BBA Gallery in Berlin, Germany announces an art call for the Photography Prize. They will offer four shortlisted artists an exhibition during Berlin Photo Week at BBA Gallery in October 2019.
The gallery team will select the shortlisted artists. A jury consisting of the gallery directors and industry professionals will then decide on the winner. There are no restrictions in terms of theme, photography medium, or educational background. Installations and conceptual works are welcome. Early applications end 31 July, general deadline 5 September.
Four shortlisted photo artists exhibit at BBA Gallery in October 2019 during Berlin Photo Week. WhiteWall will sponsor the production of all selected photo works for the exhibition. In addition, each shortlisted artist receives a software package by Skylum and promotion through the gallery’s website, PR, and social media channels.
The Photography Prize winner is selected by a jury and will receive an artist profile on the gallery platform Artsy through BBA Gallery. WhiteWall will present the winner’s works in their showrooms with a touring solo show.
About BBA Gallery
BBA Gallery works with emerging and mid-career artists. These are industry terms, labels that help simplify complexity. Artists don’t need a label – they need a champion: a committed gallery who kicks doors for them, introduces their work to collectors, and shares their vision with the world.
That’s why BBA Gallery launched in 2017. They find and represent artists with unique talent and ideas, a strong vision, and a compelling style. Age or education are not the most important criteria. BBA Gallery is more interested in authenticity, perseverance, professionalism, and outstanding artworks, no matter the medium.
BBA Gallery began as an artist-run project space in 2015. The ethos has been clear since then – to seek out talented and passionate artists and give them all the nurture they need.
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The Field Kitchen Academy is an interdisciplinary educational residency programme that gathers artists/ creative minds, a resident chef, and prominent experts from different fields together around a kitchen table through mind-opening acts and actions.
Deadline: 23 Jun 2019
A total of ten residents will be accepted to join the upcoming Field Kitchen Academy in its two modules. Curated by Ece Pazarbaşı under the title of Silence with the Consent of Sound, residents will use the notion of silence in sound as a gateway to opening various sensory experiences. Residents will experiment towards transgressing the well-accustomed idea that silence, as used as a “sound” component in sound art and music, creates an aspect of empowering the work itself by making it stronger. Use of silence can accentuate the other frequencies. At the same time, sound might accentuate the silence further. Silence in sound creates a passage to other senses of the body. With silence, the journey with sound enables quick shifts and glitches from auditory senses to the enhanced senses of sight, touch, smell, and taste.
Composed of two intertwined modules, the educational residency offers ten residents through applications from artists, chefs, and other creative minds to address these issues.
The ten selected residents will have the opportunity of pursuing processes of experimentation, discussion, trial and error, the progression of knowledge, and know-how in working sessions during the first three weeks. The last half week will be the ‘simmering’ period where the residents are expected to do Nothing.
The selection process will be pursued by a jury including Mario Asef, Ursula Block, Cevdet Erek, Brandon Labelle, and Ece Pazarbaşı.
Educational Residency Modules
- Module #1 (17 – 23 August 2019) Working Session: Nothing Breaking the Losing with Juliana Hodkinson (composer and musician) and Performance: Choreomania by Emma Howes (contemporary dancer)
- Module #2 (24 August – 11 September 2019) Working Session: cycle.silence.rhythm with Ali M. Demirel (visual artist) and Robert Lippok (musician, composer, visual artist, and set designer); In the Silence with Diligence with Ji Woo and Sun Woo (Zen masters); sssshhhh… with Hans Peter Kuhn (sound and visual artist); The Multi-Sensory Essence of Our Existential Experience with Juhani Pallasmaa (architect) and the simmering session.
- Chef in Residence: Betul Insel Karahan
- 690 Euros – Both Module #1 and Module #2 for the entire period (16 August – 11 September 2019)
- 540 Euros – For Module #2 (24 August – 11 September 2019)
The participation fee covers a shared room for two people for the entire period, three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) every day cooked according to the concept of each session, and the programme fee for the entire working sessions and participation in the public programme.
Location: Gutshaus Wusten-Buchholz, Perleberg, Germany / 50 mins away from Berlin
About Field Kitchen Academy
Field Kitchen Academy is a mobile project of GROUND e.V., that brings artists and creative minds together with experts around interdisciplinary topics and food. It aims at transcending the existing borders between research and practice, beyond forms and formats with innovative tools, and experiences on holistic knowing and thinking. It aims at stimulating new areas and formats of investigations. Programs support artistic practice and creative thinking in a lab format. The three pillars of the Field Kitchen Academy:
Each edition of Field Kitchen Academy is uses the residency period as a process for a field research on a particularly selected concept. It chooses to take place in idyllic or characteristically unique urban areas to attain an encapsulated focus of its participants.
kitchen |ˈkɪtʃɪn, -tʃ(ə)n|
Field Kitchen Academy acts in two dimensions. It is an educational lab for experimentation, discussion, trial and fail, progression of knowledge and creativity where heated and open debates can take place. And it is an educational residency for app. 10 participants and one resident cook. It provides a ‘simmering’ time for its residents, where they will have the opportunity to work and reflect through the knowledge they co-created with the experts.
kitchen table |ˈkɪtʃɪn, -tʃ(ə)n| |ˈteɪb(ə)l|
At the Field Kitchen Academy, the kitchen table is a symbol for uniting and overcoming the hierarchies of conventional education. It stands out for a table of equity and experience exchange platform. Smarts with street smarts share their wisdom with the residents of the programme.
