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Have you ever wondered if your art is good enough? 

There is no secret that most of the artists have this inner dialogue where they ask questions and compare their work with those of their idols and this brings a lot of confusion and anxiety- “Is My Work Good Enough, Is It Contemporary”?

Well- any work of art in any style has the potential to become great even a simple line on a piece of paper and even the great artists that are now Legends had the same questions during their life. 

The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between artists, artworks and the audience and to demonstrate that any form of art in any style can be successful. 


A Big Surprise! 

We are really pleased to let you know that in collaboration with @constantin.lll we have opened our second gallery space.   

The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK. 

The new space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes away, Tower Bridge 1 minute away, London Bridge 2 minutes away. 

With a blend of traditional Victorian brick walls and a central private bar just for our audience, the space is unique in the whole city of London. 

There are no subject restrictions just a couple of guidelines. 

Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.

To apply for “Contemporary” simply email us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words at 

Eligible media but not limited: 

painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations | etc

To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each  participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes: 

printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security 

Important dates: 

- the open call will run until July 31. 

- artworks delivery date is 05 August. 

- the exhibition will run from 06 August until 14 August with a private view on 06 August- 6:00 to 9:00 pm at our gallery space in Central London. 


We had a lot of enquires from foreign artists to exhibit with us but sometimes shipping the work to London in time might be a bit difficult in this challenging period, that’s why we’ve come up with an alternative! If you are one of the accepted artist and you find it hard to ship your work to us, you can send us photos of your work and we can print and frame it for you at no additional cost. 

We have 3 available sizes for the frame: 

32/32 cm

30/40 cm 

40/50 cm 


This will be a physical event and it will take place in our new gallery space in Tower Bridge- London. 


Champagne & Beluga caviar. 


As we run multiple open calls, please make sure you include in the email line the open call you apply for. 

Good luck to you all!


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Calling artists, researchers, writers, data analysts, journalists, activists, academics, scientists, community groups, curators, photographers, poets and everyone else to submit to RAKE Community 2021: Practitioners-in-Residence!

RAKE Community is an autonomous platform for practitioners to develop research-based visual enquiries. It aims to build a framework for socially and politically driven projects while promoting accessible exchange outside of traditional routes or institutions.

After an intensive two-month collaboration initiative in 2020 followed by a year of fascinating takeovers on the community Instagram page, we are pleased to launch the second iteration of the programme which will take the form of a series of digital residencies on the platform throughout the rest of 2021.

The selected practitioners will be designated one month to carry out their own solo research on Instagram, where each will be expected to present a series of posts showcasing the development of their research - no formal outcomes are required. Practitioners will be encouraged to communicate, critique and collaborate with one another throughout the entire period, with the support of RAKE members.

Applicants are asked to consider the theme (IN)VISIBILITY - which seeks to capture the duality between the visible and the obscured, wherever it may occur. Encompassing secrecy, in-between spaces, that which is ’hidden in plain sight’, and the visualisation of the unseen.

We are particularly interested in proposals that are of an investigative nature; that are politically-, socially- or data-driven; or that critically utilise new online tools or open-source inquiry techniques and technologies. 

The programme will include regular feedback sessions and communication with RAKE members and fellow selected participants. Practitioners-in-residence will also be invited to join the RAKE Community online workspace for ongoing feedback and support from a growing network of artists, writers and researchers, and will have the opportunity to contribute a piece for RAKE Post during their residencies.

Practitioners/ collectives of all disciplines and at any stage in their careers who want to experiment with new processes of interdisciplinary research and visual expression are invited to apply. Proposals are encouraged from all over the world. We especially welcome submissions from underrepresented voices. Unfortunately, as RAKE Community has no external funding, it's not possible for us to offer funding for practitioners-in-residence (or ourselves as facilitators) during this year’s program.


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INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ART, ArtMaze Magazine Edition 24




Art Maze Magazine is an independent artist-run and ad-free specialist international print publication dedicated to discovering and promoting experimental and progressive contemporary art, which reflects modern society and its environment, provokes conversation and action; fosters innovation and diversity of mediums which make today’s art scene so intriguing and versatile.

ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to submit works in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, any mixed media, digital, performance and film (only jpg + link to video) etc. All visual art mediums are welcome.

Artists or any art organisations on behalf of artists from all countries are welcome to submit their works for consideration.

There is no specific theme for this call for art.

DISTRIBUTION: Physical and digital copies of ArtMaze Mag are distributed worldwide via select bookshops, galleries and through ArtMaze’s online store. More info:

DEADLINE: August 5th, 2021 (12:00 AM, midnight: end of the day 5th August – Eastern Standard Time) 

GUEST CURATOR: Harper Levine, founder of Harper’s (, New York


Selected artists will be asked for high resolution images and will be published in the next print and digital issue of ArtMaze Magazine. Each selected artist will receive a 2-page spread in print and digital magazine including bio&statement, website, and 2-5 featured artworks. All published artists will receive a complimentary digital issue of the magazine and will be promoted on our website/social media. Physical copies of Art Maze Magazine are printed to the highest quality in United Kingdom.


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Chambre Fluide is an international online Magazine launched in April 2020 that explores Visual Culture within our contemporary society. 

