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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" November 2019

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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" November 2019
After receiving submissions from hundreds of artists, we are delighted to announce the following winning artists of this month. The winners are: 

N. Carlos J. ( Brooklyn )
Yam Shalev ( Berlin )
Kathy S. Copsey ( Camarillo )
Georgia Tunesi ( Wokingham )
Alisa Aistova ( Solnechnogorsk )

The winners is now available for viewing on the Art Jobs website https://www.artjobs.com/op/artists/2019

" Artist of the month " aim to showcase innovative and contemporary artworks from established and emerging artists throughout the world. supported by ArtWeek, winners are provided with worldwide exposure, by having their work promoted through ArtJobs marketing and the social media channels. It is our intention to help today's artists to market their art works to worldwide audience. and to promotes and connects new, emerging and established artists with collectors and gallerists.

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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" October 2019

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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" October 2019
After receiving submissions from hundreds of artists, we are delighted to announce the following winning artists of this month. The winners are: 

Sarah Evans ( London )
Adrian Coleman ( London )
Anastasia Ivashchenko ( Milan )
Riccardo Liotta ( Roma )
Islam Allam ( Cairo )

The winners is now available for viewing on the Art Jobs website https://www.artjobs.com/op/artists/2019

" Artist of the month " aim to showcase innovative and contemporary artworks from established and emerging artists throughout the world. supported by ArtWeek, winners are provided with worldwide exposure, by having their work promoted through ArtJobs marketing and the social media channels. It is our intention to help today's artists to market their art works to worldwide audience. and to promotes and connects new, emerging and established artists with collectors and gallerists.

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BLIGHT

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Theatre Nova in Ann Arbor will present R.D. Wakeman's play Blight in a staged reading Sunday 27th October 2019. Blight is set in a mansion in an absurdist dystopian world where people and belongings are disappearing from the house and from memory. Food is sparse, there's some sort of blight, pills are prescribed by those in power, a strange circus has come to town, and spies are everywhere. No-one seems too concerned except Nanny but she won't find her way out unless she actually looks for one.

There will be audience feedback following the reading. Thanks to all those involved & to Theatre Nova for including Blight in it's Michigan Playwrights Festival 2019.

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes

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Wales Contemporary / Cymru Gyfoes is an international open competition for 2D artwork in any medium excluding photography. Developed by the Waterfront Gallery in association with the Welsh Government, Wales Contemporary seeks to celebrate all aspects of the country by inviting artists to submit work that is inspired by its ancient history, its art history, its heritage, its landscape (rural, urban or political) and its contemporary culture.

Following a call for entries which saw the submission of approximately 500 artworks from across the globe – the UK and the Republic of Ireland, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Australia, the USA and Canada were all represented – 76 works have been selected for the inaugural exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Haven, South Wales from 4 – 30 October 2019. Thoughtful and often surprising, the exhibition combines crisp, photorealistic seascapes with soft, romantic watercolours balancing on the very edge of figuration. Due tribute is paid to the rich diversity of Welsh landscapes, from its glowering mountain ranges to its industrial towns, its valley villages to its rugged coastlines. Welsh culture is equally well represented: highlights include a carnivalesque imagining of the Arthurian legend, an overpopulated Mount Snowdon, and a tongue-in-cheek representation of the much-maligned leek. In summary, the exhibition presents the viewer with a characterful and compelling insight into the many things that make Wales Welsh.

‘Wales has a well-earned reputation for inspiring great artists and this project will further enhance this and highlight the areas of Wales where those interested in art can visit and be inspired in the future. Having attracted such a wide range of entries from all over the world, this exhibition will be an intriguing insight into how Wales is seen by others  - and during our Year of Discovery it may well provide a different perspective on our culture, history and landscape.’

Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord-Elis Thomas

The exhibition - selected by artist Janette Kerr, painter Ken Maycock, artist Catrin Webster and Stan MacIlvenny OBE - will open at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Haven, South Wales on 4 October 2019, where it will remain until 30 October. It will then tour to Mall Galleries, London, where it will be available to view from 5 – 10 November 2019. All exhibitors will be invited to a private view on 4 October and an awards ceremony on 23 October – both at the Waterfront Gallery - when the following prizes will be presented:

1st Prize: £5,000 plus a 3 week residency in Milford Haven (February – March 2020) and a 1 month solo exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery

2nd Prize: £2,500

Prize for artists born, educated or resident in Wales: £2,000

Young Artist Prize (for artists aged 25 and under): £1,000

Public Choice Award: £1,000

Highly Commended: £500

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HUMANITAS

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Lys d’Or presents selected works by international artists who answered to the open call

Humanitas

This exhibition is a celebration of high value of human being,

a topic really important specially in this time of history

where all rights so painstakingly conquered

seems wants to be deleted

Lys d’Or is an art web gallery born as spin-off of blog of art and culture Il Ramo D'Oro

create to host solo artist on line exhibitions and group shows on a specific topic open to all type of art

painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, video, comics, music, textile etc…

As art web gallery all exhibitions are free, without any costs for the selected artists and 0% commission on any sales,

because Lys d’Or (like the blog Il Ramo D’Oro) want to be remain loyal to the original nature of Internet:

place of free access and free exchange of ideas and knowledge.

