[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Holy Art Gallery announces a call for artists for the Art On Loop exhibition in Berlin, Germany.
Enter by: 16 December 2023
Artists from all countries may submit their works for consideration. The Art On Loop exhibition is open to all mediums including, but not limited to, painting, photography, printmaking, video art, installation, films, sculpting, mixed media, poems, and illustration. The theme for the exhibition is open. The Holy Art Gallery strives to create an inclusive space for all artists and encourage submissions from diverse backgrounds.
About The Holy Art Gallery
The Holy Art Gallery’s mission is to provide a platform for artists to showcase their work and find new buyers. The gallery strives to make sure that each customer finds the perfect piece of art that speaks to them. The gallery has a selection of contemporary, traditional, and modern artwork. With its modern interiors, the gallery strives to create an inspiring atmosphere for both emerging and established artists. It features rotating exhibitions from around the world, offering something new with each visit. The gallery houses a permanent collection of sculptures, paintings, and photographs. The gallery has become a hub for culture and creativity, hosting events like artist talks, film screenings, and live music.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Holy Art Gallery announces a call for artists for the Monorama hybrid virtual art exhibition. Be part of the most exciting virtual art gallery, according to the British GQ Magazine.
Artists from all countries are welcome to submit their artwork for consideration. Submit artwork in any medium. The theme of the exhibition is open.
Apply by: 23 September 2023
There is no charge to submit your application. A fee (£55) is applied per artist once they have been selected for the exhibition.
Monorama exhibition dates: 28 September – 28 October 2023
Each participant in the virtual show will also show on two dedicated screens in a London art gallery. One of the screens in located on the gallery walls and the second one is facing towards our window and is live 24/7.
For purchases of works, buyers are directed to the artists. Zero percent (0%) commission from any sold work. If buyers wish to purchase straight from the gallery, they charge 10% to cover bank fees.
I showed my artworks twice at The Holy Art Gallery and both times I have found a very friendly and caring team. You can tell they run the gallery and the shows with passion offering the artists the possibility to best exhibit their works. – Giuseppe Migale
About Holy Art Gallery
The Holy Art Gallery is an art gallery with an international crowd. Their mission is to provide a platform for emerging artists to showcase their work and discover new talent. They offer a range of exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops designed to engage both the local community and global visitors. The gallery is open seven days a week, offering something new every day. From traditional painting exhibitions to interactive installations, the gallery strives to foster an appreciation for all art forms.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Boomer Gallery announces an invitation to creators across all visual arts disciplines: The Boomer Art Prize. The gallery welcomes wholeheartedly passionate artists from both local and international backgrounds to submit their artwork. The gallery welcomes all artists, whether emerging or established, to share their unique voices and visions. The gallery’s quest is to discover diverse creativity from all corners of the world.
Enter by: 25 September 2023
For a nominal fee of only £35, submit three of your artworks to The Boomer Art Prize. Each additional artwork beyond the initial three adds a cost of just £10.
Artists of any country, age, and background can apply. Submit works that have been previously exhibited or published. There are no thematic limitations. 2D works should not exceed 230×230 cm. 3D artwork (sculptures, installations) should not be bigger than 230 cm high and 150 cm wide on any side. Apply with a minimum of 3 works and a maximum of 5.
- The 50 preselected artists will be listed on the Boomer Gallery website on October 10, 2023
- The jury will meet and select the 20 winners of the competition on October 20, 2023
- The final results will be available on the Boomer Gallery website on October 22, 2023
The gallery does not contact each artist applicant individually regarding the open call results. Check the gallery’s website on October 22, 2023, to see the results. The 50 preselected artists will be contacted individually.
- Anthony Fawcett: Esteemed art critic and historian known for his extensive collaborations with globally-renowned artists. His illustrious career boasts of interactions with icons such as Man Ray, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Andy Warhol, and his guidance in the “Anthony Fawcett Archive” project with the Tate Gallery.
- Tabish Khan: An art critic specializing in London’s art scene, Tabish is the visual arts editor for Londonist. He regularly contributes to Culture Whisper and writes for FAD’s “What’s Wrong With Art?” series. His dedication to supporting artists is displayed in his trustee roles at ArtCan and City & Guilds London Art School.
