I’ve posted about Jung Katz before. I like them because they actively promote the artists they feature, and you’ll find drawing, paintings, photographic art, collage and other media on the Jung Katz blog. Recently, I encountered Jung Katz art tweets–follow them on Twitter here–that took me to their site.
From the Jung Katz art blog:
We’re looking for original artists, designers, and photographers to feature on our site.
Jung Katz contemporary art blog is accepting artist submissions for feature artist interviews.
Read the Jung Katz submission guidelines here.
The Gallery staff of Hannah Busch Gallery is reviewing individual artist submissions. Submit now!
The gallery is currently looking for artists to feature in an upcoming show “Novus Conceptum”, which opens Dec 12th, 2015 and is a 6 month show.
They are selecting artists now–submit now–they will be contacting artist by Oct 17th, to inform you of your participation status.
Hannah Bacol Busch Gallery
6900 S. Rice
Bellaire, TX 77401
Made In Mind Magazine Publication – is accepting artist submissions for Issue 06. All submissions must be received by 18th of October 2015.
Made in Mind Magazine is an independent publishing project dedicated to the promotion of young contemporary visual art. It’s focus is to provide visibility to young art , particularly for lesser known visual artists to showcase their work to an international audience which includes artists, galleries, museums, curators and others interested in art. The aim is to become bridge between the art world and artists. Visual artists of various media are encouraged to enter this juried competition to be included in next issue.
Art Magazines, art blogs, art publication resources e-list.
AC Institute in New York City will be making studio visits for their new fall initiative to find art for a series of curated online exhibitions.
AC Institute considers itself a hub for experimentation and radicalism and wish to seek out artists whose practice challenges conventional expectations of meaning, objectivity, and medium while looking for work in a wide range of media with a wide range of themes. Read the full submission guidelines here.
If you are interested in taking part in these studio visits please submit the following to email@example.com:
• Up to 10 images (jpeg, 72 dpi) or video link
• Link to website
Deadline: Tue Oct 13th, 2015
16 East 48 Street
New York, New York 10017
United States of America
LandEscape is launching the 8th edition of “LandEscape Now!” which will introduce nine artists selected from the international scenario in various fine arts disciplines. The current edition focuses more particularly on the theme of landscape in all the accepted meanings of the word and the recognition of the fundamental role which the landscapes of any kind have in the composition of an artwork. Landscape will be a recurring theme but not the only one, since LandEscape is open to a large variety of disciplines including, but not limited to:
Fine Art Photography
Audio / Sound
There are no entry fees and the contest is open to all artists as well as groups of artists.
HOW TO SUBMIT
In order to participate to the selections, please fill the entry form that you will find at https://secure.jotformpro.com/artcall/seattle
Any further related materials (as images, pdf documents as well as videos) can be sent via email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com
For any further information please contact our board or visit our website http://landescapeart.yolasite.com/
Deadline: December 4th, 2015
This is something out of the ordinary that I wanted to share. I’ve reviewed the application forms and there is no fee to enter.
I’ve actually visited Seoul, South Korea, flying there and spending a few days on a side trip during an extended stay in Japan–and my experiences may be at the root of my interest in this project.
Imagining New Eurasia is a participatory project to renew and reinterpret the idea of Eurasia–exploring new and old connections and relations between East and West and in between.
Eurasia is defined as the combined continental landmass of Europe and Asia.
Open Call: Imagining New Eurasia Project invites you to send your drawings, sketches, text, artwork, found object, photographs, maps, memorabilia or other kinds of artifacts from which your city, town or village could be rebuilt or reimagined. They’d like to collect them to exhibit and publish.
Total Prize $10,000
Submission Period: August 24 – October 2, 2015
Please visit website for ONLINE SUBMISSION:
38, Munhwajeondang-ro, Dong-gu
Republic of Korea
You know how it is?! With nearly 2000 Facebook invitations to reply to this week alone, Twitter messages to read across 5 Twitter accounts, LinkedIn messages, and daily emails piling up, it’s hard to keep up and check into everything. But here are a couple of interesting projects that we’re not involved in but wanted to share.
