzer Gallery. In 2017 she was the Visiting Instructor for ‘Drafts in Gesture’ at the Pulitzer Arts […]
After a long, long COVID-19 quarantine, Warehouse 4726 and our fellow artists are ready for a little social distanced community engagement! We’re opening our doors and letting in the fresh (hopefully cooler) October air for our first Open Studio of the fall! Come see what we’ve worked on these past few months – the artist community has been really, really busy! We ask that you wear your mask and maintain social distancing for safety and comfort – and we can’t wait to see you and hear what you’ve been up to these past few months, too!
Studio Baustelle ist ein Künstler*innen Kollektiv in Neukölln. Wir veranstalten Workshops, Ausstellungen, Talks und Kunstauktionen. Wir sind in Neukölln angesiedelt und nehmen an verschiedenen Kunstfestivals wie 48h NK, Offene Ateliers (Werkstadt e.V.) und LA Connect teil. Wir sind eine Gruppe von 4 Künstlerinnen aus verschiedenen Genres (Fotografie, Grafik und Malerei). Unsere Idee ist es Künstler*innen zu vernetzen und zeitgenössische Diskurse anzuregen. Wir unterstützen internationale und regionale Kooperationen. Wir versuchen die Diskurse und das Erleben von Kunst so offen wie möglich zu gestalten und Barrieren zu überwinden. Studio Baustelle Current – Contemporary Occulture Diese Ausstellung hebt Werke von Künstler*innen und Okkultist*innen hervor, die in der aktuellen Okkultur in Berlin-Deutschland und Malmö-Schweden aktiv sind. Vernissage 16. Oktober 19-22 Uhr 17. Oktober 15-19 Uhr 18. Oktober 15-19 Uhr 19.-23. Oktober nach Vereinbarung Finissage 24. Oktober 17-21 Uhr Ausstellende Künstler*innen: Annsofie Jonsson Christian Ermel Ewa Lidtke Hagen von Tulien Tobias Pettersson Was ist Okkultur? Der Begriff soll von Genesis Breyer P-Orridge in den 1980er Jahren geprägt worden sein und ist eine Kombination aus den Wörtern “okkult” und “Kultur” und beschreibt etwas, das sowohl kulturell als auch okkult/spirituell ist. Okkultur kann auch als der Raum zwischen Kunst und Magie beschrieben werden. Der Raum, in dem […]
New hanging at If paintings were live pets, would you buy them more readily? oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine
Image change: another, new hanging with help by the audience Friday 16.10.2020, 7pm (2 places left) Friday 13.11.2020, 7pm Saturday 12.12.2020, 3pm – only by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org), a limited number of seats – (mask required) We are delighted to present the solo exhibition If Paintings were live Pets, would you buy them more readily? Oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine by Swiss artist Matthias Aeberli (Basel) at das Esszimmer. His method of sampling – content- and formal-wise – can be viewed as a visual experimental arrangement that revolves around the one question: „How does an image become an image?“. This image survey or image research runs throughout Matthias Aeberli’s entire oeuvre.
(ESP, English below) Comisariada por Margot Cuevas & Gabriel Virgilio Luciani 16 de octubre – 11 de noviembre, Tangent Projects gallery. La segunda ley hermética de la alquimia, as above so below (tanto arriba como abajo) busca evidenciar un intercambio dialéctico, coral y polifónico entre varios estados potenciales que puede tener toda entidad. Hay semejanzas, ecos y reflejos matéricos, esotéricos y mesotéricos que resuenan justamente como las metáforas resuenan con su sujeto de interés. Entre el estrato de existencia y percepción de arriba y el de abajo residen miles de mutantes y ciborgs; productos de ficción y fusión. Este entremedio se constituye por un simulacro que parece pero no es, que desobedece un anclaje fijo en la veracidad. Either but neither (ambos pero a la vez ninguno). Este fenómeno aparentemente paradójico es lo que genera un mareo muy peculiar: un horror existencial hacia lo ambiguo, indeterminable, invertido, lo que recuerda a pero no lo es. Nos encontramos así ante lo que se llama Postmodern Vertigo, un pánico, una dislocación sensorial y de la propia estructura que sustenta nuestra realidad. No es un rechazo a la realidad o a su existencia, ni tampoco una negación de nuestra existencia como sujetos. Es […]
OPEN CALL 2021 | Annual Grant Residency Program ZARATAN AIR DEADLINE | From 15th October to 15th November, 2020 (24H00) ELIGIBILITY | Emerging and professional artists, performers, musicians, curators, writers and other cultural agents are eligible to apply. The residency program is designed for international artists – or national artists residing abroad – for the development of artistic projects, individual or collective. Zaratan defends a multidisciplinary and experimental attitude, where all the areas and the languages of the artistic expression are considered. DURATION | 4 weeks GRANT | Once a year Zaratan offers a 4 weeks residency grant, which covers the studio and accommodation fees for one artist selected through the applications process. THE OPEN CALL IS NOW OPEN FROM 15th OCTOBER TO 15th NOVEMBER, 2020. ABOUT ZARATAN AIR | Driven by the desire to intensify and exchange knowledge with artists through creative and productive practices, in 2015 Zaratan announced the promotion of an international art residency. Our goal is to mix experienced artists with emerging artists and give them the possibility to bring their work in an experimental context through exchange and collaboration within the local network. The artists-in-residence at Zaratan are given the opportunity to develop a project over a fixed period of time, and to reflect and […]
Artists of all disciplines creating in any media are welcome to apply: dance, theatre, music, sound, performance art, writing, painting, drawing, printmaking, textiles, culinary, photography, video/film, animation, architecture, sculpture (any material), ceramics, mixed-media / multi-media, interdisciplinary, installation, and other new/alternative media. Researchers, curators, and art critics are also welcome to apply. Open to emerging and established artists.
An Global Art Project Exhibition that includes work from the FRAG exchange project, which is an ongoing project from this collaborative collective representing 17 countries and over 50 members. This exhibition is housed in a beautiful gallery space in Madrid, Spain, known as Casa de Cultura de San Lorenzo. Curated by GAP founder and artist, Carl Heyward, and facilitated by Isabel Ruiz Peridiguero, this exhibition will open to the public during a celebratory festival in Madrid on Friday October 9th, 2020.
an exhibition of works from GLOBAL ART FRAG PROJECT created via the exchange of collage, and assemblage materials, starts, suggestions, discards and ephemera between members of GAP, an international collaborative cooperative of more than 60 members working in 17 countries. The exhibition includes results of the Frag Exchange Project as well as works created collaboratively in GAP residencies, (Italy, Mexico, Senegal) during collaborative studio sessions in Belgium and California as well as examples from the GAP artists’ book series DISLOCATIONS all originating from frags (fragments) and developed into original works by the recipient in several of the myriad ways in which collaboration processes can be manifest allowing investigation into new ways to create; eliminating preciousness and attachment that connects artists in ways that might otherwise not exist.
Open-call for a contemporary art co-curator (flexible part time) at UCA Projects, Athens. Requirements: . in tune with UCA projects’ principles . Athens GR resident . 40< . proficient in English . team player . dedicated . thirsty . efficient . in tune with UCA projects’ principles CV & curatorial statement → email@example.com
OPEN CALL FOR ART STUDENTS Show us projects that combine different materials in unique and interesting ways. Win prizes from Modulor to choose from their huge selection of professional art supplies and get featured in ArtConnect’s Magazine as well as Modulor’s own magazine for creatives. How do materials inspire you and enter into your artistic process? What combinations of materials excite you? Show us projects that you think combine materials in fascinating ways. This open call is created especially with the new school year in mind and is open to students registered at art schools in Europe. Projects may be either digital or analog as long as they incorporate and highlight at least two materials in combination or juxtaposition. We want to make it possible for you to take some risks and experiment with new materials and that’s why we developed this open call together with Modulor. AWARDS 1 x First prize winner will receive: 1 x 150 euro voucher redeemable at Modulor’s online store 2 x Runners-up will receive: 1 x 50 euro voucher redeemable at Modulor’s online store All three projects will be: Featured in ArtConnect Magazine Featured in Modulor’s Online Magazine Have their work shared on both […]
These are uncertain times for young artists. That is why …ism project space makes room for three starting artists who have finished art academy this summer. Werner van der Zwan, Ruben Golstein and Eva Sigurðardóttir are educated at three different academies but all work site-specific. The artists met at ..ism and will work together for a few weeks within the space to complete the exhibition. In this way they are in dialogue with each other as well as with the specific spatial possibilities of …ism. The artists are lost in a one way space…
Opening: If paintings were live pets, would you buy them more readily? oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine
>> Opening: Friday 18.09.2020, 6 – 9pm and Saturday 19.09.2020, 1 – 5pm presentation by Matthias Aeberli Friday, 7 pm / Saturday, 4 pm We are delighted to present the solo exhibition If Paintings were live Pets, would you buy them more readily? Oder Bilderlügen haben lange Beine by Swiss artist Matthias Aeberli (Basel) at das Esszimmer. His method of sampling – content- and formal-wise – can be viewed as a visual experimental arrangement that revolves around the one question: „How does an image become an image?“. This image survey or image research runs throughout Matthias Aeberli’s entire oeuvre. The current exhibition at Das ESSZIMMER tries to fathom whether a lie is an inherent component of every painting, or if there can exist paintings that do not lie. Thereupon the provocative and confusing exhibition title is referred to. Aeberli’s sampling method and image research is incorporated into the exhibition concept in diverse ways. Thus, during the opening days, the artist will browse through a section of his numerous sketchbooks as part of a presentation – simultaneously projected and recorded, so that the sketchbooks will also be present during the exhibition. The front, street-side exhibition room becomes a Schaulager, where every […]
GlogauAIR is very excited to invite you to our Open Studios from the 18th to the 19th of September 2020 (on-site event). After we had to move this event, showcasing the work of our artist in residence on-line this year in the light of recent events, we are looking forward to welcome you back through our doors at Glogauer Straße 16, 10999 Berlin. The virtual format will however remain in parallel throughout October 4th 2020. It will allow us to keep artists professionals and art enthusiast from all over the world connected. // PROGRAM // Friday 18th September 18 – 22h On-line & On-site Open Studios // Resident Artists Project Space // Berlin Guest Resident Saturday 19th September 14 – 19h On-line & On-site Open Studios // Resident Artists Project Space // Berlin Guest Resident // CURRENT RESIDENT ARTISTS // The Open Studios present the work of 8 international artists, who worked in our residency space as well as abroad in the last three months. These artists have created art in various mediums and have explored a broad range of subjects and ideas which we are looking forward to present to you. On-site: Clara Gross Rosalind Holgate Smith Maria Kubysh […]
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Mycophilia is a residency for artists who want to learn more about mushrooms. The residency will involve daily excursions into forests, biology laboratories, collections and farms with guidance by the knowledgeable people who work there. Outline: You are invited to give an artist talk to introduce your practice to the group (talks) Wild mushrooms of the Gatineau Forest (foray) Photograph spores with Scanning Electron Microscope and dissecting microscope (lab visit) Lichen of the Chelsea Cemetery (foray) Foraging fungi for food and color (foray) Mycology in contemporary art (lecture) Spore printing and microscopy (workshop) Fungal tree relationships (Lecture on Mycorrhizae) Visit to a research laboratory to learn about plant/fungi signaling Ottawa Mycological Circle collection and identification (foray and study group) Fungal DNA sequencing with the Museum of Nature (lab visit) Biosonification of live mushroom cultures in the lab and the field Visit to the Canadian National Mycological Herbarium Visit the Shiitake Grove at the Forest and Farm
https://hyperdome.xyz/opencall/ HYPER FORM International 3D Modeling Competition | Deadline 5th of November 2020 1st Prize: 500€ | 2nd Prize: 250€ | 3rd Prize: 150€ LAPSUS Art Space and Laboratory is launching an International Abstract 3D-printable Sculpture Competition for artists under 35 in order to stimulate creativity in a digitized reality. The theme is Hyper Form, alluding to nonphysical and dynamic space, based on the simultaneity of plans and events in hyperreality – a dimension where the real and the fictional blend, or, as described by Jean Baudrillard “the generation by models of a real without origin or reality”. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic the digitized world becomes the world of communication, while sculpture, one of the most earthly of the arts, has the challenge to become fluid by digitization. Our open call wants to give a chance to young artists, 3D modelers, art and design students around the world to express their visions of hyperreality, seeing it both as a means and as a space to work within. The sculpture should function both as something generated and imagined in hyperspace, between the digital and the real – an object which becomes real only by way of its contradictions. Send your sculptures as […]
This exhibition presents a reflection on the transposition of choreography in contemporary art works and methods through photography, sculpture, video, and performance. The dancing body occupies a central place in this show, where the potential of movement is explored in visual art.
The influential Viennese media artist Peter Kogler shows the installation EYES ONLY, for which he also uses a 3D LED fan for the first time. The artist, who participated in the documenta IX in Kassel in 1992, is internationally renowned for his computer animations, video projections, and illusionistic as well as real spatial labyrinths that animate and redefine architecture. Using computer-set, digitally printed paper webs and a projection generated by a 3D LED fan, Peter Kogler transforms the whole gallery space into a showcase of so much attraction. Curved lines along the walls, ceiling and floor strive towards a hologram-like, free-floating eye, which, like the human one, is constantly in slight motion. The overall picture appears like a modern icon, which triggers a wide range of associations in the viewer, ranging from the illusion of the private sphere, through the public Big Brother level to the meta-level of the divine eye.
This was a sculpture project that has been transformed into scenic action. It has as its origin the history of the spoking sculptures of Rome. Pasquino is the nickname the Romans gave to a very dilapidated sculpture from the 3rd century BC found in Rome. The inhabitants of 1501 began to use this sculpture to hang on them writings against the power that daredto say what they were silent as dangerous, from which the word “pasquín” becomes. J.Cera shows us a video of the project: “Conversations with Pasquino”, a scenic piece that will be represented by holograms where Pasquino’s character recovers his own voice to tell the artist that he is about to announce the end of the story and that she must sing the lullaby of awakening. Joana Cera is a multidisciplinary artist which hybridizes its means of production and hers methodologies with a high formal and conceptual intensity; sculpture, video, drawing and installations, are the available media for hers creativity wich is lately developed in long research periods unrelated to the combustion of the artistic scene. She has worked with art galleries as; Ana Mas projects (Barcelona-Puerto Rico), La caja blanca (Palma de Mallorca), La casa amarilla (Saragossa) […]
‘Carta Bianca’ OPEN CALL We are seeking new contributions to our magazine publication in the form of short texts and experimental writing as part of our fall series: “Carta Bianca”. We are looking for writing that reflects the shared experiences and knowledge spurred by 2020, asking what comes next for us. We strongly encourage submissions that are curious and critical, reflecting new ways of producing, collaborating, and forming solidarity. – Space52 non-profit art space announced an open call for artworks produced in quarantine in March 2020, selected by an international panel of curators. The Quarantine Exhibition received 445 submissions from all over the world and resulted in a catalogue consisting of 60 artists’ works and written reflections. The catalogue is now available at the National Museum of Contemporary Art bookstore in Athens and is available online on our website store. Submission at firstname.lastname@example.org / Att: Ariana Kalliga, until 1st Oct 2020.
September Art Lab Monday 7 September, 8pm Presenting: Jonathan Britten, Marigold Hodgkinson & Stuart Mel Wilson Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/75290096115?pwd=UzJreVcrTDQzTkh5R04vbXFiTlBJdz09 Meeting ID: 752 9009 6115 Passcode: 0mZcy6 Jonathan Britten Jonathan Britten currently resides in Bronte country on a beautiful patch of green belt. He has been creative for over 30 years since his teens and has worked experimentally across many media including painting, music creation and production, wood and stone carving, crafting. His practice is less commercially driven and more internally motivated to make sense of the world which has never been stronger than at this time. His work has been described as ‘mystical’, ‘magical’, ‘spiritual’, ‘colourful’, ‘weird (but in a good way)’. Jonathan creates concepts with striking & contrasting colourwork, aiming to create aesthetically energetic artworks with an organic feel, hoping that the viewer find a pleasing resonance within them. Marigold Hodkinson Marigold Hodkinson’s site-Specific projects engage with the environment often in movement generated by the ‘Element’s ’ unpredictable effects of wind, water, light and shadow and reflection. ‘Floating installations’ staged in moat, river and lake: ‘Wind’ activated sculpture overlooking the sea: ‘Reflection’ used as a shifting mirror or screen. Marigold is based in London and Warwickshire. https://sculptors.org.uk/artists/marigold-hodgkinson Stuart […]
Global Art Project and Curator Carl Heyward, GAP member and co-curator Ron Weijers and 10dence Gallery, The Netherlands, Present CrossingBorders, U.S.A. at Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery – featuring work by members of Global Art Project (GAP). GAP, the international collaborative collective drawn from the culturally diverse 60 member group in 17 countries, come together in one gallery space to illustrate their individual artistic vision of what it means to Cross Borders. Not only physical borders set by governments and geographical locations throughout the world, but emotional, philosophical and personal borders as well. This exhibition includes elements from the first installment of CrossingBorders, which took place in Ghent, Belgium in 2019 (pre-pandemic) at Campo-Santo. This is the first time this expansive show comes to the United States. Curator Heyward has added new works by new artist members to GAP.
An invitation to view CrossingBorders USA offering interpretations of the personal, social, political or cultural barriers and limitations that bind, confound or limit expression, freedoms and growth from GLOBAL ART PROJECT, an international collaborative collective of 60 multidisciplinary artists working out of 17 countries meeting the challenge of art practice in an uncertain environment. We look forward to sharing a unique 3D Virtual Tour experience of the exhibition as well as welcoming you physically into the gallery. What Borders are YOU Willing to Cross? CrossingBorders an exhibition of works by members of Global Art Project, an international collaborative collective with over 50 members from 15 different countries. Exhibition concept: The Borders are wide, various, concrete and philosophical, offering an illusion of safety and definitive organization of reality ignoring the shifts in need and agendas at play at any given time on the international stage and the internal stage. Borders as a theme not defined, but implied. The obvious way to look at Borders is as it relates to geographic demarcation and socio-political implications, the artists in this exhibition take it one step further; Borders that confound and limit us personally; Borders to be psychologically challenged, broken through and/or accepted. Risk […]
The scheme ›Something that can only be seen in faint outlines, not clearly visible‹ Jörn Budesheim Barbara Bux Daniel Scheffel From September 1st to 20th, 2020, the artist Barbara Bux and the artist Daniel Scheffel – both from Frankfurt / EULENGASSE exhibition space – will exhibit together with the Kassel artist Jörn Budesheim in kunstbalkon (art balcony) in Kassel, Germany. The exhibition “Der Schemen” is part of a cooperation between kunstbalkon and EULENGASSE. For decades kunstbalkon has maintained a lively exchange with artists and galleries from all over the world who are invited to Kassel and who in turn invite artists from kunstbalkon. In 2020 there will be another collaboration with the art association EULENGASSE from Frankfurt. For this collaboration, two exhibitions are planned in Frankfurt and Kassel, each with three artists: In Frankfurt, the artist Andrea Blumör, as the representative of EULENGASSE, welcomes Margrit Gehrhus and Jörn Budesheim from the Kassel art balcony from October 8 to 25. Under the title “All colors paint black”, the exhibition uses aesthetic means to deal with current social issues. The exhibition is curated by Vládmir Combre de Sena M.A. Before that, the artist Jörn Budesheim ›welcomes‹ the two representatives of EULENGASSE Barbara […]
An interdisciplinary artist residency in suburban upstate of İstanbul.
Applications are now open for GlogauAIR´s on-line Residencies starting in October 2020 until December 2020. Deadline: September 13th 23h45 (CET), 2020 Where: On-line Duration: starting 1st October 2020 and finishing 30th December 2020. Residency Fees: Open Studios, Program and Technical Support Fee 300 € / monthly (for the three months Residency) The non-profit organization GlogauAIR offers an online residency program starting 1st October 2020 and finishing 30th December. GlogauAIR’s on-line Residency 2020 is open to all nationalities and art disciplines. We organize activities and exchange projects in collaboration with other institutions as well as the Open Studios, where GlogauAIR opens its virtual doors to art lovers and enthusiasts, inviting them to virtually visit the studios of contemporary artworks from different countries across the world. The works seen in the event are the result of three or six months of intensive creation and production at the GlogauAIR studios as well as studios all over the world. In spite of their global dispersion, they now come together and offer an immediate connection and direct engagement with creation for an international audience. We look forward to bringing artists together on-line: to discuss, work, collaborate, and be engaged and inspired. The program will include curatorial support, regular group meetings, talks by experts and workshops. The artists […]
Now accepting submissions for The Concern. a magazine. issue 3. Email hi res jpegs or pdfs of image based work, word docs (preferred) of text based work to: theconcernnewsstand (@) gmail by October 1, 2020. The magazine will be 8.5” x 11” in size. This year has proven our concerns are through the roof, there are too many to count. What are you concerned about, it can be a societal issue, a personal issue, small, big, general, detailed? It is open ended. Submissions will be curated into the magazine; unfortunately not all will be able to make it. Those who have a piece in the final issue, will receive a free copy mailed to them, plus a generous discount on multiple copies. See Issue 2 for more details.
