"Who you are"





Chromart Project Space invited artists based in Berlin to submit their work for our upcoming exhibition "who you are".
This exhibition explores the limits between Identity and free choices.
Some identities we attach ourselves are not indeed who we are. They are masks that do not reflect our true selves. We put labels to make a meaningful sense of our labelness existence, and we let those labels define who we are.
We are born with no set presumptions. None of us comes to this world pre-categorized. We are born free to make the choice we want to make.
Even though we have complete control over our lives and destiny from the moment of our birth, we choose to hide behind a fabricated persona in an effort to avoid facing the harsh truth about the reason for our existence and who we really are.
So, if we are not whom we say we are…then who are we?
The exhibition "who you are," which features a collection of high-quality artworks, represents a fresh insight, perspective and ideas that change our reality, trying to define our Identity and the possibility of discovering our true selves.
We are now accepting submissions for our "who you are" exhibition. Artists based in Berlin are encouraged to submit their applications. Regardless of their background, artists are welcome to send us their work.
There is no fee for submission. However, this is not a grant-funded exhibition. Artists share the cost of presenting the show with a participation fee of 40€ (regardless of the number of artworks they will showcase). The reason for that is that we need your support to continue our projects, and in return, you will be part of the marketing campaign as well, as we will offer an art consulting session.
HD photos of 3-5 artefacts of yours
Artist Statement (3rd person, max 120 words)
Artwork (title, size, medium, and price
Project description
social media and/or Website

Copyright Policies
Artists maintain perpetual all the right of their artwork and can freely display their creations in any other gallery.
The team will review all applications, and the selected work will be announced at the end of October 2022.
October 30, 2022

Chromart Project Space, Brüsselerstr. 37, 13353 Berlin

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NEW TALENTS 2022 - Take part in PEP's upcoming group show in Brussels!




PEP is looking for artists to take part in the 4th edition of its NEW TALENTS exhibition!


We would like to discover images from your most authentic and engaged projects to be carefully curated in a new show starting in January 2023 at 254Forest in Brussels.

This call is open to all photographers regardless of age, nationality and level of experience. There are no themes or genres imposed, we are looking for images that are both challenging and revealing tendencies in contemporary photography. Inspire us by showing your favorite work and become one of our Talents of 2022!​

Series as well as individual images are accepted.

© image by Sunniva Hestenes, from the New Talents 2021 edition

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Exhibition opportunity in a renowned gallery in Brussels

Publication in the exhibition magazine

Online exposure

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Scope BLN Artists-in-Residence Berlin






Scope BLN – Artists-in-Residence (AiR) program is announcing an open call to artists working in all fields of contemporary arts.

Deadline – October 7th (Friday), 2022

The start of the program is in the second half of March / first half of April, 2023.

What does Scope BLN AiR offer?

- A single fully furnished room with bathroom

- Shared kitchen (with one other artist)
- A working studio
- Guidance in exploring Berlin and its art scene - Co-working sessions with the AiR director

- Possibility of presentations, short-term projects and implementation of workshops in Scope BLN Cinema Room

- Visiting 4 - 8 major exhibitions
- Open studio and opportunity to present your work to the professional audience and the community of Scope BLN
- Solo show at the Scope BLN Gallery with a duration of 1 month. The exhibition will be accompanied by public artists talk, photo and video documentation

How much?
Total monthly cost paid by the artist in residence – 1200 €

Scope BLN will gladly provide letter of acceptance for the process of grants / funding applications on your own terms.

What is the duration?
It is a long-term residence program with duration between 6 and 12 months.

Who can apply?

The open call is intended for artists working in the fields of contemporary painting, photography, sculpture, installation, multimedia, video, film, sound, performance or multidisciplinary forms without any restrictions on their age, nationality and gender.

What are the requirements?

-  Interest in Berlin art scene

-  A project in the field of contemporary art to work on during the residency

-  Awareness of community requirements

-  Good knowledge of English or German

Application deadline: October, 7th (Friday), 2022

AiR program starts in the second half of March, 2023 / first half of April, 2023

Please note:
The selected artist will have to sign a preliminary agreement with Scope BLN and transfer a deposit of 10 % of the amount for the program which will be returned after the end of the residence.

The jury will evaluate the applications and announce the results up to 6 weeks after deadline.


Lübecker Strasse 43, 10559 Berlin Germany
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"Identity in Culture"


Our identities are enlightened and influenced by a surfeit of factors. Social media, politics, technology, and social reform, among so many other attributes, make up various elements of each of our idiosyncratic and multifaceted selves. How have such factors influenced your selfhood? Why did this affect you in the way it did? What is something that had a more profound effect on yourself looking back on your journey than you realized? How have the arts affected, influenced, or encouraged your developing self-identity?  