First, there is an artists cookbook project–an anthology of sorts. An artist’s cookbook written by artists and made by artists accepting submissions of recipes and art. You can find the email address for submissions here.
Pak Art Gallery has a call for submissions to Artbook “Relevance in the art. Fine art masters of the 21.st century” Submission deadline: 10 December 2015–details here.
Artists can submit their biography and 3 pictures of artworks in JPEG (please no more than 2 Mb per picture). Pak accepts no Zip or rar for submission. They accept for submission: Original artworks (drawings, mixed media, oil and acrylic original artworks, lithograph, screen prints, photography) Giclee Limited Editions on art paper or canvas.
PAK gallery artists mentioned in GQ magazine and Vogue recently.
I hope you can publish this call for artists to our curatorial project, Outside the White Cube, in your website. Thank you.
Sherwin Mapanoo (curator)
The Multiple eXposure Project
Call for Artists: Outside the White Cube
The Multiple eXposure Project will be curating “Outside the White Cube”, an alternative, traveling, curatorial project which aims to feature image-based works across different disciplines and media by emerging artists from the Philippines and elsewhere. We are inviting local and international artists whose works discuss the notion of the “PUBLIC” and its complexities. Deadline of submission is on October 5, 2015.
Artists working in a variety of media and disciplines are invited to participate and submit their works. We are seeking image submissions such as photographic series, video arts, short films, video mapping, recorded public performances, digital manipulation, animation, digital arts, new media arts, and others. Needless to say, any medium that can be projected to the screen will be accepted.
Please email your submissions, together with description, artist statement, and bionote, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, website our website: http://www.themultipleexposureproject.co.nr or our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/themultipleexposureproject.
About the Theme (Public):
The “public” is a multi-layered concept defined differently depending on how the term is used and framed. It is a notion devoid of singularity and is, grammatically speaking, a terrain of contradictions. As a noun and an adjective, the public constitutes the people, masses or community, and suggests anything that is staged, accessed, or seen out in the “open.” The public can also be used as a verb to describe something one does, as in make public or publicize, suggesting the movement or shift from the inside (private) to the outside (public). Paradoxically, however, the same term also points to the limits of such openness and movement. Given that it simultaneously refers to something “involving and provided by the government”, the public is always at risk of becoming merely an apparatus of the sovereign state and its institutions, thus making the flow of its production, distribution, and consumption partial and counterproductive.
With these issues in mind, we are looking for submissions that address and interrogate key topics of interest, but are not limited to, the following:
– What is public? What counts as public?
– The public and the private – their overlapping tensions and ambiguities (ex: private event, object, or space made public)
– The public as a collective (subject, citizenship, nation, etc.)
– Politics, institutions, and conflicts (of interests) in public sphere
– Positioning the public in the city or urban context
– The value of public-ness (openness, sharing, connection, participation, etc.)
– The limits and potentials of the public
– The public and the subaltern counterpublic
– Public image and identity
– Public performance, gaze, visual voyeurism, and spectacle
– Public and biopolitics (power, discipline, panopticon, and surveillance)
As implied by the project’s title, “Outside the White Cube” seeks to re-frame the practice of curating and spectating images outside the exclusionary, institutional borders of the “white cube” or gallery space.
Public spaces are used as an exhibition site to stimulate a mode of spectator experience that revolves around displacement of the passersby (public) from their “habitus” by interrupting the flow of pedestrian traffic. We alter a familiar public space and transform it into an unusual, dialogic site for image projection and exhibition, taking advantage of its accessibility and site-specificity in order to redefine the ways the spectators look at and engage with images. Adopting “guerilla urbanism” as a curatorial strategy, we make sense of the immediacy of the “public” and reflect upon its context, meanings, and intersections with representation, place, and discourse. In so doing, we intervene and reformat aspects of the urban landscapes and emphasize the “counter-spectacle” in art viewing and appreciation.
This project also underlines the inherent ephemerality of an open-to-the-public display in relation to time and space. As a “traveling” exhibition which heavily depends on projection technology and public space as its “frame” or “canvas”, this project celebrates the momentary nature of image-viewing, consumption, and mobility in the metropolis at a time of constant flux and transition.
