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2nd International Exhibition

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ART IS LINES.

ART IS SHAPES.

ART IS DRIZZLED.

ART IS A NUMBER.

ART IS A WORD.

ART IS A FRAME HOLDING NOTHING AT ALL.

ART IS SILENCE.

 

The theme for the 2nd international virtual exhibition is SILENCE, a complete absence of sound.

Feel free to take the theme and play with it.

 

We are looking for artists, working in different media, such as painting, drawing, textile, illustration, mixed media, photography, digital art.

The work of each artist will be exhibited in an online exhibition.

 

Deadline: September 30, 2021

Exhibition opening date: October 10, 2021

 

Requirements for the submission:

up to 7 photos (min. 300 dpi, JPEG/TIFF format),

details of the work (title, medium, size, year),

Brief biography (max 100 words each)

Works statement (max 50 words each)

Website and social media links.

Paypal payment receipt/screenshot.

Deadline: 
09/30/2021

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20 EUR
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Open Call for Artist Banners

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The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, in partnership with the Queens Council on the Arts and Asian American Arts Alliance, is announcing an open call for emerging artists based in Queens and self-identifying as Asian American and Pacific Islander to submit designs for the Museum’s three outdoor banners. The open call comes out of a museum-wide desire to raise awareness and amplify the voices of local Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) creatives, in response to the ongoing violence against the AAPI community across the United States. Three artists will be chosen by a jury composed of The Noguchi Museum’s organizing committee, a cross departmental group of staff volunteers; and one representative from each of the partnering organizations. Artists must self-identify as AAPI, and reside in or have a studio in Queens. Artists must be 18 and older, and students, full- or part-time, currently enrolled at the time of application for any degree or certificate granting programs may not apply.

Deadline for submissions: Friday, September 24, 2021, 11:59 pm ET.

Prize summary: 
$1000 honorarium for winning artist
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The winning artist will have their design installed outside of the Museum from Fall 2021 through Spring 2022, and will receive an honorarium of $1000. The two runners-up will each receive an honorarium of $500. Each of the finalists will be featured on the Museum’s website and social media, and will be interviewed along with a studio visit.

Deadline: 
09/24/2021

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Inspired by an Object

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In 1964, Jasper Johns wrote himself a note: “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it.” Since then, this set of instructions has referred to artwork that uses everyday objects and other non-fine art materials and describes the revolutionary approaches to art-making that developed from the early 20th century to the late 1950’s,1960’s, and beyond. For this exhibit, artists are invited to submit work in any medium and in any genre including abstract. However, an object must be used as the primary subject and inspiration of the work. 

This exhibition is the fourth in SMI’s Community Partnership Exhibition Program created by cofounder and past president Virginia S. Block. The partnership aims to reach out to other nonprofit organizations each year to create a collaborative exhibition designed to inspire our members, create new connections, and reach new audiences. This year SMI’s Community Partner is the Montclair Art Museum (MAM). As a collaboration, SMI and MAM will be mounting concurrent object-inspired exhibitions. Studio Montclair’s exhibit will be displayed in our gallery and in the Museum’s Vance Wall Art Education Center arcades. Our selection team will determine the location of all artworks.

Deadline: 
07/24/2021

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URBAN TALES: legends and magic of the urban world

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URBAN TALES:legends and magic of the urban world
Art Exhibition in Lecce
curated by Dores Sacquegna
from 4 to 17 December 2021

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Primo Piano LivinGallery is pleased to announce the new contemporary art project titled: “URBAN TALES” curated by Dores Sacquegna. The exhibition is part of the great URBAN JUNGLE: URBAN ART & POP CULTURES project which is divided into three distinct sessions but which have the final exhibition in common:

URBAN SAFARI – Art Residency from 26th November to 5th December – stay of n. 9 nights in the old city of Lecce;

STORYTELLING EXPLORATION –  Art Exhibition from 4 to 17 December  – experimental project with sharing on major platforms such as Google Arts and Cultures;

URBAN TALES – Art exhibition from 4 to 17 December – 14 days on display at the Palmieri Foundation in Lecce

In URBAN TALES exhibition, the vision is fueled by the narrative. Each participant will be able to describe their own city or its urban legends, through texts, photographs, drawings and works with multimedia technologies. The observation must be understood as an individual who is part of his/her own community, in the city where he/her lives. Through the study of one's own city, it is possible to imagine a city of the future, with implications in the field of inclusion and cultural enhancement of each individual.Urban Tales is an exhibition experiment of narration through contemporary art and architecture, to build a hypothetical map of the city of the future, through projects, photographic explorations and urban legends. Urban art and pop cultures are welcome.