- Constantin Cosmin: An internationally acclaimed visual artist and co-founder of Boomer Gallery. As an editor at Boomer Magazine and a featured artist on Artsy, Constantin offers a unique perspective to the panel, drawing from his extensive firsthand experience in the art world.
The Boomer Art Prize Artist Benefits
Successful applicants will receive £10,000 in cash awards and exhibition opportunities in an iconic gallery space near Tower Bridge, London.
- 1st place – £5,000 and a solo show
- 2nd place – £3,000 and inclusion in two group shows
- 3rd place – £2,000 and inclusion in one group shows
- 4th to 20th place winners – included in one of the group shows
Cash awards will be paid to the winners within 48 hours after validating the votes. All 20 winners will be contacted individually regarding exhibition dates, delivery, and other details. The solo show is planned for January 2024, but the exact dates will be mutually agreed upon between the gallery and the winner of the 1st place. The group show is scheduled for November 2023. All winners will be contacted individually at least three weeks in advance. Should any of the winners wish to attend the show in person but face visa restrictions, the gallery will provide a letter of recommendation. This letter will be stamped and signed by both the gallery and the three esteemed judges of this grand competition.
About Boomer Gallery
Boomer Gallery is a unique platform for artists around the world, standing out for its diverse showcase of talent and remarkable curation led by art critic and historian Anthony Fawcett. The gallery transcends cultural boundaries, bringing to light emerging artistic gems and providing them a global stage.
The gallery is committed to promoting artistic expression in all its forms and facilitating the growth and recognition of artists. They do more than just host exhibitions, they catalyze artists’ journeys and create a ripple effect of creativity and innovation in the global art community – a unique blend of support, exposure, and reward.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts (SkopArt) located on the Greek Island of Skopelos announces a call for artists for the Greek Island Residency for 2024. Residency studios are equipped for painters, printmakers, ceramicists, and sculptors and are for three weeks from April – October. Perched high above the Aegean Sea, find a welcome respite from the hurly-burly world. Feel freedom to work in the only studio that offers most mediums in Greece. Experience the food, history, landscape, music, and welcoming people of the island.
Apply by: 20 March 2023
The Greek Island Residency has much to offer all ages and needs. A younger artist may need to boost their resume. Another may be working on a deadline for a project and require the time to work alone and concentrate on it. Others may need time away from their culture and environment to find a different form of inspiration. Some bring friends or families so they may spend their free time in other pursuits. Others enjoy the exchanges that occur with artists working in the studio in different mediums or the same medium.
The journey to the island on ferry presents all residents with a 3-hour experience that is relaxing to the spirit and visually exciting as one leaves the shore and first arrives at the Port of Skiathos. It then continues for another hour to the Port of Skopelos. The quaint villages with red tile and slate roofs dot the mountains. The lush pine forests of Skopelos are in view. The coves and beaches tucked away from full view stir the imagination and call for exploration. The staff at Skopelos wishes the residents to find freedom to explore, experiment, and expand their artistic expressions.
Greek Island Residency Artist Benefits
SkopArt hopes that the residency will allow the artists to network with other talented artists, learn about a new culture, and enjoy down time from their busy lives. They allow first time residents so SkopArt can be a springboard to other residencies. Many artists have breakthroughs in their work because they have the time to think about new ideas. The island is incredibly inspiring with the gorgeous pine tree forests that go all the way down to the deep blue Aegean Sea. It is a safe environment so artists can walk freely through charming and quaint Skopelos town day or night.
About Skopelos Foundation for the Arts
The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts was established as a non-profit organization in 1999 by the Founder, Gloria Carr. For years, it was her vision to create a studio for artists. She wasn’t sure where it would be set up until 1996 when she visited the island of Skopelos.
Skopelos is a unique island with the contrast of light and color. It is the greenest island located in the Northern Sporades. The locals add to the extraordinary flavor of the island and this is where Gloria Carr decided to create a studio.
The mission of the Foundation is to promote the visual arts and education in the arts through cultural exchanges. Guided by the Hellenic history and culture, the Foundation promotes artistic dialogue between the Greek, American, and International communities of artists.