Fall & Winter 2020 | September – December 2020 | Virtual Program Musicians in any genre, working at any level from amateur to professional, are invited to join this welcoming community where we’ll learn by doing. Join in with your voice or your instrument (and feel free to mute your own singing/playing) as Michael Harrison shares the Kirana lineage of Khayal singing he learned from his Gurus Pandit Pran Nath, Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan, Terry Riley and La Monte Young, as well as teaching one of Hazrat Inayat Khan’s compositions. Together, we’ll experience the basics of raga, from structural principles to the building blocks of basic rhythmic cycles, improvisation, and ways of combining raga with Western musical approaches. Elizabeth LatifaNoor Anderson will also teach weekly practice sessions to assist everyone in learning and practicing. Come explore the beauty and the techniques of raga in this nurturing environment, and learn how these rich traditions can illuminate your own musical voice. Director The Program will be directed by composer and pianist Michael Harrison, a recurring Music Program Director and Visiting Artist of Arts Letters & Numbers. Application Deadline Enrollment in program is open until September 1st, 2020 Duration of Program 75-minute classes will […]
Curated by Carl Heyward at Gallerie Renee Marie, Benicia, California. On view through October 31, 2020. Despite our continuing troubles with COVID-19, artists are still working to interpret the world and their responses to it. And even through the many barriers that now, unfortunately, must exist, artists are still finding ways for the public to see their work. Once again, curator Carl Heyward has brought another excellent show to Gallerie Renee Marie. By appointment, the public is invited to visit this wonderful exhibition. The show features the photography of Oakland based multidisciplinary artist and poet Brian Auerbach. The main room of the gallery showcases Auerbach’s interpretive photographs debuting in the show. The intimate gallery is arranged in the ground floor space of one of Benicia’s historic homes, and Heyward has placed works of several Benicia based artists that compliment Auerbach’s ‘Obliterant’ theme in rooms adjacent to the main space. Auerbach captures heart grabbing images of graffiti, rust, painted marks, and advertising copy. Through digital manipulation, he alters and blends these fragments with images taken from nature. Auerbach makes powerful use of the color red in several especially effective pieces; and presents movingly mysterious images of dusk and the not-quite-seen things […]
Last days of the extended exhibition “Die Relation der Unschärfe” by the artist Michael Graeve (Melbourne) lie ahead. Until the 15th of August 2020, we still offer you the possibility to visit the exhibition during our current opening hours Thursday + Friday 3 – 6:30 pm or by appointment. We look forward to seeing you soon. Stay healthy and updated about our upcoming exhibitions on our website and social media channels. Instagram: das_esszimmer Twitter: das_esszimmer www.dasesszimmer.com
Arts Letters & Numbers is a place of creative urgency, a place to create new linkages and pathways of understanding in an interdisciplinary environment. It is a place where people come together to co-construct questions and works, of empathy, of ethics, of imagination.
Solo exhibition by media artist Won Moon, looking into the great narrative of history, society, culture and geography and the layers of micro history, society, culture, and geography, we are given today. Salt, blood and soil symbolize “resurrection (survival),” “sacrifice (vulnerability)” and “territoriality” respectively. Won Moon works across installation, performance, and video. In her practice textiles are often presented as a medium.
Join us for a 3 or 6 months art residency in the heart of Berlin!Centered on the principles of explore, create, and exhibit, the residency program offers the use of a studio space in a historic building in Berlin and a base in Kreuzberg from which to explore and discover the creative side of the city.
CALL FOR ENTRIES Founded in 1976, Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC is seeking entries for an international online juried show “Us: What divides us and what unites us?” scheduled to exhibit online September 11 – October 30, 2020. TG-Us-About-our-Jurors-09-2020 TG-Us-Prospectus-09-2020 Jurors: – Kimberli Gant, PhD, McKinnon Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA – Kristen Hileman, Independent Curator & Curator-in-Residence, The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE – Frauke V. Josenhans, PhD, Associate Curator, Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University, Houston, TX – Miranda Lash, Curator of Contemporary Art, Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY – Karen E. Milbourne, PhD, Senior Curator, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian, Washington, DC – Gabriel Ritter, PhD, Curator and Head of Contemporary Art, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN AWARDS ENTRY FEE $20 APPLY at www.touchstonegallery.com DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, August 17, 2020
An artist-in-residency within VIADELLAFUCINA16 Condominio-Museo. An experiment of urban regeneration and collective transformation through the power of art. Turin, Italy. CONTEXT viadellafucina16 was launched by Kaninchen-Haus in 2016, with the aim of giving life to the world’s first experiment of a Condominium-Museum. The project occurs within a majestic 19th-century building, that we find today in a state of decline, in the heart of the Turin’s district Porta Palazzo, close to the city centre, where the biggest open air market in Europe rises. Through an international open call, whose 1st edition received over 400 candidacies, the artists have been invited to realize their artwork in the common areas of the building, with the purpose of promoting its regeneration and activating a dialogue among the tenants. The winning projects were selected by the inhabitants themselves (about 200 people of various nationalities, living in 53 apartments) with the support of our Scientific Committee of curators and insiders, on the basis of the artists’ ability to engage the community in the design and production of the artworks, to interpret the community’s desires and to activate new forms of sociality through a process of co-creation and collective care. “Condominium” is a Latin word formed […]
Five artists, curators and gallerists from Indonesia, Japan, Poland and Switzerland talk about their current situation, new artworks and allocated artist-run initiatives. PDF: artist-run-online-talks_kunsthallekleinbasel Contact: email@example.com
This exhibition, curated by Carl Heyward and Ron Weijers begs the question: “What borders are you willing to cross?” An exhibition featuring works by Global Art Project artists, who have encountered this question many times in their work and their lives. CrossingBorders is a conceptual collaborative group exhibition project for art professionals affiliated with Global Art Project (GAP). The aim is on transferring the projects concept to the public and extending the participants professional international networks and art market. The CrossingBorders exhibition aims to bring together Global Art Project affiliated artists from all over the world, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders with the ambition to enter each other’s markets artistically. The CrossingBorders exhibition has been curated by the American artist and founder of Global Art Project, Carl Heyward and the Dutch artist and curator Ron Weijers. The curators of the CrossingBorders exhibition, stimulate and expect a conceptual reflection on distances or barriers, included in the perceptual context of a border, a blocking in thinking, acceptance and/or understanding by means of political issues, globalization, immigration, climate change, gender, race, culture, religious racism, terrorism, genocide, war, misogynist behavior, feelings of fear or superiority etc.etc… In other words, the GAP artists reflect upon their own conceptions about what constitutes a border or boundary and what it means to cross it. The inaugural exhibition took place in Ghent, Belgium in July of 2019. GAP affiliated artists included (in alphabetical order): Nadi Adatepe – Noorwegen/Norway, Lynn Arnold – VS/USA, BrianAuerbach – VS/USA, Francis Beaty – VS/USA, Pat Calabro – VS/USA, Linda Coppens – België/Belgium, Mar Daines – Frankrijk/France, Mikel Frank – VS/USA, Ana Gabiño – Mexico, Carl Heyward – VS/USA, Jennifer Homer-Hynes – VS/USA, Christopher Padgett Hunnicutt – VS/USA, William Jaggers – VS/USA, David Jenowe – VS/USA, Macha Mélanie – Frankrijk/USA, Naomi Middelmann – Zwitserland/Switseland, Emmanuel Montoya – VS/USA, Susumu Ohira – Japan/Japan, Judith Pauly-Bender – Duitsland/Germany, Compagnie Puls’Art – Frankrijk/France, Glen Rogers – Mexico/Mexico, Isabel Ruiz Perdiguero – Spanje/Spain, Akiko Suzuki-Heyward – Japan/VS– Japan/USA, Patrick Tagoe-Turkson – Ghana/Ghana, Christine Verhaert – België/Belgium, Frans van Viegen – Nederland/the Netherlands, Ron Weijers – Nederland/the Netherlands, Syporca Whandal – Hongarije/Hongary, MadeleineWories – VS/USA and Dimitri Xato – Spanje/Spain
Big Shop Friday host Matters of Interest (MoI) – a twice monthly peer-led series of Skype based research-roundtables designed to bring together artists and designers during the current COVID-19 lockdown. Each Matter of Interest is led by artist Thomas Eke and will take place as a group chat, during which a subject of interest will be researched and discussed by participants in one 90 minute conversational thread. Visit www.bigshopfriday.co.uk for the Reader which is released the week before each session to help start thoughts and conversation for each topic. Previous Readers are also made available here. For more updates visit instagram @bigshopfriday | @matters.of.interest
Solidarity at this difficult time is an important issue! “Quarantine Exhibition” is a virtual exhibition during fragile times. The COVID-19 pandemic changes our lives significantly day after day. Despite the current crisis, art is demonstrating its force. In April, after lockdown measures were put in place around the world, our immediate impulse was to bring together artists, friends, peers and professionals from any geographic location, with no limits on age, nationality, or career stage, through the format of a truly open, open call. The artists were motivated to submit a statement and an artwork in any medium of their choice, transmitting their immediate impressions during quarantine. With a total of 445 submissions, the open call shifted into a plethora of voices and impulses, as well as a cartography of the global sentiment. With a variety of strong and compelling works, the selection process became simultaneously exciting and challenging. Space52 and the selection committee have selected 60 artists that will be included in the exhibition. Selected international artists are invited to engage in a series of online exhibitions, eventually staging a gallery exhibition. Paying tribute to the solidarity shown by artists and institutions, at a time when art is suffering fully […]
Deadline for application 20.03.20 Last place available – June 2020! KuBa: kulturbahnhof, Klein Warnow – A place of motion and emotion a particular program for inspiration, dialogue & cooperation, open to the challenges of our time. KuBa: kulturbahnhof is located on the site of a former train station in the town of Klein Warnow (Brandenburg), on the Berlin-Hamburg railrway. The residency program offers artists, writers and cultural scientists a place to work, create and experiment. The interaction with this unique location is an essential element of the project. The artistic directors of KuBa: kulturbahnhof are Sharon Horodi and Cheb Mika Kammerer. The two are artists, active in the field of video, photography, performance-art and creative writing. Both have many years of experience in curating exhibitions and artistic events, community based art projects and transcultural exchange programs. Vision: Vision: A train station is a space comprised of motion and of emotions, arrivals and farewells, a place of joy and longing. Like art, the station forms the thin line between the private and public spheres. Our vision is to create within this space a place that inspires one’s own work, and invites artists to interact with one another and the place itself. […]
Juxtapose Art Fair is a new, non-commercial fair that aims to showcase and celebrate the diversity of the artist-run sector. We are now seeking applications from artist-run initiatives to participate in the first edition of Juxtapose Art Fair on June 4-6, 2021 in Aarhus, Denmark. Initiatives may include artist-run exhibition spaces, artist collectives, independent art publications, online platforms, or other artist-run organizations and collaborative projects. We invite you to propose a project that best represents your initiative’s unique profile. Projects can be in any media, including performative, interactive, and temporal artworks and activities. What could you show, or do, or make at the fair, that would most effectively communicate your initiative’s core mission? Selected initiatives will be exhibited in Godsbanen’s Rå Hal, a former freight train garage. Think outside the booth – how could you best utilize this space to showcase your initiative? Proposals are not binding, as we expect projects to evolve in the lead-up to the fair. Deadline September 1, 2020 Eligibility Non-commercial, contemporary, visual art initiatives, run by artists and/or independent cultural workers. Individual artists not connected to a larger initiative may register for the conference that will be held in connection to the fair, but are […]
Arquetopia Foundation – All Residency Programs – Mexico and Peru – for Artists, Designers, Writers, Curators & Art Historians – 2021
Apply Now through Sunday, July 26, 2020. Spaces are limited. Residency applications are evaluated for selection as they are received vs. after the deadline has passed. Website: www.arquetopia.org/open-calls-deadlines E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Founded in 2009, Arquetopia Foundation is an internationally established, award-winning nonprofit arts and cultural foundation with a social scope that emphasizes critical thinking through artistic practices. Our comprehensive, customized International Artist-in-Residence Programs are the largest and most reputable in Latin America, with an array of contents anchored in a solid structure of collaborations with prominent cultural institutions, renowned experts, and notable artists. We are invested in approaching art and art history with a critical perspective by understanding Mexico and Peru’s complexity in context and incorporating nuances in narratives and interpretation especially of the 3,000-year heritage of visual culture of these two countries. Our residency programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art historians, art educators, writers, journalists, and cultural researchers age 20 and over. MEET OUR PAST RESIDENT ARTISTS: For profiles, feedback and testimonials from many of our outstanding past resident artists, art historians, and writers, don’t miss this page on our website: Arquetopia Foundation: Our Resident Artists Arquetopia Foundation is now welcoming […]
Submit your proposal for a chance to: 1. Get featured in Vol. 2 of our magazine 2. Participate in an auction at Liveauctioneers.com 3. Exhibit your work at an art gallery in Barcelona 4. Get a free online session with an Art Professional to receive feedback on your proposal ELIGIBILITY * Artists of any nationality and age, evidencing a committed artistic career are welcome to submit their work. * All forms of two-dimensional and three-dimensional work in any medium are welcome, such as: painting, drawing, illustration, collage, street art, digital, printmaking, fibre, photography, installation and sculpture. There are no restrictions on the dimensions of work submitted. THEME PORTRAYALS OF FLESH is a thematic open call focused on the celebration of the body in its most honest form. This multifaceted group exhibition takes its cues from both the classic and contemporary styles of portraiture. We invite literal and abstract interpretations of portraits, which will create a nuanced interrogation of our perceptions of beauty. We want to see your journey of stepping outside the perceived notions of what beauty is, into what beauty can potentially be, though each artist’s chosen medium. SELECTION PROCESS * The selection process will consist of three rounds […]
Free to apply: Winners will receive 250 EUR, an original, in-depth interview in ARTCONNECT Magazine and be featured on ARTCONNECT’s homepage, with over 200,000 views a month, as well as our social media channels — giving your artwork the attention it deserves from our audience of artists, curators, collectors, and cultural influencers. With this open call ‘Correspondence’ we want to showcase the power of cooperation and collaboration. By celebrating works that involve two or more artists working together, we bring to the forefront the idea that we are better together and unexpected and exciting things happen when we connect with each other. AWARDS: 2 Projects will be selected to win. They will each receive: 1 x 250 euro cash prizes (to be shared as a group) 1 x Feature in ARTCONNECT Magazine 1 x Virtual studio visit with curator Brunno Silva In addition, Brunno Silva will select 3 x Honorable Mentions, to be published in ARTCONNECT Magazine and shared on our social media channels. DEADLINE: June 25, 2020 — 23:59 CEST More information on ARTCONNECT’s website and link to apply. (https://bit.ly/2Mcvbqt) IMAGE CREDIT: Artwork in promo picture by Wenhui Zheng Graphic Designer, Paper Artist, and Set Designer. See more of her […]
Contemporary textiles exhibition Textile Art by Insuk Han Artist Statement: My work starts from “unknown”, Something I am not familiar with, things that I do not know yet. Wanting to know more about the materials that I’ve never used before, or the methods that I’ve never tried before. It intrigues me. By experimenting the unknowns, I discover the way to understand them. I discover my way. Still, I do not know how it would resolve. The end result is unknown. What it would look like when all the “unknowns” are stacked together, how they would harmonize. The process leads itself. I keep trying till I find out. That’s my way of understanding the unknowns. When you face the unknown, you just need to dig deeper and deeper till you know them.
We are now accepting registrations for the 3rd-Thursday(3T) Spring 2020! 3T is a monthly, one-day participatory art show for creative and interactive exchanges between the artists and communities. Started in January 2019, 3T’s vision is to reconstruct and expand the role of art for richer communication and understanding of each other. By giving voice to emerging, under-recognized, marginalized and aspiring artists, 3T is a place for advancing one’s social and personal transformation through creativity and exchange. Under the vision, 3T is wide open to all ages, disciplines, experiences, and backgrounds. Registrations reviewed until Sunday, Mar. 29th https://www.artslettersandnumbers.com/3rdthursday
Now in its eighth consecutive year, Platforms Project is the international show that indicatively charts the art currently produced through collective initiatives by young artists on the international scene as they join forces to seek answers to contemporary artistic questions. In recent weeks, the whole world has been experiencing the rapid developments around the COVID-19 pandemic. Platforms Project, taking seriously into account the events as they unfold globally, the difficulty for many of our exhibitors to travel to Athens and the need to safeguard the health of artists and visitors alike, has decided to postpone this year’s event. Evidently, this year we will not get together; but creativity and art does not stop, so we shall meet on the internet. Platforms Project establishes a new approach to art viewing via Platforms Project Net, a web-based art fair. We stay at home but we continue to create and bring together the voices of the independent art scene, demonstrating the power of art and technology. The Platforms Project Net will enable the art-loving public to access the artists’ groups and their works via a digital exhibition. Viewers can try a new experience by visiting the Platforms Project website for 15 days, from […]
Unique solo-format journal of fine art photography calls for portfolio submissions for its July 2020 edition. Dek Unu Magazine publishes and promotes accomplished, adventurous photography monthly online and in print. Not-for-profit, non-advertising, no fee. Current edition at https://www.dekunumag.com. Complete guidelines for this call: www.dekunumag.com/submit
Arts Letters & Numbers is opening a platform for you to share your experiences, creative and inventive ways to contribute to this worldwide crisis with love and care. “Letters for Others” hopes to invite people to take a moment and contemplate the current conditions and possible responses to the situation. While communications have become increasingly virtual and instantaneous, the form of letter writing could bring new and unexpected discoveries. These letters could take completely new forms or come from old works revisited and rearticulated with new perspectives from the crisis. www.artslettersandnumbers.com/letters-for-others
Deadline: TUESDAY 30 JUNE 2020 AT 23:59 (CET) Please click here for more information. THE RESIDENCY GlogauAIR is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 by the artist Chema Alvargonzalez with the intention to create a meeting point between artists from all disciplines to work in collaboration, expanding their practice in terms of material, format, and style. Centered on the principles of explore, create, and exhibit, the residency program offers the use of a studio space in a historic building in Berlin and a base in Kreuzberg from which to explore and discover the creative side of the city. Taking part in a residency at GlogauAIR, 13 international artists will receive support, advice, and become a part of a community that acts as base in Berlin to be able to visit the city and it’s thousand cultural venues and a place where other artists are living a similar experience in an atmosphere of friendship and collaboration. STUDIOS There are 13 studios distributed over the top 3 floors of this historic Kreuzberg building from 1896. Each floor has a shared kitchen, shower, WC and WIFI. Basic expenses (maintenance, gas, electricity, and internet) and utilities are included in the accommodation. The kitchens are […]
Brashnar Artist-in-Residence (BAiR) is an artist run and operated urban artist residency program located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. BAiR is a multi-faceted residency program allowing resident artists the freedom to explore the potentials of their practice while experiencing Macedonian culture through group related activities. While residing at BAiR, residents live in an open, communal style environment situated in a family oriented neighborhood. During their residency, residents are encouraged to embrace the local culture and to engage the surrounding community while living at the Art House. Residents also take part in maintaining Brashnar’s organic gardens at the Volkovo Project Space and participate in living a sustainable lifestyle. The residency is open to all visual artists and writers that strongly encourage work utilizing innovative and traditional forms of art making along with collaborations, artist led projects and socially engaged practices. This is a self-directed, process-based residency with no obligation or expectation to complete a body of work, but resident artists are expected to engage with the community during Open Studio events organized by Brashnar that take place the last week of each month. Brashnar Artist-in-Residence offers living and work space for up 6 […]
coGalleries is pleased to announce the open call for Artist in Residence Program Berlin. As a contemporary art gallery with a beautiful space in the center of town, we are interested in production-oriented artists and diverse cultural agents like writers, researchers, curators and others interested in creative projects, research and collaboration within the contemporary arts. Applicants with their own residencies and organizations that are looking for collaborators, please also apply or contact us via email. Artist in Residence Purpose Our Artist in Residence Program Berlin is based on our strong desire to promote global exchange on burning issues of our time. However, we are wide open regarding media and residency proposals. Applicants should be willing to engage in the gallery’s program and events. Also the documentation and publishing processes of works in progress, exhibitions etc. which will be shared through our different pr and social media platforms. Upon returning to their country, residents form part of our network and in some cases will become part of our gallery program, art fair presentations and catalog productions. Our unique artist studio Our largest studio space is used collectively and well-equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, various technical tools, tables, a projector, a photo […]
500 EUR Prize + In-Depth Feature in ARTCONNECT Magazine | Do you have a project that got disrupted by the coronavirus shutdown? This is an open call for artworks and projects too good to be left unseen. Cash prize and feature for the winner and a chance for a new audience and recognition for your art. You can find all the details on ARTCONNECT as well as below: How does it work? Select up to three images of works on paper that were going to be included in an exhibition or presentation that was cancelled or postponed, or simply derailed because of the shutdown around the world. Use your ARTCONNECT Profile to publish up to 3 images of your work as a ‘Project’. Give your work a second life and immediately get it noticed on ARTCONNECT. IMPORTANT: Works accepted for consideration for this open call must be 2D works on paper or canvas such as painting, illustration, drawing, or collage. REQUIREMENTS An up to date ARTCONNECT Profile Published a new Project on ARTCONNECT containing up to three images of your 2D artwork on paper or canvas Include a description of what it was intended for and why it was cancelled or […]
KIRA offers creative activities for the home-bound ST. ANDREWS, NB – Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) has adopted a creative approach to dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Working together with their alumni from around the world, the artist residency is offering quick and accessible creative activities online, that anyone can do at home while being in lockdown. Activities range from drawing to sculpting to singing and writing. KIRA’s Art Director Geoff Slater has created a new program to adapt to these challenging times. KIRA has a large supportive creative network that has been called upon to assist in this endeavor. The KIRA alumni did not hesitate after being asked to immediately start sending tutorial videos that are quick, engaging and, most importantly, do not require the purchasing of art supplies. So, everyone can stay home and stay safe. The ‘KIRA Creative Quarantine’ series is visible on KIRA’s Facebook and Instagram pages as well as on the website at www.kingsbraeartscentre.com/tutorials. New videos are posted every Tuesday and Friday. www.kingsbraeartscentre.com www.facebook.com/kirainternational
Sound Occupations are part of Student International film festival’s (STIFF) supporting program (26. – 29.11.2020.) developed under the Rijeka Capital of Culture 2020. We invite artists to send us their work that explores, records, changes, interprets, produces or in any other way interacts with the sounds of everyday life; in any preferred artistic medium. Exhibition Sound Occupations is dedicated to sound as a primary generator of everyday and artistic impulses. Sound could be understood as an epistemological formative instrument that enables us to analyze urban and imagined spaces but also as an aesthetic tool to help us build and rebuild these landscapes in practice. Soundscape determines life’s rhythm, it influences people’s emotions, their motion and thoughts. It occupies, manipulates, alternates, provokes and defines our realities. Examining the sounds of a city or a certain space and community, we can find out a lot about social, political and economic forces at work in those spaces: who and what produces the sounds? Who controls it? Which sounds are dominant and which ones are missing? In what way does the sound connect or separate individuals, groups and images? What happens when a certain sound disappears? We are searching for works that will explore, […]
This calls for new ways of navigating and opening spaces for people to share experiences and works. Not being able to physically be in the same space together is new for all of us. We are asking, what are the questions of now? How do we embrace the huge unknowns and continue to build communities, to bring people, works, voices, and thoughts together? In this time of great uncertainty our mission remains; to bring people together and embrace the unknown. Letters for Others | Weekly Virtual Exhibition | Friday Deadlines Eating Together | Weekly Virtual Meals | Wednesdays & Thursday Break Barriers through Movement and Dance | Weekly Virtual Dance Workshop | Thursdays Conversations Towards a New Social Poetics | Weekly Virtual Listening Critique | Fridays
Unique solo-format print and online journal of fine art photography calls for accomplished artists working in all photo genres straight to strange. International, not-for-profit, non-advertising magazine provides respectable, respectful publication and promotion to one artist per month. Extensive promotion of selected artist via email, web, and social media. Current edition: https://www.dekunumag.com Complete guidelines: https://www.dekunumag.com/submit Back issue featured artists gallery: https://www.dekunuarts.com Never a fee to artists to submit.