The show included the following services and supplies:

 A) Art project under supervision of the curator Dores Sacquegna

 B)  Exhibition at the renaissance venue of the Palmieri Foundation (14 days)

 C) Catalog of the show with all works published (n. 5 printed copies )

 D) Critical texts in Italian and English version

 E) Video catalogs posted on YouTube Channel, Primo Piano websites and social networks

 F) Kit media press (magazine, newspapers and more)

 G) Certificate of participation signed by curator and Primo Piano

Eligibility and type of works - The exhibition is open to worldwide artists and any media (painting, photo, installation, video, mixed media and more).

 

Art Curator - Dores Sacquegna is a curator and art director of contemporary art. Since 1994 to date, she has worked and reviewed works by recognized artists such as Christo and Jeanne Claude, Louise Bourgeois, Hermann Nitsch, Matthew Barney among others. She has curated exhibitions in Italy and abroad, collaborating with art galleries, museums, foundation, corporates and collectors.

 

Prizes Details: 

Certificate: Artists will receive the Participation certificate on parchment paper, signed by curator and Primo Piano's owner.

Deadline: 
10/10/2021

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Call for Entries! (September 2020)

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Art Hole is an independent artist-run and ad-free international print and online publication dedicated to showcasing 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.

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

DEADLINE: 25 August 2020 

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit images by email (high quality images)

A brief bio about the artist / artwork (120 words max)

Deadline: 
08/25/2020

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Free to enter
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URBAN JUNGLE: Art Residency and Exhibition

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URBAN JUNGLE: Urban Art Project & Pop Cultures (Lecce, Italy 2021 November - December)

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Primo Piano LivinGallery is pleased to announce the new contemporary art project titled: “URBAN UNGLE" curated by Dores Sacquegna. The jungle as a mirror and alter ego of the city. A relationship made up of contrasts and strong similarities, which leads to various interpretations of style between urban life and cultural identities. All cities have a voice: beauty, architecture, history, art and other urban curiosities. The project aims to create a collaborative storytelling experiment between local inhabitants and foreign artists residents, to build a hypothetical map of the city, through storytelling, photographic explorations to drawn and shared ideas. An urban safari centered in the old city and in the suburb, in order to obtain important food for thought and materials which will be exhibited in the final exhibition.

The project is divided into three different sessions of which:

  1. URBAN SAFARI - Art Residency from 26th November to 5th December - stay of n. 9 nights in the old city of Lecce;
  2. STORYTELLING EXPLORATION -  Art Exhibition from 4 to 17 December  - experimental project with sharing on major platforms such as Google Arts and Cultures;
  3. URBAN TALES - Art exhibition from 4 to 17 December - 14 days on display at the Palmieri Foundation in Lecce

Eligibility and works

We accept individual artists or groups who work with all artistic disciplines and in particular: photography, drawing, video art, urban art, pop cultures, illustrations and more.

Housing: All residents will be guaranteed accommodation complete with kitchenette, and all supplies including TV screen, coffee or tea machine, air conditioner, sheets, towels, Wi-Fi free and more. Apartments/Villas has double bed for single use (queen room) or single bed with private or shared bathroom.

Exhibition: In the URBAN TALES exhibition, both resident artists (who will have to work on a site-specific project designed for the city of Lecce) and artists who decide not to participate in the art residency and who intend to send their works can take part.Catalog ad press kit included.

The Art Curator

Dores Sacquegna is a curator and art director of contemporary art. Since 1994 to date, she has worked and reviewed works by recognized artists such as Christo and Jeanne Claude, Louise Bourgeois, Hermann Nitsch, Matthew Barney among others. She has curated exhibitions in Italy and abroad, collaborating with art galleries, museums, foundation, corporates and collectors.

Lecce an Opein-Air Museum

The city of Lecce is a crossroads of cultures and sedimentations from prehistoric times to today, has seen its splendor in its wonderful Roman, Messapian, Medieval, Renaissance, Liberty, Arab, Spanish and Jewish’s architecture present in the city and small villages around it.  An open-air museum among the most fascinating in Italy, the pearl of Puglia’s region. Scenic and welcoming, Lecce attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world.

You're welcome!

 

 

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Prize & Award
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All artists will receive the certificate of participation on parchment paper and signed by the curator.

Deadline: 
10/15/2021

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