The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Launches Louise Bourgeois Website

Louise Bourgeois

Louise Bourgeois (Photo credit: Catfunt)

MoMA launches Louise Bourgeois website

The Museum of Modern Art has launched a major website Louise Bourgeois: The Complete Prints & Books

This website will eventually contain  3,500 images documenting the complete prints and illustrated books of Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010), most of which are in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art. Completion of the website is expected in 2015.

In 1990, Bourgeois donated a complete archive of her printed work to MoMA. That archive will be fully available on the new website by 2015. Presently, the site represents 400 works on the themes of Spiders and printed Fabric Works. These will be supplemented each year, and organized by such themes as Abstraction, Body Parts, Motherhood & Family, Objects, Nature, and Words, among others.

With such a vast collection of Bourgeois prints to be documented, publishing a traditional catalogue raisonné in book format was impractical, requiring seven or eight volumes with limited availability, while the website catalogue is geared to the general art public. Moreover, interactive digital media allows for features that provide a vivid look at the artist’s creative process. These include searches by theme, publisher and printer, and technique, as well as an “Evolving Composition Diagram,” in which viewers immediately grasp a composition’s development. This diagram is enhanced by a pioneering “Compare Works” mode, where two sheets can be placed side-by-side to compare and contrast, with a “Zoom” feature  for studying intricate details.

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Online Video Conference Lecture Series: The Art Scene Outside The Center

Last week, my blog post on Online Courses for Artists received more interest than I had expected, so I know that there is an interest with my readers and followers in online educational opportunities. Some may be seeking educational art opportunities for expanding their knowledge base, while others may be interested in models for creating their own online courses. So when I learned of this lecture series, I knew that I wanted to share the information–


The Art Scene In Different Places Out Of The Center-Nicola Trezzi


Lecturer Nicola Trezzi- is the US editor of Flash Art International and curator of Prague Biennale
February 18th - March 11th 2013, the course will present 4 video conferences on Mondays at 7PM CET
Application deadline: February 24th, 2013
Course fee: 90 €  Register Here.
During his four meetings Nicola Trezzi will present the art scene in four different countries: Indonesia, Sweden, Romania and Israel.  These presentations will try to embrace the entire artistic community, which means considering not only the work of the artists but also curators, gallery owners and collectors. Through this “enlarged” scope Trezzi will give a deeper idea of reality that is not only globalized but also ever more interconnected and de-centralized. At the same time each session will always underline the connections with this so-called “peripheral” countries and the mainstream. The mainstream will be mostly New York, where Trezzi is currently based.

week 1 Sweden
week 2 Indonesia
week 3 Romania
week 4 Israel

Originally posted on eco art lab:

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climate change: from cause to effect to response,
from the local to the planetary,
and everything in-between

Curator, Chris Cuomo, Professor of Philosophy 
and Women’s Studies, University of Georgia
Support provided by Ideas for Creative Exploration, UGA

Exhibit Run Dates: March 23- April 27, 2013

Submission Deadline: March 1

eco*art*lab, a pop-up gallery and artspace in downtown Athens, Georgia invites artistic works on the various aspects, dimensions and understandings of global climate change, to be exhibited March 23- April 27, 2013.

Accepting submissions in all genres and media, including installation, live art and performance. There are opportunities for site-specific installations in numerous rooms (see images below).*

Email your digital images, video clips, sound files or specific page URLs to us along with a brief statement about how your work relates to the theme. Inquiries welcome.

Display: The decision of where and how to exhibit the artwork is at…

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Artists: Call for Sketchbook Drawings for E Book


Jester Jacques Gallery  in the UK is accepting submissions for their newest project–they are putting together a collection of 50 drawings/paintings/illustrations to make an E book.

Do you want to submit your art? See examples of what they like and read the full submissions details here.

Artist Agent X *Golden Girlz* Promo Pics via ArtistSpot

Mixed media collage artist Agent X submitted his art images to ArtistSpot on recommendation of Artist Marketing Resources. ArtistSpot now features the Art of Agent X on their site.

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ArtistSpot created these promotional images and sent the images to the artist to use to promote his ArtistSpot prints and t-shirts.


View the entire Agent X collection available on ArtistSpot.

Online How-To Art Courses for Artists

Learn to teach and create your own art courses in the VASA Project workshops listed here.

Or take a course in sound art to expand your art-making practice.

English: Entrance to the towers at MassArt

English: Entrance to the towers at MassArt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

CREATING SOUND ART is a new ONLINE course at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt).