OPEN CALL : The Quarantine Exhibition is an online program that will culminate in a digital exhibition and gallery show. Selected international artists will be invited to engage in a series of online exhibitions. We are collaborating with curators across the world to select artists and eventually stage the gallery exhibition.
An open call for submissions to the 6th issue of Soanyway online magazine edited by Derek Horton and Gertrude Gibbons.
Final Draft June 26, 2020 – August 7, 2020 Deadline to enter: May 4th, 2020 The Call for Entry: The Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, Missouri, is seeking submissions for “Final Draft”, an exhibition showcasing design and illustration in fine art. Design and illustration affects and constructs our daily lives; from websites and social media, to billboards and greeting cards, to the way we navigate our surroundings. Visuals created with purpose and intentional design. While they can be utilized differently, illustration and design have long gone hand in hand. For this exhibition we invite all designers and illustrators to display their work in a Fine Art setting. All media is considered for submission. Artists may submit up to 3 works for a non-refundable processing fee of $35. FAC members fee for up to three works is $24. Awards: Best in Show awarded a “Going Solo” Exhibition – worth $500 Two Juror’s Choice Awards – $150 cash prize each Juror: David Potthast an artist, designer, and educator from all across the state of Missouri. He received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MA and MFA from Fontbonne University. His approach to art and design is aligned […]
RICE is a Reversing Initiative to Counter the Exclusion of females and other discriminated groups in the art world. We are seeking artists from around the world to feature in our new online magazine and to exhibit at the prestigious MUTUO art gallery in Barcelona, by the end of May 2020. Addressed to artists from any nationality, any gender or sexual identity, +18 yo, participation fees start at 10€ and vary according to the number of images to submit. Submissions are open until April 18, 2020. You can find all related information in our website: https://www.rice-initiative.com/apply
the ex: 2020 is an online exhibition which will mark the launch of the art dream foundation this year. we encourage queer artists anywhere in the world to send their existing or new work. all ideas/formats accepted: image, audio, video, audio/video poetry, audio/video essays, etc. art dream foundation is an upcoming online artist-run gallery and a collaborative project between two artists based in london and zurich. they want to create a space that promotes hidden talent and artists that are underrepresented and often ignored. joined by emerging young curators to collaborate on online exhibitions, residencies and creative projects, the art dream foundation aspires to become an open platform for aspiring and emerging artists. please tell us about yourself and send your work or proposals/ideas to: email@example.com
An interdisciplinary artist residency in suburban upstate of İstanbul.
There is now just one week left to apply for a residency at GlogauAIR. Residencies last either 3 or 6 months and start in January 2021. –> Deadline March 9, 2020. Apply online: https://glogauair.net/apply/residency/ Workshops, artist talks, screenings, and exchanges link you directly to a creative network in Berlin. Join us in 2021 to research, create, produce, and present your work alongside talented artists from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds. It is free to apply to the residency and we welcome applications from all backgrounds and disciplines. The applications are reviewed by a selection committee comprised of local and international art professionals as jury members. The residential live/work studio costs 600 euros per month for a minimum of three months and there is program fee of 1.500 euros paid once per three months to support the activities, workshops technical staff, catalog production, and open studios exhibition. Artists are encouraged to apply as early as possible and to seek funding opportunities, of which there is an extensive list of relevant ones on our website.
OPEN CALL: Fall + Winter 2020 Residencies @ Elsewhere Studios About us: ELSEWHERE STUDIOS RESIDENCY PROGRAM Elsewhere Studios Artist Residency provides space and time for artists to create in a unique and supportive environment. Time spans are individually based – 1 to 6 months; we can accommodate 4 to 6 artists at a time. We welcome artists, writers, composers, and performance artists at any stage of their careers as well as scientists, activists, teachers, students, or any kind of creative thinker interested in exploring and expanding their work. Elsewhere is a choose-your-own-adventure style residency. Situated in downtown Paonia, the spaces are versatile, providing residents with opportunities to connect with the community… or just time to focus on work. There is an equipped woodshop onsite, printing access, a ceramics co-op as well as performance space upon request. SPACES In order to create art in a unique and supportive environment, Elsewhere offers four artistically crafted and unique residency spaces. Two are living and studio space combined, and two share studio space. There is a monthly residency fee which includes living and studio space, utilities and WiFi. Please see website for details about spaces. https://www.elsewherestudios.org/the-studios DEADLINE: March 7th 2020 for residencies beginning – January […]
Please come and join our participatory art show on Feb. 20th! We are excited to invite you to our 3rd-Thursday the 14th edition at Arts Letters & Numbers. 3rd-Thursday is a monthly, one-day participatory art show for creative and interactive exchanges between the artists and communities. The show runs from 6 to 9 including Q&As with the presenting artists. No admission or ticket needed, please find more info below:https://www.artslettersandnumbers.com/calendar/third-thursdayfebruaryinvitation Presenting Artists: Ira Baumgarten . Heart Doodles . participatory drawings Cyree Bowen . Sketch book . pencil drawing Hyunbae Chang . Text is seductive . open studio William Fillmore Frida Foberg . What if . interactive installation Steve Fry . Background music.u . piano performance Natasha Holmes Geuryung Lee . the sign . drypoint on paper, drawing on textile Jennifer Park . things never shine but last long . rubbing Kathy Pratt . It’s Just a Loop through a Loop . crochet Don Rittner . FOR SALE & CATCH ME IF YOU CAN . digital prints Gunilla Svensson . Farewell Letter . public reading Niall Taggart .The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists . acrylic paintings and drawings Asiah Thomas-Mandlman . Torn Chapter, Food Series, Hair series . drawing, sculpture, and photography Xuan Yu […]
The residency program will gather professional artists (painters, musicians) from around the world at Vrbovce village, surrounded by the White Carpathians Protected Landscape Area in Slovakia. The Art Symposium and Festival will provide an opportunity to experience the beauty of nature, culture and folklore of the region. The main aim of the art symposium is to reflect and promote the local folklore of the Vrbovce region in contemporary art practice. G U I D E L I N E S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N Visual Artists: ● Submit photograph of your artworks ( 3-5 color photos of your artwork, jpg format suitable for printing of bulletins) or artist website. ● Submit registration form filled completely as an e-mail attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Musicians: ● Submit 2-3 records of your own composed music/songs or web links to 2-3 your own musical Compositions. ● Submit registration form filled completely as an e-mail attachment to: email@example.com. Who can apply? ● Professional painters who have finished their master degree in fine arts from any recognized university (Approx 4 participants) ● Professional Musicians composing their own songs/music (Approx 2 participants) (Organizers reserve the right to change the final […]
Quasi-fairytales as ordinary interior objects. Hand-drawn illustration based Textiles Print Design Exhibition near the Seonjeongneung park (Royal Tomb). ________________________ Once upon a time, There was a girl trapped in an enchanted forest. She walked, watching light shining through tall trees, beautiful, secluded and magical. She walked and walked, with no other human presence. She walked and walked and walked, saw wonderful mythical creatures crawling in and out the tree trunks, seek and hide in flowering bushes. She walked and walked and walked, heard them talking in undecodable languages to her ear. She walked and walked and walked and walked, in silence. She walked and walked and walked and walked and walked, in a beautiful evergreen enchanted forest. There once was a girl trapped in the enchanted forest. She walked and walked and walked and walked and walked and walked, became a woman but remained a girl. She walks and walks and walks and walks, just ever after. kimyo
Descărnarea(RO) fleshing(ENG) is the process of cleaning the bones by successively removing the useless tissue layers. In the same way, the artist works with the realities of his own worlds through a metaphorical fleshing. He digs to find images and ideas that do not easily reach the surface of the psychic, in the superficial layers of the conscious. The works exhibited in “Descărnare”/”Fleshing” represent the testimonies of the search efforts. They took shape in the artist studio, after long hours of searches and flashing moments of inspiration. Curiosity and the need for introspection have led to the formal definition of the visible works now in the context of the space from the ETAJ modeled and reformed through the same process of fleshing. Digging deeper and further removing each layer of psychological tissue, one gradually reaches the hard core, the immutable center, the skeleton. Beyond the bone structure, things go into the abstract, becoming an infinite ocean of form and content, everything and nothing. Thus, the road ends are also a lifeline in front of the abysses. Although it does not always offer the expected reward, once the whole bone is cleansed, you only have the option to end it with […]
On Friday 14 of February at the 20 hours Espai sant Marc will present works of the artist A.J.Ballester, focused on the graphic art, black and white, with clear influencies of the engraver Frans Masereel. A.J.Ballester always do his works at series, is a way that facilitates him that his work was coherent. These series always are the result of an intention, of something that really motivates him and that needs to express of a conclusive way. The titles of the last series at what A.J.Ballester has worked and works now give an idea about where is going his tematiques: “Depeculator Aerari”, “Relats de poder”, “El somni de l’amor produeix monstres”, “Un món feliç”. This last title could be for all them. Those works talks us always about a moral decomposition. With this title that recalls the famed novela of Aldous Huxley presents us a work that does a research at the darkest part of the human beings. Regarding the technics, one will see drawings of charcoal or ink and xylography. The xylography merit a comment aside for his expressive immediacy. The treatment of the dark and the clarity, with the half keys limited. The famed sentence of “less is […]
For her residency in Athens, Anna Godzina was wandering at the wider districts of the town finding elements that could shape the future perception of our present times. The artist’s research focuses on the simple gestures of everyday life manifesting themselves as encounters of seemingly random objects, while also exploring the materiality of the city; the remains of the ongoing civilization creating constellations between space and time. Collecting and reproducing materials that are set in motion with the use of kinetic devices, light sources and soundscapes; she aims to discover their after-functioning nature that in future could be perceived as archaeological conclusions. Godzina is interested in notions of sound, movement and time-keeping, all as cycles of construction and destruction in an era that is marked by the direction of advanced mechanization. Beyond the aesthetic aspect of her work, the artist deals with what the object carries in its physical sense: weight, gravity and force –at the same time she develops her work following the rules of functionality while always embracing the unexpected. Anna Godzina gives life to her sculptures which is seem to perform autonomously. Her interest in the animated character of her sculptures derives from a study and exploitation […]
Par des actions de va-et-vient du corps dessinant dans l’espace, au fil des marées et du traversier, Fanny H-Levy trace tout au long du mois de janvier les états successifs de ses passages.
Open Call for Participation in the 8th International Photography Festival PHOTO IS:RAEL invites artists to submit proposals for participation in the central exhibition at the 8th International Photography Festival, taking place in Tel Aviv in November 2020. 10-20 artists will be invited to present their work in the festival’s central exhibition, and will also be featured on the website and in the festival catalog. The selected artists’ works will also be published online and in the festival’s catalog. The artist ranked in the next 50 spots, who will be present in the festival will be invited to present their works in front of an audience of professionals in a special screening event during the festival. This year’s topic will be: TRANSFORMATION Photographers as well as video, performance and interdisciplinary artists from around the world and at different stages of their career are all welcome to submit their existing works, or proposals for new work on the topic. Submission deadline: April 6, 2020 Submission fee: $15.00, including a free entry ticket to the Photography Festival for all submitting artists. PHOTO IS:RAEL is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering dialogue via research and the highlighting of artistic and social issues through the […]
The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is calling for proposals for Fringe 2021: Quiet Riot! The next edition’s theme of ‘Quiet Riot’ invites us to consider what resistance means today. Do protests necessarily have to be associated with destruction, or is there a place for quiet riots? We are looking for performance and live art works that will fall within that theme. Specifically, we are interested in original, process-driven, well researched works that prioritize social engagement and critical inquiry in the creation process. Deadline for applications: Friday 6 March 2020, noon GMT +8. There is no fee required to submit an application. For more information, please visit: https://www.singaporefringe.com/fringe2020/Fringe2021
QiPO Fair is an international contemporary art event organized by members of the QiPO curatorial collective in partnership with Reurbano during Art Fair Week in Mexico City. QiPO Fair 02, happening February 6-9, 2020, will feature proposal by alternative and artist-run spaces, and curatorial and artist collectives from Mexico and around the world. This event will again take place in uninhabited, repurposed spaces at the “Gaona”, an exquisite, Neocolonial building constructed during the Porfiriato period in Mexico City’s Historic Center situated within walking distance from notable galleries and major art events happening simultaneously. QiPO Fair is a multi-project exhibition conceived and designed to provide amplified exposure to the vibrant artist-run initiatives and independent projects from contemporary art cities around the world. Not so much a radical departure, we hope this showcase will provide an unconventional and refreshing context to the city’s more “official” events. The QiPO collective is a project of Fulcrum Arts’ Emerge fiscal sponsorship program.
OPENART is a contemporary public art biennial taking place for three summer months in Örebro, Sweden. The exhibition invites a broad and curious audience to experience the art without an admission fee and regardless if they are acquainted with art or not. We are searching for visual artists in all disciplines to apply with artworks that can be placed in the public space. We want a diversity of artworks that can challenge or transform the city with different conformations and concepts. The artist can apply with ideas to develop or already existing artworks. OPENART is an exhibition that takes place in the city centre and the art will be placed outdoors available for public interaction day and night during the exhibition period. This means the artwork exhibited at OPENART must be able to endure different weather conditions for three summer months as well as curious hands and bodily interactions.
Deadline : February 16, 2020 How to imagine an art that makes less but makes better, an art that slows down, an art that resists the urges of perpetual growth and efficiency as paramount priorities? How can we make art a renewable resource, or develop new artistic forms that are seeking degrowth results? How can art help us rethink and reconceive the foundations of the current economic system?
Tangent Projects are very excited to be working with Lizette Nin on her upcoming exhibition WO. January 31st – February 28th, Tangent Projects gallery. Opening reception Friday 31st of January 19.30, all welcome. “WO is the dissolution of binarism – which did not exist until the whites and the church kidnapped, subdued and enslaved us. It is the journey through images sectioned into volumes, it is the sentimental map that I build in my mind, about the history of us, of everyone.” – Lizette Nin This exhibition is generously sponsored by The Ministry of Culture of the Dominican Republic.
Unique solo-format print and online journal of fine art photography posts monthly calls for accomplished artists working in all photo genres straight to strange. International, not-for-profit, non-advertising magazine provides respectable, respectful publication and promotion to one artist per month. Extensive promotion via email, web, and social media. Short turn-around. Never a fee to artists to submit.
APPLY NOW – OPEN CALL for Artists in Exile for an Exchange & Residency Project at B.L.O. Ateliers in Berlin Deadline: Friday, February 21, 2020 HIER & JETZT: Connections is an exchange and residency program organized by artists for artists. The project calls upon international artists in exile who live in Berlin and seek a place for artistic production. The initiative, HIER & JETZT: Connections, defines exile as the involuntary loss of one’s social context and working environment in their country of origin for an uncertain period of time. Successful applicants are invited to work at B.L.O. Ateliers, in Berlin, for a period of three months. The project is complemented by a series of lectures, workshops, and discussions held by artists, experts, and researchers in order to create a space for dialogue, mutual learning and understanding. The Project HIER & JETZT: Connections is funded through the integration funds of the Bezirksamt Lichtenberg, Amt für Weiterbildung und Kultur (Cultural Office of Berlin City District Lichtenberg, Art and Culture Department). WHO WE ARE In 2017, the artist initiative HIER & JETZT: Connections was launched by artists of B.L.O. Ateliers. The Project emphasize communication and reciprocity in and about artistic practice, while addressing current […]
GG3: In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
For their second Affine project, Gabriel Virgilio Luciani and Margot Cuevas, are working with Marc O’Callaghan on a performance intervention, within the context of Katy B Plummer’s exhibition ARMOUR FOR FLOWERS. Marc O’Callaghan (Barcelona, 1988) is a transmedial artist and researcher whose work explores the hidden connections between different orders of reality, by the means of spatial symbolism and numerological classification. His surname is the legacy of a Catalan family with Irish ancestors. Throughout 2019-2020 he has been developing a research project entitled “Symbolical Correspondences between Catholic Folklore and Makina Music in the Old Quarter of Barcelona” as part of La Capella’s “BCN Producció” program.
E T A J on WHEELS, a nomad art gallery, born through the outdoor extension of the physical space of E T A J artist-run space, based in Bucharest, invites artists around the world to exhibit in „KRAT3R” – a space marked by three square meters delimited by rock-walls in the crater of a volcano from Lanzarote, Conil town, Canare islands, Spain, having next coordinates: 28.973353, -13.662973. Those who will dare to respond to the challenge, are asked to document, post and tag „E T A J on wheels” (https://www.facebook.com/etajonwheels). KRAT3R is an intervention in the natural space of a volcano, conceived and made in order to generate further art manifestations in the spirit of land art. Artists around the world are invited to participate at E T A J on wheels project, an alternative space, a nomad gallery, exploring the endless possibilities from the outdoor environment, under the sky. We are looking forward with interest to see artists’ interventions* in the space of KRAT3R. Check the first event at KRAT3R here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/etajonwheels/photos/?tab=album&album_id=123509705815855 Other project-relevant links: https://www.etajartspace.com/ https://www.instagram.com/etaj_artistrunspace/ https://www.facebook.com/etajartistrunspace/ *Artists are expected to travel to the specified spot and are invited to make an art intervention in the outdoor location […]
VERNISSAGE 22nd January – 18:00h – 21:00h EXHIBITION 22nd – 31st January / 12:00 – 18:00h Canadian artist duo Ian Jehle & Edwina Chen create a three dimensional mathematical model of a Faure’s Requiem for polyphonic overtone choir. The model, which can be considered both sculpture and architecture, is based on the artists‘ theory of mathematical sense mapping which uses mathematical models to correlate various artistic disciplines including architecture, music, and colour theory.
More than the actual candy is the wrapping that matters. After all, a balloon is just nothingness covered in rubber. Wrapping trees in stories about chairs. Drawings in the sand, graffiti on walls, price tags, logos on your clothes. Lines of flight on the surface of the world. We live inside an arrow storm. Everything has a purpose and a destination. Jumping from stone to stone to stone to stone to stone… And it’s all danced out and we all play nice with each other. We play being humans who play be ing boys and girls who play being doctors playing consultation. Like onion skins, a matryoshka or a fractal pattern. Though you have to admit that fractals don’t go as well with cheese and bacon. To make ourselves understood we’ve engaged in a thorough process of rolling dices, jumping in one leg, smelling the walls and looking at things upside down and we have revealed exclusively for you the
The goal of this workshop hosted by artist Anita Kroo and Glogauair Artist Residency is to assist artists in obtaining and developing their skills for the multifaceted professional art world. Writing artist statements, constructing artist talks and presentations, assembling digital portfolios, and writing grant applications are all some of the challenging career tasks artists encounter on a regular basis as working professionals. This workshop provides artists useful guidelines and mentoring through a weekly session of group discussions, interactions and critique, in order to tackle these practical concerns. Throughout the meetings artists will have the opportunity to rehears their oral presentation skills, develop their writing, and research themes of their work through a contemporary art context. The two main topics of this introductory workshop are artist portfolio and artist statement writing. By participating in this workshop, artists will be able to create competitive application materials, and gain a broader and more accurate sense of the professional art world. Workshop Fee: 160 euros for the entire four week workshop (Workshop consists of four consecutive three hour long weekly meetings.) Workshop timeline: January 17- February 7, 2020. Fridays 3-6pm Early bird 15 % discount: If you register till January 2nd, the cost of […]
Mothership NYC is a combined live-work space and presentation arena for international artists across multiple disciplines in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, NYC. Our converted industrial loft has three cabins for permanent crew members (all 30+ years-old female creatives) and two spaces for shorter-term visitors. As of December 2016, one of the short-term options is a PRIVATE LIVE-WORK SPACE for rotating Artists-in-Residence, which is available for periods from 1 to 3 months for $1550/month: a spacious, light-filled and high-ceilinged room divided into two separate sections. The living area has a loft bed, clothing rack, dresser, and a small sitting area. The studio has a desk, a large table, and empty walls to work on. There is an easel, too, as well as a great bike you get to use (please see images in second slide show at https://www.mothership.nyc/artist-residency/). Residency Programming: · Every 2nd Tuesday of the month, we invite fellow artists and other creatives/cultural workers for a salon-style gathering where you can present your work to a very receptive audience of local artist peers and other arts professionals and appreciators · We host monthly artists’ dinners for our international and NYC-based creative colleagues · During the warm months, we use the roof deck as a stage for creative productions across several disciplines · You can organize open studio […]
We offer a month-long residency free of charge to one talented international artist or curator. Selected by a committee of peers, the award winner will spend their time on board Mothership NYC in Brooklyn developing a creative project for presentation to the NYC audience under the aegis of NOoSPHERE Arts, an artist-led nonprofit organization.
OPEN CALL DEADLINE: January 20, 2020 the rabbit hole collective presents “the art of remembering” ; in its first global residency program in collaboration with Fondazione Morra, Naples. 7 applicants will be selected to spend 14 days at the artist residence of Fondazione Morra and Museum Hermann Nitsch, in the heart of Naples, exploring “the art of remembering.” We are particularly interested in those applicants with a keen interest in voyaging, journeys, ports and waterways; as well as in ancient symbols, scripts and codes through mediums such as poetry, theatre, sound, mathematics and performance to apply. Artists will have the chance to explore the subject on their own, in a contemplative and inspiring environment, as well as collaborate and celebrate a meeting of the minds. As part of the program, artists will get to know Naples’ creative scenes – curated by Fondazione Morra, encounter some of the city’s personalities, and immerse in the waves of the city and the surrounding seas. This residency program is set up as a mystical inquisition so we invite the curious-minded who have a particular interest in the sublime, discovering new awake spaces, and capturing the mysterious and magical white feather to apply. Methodology: Each artist […]
OPEN DAY @ Painters‘ Studios December 18 12 – 20 h. 6 artists invites to Tapytoju Studijos official opening event. Tapytojų Studijos located in Lukiškių st. 9, Vilnius belongs to six young generation painters: Giedrė Šiaulytė, Laura Slavinskaitė, Milda Sadauskienė – Derkintytė, Monika Plentauskaitė, Raminta Blaževičiūtė, Rūta Matulevičiūtė. The main idea of this project is a shared space for creative creation and ideas development. Studios are used as usual artists‘ work spaces as well as an open space ever open for the society. Here, the creative processes are easily accessible for the audience. The event is meant to present the shared artists‘ space, it‘s artists, their ideas and visions. Tapytojų Studijos‘ first OPEN DAY on December 18, 12 – 20 h.