Sites and Duration:
Selected works will be projected and displayed in public spaces in different parts of Metro Manila where there is a massive flow of human traffic. Possible sites defined by law as “public place” include: “any highway, boulevard, avenue, road, street, bridge or other thoroughfare, park, plaza, square, and/or any open space of public ownership where the people are allowed access.” Each exhibition will run anywhere from a few hours to a week. The first phase of the traveling exhibition will run from October to December 2015. An accompanying zine featuring the works of the artists will also be published.
About The Multiple eXposure Project:
The Multiple eXposure Project is a multimedia, multi/trans/inter-disciplinary artistic practice and research-based initiative that explores the many layers of image-making, participatory photography, visual ethnography, and performative encounter(s) between the image and the spectator; the subject and the viewer.
Listed below are two calls for art. The first is from Gutfreund Cornett Art on Democracy and is open to all artists as this is an “art as activism” theme. The second call for art is from the Women’s Caucus for Art and is titled “Trending: Contemporary Art Now!” This show is open to self-identified women artists. Let’s change the world through powerful art! Please contact me with any questions at email@example.com and as always, I hope you don’t consider my email notifications “spam”. But we will remove you from our list if you’d prefer not to hear from us.
If you haven’t worked with GCA or WCA before – below is an example of our work. It is the mission of GCA to change the world with art as activism and the mission of WCA to promote women artists who are underrepresented in the art world.
Below are links to the online catalog and gallery for an upcoming show at AIR Gallery, titled “Who’s Afraid of Feminism” from the Women’s Caucus for Art. Enjoy!
Online gallery: http://nationalwca.org/nationalshows/whoseafraid.php#gallery
CALLS FOR ART!
WHAT’S RIGHT, WHAT’S LEFT: DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA
In the upcoming election year, what does democracy mean in the United States? It’s time for artists to get on their soap boxes – whether it is a conceptual soapbox (Warhol) or direct Statement Art (Jenny Holtzer) and tell us what you think about democracy in America.
What is happening within our borders with the increasing polarization of our political parties and how do our views of democracy affect those outside our borders when we try to spread the American Dream? Have we made progress or are we going backwards? Whether you lean to the right or lean to the left, tell us what you think about the current state of affairs. How does increasing surveillance affect the tenets of democracy? We have both freedom and a lack of privacy in this digital and Patriot’s Act world as drones and wiretaps are commonplace and virtually unquestioned and unopposed; but do we have a voice in any of this Big Brother culture and with voting restriction laws being passed across the country to silence particular demographics of the American public. How does the media portray democracy — truth vs. spin? What is actually news versus entertainment in bombastic, biased editorials? Consider democracy in relation to civil, personal and political rights, economic gain, and the debate over freedom of speech, freedom of choice and freedom to choose to live as you wish. What did our forefathers intend in the Constitution with the freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, the pursuit of happiness, etc. To whom do these tenets apply in a racially, religious and politically divided country?
GCA is asking artists to share their voices in this art-based conversation about democracy and seeks art that address and interprets these broadly.
TITLE: What’s Right, What’s Left: Democracy in America
VENUE: Phoenix Gallery, Landmark Arts Building, Chelsea
548 West 29th Street, Suite 528, New York City
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Must complete submission by Friday, September 18, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. in your time zone.
JUROR: Dr. Kathy Battista
Founder and Director of the MA Contemporary Art program at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York and Senior Research Fellow of the Centre for Global Futures in Art, Design and Media at the Winchester School of Art University of Southampton.
CALL FOR ART: While all media is accepted and there are no size restrictions, we encourage the submission of smaller works, due to the size of the gallery. Works will be chosen for the gallery with additional works chosen for the online gallery and catalog and shown in a looped slide show in the Phoenix Gallery.
DATES OF EXHIBITION: January 6-30, 2016
ARTIST RECEPTION: January 7, 2016
Eligiblity: Open to all artists
Please email us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALL FOR ART HOSTED BY THE WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART!
TRENDING, Contemporary Art Now!
