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Open call for Portuguese artists for PEAC2017 - Portuguese Emerging Art Catalogue


PEAC2017 — Portuguese Emerging Art Catalogue is a catalogue where the Portuguese emerging art is in the spotlight!

Digital art, generative art, artistic ceramic, draw, sculpture, photography, installation, performance, paint, sound art, video art and web art.

For Portuguese artists with more than 21 years old, based in Portugal or abroad.

EMERGE – Contemporary Art Agency mission is to promote contemporary art, emerging artists in particular. We assume the responsibility to help those artists to draw a path that leads them to a national and international recognition.

PEAC2017 — Portuguese Emerging Art Catalogue meets this mission. Is a project that promotes all the artistic praxis in the Portuguese fine arts field, spreading the best of Portuguese emerging artists work in and outdoors.

Written in English, this catalogue is targeted to very wide audience. From academics to arts professionals, even to the those who want to buy contemporary art artworks. PEAC2017 will be at private and public collectors hands. It will be a physical and online catalogue registered at the National Library of Portugal with ISBN number, and it will be commercialised in more than 65000 bookshops online! 

All applications that meet the requirements will be evaluated by a jury composed of curators and artists:  Cláudia Camacho (Professor at FBAUL - Fine Arts University of Lisbon, Mentor of Art Alibi, CEO of Antiframe and Independent Curator); Jorge Reis (Vice-president of EMERGE, Fine Artist and Independent Curator); Luísa Santos (Gulbenkian Professor, FCH-UCP, CECC and Independent Curator); Mário Caeiro (Professor at ESAD.CR and Independent Curator ); Rudolfo Quintas (Digital Artist); Simeon Nelson (Sculpture Professor at University of Hertfordshire and Fine Artist).

Every artist, collectives and projects with Portuguese nationality, are invited to apply their artworks at to be part of PEAC2017.

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