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What Is Art lll | Open Call

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While some artists are keeping a very traditional approach to art, others are taking risks into the unknown and there has always been a constant debate about “What Is Art” and what makes it valuable. 

 

In contemporary world success can be seen in both approaches, great examples are Damien Hirst and David Hockney, two of the worlds most famous and richest artists and yet with such a different approach to contemporary art. 

 

The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between different approaches to contemporary art and to demonstrate that either way can be successful. 

 

This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Newly Opened Space In Tower Bridge. 

 

The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK. 

 

The space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes away, Tower Bridge 1 minute away, London Bridge 2 minutes away. 

 

With a blend of traditional Victorian brick walls and a central private bar just for our audience, the space is unique in the whole city of London. 

 

There are no subject restrictions just a couple of guidelines. 

 

Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.

 

To apply simply email us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words at boomergallery@gmail.com. 

 

Eligible media but not limited: 

 

painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations | etc

 

To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each  participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes: 

 

printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security | bartender. 

 

Important dates: 

 

- the open call will run until 02 November. 

- artworks delivery date is 11 November. 

- the exhibition will run from 12 November until 18 November with a private view on 12 November- 6:00 to 9:00 pm at our gallery space in Tower Bridge London. 

 

Alternatives. 

 

We had a lot of enquires from foreign artists to exhibit with us but sometimes shipping the work to London in time might be a bit difficult in this challenging period, that’s why we’ve come up with an alternative! If you are one of the accepted artist and you find it hard to ship your work to us, you can send us photos of your work and we can print and frame it for you at no additional cost. 

 

We have 3 available sizes for the frame: 

 

32/32 cm

30/40 cm 

40/50 cm 

 

Event. 

 

This will be a physical event and it will take place in our new gallery space in Tower Bridge- London. 

 

Beverage.

 

Champagne, Cocktails and Beluga caviar. 

 

Important. 

 

As we run multiple open calls, please make sure you include in the email line the open call you apply for. 

 

Good luck to you all!

Deadline: 
11/02/2021

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£165 only for the accepted submissions
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Rise: Call For Art Exhibition Curated By Erika B Hess, Painter, Curator And Host Of The Podcast I Like Your Work

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Call For Art Juried Virtual Exhibition

Theme: Rise

After a series of setbacks or a difficult season as artists, we often use our work to rise again. Art can be a form of healing, processing current events, or overcoming a personal struggle. What does it mean for you to rise again and again? What role does art play in your resiliency?

We are thrilled to invite you to participate in our juried virtual exhibition exploring this topic. We welcome all media, and the theme is open to the artist's interpretation.

About Our Guest Curator

Erika b Hess

www.erikabhess.com 

Erika b Hess is a painter, curator and host of the podcast I Like Your Work. Hess’s work includes paintings and drawings about gender, motherhood and the environment. She is represented by Contemporary Art Matters in Columbus, OH. Recent exhibitions include “Summer in the City” curated by Contemporary Art Matters and an upcoming solo exhibition at Marietta College. Hess’s work has been exhibited nationally including NYC, Brooklyn, Detroit, L.A., Boston and Philadelphia.

Her work has been featured in various publications and she has served on panels such as Cleveland Institute of Art’s, “Feminism Now: Exposing the Truth”, Boston University, “Building Collaborative Art Spaces”, and is frequently lectures at colleges such as Wellesley University, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Missouri State University, Eastern Michigan University, and many others.

In addition to her artwork, Hess is an active juror and curator for various publications and institutions. Hess was a co-founder of Musa Collective, an artist collective in Boston and is the creator and host of I Like Your Work podcast, a podcast dedicated to interviewing artists, curators and collectors. She currently writes an art column for Art SHE Makes Magazine.  

Hess received her MFA from Boston University.

This open call is an opportunity to submit your work for consideration for a curated virtual group show. If chosen, your work will be included in a virtual exhibition through Create! Magazine and promoted to our broad audience of international readers, collectors, and followers.