You don’t have to be a student to enroll in this course. Expand your practice and knowledge of contemporary sound art.

In this course, create several sound art pieces of various types including audio art, text or graphic scores, sound installations, sound sculptures, and sound performance.

Plus  experience numerous well-known works in the medium of sound art via audio, video and live participation.

For complete information about the course go to the course website:

This is a 1.5 college credit module offered through the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM).

or you may register online through this link:

Submit To Anonymous Drawings Exhibition Berlin

Anonymous Drawings 2013 / Exhibition
Deadline for submissions: January 31 (postmark)
Application fees: none

Call for submissions:

Drawings by international artists will be presented anonymously in an exhibition at the Uferhallen Berlin in March 2013. The physical exhibition is preceded by an open call for participation on the Internet. 800 works will be selected for the exhibition. The age, biography or gender of the participants will not be requested and do not play any role in the selection.

The only formal rule: the maximum size of the exhibited drawings is 29,70 – 42,00 cm (A3), which equals about 11 x 16 in inches.

All the drawings are available for a symbolic unit sales-price of 150 Euro each. For each drawing sold, the artists receive 100 Euro – the rest will be used for the partial financing of the project.

The given unit sales-price should not be seen as a real market price, but as a place-holder for any conceivable amount of money.

Unsold drawings will be archived or returned to the artists.

The artist’s anonymity can only be revealed by a sale: the buyer takes the drawing right off the wall and the empty space left behind will be marked with the artist’s full name and point of origin.

More information and the application guidelines for download here:

Deadline for submissions: January 31 (postmark) / no portfolios requested. no application fees for the artists.

Artists Submit Online To 100 Painters of Tomorrow + White Cube Open Call


Painting is enjoying a remarkable creative renaissance in the 21st century. 100 Painters of Tomorrow is an ambitious new project of the publishers Thames & Hudson, to find the 100 most exciting painters at work today. Culminating in a major publication that will introduce and present each artist and their work, creating a snapshot of the best new talent in painting from across the globe, submissions are invited from artists from 15 January – 15 March 2013. There is no fee to register on the site, and a small fee of ten British pounds to submit to this book project.

Register and submit online here:


White Cube gallery in Mason's Yard, St James's

White Cube gallery in Mason’s Yard, St James’s (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Open Cube at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London

Call for entries: Open Cube
Curated by Adriano Pedrosa
Deadline: 28 February 2013
Application fee: none

Leading contemporary art gallery White Cube has invited São Paulo-based curator Adriano Pedrosa to curate an exhibition at their Mason’s Yard gallery, London, in July 2013. Pedrosa’s project, titled Open Cube, will attempt to infiltrate the hierarchies of the gallery system by inviting any interested artists to submit works to be included in the exhibition. By opening up the selection process, Pedrosa wishes to unsettle the system of gallery practices, initiating a dialogue with artists that might not have access to this network.

Shortlisted artists must be available for interviews in London with Adriano Pedrosa in March and April.

A comprehensive catalogue with texts by Pedrosa will accompany the exhibition.

Adriano Pedrosa is an independent curator, editor, and writer currently based in São Paulo. He has curated numerous international exhibitions and has published extensively on contemporary art in numerous catalogues and magazines.

Full details on how to apply are available at

Supadupa Online Boutique

Supadupa @ Handmade Parade

Supadupa @ Handmade Parade (Photo credit: Amber Karnes)

A few days ago, I received an email containing a link and an invitation to sign up to promote my services. I followed the link– and before I could even see the site style or what others were promoting to get a sense of it, they required my credit card information. I’m not going to do that. That’s old school.

The Supadupa site allows you to try their site before committing to any form of payment. Why would you want to do it any other way?

On Supadupa  you set up your online boutique free, no credit card required. Once you get your shop going, then there are upgrades options for expansion. Supadupa is all about handmade everything!

Perhaps you have art pieces that fit Supadupa, and opening a free boutique on the site will bring you in contact with a new market for your work. Have a look.

Call for Artist Submissions: A Few Opportunities

Jester Jacques Gallery and the Flaneur Blog are on the lookout for another amazing artist to team up with.

They are looking for an illustrator/designer to create an entirely unique drawing which can be downloaded as wallpaper for computer and Ipad. With that in mind, think: patterns, bold colors, imagery that functions well as a background.

The prizes: have your artwork be downloadable on their online store; get promotion through their Facebook, Twitter and other social media; plus a brief artist interview which will be featured on Flaneur Blog.

The deadline is: January 30th 2013

How to submit work: email no more than 5 jpegs to

You can also post on their Facebook page, either sharing a photo album, 1 example of your work or a link to your website/portfolio.