The ceramics area is open raw space with a gorgeous view of the neighboring island, Alonnisos. There are two electric kilns, two wheels on site, and a wood-burning kiln. The Foundation is affiliated with Nikos Rodios, who is a world-renowned potter and known for his patented firing technique that creates a beautiful onyx that he applies to his work modeled after ancient utilitarian pieces.
The printmaking facilities overlook the Aegean Sea, with lots of windows so that the artists always see the light and the constantly changing colors of the water. The studio has equipment so it can accommodate the beginner to the most advanced.
The Foundation has a Board of Directors which is made up of businesspeople, artists, and university professors from Florida, Chicago, New York, and Washington, DC. It is affiliated with some of the top Universities including Arizona State University, George Mason University, Gulf Coast College, Marymount University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Corcoran School of Art + Design, Pratt Institute, The University of Florida, and Michigan School of Art + Design. The Foundation has worked with top workshop directors such as Pavel Amromin, Steve Cushner, Georgia Deal, Linda Goodman, Kathleen King, Mitch Lyons, Tammy Marinuzzi, Dennis O’Neil, and Suzy Birstein.
Skopelos is a place that takes the imagination beyond what one thinks is possible if you allow it. It is for the flexible adventurer that wants to create and be engulfed by the Greek culture. If you want to have an experience you will never forget, come work on your own or in one of the workshops.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Holy Art Gallery announces a call for artists for the 2023 Best Asian Artist virtual competition. Submit works in any medium. This is an open theme exhibition. Artists from all countries are welcome to submit their works for consideration. You are welcome to submit works in any medium.
Enter by: 29 December 2023
There is a chargeable fee ($55) for up to 3 x artworks.
Cash prizes available.
All Best Asian Artist participants will be included in an art loop on a dedicated screen in the Holy Art Gallery’s London location. Opening nights are often attended by 400 people.
The Holy Art Gallery’s website has 1,500 daily users. Their newsletter has 20,000 subscribers and Instagram account has 50,000 followers.
For artwork purchases, buyers will be directed to the artists. 0% commission from any sold work. 100% of funds go to the artist.
I have to say your exposition is really impressive. At first when I saw your open calls I didn’t think it would be a virtual environment but I was surprised. Your virtual environment shows you pay attention to detail, it’s not just the room itself, it has assets and makes it feel like a real space you would contemplate art, lights above the paintings, benchs, little plant pots, windows and open spaces, even fire extinguishers were added to the mockup, all that makes it feels like a safe space. I also really liked the way you organized your artists, they seem to complement each other and a lot of rooms had cohesion in style even if the whole exposition had variety. A lot of different levels of technic and different mediums too which allows a lot of artists to expand and grow no matter the stage, overall a lot of diversity but still consistent. It made me feel included in the art world, and sometimes as a young artist you don’t know how to seek that without feeling overwhelmed. This was a nice choice. It was really nice participating in The Art Of Self Regulation, it gave me a very nice experience for my first exposition even if online, and a somewhat similar feeling to what it’s to participate in a collective one. The team was really patient with me and I’m glad. – Tear
I’m Qöruja artist based in Valladolid (Spain). It has been a wonderful experience to work with The Holy Art Gallery. The virtual exhibition Cosmosis is an awesome project. I highlight from this gallery the incredible work, the kindness, disposition and professionalism. A great reference and pride for art! I will be happy to continue working and collaborating with them. – Imelda Hidalgo Zan/Qöruja
Right now, there is a surge of independent creatives wanting to do it themselves. The D.I.Y wave is probably the right term to use. Yet we can only get so far when we do it ourselves, trust me, I know, this is when collectives like the Holy Art become essential. Not only have they built a collective from the ground up, starting with facilitating virtual exhibitions for hundreds and hundreds of aspiring and emerging artists but they have created a platform for others to be seen, heard, and appreciated, three things we creatives want. The effort placed into what they are doing is not shallow, there is a real depth in wanting to display the works of creatives that are not being given the light of day. Something we do not see in the creative industry. They are not hard to reach, truly an email away from beginning your creative endeavour and I highly recommend you doing so. – Jaffar Aly
