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Honfleur Gallery & Vivid Solutions has a CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS for their 2018 season in Honfleur Gallery and Vivid Solutions Gallery.
Applications are due May 1, 2017.
To Apply for Honfleur and Vivid Solutions Gallery artist should submit a portfolio via email by May 1, 2017 that includes the following:
• 5-20 JPEG images and/or videos (3 minutes or less in duration) of relevant work
o Indicate if work will be included in the exhibition, or if images are representative of new work that has yet to be produced
o Label with artist’s name and title of the work (e.g.
o Optional: Include dimensions, materials, year completed, and other pertinent information in a separate document
• Artist Statement
• Exhibition Description
• Current resume/CV
• Short bio
• Proposal for at least one related program (panel discussion, artist talk, workshop) costing one hundred dollars or less to execute
• Support information (URL of artist’s website or social media, articles, reviews, related press, past projects, etc.)
( If submitting as a curator, please include a list of artist names and Curatorial Statement)
Ends on January 13, 2018
Gallery Sitka, which is actually 2 Galleries filled with art of various styles, is located in town of Fitchburg, in Central Massachusetts, USA, has Calls for Artists. Gallery Sitka also manages The Bull Run’s Artist’s Walkway with the Current Show in Fitchburg: Comics!
Today, Gallery Sitka contacted me on Twitter to let me know that their current Call to Artists is for artwork on the theme Oceans! The show runs for all of February and March. Read the full details in their CALL TO ARTISTS here.
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And as always, you can find our extensive artist resource of art galleries here.
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center in San Antonio, Texas has several gallery spaces , project spaces, and arts programs.
Blue Star Contemporary will have an Open Call in January 2017 for 4 artists for their 3 month Berlin Residency –find details here. They are also exhibiting artists, now and into 2019, in a major city airport–find out more here.
The Blue Star Contemporary open call for National & International Artists invites you to submit a portfolio of your work to be considered for exhibition opportunities–the next call will open in the Spring of 2017. Blue Star exhibitions are curated from the pool of the top 10% of artists who submit their work.
To find out more about the many programs of Blue Star Contemporary Art Center click here.
Blue Star Open Call Opportunities for Artists here.
Submission Guidelines here.
Plan ahead in 2017. Keep up with thousands of opportunities in our International Art Gallery Directory e-list. In this e-list we’ve color highlighted art galleries accepting submissions and have added their submission guidelines and links to their guidelines for artists to review. If you are an artist you can quickly locate more opportunities for their art in the International Art Gallery Directory e-list available here and here.
There are so many art galleries accepting submissions! We’re giving you just a small sampling from our International Art Gallery Directory of over nine thousand art galleries. We’ve been working on this e-list for years and it has now reached over 550+ pages. This November and December we’ve reviewed the entire list checking every link and all details to be sure that you have access to the latest information. This is a great resource that we want artists to use. In our International Art Gallery Directory e-list we’ve color highlighted art galleries accepting submissions and added their submission guidelines for artists to quickly locate more opportunities for their art. Get the International Art Gallery Directory e-list here and here.
Today, we’re sharing this art gallery from our e-list resources — Gray Duck Gallery in Austin, Texas. If you are in artist in the Texas region, or would like to travel there, you might consider submitting a solo or group exhibition project proposal to Grey Duck Gallery.
Gray Duck Gallery accepts submissions for solo and collaborative group exhibits. Curatorial proposals are also accepted. Works in any media by artists at various stages in their career will be considered.
Please note that they are now accepting submissions only via email in .jpg (JPEG), .pdf, (Acrobat), or pps, (PowerPoint) formats. Include 5-10 digital images along with resume/CV, artist statement and website link. Read the full gallery submission guidelines here.
Yesterday, we posted here on how New York art galleries have begun to accept artist submissions on an ongoing basis.
As we double checking and triple checking every link in each gallery listing in our International Art Gallery Directory of over five thousand galleries–available here and here–we’re discovering more and more updated art gallery submission guidelines adopting this “more fluid” artist submission policy.
Here is another–
Art in General in New York City, writes– “Responding to the current state of artistic and curatorial practice, Art in General’s Open Call has shifted from its once-a-year online deadline to a more fluid model of receiving and reviewing artists’ work. Artists are encouraged to submit project proposals at any point throughout the year.” Proposals are accepted via email –read the full submission details here.
We’ve been busy double checking and triple checking every link in each gallery listing in our International Art Gallery Directory of over five thousand galleries–available here and here. Public art projects are listed in our Directory of Art Consultants here and here.
Some art projects put on exhibitions and public art projects. To save time and cut back on administrative tasks, many galleries and projects have begun accepting ongoing submissions.
The New York ARTBRIDGE PROJECTS is now accepting art submission on an ongoing basis! That means that your art submissions will be considered for all ArtBridge exhibitions that do not have sufficient time for an open call. Artists may submit as many individual pieces or series as they wish. Series must not exceed ten images. All genres of art, except film and video, are allowed –though film and video stills are permitted.