This distinctive art company is dedicated to enhancing the contemporary art experience for artists, collectors and viewers in and outside the gallery setting. Dab Art embraces the relentless evolution of contemporary art by featuring experimental artists, highlighting innovative techniques and utilizing technological advances.
Spiral inward. Follow I line of text to its source. Inhale, but understand exhalation is mandatory. A tributary flows into a larger body. A branch grows out from a main axis. Either way there is a whole and the parts of a whole and movement, always movement. A gesture towards merging. – Ginger Teppner
`Kandinsky claimed that artistic feelings were actually about perception, so colours can influence your mood. Yellow is potentially upsetting while blue predisposes most people to meditation, having a soothing effect. Kandinsky’s theories on colour were similar to those of Goethe: certain colours can cause certain emotions. Colour has the ability to put the viewer in direct connection with his spiritual state. “Loud Silence of colours” proposes a game, a walk in the imaginary world, a parallel reality that materializes by mere awareness. Automatism and improvisation underlie the biomorphic and fluid forms and the continuous lines, they are aided by exploring the unconscious and exploiting colours to their maximum capacity. How do we translate thinking mechanisms in a visual form? We can find a language and some systems by which to express them. The twist is that the viewer can also become a creator because each of us perceives things differently. Therefore, his role is an important one because he has the ability to compose and decompose what he sees and create his own feeling. What happens when we try to translate sound into colour or condition into a form? You tell me.
The Display is the presentation space of Greylight Projects in Hoensbroek. Hoensbroek is a suburb of the city Heerlen in the south of the Netherlands. In The Display we show art that has been shown before in a museum, a gallery or another exhibition space. We like to cut out a small corner of this white cube exhibition and show it directly to the public passing by on the street.
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‘Hollywood Burn’ is an anti-copyright epic made using hundreds of samples pirated from the Hollywood archive. The year is 3001 and in their moon lab the pixel pirates have devised a plan to go back to 1955, to create an Elvis Presley video-clone in order to fight the tyrant Moses and his copyright commandments.
Exhibition ‘Den här gången ska jag (be)hålla mig för mig själv’ by artist Jaana Sundström, organised by Flat Octopus in Stockholm, Sweden on 15–17 November 2019,
AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program. For this edition, priority will be given to those proposals that focus on an expanded concept of architecture. We propose to consider listening and modelling spaces, experimenting with ways of inhabiting and recovering the memory of places as possible lines of action. For those interested in working with the community of Blanca, please bear in mind that projects of less than two months will not be accepted. The ability of artists to establish respectful relationships with the inhabitants and to be willing to engage in trial-error processes will be fundamental for these proposals. Theoretical research projects of any scientific or humanistic discipline may be applied to this call, provided that they have the artistic practice as their object of study. The Artistic Residency Program is carried out in Centro Negra, the current headquarters of AADK Spain located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. This program is a space for reflection and artistic research that encourages linking research with the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region. We invite all those interested to submit […]
RafinX RafinX is an ongoing artistic research, started by Cristian Ghiță during his bachelor studies (2016-2017) which follows the posthumanist premises of the individual’s repositioning towards technique and nature. More precisely, started as a photographic documentation and continued as a series of objects and installations, the current research addresses one of the topics of acute recent interest, namely the situation of the abandoned industrial landmarks of the communist era. The project opens several directions for analysis: the disuse and abandonment situation, the destruction of the identity of highly industrialized cities, and the question of human intrusion into the natural space. Nature’s willpower shouldn’t be neglected, as she is capable of retrieving the decrepit technological perimeter, of gradually reclaiming any human construction, regardless of size, force or purpose. The ephemeral nature of the human condition pushes the analysis in the direction of questioning the validity of modern anthropocentrism, in order to establish posthuman ethics and aesthetics. The industrial site chosen by the artist is the Astra Refinery, located near the town of Ploiești, one of the most important Romanian industrial centres. This choice is not accidental. We know that our identity is intimately related to the places where we spend parts […]
EYESONLY is pleased to present: Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki/Stockholm featuring Moa Israelsson
Galleria Jänis Open Call for spring 2020, apply before 15th December 2019 Galleria Jänis is an independent and artist run gallery in Turku. Jänis is located in Jarrumiehenkatu 3, very close to the railway station in the centrum of Turku, Finland. Gallery space is a window of an old shop, which makes it accessible 24/7. Window is 2m wide and 3m tall and the space inside is 60 cm deep. Space is bordered on the inside to a wall 180cm wide and 170cm tall for hanging up works. There is a line for curtains in the ceiling (about in the middle of the space 30cm apart from the wall and the window) that can be used for lighter installations. Special arrangements are best to figure beforehand. Rent is 120€ / 4 weeks. We do not take commissions. Artist is responsible of writing exhibition info and sending some photos and gallery will distribute these to the press and to the mailing lists. During the exhibition gallery will update their facebook-page on weekly basis for support. More info and pics of exhibitions past and present in facebook > Galleria Jänis, and yes, we do answer questions, preferably in email. Applications should include […]
Group Global 3000: In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
This distinctive art company is dedicated to enhancing the contemporary art experience for artists, collectors and viewers in and outside the gallery setting. Dab Art embraces the relentless evolution of contemporary art by featuring experimental artists, highlighting innovative techniques and utilizing technological advances.
Alfred gallery is happy to announce a year of exhibitions examining the concept exhibition space and expanding its initial definition. At the dawn of the third decade of the 21st century, we seek to challenge the traditional conception of exhibitions and exhibition spaces, and to re-examine their role in the artistic field. Upon reaching 15 years of activity, the Alfred cooperative members seek to open a practical discussion around these issues and try to redefine our mission as a collaborative gallery and as an art and cultural institute. This is an open invitation for project proposals that focus on collaborations and consist of multi-medium works in various fields of arts: visual art, music, poetry, dance, theater and film, and that may integrate with other fields of knowledge: science, technology, humanities, activism and more. We are looking for projects that seek to explore the potential of events and occurrences in the exhibition space as part of the creative process they propose. We would be happy to receive proposals based on transitions between mediums and disciplines, and on exploring the relations between those areas as a form to produce synergy. Proposals may consist of a collaborative work produced as a team, or […]
Group Global 3000: Finissage „Paths to Sustainability“ – with performance. Elke Kupfer, Krisztina Fazekas-Kielbassa, Sophie Gnest
Group Global 3000: In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
Gaslight is the clinical term used to describe psychological abuse. The victim is manipulated in various forms, especially by denying the act of abuse, therefore weakening her / his judgment. The aftereffect can be compared to the state of brain hallucinations, damaging the mechanism of perception, responsible for both recalling the past and designing predictions for the future. This project denounces such an experience (avoiding extreme paranoia, as well as conspiracy theories), using the way that reality is built and what sets the values of what is true or not. Trapped in a box, the brain gets stimulated, through our senses and, that will determine the perception of reality. Whenever you want to recall something, it is going to be tainted because the brain pulls a memory out of a hidden drawer, then the interpretation with the new YOU, the ever-changing YOU, is going to change your perception of the past. You can cope with reality using the idea that you get to choose what your brain gets contaminated with, practising empathy until you expand your sense of self, thus, getting relief from the role of the victim.
Opening reception Friday 18th October 2019 from 6 pm to 10 pm. With a performance by SIMKA at 8 pm. While inspecting a somewhat masterful figurative painting, it is easy to forget that in no way is it a captured image of something real. It is merely a collection of pigments on a surface. Especially nowadays, with all of us being more or less experts in viewing and judging photographs, it is worthwhile reiterating the exact relationship between motif and painting: The artist observes a scene or object and using her skill and cultural understanding, then fixes paint and pigment to a background. Another person, upon seeing this display, uses his own cultural understanding and imagination to interpret what it is the artist has depicted. No automatism is present in this relationship. There are no guarantees that the audience will see or feel what the artist intended. A certain amount of shared cultural understanding, as to what constitutes a painting and how it is to be made, is crucial for there to be communication – which is the key-word here. Making and looking at a painting is an act of communication, not of recording. This becomes all the more evident […]
aa-02 Paadmaan Video Event is an international video event born in Tehran, Iran, seeking to explore video documentations of recent interdisciplinary works of art (e.g. installation, performance, new media). Organized by Paadmaan Projects, the Video Event considers ‘video’ as its central theme. The event emphasizes on video in the context of the art documentation, while addressing the challenges embedded within the so-called ‘documentation’ of interdisciplinary art works. Priority is given to works of art that portray these kinds of challenges, from the lens of the artist with attention to the artistic decisions made during the process of the documentation. Paadmaan is an independent artist-run platform that aims to promote the development of a positive shared community identity and self-empowerment by expanding on existing discourses surrounding contemporary art. The archival project is done in collaboration with itinerant venues to create an alternative platform for holding a collective discourse to amplify already-existing interdisciplinary art content, and to discuss reviewing documentation of art projects in terms of representation [in addition to the video screenings]. Videos can be submitted here: https://filmfreeway.com/PaadmaanVideoEvent
Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) will award eighteen artists with a one-month residency throughout the summertime in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, an idyllic seaside town on the east coast of Canada. KIRA’s Artist in Residence Program was founded in order to support the local community and artists by providing space and time to take their creative practice to the next level and to explore their ideas within the context of the region, including Kingsbrae Garden, a 27-acre horticultural masterpiece located just steps away from the residence. Applications are open to a range of disciplines and types of artists including, but not limited to, the visual arts, music/composition, new media and interdisciplinary arts. Artists from all levels in their career who exhibit a strong professional work ethic and a collaborative attitude are encouraged to apply. Artists will be provided with a $1500 stipend, comfortable housing on a historic property, individual studio space and two meals a day. The residence is within walking distance of the downtown area. The residents are required to bring their own art supplies and materials needed for their creative process as these are limited in town. As part of the residency, artists will be asked […]
GRANT | Once a year Zaratan offers a 4 weeks residency grant, which cover the studio and accommodation fees for one artist selected through the applications process. THE OPEN CALL IS NOW OPEN FROM OCTOBER 17 TO NOVEMBER 18, 2019. THE RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON NOVEMBER 30, 2019.
FILE 2020 | Call for Entries Registrations are opened to the 21st edition of FILE – Electronic Language International Festival, from October 15, 2019 to January 14, 2020. Since 2000 FILE is a non-profit cultural organization that has been promoting exhibitions, workshops and gatherings that seek to investigate the appropriations of the technologic media in artistic accomplishments. With annual exhibitions in São, in addition to participations in national and international events, FILE is the biggest electronic art event in Latin America. For 2020, artists and researchers can submit their works in the main categories: Interactive Art, Digital Language, Electronic Sonority, Workshops, Symposium and Led Show*. * FILE Led Show consists of a public art show in the large Led panel located on the Fiesp building’s façade, at Paulista Avenue, 1313. FILE Led Show gets interactive and non-interactive proposals to be presented at the Digital Art Gallery. To participate, you need to fill out the entry forms (attached below), being in accordance to the General Regulations of FILE. The submission is free of charge. FILE 2020 | GENERAL REGULATIONS In these regulations are included the terms and conditions that govern the participation in the exhibitions of FILE to be produced by FILE Electronic Language International Festival (from now on denominated “Organizer”). […]
LA PARED offers month-long residencies in Colombia or Mexico City. We offer identical programmes in both countries.
Playing GOD” is emphasizing on the artist’s individuality, while “why?” asks the question of the individual intervention within the group. „why?” questions the ethics and morality of “playing GOD”. „why?”, in this case, is addressing the critical eye, the art consumer, the one who decides whether someone’s creation is worthy of becoming iconic. What is good art, what is bad art? Who deserves the limelight? Who gets to decide? Who gets to play God in our daily lives and what are the rules of the game?
A Global Art Project (GAP) group exhibition, no/ MIND is a photo exposé featuring shots of GAP members and their creative interpretations of the 1000 yard stare. https://globartproject.wixsite.com/globalartproject-art/no-mind?fbclid=IwAR3bkeYctKYmJWFGhMi-e9AO3fJVk_7Z5jPV4SapaB6PSUi1ztBQQ8M-UTw
In this edition, the event will be extended for 3 days in which more than 70 Chilean artists will be presented in different formats. The program will include a permanent exhibition of visual artists, photography, video-art, sound projects, dance, performance, short films, concerts, as well as workshops for artists and a Design Market. Schedule: Friday 13 – Vernissage Opening of the permanent exhibition / 7pm – 12am Saturday 14 – Activity Day Design Market / 12pm – 8pm Seminars and Workshops / 2pm – 4pm Open Air / 4pm – 10pm Soundprojects and performances / 6pm – 12pm Closing Party (at BaseMent) / 12am – 7am Sunday 15 – Family Day 2pm – 8pm Kids workshops, Puppet theater, Kidsfilms / 2pm – 6pm Shortfilm / 5pm – 8pm If you want more info or want to support Chilean Conexion, visit their Website / Facebook / Instagram
Tides are a sign of passing time. By observing the river or the ocean tide, a whole dimension is hidden, underneath the water. A whole universe exists. Because of climate change, the world is transforming. Marine species started moving but they are not all as fast and they cannot all adapt at the same pace. Some species are endangered by these changes. The project Marées is a poetic reflexion about passing time and changes that are happening in all bodies of water everywhere. Members’ Window Show Opening on Friday, Septembre 13, 2019 at 6pm Martin Cormier has a training in Visual Arts from Université de Montréal à Québec and in Education from Université du Québec à Rimouski. His work was exhibited in multiple exhibitions in Quebec and is part of public and private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe. His artistic practice is mostly photography, drawing and print and questions time and duration in relationship to existence (beginning to end, life and death). Ecology also takes an important place in his reflexion.
In a near future, a pizza delivery guy and his wife Feu Carthasis are in love and their story is passionate and full of rhythm and music. He used to be a sculptor and a DJ in a nightclub. She has been possessed by an old teacher of her, Fulcanelli the alchemist and since then has been lounging in fake palaces posing as operas. In this profoundly wild ghetto, marginal artists rub shoulders in rivalry. Their attempts to break off with their past grow tired and the pizza delivery guy run into a mutant, the new hope of contemporary art who scatters desire and dust upon the city. Performative intrigues, artistic manipulations and transforming states mark L’opéra d’or, a polyphonic writing project starring the voice of ambitious marginal artists whose destiny is yet to be fulfilled. Choir and visual art, installation and sound which draws from the codes of catharsis, intrigue, choral book, epic music, expressionism and thriller tv shows. Opening on Friday, Septembre 13, 2019 at 6pm Performance on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 6pm Artists and performers, Geneviève Crépeau and Matthieu Dumont have been collaborating since the end of the nineties under the name Geneviève et Matthieu. Their work is […]
Exhibition: E to the power of 6 by Johan Eriksson and Mattias Larson Thursday 12th September 7pm: Opening Friday 13th September 7pm: Artist Talk & Soup Saturday 14th September 8pm: Concert by Hybris Healers Drawn fictitious urban maps on recycled envelopes by Johan Eriksson and a model of sustainable development, built on site with household waste by Mattias Larson. Johan Eriksson about his art: ”I designed my first mapas a five-year-old. The inspiration for drawing ones own urban landscapes came from an interest in Stockholm’s buildings, traffic and rail-related public transport and also how this is depicted in maps and city plans. Eventually I discovered more of the outside world and other major cities such as. Beijing, Berlin, Pittsburgh and others. During the 1990s, I started a correspondence with various traffic companies around the world regarding modern tram traffic in Stockholm. Some of the envelopes I work with come from these traffic companies, others are from friends who send me letters from different countries. Different sorts of stamps, addresses on or a fold in the envelope form the conditions I must relate to. I see a possible picture in the relationships between these, how the cities are built in relation […]
Group Global 3000, Lecture 6.9., 7pm: “Nachhaltigkeit durch bessere Technik oder weniger Konsum?” from Dirk Arne Heyen (in German; exhibition from 5pm)
Group Global 3000: In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
C r o s s i n g B o r d e r s “What Borders Are You Willing to Cross?” GAP – Global Art Project – the collaborative future Over 30 artists connected to the international collaborative mixed media platform Global Art Project (GAP) are participating within the CrossingBorders exhibition that will take place from August 31 till September 15 2019 at the Sint-Amanduskapel (Campo-Santo), Visitatiestraat 2, Sint-Amandsberg in Ghent, Belgium. CrossingBorders is a conceptual collaborative group exhibition project for art professionals affiliated with Global Art Project GAP worldwide aiming on transferring the projects concept to the public and extending the participants professional international networks and art market. The CrossingBorders exhibition aims to bring together Global Art Project affiliated artists from all over the world, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders with the ambition to enter each other’s markets artistically. The CrossingBorders exhibition has been curated by the American artist and founder of Global Art Project, Carl Heyward and the Dutch artist and curator Ron Weijers. The curators of the CrossingBorders exhibition, stimulate and expect a conceptual reflection on distances or barriers, included in the perceptual context of a border, a blocking […]
Group Global 3000, 7pm: Artist talk „Paths to Sustainability“ – Elke Kupfer, Krisztina Fazekas-Kielbassa, Sophie Gnest, (exhibition from 5pm)
Seeking fulfillment in consumption versus global boundaries – how do we decide?
The Collectivists – Group Portrait Curator: Orly Hoffman Opening: Thursday 29.8 at 20:00, Tel Aviv Artists’ House The exhibition The Collectivists – Group Portrait presents six Tel Aviv collective galleries under one roof in Tel Aviv Artists’ House. The members of the galleries were invited to carry out a self-curated action, to formulate an index and an ID of sorts that will outline the portrait of its collective activity. The exhibition features Alfred Gallery, P8 Gallery, Hanina Gallery, Indie Gallery, Benjamin Gallery, and the young Nolobez Gallery, each selected themes and subject matters that represent and reflect their own DNA in different ways. The gallery artists, who are usually engaged in the administrative and practical operation of the gallery as a space for solo exhibitions and various collaborations with guest artists, were invited to present themselves/their work together as a collective. This brief and task became a driving force that challenged the underlying foundations of each gallery, which for the most part, are not addressed in the interaction and shared artistic creation of all of its members. The act of coming together, searching for an idea, looking for connections and common references in the works, summoned a process of introspection […]
AADK Spain invites to participate in its Artistic Residency Program, aimed at artists and researchers of all disciplines that wish to work on the notions of body, territory and / or spatiality. For this call, priority will be given to proposals that focus on thinking about the territory from an ecological perspective. Projects of ephemeral or permanent interventions that address the concepts of landscape memory and terrain anthropology will be of special interest. For those intending to work with the Blanca community, please bear in mind that projects of less than two months will not be accepted. The ability of artists to establish respectful relationships with the inhabitants and to be willing to trial and error will be fundamental. Also, research projects with a theoretical approach are welcome to apply for this call, as long as they are based on specific cases or objects of study. For more information and application; https://aadk.es/en/open-call/
SELF CULTIVATION AND CREATIVE PRACTICE | a three day residential workshop in West Dorset, UK | 24-27 August
This workshop will be an intensive introduction to a number of powerful approaches to self cultivation and creative analysis. It will equip you with the requisite tools to create a rooted personal vision and to fulfil that vision within your chosen medium – be it an artistic project, a creative practice or indeed any part of your life. The three day, fully catered residency will take place at a self-sustaining artists’ retreat and smallholding set within 40 acres of ancient woods and farmland close to the West Dorset coast. During three days of workshops, games, seminars and rigorous bodywork, teacher and maker Ryan Kiggell will offer a comprehensive introduction to a range of approaches that will lead the participants into this creative process. Applying the techniques to their lives and work, participants will learn to unlock deeper states of insight, presence and spontaneity, galvanise their imagination and make work that is intimately connected to living sources of inspiration. The residency is characterised by its search for new connections, exchange and learning amongst artists. Between training sessions there will be time for roaming through ancient woodland, trips to the nearby Jurassic coast, camp fires, communal eating and personal retreat time. Whilst aimed […]
In its third year, Water Tower Artist Residency is seeking submissions from national and international artists and artist collectives. This year, the residency will center on artists who use creative approaches towards communal engagement, aesthetics and social justice, alternative and gift economies, art and ecology, caregiving, contemporary philosophies of living and ‘liveness’, and questions of displacement and belonging.
OPEN CALL for International Art Residency Artists’ Point in beautiful natural environment of Meghlaya, India
A R T I S T S’ P O I N T Duration of the residency: 01.10.2019 – 27.10.2019 firstname.lastname@example.org www.picassopupils.com https://www.facebook.com/picassopupils Introduction: The art residency programme will gather professional artists from around the World in Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, North-East India, for one month. The art residency will provide an opportunity to experience untouched beauties of nature, Khasi tribal lifestyle and culture, mysterious monoliths, living root bridge, traditional folklore of the place. G U I D E L I N E S F O R A P P L I C A T I O N 1. Who can apply? Professional painters who finished their master degree in fine arts from recognized university (4-5 participants) Professional Audio/Video Documentarists who will be working towards production of the art residency video (1-2 participants) (Picasso Pupils reserves the right to change the final number of participants) 2. (A) PAINTERS- Submit photographs of your artworks (5 color photos of your artwork, jpg format suitable for printing of bulletins) and registration form filled completely as an e-mail attachment to: email@example.com AUDIO/VIDEO DOCUMENTARISTS- Send links of your previous documentaries and registration form filled completely as an e-mail attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org B) Or enter your website […]
ARTIST CALL OUT tactileBOSCH presents Under the Counter Culture an immersive, site responsive, multimedia programme celebrating the interconnection between art and nightculture. UTCC takes place across multiple venues presenting exhibitions, events, performances, screenings and participatory workshops Night Culture has long been at the forefront of avant-garde arts practice and the aesthetic and atmosphere of club culture has informed and inspired creative activity, individual and collective action where inhibitions and expectations are deconstructed, revealing a platform for free expression, experimentation, participation and play. Artists are asked to submit work that explores and celebrates all aspects of night culture and the counter cultural and non normative activities that it inspires. We shine a light on the value of grass roots night spaces to our urban landscpape and their ability to create action environments that encourage participation, invent new cultural forms and build new connections and their efforts to build unique platforms for inclusion, connection and presence in a world of increasing hostility and disconnect. tactileBOSCH invites submissions from both emerging and established artists. Artists and musicians from all mediums are invited to apply, however live work, performance, audio visual and installation is particularly encouraged. Opportunities exist for large scale site responsive work, […]
Group Global 3000: Vernissage “Paths to Sustainability ” – Elke Kupfer, Krisztina Fazekas-Kielbassa, Sophie Gnest (16.8. – 25.10.2019)
THE TIDAL FLOOD BENEATH THE LUNAR SWAY Lili Agg, Nikolett Balázs, Bence Barta, Ron Fischer, Veronika Romhány, Nóra Teplán Opening: August 15, 2019 / 7pm August 15 – September 6, 2019 The exhibition comprises works from six young artists from Hungary, members of MŰTŐ (Budapest, HU), an artist-run independent platform and art collective with the mission to create a physical space for young artists to experiment and find new ways of creation. Through a diverse program they try to expand the boundaries of art, focusing on emerging artists, building a community through a critical curatorial approach and democratic structure based on DIY culture. Most of the works in the exhibition appear to be the result of a process of sedimentation, both physical and theoretical, embedded with layers of labor and discourse. Several pieces relate to the influence of power and/or structures of power over the individual. Some of the artworks seem as if they were the conclusion of a natural and violent catastrophe, like a hurricane or a flood; bits of once complete things, that have been torn, shredded, eroded and decayed. Others are unharmed and intact, but nevertheless in their wholeness they are a reaction to “the fragmented identity […]
Group Global 3000: “Window of Consumption”: 9.8., 7pm: Finissage; Mona Lüders, Klára Némethy, Amir Spilmann; with lecture from Alfred Banze: „Social Plastic“; exhibition from 5pm
AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program. For this edition, priority will be given to those proposals that focus on thinking about the territory from an ecological perspective.