About Create! Magazine

Create! Magazine was originally published in 2013 out of the need for emerging artists to showcase their work. Through collaborations with leading galleries, art fairs, curators, and art world professionals, we have grown into a powerful platform that is deeply committed to supporting emerging artists on their path to success and helping them achieve greater visibility in the art world. 

This professionally curated exhibition will be made available to viewers and collectors virtually through our website. We will highlight individual selected works by each artist from the show on our social media profiles: Instagram 182k+ followers and Facebook 54k+ followers. 

Create! Magazine has previously partnered with Colossal, Superfine Art Fairs, Art Miami Fairs, Affordable Art Fair, The Jealous Curator, Showfields, and more. We have curated exhibitions in national universities and galleries such as Hastings College and Paradigm Gallery and are now excited to extend this opportunity to our international community of artists online. 

Please note that there is a curatorial fee that goes towards supporting our community and helping provide opportunities for artists, writers, and curators. If you are unable to pay at this time, we understand and urge you to apply to our blog instead. Remember that you may always submit to our blog for free, and we will be happy to review your work. Send 3-5 images, your artist biography, statement, and website. Please use the free blog form on Submittable. 

GUEST CURATOR: Erika B Hess

APPLICATION: You must complete the application via Submittable to be eligible for this opportunity. Please read the format requirements carefully to avoid errors with the form. Send any questions or concerns you may have via email to info@createmagazine.com.

ELIGIBILITY: Artists from any country are welcome to apply with works in any medium: painting, sculpture, digital, printmaking, fiber, photography, mixed media, installation, and more. The broad theme, “Rise” is open to the artist’s interpretation.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Artists may submit up to 10 individual (different artworks) pieces of work for consideration.
  • Artists must ensure high quality of images, and we recommend 300 dpi jpeg.
  • Artwork images and bio must be uploaded directly to the form below.
  • Bio and statement must be under 300 words each.
  • Artwork does not have to be for sale.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

Entry Deadline: October 30, 2021

All artists will be notified of the curator’s final decisions by December 30, 2021. If your work is selected, you will receive further information at that time. All selected work will be on display online in the winter 2022, details TBA. Artists will receive a permanent post on Create! Magazine’s website along with a spot in the virtual exhibition (dates TBA).

SUBMISSION INFORMATION:

  • Submission fee is $30 (non-refundable)
  • The limit of submitted artworks is 10
  • Bio word limit 300 Statement word limit 300

AGREEMENT: Create! Magazine reserves the right to use images of the artwork on their website and social media. By submitting artwork via this call, the artist agrees to the terms outlined above. Artist retains full copyright of the work. Images will not be used by Create! Magazine aside from the exhibition, interviews, and social media posts without the artists consent.

Deadline: 
10/30/2021

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30
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Virtual Art Vol. III

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Virtual art is a virtual exhibition, dedicated to promoting artistic and creative expression.

This project is defined by a need to accurately express art, appeal to several senses, move within the light, the shadows, and the colours, play with the intersections of reality and phantasy, and the boundaries of digital and analogue.

This exhibition, which features a collection of high digital artworks, represents fresh insights, perspectives, and ideas that change our reality.
The Virtual Art Gallery seeks to provide selected works with significant worldwide exposure for artists to assist them in negotiating and confronting their works and their creations in a virtual environment.

We are now accepting submissions for our virtual art exhibition. Artists from all over the world are encouraged to submit their applications. Artists, regardless of their background, are welcome to send us their work.