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Košice Artist in Residence (K.A.I.R.), with the support of Goethe – Institut in Slovakia, invites artists based in Germany to apply for three-month residency in Košice, Slovakia.
Deadline: 15 Dec 2017
In 2016, K.A.I.R. started to focus residencies on art and science projects. In 2018, they would like to discuss the topics connected with the scientific field of ecology. K.A.I.R. is searching for artists working with bio art, processual art, experimental and site-specific projects, interdisciplinary projects, sound or new media art, issues of climate change, ecosystems, sustainability, destruction, and renewal. The final result of the residency will be shown in Šopa Gallery.
The selected artists will have the opportunity to take part in a three-month residency in Kosice, Eastern Slovakia, from 12th of March until 11th of June 2018. The organization will provide free accommodation and studio. Residency artists will get financial support 2100€ and reimbursement of travel costs in maximum amount 300€. During the residency, K.A.I.R. will provide guidance, production support, and contacts to the local artists and experts. The residency artist should prepare one workshop or lecture for local artists, present during the Open Studios Night, and present the result of the residency in Šopa Gallery.
About Košice Artist in Residence
Košice Artist in Residence is international Artist-in-Residence programme. It is strongly focused on creation of international cooperation among the Slovak, foreign artists, and art organizations. Since 2011, artists have worked in the inspiring environment of Kosice`s singular cultural surrounding. They realized art projects, collaborated with the agile local art scene, and presented their art to the local and national public. K.A.I.R. provides opportunities to Slovak artists to travel for residencies within the cooperation with the project partners.
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Koelner Liste 2017, a fair for contemporary art in Cologne/Germany, announces a call for artists. The 4th edition of Koelner Liste will be held from April 28th to 30th, 2017, parallel to one of the most important art market events in Europe, the Art Cologne.
Deadline: 31 Jan 2017
Galleries, project groups, and artists are cordially invited to apply. The application is free of charge.
As the sole satellite art fair to Art Cologne, the discovery fair presents a broad range of international contemporary art at affordable prices. This time, Koelner Liste will be held at the historical XPOST, a former post office building in downtown Cologne. A shuttle service between the two fairs will be available throughout the duration of the fair.
The fair’s curatorial position and relaxed atmosphere is focused at facilitating a direct dialogue between young collectors and art lovers and a diverse range of international artists, while bringing contemporary art closer to not only the more traditional audience of Art Cologne but also to new target groups.
- Unlike most of the major art fairs which are open mainly to art galleries, Koelner Liste 2017 offers individual artists and photographers access to one of the largest and long-established art markets in Europe.
- As an exhibitor, artists will get the opportunity to perform side by side with galleries and project spaces, present art to an international audience of specialists as well as to the general public, and offer works for sale.
- Newcomers at the European art market benefit from our expertise and experience and receive, according to their needs and wishes, professional consultation by our curators and the organizing team.
About Koelner Liste
Koelner Liste is offering an international forum for fresh, contemporary art. The spotlight is on emerging, promising artists whose works are still in a reasonable price range.
The attractive booth rate policy aims at maintaining access to the international contemporary art market especially for young project groups, galleries, and emerging artists.
Having captured the continuing and growing interest of the public over the last years, we will be expecting over 100 national and international exhibitors and more than 10,000 visitors.
The new location, XPOST Cologne features an impressive fusion of industrial charm, historical structures and modern, minimalist elements, thus providing the ideal setting for showcasing a whole variety of modern artworks on 4,000 square meters.
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Kunstwerk Carlshütte, a non-profit cultural initiative, announces a call for artists for the annual art exhibition NordArt 2017, with about 250 selected artists from all over the world.
Deadline: 30 Nov 2016
As an internationally established forum for cultural education and exchange, NordArt has dedicated itself to the task of enhancing mutual understanding through the language of art. Year after year the exhibition redefines itself anew by setting new priorities.
NordArt ranks among the largest exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe. The vast aisles of the historic iron foundry serve as its stage with 22,000 square meters of floor space and adjacent 80,000 square meters large sculpture park. Interacting with the impressive scenery of the industrial architecture the art works develops a distinct atmosphere, taking the visitors on an incomparable journey around the world through art.