The arts have always been a place where individualism and the pursuit of finding oneself are valued. Reflecting on this, ‘Identity in Culture’ intends to provoke questions of what aspects of society greatly influence the self through various forms of art expressions and mediums. 

We are looking for National and International artists to submit works for the upcoming "Identity in Culture". Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their 2-d work and be considered to join our strong artistic community by exhibiting in our 360-degree 3-D gallery at the Milostka Center for Exhibitions.


Culturally Arts Collective is a nonprofit organization for arts education, outreach, and exhibitions based in the United States. We strive to promote a culture of artistic innovation upholding the academic integrity of the arts, uplifting contemporary expression, and challenging the status quo.


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Get your work published in a 360-degree 3-D virtual art exhibition in Culturally Arts Collective's Milostka Center for Exhibitions. Get your work published in the exhibition's catalog, have an artist interview published on our site, and have your work exhibited in our spring benefit gala. With an audience in 76 countries, get your work seen and join a global community of arts advocates and gain access to exclusive professional development opportunities, education, and networking. 


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BBA Photography Prize & Berlin Photo Week 2022





The BBA Photography Prize & Berlin Photo Week awards international photographers irrespective of their background with several Prizes incl. large digital show @BerlinPhotoWeek  Arena Berlin , Cash Prize up to 1500 euros , Large Group exhibtion &  solo show & more.  A jury of  independend experts and Berlin Photo Week Jury  will choose the most inovatiev works. Photographers can enter between 1-15 images. BBA gallery will feature the best applications through their social media profiles and website daily as PICK OF THE DAY ! 

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Win up to "1500 Euros "
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A jury of experts debates the entries and ensures an unbiased evaluation and high quality standard. Photographers can enter between 1-15 images and compete for 5 Prizes and the Berlin Photo Week Exhibition. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd Prize, the One Shot and the People’s Choice Award are awarding photographers for their visual excellence, storytelling, technical craftsmanship and subject depth over  single works or a series of works. BBA Gallery & Berlin Photo Week will feature the best applications through their social media profiles and website.


Berlin Photo Week - Arena Berlin , Kuehlaus Berlin, BBA Gallery Berlin

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Exercising Modernity Academy 2022




Exercising Modernity Academy is a project for intellectual and artistic exchange, focused on describing the Polish share in modern heritage in a new, interdisciplinary way as well as in an international context. The project aims to highlight modern ideas in a broader sense by tracing modernization practices in Europe and beyond, as well as by following the establishment of modern societies and modern states. Nevertheless, we pay special attention to culture, and more specifically to architecture, which we consider a unique field of various intersecting perspectives, ambitions, concerns and hopes relevant in the formation of the 20th century world.

The fourth edition of the Exercising Modernity Academy will be devoted to Eastern Europe and its historical and contemporary methods of understanding. We want to reflect on the concepts of East and West, have a closer look at the incoherencies between political, geographical, and cultural borders of Europe in the 20th and 21st centuries. We will examine the issue of the role of culture and architecture in shaping the societies, cities and states in this region of the world.
Our ambition is to create a field for reflection on the common experience of the 20th century’s modernization movements of the states and peoples of Eastern Europe from the ideological foundations of modernity and its successful representations in art and architecture, through the difficult experience of totalitarianism and its legacy, to contemporary narratives and self-reflections.
Finally, our goal is to sketch a broader and comprehensive perspective on what Eastern Europe is and how we can better understand the events, changes and processes that have shaped the world in recent times.

The Academy will take place in Berlin in October 2022, during which we will encourage a broader reflection on these issues through lectures, seminars and workshops. The program of the Exercising Modernity Academy 2022 will be focused on four thematic sections:

Section I. Modernity(/-ies) / Modernism(-s)
The first thematic section of this year's Academy will be devoted to the multi-layered relationship between what is modernity understood as a set of practices, forms, ideas and struggles of individuals and societies. Attention will also be paid to the relation between modernity and the foundations of modernism manifested in architecture or urban planning, i.e. a relation based as much on compatibility as on inconsistencies between the cultural theory of modernity and its practice. The different dynamics characterising 20th-century aspirations to modernity will be discussed, taking into account the cultural, social, or political specificities of these transformations in selected countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Looking at the architecture of such cities as Gdynia or Kharkiv, or considering the oeuvre of Eastern European architects developing their careers in Tel Aviv or Beirut, it is not difficult to get the impression that Eastern Europe was also an extremely fertile ground for attempts to practice modernity. So fertile, in fact, that within a short time these ideas became part of official development plans, setting an unprecedented, but also peculiar pace of transformation in various centres of the region. Eventually, the grains of modernist assumptions were adopted both in countries striving to realise the utopia of socialism and those oriented towards capitalism, but in both cases this was connected with a kind of revolution in the perception of the role of architecture, which became an important field for the implementation of these plans. Finally, the last highly significant element of this thematic section is the experience of the individual in all these processes. As is so
often the case in the systemic development of far-reaching, complex plans, individuals disappear from sight. Therefore, has modernity brought us closer to fulfil utopian assumptions or has it become a source of suffering?