Check out current entries they like and have shared so far on the Jacques Jester Blog.


Calling all makers. Artists. Creators. Builders. Students. Professionals. Hobbyists.

The Instructables Design Competition is open to everyone who makes something that can be reasonably described as “art” or “design.” Share your 3D printed, microcontrolled, animated, photographic, sculpted, canvassy, fabricated, fashionable, jewelled, furnished, automotive, or graphic project to win a laser cutter, a laptop, and a DSLR. They’re changing how a design competition is run by opening it up to everyone. If you’ve created something for a course, a client, or just for fun, show them what you did and how you did it. Whether your goal is to inspire others, show off, or win stuff, Instructables is the platform for people to share what you make.

Bottom line: share your art or design project to win a Full Spectrum laser cutter, MacBook Pro, and a DSLR.

SUSTAINABILITY PRIZE - The Autodesk Sustainability team will reward the entry that demonstrates the best use of sustainable design with a special judge’s prize: $1500 at Highland Woodworking.

See the Autodesk Sustainability Workshop website for resources! 

Instructables  also has an artist-in-residence (AIR) program that gives artists, designers and Instructables authors a chance to work with in their lab and workshops to explore, create, and document innovative projects with their tools and resources and share them with the DIY community.  Artists-in-residence are invited to come for a period of several weeks to several months, over which they will work on projects that are shared across the Autodesk Studio Communities. The primary goals of the residency program are to produce top-level inspirational content and to connect innovative and creative individuals with our unique set of tools and resources.  If you are interested in applying for an Instructables Artist in Residence position click the Program Details link here.

Sponsorships - Read about the Instructables new sponsorship programs here.

Colour In Your Life- Australian Art TV Show, Art Shop and Artist Community

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Colour In Your Life- Australian TV Show, Art Shop & Artist Community

Colour In Your Life is a web site that is run by Artists for the purpose of building a ‘Library of the minds of Artists’. The site enables investors, educators, students, teachers and people all over the world to have access to the enormous creative energy that is part of the minds of right-brained people.

Art and what it does for our society is incredibly important to the spirit and the souls of all that see it. Forty percent of the people on this planet are supposedly right-brained. Unfortunately we all live in a left-brain world; a cradle to grave mentality. We will only be able to change this if we can find a place where we can get in touch with the right brain of our species.

The TV show has been a wonderful tool for all the Artists that have been involved. With over forty percent of galleries across Australia closing in recent years, Artists have been struggling to make themselves seen and heard. Colour In Your Life can change that.

Graeme Stevenson, CEO of Colour In Your Life, has been a practicing professional Artist for 30 years. He currently works with the TV show ‘Fine Art Showcase‘ based in Los Angeles, and also a number of large corporate clients and many of the worlds leading Fine Art Licensing agents. As a long time professional artist, Graeme understands the many battles and trials that Artists go through to make a living out of their craft.

Colour In Your Life is a web site that, through the TV series ‘Put Some Colour in Your Life‘, will enable many Artists and viewers to better interact with each other; to be able to exchange information and ideas.

How the Web Site works

The Colour In Your Life Gallery is for all artworks – whether they have sold or are for sale. The Gallery is simply for showing the world what an artist can do.

The gallery plays host to many artistic talents, delving into abstract, impressionism, all the way to super-realism. Anything is welcome, from photography, calligraphy, water-colour and sculpture, to animals, landscapes, portraits and web design.

With thousands of images having already been uploaded in the last few months, the Colour In Your Life Gallery will soon become one the biggest Art Hubs on the web.

Listing images in the Gallery is free, and is the best way to start promoting your work. Thousands of people come looking for artwork everyday, and if it’s not there to see, how will people find you?

The Colour In Your Life Shop is for those artists that wish to sell their artwork online. The artwork must be registered with Colour In Your Life, and while it does not cost anything to list the work, a commission rate is taken upon sale of the work. The seller must also be the owner/creator of the work and be legally allowed to sell the piece.

Copyright: Colour In Your Life will take all measure to protect the copyright of artist’s work registered with the site.

About Graeme Stevenson

Graeme Stevenson was born June 29th, 1958, in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. From a young age Graeme was fascinated with the world, beginning his career by painting and studying animals, including the Australian parrots he bred.

His reputation as an artist started to grow after he obtained his pilot’s license and began exploring the vast areas of Australia, photographing, sketching and painting the animals he studied.  He then began travelling across the world to study animals, painting and becoming published – in 1988 he was commissioned to produce ‘The Atlas of Parrots’, displayed in New York, Paris, and the London Natural History Museum.*

*for a more extensive history, please head to the Colour In Your Life website.

