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NYC OPEN CALL 2021: TWO SOLO EXHIBITIONS at OYG PROJECTS

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Ortega y Gasset Projects is an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space founded in 2013 and located in Brooklyn, NY. 

We are pleased to announce an Open Call for TWO Solo Exhibitions to open in September of 2021: one in the main gallery space at OyG and one in The Skirt, OyG's dedicated space for site-specific installations.

Both opportunities will include an opening reception on Saturday, September 11, 2021, $500 honorarium for each artist/proposal, and one programmed event (an artist talk or a closing event), and will be promoted on OyG social media outlets. OyG Co-Directors will work with the artists and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions' installation and deinstallation.

Visual artists of all disciplines and geographic locations are encouraged to apply. The artists will be selected by a panel of OyG Co-Directors based on the quality of their work and commitment to their practice. Artists are highly encouraged to specify which space they'd like to exhibit in, the main gallery space or The Skirt (The Skirt space is dedicated to site-specific installation work). The OyG Co-Directors will make the final decision on which space the winning proposal will be realized.

An alternate list of candidates/runners-up will be posted on our website and are considered for future programing at the gallery. Past/future exhibition artists that we discovered from our past Open Calls include: Austin Ballard, KT Duffy, Patrice Helmar, Jihyun Hong, Familien Iglesias, Ezra Jude, Cameron Granger, Carl E. Hazlewood, Rose Nestler, Norm Paris, Ben Pederson, Padma Rajendran, Adam Liam Rose, Winnie Sidharta, Kuldeep Singh and Kate Stone.

To see images of the spaces, please go to: www.oygprojects.com/spatial-specs

Ortega y Gasset Projects is an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space founded in 2013, located within the Old American Can Factory building in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn. OACF is a 24-hour access building accessible by the D, R, N, W, F, G trains. For more information about OyG please visit our website at www.oygprojects.com.

OyG Co-Directors:

Eleanna Anagnos (Mexico City / Brooklyn, NY), Clare Britt (Chicago, IL), Eric Hibit (Queens, NY), Leeza Meksin (NY, NY / Columbus, OH), Nickola Pottinger (Brooklyn, NY), Adam Liam Rose (Brooklyn, NY), Tiffany Smith (Brooklyn, NY), Zahar Vaks (Brooklyn, NY), Lauren Whearty (Philadelphia, PA)

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$500 honorarium
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$500 honorarium for each artist/proposal, and one programmed event (an artist talk or a closing event), and will be promoted on OyG social media outlets. OyG Co-Directors will work with the artists and make studio visits leading up to the opening of the exhibitions, if possible. The artists are required to fully participate in the exhibitions' installation and deinstallation.

Deadline: 
03/05/2021

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30.00
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Call For Artists: Dacia Gallery Ten-Year Anniversary Exhibition

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Exhibition Dates: September 13-30, 2020

Dacia Gallery is pleased to invite emerging and established artists to submit artwork for an opportunity to participate in Dacia Gallery's Ten-Year Anniversary Exhibition this September. This is a very special exhibition for us with a great public response from collectors, media and curators that we want to share with you. We are looking for a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles, this will be a group show comprised of artwork created by contemporary artists, exhibiting what is being created today. This exhibition will be in conjunction with Dacia Gallery's artists and a celebration of art. The gallery will advertise and promote the selected artists for the exhibition and host a formal Opening Reception for the exhibition, including an Artist Talk during the opening reception.

 

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08/13/2020

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35
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23rd International Open

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Exhibition Description: Invitation to all female identified artists worldwide to submit artwork for this open exhibition. All themes, styles, and media will be considered. Artwork that explores or challenges conceptual and material boundaries is encouraged.

About the Juror: Juana Williams is an independent contemporary art curator from Detroit, Michigan. Her curatorial practice predominantly focuses on deconstructing complex, contemporary cultural issues and attempts to provide a dialogue within which these issues can be discussed. As an emerging African American curator and scholar, she is also particularly sensitive to and interested in issues of diversity. Williams is passionate about engaging communities, elevating diverse voices, and giving a platform to artists for innovative expression. She persistently advocates for supporting artists and preserving art-centered spaces.

Williams holds a BA in Art and an MA in Art History, both from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Prior to joining UICA, Williams held multiple positions at various art institutions including the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, the Wayne State University Art Department Gallery, the Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, and the Detroit Institute of Arts. 