The NOSTALGIA exhibition was the first virtual show I participated in. Before that the very idea of showcasing my tactile textile art pieces in a digital space was absolutely abhorrent to me. However, the superb Holy Art team completely changed my view on it. The exhibitions are curated with so much care and the translation of a physical gallery space into a virtual one is done with great love to detail. I am glad I submitted my work and am grateful for the opportunity I was given be able to introduce my art to a broad, completely new and international audience I would not have reached with a physical show. From start to finish it has been a pleasure and. wonderful experience and a big part of that was thanks to the brilliant Holy Art team. – Vivien Reinert
The Holy Art are a wonderful gallery to work with. Their shows are articulately curated to show the best of contemporary art. – Emma Coyle
Glad to be part of this mesmerising virtual exhibition with artists from many different countries. With “Genesis”, art and new technologies create a new dimension and allow everyone, everywhere, to travel beyond time and space – Isabella Morandi
My name is Joanna Jass and I have had the honor of having my work exhibited, twice this year, with The HolyArt Gallery, in their virtual exhibition space. From submission to exhibition, the process has been fluid, professional with fínese and ease. Being able to deal with The Holy Art directly, throughout the process, aided this, and is what makes their group, stand out from others for Art calls. Not only do they showcase brilliant and extraordinary art within a stunning space but they look after the artist too and I respect that hugely! Right down to a simple audio, which is played during the virtual tour, (probably taken from an exhibition opening). Each detail has been thought about and fine-tuned, handled with care. I can not fault it! – Joanna Jass
I loved being a part of The Holy Art exhibition: Atopos! They are great communicators and the exhibition was truly unique. During Covid, when we can’t show our work in person, the amazing virtual walkthrough exhibition experience was very futuristic and accessible. It was a great way to be able to show my work to an international audience with an interesting format, as well as a way to link to other artists and possible clients. Thank you! – Hannah Witner
My first digital exhibition and so happy it was with The Holy Art! The virtual exhibition room was done really professional, the artists participating had beautiful artwork. The submission went quick and clearly, perfect website! Really happy to be part of this and probably again in the future! – Enso Artwork
It was a wonderful experience working with The Holy Art Gallery for the Revolution: Art and Change exhibition. They had the dedication to curate the exhibition to everyone’s needs and to exhibit artist’s work to promote their work in the best way possible. – Daniella Chamborro
I will always think fondly of The Holy Art Gallery for it has been my first London venue I was given the opportunity to show at. The approachability and work ethics of the team are exceptional making the whole experience of gallery – artist relationship easy and positive. The pre-promotion of the show, its Private View organisation, general artist care, and the continuous marketing during the rest of the well curated exhibition were faultless. A truly wonderful collective helping artists to be seen in an otherwise noisy world. – Veronika Lavey
I had a very good experience participating in the open call for virtual exhibitions. As a self-taught artist, it can be difficult to get an early show because you don’t have a connection to the art world, but THE HOLY ART is equally welcoming. The quality of the virtual exhibitions is excellent, and the promotion on SNS shows a very positive atmosphere at the gallery. It is a valuable gallery that helps all artists grow, regardless of their stage of career. I am grateful to have found a very conscientious gallery! – oxq
Having recently set myself up on Instagram as a platform to promote my work, I stumbled across The Holy Art whilst searching for open call and gallery opportunities. What initially grabbed my attention was their minimalist website and IG page which allowed the art to stand out. Since I first approached them in May 2021 I have been lucky enough to be chosen to feature in several of their virtual and physical exhibitions; Symphonia, Utopia, Revolution, and Cosmosis. From the start, I was very impressed with their professional and friendly nature. They know how to engage with artists and are quick to respond to any communication. Their promotional materials are sent out in good time and they will promote exhibitions and individual artists as promised on social media. It has been a pleasure working with The Holy Art thus far and I hope to build on the relationship. Having the support of an established gallery such as The Holy Art has been a great confidence boost. Thank you – Christopher Barrett
Working with you was very interesting for me and contributed to my personal development. Everything was very well organized, from open calls to souvenirs in your art market. The PR campaigns of the exhibitions were exciting, everyone wanted to drop in and look at something special. Your uniqueness is respect for all the artists you work with. I hope we will work together again! – Toma Savelyeva
My name is Guto Ajayu! artist based in Madrid, Spain. My experience with THE HOLY ART was very positive! It is a professional and serious gallery! I am very happy with my experience with them and I hope to continue collaborating in the future! – Guto Ayaju
