Art Exhibitions

ANTI-ART: The absence of Definition

Anti-art is a loose term that is applied to artistic forms that question the existing accepted definition of art or questions art in general. Anti-artwork may criticize certain aspects of art or artistic standards overall. As the 2020s continue to challenge our values, change our ideals, and force us to think outside of the box. The Milostka Exhibition Center is curating an exhibit that showcases the absence of established artistic practices and historically celebrated aesthetics.


This is an open call for art and artists who challenge traditional or popular art forms. Artists who have been inspired by dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, lettrism, neodadism, and more. We are blurring the artistic modern boundaries with diverse forms of expression.

Traces of time: Exhibition in Italy

Primo Piano LivinGallery

has the pleasure of presenting the contemporary art exhibition


curated by Dores Sacquegna

from 20 May to 2 June 2023

“Time is the substance of which I am made, It’s a river in flood that drags me along but I am the river, It is a tiger that devours me but I am the tiger, It is a Fire that consumes me but I am the Fire” (Borges)

‘The SUMMER Exhibition’


‘The SUMMER Exhibition’

Artist Open calls

We are now accepting submissions for our Virtual Exhibition

 ‘The SUMMER Exhibition’

Any artist from any background can submit any of their work. There is no charge to submit your application, please feel free to share your work with us. [A small fee (£25) is applied per artist once they have been selected for the exhibition]. The team will review all applications and the selected works will be announced.  

DEADLINE for submissions: 8th July 2022 [6pm, London, UK time]

EXHIBITION DATES: 18th - 25th July 2022  

Figuring Out... Making an Exhibition

Tuesday 21 & 28 June, 6-8pm

With many galleries, artist-led spaces and institutions programming several years in advance, DIY exhibitions can be a significant opportunity to get your work seen. Led by independent curator and mentor, Mark Devereux, this online short course will look at the central aspects of creating a successful solo or group exhibition.

Making Waves Open Call 2022

Making Waves is back for its second year! We are officially inviting artists aged 12+ to submit work to be part of our annual exhibition at Making Waves Arts Fest! Selected entrants will get the opportunity to have their work exhibited at The HEART Centre in Leeds from 9-11th September 2022, with awards evenings being held on the 9th and 10th September. 

We listened to your feedback and this year, we are doing things a little differently: rather than being solely youth-focused, we are opening up the open call to a wider range of ages! There are 2 entrant categories, 12-29 and 30+ to make sure everyone has a chance to be exhibited and to help in the fight against ageism in the arts world.

Open call for artists

Collect Art is looking for artists interested in presenting works for sale, and/or involved in offering talks, demonstrations, workshops.

Eligibility: Open to all nationalities and any aged 18 and above, artists working in different media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, contemporary jewelry, textile, printmaking, ceramics, photography, video art, digital art.


What you get (for 1 full year):

An opportunity to have your works seen by a large and diverse audience

All aspects of administration involved with sales

For selected artists, the opportunity to present a workshop or talk is paid

Promotion on our website, social media channels, and databases

Online & Offline exhibitions

Digital and printed magazines.


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