For more information visit  https://www.curatorjuana.com/ 

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Best of Show $500 | 2nd Place $250 | 3rd Place $100

Deadline: 
09/12/2020

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$30
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Don't Touch Your Face

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Don’t Touch Your Face

 

So here we go, locked down and headed into the unknown. Nobody knows what the next hour holds right now. What we do know is that the creatives have a moment to capture and a story to tell. This show is currently planned to open in June. We are making this a long open call because we want you to capture this experience as it unfolds. Circumstances and information are going to be evolving or devolving on the fly and we want you to know, we are in it with you. One way or another, the show goes on.

 

This is an Open Call to ALL MEDIUMS and artists from ALL LOCATIONS.

Cutting edge Hermosa Beach gallery is looking for the best working artists to feature in an upcoming group exhibition at ShockBoxx Gallery in June of 2020. The top artist submissions will win a Cash Prize and Award Certificate, as well as receiving Featured Wall Space in the exhibition. Since the call is open to all mediums, we leave it up to you to choose your very best artwork that fits your own experience during this pandemic. We are interested in gathering a wide variety of experiences to paint a broader picture that will not only capture the perspective of the artist, but also of what it has been like to live through this as a human being and a culture as a whole.

Artworks will be judged based on creativity, originality, quality of work, composition, and overall artistic ability.

Competition will also be featured on ARTSY.

Cash Prizes to top three pieces selected by jury.

 

Jurors: Leah Perrino, Astrid Parker, Preston M. Smith, Scott Meskill and Mike Collins.

ENTRY DEADLINE: Submit your entries from now until May 15th, 2020.

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The top artist submissions will win a Cash Prize and Award Certificate, as well as receiving Featured Wall Space in the exhibition. Competition will also be featured on ARTSY.

Deadline: 
05/15/2020

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$25
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SculptureNow Exhibition at The Mount 2020

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SculptureNow is accepting applications from established and emerging sculptors for its twenty-second consecutive, juried, annual exhibition of large-scale, outdoor sculptures. The show will be presented for the eighth year at The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home, a historic site in Lenox, MA, from June 1 to October 31, 2020. Existing and proposed sculptures may be submitted for consideration. There is no exhibition theme and no application fee. Up to 30 sculptures may be selected. The exhibition will include both invited and juried sculptors.
 

THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 20, 2020

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A $1,000 honorarium will be provided for each artist in the exhibition.

Deadline: 
01/20/2020

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Loretta Kaufman to Exhibit in “Geometry” at Site: Brooklyn Gallery

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Loretta Kaufman’s acrylic painting “Quartet:  Series M” was selected to be part of Geometry, a juried exhibition at Site: Brooklyn Gallery in September and October 2019.  The exhibition was open to artists worldwide over the age of 18.  There are 50 works in a wide range of media including drawing, painting, printmaking, wall mounted sculpture, collage and video relating to geometry, spanning subject matter, medium, form.  The exhibition opens on September 20 with a Reception from 6 – 9 pm and closes on October 21, 2019. Gallery hours Wed – Sat, 1 – 6 pm.  The gallery’s address is 165 7th St., Brooklyn, New York. Phone: 718-625-3646. 

Site: Brooklyn Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the current practice of contemporary artists.  This exhibition will illustrate how geometry and art have a deep and intertwined history, and that geometric forms provided classical proportions, complex symbols, and linear perspective.  Many well-known artists including Frank Stella and Mondrian opened up an entirely new language using geometry to get to the roots of form and perception.

About the Artist

In nearly five decades Nashville sculptor and painter, Loretta Kaufman has produced work in wood, fiber, metal, clay and paint.  Nature, the natural world, and the life around us have always been the center of her art.  Loretta’s work has been reviewed in the Boston Herald, Charlotte Observer, Atlanta Art Papers, Ceramics Monthly and Highbrow Magazine. Her oil painting Three Of A Kind: Series HR has been published in the book of poetry Gate Posts with No Gate – The Leg Paint Project, which carries an endorsement from Sean Hemingway. She has received numerous awards for her sculpture and paintings including First Place in the Monarch Ceramic Competition (US, Canada Mexico) and the Cecile Adler Cliffer Memorial Cutting Edge Award for her acrylic painting in the National Association of Women Artists 129th Annual Members’ Exhibition.  Loretta’s work has also been juried into and won awards in several Fusion Art’s international online art exhibitions since 2015.

For more information about Loretta and her work, please visit her website:  lorettaanakaufman.artweb.com.

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