Having my artworks chosen for the Genesis Virtual exhibition is a true honour! The Holy Art team has done an incredible job curating this gorgeous exhibition. In Rooms 1 and 2 you will find a variety of artworks, covering many styles and media, coming together beautifully. My experience with The Holy Art has been fantastic. Throughout the submission, selection and exhibition process, the amazing team was there for all my questions. Their timely support was truly impeccable and as professional as it gets! Thank you The Holy Art team!! – Clara Lemos
Its such an honor to be chosen to exhibit my work in a virtual exhibition of this wonderful gallery! They did such a great job to simulate a gallery. The artworks that are exhibited are very interesting as well. I had such a wonderful time looking around. Keep doing your amazing job guys and thank you! – Valeria Ganzman
I think online exhibition is a very convenient and good way to display artist works. You can see different works from anywhere and at any time. You can watch each author’s unique interpretation over and over again I guess this is the best way in this situation. – Zhang Fan
It’s fantastic to work with The Holy Art！As an artist，I am glad to see their patience and profession. The Holy Art offers a convenient and creative opportunity for collectors and artists from all world, especially under the pandemic circumstance. I appreciate their diversified and Avant-garde style which I can see from their previous exhibitions. It’s grateful to have a chance to cooperating with them. – Meng Lu
In a sea of art galleries, The Holy Art Gallery stands out as a highly professional one with a broad knowledge and sensibility for quality art works. Their exhibitions are thoroughly thought out and and the viewer gets to experience the curating finesse the team posses in the choice and in the placing of the works. For me as a young artist it was a pleasure to be selected to display my sculptures with the gallery and I am looking forward to further collaborations. – Aleksandra Belic
About The Holy Art Gallery
The Holy Art Gallery has two permanent spaces, Athens and London. With an ever growing audience, the gallery has captured the attention of mainstream media and been featured in Harpers Bazzar Malaisia, Diner’s CLub Ecuador, Mega Channel Greece, and GQ Magazine UK.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Holy Art Gallery announces a call for artists for the 2023 Best American Artist virtual exhibition. Submit works in any medium. This is an open theme exhibition.
Enter by: 5 November 2023
Any American artist from any background can submit their work. There is no charge to submit your application. A fee ($55) is chargeable to the artist once they have been selected for the exhibition.
Virtual shows have a reach of 3.5 million people weekly. First place prize is $1000.
For artwork purchases, buyers will be directed to the artists. 0% commission from any sold work. 100% of funds go to the artist.
About The Holy Art Gallery
The Holy Art Gallery is a group of companies and young art organization. With two permanent galleries, a series of art fairs, and pop up events, the gallery offers a unique boost for artists attempting to differentiate their art.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Fontys announces a call for artists for for the international Master Performing Public Space (PPS) focused on a variety of art disciplines who currently focus on public space as their artistic environment. The program is committed to understanding how cultural developments can produce meaningful change within our shared spaces, based on the idea that public space exists only when it is socially performed.
In a time in which political and social structures are re-considered heavily, PPS offers a flexible and innovative environment to artistically question, redefine and reclaim public space in its broadest sense. Combining an interdisciplinary range of approaches and subjects, with an equally diverse range of research methods, PPS creates the opportunity for artists to explore their practice and its potential in public space. Creatives with a background in theatre, dance, circus, music, fine arts, architecture, digital arts, and graphic design are welcome to join this program.
Apply by: 31 March 2023
Master Performing Public Space Program format
- Blended-learning program: continuous online education and bootcamps (intensive weeks hosted on-site in Tilburg, the Netherlands)
The primary goal of the program is to enable students to adopt an independent and critical reflective attitude while inventively switching between different roles in the organizational process of their artistic research. This Master offers its students the necessary tools to perform critically and effectively as artists and researchers, able to navigate complex modes and methods surrounding the contemporary artistic process and result.
Why this study?
- International art and research community
- Individual coaching and collective experimentation
- Work in an interdisciplinary setting
- Strengthen critical and artistic positioning
- 24/7 access to the online learning platform
“Performing Public Space helped me develop the vocabulary and mindset for investigative artistic practice which I can apply to solve pressing spatial issues, both digital and physical.”