Art Bridge ArtBridge Projects
Click this Link to SUBMIT
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in this 800+ page e-list you will find more than 10,000+ art galleries across the USA and Internationally-
In this 800+ page e-list you will find over 10,000+ art galleries across the United States and around the world Internationally– listed under headings for each USA state and internationally under each country heading. Every gallery listed contains one or more clickable links to the gallery website and additional project spaces, plus such information as physical address, mailing address, email contact, and the gallery submission guidelines!
Created with the artist in mind, we include alternative exhibition space, artist-run art galleries and co-op galleries–and so that you are able to quickly identify current opportunities to submit your art–we’ve use red highlighted text to indicate galleries that have open calls for submissions, ongoing calls, rolling acceptance of artist submissions, art galleries that currently accept artist submissions, and galleries that accept artist exhibition proposals or have ongoing open submission policies.
As we continually review each gallery in this e-list, we’ve noted a new trend for more fluid art submission policies being adopted by art galleries. That is, rather than post an annual call for submissions, galleries are beginning to accept artist submissions year-round.
New galleries open all the time, and we endeavor to continually add them–as other galleries move, and expand into multiple locations we track their growth. Some galleries close temporarily and we are always happy when they do reopen, and endeavor to keep track of their status. When a gallery does close permanently, their websites often remain active and are great resources. When a gallery site does go down, we mark it Domains for sale, so that artists may purchase one or more to take advantage of established art buying traffic.
Universities have art galleries that accept exhibition proposals and you will find the details, application process and submission guidelines in this e-list.
Once you purchase this e-list, you will continue to receive the revised and updated versions, sent to you via email, periodically.
Completely and 100% reviewed, revised, expanded and updated November & December 2016, with regular ongoing monthly reviews and updating as needed.
Since Artist Marketing Resources became a part of what’s happening online, beginning in 2008, we’ve noticed more multi-purpose organizations springing up–such as Tumuult, based in Berlin, Germany–which has both online and live art projects. Tumuult is scheduled to open in November of this year as an interdisciplinary art gallery focusing on up-and-coming artists and environmental issues, working with both artists and scientists. Tumuult will be engaging with their public via pop-up installations and lectures. Plus, they are a creative agency involved in Interior Design and furniture design, and publishes limited edition prints, an art magazine, and art books in English, French, and German.
“Set Of Books In The Shape Of Flower” Image courtesy of Danilo Rizzuti at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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Artists, visit the Deep West Online Gallery page here for submission instructions.
Merge Arts, New York, is accepting submissions–click here for guidelines.
|After showing several of my paintings in a gallery in New Jersey, I received an invitation and news from another New Jersey Gallery named Gallery Aferro in Newark. They are working on a giant expansion that will literally quadruple the size of their gallery spaces, residency, recording studio, and printmaking shop. Gallery Aferro also has an Art Shop holiday sales event.
July 8, 2013 By Peter Crimmins, @petercrimmins In 13 years, Bridgette Mayer has built a successful art gallery in Philadelphia’s Washington Square. Her clients and artists span the globe. When she first started out as a consultant, she believed she…
Broadway Windows and Washington Square Windows are New York University exhibition program spaces.
The two Steinhardt Windows Galleries: Broadway Windows at Broadway and East 10th Street, and Washington Square Windows, on the east side of Washington Square Park will continue to feature professional artists. Contact Peter Campus with your proposal.
Art Resources Transfer, Inc.is a non-profit organization committed to documenting and supporting artists’ voices and work, and to making these voices accessible.
Since its founding in 1987, Art Resources Transfer has established A.R.T. Press primarily to publish books based on artist to artist conversations. The conversation format permits an informal investigation of the artists’ practice and the larger social issues that inform it. By virtue of their clarity, personal focus, affordability, and innovative method of distribution, these books make possible the presentation of contemporary artists and their work to a wide readership.
CITY ART Cooperative Gallery invites San Francisco Bay Area artists to apply for membership. > http://cityartgallery.org/join.html
I do know a bit about Asia, from having lived as an expatriate in Tokyo, Japan, India and Hong Kong for a total of 4 years. It’s well know that any traveler may put their bags down on a busy sidewalk in Tokyo and walk away, with many thousands of people streaming past, and the bags will go untouched. In Tokyo, I recall seeing a small leather purse up on a stone wall each day as I walked to a small grocery nearby the house I lived in. After a few days of seeing the purse there I became curious and had a look inside, surprised to find that it contained a quantity of cash! I even counted it. There was the equivalent of about $100USD in Japanese yen. Then I put the purse back on the wall. Locals commonly commented that “the person who dropped it may come back looking for it”–and that’s why no one touches purses or bags left on sidewalks. For an American to see that in a major urban area was quite amazing.