Section II . Between totalitarianisms
In the second thematic block we will direct the attention of the participants to a range of issues connected with the experience of two totalitarianisms, which happened to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The oppressive systems – both Nazism and Communism – had a significant impact on the life of European societies for many decades. They also gave rise to many ethical dilemmas: what choice did the individual have to preserve their identity and survive at the same time? Is it possible to regain trust after decades of manipulation? How – during and after the Second World War – were narratives about the past, present and future produced? How does the legacy of both totalitarianisms shape the present of our cities, the surrounding infrastructure and landscape, and Central and Eastern European collective memory?
With these questions and issues in mind, our aim will be also to look at selected cities in Central and Eastern Europe as a kind of palimpsest, where successive layers overlap, sometimes deliberately attempting to falsify the original, covering up selected elements, and sometimes completing it and building it in – sometimes significantly – empty places.

Section III. World in motion – defining East and West
This block will focus on the ways of defining Central and Eastern Europe and the (in)coherences inherent in these definitions with respect to political, geographical and cultural borders. We will look at how, over the past century and in recent years, the imagined and experienced divisions between ‘East’ and ‘West’ have been shaped and how they have manifested themselves in common spaces, including architecture or the spatial organisation of cities, towns, suburbs or villages. We will consider the political conditions of the (re)production of the boundaries and imaginaries associated with the East. We will also examine how the East can be understood in the context of the architectural legacy of socialist modernism, and to what extent modernism developed under socialism differs from modernism formed under capitalist system. We will try to outline the
conceptual framework and to trace its evolution, also in the context of contemporary events, which force us to reflect anew on the – physical and imaginary – borders.

Section IV. Deconstruction/Reconstruction
Public space of many cities, towns and villages in Central and Eastern Europe is still marked by numerous sculptural, architectural or urban elements, which are material traces of foreign domination and presence of totalitarian systems in these territories. A particular group of such places and objects are monuments, erected in order to perpetuate the propaganda narrative, free of historical distortions and manipulations. Another category of this – sometimes perceived as dissonant – heritage is formed by various types of architecture: from the architecture of oppression and extermination, such as former labour and concentration camps, through residential and administrative buildings erected for the occupation authorities, to huge blocks of flats or even entire city districts, creating residential spaces in line with the dominant ideology. Some of them, apart from the symbolic layer, also have their still important utilitarian, as well as aesthetic or cognitive function, which makes any decisions concerning the further fate of this type of legacy arouse conflicting emotions.
Starting from the reflection on the role of aesthetics in politics, we would like to take a broader look at the issue of constructing forms of commemoration as an element in creating common identity (national, ethnic, political, etc.). We would like to question to what extent this kind of legacy constitutes a troublesome legacy today and what commemorative strategies, translated into architectural realisations or spatial policy, can be found in various countries of the former “Eastern Bloc”.

Through these topics, we will be guided by experts representing different perspectives and disciplines from all over the Europe.

Locations and dates
The Exercising Modernity Academy 2022 will take place on 17.10–23.10.2022 in Berlin.

Participants will be selected in an open call procedure, with a maximum of 18 people from Germany, Israel, and Poland (selected candidates should be a permanent resident of one of the aforementioned countries – citizenship is not required. Refugees from Belarus or Ukraine are most welcome).

Our offer includes
● Participation in the lectures and seminars of the Exercising Academy 2022
● partial reimbursement of travel costs:
- for participants coming from Poland and Germany: up to 90.00 EUR gross;
- for participants coming from Israel: up to 180.00 EUR gross;
● expenses for accommodation in Berlin covered in full;
● free participation in lectures, seminars and workshops held by experienced and acclaimed scholars and artists;
● for those who complete the course – the possibility of submitting their own research or artistic project, elaborated or expanded on during classes, for a special scholarship program organized by the Pilecki-Institut Berlin and devoted to the issue of modernity in the 20th century (details will be announced during the Academy).
● After the Academy 2022, the participants will have an opportunity to apply for Exercising Modernity scholarships for research and/or artistic projects. (About the previous scholarship edition:

Target candidates
● This call for proposals is directed at individuals.
● The Exercising Modernity Academy 2022 is open to researchers specializing in the humanities or cultural heritage, curators, architects, and artists who shall come from or reside in Israel, Germany or Poland.
● Admission to the Academy requires good working knowledge of the English language.
● Candidates shall be aged 18 or above.

Pilecki-Insitut Berlin, Berlin, Germany

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