– Helen Scarlett O’Neill / Artist / PPS graduate 2020 / UK
The Master Performing Public Space is part of Fontys Fine and Performing Arts in Tilburg. Fifteen different art courses are taught at Fontys Fine and Performing Arts. Dance, music, visual arts, design, theatre, and circus can all be found within this institute.
Fontys Fine and Performing Arts’ ambitions includes development into an interdisciplinary arts institute that collaborates in a dynamic way with partners from the professional field. In the process, Fontys distinctly wants to search for connection with international partners. In our urban and regional areas, Fontys wants to be an indicator and a collaboration partner, participating in relevant activities based on knowledge, experience, and creativity.
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Image: Lukáš Palatinus / Jitka Čechová, PPS Graduate 2022
[Sponsored Listing] Artist’s Eye Books announce a call for artists and illustrators for Artist’s Eye On Galway, a beautifully finished publication prominently displaying the works of art that celebrate the wonderful locations and landmarks of Galway City and County, Ireland. It will be a visual tour of these places as viewed through the artists’ eyes.
Deadline: 31 Jan 2022
Artists will feature prominently in a published book, along with their details and links to their website/social media accounts. These will be promoted nationally, online, and to a private list of art collectors and patrons.
From the works accepted to our publication, a number of these will be featured in a physical launching exhibition which will be held in Galway City, Ireland, in a prominent city-centre hotel during July 2022 when tourists flock to this thriving city of the arts.
About Artist’s Eye Books
Artist’s Eye Books is founded and run by a group of local artists. Being artists, they understand how difficult it can be to get exposure and exhibition time. They are dedicated to giving this access to other artists. Artist’s Eye has teamed up with a local independent publisher who is delighted to be able to organize the publishing and printing aspects of the project. The publisher has a track record of creating good-quality printed books.
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[Sponsored Listing] The BARON Book Prize is an annual prize, which recognizes book projects from emerging artists and image-makers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality, and identity politics.
The prize is open to artists and image-makers working in any medium, from anywhere in the world, over the age of 18. The winner will receive the opportunity to work with BARON in publishing their book project. The winners will be announced in December 2021, and their book published as part of BARON’S summer 2022 catalogue, with global distribution.
Deadline: 31 Oct 2021
The Baron Book Prize 2021 is judged by an industry panel who will create a shortlist of the best submissions to decide a winner. The winner will be judged on their book’s concept and how this has influenced the rationale behind the construction of their book, outcome, and design.
Baron Book Prize Judges
- Rut Blees Luxemburg is an artist, academic, and curator whose work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including Tate Modern, London and Centre Pompidou, Paris. Blees Luxemburg is a research fellow on the photography MA at the Royal College of Art, London and the co-founder of FILET, an exhibition space for experimental art production. In 2020, Blees Luxemburg was awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society of the United Kingdom.
- Mohammad Al-Hasani is the director of Vice Versa distribution. Based in Berlin, Vice Versa specializes in architecture, art, design, fashion, film, photography, and theory, with wide-ranging visibility for its programme. Vice Versa carries a carefully-curated list of publishers, including distribution for Baron in Europe.
- Stephen Male began his career as the art director of i-D magazine. In 2008, he relocated to New York to become the art director of American Vogue. Male’s work has been featured in design annuals, books, and publications such as 100 Years of Magazine Covers by Steve Taylor and Neville Brody and Modern Magazine Design by William Owen. Male has been recognized with numerous awards including the coveted D&AD Pencil for best editorial art direction for i-D magazine.
- Cinsy Tam is the assistant creative director and editor of BARON. Tam has worked on many of BARON’S book releases including books by Petra Collins and Bruce LaBruce and the BARON Prize for art and photography.
About Baron Books
BARON was launched in 2011 publishing books about sex, sexuality, gender, and identity politics through a fine art or fashion lens. Past books have included books by Canadian film director Bruce LaBruce, photographer Petra Collins, artist Namio Harukawa, Versace, photographer Harley Weir, and fashion photographer Tyrone Lebon. Baron’s books are stocked worldwide in 26 different markets, in concept stores, book shops, and museum stores. Many of Baron’s books are in collections, including the book collections at MoMA, NYC and The LUMA Foundation.
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