The Women’s Caucus for Art, hosted by Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory with juror Elizabeth K. Garvey announces a Call for Art: ‘Trending: Contemporary Art Now!’ for January 23 -February 28, 2016.
TRENDING seeks works that are driving the direction of contemporary art. Show us your visually compelling and conceptually exciting work that signal the direction of where art is headed. WCA seeks art in all media that are leading edge and have the potential to go viral. Show us your most interesting work!
This show is non-themed. The juror, Elizabeth K. Garvey, will select the strongest works based on her experience as a Chelsea (NY) gallerist and collector of contemporary art. “Trending…” seeks to promote innovative established artists and nurture promising talent from the next generation of women artists. Share your art with us and the world!
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all self-identified women artists.
DATES OF EXHIBITION: January 23 – February 28, 2016
ARTIST RECEPTION: Friday, February 5, 2016 (6:00 to 8:00 p.m.)
READ MORE AND ENTER HERE (Deadline 9/30/15): http://www.entrythingy.com/www.nationalwca.org#show=2305
JUROR: Elizabeth K. Garvey is the co-founder and owner of Garvey Simon Art Access. She has been a fine art dealer and advisor in New York City for over 20 years and leverages her professional relationships with galleries, auction houses, private dealers and artists to offer clients a relaxed entry into the often intimidating visage of the New York art world. She is a member of ArtTable, and a founding member of the New York chapter of the Association of Women Art Dealers.
ABOUT THE GALLERY: Target Gallery is the contemporary national and international exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center. The gallery hosts nine exhibitions annually — some juried, some curated — featuring a variety of themes, artists and media. Founded in 1974 in an old munitions plant, the Torpedo Factory Art Center is home to the largest collection of publicly accessible working artist studios in the U.S. An Alexandria landmark for more than 40 years, it’s the highlight of the Potomac Riverfront, attracting approximately 500,000 visitors annually.
GALLERY & ON-LINE GALLERY
There are two opportunities to get into this show. The juror will select works that will be exhibited in the Target Gallery and the On-Line Gallery.
The juror will also select additional works that will be shown on the WCA website’s On-Line Gallery ONLY. The On-Line Gallery only works will also be shown on a monitor in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition. This allows for more works to be seen beyond the physical limitation of the gallery.
CATALOG: All artwork selected will be included in the exhibition catalog both printed and online. Catalogs will be available for order at the time of the show opening.
NON-REFUNDABLE ENTRY FEE
Payment of $35 per entry for current WCA members and $45 for non-members and $20 for full-time students. An entry consists of one to three submissions of images. Credit card payments are made through Paypal only. You do not need a Paypal account to pay through Paypal and may use your credit or debit card instead.
SUBMISSIONS AND MEDIA
Artists may submit up to three works per entry with a total of three separate entries. Multiple views per piece are accepted when uploading 3D images of work.
All media is accepted except giclees of original work. The use of giclees, if part of a larger work/collage or assemblage is acceptable.
ARTWORK SIZE: There are no size restrictions for the artwork.
ABOUT WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART (WCA)
WCA was founded in 1972 in connection with the College Art Association (CAA). WCA is a national member organization unique in its multidisciplinary, multicultural membership of artists, art historians, students, educators, and museum professionals.
The mission of WCA is to create community through art, education and social activism. WCA is committed to recognizing the contribution of women in the arts, providing women with leadership opportunities and professional development, expanding networking and exhibition opportunities for women, supporting local, national and global art activism and advocating for equity in the arts for all.
To join WCA, visit http://www.nationalwca.org
Questions? Email email@example.com
Northern California TFAP Representative
The Red Files’ Open Call 27.08.15 – 12.09.2015
Curated by Ismail Erbil Deadline for applications: Friday 7th August 2015
The Red Files is the fourth and final Open Call exhibition at Schwartz Gallery for 2015. The Open Call format has created exhibition opportunities throughout the year for emerging contemporary artists and tested curatorial concepts within the space. Juxtaposing ideas of colour and order The Red Files investigates psychological versus physical space within concepts of the contemporary. Occupying the abstract yet being rooted in a physical ordering The Red Files invites artists to submit work that responds to ideas of untold stories, latent expressions of the self and inverted systems of classification. The gallery space will be reformed through the use of divisions reenforcing ideas of transition and repetition by concealing and revealing physical and perceptual space.