There is no fee for submission

Requirements
HD photos of 3-5 artefacts of yours (different work)
Artist Statement (3rd person, max 150 words)
Artwork (title, size, medium, and price
Project description
Website
Social media

Your application
We welcome submissions from artists from all disciplines. Simply send us an email with your work and briefly explain who you are, some details about your work, and why we should be one of our next virtual artists

Deadline: 
11/30/2021

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50 euros
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Call for Artists: ‘COP26: Together For Our Planet’

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This project is a collaboration between Occhi Arts and Entertainment, a London and New York-based arts, PR & media platform based in London and New York, and Phoenix FTA Limited, a UK-based sustainability strategy consultancy. Inspired by the UK Creative Earth Competition, Occhi Arts and Entertainment and Phoenix FTA Limited are now opening the opportunity to young artists from around the world to creatively engage with key topics of concern at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow. This initiative provides a wider audience of young artists with a renewed opportunity to visually express their views to world leaders and community stakeholders by producing 2D artwork (drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography) that supports at least one of the following themes:

1. Protect What You Love

Climate Change is giving rise to more frequent wildfires, longer periods of drought in some regions, and an increase in the number, duration, and intensity of tropical storms. Glaciers are shrinking, plant and animal ranges are shifting or go extinct. Humans could save thousands of species from extinction if they act. ‘Protect What You Love’ encourages participants to express their concerns, highlighting what their hold dearly and want to protect from the effects of climate change.

2. A future beyond neoliberal capitalism?

With our societies forced into a truly deranged economic paradigm, one that landed us amid a terrifying climate emergency, it’s hard to imagine that the future of our human species lies beyond the patent immorality of neoliberal capitalism. A completely new system that puts equity and justice at its core is required. Young artists are invited to creatively express their interpretation of a “post-ecopathic” economic system via the mediums of drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and photography.

Our Objective

Our objective is to foster and establish an inclusive young artists’ community that feels empowered to engage with global climate change politics by using their creativity, expressing their democratic voice, and participating in this vitally important discourse. We believe the project will help build a noteworthy platform to establish intergenerational collaboration with key stakeholders by raising awareness of COP26 and serve a cross-sectional analysis that will allow deeper insights into how Generations Z and Alpha perceive the severity of climate change. It fosters political engagement, participation in the democratic process, and voices intergenerational concerns.

Prizes Details: 

A final selection of works will be featured online and in a publication, to be produced after and in response to COP26 key outcomes. The featured artists and artworks will be announced approximately two weeks after the official deadline to ensure that our guest curators and editorial team give their full attention to each applicant’s work. Further updates and additional information will be posted on occhicontemporary.art and occhimagazine.com.

Deadline: 
11/12/2021

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The UK Coloured Pencil Society Announces 20th Anniversary Gala Exhibition

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The UK Coloured Pencil Society (UKCPS) has promoted coloured pencils as a fine art medium, supported artists who use them, and championed the art of drawing for 20 years.

To celebrate this milestone year, members of the UKCPS invited creatives from around the world to exhibit alongside them in their 20th Anniversary Gala Exhibition.

The exhibition will be open from Thursday 14 to Sunday 24 October at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, every day from 11am to 6pm and will be free to visit. 

The prizes will include the Best Picture Award, worth £1,000, the Runner Up, £500, and the Colored Pencil Society of America Award for Excellence, $500.

Alongside the main exhibition of 250 shortlisted works, the UKCPS will be presenting 2020 Reframed, a selection of artworks that qualified for their 2020 Open Exhibition, but were never before exhibited in person due to the pandemic.

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Fear the tangible, Group Art Exhibition

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Fear, a word with multiple conceptual levels for everyone, representing something different, originating from our personal experiences. Sometimes it is an imaginary thing and sometimes it is something real, always an “idea” that induces anxiety. In order to overcome these kinds of obstacles we have to come face-to-face with our fears and actually confront them. But how a feeling like that can be expressed through the “eyes” of art?

The exhibition is aiming to house art pieces which reflect the biggest fears of the artists. Colors and ideas will bring to life that apprehension and will contribute to them getting lightened. In this particular case, the main core will be the paintings and they will be accompanied with some video installments that will be chosen to be screened consecutively, following the same thematic path. Each video may be 15 minutes or less.

Deadline: 
11/15/2021

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50 EUR
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