Chief Curator for NordArt 2017: Wolfgang Gramm
Opening ceremony: Saturday 10 June 2017
Opening times: till 8 October 2017, Tuesday to Sunday 11 am 7 pm
No entry fee or participating fee.
- NordArt-Prize: The NordArt-Prize worth 10.000 Euro is sponsored by Hans-Julius and Johanna Ahlmann (ACO Group) since 2010. Each year one artist is awarded with the aim to support the art and culture scene.
- Public Choice Award: NordArt visitors can vote for their favourite artist. Three winners are invited to participate again in next year’s NordArt. Each award is worth 1.000 Euro.
- NordArt-Symposium: Each year the exhibition is preceded by the international NordArt Symposium. Approximately ten artists are invited to attend the symposium and create large works (sculpture, installation, painting) for the current NordArt.
- NordArt Catalogue: A catalogue in DIN A4 format (29,7 cm x 21 cm), in German/English, is produced for the exhibition with one page per artist. All participating artists receive a free copy of the catalogue.
For several years, NordArt has put the fine arts of one specific country in the focus with its own dedicated pavilion and cooperates with embassies, cultural institutions, and curators from different countries.
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Transnational Queer Underground is looking for contributions from queer artists from around the world for a queer art exhibition.
Deadline: 31 Dec 2016
We want to challenge western, male dominated, and heteronormative ways of writing history by telling our own stories and showing our own views and experiences of the world.
#TheGalleryProject connects artists from all around the world and encourages transnational cooperations. Everybody can showcase their work online and make lasting connections there.
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Emerging gallery programs, project spaces, and artists are invited to apply for the Berliner Liste 2016 fair.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2016
The 13th edition of Berliner Liste will be held from September 15th to 18th, 2016, parallel to Berlin Art Week, in the legendary Kraftwerk Berlin. The unique, raw, and urban atmosphere of Kraftwerk in Berlin Mitte, the former East Berlin power station, is the ideal location for Berlin’s oldest and biggest art fair.
Unlike most of the major art fairs which are open mainly to art galleries, Berliner Liste 2016 offers individual artists and photographers access to a large and long-established art market. As an exhibitor, artists will get the opportunity to perform side by side with galleries and project spaces, present art to an audience of specialists as well as to the general public, and offer works for sale.
As a forum for emerging, international art at affordable prices, the Berliner Liste attracts every year a wider audience. 123 exhibitors from 23 countries presented their work to more than 11,000 young collectors, art lovers, and fans at last year’s show.
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The Genius Loci Weimar Festival announces an open call for Make Walls Talk, a Video Mapping and Facade Projection Competition.
Deadline: 23 Mar 2016
Submitted concepts will be displayed in a public exhibition in Weimar in spring 2016. The best projects will chosen with the help of an audience vote, among other means. The three winning projects will then be completed with the help of prize money totaling €45,000 before being shown in the context of an evening tour of Weimar, itself part of a wider festival to take place from 12 to 14 August 2016.
The three best submissions will be awarded the commission:
- Commissions will comprise the creation of a 10-15 minute long high-resolution audio-visual production to be presented in the form of video mapping on the respective locations during the festival weekend (12 to 14 August 2016).
- A budget of 15,000 euros will be made available for the completion of each prize-winning submission.
- Productions will be of the highest technical and artistic quality.
For 5 years, the Genius Loci Weimar Festival has brought facade projections of the highest quality to the classic city of Weimar.
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Wire is seeking artists of all mediums, but especially visual artists and visual media artists, for an upcoming collaborative group exhibition, Wire Arts Experiment, vol. 2, to take place in the historic building, Hackesche Höfe, in Berlin Mitte.
Deadline: 29 Oct 2015
The exhibition concept of Wire Arts Experiment, vol. 2 is PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. Artists are invited to submit their work in relation to an open and free interpretation of this concept. We are particularly interested in pieces addressing emotive, communicative, digital, and technological notions of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE.
The exhibition opening is scheduled to take place the 19th of November, with a submission deadline of Thursday the 29th of October. In addition to the party, a virtual exhibit will run simultaneously on Wire.
Artists are asked to submit 3 images of their pieces in JPG format, as well as a one paragraph explanation of the concept as it relates to the theme of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. The final selection will be made by a committee consisting of three Wire team members, one representative from ArtConnect, and one member of the Berlin art community.
Chosen artists will exhibit their work to an international audience of artists and professionals from the tech and start up communities. All works can be sold, at no commission.
Wire is a Berlin based start-up, building a simple tool to communicate with text, voice, pictures and media — all beautifully woven together for modern devices. Our development center is in the heart of Berlin – Hackesche Höfe – and our employees are fun, down to earth, and bubbling with fresh ideas.
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