Past international group art exhibition

Global Warming & Water Wars- vision of the future

The Kingdom Of  The Rose- homage to the female figure

Homeless - deprivation of access to housing, extreme form of social exclusion, extreme form of discrimination, loss of dignity

Magna Mater -  homage to Mother Nature ​

Dreamtime - metaphysical vision of life

Past solo exhibition

Marco Mattozzi (Photography)

Michelle Holmes (Embroidered Textiles)

Dawid Planeta - Mini people (Digital)

Leonardo Nazzareno Enea (Mosaic, Sculpture, Painting)

Angelo Secondini (Music Photography)

Manfred Kielnhofer (Sculpture)

Cornelia Konrads (Land Art)

Susanne Schumacher (Photography)

Mohammad Barrangi (Printmaking)

Gwendolyn Audrey Foster (Experimental filmmaker)

Eclectic Critters (Handmade Soft Toys)

Scott Listfield (Painting)

Johan Troch (Music Photography)

Karenina Fabrizzi (Painting)

Gianfranco Basso (Embroidery)

Anis Tabaraee (Drawing)

Scott McIntire (Painting)

Rey Zorro (Mixed Media)

Grey Cross (Mixed Media)

Maria Korporal (Visual Artist)

Sketchlight (Photography - Light painting)

Johanna Porter (Graphic and Visual Artist)

Jeff Drew (Illustrator - Character designer)

Lys d’Or https://lysdorart.wixsite.com/lysdor or https://lysdorart.blogspot.com/

Il Ramo D’Oro https://ilramodoro-katyasanna.blogspot.it

Katya Sanna https://katyasanna.wixsite.com/katyasannaofficial

HUMANITAS

all images are copyright to their respective owners

On line art expo

https://lysdorart.wixsite.com/lysdorgroupshows

https://lysdorart.blogspot.com/p/humanitas.html

Video

https://youtu.be/d1zzobjSfGU

Artists

Abeer Adel Ali (Egypt)

Alena Kolesnikova (Czech Republic)

Alistair Ayres (UK)

Andrew Cole (UK)

Anis Tabaraee (Iran)

Barney Ogola (Kenya)

Bernhard Zilling (Germany)

Blanca Saccomano  (Argentina)

Daniel De Culla (Spain)

Daniele Virgilio (Italy)

Diana Galimzyanova (Russia)

Éda Gyenis (Hungary)

Elkemel Mabrouk (Tunisia)

Francisco Sánchez Gil (Spain)

Huijie Zhu (UK)

Igor Zusev (Russia/US)

Ingeborg Henrichs (Germany)

 Inspiring Alien Creations (Germany)

 Jesús Miguel Morales (Spain)

Jorge Fusaro (Puerto Rico)

Liliana Cortina (Cuba)

Mahboobeh Esfandiary (Iran)

Michael Marks (USA)

Michael Mendel (USA)

M Gossett (USA)

Neil Howe (Australia)

Noel Molloy (Ireland)

Oscar Salamanca (Colombia)

Poul Poclage (Danmark)

Raja Oshi (Sudan)

Riddhima Sharraf (India)

Ruggero Maggi (Italy)

Sigal Yaar (Israel)

Swarup Manna (India)

Tchello d'Barros (Brazil)

 The Wasted Angel (Belgium)

Wolfgang Guenther (Germany)

Yasmein Hassan (Egypt)

Zac Benson  (USA)

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Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award, Artist Commission 2020 to be hosted by The Tetley, Leeds

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Engage and the Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award are delighted to announce that the 2020 Artist Commission will be hosted by The Tetley, Leeds.

The Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award (ARMA) was established in memory of the artist Alexandra Reinhardt and is supported by the Max Reinhardt Charitable Trust. The annual award, worth £15,000, funds an artist or artists to conceive and deliver a project which engages children and young people. The Award in 2020 focuses on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, has been working with ARMA on the programme since 2012.

In 2018 the Award was hosted by The Turnpike, Leigh. Artist Lindsey Mendick worked with local young people and invited contemporary artists to form The Turnpike Pottery: an artists’ collaborative working in clay. The project culminated in an exhibition held at The Turnpike in September 2018.

In 2016, Alison Carlier’s commission entitled ‘Flourish’ was unveiled at Aspex, Portsmouth and commemorated the gallery’s ten years in the historic Vulcan Building. In 2015, the commission by Anne Harild, entitled ‘We Approach’, was unveiled at Bluecoat, Liverpool. In 2014 New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester worked with Maria Zahle on ‘Sails and Dogs’, a residency and commission that explored physical play, while Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva’s research into Middlesbrough’s industrial past resulted in the launch of ‘HA[SOFT]RD’ at mima, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art in 2013.

The successful artist(s) will work with The Tetley and a partner organisation between May and September to deliver a participatory project with young people. As an outcome of the project, the artist will realise an exhibition, performance or other form of public engagement in the Shirley Cooper Gallery, one of the main gallery spaces at The Tetley in summer 2020.

Helen Watson, Director (maternity cover) of The Tetley, said: “The Tetley are thrilled to have been awarded the prestigious Alexandra Reinhardt Memorial Award. The Artist Commission comes at a pivotal time for The Tetley as it places children and young people at the forefront of its participation programme. The Commission will be co-produced, bringing together children and young people with a contemporary artist to create an exhibition driven by their interests, whilst responding to relevant issues surrounding Mental Health.”       

Veronica Reinhardt, Trustee of the Max Reinhardt Charitable Trust, said: “ARMA are delighted to be working with The Tetley to offer a unique opportunity to vulnerable young people. With the support of a contemporary artist/s they will be exploring their thoughts and ideas on mental health through art. At the end of the project, they will then be able to share their work with a larger audience in a major exhibition at the gallery. ARMA hopes the project will continue to demonstrate how small projects can have profound effects on all participants, particularly when curatorial and education departments work closely together.”

Jane Sillis, Director of Engage, said: “We are delighted to be working with The Tetley on ARMA 2020, which focuses next year on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people. The Tetley’s proposal supports young people to engage with an artist and their work and will shine a light on The Tetley’s excellent participation and education programmes. Engage is privileged to have been working with the Max Reinhardt Charitable Trust on the delivery of ARMA since 2012.

Deadline: 
11/11/2019
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