Of course there is a certain amount of crime in any county, but often in Asia it is organized crime and easily avoided. In China, I repeatedly encountered instances of superstition against cheating anyone in business. Small business owners considered it bad luck to cheat or steal from customers.
So what does that have to do with art galleries?
I have heard American artist state that they are fearful of shipping their art to foreign art galleries due to possible expenses from legal hassles. Based on my experiences, I would trust most Asian art galleries to sell my art should they be so inclined.
As part of my personal research, I have compiled
a list of Asian art galleries for American and European artists thinking about getting into the Asian art market.
You won’t need a knowledge of Asian languages or need to employ a translator. Even in 2013, many Americans seem to think that they will find it difficult to approach Asian art galleries due to a language barrier. But the over 200 art galleries in China that are on my list, link to websites in both English and Chinese–some sites are also in additional languages such as Japanese, Korean, and German.
The list of China art galleries consists primarily of galleries in the large cities of Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. A few of these galleries in Mainland China also have additional galley locations in Taipei, Taiwan, and Seoul, S. Korea.
Yes, the list contains elegant galleries such as Chambers Fine Art in an architectural space designed by architect Ai Wei Wei. Chambers Fine Art was established in New York in 2000, and is one of the leading galleries in the United States and China, along with famous James Cohen Gallery with locations in New York City and Shanghai, China.
But also, the list contains such galleries as–
State of the Art Gallery in Hong Kong, a somewhat lesser known that has a very Western image.
There are many others. So that artists seeking a fit for their work may access a broad range of opportunities I’ve include the a wide variety of art galleries on the list.
I am still adding Japanese art galleries to the list, and currently have 58 art galleries primarily located in Tokyo. If you are looking for art consultants in Asia, find our additional list of art consultants here. If you would like to license your art with Asian companies or find an Artist Agent, check this list.
As I wrote in a previous blog post, I’ve noticed a growing trend for art galleries to publish Calls for Artist Submissions. As I continue to research art galleries internationally, I also often find galleries that accept submissions on an ongoing basis, and have compiled these galleries into a list of thousands of links in PDF form, specifically as a resources for artists.
Here is an example of one gallery with submission guidelines posted on their website–
Tinney Contemporary, http://tinneycontemporary.com/
Artist Submissions Tinney Contemporary Gallery represents a diverse portfolio of internationally known artists. Our gallery’s focus is on contemporary painting, sculpture, and photography by established artists.
Submission Policy: Tinney Contemporary accepts jpeg format images on CD, color print outs, as well as digital portfolios. We do not return these materials so please do not send originals. Your submission should include images of your work, as well as resume, exhibition history, collections, and an artist statement. Please also include a cover letter with your name, address, phone number, and your website’s URL. We will contact you if we are interested in your work.
Gallery Contact: Susan Tinney Tinney Contemporary 237 5th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219
Electric Works Gallery is a gallery and print publisher. They’re holding an open house this evening from 7 – 8 p.m. in their new gallery location, that houses new workspace and a bookstore, at
1360 Mission Street (between 9th and 10th) San Francisco, California. Visit their website and check the artists they publish, here: sfelectricworks.com/
Electric Works began printmaking in 1981, working with artists who are masters of strong visual content and with each printmaking project they have combined traditional techniques with new contemporary art challenges in an attempt to reinvent just what a print is, making the most ambitious projects possible.
In the Electric Works online bookstore you will find several prints in limited editions of 100 selling for only $40.00 each.
I enjoy reviewing small art publishing companies such as Electric Works, though hard to categorize for our PDF resource lists–are they an art licensing company, a gallery or a store?
International Art Gallery list: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969593
Art Licensing Companies, Agents and Reps list: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969565
900+ Places to Sell your Art PDF list: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969611
I’ve added many more links to the 900+ Places to Sell Your Art list, and there are probably well over one thousand now, but I have not had time to count!
Our ebook guide helps you craft your professional art submissions–the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook is available as a PDF here: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969635
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Our rental space is now available for short or long-term basically, offer to the artist who wish to hold an exhibition in London/Shoreditch then we provide them with an opportunity to make it happen. Then we would love to get featured as local information on your website board. Images of our space are attached in this e-mail, so please find it out.
About ICN spaceICN space is a café and gallery space based in the creative business hub of Shoreditch which is presenting a new multi-purpose space on gallery-lined Leonard Street.
The aim of ICN (International Creative Network) is the distribution of creativity. UK and overseas artists working mainly in the contemporary art fields can use the ICN space for photography, installation, moving image and other exhibitions. In addition, it can also be used as a meeting space, workshop room, live event space, pop-up shop and more.
With this flexible exhibition space located in the heart of multicultural London, we are seeking ways to connect society and art with the hope that many forms of expression may become more accessible.
11:00 am – 6:00 pm (last day of exhibition until 5:00 pm)
Closed on Sundays but negotiable. (Hours are subject to change. )
96-98 Leonard Street; London EC2A 4RH
0207 729 7977