Graeme is working with ‘The Celebrity Shopping Network‘ in Los Angeles, and  is on the show about three times a year selling his work to a potential audience of 70 million viewers. His work hangs in galleries and private collections throughout the world.


The Colour In Your Life Community is the home for all Artists. With it’s own chat boxes, chat rooms and groups, it’s just like Facebook for Artists.


The Colour In Your Life TV show airs on channel 4Me nationally  (in Australia). Since going to air, late March 2012, artists that have been involved with Colour In Your Life have confirmed that the interest in their work has accelerated, with some even selling out of their stock due to demand.


The Colour In Your Life website also has a ‘Tips & Articles’ for artists section, a Colour In Your Life blog, and a competitions page. Colour In Your Life hosts competitions from its major sponsors such as Chroma, all of which can be found on the website. Some of our art prizes have included a $5000 art set from Canson and monthly vouchers from Chroma.


If you’d like to know more, or have any questions about the website, television show, or other Colour In Your Life queries, please contact .

Submit Now: The 22 Magazine Collage Issue

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The 22 Magazine

The Collage Issue

Final Submission Date January 30th

As always submission is 100% free and The 22 Magazine is always thrilled to meet new amazing people and all submissions will be considered for both the print volume and the blog.  Now go submit!!

The 22 Magazine

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Now Thru End of February: Share Your Artist Website Link w/ Curators

Here is an opportunity for you to get to know some curators!

Artists, this is an opportunity for you to connect with curators.

Artsia curators are reviewing your artist websites in our LinkedIN group project.

Now and throughout the month of February, curators are in the Artist Marketing Resources group on LinkedIN answering your questions

and reviewing your artist websites. If you are not a group member join here. Share your website link in the featured *Manager’s Choice* discussion. It’s that easy.

Several of the curators associated with this project are involved in multiple projects, exhibitions,work for major auction houses and brick and mortar galleries.

3 International Calls For Art w/January Deadlines

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How are your Italian and German language reading skills for completing some of these submissions? If you need help try Google Translate.


The focus of this edition is on exploring the effectiveness of synergy in contemporary art. Every work of art consists of the *articulation* between varied experiences whose contribution persists in their existence even when the work is finished. But how apparently different techniques are capable of working together in order to create a harmonious artistic composition?

Deadline January 25, 2013   For more information click here.


YICCA Young International Contest of Contemporary Art–register on the site

Deadline: January 31st, 2013


Open Call NORDART 2013

New Resource For Artists: Gratis Access to the Art Magazines, Publishers and Media Submit List

In the first week of this new year, Artist Marketing Resources began putting together a new submit list for artists. In a blog post last week, we asked artists to help build the list.

Thanks to all the artists who sent links to add to this new list of Art Magazines, Publications and Media.

We now offer all artists gratis access to the PDF submissions list for Art Magazines, Publications and Media

This list also includes Tumblr blogs that accept art submissions.

Why Tumblr blogs? According to a Mashable article, Meet Tumblr’s First Artist in Residence, Tumblr is on the top 10 list of the most visited sites in the world.

Tumblr blogs contain more than 20 billion posts and have about 170 million people per month using Tumblr.

REBLORG is tumblr project–a curated blog artists can submit to here.

Creating Multiple Points of Sale and Art Products

I’ve set up unique buy options for my art and shared my images on Pinterest. The latest research reveals that about 28% of Pinterest users earn 6 figure incomes and use Pinterest to shop for home decor and other products.

My painting, Blue Rice Cracker, is one of 7 paintings selected by an art licensing company for limited edition canvas prints. (I will share that site in future). An art licensing contract will, of course, allow me to sell the original paintings, and so I have Blue Rice Cracker listed for sale on both Artsia and Zatista, since I’ve had painting sale on both sites before.

I am also free to sell paper prints, such as on the Society6 site, and textile prints on the Spoonflower site. On Society6 there is a buy option for my painting printed on this decorative pillow home decor item, which I promote to urban apartment dwellers, home owners, and Interior Designers alike.

Marie Kazalia's painting Blue Rice Cracker available as a pillow print on Society6.

Marie Kazalia’s painting Blue Rice Cracker available as a pillow print on Society6.

Blue Rice Cracker, oil painting on panel, Marie Kazalia, 2012

Blue Rice Cracker, oil painting on panel, Marie Kazalia, 2012