CrossingBorders What Borders are you willing to cross? An exhibition of works by members of Global Art Project, an international multimedia collaborative collective with over 50 members from 15 different countries. Exhibition concept: The Borders are wide, various, concrete and philosophical, offering an illusion of safety and definitive organization of reality ignoring the shifts in need and agendas at play at any given time on the international stage and the internal stage. Borders as a theme not defined, but implied. The obvious way to look at Borders is as it relates to geographic demarcation and socio-political implications, the artists in this exhibition take it one step further; Borders that confound and limit us personally; Borders to be psychologically challenged, broken through and/or accepted. Risk is the enemy of Fear. Love is the enemy of Hate. Change is the enemy of Complacency. The artists in this exhibition are familiar with Borders and how it manifests in their lives as creative human beings. Emphasis must be given to the importance and timeliness of this exhibition as an outlet for frustration and anxiety as artists attempt to illustrate, enact and represent both change and consciousness raising on a world-wide scale as well as […]
The project that Neno Belchev will present at Espai sant Marc on the 24th of July is “About some features, specifics and consequences of “street” video art with “poor” quality in one frame” The project ironically combines the creative approaches of video art with street art and actionism in urban environments. Examining their different aspects, the project aims to find new public language. It uses the different opportunities, which are offered by these seemingly different media through its innovative approach to them in a way that aims to maximize the impact. Technically, the project works with handy and found materials, thereby reducing budget expenses to a minimum. It elegantly avoids the hooligan approach in street art and puts social messages in a new context. Neno Belchev, graduated in Mural Painting from the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria. He works as video artist and filmmaker as well as in the fields of performance, installation, sculpture and new media. Neno has made one full-length movie, four medium-length documentaries and numerous short narrative films and video art works, which won prizes, awards and nominations from international video and film festivals in the United States, Russia, the Netherlands, Spain, India, Malaysia, Romania and Austria, […]
Phoenix Athens calls artists of all mediums to apply for a light or full residency programme. Phoenix Athens provides participants in this program with vital information about the many exhibition venues and art spaces in Athens and will help you to connect with other artists and curators living and working in Athens.
exhibition, performances, screenings 11-13 July 2019, >top space, Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin curated by Seeta Muller and Penka Mincheva From the pre-historic times, the artifacts are known either as a movement, like rock fresco of a hunting man, or as a three-dimensional object such as a sculpture or a built construction. Like the pyramids, constructed stone by stone, completing a whole assembly, the media which depict movement – as the film and video – appear to be constructed slide by slide, creating a motion. Speaking about Architecture of Mind through the methods of video art, we can consider several aspects in building an image such as a story or a message, discovering the architectural methods of thinking and developing an idea, emotion or an impression. Building up an image of an image, creating an imaginary reality, constructing elements of entire thought, inverting existed perspective, replacing the inner with the outer, constructing dreamed goals, manipulating a software engineering and speaking about a human-built system are regarded as subjects referreing to a number of layers of a developing process of creation. This particular collection of views presents the direct and the indirect touch with the architectural object or processes. The artworks are […]
Group Global 3000, 5.7.2019, 7 pm: Artist talk „Window of Consumption“; with Mona Lüders, Klára Némethy and Amir Spilmann
The year 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the prolific period of intercultural artistic exchange, the interwar period of Ecole de Paris, the 1920s. Referred to as Les Années Folles or the Roaring Twenties, this is when Montparnasse became the heart of intellectual and artistic life for international artists, writers, performers, and musicians working and living alongside each other in this prominent artistic neighborhood of the French capital. Located in Montparnasse, L’AiR Arts at FIAP Paris is pleased to commemorate this historical legacy and host a multidisciplinary residency for international artists and cultural professionals. Dedicated to the celebration of intercultural exchange through the arts, this residency will take place in January 2020 and offer a series of open and inclusive cultural events, including open studios, talks and showcases – each built on the generosity of the Paris based professionals and the curiosity and solidarity of international arts community. Program Overview: The idea of this residency is to revisit and develop the open and creative energy of the 1920s as well as the spirit of solidarity and unity that allowed arts community to thrive in the heart of France and of Europe during this politically and socially strained war-torn period. During […]
Snehta launches its new summer program of residencies and invites 3 (three) contemporary artists for the summer period of 2019 to live and work in the vibrant city of Athens during the months of July and August. Artists can choose to work in Snehta for July or August 2019 or for both months. Snehta resources’ such as work-spaces, wood work tools, as well as program specific activities are offered to the residents for the duration of their residency. Three separate studios are available: 1 studio (Closed studio at Snehta) – €250 per month (exl VAT) 1 studio (Closed studio (mezzanine at Snehta) – € 250 per month (exl (VAT) Artists occupying the closed studios at Snehta can also make use of the gallery space to expand their studio activity there. Snehta gallery is situated at I.Drosopoulou 47 1 studio (Snehta satellite) – €200 per month (exl VAT) Snehta gallery is situated at Kefallinias 39 street. Discounts apply on a two-month residency basis All studios are located in the Kypseli district of Athens within the city centre. Easily accessible by all means of transportation Deadlines for application the residency period: Tuesday 25th June 2019 12:00 pm Please send your request, […]
Along the course of the St-Laurent river, Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf offers us Anticipation perpétuelle, an out of the ordinary literary trail composed of ten signs pegged along the bike path. Depending on which way we are coming from, the nature of the messages shifts. On one side we can re-discover aspirational and wishful quotes about the twenty-first century from the after-war years. On the other side, in echo, the signs display the consequences of the alarming and evergoing growth of the human race. « The two reading place in opposition two sides of our era : the one that was dreamed about and idealized in the past, that was evoking a better life, already fast behind and outdated by nowadays technology ; and the one decried, telling an unknown and scary future, more a nightmare than a dream, a much less innocent vision than after the war, a brutal awakening to bad things to come.« – Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf Anticipation perpétuelle will be presented along the St-Laurent river from June 27 to August 18 2019
With a research desk installed on her tricycle, Genevieve Gasse rides the bike path between Regart and the Maison Natale de Louis-Fréchette. During her travels, she creates spontaneous artistic manoeuvers which question what is in place in order to further her research on art. Vélo-Bureau: Le chemin pour se rendre is a project of relational art which grows based on the evolution of the research by the artist and her meetings with the public. Gasse is asking “What is art?” and questioning the artistic process and the different steps as well as the multiple roles the artist takes on in their practice. In the gallery window and the entrance of Regart, Gasse diverts the initial function of the space by installing the Centre de recherche en art infiltrant (CRAI). Searchers occupy the temporary office space with the mission of doing research and artistic maneuvers questioning established systems like the initial function of an object, space as well as norms and perceptions. The CRAI also has for mandate to manage the activities of the desk-cycle. During a writer residency over the summer, author and art critic Cynthia Fecteau will join Gasse on her bike path journey and recount the events. An inventory of texts […]
Both avid collectors of collections, Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf, and Charles Sagalane are working collaboratively on an installation in the gallery where respective collections meet to become one on the walls of Regart. Constituted of a sample of objects from their personal collections, the result is heterogeneous and multifaceted. The objects are superimposed to a text painted on the walls. The four-handed text evokes the accumulation of words, objects, ideas, collections was first published in its entirety in 2016 in number 166 of Estuaire magazine. In the exhibition Ma collection d’exposition, a made-up character of a collector exists in the imagination. He is at once both and neither the authors-collectors. Ma collection d’exposition will be presented in the gallery of Regart from June 27 to August 18 2019.
We are now taking submissions for The Concern. A Magazine, issue 2, which will be published this fall. Unlike issue 1, which was entirely black and white, xerox printed, this 2nd issue will allow for color pages, at 8.5″x11″ in size. We are looking for submissions that relate to being concerned about something, it could be anything, funny/ serious, significant/insignificant. It could take the form of writing (poetry, articles, short stories) or artwork (drawing, collage, video stills, photography, etc). Though we can’t say we will accept all submissions, as a curated bookstore, this magazine will also be a curated collection. Please submit something to theconcernnewsstand (a) gmail, by September 15. Thank you!
Inspired by my childhood in the ’90s, “Of, ce dor, check-in, ce jale!” it’s an interpretation of the moment when communism clashed with capitalism. It’s the place where the east meets the west, the old meets the new, simplicity with opulence and the humor with sadness.
Group Global 3000, 14.6.: Finissage “The boiling frog“ – lecture (6.30 pm) and finissage (7 pm); exhibition from Dorotea Etzler
Solo Show DUMITRU GURJII ECHO | from natural to artificial Next week, the 13th of June | BUCHAREST E T A J presents the 17th one-night show, since May 2018, when we first opened. Dumitru Gurjii fills the space with a series of images, achieved through traditional and modern means, from painting and graphics to experimental art, installation, sound art, and video art, all of whom embody a single unitary world, ruled by chaos and order. Let’s turn one eye towards nature and the other towards our own worlds, both individual and collective, which we perpetually transform. I believe that, through this, ETAJ becomes a new world, that I first designed for myself, as a cosmogonical replica of the fundamental requisites of creation, which come to us as ECHOES. Now, I want my works to become “functional” and to be part of a global structure. I seek to build a SPACE that generates complementary, contemplative and empirical experiences. I am interested in how a thought becomes an IMAGE, through the act of materializing it, as well as in the constant principles of creation and in what guides nature in its manifestation and humans in their creation. A fundamental problem, that […]
Das Kiez Monument is an art installation that includes a group of monuments dedicated to the Reuterstraße – the central one being made in collaboration with Centrum’s direct neighbourhood. The project aims to highlight the complexities of the Reuterstraße, its history, population and different languages. The neighbours get to decide about the content and execution of the monuments, tackling the underlying question: how do they want to be remembered in the future? Thus, the artist Patricia Sandonis with her project wants to give a voice to the people who usually don’t have a say when it comes to writing (their own) history. Moreover Das Kiez Monument is also intended as an “ecological” work of art which reflects on the materiality of our surroundings today, using the banal materials of our daily lives.
Group Global 3000, 7.6: „The boiling frog“ – workshop (6:30pm) and game (8pm) as part of the exhibition from Dorotea Etzler (17.5. – 14.6.2019)
AIM Plovdiv 2019 – Local Connections 1–10 June, SKLAD, Plovdiv AIM Plovdiv 2019 – Local Connections brings together a range of European artist-run initiatives to connect independent Bulgarian art scene with the surrounding regions and internationally. The project builds on AIM Network’s long-term goals to facilitate connections, build new collaborations, strengthen the artist-run scene and make it accessible to the public. It develops the concept of working on a large-scale local basis across different but interconnected neighbouring regions. Despite the state borders, artists and curators often share similar social and cultural questions, common traditions and discourse in contemporary art, yet often they do not have the opportunity to meet in person and share their experience. The project will offer a range of events including public workshops, panel discussion, guided tour and exhibition. AIM Plovdiv 2019 is organised by AIM Network and Water Tower Art Fest and is realized as part of the official programme of Plovdiv – European Capital of Culture 2019. Participants: AEther (Sofia, BG), Candyland (Stockholm, SE), the fridge (Sofia, BG), International Performance Art Festival and Meeting (Tokyo, JP), KRÆ syndikatet (Copenhagen, DK), Lateral Art Space (Cluj-Napoca, RO), LTMKS (Vilnius, LT), MUU Artists’ Association (Helsinki, FI), Ormston House […]
States of Consciousness in Cognitive Capitalism Dates: June 1 – 15 Hosted by Performance Space New York
Galleria Jänis Open Call for spring 2020 Galleria Jänis is an independent and artist run gallery in Turku. Jänis is located in Jarrumiehenkatu 3, very close to the railway station in the centrum of Turku, Finland. Our agenda is to show art as a part of everyday life and to offer some little wonders on a street in Turku. Gallery space is a window of an old shop, which makes it accessible 24/7. Window is 2m wide and 3m tall and the space inside is 60 cm deep. Space is bordered on the inside to a wall 180cm wide and 170cm tall for hanging up works. There is a line for curtains that can also be used. Other solutions for hanging up are welcome as well, special arrangements are best to figure before hand. Rent is 120€ / 4 weeks. We do not take comissions. Artist is responsible of writing exhibition info and sending some photos and gallery will distribute these to the press and to the mailing lists. During the exhibition gallery will update their facbook-page on weekly basis for support. More info and pics of exhibitions past and present in facebook > Galleria Jänis, and yes, we do […]
…ism project space shows four distinctive installations by Jean-Philippe Paumier (Tours, 1980). The sculptural, video and sound installations all have their own sensory experience and make use of a different room of the 17th century townhouse.. Jean-Philippe Paumier (Tours, 1980) is a visual artist working with drawing, sculpture and installation. He graduated at the Art School of Rouen and at the University Paris-Sorbonne. In his work which is influenced by both Surrealism and Minimalism, Paumier concentrates on objects, shapes and textures. Open: Friday 24 May from 19:00-23:00 hrs Saturday 25 May from 13:00-18:00 hrs Sundag 26 May from 13:00-18:00 hrs
We are very excited to collaborate with TAKT BERLIN to host a special Artist Talk at GlogauAIR on 24th May 2019. Sol Jee Ahn (resident artist at GlogauAIR) and Michelle Hyland (resident artist at TAKT) will present the project they are working on and discuss about their works. Sol Jee Ahn (South Korea, 1990) Investigating what it is to be a subject or object from different social standards’ view, Sol Jee Ahn explores the notion of the term ‘being foreigner’ and ‘local’ as a tool to connect the question of autonomy of cultural selfhood and owning a body. Seeking various definitions of ‘foreignness’ while different cultures collide, the platform of which these phenomena are shown discretely is one’s body. To be exact, a body as a landscape of authenticity becoming foreign matter, and on the other side of that landscape, the survival of such authenticity against foreign invasions such as viruses or medical drugs. Michelle Hyland Exploring the transitory nature of structures around Perth, Michelle captures the phase of renewal where disruptions are hidden behind scaffolding as work is completed. Recent work has documented these fleeting memories of transitional events in the process of a city responding to growth. Free […]
Group Global 3000, 24.5:„The boiling frog“ – discussion (6:30pm) and workshop (8pm) as part of the exhibition from Dorotea Etzler (17.5. – 14.6.2019)
Unique solo-format monthly journal of fine art photography seeks portfolio submissions for its July, 2019, edition. All photo genres and techniques are invited; international submissions are welcome. Non-profit, non-advertising, and never a fee to artists to submit. Each edition features only one artist, an extended portfolio, and an in-depth interview. Free online with print and ebook editions available after the publication month. Please see the current edition, back issue archive and complete submission guidelines at https://www.dekunumag.com.
Group Global 3000: „The Boiling Frog“, works by Dorotea Etzler. 17.5. – 14.6.2019 (Vernissage 17.5., 7pm)
Group Global 3000, 10.5.2019, 7pm: Finissage „The Flood today“, with performance “Atoll Hurawalhi” (exhibition from 5pm)
GlogauAIR is looking for artists, curators or collectives with a clear cohesive concept propose projects and ideas for exhibitions in our 120sqm project space. Every three months, during the Open Studios events, we additionally host a two-day guest exhibition in our Project Space, inviting local artists, curators, and collectives to join us for these 2 exciting days, which receive over 500 visitors, celebrating new ideas in art and creativity. This time, we want to host your idea. GlogauAIR is based on the premises of openness, experimentation and dialogue. Being a non-profit organization permanently running an international Artist-in-Residence program, we are deeply committed to and focused on innovation and artistic quality. With the current call we aim to support creative minds while simultaneously actively contributing to a lively exchange and spreading of experimental ideas and practices throughout the city of Berlin. What we offer for free: • Project Space (120 sqm.) • Technical support • Technical equipment • Promotion (Website, Newsletter, Facebook, Instagram, Flyers and Poster) • Featuring in Open Studios catalog • Vernissage If you have a fresh, innovative, or exciting project and are interested in joining us then send a proposal to email@example.com with subject line OPENSTUDIOS JUNE PROJECT: • Project […]
May 2 – July 13, 2019 >> Opening: Thursday May 2, 2019, 7pm, in presence of the artist >> Closing Event + Artist Conversation: Saturday July 13, 2019, 7pm, Felix Baudenbacher in conversation with Sibylle Feucht, artist and founder of DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ >> press release >> invitation For the past few years, Felix Baudenbacher has been working exclusively in Bau Pink, an artist oil colour he designed and produces himself. The colour reflects the (sometimes blind) intensity of his personality and stands for the all-pervasive self, the filter through which the world surges towards the him and through which he interacts with the world. „It is the ‘I’ I can’t escape, sometimes my friend, often my enemy, always walking right beside me.“ (Felix Baudenbacher) The point of origin for Dauerrezept, Felix Baudenbacher’s first solo presentation in Germany, is an act of self-revelation by the artist, which is answered by a gesture of self-aggrandisement and an image of violence. Felix Baudenbacher created a whole new body of work specifically for this exhibition. It consists of the works Dauerrezept, Dick pic (oh what fragile things we are), Never broken and Prescriptions.
Dauerrezept | Felix Baudenbacher (London) May 2 – July 13, 2019 >> Opening: Thursday May 2, 2019, 7pm, in presence of the artist >> Closing Event + Artist Conversation: Saturday July 13, 2019, 7pm, Felix Baudenbacher in conversation with Sibylle Feucht, artist and founder of DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ >> press release >> invitation For the past few years, Felix Baudenbacher has been working exclusively in Bau Pink, an artist oil colour he designed and produces himself. The colour reflects the (sometimes blind) intensity of his personality and stands for the all-pervasive self, the filter through which the world surges towards the him and through which he interacts with the world. „It is the ‘I’ I can’t escape, sometimes my friend, often my enemy, always walking right beside me.“ (Felix Baudenbacher) The point of origin for Dauerrezept, Felix Baudenbacher’s first solo presentation in Germany, is an act of self-revelation by the artist, which is answered by a gesture of self-aggrandisement and an image of violence. Felix Baudenbacher created a whole new body of work specifically for this exhibition. It consists of the works Dauerrezept, Dick pic (oh what fragile things we are), Never broken and Prescriptions.
The book of the artist: Chronicles of the unpublished (hybrid) war. Or [Cotton Accounting] from Oleg Kharch .
The book of the artist. “Chronicles of the unpublished (hybrid) war. Or [Cotton Accounting], from Oleg Kharch” . https://www.slideshare.net/OLEGKHARCH/oleg-kharch-4-preview My technology. The book of the artist is a text collage of enough different elements. These are separate chapters that were recorded at different times manually. On papers that were used in accounting, other documentation, and millimeter paper with a proven fact of their manufacture in the 80’s and 90’s of the twentieth century under the Soviet Union. Research is always a long and hard – working process. On todays day, everything is very compressed in the temporal dimension to the extreme. So the Internet came to our aid. It gave an opportunity to study various aspects of human life on the planet Earth. Therefore, sitting on the monitor tertiary can fully comprehend those topics theme seem to have not hinge to do with it. Quite a normal click and now the theme of wars. It seems to him that this topic has acquired some o their bizarre aspect. Hybrid War. Unpublished war. This is a new reality. And it gets to the tablet owners screen by acquiring a taste of virtuality. Although it is possible to undergo a centre in […]
Group Global 3000, 7 pm: Lecture with talk “Floods from Myths to Science” in German by Nasrin Haacke, TU Berlin; given by Franziska Tügel, M.Sc., TU Berlin (exhibition „The Flood today“ from 5 pm)
AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program. For this call, projects that respond to the landscape will be prioritised. The Programme is carried out in Centro Negra, current headquarters of AADK Spain, located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. It is conceived of as a space for reflection and creative research that encourages its participants to interweave their projects with the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region. firstname.lastname@example.org
States of Consciousness in Cognitive Capitalism Dates: July 4 – 23 Hosted by Spike Berlin
הפרדה, חיפוי, הסתרה, שבירה: ‘קיר גבס’, החוצץ הזמני האולטימטיבי, ניצב במרכז תערוכה קבוצתית חדשה העוסקת בחלוקה והגדרה של טריטוריות גופניות ומגדריות. במסגרת התערוכה של קולקטיב בוש, האמניות שוברות את קירות הגבס בהינף פטיש קל וחושפות את מנגנוני הכוח העומדים מאחורי חוצצים אלו, תוך שהן מעלות שאלות על עטיפות הגוף, לימינליות מגדרית ומרחביות, טריטוריות פוליטיות של הגוף והיחס הניתן למרחב כגוף עצמאי. כוונת התערוכה לערער על אותם גבולות בעודנו עומדות מולם. זוהי תערוכה של קולקטיב בוש הפועל לקידום ויצירת במה לאמנות קווירית פמינסטית, דרך פלטפורמות שונות וביניהן יצירת פנזין, תערוכות, מיצגים, הרצאות ופרוייקטים משתנים. email@example.com
Soanyway online magazine is inviting submissions for Issue 3, by 30 April 2019, crossing the boundaries of visual, sonic and web-based art, video, poetry, music, literature and art writing, using any combination of words, images and sounds. Please review the magazine description on our homepage. Please submit via email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org We recommend using WeTransfer for large files.
