THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD
Submission deadline: February 7th, 2014
It’s LIQUID is proud to launch its International Photography Award: THE WORLD – Faces . Places . Spaces.
FREE submission and participation
Jurors will select the winning artwork which will be exhibited in Italy in April and an articleabout the artist will be published on It’s LIQUID website
- 1st place: the winning artwork selected by public vote will be exhibited in Spain in April and an article about the artist will be published on It’s LIQUID website
- 2nd place: an article about the winner and his/her work will be published on It’s LIQUID website
“THE WORLD – Faces. Places. Spaces” offers a vast field of possibilities for photographers to explore: from simple and every-day subjects related to city-life and people, to complexhybrids of identities, cultures and places as results of our contemporary WORLD.
EVERYBODY can participate FOR FREE! The Award is open to artists, students, architects, designers, PEOPLE!
To take part in the award send 1 HD image (of each of your artworks), along with artwork’s title, your name/surname, e-mail address and website (if you have one) to email@example.com. Each artist can submit a maximum of 10 artworks.
For an extensive PDF of Photographer Resources click here.
Adobe is making changes to their PDF services. They are requiring all files be moved to the Cloud where they can be accessed via any device–which is a plus for iPad users. But the monthly file storage fees will increase from $10. per month to $50. per month.
So we made the decision to increase the prices on Artist Resource PDFs to help cover the increased Adobe fees. Yes, we had sales right away at our new prices. Indicating that the prices had been very low, and are still quite reasonable, and that artists want and need our PDF resources.
One exception is that the price of our Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook remains the same.
Here is a list of our resources for artists–click on each to read the details–
Art Licensing companies, artist agents and artist representatives list PDF
Photographers Resources: International Photography Reps and agents, galleries + much more
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Since January 2014, when Artist Marketing Resources began offering the new International Photographers Resources, we’ve begun to receive more requests to post film-based calls, such as this one, from the Florean Art Museum about their International Experimental Film Festival 2014.
FIFE 2014 – International Experimental Film Festival
OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS!!!
Deadline: 21st of March 2014
Solo Exhibition -portfolio based
FIFE 2014 includes prize awards and a selection of works to be exhibited in open air.
For FIFE 2014 each participant is invited to submit two experimental films. One of the topic is: “The specificity of the experimental film as a medium” and/or the other one is: “Urban space”.
Florean Art Museum has a tradition in organizing international open calls dedicated to contemporary experimental films.
Here you can find the downloading version of Rules & Regulations:
Additionally, you can check our previous work at the following: http://www.cmc.ro/florean_museum/
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any enquiries!
Florean Art Museum Team
Originally posted on Gallerist:
For two years running, the website Artsy threw one of the glitziest parties at Art Basel Miami Beach, the 2012 edition a Chanel-sponsored blowout at Soho Beach House that went until 3 a.m. Just look at Patrick McMullan! Lenny Kravitz! The Brant Brothers! Dasha Zhukova! Wendi Murdoch! Demi Moore! Vito Schnabel! Pharrell Williams!
In December, their comparatively modest dinner was scheduled for the same time as Aby Rosen’s party, and not one of those names was in attendance.
Watercolors are the medium of New York artist Paul Rooms. He uses his skillful painting techniques to visually explore the human soul, meaning in metaphor, and his inner child. His subject matter and style are influenced by the painting traditions of his ancestral countries. “From the Flemish comes my surrealistic eye and to Italian art I owe color and construction”, says Paul, who was raised and educated in Italy. He professed his ardent love for certain ancient and modern masters–from Vermeer to Magritte, from Bosch to Steinberg–as he worked over the years to develop his own personal style of painting. Paul Rooms has had several solo exhibitions and his artwork is in many private collections world-wide.
Paul Room’s website contains an online shop of very reasonably priced artworks, at: http://www.paulrooms.com
Artists who love to use brilliant color in their work can enter the latest Saatchi showdown now open for submissions with an early February deadline.
There is no entry fee, and if you already have a portfolio of your art on the Saatchi online site, simply select the artworks you wish to submit with a click.
In addition to prizes, 10 finalists will exhibit their work at the Griffin Gallery, London, from 20 March-18 April 2014.
Here is the link to make your submission–www.saatchionline.com/showdown/view/showdown/17
Originally posted on Marie Kazalia's art:
Marie Kazalia has 5 paintings on paper and canvas in the 1StDibs Schroder Romero gallery store.
