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The fifth edition of BAD VIDEO ART FESTIVAL will take place in Moscow, Russia, in 2021.

We are looking for videos which are at the intersection of bad art, bad painting and bad cinema. We propose to study extreme forms of video art and single out certain video art works as bad videos or "B-videos". Join us if you are interested in the issues of quality and boundaries of art, or just love video art. 

The International Bad Video Art Festival (BVAF) is an independent artist-run initiative. Video artists and bad movie fans Natalia Monakhova and Andrey Slaschilin have once decided to find out whether there is something like bad video art. It is well known that bad movies have long ago formed a special cultural field with its own heroes and fans. In other arts sectors the issue of the bad has not been problematized so actively. 

There is no competition, no hype. Just bad video art from all over the world because it really exists in this world. And there are artists fearless enough to take part in the Festival without being afraid of labels or disrepute.Bad Video Art Festival is a good example of successful international communication beyond any geographical, social or cultural limits, or fictional ranking.

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02/14/2021

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Open call for LGBTQIA+ artists and curators

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Center Stage is planning 2020/2021 season (October 2020—October 2021) and inviting artists and curators from all over the world to participate in an open call made in solidarity with LGBTQIA+ community, with aim to support creative people in early career stages, to celebrate diversity in all its forms, as well as focus public attention to important issues of modern world.

Artist and curators can submit applications in following categories:

— Artist in early career stage. Up to12 artists with no age limit will be selected for special one by one presentation in Moscow in 2020/2021 season, plus all shortlisted artists will be presented in a final month-long exhibition in New York in 2022. One finalist will get a grant for participation in artistic residency in New York in 2022.

— Group project. Curators and artists are welcome to send proposals. One project will be realised in Moscow in 2020/21 season.
— Zine. Zines from two finalists with up to 1000 copies will be produced in 2020/2021 season.

 

Dealine for submisson: September 15th, 2020. 

Prizes Details: 

Exhibitions, zines publishing, grant for artistic residency

Deadline: 
09/15/2020

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IV International Bad Video Art Festival

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The fourth edition of BAD VIDEO ART FESTIVAL will take place in Moscow, Russia, in 2020.

We are looking for videos which are at the intersection of bad art, bad painting and bad cinema. We propose to study extreme forms of video art and single out certain video art works as bad videos or "B-videos". Join us if you are interested in the issues of quality and boundaries of art, or just love video art.  

We haven't had enough. We want more: 

  • technically poor (low resolution, over-/underexposed, unstabilized, wrong focus, poor sound or no sound at all, bad editing, wrong color correction) videos;
  • videos filmed without any purpose or concept, except the idea of making a bad video;
  • worthless videos of no special interest;
  • camp, trash, b-videos. 

General Conditions:

  • open to all video artists over the World;
  • maximum 3 works per artist;
  • deadline 31 December 2019;
  • free submission;
  • if your video has a language dialog other than English or Russian, use English subs;
  • maximum duration 10 minutes (if your video is longer, but you are absolutely sure that it is really bad, please, write us);
  • we don't accept stock videos, films made by children, family home videos, erotica, porn, films that include any forms of violence.
Deadline: 
12/31/2019

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Moscow, Russia - Open Call for Artists

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Art Number 23 is a London-based organisation, mainly responsible for curating art exhibitions inside the U.K. and overseas. The aim is to create opportunities in order to encourage and support artists from all over the world to exhibit and promote their work. 

 

We are really excited to invite you to submit your applications for our upcoming exhibition in Moscow!

The theme is free, meaning that we accept all types of artworks (figurative, landscapes, abstract etc). 

Artists of all mediums can apply and from all over the world.

We are looking for small and light artworks that are easy to transfer, such as paintings on canvas, prints on foam board etc 

The exhibition will be on for two weeks, with an opening event on the 1st November at the 

Zverev Contemporary Art Centre.

Everyone can submit their application for free! A small fee of £85 will be applied only to the selected artists for the needs of the exhibition. We do not take any commission from the sales.

Please note that the fee includes transportation of your work from London to Moscow and back.

 

For more information on how to apply please visit our website.

We look forward to your correspondence!

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