The end of May is near, so as the deadline to apply for a residency period in GlogauAIR!! GlogauAIR is located in the very center of the creative neighborhood of Kreuzberg, Berlin! Join us in 2020 to research, create, produce, and present your work alongside talented artists from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Workshops, artist talks, screenings, and exchanges link you directly to a creative network in Berlin. Residencies last either 3 or 6 months. Applications Now Open for Residencies in January 2020 or Later >>DEADLINE MAY 31, 2019. Apply online > https://glogauair.net/apply/ It is free to apply to the residency and we welcome applications from all backgrounds and disciplines. The applications are reviewed by a selection committee comprised of local and international art professionals as jury members. The residential live/work studio costs 600 euros per month for a minimum of three months and there is program fee of 900 euros paid once per three months to support the exhibition, technical staff, and catalog production. Artists are encouraged to apply as early as possible and to seek funding opportunities, of which there is an extensive list of relevant ones on our website. https://glogauair.net/apply/
Prior Email Registration Required for the Workshop email@example.com (Scroll down for more info) The goal of this workshop hosted by Glogauair and Anita Kroo is to assist artists in obtaining and developing their skills for the multifaceted professional art world. Writing artist statements, constructing artist talks and presentations, assembling digital portfolios, and writing grant applications are all some of the challenging career tasks artists encounter on a regular basis as working professionals. This workshop provides artist useful guidelines and mentoring through a weekly session of group discussions, interactions and critique, in order to tackle these practical concerns. Throughout the meetings artists will have the opportunity to rehearse their oral presentation skills, develop their writing, and research themes of their work through a contemporary art context. The three main topics of this introductory workshop are artist portfolio, artist statement writing, and presenting an artist talk. By participating in this workshop, artists will be able to create competitive application materials, and gain a broader sense of the professional art world. Workshop Fee: 80 euros for the entire three-week workshop ( Workshop consists of three consecutive two hour long weekly meetings.) Class size is limited to 12 participants For registration, payment, and reserving […]
Berlin Sessions Residency announces an open call for a self-directed residency in Berlin to take place during months – June, July, December (2019), Janaury (2020). The opportunity is open to international artists, curators, researchers, creatives who would like to spend time on self-organized research, develop a body of work, use the city as a stage to connect, study and gain knowledge. Time & Space is a module of Berlin Sessions Residency created to give an opportunity for a self-directed residency to individuals. As an organization supporting mobility, we find it important to provide talented creatives with a chance to get to know a city such as Berlin and provide a safe environment at the entry stage. Program Selected applicants will receive a place to stay and work for the period of one or two months. Access to our bright and comfortable 160 sqm apartment with balconies, bedrooms and shared studio space of 35 sqm. Moreover, during our monthly meetings, we will give residents feedback in regards to their projects, point thematic connections with institutions and organizations in Berlin, suggest further direction. Procedure & Criteria The individual application consists of a very short project idea description (1500 characters) and a link […]
Unique solo-format English-language journal of fine art photography calls for portfolio submissions for its May, 2019, edition. Non-profit, non-advertising, artist-centric, Dek Unu provides a respectable, respectful place for adventurous, accomplished photographers to showcase work. Dek Unu includes an extended portfolio and in-depth artist interview in each issue. Never a fee for artists to submit. Current issue, back issue archive, and complete guidelines for submission at www.dekunumag.com.
On the 22nd and 23rd of March 2019, eleven of GlogauAIR’s resident artists coming from four continents will offer Berlin the chance to visit their studios and see all new work, the results of their residency projects completed here at GlogauAIR. Join us on Friday March 22nd from 7 to 11pm or on Saturday the 23rd from 2 to 7pm. As always, entry is free! Participating Artists: Kleber Cianni (BR) Zhiwan Cheung (US) Isolde Kille (DE) Emily Thomas (UK) Soji Shimizu (JP) Hannah Jones (US) Ji-Yeon Kim (KR) Bohyeon Kim (UK) Jorge Nava (SP) Lang Zhang (CN) Fiorella Bassil (CO) Beginning on the first floor, Kleber Cianni uses varied strings, found or purchased, adhesive tapes stained with the paints he used, or scraps of wood and drains, to paint, scribble, glue, tear, saw, sew, and reframe his way to new creations. Zhiwan Cheung presents a series of multi-channel video works playing in synchrony with each individual video acting as a fragment within an endlessly developing story. From two-dimensional works such as painting and photography to sculptural mirror works and film/video, Isolde Kille works with a variety of techniques to make visible not only the constructed nature of imagery but also […]
Zaratan AIR OPEN CALL SPRING 2019 | Residency Program DEADLINE | From March 18 to April 15, 2019 RESIDENCY PERIOD | From May to December 2019 ELIGIBILITY | Emerging and professional visual artists, performing artists, sound artist, curators and writers are eligible to apply. The residency program is designed for international or Portuguese artists residing abroad for the development of artistic projects, individual or collective. Zaratan defends a multidisciplinary and experimental attitude, where all the areas and the languages of the artistic expression are considered. DURATION | Minimum 4 weeks – Maximum 12 weeks. NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS | 2 artists at the same time ABOUT ZARATAN AIR | Driven by the desire to intensify and exchange knowledge with artists through creative and productive practices, in 2015 Zaratan announced the promotion of an international art residency. Our goal is to mix experienced with emerging artists and give them the possibility to bring their work in an international context through exchange and collaboration within the local network. The artists-in-residence at Zaratan are given the opportunity to develop a project over a fixed period of time, and to reflect and consolidate their artistic practice. During their stay in Lisbon, the selected artists will be required to meet on a regular basis with the curatorial team of Zaratan. We provide private […]
„The Flood Today“ – artists on the subject of flood, extreme weather events and climate change
In the performative installation Het Binnenhuis (The Interior), the central role is played by the spatial structure of the house. For two nights the house is taken over by 16 performers. The performers are not aiming at a theatrical spectacle but they focus on an atmosphere of domestic reality, according to strict rules, and fitting in the specific room they are in. Their movements are by and large predefined, and are finally worked out in improvisations. The performative installation is a transition zone between the public and the private, a territory where some spaces are closed and others are temporarily opened to visitors. During these two nights everybody is welcome, but not all the time and not everywhere. Performing: Kerem Akar, Liesje van den Berk, Carlinda Boom, Geerten Ten Bosch, Vladimir Bovt, Jos Deuss, Frits Dijcks, Ienke Kastelein, Frans van Lent, Marianne Linger, Hans van Lunteren, Jackson Moore, Leonard Passchier, Jello Reumer, Ieke Trinks, Iris van Wijk, advice: Pe Bies, video registration: Steef van Lent.
Brashnar Artist-in-Residence (BAiR) is an artist run and operated urban artist residency program located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. BAiR is a multi-faceted residency program allowing resident artists the freedom to explore the potentials of their practice while experiencing Macedonian culture through group related activities. While residing at BAiR, residents live in an open, communal style environment situated in a family oriented neighborhood. During their residency, residents are encouraged to embrace the local culture and to engage the surrounding community while living at the Art House. Residents also take part in maintaining Brashnar’s organic gardens at the Volkovo Project Space and learning how to live a sustainable lifestyle. The residency is open to all visual artists and writers that strongly encourage work utilizing innovative and traditional forms of art making along with collaborations, artist led projects and socially engaged practices. This is a self-directed, process-based residency with no obligation or expectation to complete a body of work, but resident artists are expected to engage with the community during Open Studio events organized by Brashnar that take place the last week of each month. Brashnar Artist-in-Residence offers living and work space for up […]
I n t r o d u c t i o n The programme will gather professional artists (painters, musicians) from around the world in the village – Vrbovce, surrounded by the White Carpathians Protected Landscape Area in Slovakia. The Art Symposium and Festival will provide an opportunity to experience the beauty of nature, culture and folklore of the region. The main aim of the art symposium is to reflect and promote the local folklore of the Vrbovce region in contemporary art practice.
We are excited to announce the open call for our 2019 residency program! Land404 will invite a small group of artists to take part in a month long residency at our farm culminating in an exhibition on a nearby cape. We ask the participating artists to work with the nature and community surrounding the farm. Thematically investigating the relationship between modern people and nature as well as urban and rural states of being. The participants are encouraged to work freely with the themes. No discipline is preferred, but we are extra interested in experimental approaches, interdisciplinary work and social practice. This year we continue our collaboration with Dans i Blekinge, a residency for dancers and choreographers running parallel to ours. Land404s residency is intimate, intensive and experimental. As it takes place in our home there is a strong communal aspect, which we love. It is however important that applicants are aware that they will be expected to take responsibility for the well-being of the group as well as partake in daily tasks related to the house. In other words if you want a room and no-one to bother you for a month this is probably not the program for you. […]
Unique English-language journal for fine art photography is calling for submissions of portfolios for its April 2019 edition. Non-profit, non-advertising Dek Unu Magazine publishes the images and an interview with a single photo-artist online monthly. Featured artists are promoted extensively on web and social media. This is a respectable and respectful place for accomplished, adventurous photography. Current edition and back issue archive: https://www.dekunumag.com Complete submission guidelines: https://www.dekunumag.com/submit
February 14 – April 14, 2019 >> Opening: Thursday February 14, 2019, starting 7pm >> Workshop with METASITU in the frame of videonale.17: Friday, February 22, 2019, 12am – 4:30pm where: Library Kunstmuseum Bonn | Cartographies of Memory, Love and ritual(in English) with METASITU >> Conversation: Friday, April 12, 2019, 7pm Refracted Realities and Urbanism, in cooperation with Videonale Bonn, with: Stefan Henkel, Europa-University Viadrina (Frankfurt/Oder), Eduardo Cassina and Liva Dudareva, both METASITU (Athens/Kiev) and Tasja Langenbach, director Videonale, Bonn. >> Closing Event: Sunday, April 14, 2019, 1-4pm >> project updates >> press release >> invitation A project by METASITU, commissioned by DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ with: Eduardo Cassina, Liva Dudareva, Grace Euna Kim, Dana Kosmina, Ellen H Tracy, Illia Yakovenko and Laura Yuile We don’t know our neighbors by name – most of the times, we don’t even know how they look like. Yet, through social media, we are extremely familiar with the dietary habits of someone who we have never met and is oceans apart from us. They might not even know we exist, but we feel, we are part of their tribe – One of the many tribes we belong to. FOUNDATION […]
Berlin Sessions Residency announces an open call for a Spring Self-directed Residency in Berlin to take place during two months –March and April 2019. The opportunity is open to international artists, curators, researchers, creatives who would like to spend time on self-organized research, develop a body of work, use the city as a stage to connect, study and gain knowledge. Time & Space is a module of Berlin Sessions Residency created to give an opportunity for a self-directed residency to two individuals. As an organization supporting mobility, we find it important to provide talented creatives with a chance to get to know a city such as Berlin and provide a safe environment at the entry stage. Read more about residency costs and application procedure: https://berlinsessions.org/open-call-spring-self-directed-residency-2019/ Deadline for the application is 18th of February (Monday) at 11 pm (CEST). Time & Space is a module of Berlin Sessions Residency, a project by Andrzej Raszyk in cooperation with Berlinerpool Arts Network.
Applications are now open for residencies at GlogauAIR Berlin Explore, create, and exhibit, GlogauAIR offers artists live/work studio space in a historic building in Kreuzberg, Berlin. All resident artists participate in GlogauAIR´s Open Studios Exhibition, which offers the opportunity to showcase your project with direct contact to the local artistic scene and a dialog with the public. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: March 15, 2019 23:59 CET https://glogauair.net/ firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
>> Closing Event + Artist Talk: Thursday January 31, 2019, 7pm Dr. Barbara J. Scheuermann, Kunstmuseum Bonn in conversation with Christoph Dahlhausen >> press release >> invitation DAS ESSZIMMER and Christoph Dahlhausen (Melbourne/Bonn) are in close and friendly exchange as well as cooperation since the start of the exhibition space in 2011. We are all the more pleased that we could win Christoph Dahlhausen to create a site specific light installation in 3 parts for the court yard and façade of DAS ESSZIMMER, to bring some light into the dark season. The light installation contrasts and accentuates the prize winning architecture of dgj Architektur from Frankfurt/M. Thanks to: Sparda Bank, Bonn
For the Vorspiel as part of Transmediale and CTM Festival 2019, Greg Kappes b. 1994 (USA/DE), will present a series of interactive, participatory installation and performance works centered around the spontaneous, fluid nature of community building and empathy. Kappes aims not only to recuperate our often strained relationships with technology by facilitating novel interaction, play, and connection, but also to show the possibility of molding technology to our own needs. With benevolent and playful methods, he masterminds a seductive system of approaches to reexamine the ways in which we relate to technology: Do we control our devices or do they control us? In one work, participants are led through a sort of choreography using only their cellphones and instructions provided by a website. This leads to an immersive shared experience that emphasizes our digital interconnectedness. But is this network virtual or is it embodied in the space? www.gregkappes.com Opening Saturday, January 26, 2019 18:00 – 22:00 Duration: Until February 2, 2019 Visit: Tuesday to Saturday 12-6pm. About GlogauAIR GlogauAIR is an art space and residency in a historic building in Kreuzberg open to new ideas and interchange Founded in 2006 by the artist Chema Alvargonzález, GlogauAIR is a non-profit organization […]
Artists of the exhibition speak with guests about their works (object, collage, painting, video, performance); theme: air pollution.
Vernissage „It takes my breath away“ with audio-visual textperformance by Tom Albrecht: “Pollutant of the month” We breathe in nitrogen oxides and particulate matter from traffic, from coal-fired power plants, construction sites, wood firing, agricultural technology. At home we smell artificial fragrances of allergen deodorants, detergents, softeners and plastic odors. It takes my breath away. Artists: Tom Albrecht, Ruth Biller, Matthias Fritsch, Rike Goll, Irene Hoppenberg, Jürgen Moldenhauer, Mari Terauchi, Maud Tutsche, Roland Wegerer Exhibition 11.1.2019 – 1.3.2018, regular opening hours fridays 5-8 pm and by appointment Curator: Tom Albrecht Photo: It could be so nice © Jürgen Modenhauer
Call for Artists – Artrooms Fair ROMA 2019 Artrooms Fair Roma has announced the dates of its 2nd Edition! The Fair will run from the 22nd to the 24th March 2019 at The Church Palace Hotel (Via Aurelia, 481, 00165 Roma RM, Italy). Artrooms Fair is the first international contemporary art fair offering free exhibition spaces to independent artists, innovating the way artists and buyers meet. We are now calling for independent artists from all over the world, from all different backgrounds and media. Room Art Application: Artists will exhibit in hotel rooms to be transformed in their own creative and intimate studios. It is a great opportunity to share your vision, meet collectors, curators, and to be scouted by galleries. Video Art Application The Video Art section will take place at the Auditorium Cinema Bachelet. Covering an area of 400sqm, the auditorium can seat 550 guests and is equipped with sophisticated audio and visual multimedia services, dedicated wireless internet connections and a Dolby surround system 7.1. Sculpture Park Application: The Sculpture Park will be a wide outdoors area within the premises of The Church Palace Hotel. The Single Work Application: Artists submit 1 application for only 1 work […]
GAP MEMBERS TEAM TEACH STUDIO 4404 SOBASTOPOL, CALIFORNIA: Heyward / Jacquot LIVING YOUR WILD CREATIVITY MIXED MEDIA 2 DAY ABSTRACT ART WORKSHOP MAY 25, 26 FRIDAY, SATURDAY——-STUDIO OPENS AT 10AM, INSTRUCTION NOON-3:30PM, STUDIO CLOSES AT 4:30PM EACH DAY. STUDIO4404, 4404 ROSS RD, SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472 CARL HEYWARD AND SUZANNE JACQUOT heyward jacquot MIXED MEDIA 2 DAY ABSTRACT ART WORKSHOP WITH CARL HEYWARD AND SUZANNE JACQUOT https://www.livingyourwildcreativity.com/day-long-wild-art-immersion-workshop/mixed-media-2-day-abstract-art-workshop?fbclid=IwAR2f5GpbX4ZtMyJp9CqU200hqyI3ZEwL5lEsDXIdadLimlltnqQRnCvicMY from 500.00 Mixed Media 2 Day Abstract Art Workshop with Carl Heywrd and Suzanne Jacquot. May 25,26, 2019, Sobastopol, CA Cost: $550; Returnees: $500 *Holiday special through Dec 31st: $495 Bring a Friend and Save: $950 for two. Cancellation policy: Full refund -$75 if cancelled 60 days or more in advance, 1/2 returned -$75 if cancelled 30 days in advance. No refund if cancelled less than 30 days before workshop. To obtain refund email Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOT AIR is an artist-in-residence program located in the town of Nishiaizu in Fukushima, Japan. Located in the north west corner of the prefecture, Nishiaizu is surrounded by a vast landscape of mountains, rivers, and farmland. The artist-in-residence program is part of the Nishiaizu International Art Village; a half-century old wooden school building that has been transformed into a gallery, workshop, and cultural gathering space. All types of artists (visual artists, designers, musicians, performers, cooks, architects, engineers, etc…) are welcomed to apply for the program regardless of stature (professional, amateur, student). The program’s key concepts involve: (1) sustainable community, (2) learning from traditional environmental culture, (3) recreating an environmental symbiosis lifestyle, and (4) revitalizing the depopulated community through cultural exchange. It is for this reason that we ask applicants to submit a short proposal of what they wish to work on and how it can relate to the community of Nishiaizu. Nishiaizu is ideal for artists who would like a quiet and natural atmosphere to concentrate and create while being open to learning and inspiration from the rich culture, customs, and people of a local rural community in Japan. To apply, please submit the following via email: A list of […]
A community of international creatives, Mothership NYC (www.mothership.nyc) is a combined live-work space and presentation arena dedicated to offering the U.S. audience access to current art from other countries and to bring creative people together for artistic cross-pollination and transnational collaborations. In collaboration with nonprofit NOoSPHERE Arts (www.noosphere-arts.nyc), Mothership NYC is pleased to offer an annual grant program: Once a year, we will provide a month-long residency free of charge to one talented international artist and/or curator. Selected by a committee of peers, the award winner will spend their time on board Mothership NYC in Brooklyn developing a creative project for presentation to the NYC audience. Disciplines: We are open to all media, but the private work space is most suitable for the following disciplines: visual art, painting, drawing, writing, film, theater, dance, performing arts, filmmaking, animation, new media, and curatorial. This opportunity is open to artists of all nationalities. Accommodation: The resident stays in private living quarters in our live-work community housing 5-6 artists total. The private work space comes with desk, wifi and an easel. Kitchen, lounge, and bathrooms are shared. Financial Support: The award winner receives one month’s free accommodation in private live-work space. We will also […]
GAP member William Jaggers solo exhibition Gallerie Renee Marie Jan 1 – March 30 Benicia, California. www.galleriereneemarie.com additionally photo-based mixed-media work by Margot Hartford will be exhibited in the course of this exhibition.
This is a collaborative art performance consisting of an ongoing collaborative artistic creation that blends dance, poetry, sound & art video projections. Inspired by poems of Carl Heyward, Global ART Project 2018: with Yma Ndione/Compagnie les Enfants de Walou Dekenko. Supporting artists include: Akiko Suzuki, Lea Panelouchka, Syporca Whandal, Cvlgap Artis, Suzon Bastide, Sophie Bastide, Kent Heyward, Christopher Padgett Hunnicutt, Brain Auerbach, Willow Gray, Bo Voyce, Rachel Wright, Ana Gabiño Gabiño, Pier Makanda, David Taulbee Anderson, Alvaro Sanchez, Kathleen Migliore For more info about “3 POEMS” : email@example.com
This workshop will focus on ORGANIC DANCE and will be facilitated by Macha Mélanie Bastide, Graduate Dance Instructor, Videographer and Choreographer for Puls’Art Dance. For info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kære alle, Invitation til Fernisering på min solo udstilling i Kødbyen, København. Kunstnergalleriet Staldgade 74 åbner dørene for min solo udstilling d. 14. december kl. 15-20. Det vil glæde mig at se jer til min nye udstilling og samtidig få mulighed for at ønske jer en glædelig jul. – Så tag en pause i julegave indkøbene, eller kom forbi inden julefrokosten til et glas og en oplevelse. – Giv mig gerne et praj om I har mulighed for at komme, så kan galleriet og jeg bedre tilpasse mængden af indkøb. Udstillingsperioden er fra d. 14. – 30. december, efter aftale på tel. 2681 4571 – Jeg håber meget at I kan nå at komme forbi. kh. Tom Website: www.tom.bramsnaes.com
BLINDSIDE 2018 EMERGING CURATOR MENTORSHIP Helen Grogan, Christopher Boots, Shannon May Powell, Honey Long, Prue Stent, Kathleen Campone-Burn, Isabella Whawhai Mason Anticipation is Half of the Seduction is an exhibition that considers the heightened states of being that exist between sites of release and resistance. Whether it be found in the tension between consenting bodies or the impact of colliding objects, the dynamic movement that exists between the attraction and repulsion of energy is everywhere. Considered through artworks that both document and demonstrate through choreography, photography, sculpture and light, Anticipation is Half of the Seduction examines the uncontrollable forces of our emotions and nature. CURATOR | Jonathan Homsey MENTOR | Hannah Matthews Opening Night | Thursday 7 Dec, 6pm–8pm Performance | Helen Grogan Consent of Seduction | Artist Talk with Bella Mason & Kathleen Campone-Burn facilitated by Jonathan Homsey | Saturday 8 December 2-3pm Gallery open | Tuesdays-Saturdays, 12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays IMAGE | Honey Long + Prue Stent, Venus Milk, 2015, archival pigment print, 159 x 106cm. Courtesy the artist and Arc One Gallery, Melbourne.
In a figurative sense a collector and an artist, both friends of Alex Katz are visiting him in his studio in New York accompanied by “Homage to Monet 5”. An installation on the occasion of the parallel solo show of Alex Katz at Museum Brandhorst, Munich.
