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CAHIER d'images

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OPEN CALL @cahierdimages
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CAHIER d'images is publishing conceptual and esoteric booklet by contemporary visual artists.

Open to international artists, each CAHIER d'images is focused on one artist/group.
Media accepted: photography / illustration / painting / graphic design / sculpture / installation / mixed media / digital art / video and performance still

Free theme, NO FEES.
Deadline to apply is August 2nd, 2020.
The selected artists will be informed by end of August, 2020.

Contact & Instagram @cahierdimages

Deadline: 
08/02/2020

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Create1 Magazine Print Issue #22 Call For Art Curated By Larry Ossei-Mensah

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Create! Magazine is pleased to announce an international open call for the print issue #22 juried by Larry Ossei-Mensah.

Have your work seen by our 170,000+ readers and followers around the world, including leading galleries, art fairs, collectors, curators, writers, art consultants, and more. 

$1 from each submission fee will go to the Artist Relief Fund.

 

GUEST CURATOR

Larry Ossei-Mensah uses contemporary art as a vehicle to redefine how we see ourselves and the world around us. The Ghanaian-American curator and cultural critic has organized exhibitions and programs at commercial and nonprofit spaces around the globe from New York City to Rome featuring artists such as Firelei Baez, Allison Janae Hamilton, Brendan Fernades, Ebony G. Patterson, Glenn Kaino and Stanley Whitney to name a few. Moreover, Ossei-Mensah has actively documented cultural happenings featuring the most dynamic visual artists working today such as Derrick Adams, Mickalene Thomas, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Federico Solmi, and Kehinde Wiley.

Ossei-Mensah is also the co-founder of ARTNOIR a global collective of culturalists who design multimodal experiences aimed to engage this generation’s dynamic and diverse creative class. Ossei-Mensah is a contributor to the first ever Ghanaian Pavilion for the 2019 Venice Biennial with an essay on the work of visual artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

Ossei-Mensah is the former Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator at MOCAD in Detroit. He recently co-curated with Dexter Wimberly the critically acclaimed exhibition at MOAD in San Francisco Coffee, Rhum, Sugar, Gold: A Postcolonial Paradox in spring/summer 2019. Ossei-Mensah currently serves as guest curator at BAM's Rudin Family Gallery where he curated the inaugural show featuring the work of Glenn Kaino. Fall 2020, Ossei-Mensah will be co-curating with Omsk Social Club 7th Athens Biennale in Athens, Greece. 

Ossei-Mensah has had recent profiles in such publications like the Create Magazine!, NY Times, Artsy, and Cultured Magazine. Follow him on Instagram/Twitter at @youngglobal.

 

Deadline: 
06/30/2020

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35
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Artists of Meraki Magazine

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Artists of Meraki is a new independent Artist-Led online publication showcasing emerging and upcoming artists in the form of interviews, exhibitions and seasonal magazines.

Submit your work for a chance to be featured. (Each selected artist, will receive a digital copy of the magazine’s issue).

ELIGIBILITY: Artists are welcome to submit works at any size or in any medium: painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, textile, installation, mixed media, digital, film, etc...

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

DEADLINE: 1 AUGUST 2020

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09/01/2020

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A SHOW OF HEADS

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A SHOW OF HEADS is a thematic group exhibition of work that includes and/or is based on the portrayal and interpretation of the human head. The exhibition will be held online on the Limner Gallery web site, November 1 - 30, 2020, and will also be viewable on the site thereafter until June of 2021. The exhibition will also be published in a both a print and digital magazine format that will be distributed through direct mail to Limner Gallery collectors and metropolitan bookstores. Deadline August 31. Open for entry to all artists working in any media.

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Exhibition and publication
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Publication in the gallery magazine and exhibition on the gallery website.

Deadline: 
08/31/2020

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$35
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Think Nonument! Together

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Architects! Artists! Researchers! Art Historians! Activists! Writers! Photographers!

For the last two years, the Nonument Group has researched and intervened into the changed circumstances of twentieth-century architecture and monuments. We defined nonuments as twentieth-century architecture, monuments, public spaces and infrastructural projects that have lost or undergone a shift in symbolic meaning as a consequence of political and social changes. We unveiled a wealth of stories from the past, physical remains and intangible traces, as well as many absurdities of the present, unseen ideological forces and newly formed fascinations.

The neologism Nonument denotes negation; but there are as many ways to negate an existing structure as there are possible affirmations of it. Sometimes both can be present at the same time, for example in a case of a botched renovation project or a misguided fetishization of a ruin. But a fact remains that our cultural bias is leaning toward the affirmative action: predominantly we research what is built, what is articulated and what is planned. However, we lack the resources and concepts to reveal the same vividness in the negation: of what was abandoned, discarded, destroyed or recontextualised.

First two years of The Nonument project were an attempt to breach this bias. We have opened a field of inquiry that doesn’t only observe and depict decaying architecture (there is an abundance of such websites and projects around) but also critically engages with the past and the present of these objects and the stories that lurk behind. In a way, a nonument is always more about the now than it is about the past. We want to address commodification, fetishization and destruction of memory, public spaces and buildings, as much as we want to engage with their histories. But now, it is time to reflect and regroup. And, above all, to ask others what they think. We want to offer an opportunity to publish reflections and interventions on nonuments and spatial negations that might have escaped our radar or that can enrich and change our initial concepts and queries. Such questions might include but are not limited to:

When have the buildings of the past became consummerable and when have they become unwanted?

How to react on fetishization of ruins and decay?

Is it possible to meaningfully intervene into nonuments at all?

How to deal with the plurality and even conflicts of different memories?

How does the relation between materiality, politics and economics manifest in nonuments?

How does the nonument you know intimately change the perception of nonuments as a whole?

 

We welcome a wide range of contributions:

- In-depth research papers (2.500-5.000 words) that will be considered for our annual Nonument symposium

- Opinion articles (500-1.000 words) which will be published online, with a honorarium of 80-150 eur

- Recommendations for publishing new nonuments and case studies

We are looking forward to think Nonument! with you.

Nonument Group

Photo: Marcel Gautherot: Brasília, 1959

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No prizes.

Deadline: 
05/15/2020

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Open Calls for submissions for bluebee magazine

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bluebee magazine is a new art magazine dedicated to emerging and rising artists.

We are keen to support Emerging and Raising Artists from around the world. Give them a platform to present a small glimpse of their artistic work. And isn’t there always room for another inspirational collection of visual soul food.

Our editorial board takes all submissions seriously and we discuss a potential fit for the magazine carefully. We are keen to hear from all visual artists, including fine art, sculptures, digital paintings, photography, installations and even video art. Our magazine is at least 80% - 90% editorial lead and not paid for features.

Apply now and submit your artwork to potentially get featured in Summer 2020 – currently scheduled to be published on the 7th August 2020.

Deadline for submissions 11. June 2020 for the Summer 2020 Issue

Submissions and editorial selected artwork features are free of charge

Deadline: 
06/11/2020

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