If you would like to be part of ‘The Red Files’ please continue to the applications guidelines below:
Deadline for applications: Friday 7th August 2015
Selected artists announced on Schwartz Gallery website: Wednesday 12th August 2015
Private view: Thursday 27th August 2015 6 – 8.30 p.m
Exhibition dates: 27/08/15 – 12/09/2015
Opening Hours: Thursday – Saturday 1 – 6 p.m or by appointment
Application and processing fee: £12 (via paypal) per application of up to two artworks per artist. The fee is non-refundable. Please include your PayPal Payment Reference Number when completing the ‘The Red Files’ application form.
* ‘The Red Files’ is open to artists living and working in London and the U.K only.
* Work across all media will be considered. There is no size restriction.
* Each Applicant can submit up to two pieces of work, saved as JPG files no larger than 1MB per image ( 2 images in total maximum per applicant).
* Each applicant should attach a one page CV when submitting their application (word doc or pdf).
*No late submissions will be accepted.
* The Gallery will not consider artists work with images larger than the 1MB per image limit. These applicants will not be considered.
*All works must have been made since 2014.
*Applicants should be aged 18 and over at the time of applying.
* Number each image to correspond to the work list on the application form.
* Schwartz Gallery reserves the right to not display any artwork that is significantly different from the art that was accepted from the submission.
* Work submitted must be available and remain on display until the end of the exhibition with selected artists signing a consignment form.
* Work will need to be collected at the end of the exhibition (Selected artists will be contacted regarding the delivery and collection dates). The gallery can arrange for work to be posted back to the artists as long as all costs and packaging have been covered by the artists.
* Artists are advised to insure their own works. The gallery will not be responsible for theft, loss or damage to their work.
* Once artists have delivered work, the hanging of the show will be the responsibility of the gallery/curator.
Exhibited works may be photographed for promotional purposes.
The gallery reserves the right to extend the application deadline and re-schedule the exhibition dates.
Please e-mail your completed application form and all required support materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and ‘The Red Files’ in the subject title. Please address your message to Ismail Erbil.
The Billboard Creative SUBMISSION PROCESS OPENING SOON
The Billboard Creative / TBC is working on the last few details before opening submissions for their Q4 2015 show. They have their guest curator lined up and will be announcing their Call to Artists and new submission process soon.
Sign up for their newsletter here to get their forthcoming Call to Submit your art.
I invite you to take part in a new joint initiative with the newly launched EN1 Prints of London, England. EN1 Prints are a brand new print-on-demand service offering and very good deals to contemporary artists ready and willing to sell limited edition prints of their original work.
Nicolaas Witsenkade 47-B
1017 ZV Amsterdam
The Netherlands / NL
The WYNG Masters Award welcomes photography submissions from all over the world. An annual, issues-based award headquartered in Hong Kong, this year’s theme is IDENTITY. Images must relate to the theme and be made in or relate to Hong Kong.
The deadline for submission is 15 September 2015 (23:59 Hong Kong time; GMT + 8:00).
From 15 June to 15 September 2015 the WYNG Masters Award invites both international and Hong Kong artists and image-makers to submit photographic-based work. The visual content must be related to Hong Kong and to the chosen theme IDENTITY. Finalists will be selected by a panel of international judges and their works will be exhibited in Hong Kong in Spring 2016. A full-colour catalogue will be published to coincide with the exhibition. The WYNG Masters Award will also host a series of talks, panels, and seminars during the exhibition period. The winner of WYNG Masters Award will receive a cash prize of HKD$250,000. Each of the six additional finalists will receive HKD$15,000.
The WYNG Masters Award international panel of judges is composed of industry leaders in photography, art, publishing, and non-profit. They include Zoher Abdoolcarim, Abby Chen, Louise Clements, Frank Kalero, Leung Po Shan, Mary Ann Camilleri, Theme Judge (to be confirmed).