The 1StDibs site is where top art galleries expand their selling to reach online art buyers. Schroder Romero, a New York City based contemporary art gallery, set up an online sales shop on 1StDibs.
In dianne k webb’s painting, If I can’t dance, female heads with yellow hair and calligraphic arms dance across a city skyline. “I believe that art is a dance, a communication between artist and viewer…” says the artist. “As I work, I want to find myself exploring new perspectives—I want to feel uneasy, jarred, contemplative, or reflective as images, colors, textures clash or meld. I am fascinated by the moment of “ah ha!” of “really?” My work seeks to capture those moments and translate them conceptually, abstractly on the canvas, into words or through theater.
The titles dianne k webb’s has chosen for her paintings are, not surprisingly, filled with the language of dance and theater. In addition to being a painter, dianne is also the director of the Next Iteration Theater in Houston, Texas. Interestingly, the logo image dianne chose for her Next Iteration Theater website, is her own photograph of headless sculptural forms inside an ancient church in Paris.
The tiny human figures in dianne k webb’s painting titled El Malecon appear to be traversing the globe, while the forms in her painting titled But You Thrive seem to be pure abstract movement.
Also recurring in webb’s paintings, the viewer will find handwritten text as visual element. Refer back to the Next Iteration Theater logo image and note that the headless sculptural forms are holding books in their arms. And so we see the recurring visual elements of the artist’s themes of text, the writing of the playwright, human figures, movement, and abstract forms in motion as they seem to move into place to suggest form, connect, and disperse to dance again on a stage. Or, as the artist herself wrote, her paintings are– “a statement laid bare until picked up and incorporated into a new narrative.”
Visit dianne k webb’s artist site www.diannekwebb.com
Next Iteration Theater website www.nextiterationtheater.com
Follow dianne on Twitter https://twitter.com/diannekwebb
and on Facebook www.facebook.com/diannekwebbarts
Many artists who sell their work online would also love to gain gallery representation to increase their reputation. But how do you find a gallery for your work? The good news is that there are a lot of art galleries out there that accept submissions from artists! Locating the right ones for you may seem an impossible chore. We know. We’ve been researching galleries for years. To help artists we make our research available in our 200+ page International Art Gallery PDF
Here are just a few examples from our PDF of International art galleries–all in the United States–
Altered Esthetics in Minneapolis, Minnesota and ArtistRun Gallery in Long Island City, New York are two that make it easy for artists to submit.
Altered Esthetics has an online submission form on their site–www.alteredesthetics.com plus an email address specifically for artists to use for making submissions for consideration for future exhibitions.
ArtistRun Gallery, Long Island City, New York, also has an online submissions form.
When you visit gallery sites be sure to read their submissions policies–which change frequently–
Recently, the La Luz de Jesus gallery in Los Angeles, a top influential gallery of lowbrow, post-pop and pop-surrealist art, revised their submission policy to accept artist submissions from Oct 1st – December 31st only.
Some art galleries have Artist Liaisons on staff who prefer to receive email submissions and no phone calls from artists.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery in San Francisco, has submission guidelines on their site that state– “Artist submissions are only accepted via email with the subject line “Submissions.” Include 72dpi images or an artist website for consideration.”
If you are confident that you have a good sense of how to write a cover letter and that the jpeg images of your art are properly sized and labeled, then you can submit via email to any art gallery that accepts submissions. If you need help with your approach, read the ebook Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions.
Luna Rienne Gallery, also in San Francisco, has this statement on their website–”We seek new artists and curators to assist in expanding our existing program. Please send online portfolios and proposals to (email address provided)”
Artists, we’ve made it easy for you to review many more international art galleries that accept artist submissions by providing the links to thousands of international art galleries listed in our resource PDF–International Art Galleries.
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The Admin of this venue asked me to share POPPOSITIONS 2014 open call.
“We would be very grateful if you could spread it across your channels,” they said.
POPPOSITIONS, which takes place during art Brussels, is not the usual commercial with white cubes, but rather an experiment with the fair format, changing location for each edition and with a clear site-specific focus. Their third edition will take place in the Dexia Art Centre, Brussels, in April 2014. Applications are open until 14 February.
POPPOSITIONS http://poppositions.com is now welcoming submissions for its third edition, which will be held from 24-27 April 2014 in parallel with Art Brussels in the former
Dexia Art Center building.