Stabilizing Light Bonn | Christoph Dahlhausen (Melbourne/Bonn) 01.12.2018 bis 31.01.2019 >> Opening Event / Art + Cookies: Saturday December 1, 2018, start 7pm 7:15pm – the site specific 3-part outdoor Light Installation Stabilizing Light by Christoph Dahlhausen (Bonn/Melbourne) will be switched on 8pm – Sound and Text Collage by Hannah Dahlhausen (Bonn) >> Closing Event + Artist Talk: Thursday January 31, 2019, 7pm Dr. Barbara J. Scheuermann, Kunstmuseum Bonn in conversation with Christoph Dahlhausen >> press release >> invitation DAS ESSZIMMER and Christoph Dahlhausen (Melbourne/Bonn) are in close and friendly exchange as well as cooperation since the start of the exhibition space in 2011. We are all the more pleased that we could win Christoph Dahlhausen to create a site specific light installation in 3 parts for the court yard and façade of DAS ESSZIMMER, to bring some light into the dark season. thanks to: Sparda Bank
…ism project space shows a new total installation by Paul Bogaers (Tilburg, 1961). The artist uses three very different spaces in the building for an artistic trilogy about the relationship between photography, sculpture and space. His photo sculptures occupy the project space and guide the visitor through the different scenes. For the first time, video projection is being used to unlock Bogaers’ state of mind. Using both the front space and the deepest space in the 17th century building of …ism, Bogaers forces the visitor to approach the installation from two directions. With ‘Back and Forth’ not only the boundaries of photography but also the limits of exhibition design are being explored.
Dek Unu Magazine seeks fine photography portfolios for monthly editions. All photo techniques and genres are welcome. Only one solo portfolio and English-language artist interview per issue. Non-profit, non-advertising. Respectable and respectful source and opportunity for adventurous, accomplished photo-artists. We promote our features extensively on web and social media. See the current issue at www.dekunumag.com and review back issues in pdf on www.dekunumag.com/issues. Full details and complete submissions guidelines at https://www.dekunumag.com/submit.
Galleria Jänis Open Call for autumn 2019 Galleria Jänis is an independent and artist run gallery in Turku. Jänis is located in Jarrumiehenkatu 3, very close to the railway station in the centrum of Turku, Finland. Our agenda is to show art as a part of everyday life and to offer some little wonders on a street in Turku. Gallery space is a window of an old shop, which makes it accessible 24/7. Window is 2m wide and 3m tall and the space inside is 60 cm deep. Space is bordered on the inside to a wall 180cm wide and 170cm tall for hanging up works. There is a line for curtains that can also be used. Other solutions for hanging up are welcome as well, special arrangements are best to figure before hand. Rent is 120€ / 4 weeks. We do not take comissions. Artist is responsible of writing exhibition info and sending some photos and gallery will distribute these to the press and to the mailing lists. During the exhibition gallery will update their facbook-page on weekly basis for support. More info and pics of exhibitions past and present in facebook > Galleria Jänis, and yes, we do answer […]
Group Global 3000: 23.11., 7 pm: artist talk „The water was pure and clean“; with AV-Performance “Water”
In our artistic discourse we treat ecological topics connected with social and / or economic. Our works are part of a new art language that is inherent in sustainability. GG3 thus promotes sustainability as a socially relevant and world-changing process.
Isn’t painting the art form with the least rules or restrictions remaining? One can choose to paint pictures of the real or the imaginary, to paint abstract shapes or not even shapes, to paint those for their own sake or merely as a means to explore process or materiality, relationship or meaning, or simply paint itself. Or not even paint, but instead use the entire gravitational mass of everything said and done within painting as a counterweight of reference – to pull something out of or bounce against, and thus try to contribute to the discourse. One can paint dead-serious, whimsical, cynical or with compassion, and achieve equally grand or unsuccessful positions. One can give up on painting since everything is already done, or throw oneself fully into it, since the sea of possibilities is vaster in painting than anywhere else. Composing Reality places four very different but equally confident painters in a room of opportunity and risk, balancing and bouncing off each other, and offering you as a visitor the chance to compare and consider, either by looking straight at their paintings, or at how they reflect in the painterly style of the others. All four stem from Sweden […]
Opening: Thursday, November 22, 6—9pm Visiting Hours: Friday – Sunday, November 23—25, 12 – 6pm LOOP Discover Finalists and Award-winners to be screened at GlogauAIR Berlin. ///Saturday, November 24 at 5pm/// LOOP DISCOVER AWARD WINNERS 2018: Special Screening and Q&A with directors Bianca Kennedy & Felix Kraus “The Lives Beneath” GlogauAIR is excited to announce a partnership with the acclaimed LOOP Barcelona video art festival to present works from the finalists and award-winners of LOOP Discover. LOOP Discover is a platform for video artists to present their work throughout the LOOP network through their juried open call that has taken place annually since 2015. An international jury made up of acclaimed professionals in the contemporary art sector have singled out the 10 finalists, along with the prize-winner from the wide range of submissions they received to their open call. Directly after the festival concludes in Barcelona, LOOP Discover is a Berlin audiences will have a chance to see the awarded and selected films and meet some of the filmmakers in person. All eleven films including the winner of the LOOP Discover Award and the audience award will be screened at GlogauAIR in Kreuzberg, Berlin over the course of four days […]
22.11.2018 bis 13.01.20192018 >> Opening: Thursady November 22, 2018, start 7pm >> Art + Cookies: Saturday December 1, 2018, start 7pm 7:15pm – the outdoor Light Installation Stabilizing Light by Christoph Dahlhausen (Bonn/Melbourne) will be switched on 8pm – Sound and Text Collage by Hannah Dahlhausen (Bonn) >> Concert: Saturday December 15, 2018, 7pm Drei: improvised music by/with Uwe Juchum (bass clarinet); Kai Winter (Alto saxophone) and Dirk Friedrich (chromatic harmonica) >> Closing Event + New Year’s reception: Sunday January 13, 2019, 12am – 4pm >> press release >> invitation participating artists: Aljoscha (Dusseldorf, GER) | Christophe Baudson (Dublin, IR) | Wim Bosch (Groningen, NL) | Tom Früchtl (Berlin, GER) | Shuhei Fukuda (Gunma, JP)| Martina Geccelli (London, UK) | Angela Glajcar (Rheinland-Pfalz, GER) | Michael Graeve (Melbourne, AUS) | Noel Ivanoff (Auckland, NZ) | Gereon Krebber (Cologne, GER) | molitor & kuzmin (Cologne, GER)| Vera Molnar (Paris, F) | Dario Pérez-Flores (Paris, F) | Frank Piasta (Freiburg, GER) | Rainer Splitt (Berlin, GER) | Martin Wöhrl (Munich, GER) DAS ESSZIMMER and Dagmar Weste of youngcollectors have been in friendly exchanges for many years, which over the last few years has repeatedly led to various cooperation projects. – We […]
THE AUXILIARY ARE INVITING SUBMISSIONS FOR THEIR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENT PROGRAMME, AUX-AIR 2018. WE ARE LOOKING FOR 4 EMERGING AND EARLY CAREER INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS WORKING IN THE FIELDS OF SONIC ART, PERFORMANCE AND INSTALLATION TO UNDERTAKE A FUNDED, 6 WEEK RESIDENCY AT OUR PROJECT SPACE IN TEESSIDE, NORTHEAST ENGLAND. CHOSEN ARTISTS WILL RECEIVE A STIPEND, PRODUCTION BUDGET AND TRAVEL ALLOWANCE. DURING THEIR RESIDENCY THEY WILL PRESENT AN EXHIBITION/PERFORMANCE AND TALK/WORKSHOP AT THE AUXILIARY’S GALLERY SPACE, NETWORK WITH LOCAL ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS AND BENEFIT FROM CRITICAL FEEDBACK SESSIONS WITH INVITED ARTISTIC MENTORS. SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL ALSO BENEFIT FROM NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES WITH OUR PARTNERS MIDDLESBROUGH INSTITUTE OF MODERN ART, NAVIGATOR NORTH, PLATFORM A AND MIDDLESBROUGH COUNCIL. THERE IS NO CURATORIAL THEMATIC FOR THIS CALL OUT. HOWEVER PROJECTS THAT ENGAGE WITH THE INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE, PLACE AND IDENTITY OF TEESSIDE WILL BE FAVOURED. SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL RECEIVE – A 6 WEEK RESIDENCY (INCL. STUDIO AND ACCOMMODATION AT THE AUXILIARY) -£1360 STIPEND -TRAVEL ALLOWANCE OF UP TO £150 -PRODUCTION BUDGET OF UP TO £350 -EXHIBITION/TALK/WORKSHOP -ONE ON ONE CRITICAL FEEDBACK SESSION WITH A LEADING ARTIST/ACADEMIC -NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES AND ADVICE ON COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WITH OUR PARTNERS AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS -TECHNICAL SUPPORT WITH ANY INSTALL AND DE-INSTALL. -FULL ACCESS TO AV […]
Stephen Palmer Endless Projection explores the production of perceptual experience through the interposition of the eye and the photographic apparatus. The works consist of particular gestures undertaken with the camera, which accentuate the corporeal dimension of vision, and play upon the seductive process of identification at stake in the image. Video works with rhythmic and cyclic structures are generated through the employment of restricted movements and serial processes. In testing the limits of the photographic apparatus, the works seek to expose the aleatory and precarious condition of subjective experience. Stephen Palmer is an artist and writer based in Melbourne. He recently completed a PhD in Fine Art at the Victorian College of the Arts, which examined the nature of perception in the writings of Samuel Beckett. He has taught, predominantly in Art Theory, at Universities in Melbourne. Recent exhibitions include Vexed Appendix (George Paton Gallery), Hesitation (BUS Projects) and Faux Novel (RMIT Project Space). He was a facilitator of Light Projects ARI, Northcote. IMAGE | Stephen Palmer, Endless Projection, 2017, detail, colour slides, slide projectors, timer. | Courtesy of the artist. Opening Night | Thursday 15 Nov, 6pm–8pm Gallery Open | Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays
Mia Middleton Using coded depictions of depth perception, Being There presents works which unpack the interdependent states of presence and absence, surface and void, and examines their pertinence and application within contemporary place making. In particular, the works navigate synthetic and utopic environments by breaking apart and re-purposing the virtual and tangible veneers that typify them. Romanticised wilds meet with monolithic forms and dark cavities, exploring the primal states buried beneath utilitarian sites. The result is a conflation of the domestic and the fantastic, where multiple spatialities exist in tandem, and sights and sounds commingle with coverings and facades. Mia Middleton is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Sydney, Australia. Since completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in photo-media at UNSW Art and Design in 2013, Mia’s work has been exhibited at galleries both nationally and abroad, including the Museum of Contemporary Art ARTBAR, CICA Museum Korea, Aici Acolo Romania and the Athens Digital Arts Festival. She has been the recipient of the Canson Photography Prize and completed a suite of performances for performance art festival Desire Lines. In 2018 Mia will be travelling and undertaking a professional art residency in Barcelona before presenting a solo exhibition at Blindside Gallery. IMAGE | Mia […]
The 8th edition of POPPOSITIONS will revolve around the term “woke” and how its mainstream popularity and increasing application intersects with corporate and capitalist structures. The idea of being woke and wokeness concerns raising social awareness, taking actions in response to dominant paradigms, acknowledging one’s privileges towards understanding the struggles of others, and giving space to social bodies that have been silenced, unacknowledged and underrepresented. With the forthcoming edition of POPPOSITIONS we want to think collectively about what responses and forms of resistance can be formulated when ideologies have become trendy and woke-washing brands cash in on social justice. https://www.poppositions.com/framework2019 https://www.poppositions.com/opencall
Vernissage with sound performance: Jürgen Michaelis “Aqua Synth: neptune’s truth teller”. The exhibition examines water pollution as a global problem and together with our approach to water. Wasser_flyer_en email@example.com
Brashnar Artist-in-Residence (BAiR) is an artist run urban artist residency program located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. BAiR is a multi-faceted residency program allowing resident artists the freedom to explore the potentials of their practice while experiencing Macedonian culture through group related activities. While residing at BAiR, residents live in an open, communal style environment situated in a family oriented neighborhood. During their residency, residents are encouraged to embrace the local culture and to engage with the surrounding community while living here. Residents also take part in maintaining Brashnar’s organic gardens at the Volkovo Project Space and learning how to live a sustainable lifestyle. The residency program is open to all visual artists and writers that strongly encourage work utilizing innovative and traditional forms of art making along with collaborations, artist-led projects and socially engaged practices. This is a self-directed, process-based residency with no obligation or expectation to complete a body of work, but artists are expected to engage with the community during Open Studio events organized by Brashnar that take place the last week of each month. Applicants in the following fields are eligible to apply: drawing, painting, printmaking (linocut and […]
BLINDSIDE B-Side celebrates BLINDSIDE’s fifteen-years as an ARI that supports creative experimentation and will recognise artists who have contributed to form our vibrant arts community. The aim is to raise funds through the sale of artworks to enable BLINDSIDE to continue to program pivotal exhibitions in our iconic Nicholas Building home, facilitate critical and engaging public programs, and support arts writers and artists at all stages of their careers. Opening Night | Thursday 1 Nov, 6pm – 8pm Gallery Hours | Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm Closed on Public Holidays
B-SIDE BLINDSIDE B-Side celebrates BLINDSIDE’s fifteen-years as an ARI that supports creative experimentation and will recognise artists who have contributed to form our vibrant arts community. The aim is to raise funds through the sale of artworks to enable BLINDSIDE to continue to program pivotal exhibitions in our iconic Nicholas Building home, facilitate critical and engaging public programs, and support arts writers and artists at all stages of their careers. Opening Night | Thursday 1 Nov, 6pm–8pm Gallery open | Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm
Contemporary Collaboration – international exhibition project – Pulchri Studio – The Hague Contemporary Collaboration is an international exhibition project in which the stimulation of alternative cooperation processes is central. The Contemporary Collaboration exhibition presents a group of artists who are all connected in different international networks and work intensively together in both their artistic processes and their professional professional practice. The concept for this exhibition is therefore aimed at stimulating new and synchronized forms of collaboration or ‘Contemporary Collaboration’. The objective of 10dence is the stimulation, introduction, organization and realization of alternative, inspiring and inventive processes to promote and support professional art practice. An incubator that cooperates intensively within various international networks with the aim of providing an independent platform for artists, for presenting and exhibiting their work at home and abroad. 10dence, in collaboration with artists’ initiatives such as Global Art Project (GAP), investigates how the creation and production of art can be cultivated by means of innovative network concepts and the development of alternative breeding grounds and residences that facilitate collaboration, experimentation and the multidisciplinary practice combines with strategic sustainability within individual professional practice. Under the title ‘Contemporary Collaboration’, initiator and visual artist Ron Weijers has compiled this […]
––––› UNCOATED PRESENTS: IDENTITY UNVEILED ‹–––– The exhibition researches how we can balance our role within the social system whilst discovering our identity. How connected to the ‘Self’ are people willing to be? Emmanuel Levinas: ‘’The visage perceived by others, it establishes a passage to transcend the outer world from the enclosed inner-self.’’ Participating artists: ✫ Carla Cabanas ✫ Tom Hegen ✫ Inez Agnese ✫ Matthew Coleman ✫ Bruna Mayer ––––––––––––––––––– GENERAL INFO ––––––––––––––––––––––––– Powered by uncoated The intersection of creator meets (new) collector is where uncoated plays a role as a platform for contemporary photography. A space where people can experience contemporary photography, getting to know talented creators and learn about collecting photography. Curated by Josephine de Fijter Special thanks to GlogauAIR for providing the space Website // www.uncoated.de Instagram // www.instagram.com/uncoated_platform/ FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/311398196079551/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Talia Smith & Zainab Hikmet To long is to yearn for something or someone separated by distances in time and/or space. And they all say your name explores the subject of longing for a moment in time or place through light: an energy that is momentary and transient. Both artists utilise their time-based practices to create works that reflect their personal histories, connections and the ties that bind to the past, present and future. And they all say your name acts as a space for all of these oppositional structures to meet; the passing of time and memory, the spaces between, and the growing distance naturally created between people expressed through the temporal qualities of light. Talia Smith is an artist and curator from New Zealand but is now based in Sydney, Australia. Her photographic and video practice explores memory, time and ruin through the photographic medium and mans relationship to the landscape. She has exhibited widely throughout Australia, New Zealand, Germany and New York. Zainab Hikmet completed her Masters of Fine Arts at RMIT in 2015, following Undergraduate and Honours degrees from Auckland University of Technology. She has exhibited in various galleries throughout New Zealand and Australia and in 2015 was selected to complete […]
Jan Murray Unseen continues Murray’s enduring exploration of the traditions of tromp l’oeil and investigation of the ‘anatomy’ of painting – specifically the relationship between the intrinsic and extrinsic architecture of the two dimensional canvas and the wall on which it is installed. Small paintings of air vent/grilles/chutes and similar architectural utilities are installed to masquerade as functional architectural elements throughout the Gallery and disappear into the white cube. These works are faithfully modelled on examples from various buildings throughout Melbourne including the Nicholas Building as well as those made in Berlin from a three-month residency at the Phasmid Studios in Marzahn (July-Sept 2017). This work alludes to the possibility of these functional elements not only enabling breath by means of ventilation or air circulation but sight and hearing as they function like ears – almost listening to the building. Perhaps too, they will operate metaphorically as eyes – allowing a glimpse into the past and the rich history embodied in the Nicholas Building – acting as conduits to hidden ‘realities’. Jan Murray completed her postgraduate qualifications at the VCA and RMIT University. Since 1981 she has shown regularly in both solo and group exhibitions in public museums, commercial galleries and artist […]
ELIGIBILITY | Emerging and professional visual artists, performing artists, sound artist, curators and writers are eligible to apply. The residency program is designed for international or Portuguese artists residing abroad for the development of artistic projects, individual or collective. Zaratan defends a multidisciplinary and experimental attitude, where all the areas and the languages of the artistic expression are considered. DURATION | Minimum 4 weeks – Maximum 12 weeks. NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS | 2 artists at the same time GRANT | Once a year Zaratan offers a 4 weeks residency grant, which cover the studio and accommodation fees for one artist selected through the applications process. THE OPEN CALL IS NOW OPEN FROM OCTOBER 1 TO NOVEMBER 1, 2018. THE RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON NOVEMBER 30, 2018. ABOUT ZARATAN AIR | Driven by the desire to intensify and exchange knowledge with artists through creative and productive practices, in 2015 Zaratan announced the promotion of an international art residency. Our goal is to mix experienced with emerging artists and give them the possibility to bring their work in an international context through exchange and collaboration within the local network. The artists-in-residence at Zaratan are given the opportunity to develop a project […]
A 1 day queer contemporary arts festival for LGBTQIA+ families.
Lecture, Talk: “Boden – Basis des Lebens” (in German): Dr. Haiko Pieplow, Soil scientist, Ithaka-Institute; as part of the exhibition “The soil we live of”
The outer earth layer of our planet is sealed by asphalt and concrete, damaged by soil erosion. Humus is washed away by industrial agriculture. Synthetic fertilizer is a drug for the soil. Soil loses the ability to retain water, the filter function, the diversity of life. That’s the ground we live on. This is The Soil we live of. Exhibiting artists: Tom Albrecht, Ana Brotas, Lioba von den Driesch, forschungsgruppe kunst, Matthias Fritsch, Stephan Groß, Regan Henley, Irene Hoppenberg, Barbara Karsch-Chaïeb, Maria Korporal, Clement Loisel, Uwe Molkenthin, Annegret Müller, Sabine Naumann-Cleve, Rieko Okuda, Oliver Orthuber, Kirsten Wechslberger (object, photography, video, installation, sound, performance, collective action, painting, drawing) Exhibition 24.8. – 19.10.18, regular opening hours fridays 5-8 pm and by appointment www.groupglobal3000.de
Csilla Klenyánszki (Budapest, 1986) transforms the living space into the space of experimental meditation using household objects from …ism project space as its basic elements. Household chores are being transformed into illumination: the repetitive act of house making becomes not just a physical, but also a mental and spiritual act.