For details on how to enter please visit Entry Rules.
“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else“
– Margaret Mead
Certain aspects of one’s individual identity such as race, gender, ancestry, genetic makeup and so on, come naturally at birth. One could, however, consciously choose other aspects such as nicknames, profession, religion, hairstyles, ways of life, gender expression et cetera, to make oneself more unique. Between choice and nature, there are aspects such as nationality, history, psyche and social roles, which influence our sense of identity. Identity could simply be personal disposition, or an unwilling imposition by the society at large.
If identification of self makes the person, collective identity allows for mutual recognition-security as well as solidarity. Group attributes, though, could be real or virtual, lasting or ephemeral, like one’s profile on social media. Overemphasis of the collective, however, could result in alienation, prejudice, confrontation and even enmity.
In the age of globalization, a local majority could easily become a minority in the wider world. As global citizens, we hope for and embrace the belief that elastic and flexible identities can bring diversity and progress, rather than confrontation.
If defining our collective identities in this city seems like an almost impossible pursuit, images could, perhaps, provide a platform to start.
“Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinion, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation“
– Oscar Wilde
Touch.My.Prints seeks projects, finished or in-progress, of photographic still lifes.
Touch My Prints is interested in the special way the photographic process can flatten space.
In the process of a studio still life the artist can have complete control over lighting, objects, composition, etc. This control allows for a constructed environment to showcase a wide range of concepts.
Touch My Prints seeks these highly controlled still lifes to showcase in TouchMyPrints ISSUE04.
Bodies of work will be prioritized over a series of individual images.
Submission Fee: Free
Please submit 3-5 works from a body of work (complete or in-progress) for ISSUE04. Please include a brief description of your body of work / artist statement. (250 words or less)
Please submit files at 300 dpi, with the longest side being 8 inches (2400 pixels), 8-bit and as a JPEG.
File Name would be Doe_Jane_01.jpeg
In the email (TouchMyPrints @ gmail .com) please list the following information for each image.
Title, Year Produced
Medium (i.e. Screenshot / Digital Photograph / Digital Collage)
Your Website (Professional Site / Twitter / Tumblr / etc)
Brief description of your body of work. (250 words or less)
Submit your own work.
Follow the guidelines.
Please email if you have questions.
SUBMISSION DUE DATE: July 20, 2015
Bridgeman Studio, Creative Review and Culture Label are sponsoring a competition called The Great Outdoors for artists to win:
Three artists will have their own product line created and sold at Wilderness Festival and on the CultureLabel website here
Grand Prize: a 500 GB Pound commission to design the Wilderness Festival map, distributed to all attendees at the festival in August.
The competition is open until 15th June 2015
Read more about the Competition Terms & Conditions here
ArtPOP! Promotes Artist’s Work on Available Billboard Space.
Wendy Hickey is promoting artists and beautifying America with her ArtPOP! program.
Selected artist’s work is printed large-scale on a vinyl material that is guaranteed to last outdoors for one full year. In some cases, the artists receive their vinyl to keep.
But Wendy also plans to create purses, wallets, and messenger bags from the vinyls to sell and further fund the ArtPOP! program.
If you’d like to help fund ArtPOP! or if you are an artist interested in participating in your city, you will find further details in this feature article in Xposy Multimedia Magazine.
— pivot art gallery is seeking artists who would like to have a portfolio of their work considered for presentation on the online gallery. Generally, a portfolio is up for a month beginning on the 15th of each month, after which a condensed version stays in the pivot art gallery archives.
— pivot art gallery is devoted to showcasing emerging aesthetics – that is, a sense of art viewed through various media, avenues of expression, and the intersection of these that reveals a unique contemporary arts perspective.
— edgy, conceptual, and otherwise challenging work encouraged !
— if interested, please email the following information:
link to site/portfolio | bio | artist statement | any other relevant info | your questions
to info [at] pivotartgallery.com
— to find out more about the gallery, visit the site and blog at www.pivotartgallery.com
— also interested in hearing from artists/writers who write about art and would like to publish on pivot art gallery
— there are no fees
Deadline: Fri Jul 31st, 2015