Their site is in English, Dutch and French http://poppositions.com
- There is no fee to hire the space.
- We charge 35% commission on sales for the duration of the show.
I’d like to see more organizations in the US offer gallery space to artists in similar programs and learn of others that do.
Max Schoenbaum just launched the website,Three Day Gallery , which is a place for people to come see great new artwork each day by different artists. Every day Three Day Gallery features one new piece of art work and offers a chance to buy a discounted print of that piece for three days (72 hours) in their Spotlight Homepage Gallery. Once the Three Days is over the Artist can choose to sell the print in the Gallery where the artist gets to set the Royalty they receive from each print sold.
Three Day Gallery provides a selected artist with a custom profile, exposes the artist to the gallery’s audience of daily viewers, plus the artist retains full ownership of their work. If you are interested, please visit the Three Day Gallery website. Or Submit using the link http://www.threedaygallery.com/submitnew/
Check out the Three Day Gallery Facebook page to see examples; and like their page to stay updated!
Here is the link to a good description of the book, plus the first reader’s review http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HNVR200
You don’t have to own a Kindle device to read this ebook. You can download a free Kindle app as follows:
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Photographers Resources: International Photography Representatives and Photographer Agents, Print Sales Publishers, Gallerists and More in our new PDF!
New! Available for this first time now in early 2014. To get this PDF click here.
Our new PDF list contains the email contacts and clickable links to the websites of dozens of fine art photographer agents and photographer representatives internationally.
This PDF also lists photography galleries in the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, South America and more.
In this PDF you will find clickable links to international fine art and commercial photography publishers, art licensing companies and publishers, stock photo resources and digital photography resources, art consultants seeking photographs + art videos for their corporate clients. This PDF has categories of resources for photography organizations, photography grants and fellowships, and photography magazines and blogs that accept submissions from photographers and publish photography, as well as many other resource categories. Any resources useful to fine art photographers, and fine art photographers who also do some commercial work, are listed in this PDF.
We know that photographers want more visibility for their work. Want to earn an income from their photographs, and advance their careers and increase their reputations. We research and continually add new links, resources, and contact information you can use on this PDF list.
This PDF Content list Categories:
- Photography Agents and International Photography Representatives
- Agents Representing Photographers and other artists
- Stock Photography and Digital Resources/Monetize Your Images
- Online Galleries and Print Sales for Photographers
- Art Collector Sites and groups interested in photography
- Photography Galleries and Organizations: Europe Photography Galleries, USA, Canada, South American Photography Galleries, Australia and Asia Photography Galleries
- Galleries that Represent Artists and Photographers
- Museums and Photography Curators and Critics
- Photography Communities and Artist Registries
- Apps for Sales and Promotions
- Photography Awards, Grants, Fellowships
- International Art Consultants that purchase photographs
- Photography Publishers
- Art Licensing Companies that contract with photographers
- Copyright Organizations
- Photography Magazines, Blogs, books to submit to for feature exposure
- merchandising /Branding Agents and Reps Internationally
- MISC: Film, TV, Video Resources
- Print Resources for Photographers
Get this PDF here.
Each new year in Hong Kong and other parts of China, the Chinese people throw away their old shoes and buy new shoes. This is a wonderful symbolic gestures to walk in new shoes in the new year or to not walk in old ways. While you may not wish to throw away your shoes, you can *walk differently* or take a new approach on a new path in your art career. Take positive steps this year by starting off with new information in this ebook guide.
Get yours here.
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New! Will be available in 2014 Photographers Resources: International Photography Reps and Agents +
This new Photographers Resources PDF currently has numerous pages of information that we are working to build and expand upon to be released and available in early 2014. This new list contains the email contacts and clickable links to the websites of photographer agents and photographer representatives internationally. This PDF lists photography galleries in Europe, USA/Canada/South America, Asia & Australia,as well as, fine art photography curators and critics, fine art and commercial photography publishers, art licensing companies and publishers, stock photo resources and digital photography resources, photography organizations, and photography magazines and blogs that accept submissions from photographers. We know that photographers want more visibility for their work. Photographers want to earn an income from their photographs, advance their careers and increase their reputations– and we are confident that this PDF resource list will save you time in locating newly researched contracts, new sites, new links, new resources, and new contact information you can use.
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