Bestruction, stage III “Die Welt, wie wir glaubten, dass wir dachten, wie sie ist und wird.” Eine Ausstellung über die Konstruktion, Dekonstruktion und Rekonstruktion der Ideen, Hoffnungen und Träume des menschlichen Wesens. “Bestruction stage III” ist die dritte Ausstellung einer Kollaboration zwischen >top Schillerpalais (Berlin) und Studio 44 (Stockholm). Studio 44 ist ein unabhängiger Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst, gegründet 2003. Das Studio organisiert Ausstellungsprojekte im In- und Ausland. Acht seiner 25 Mitglieder stellen sich hier in Berlin vor. Bestruction stage III “The world we think we thought how it would be and become.” An exhibition about the construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of the ideas, hopes and dreams of the human being. This is the third exhibition in a collaboration between >top Schillerpalais (Berlin) and Studio 44 (Stockholm). Studio 44 was founded in 2003 as an artist-run, non-commercial space for contemporary art. They organize international shows. Eight of their 25 members are represented in this show. Ort / location: >top Schillerpromenade 4 12049 Berlin www.top-ev.de <https://www.top-ev.de> Dauer / duration: 26 September 19h Preview 27 September 20h Openening 26–30 September 2018 Täglich geöffnet von / open daily from 12–19 h Artist talks: 28. September, 19 h Bestruction conclusion: 30. September, 19 h […]
Art Byte Critique is excited to announce a collaborative book arts exhibition between Tokyo and St. Helens, England at Launch Pad Gallery in Yokohama Reading Between The Lines: Tokyo/Yokohama and St. Helens Artists’ Books and Zine September 21 – October 1, 2018 Exhibition Hours: Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. 1:00 – 7:00 pm Launch Pad Gallery Established in 2012 in the Tokyo/Yokohama area, Art Byte Critique responds to a desire for a community of artists interested in sharing ideas and feedback about their studio process. Since 2014, Art Byte Critique artists have been exploring various modes of expression through artists’ books and zines. At the same time, Art Byte Critique established a connection with artists in St. Helens, England through artist Joan Birkett with the intent to develop relationships and collaborations. This connection has happily borne fruit in 2018. Art Byte Critique artists and St. Helens artists organized a collaborative exhibition of artists’ books and zines at the Eccleston Community Library in St. Helens and the World of Glass in St. Helens this past spring. These works will also be on display at Paper Gallery in Manchester, England as part of another collaborative exhibition entitled “Turning the Page” from September 29 […]
Belgrade Artist in Residence (BAIR) is a program that is part of Center424, a nonprofit artist-run organization that supports artists, curators, and martial artists via one week to three month residencies taking place in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The program aims to foster cultural exchange between artists from different disciplines by encouraging dialogue and collaboration. BAIR was founded in 2012, and has since hosted various artists from all over the world. Moreover, the program established artist residencies and exchange programs in Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, Sweden, and also with Homesession in Barcelona, Spain. BAIR is a member of ResArtis and TransArtists, both of which are networks that promote worldwide residencies. Our residency program seeks a remote assistant and an on-site assistant for a period of two months or longer. The assistants will be experimental, creative, collaborative, and have a passion for contemporary art. The ideal candidates will also be able to work with a diverse community and have excellent communication skills. English language skills are required for both positions. Desired interns can be enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program in arts management, art history, studio art, or the equivalent. Responsibilities for the remote assistant include but are not limited to: Research and assist in applying to funding opportunities. Manage residency’s […]
Artists of the exhibition speak with guests about their works. “Soil Action” from Tom Albrecht: The guests are to bring a handful of soil from a location of their choice. The outer earth layer of our planet is sealed by asphalt and concrete, damaged by soil erosion. Humus is washed away by industrial agriculture. Synthetic fertilizer is a drug for the soil. Soil loses the ability to retain water, the filter function, the diversity of life. That’s the ground we live on. This is The Soil we live of. Exhibiting artists: Tom Albrecht, Ana Brotas, Lioba von den Driesch, forschungsgruppe kunst, Matthias Fritsch, Stephan Groß, Regan Henley, Irene Hoppenberg, Barbara Karsch-Chaïeb, Maria Korporal, Clement Loisel, Uwe Molkenthin, Annegret Müller, Sabine Naumann-Cleve, Rieko Okuda, Oliver Orthuber, Kirsten Wechslberger (object, photography, video, installation, sound, performance, collective action, painting, drawing) Exhibition 24.8. – 19.10.18, regular opening hours fridays 5-8 pm an by appointment www.groupglobal3000.de
Liam Benson + Adorned, Jodie Haynes, Karen Casey, Teresa Hsieh, Mitch and Molly Mahoney, Justine Youssef. In a world seemingly felt through the digitalisation of relationships, and experienced through the overwhelming access to data, All of us is a timely reminder of the importance to connect; with people, with a vast range or perceptions, ideas and knowledge. The exhibition presents a contemporary framework by which to explore the importance of collaboration and the connections between artists, their practice, and the audiences they reach – providing an exploratory space to reflect on what it means to be a greater we. In this context, and in acknowledgement of the land that binds all of us, the exhibition celebrates the creative rewards of collective activity as a cultural strategy to encourage new connections, reveal those that might otherwise remain latent, and to address the global on a local level. Opening Night | Thursday 13 Sep, 6–8pm + Performance by Justine Youssef Artist and Curator Talk + Participatory Workshop by Liam Benson with Adorned | Saturday 15 Sep, 2-4pm Gallery Hours | Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 6pm, Closed on Public holidays Image Credit | Adorned – Wisdom, Memory and Song (Video stills – left to right Tacheen Stuart, Hilin Kazemi, […]
U10 Art Space announces its open call for the 2019 annual program. U10 is an artist run space in Belgrade, Serbia and supports the presentation, promotion and affirmation of young emerging artists from the region that work in the field of contemporary art. This year, a smaller part of the program will be formed through invitation while the rest will be selected through the open call. We also welcome international projects. More information can be found below. The selection is done by the U10 team consisting of: Lidija Delić, Nina Ivanović, Sanda Kalebić, Sava Knezević, Isidora Krstić, Iva Kuzmanović, Nemanja Nikolić and Marija Šević. To submit your application to the open call, please exclusively use our online application form: www.u10.rs/open-call I – AUTHORS CAN SUBMIT APPLICATIONS FOR: Individual exhibitions Group exhibitions Author’s / Curator selected exhibitions Short, one-day or evening presentations / Screenings / Book Promotions / Discussions / Panels or other events in the field of contemporary art Sound and music events II – PARTICIPATION CRITERIA – A major section of the program is devoted to the affirmation of young, local, yet unrecognized artists from Serbia and the wider region of the Balkans. Cooperation between several regional countries is […]
To welcome its newest members, Con Artist Collective is handing over the floor to them and their work. In this group show, we highlight the artists who have joined our community in 2018. Swing by and support our newest artists as they make their Con Artist Gallery debuts!
General Information about the Opportunity: Located in the heart of the Lower East Side arts district, Con Artist Collective was established in 2010. Over 8 years CAC has grown into NYC’s largest artist-run studio and exhibition gallery with 600+ artists connecting online. Our residency program sees 20-40 emerging artists participating each season. Our studio residency allows artists 24/7 access to a 3,000 square foot mixed use art studio along with monthly residency showcase group exhibitions and monthly feedback sessions with a mentor. Fall 2018 is proud to host our own Jaouad Bentama as the group’s mentor. Jaouad is an accomplished fine artist from France working out of our shared studio since 2016. We also host monthly collective-wide art business group discussions, life drawing, skill share workshops and more!
31.08. bis 09.112018 (engl.: to do something off the cuff) >> Opening: Friday August 31, 2018, from 7pm in presence of the artist’s >> Artist Talk: Saturday October 27, 2018, 6pm Dr. Danièle Perrier (Koblenz) in conversation with Christoph and Sebastian Mügge >> Closing Event: Friady November 9, 2018, from 7pm >> press release >> invitation After several years abroad, the brothers Christoph Mügge and Sebastian Mügge return to their hometown – the city of Bonn (GER) – where they will approach the city and its complex identity change by artistic means through an expansive, interdisciplinary and experimental site-specific installation. The exhibition project ultimately revolves around the ongoing transformation from the epicenter of the political power play of the Bonn Wohlfühl-Republik to the UN Climate Conference and the lofty goal of becoming a kind of Rhenish Salzburg, in which Beethoven – the city’s pride – is deliberately used for marketing reasons. – Ambitious projects that manage both cultural and political heritage and perhaps counteract the tendency to fall into oblivion and be placed in the shadow of nearby metropolises or the new capital Berlin. For the material sponsoring, we would like to thank: > Mrs. Monika Stuckmann, Bonn […]
The Con Artist Collective is proud to present a group exhibition of new work from our 2018 summer studio residents. Hand-selected for exceptional work in their respective mediums, our residents will display pieces that are unique to them as individual artists. All featured art has been made in our studio.
FOCUSED ON THE INDIVIDUAL. IN A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY. In order to foster growth and build relationships, we limit the number of artists per session. Residents have the opportunity to present their work and engage in critique with fellow residents and visiting artists in a supportive community.
What happens when we take animated icons from our childhood and remake them as our “adult” selves? In this show, our artists embrace their inner Andy Warhol and Keith Haring to revive, repurpose, and destroy their favorite cartoon characters. Come see some of your favorite cartoons reimagined! “Pop Art looks out into the world. It doesn’t look like a painting of something, it looks like the thing itself”. – Roy Lichtenstein “I’ve never trusted Mickey Mouse and I doubt I ever will.” – Probably not Roy Lichtenstein
Anna Horne, Archie Barry, Holly Bates, Isabella Hone-Saunders, Lou Fourie, Zoë Bastin. Presence looks at the ways in which the presence of the body is signified and materially understood through discussions of autonomy, the digital body, queer embodied experience and fetishisation. Focusing on sculptural forms and non-literal depictions of body, the project engages artists from marginalised perspectives as central to inform its discussion. Presence challenges the heteronormative gaze’s relationship with body through asserting the power of a queer gaze and approach to artistic practice. Curated by Brigid Hansen + Zoë Bastin Opening Night | Thursday 23 Aug, 6pm–8pm Gallery Open | Tuesday-Saturday,12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays IMAGE | ARCHIE BARRY, You Perpetual Spring, 2017 – ongoing, double channel video, dimensions and duration variable | Courtesy of the artist.
An exhibition of work and documentation of performance projects in Germany by American artist Lara Salmon, a SomoS resident for summer 2018. As part of her artistic practice here in Berlin, Salmon performs “Tower 13” a ritualised sleep-in at the Tempelhof airport for 30 days leading up to the opening date of her exhibition. She describes her intention of visiting the space every night and sleeping there as a poetic musing on the complicated history of the site itself. “As I lie in the night, a radar tower glowing ominously red looms above me. The Americans built it during their 50-year occupation of the airport. Below me is the 24-hour “Arrival Center for Asylum Seekers.” Beyond its entrance people wait to be sent to proper refuge shelters or to be denied asylum. Between the glare of the radar tower and the noises of trucks to the center, I drift in and out of sleep. ” — Lara Salmon, speaking about Tower 13 The artist will also exhibit a video project, produced in collaboration with Yaron Guerrero Santos, a fellow Los-Angeles artist and recent transplant to Germany, with whom she also performed at his recent solo exhibition at KdeWe in Stuttgart. […]
27.07. bis 19.08.2018 | 4 weeks – 4 openings >> press release >> invitation where: ID:I Galleri, Tjärhovsgatan 19, Stockholm (SE) opening hours: FR 5 – 8pm | SA 12am – 4pm | SO 12am – 4pm – and by appointment (email@example.com) Opening #1: Friday July 27, 2018, 5 – 8pm with works by: Geneviève Morin (Basel, CH); Christoph Mügge (Malmö); Ingrid Roscheck (Cologne); Karel Doing (London) This is the second part of the innovative exchange- and exhibition project between ID:I Galleri – a non-commercial art space in Stockholm (SE), run by artists and DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ in Bonn (GER) a non-profit art space run by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht. During the 1st part – ID:I Galleri Stockholm goes ESSZIMMER – artist-curators Alexander Mood and Annelie Wallin from ID:I Galleri took over DAS ESSZIMMER during 4 weeks, showing 10 artists and artist collectives in a group show and 3 VideoScreening Events, presenting works by 9 artists. In this 2ed part of the project Das Esszimmer – space for art+ from Bonn (GER) takes over the art space of ID:I Galleri in Stockholm during 4 weeks bringing 12 international artists – affiliated to Das Esszimmer – […]
Artists and creatives working in all disciplines are invited to apply for exhibition and event dates between March – August 2019. The Redfern Street Creative Program is especially suited to larger or recurring events that require prior planning, such as tour dates, weekly workshops, or performance seasons. The Creative Program is open to local, interstate and international individuals, groups, not for profit orgs, corporate orgs, and sole traders (i.e. everyone). Applicants who meet the three criteria of creativity, uniqueness, and engagement with the local community will also be eligible for up to 50% venue hire subsidy. Applications close midnight Wednesday August 22. To find out more and apply, head to 107.org.au/creative-program-callouts. About 107 Projects 107 Projects’ philosophy and mission is to improve communities by encouraging people to live creatively. We are committed to the advancement of culture. With a social enterprise ethos, we aim to transform how the arts, business and education engage across industries and with the wider community to create positive social change and connect emerging communities. 107 Projects is an Incorporated Association and a registered charity (DGR-1).
27.07. bis 19.08.2018 | 4 weeks – 4 openings >> press release >> invitation where: ID:I Galleri, Tjärhovsgatan 19, Stockholm (SE) opening hours: FR 5 – 8pm | SA 12am – 4pm | SO 12am – 4pm – and by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org) Conversation: Thursday, August 16, 2018, doors open at 6pm, conversation starting 7pm, with: – Gunilla Sköld Feiler, Artist and Director of Tegen 2 (together with Dror Feiler) | www.tegen2.se – Andreas Ribbung, Founder of Supermarket – Stockholm Independet Art Fair and artist-run space Candyland – Susanna Slöör, Artist, Founder of the art critic web-site-magazine OmKonst (together with Leif Mattson), where artists write about art and Member of the Art Academy – Liv Strand, Artist and member of NKF (Nordisk Konstförening) – Per Hasselberg, Founder of Konsthall C and Executive at People’s Movements for Art Promotion – Merzedes Sturm-Lie, Performance Artist – Sibylle Feucht, Artist and Founder of DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+, Bonn (GER) – Members of the ID:I Galleri Artist CollectiveModerated by: Jon Brunberg, Artist and Founder of former Artist group SOC and chairman of KRO Stockholms This is the second part of the innovative exchange- and exhibition project between ID:I Galleri – a […]
Functional art bridges the “tenuous space between fine art and the everyday.” In this showcase our artists embrace their inner Otto and Vivika Heino to do just that. This show focuses on the intersection between imagination and functionality. Come witness art and function at its finest. “Good design to me is both appearance and functionality together. It’s the experience that makes good design.” –Michael Graves
27.07. bis 19.08.2018 | 4 weeks – 4 openings >> press release >> invitation where: ID:I Galleri, Tjärhovsgatan 19, Stockholm (SE) opening hours: FR 5 – 8pm | SA 12am – 4pm | SO 12am – 4pm – and by appointment (email@example.com) >> Opening #3: Friday, August 10, 2018, 5 – 8pm with works by: Sebastian Mügge (Umeå); stöckerselig (Basel); Sibylle Feucht (Bonn, GER) This is the second part of the innovative exchange- and exhibition project between ID:I Galleri – a non-commercial art space in Stockholm (SE), run by artists and DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ in Bonn (GER) a non-profit art space run by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht. During the 1st part – ID:I Galleri Stockholm goes ESSZIMMER – artist-curators Alexander Mood and Annelie Wallin from ID:I Galleri took over DAS ESSZIMMER during 4 weeks, showing 10 artists and artist collectives in a group show and 3 VideoScreening Events, presenting works by 9 artists. In this 2ed part of the project Das Esszimmer – space for art+ from Bonn (GER) takes over the art space of ID:I Galleri in Stockholm during 4 weeks bringing 12 international artists – affiliated to Das Esszimmer – in 4 exhibitions […]
Inspired by recent work of members Scarlett Stegman, Rachel Chatham and Perineum Stew. This show showcases artwork using stippling techniques. Stippling is a collection of dots placed to suggest lines, forms, depth, contrast, and shapes, leaving the viewer to complete the picture.
27.07. bis 19.08.2018 | 4 weeks – 4 openings >> press release >> invitation where: ID:I Galleri, Tjärhovsgatan 19, Stockholm (SE) opening hours: FR 5 – 8pm | SA 12am – 4pm | SO 12am – 4pm – and by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org) >> Opening #2: Friday August 3, 2018, 5 – 8pm with works by: Rainer Barzen (Cologne); Dorothee von Rechenberg (Basel); Selma Weber (Basel) This is the second part of the innovative exchange- and exhibition project between ID:I Galleri – a non-commercial art space in Stockholm (SE), run by artists and DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ in Bonn (GER) a non-profit art space run by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht. During the 1st part – ID:I Galleri Stockholm goes ESSZIMMER – artist-curators Alexander Mood and Annelie Wallin from ID:I Galleri took over DAS ESSZIMMER during 4 weeks, showing 10 artists and artist collectives in a group show and 3 VideoScreening Events, presenting works by 9 artists. In this 2ed part of the project Das Esszimmer – space for art+ from Bonn (GER) takes over the art space of ID:I Galleri in Stockholm during 4 weeks bringing 12 international artists – affiliated to Das Esszimmer – in 4 […]
Peanut Butter and Jelly. Bill Clinton and a Saxophone. Teardrops and My Guitar. What do we gain and what do we lose when we synthesize? In this showcase our artists demonstrate how combining mediums creates new meaning for each. All featured art incorporates more than 2 mediums. Come through and synthesize yourself with our art!
KO Gyoung-il sucht mit künstlerischer Auseinandersetzung die Spuren der Vergangenheit des Vietnamkrieges und will den brutalen Einsatz des koreanischen Militärs sichtbar machen. Die Spannung zwischen atemberaubender Landschaft und brutalen historischen Ereignissen zeichnet die Arbeit aus. Vietnams Küstenlinie, die sich von Nord nach Süd zieht, hat eine Länge von 3444 km. Im Norden grenzt Vietnam an China. Diese nördliche Gegend in der die Hauptstadt Hanoi liegt zeichnet sich durch eine charaktervolle, rauhe, spitze und robuste Landschaft aus. Ein besonders beliebtes Reiseziel bei der jüngeren Generation aus Korea ist die mittlere Provinz Vietnams in der Nähe von der Stadt Đà Nẵng. Während dem Vietnam Krieg hatte dort die südkoreanische Marine genannt ‘Blue Dragon’ eine Militärstandort und das südkoreanisch Militär hat zahlreiche unschuldige vietnamesische Zivilisten umgebracht. Dieses tragische historische Ereignis ist heute nirgends sichtbar. Die südkoreanischen Touristen genießen die wunderschöne Landschaft und in Vergessenheit gerät die Tragik dieser Region. In der südlichen Provinz in der Nähe von Ho-Chi-Minh-Stadt verhält es sich ähnlich: Heute ist die Gegend ein beliebtes Ferienziel für Familien – damals während dem Vietnamkrieg wurden dort besonders viele Frauen und Kinder von brutalen koreanischen Militärtruppen ermordet. Diese Spuren des Krieges bleiben unsichtbar. (nach dem Dichter YU, Duck-Sun).
Alex Walker + Nick James Archer And it collapsed Fixed, Unfixed, A Trace Self, Other, Self-Other Irreconcilable Fragments Longing For It’s Other Construction Shroud Confronted by the loss of the Nicholas Building’s twin structure due to the Metro redevelopment, the pair felt it necessary to assist in its rebuilding, both emotionally and physically. Considering relations between self and other, where states collapse and collide on a visual plane, an attempt to repair irreconcilable loss, a Visible Absence. Opening Night | Thursday 2 Aug, 6–8pm Performance | Thursday 9 Aug, 6-8pm Public Program | Critique | Thursday 16 Aug, 6-8pm Gallery Open | Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays IMAGE | Nick James Archer and Alex Walker, Visible Absence, 2018 Sheet Acrylic, Matte Medium, C-Type Laser Print | Courtesy of the artists.
“So let them come, the gay incendiaries with charred fingers! Here they are! Here they are!… Come on! Set fire to the library shelves! Turn aside the canals to flood the museums!… Oh, the joy of seeing the glorious old canvases bobbing adrift on those waters, discolored and shredded!… Take up your pickaxes, your axes and hammers and wreck, wreck the venerable cities, pitilessly!” The word Bridge describes an architectural functional structure that connects two places, and is commonly used as a metaphor. The command Burn your bridges is used as a strategic plan in situations of siege or persecution. Bridges symbolize physical and mental territories, changes and transitions between periods and interpersonal relationships. Often we advise our loved ones not to act impulsively and not to “burn bridges”. We are accustomed to thinking that the path to growth and progress must be based on creating continuity and bridging gaps. Sometimes, however, the only way to move on, to reinvent ourselves, to rise up like a phoenix from the painful memories – be it a harmful family, professional, social, or romantic relationships – is to sever the relationship irreversibly, to burn the bridges so that we can no longer go back, in order to prevent […]
Neighborhoods play a role in most people’s lives, whether they want them to or not. Some see them as a resource, as home, and a local community in these global times, others regard them as a challenge or the source of many conflicts. These multilayered constructs are the focus of the artists and initiatives taking part in this exhibition, several of which have a direct impact on neighborhoods by creating frameworks for contact and interaction through their project work. Datscha Radio generates urban fields of activity, always in new places throughout the city, and traces the communality of networks. The artist collective nomadicArt collects and archives the stories of a neighborhood, producing a collective consciousness in the process. Camping Akademie e.V. practices community art with the various groups and generations in a neighborhood and Ira Hadžić & Kevin Ryan investigate how different realities of life collide in the smallest of spaces. Opening: Saturday, 28/07/2018, 7 p.m. Exhibition: 29/072018 – 31/08/2018 Opening times: Thursday–Sunday, 3-7 p.m. Camping Akademie e.V. Christine Falk & Alfred Banze Datscha Radio Gabi Schaffner, Kate Donovan, Niki Matita, Helen Thein Ira Hadžić & Kevin Ryan nomadicArt Künstlerinnenkollektiv PROGRAM: Guided tour of the exhibition: Thursday, 23 August 2018, […]
27.07. bis 19.08.2018 | 4 weeks – 4 openings >> press release >> invitation where: ID:I Galleri, Tjärhovsgatan 19, Stockholm (SE) opening hours: FR 5 – 8pm | SA 12am – 4pm | SO 12am – 4pm – and by appointment (email@example.com) Opening #1: Friday July 27, 2018, 5 – 8pm with works by: Geneviève Morin (Basel, CH); Christoph Mügge (Malmö); Ingrid Roscheck (Cologne); Karel Doing (London) This is the second part of the innovative exchange- and exhibition project between ID:I Galleri – a non-commercial art space in Stockholm (SE), run by artists and DAS ESSZIMMER – space for art+ in Bonn (GER) a non-profit art space run by Swiss artist Sibylle Feucht. During the 1st part – ID:I Galleri Stockholm goes ESSZIMMER – artist-curators Alexander Mood and Annelie Wallin from ID:I Galleri took over DAS ESSZIMMER during 4 weeks, showing 10 artists and artist collectives in a group show and 3 VideoScreening Events, presenting works by 9 artists. In this 2ed part of the project Das Esszimmer – space for art+ from Bonn (GER) takes over the art space of ID:I Galleri in Stockholm during 4 weeks bringing 12 international artists – affiliated to Das Esszimmer – […]
Open Call for entries via the www.galerielavieillepost.org website. This year’s theme: “Harmony”. All media (sound, video, net art welcome). Max Three works per artist. Selection process. Annual International Festival in a tiny rural hamlet in SW France (usually c 30 countries represented).
The Con Artist Collective is proud to present a group exhibition of new work from our 2018 summer studio residents. Hand-selected for exceptional work in their respective mediums, our residents will display pieces that are unique to them as individual artists. All featured art has been made in our studio.
A RESIDENCY IS VALUABLE. AT OPEN WABI, IT’S AFFORDABLE, TOO. We provide everything you need for a comfortable and productive residency. And our facilities are designed without unnecessary frills, so we can keep it affordable. Private and shared bedrooms are available. Outdoorsy? Camping is also available.
As part of Mutant Salon’s efforts to create a living archive of queer resistance and community in LA, Mutant Salon and Young Joon Kwak invite seniors in the LGBT community share stories of past struggle and resistance, and the current challenges faced by this community. 49 years after the Stonewall Riots, younger generations can’t imagine what it was like to live at a time when it was illegal to be open about one’s sexual orientation and gender identity. In order to understand our position in the current political and social climate and to imagine the possibilities for what queer resistance could look like in the future, it is important for us to hear and archive the stories of how older generations dealt with stigmas of illness, perversion, and policing of bodies. Hosted by Dirty Looks.
How do you view the world through the camera lens or screen? How does digital media influence our interactions in real life? Is this real life or a computer simulation? In this showcase, our artists are welcomed to play with all forms of digital media. Come experience digital media IRL! “The digital revolution is far more significant than the invention of writing or even of printing.” – Douglas Engelbart “The digital camera is a great invention because it allows us to reminisce. Instantly.” – Demetri Martin