We thought of this digital space like an imaginary and fluide room - hence the name of the magazine - that, little by little, is being filled with pieces we find relevant, curious and intriguing. 

We are now calling out to all artist for our second edition of CF talents 2021, and we are looking for creatives all across the visual practices such as Fashion, Cinema, Photography, Graphic Design, Architecture and Contemporary Art, to be promoted through this section. 

We would like to invite you to submit your work and to let us know more about your background, research, and your main interests. We will give priority to creatives involved in Cinema/Video Art, Fashion and Graphic Design.  

Due to the high number of submissions and CF's accurate editorial line, not all submissions will be published. 

The deadline for submissions is August 16, 2021

>> Free submission / we do not charge any fees either to those who apply or to those who are selected and published. 


We are going to take a few weeks to review the applications. We will get back to you shortly to inform you about the result. 

Thank you for your interest in Chambre Fluide Magazine! 


CF Editorial Team :)


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Becontree Estate August Residency





Sunday 8th August - Monday 30th August 2021

Application deadline: 

Wednesday 28th July 6pm 

3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living room, generous garden


Hypha Studios & Becontree Forever are looking for a creative practitioner to live in & make use of this house to develop their practice, explore new ideas or create a new project. The space is provided for free* along with an artist fee & small grant towards your public event or community engagement.


You are welcome to bring family members with you on your residency & to treat the house as your home for the duration. You may wish to use one of the bedrooms as a studio, or create work within and around the whole building. *we provide the space for free but you have to put down a deposit which you get back when you leave the property on time and in good condition We welcome your inventiveness in your use of the space & how it can support you develop your practice.


Perhaps you want to make a part studio / part gallery, or develop a horticulture-related project in the garden, maybe you want to turn a room into a collaborative workshop, or develop a theatrical performance. You may want to make work about the entire estate, or just a tiny physical detail of the house’s fabric.


All we ask is that you consider the following:

A site-responsive proposal though we encourage a broad interpretation of what “site” is to you & could include the architecture, social history, garden, archive or more

Community involvement which can be from any local community you identify & can be involved in your research, development, or public event

Your public event proposal as a critical element of your application, please give creative consideration  to this, who it will be for, & how it weaves with your creative practice


The Becontree Estate, in the borough of Barking & Dagenham, was the largest public housing estate in the world when it was constructed between 1921 & 1935. In total, it is over 26,000 homes to a ‘garden city’ model. Your work on this residency could consider the radical roots of the estate, seek to be part of the dialogue with existing communities, or help inform its future story.



Becontree Forever is a year-long program of art, architecture & new infrastructure to mark 100 years of the Becontree Estate. It is led by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, in collaboration with residents and local partners such as the schools on the estate, Arc Theatre, Barking & Dagenham Youth Dance, East End Women’s Museum, Girls Like Us, Green Shoes Arts, Love Music Hate Racism, Studio 3 Arts, Soul and Sound & The White House, with national partners such as Create London, EFG London Jazz Festival, Focal Point Gallery, Serpentine Galleries & the Wellcome Trust.


We are committed to communities and culture.

The council have allocated this house as a space for the integration of culture into the estate for the duration of the Becontree Forever centenary celebrations, to further understanding of the architecture and histories of the estate, and as a central space for local communities to participate in culture. It has been used by other artists, and after the completion of these Hypha Studios residencies the house will be refurbished and returned to the local housing stock in Autumn 2021.

Public engagement is critical to the mission of this project and we ask you to deeply consider how you will involve local residents, schools or other groups within the creation of your work or in the public events. Support will be available to help you connect to local communities as your idea requires in order to best celebrate the estate’s history and community’s future through culture.

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Presented by STIGMA x Local Collective

Supported by Arts Council England


Open Call I July 09 - Aug 02, 2021

Exhibition I Oct 01 - Oct 16, 2021

The call is international. Submission is free.

Call for Submissions 2021:

This call is primarily open to artists working with film and digital arts with an interest/approach/research centered on the relationship between Feminism and the Asian Identity. It is open to artists of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines, including international artists living outside of the United Kingdom. Individual, collaborative or editorial projects are eligible. 

For 2 weeks in October 2021, we will be hosting our pop up gallery in Islington, ‘ZAO TANG: Pop Up Gallery On Asian Arts and Feminism’. The gallery will become a space for social exchange and creative discourse, charged with the theme ‘What does it mean to be an Asian woman?’. The curation of artworks will present a connective strength that speaks about the identity of Asian feminism, provide assurance to vulnerable members of Asian communities of London, support under-represented Asian creatives, and invite all members of the local community to join in and celebrate cultural diversity.

Alongside our partners, we have, at present, selected 5 female artists to exhibit their works. They include Yushi Li, Hannah Lim, Ayumi Kajiwara, Young Sook Choi and STIGMA. With this open call, we would like to invite one more artist/s (individual or collaborative). The successful applicant will have the opportunity to exhibit the work, network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public. Guidance and promotion through our (and our partners’) channels and network will be provided. The exhibition will also appear in a number of publications. 

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Exhibition Opportunity and £600 cash award
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The successful applicant will have the opportunity to exhibit the work, network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public. Guidance and promotion through our (and our partners’) channels and network will be provided. The exhibition will also appear in a number of publications. The successful applicant will also be awarded £600 in support of the work.


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