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Curators’ meeting. Call for projects. Deadline: Oct. 4, 2019

FRENCH: (English below)

Curators’ meeting
Jeudi 7 novembre 2019
9h30 – 12h30
Rencontres professionnelles de photographie organisées par le ministère de la Culture et le Jeu de Paume, en partenariat avec Paris Photo.

Le Curators’ meeting s’adresse aux institutions et commissaires souhaitant présenter à un public professionnel un projet inédit d’exposition en lien avec l’image et/ou la photographie. Cette rencontre vise à encourager la production ou la coproduction des projets présentés. Le projet peut être porté par une institution ou une structure culturelle, un collectif ou un commissaire d’exposition indépendant.

Une dizaine de projets seront sélectionnés par le ministère de la Culture, le Jeu de Paume et Paris Photo. Chaque projet d’exposition donnera lieu à une présentation brève (10 minutes) en anglais ou en français par son organisateur.

https://jeudepaume.typeform.com/to/OmlB8n?fbclid=IwAR2s34QKlFsRZsqe2mRGN9UOIpvc9jdwNCl6CZi_zu2RhMRSMipqZNqbMr4

Date limite de dépôt des projets : 4 octobre 2019

Si vous souhaitez assister à la présentation des projets, confirmez votre inscription en envoyant un mail à l’adresse : curatorsmeeting@jeudepaume.org

Si vous avez des questions nous vous remercions d’écrire à curatorsmeeting@jeudepaume.org

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Professional meetings organized by the French ministry of Culture and the Jeu de Paume, in partnership with Paris Photo.

The “Curators’ meeting” applies to institutions and curators wishing to present to a professional public an innovative exhibition project in connexion with the “image” or photography. This meeting aims at encouraging the production or coproduction of projects. The project can be driven by an institution or a cultural organization, a collective or an independent curator.

A dozen projects will be selected by the French Ministry of Culture, the Jeu de Paume and Paris Photo. Each exhibition project should go along with a brief presentation (approx. 10 minutes) in French ou in English.
APPLY HERE:

https://jeudepaume.typeform.com/to/OmlB8n?fbclid=IwAR2s34QKlFsRZsqe2mRGN9UOIpvc9jdwNCl6CZi_zu2RhMRSMipqZNqbMr4

Deadline for applying: October, 4th, 2019

If you wish to attend the presentation of the projects, please confirm your submission by sending an email to curatorsmeeting@jeudepaume.org

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send an email to curatorsmeeting@jeudepaume.org

 

Photography and creativity workshops in Greece, this fall. Deadline: Sept/Oct., 2019

TransEurope / Eyesculture Workshops of 2019

Join Transeurope / Eyesculture in any of their 7 Workshops for 2019!
Check out the different submission deadlines.

“The heart of an image” with David Jiménez, Sept 26 – Sept 30, at Galani (Xanthi)
“Impact through extinction” with Eefje Ludwig and Rebecca Simons, Oct 1-Oct 6, at Galani (Xanthi)
“Portrait Puzzles” with Diana Blok, Oct 31-Nov 03, at Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
“River Routes” with Matteo Balduzzi and Panayiotis Lambrou, Nov 03-Nov 06, at Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
“Experiments with the Irrational” with Claire Strand, Nov 21-Nov 24, at Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
“Super Vision” with Mishka Henner, Nov 21-Nov 24, at Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece
“Image-Context-Project-Exposure” with Moritz Neumüller, Nov 27-Nov 29, at Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece

By submitting your application to any of the TransEurope / EyesCulture events you agree to the Policy Terms and Conditions.

 

Click here to download the application

fill it in and

email it to athens@transeuropephoto.eu

You could also make a reservation by phone (M.+306977641148) in advance.

 

Payment Procedure

STEP 1. Check on each Workshop’s page for the specific amount!

STEP 2. Either pay the whole amount of the Workshop’s participation fee

OR deposit

  1. the pre-inscription of 200€ [20€ registration fee + 180€ deposit] as a first installment as soon as your application has been accepted and
  2. and settle the balance by the specified date.

Your participation is assured as soon as TransEurope has received the participation fee.

Should you experience difficulties with the methods of payment (paypal, bank transfer), please contact us to give you alternative ways of payment at athens@transeuropephoto.eu.

 

Residency Program at ZK/U, Berlin. Deadline: October 13th, 2019

In the context of its art and research residency programme, ZK/U offers a ‘living & working’ space from artists, scholars and practitioners involved in exploring the idea and reality of “the city”. The programme is open to contemporary artistic positions that are conceptual, interventionist and contextual.

Selected projects are often informed by theoretical and practice-based critiques within the fields of urban research, geography, anthropology, urbanism, architecture and the humanities. With collaborative practices and peer-to-peer learning at its core, the residency is about exchanging with and learning from other artists and practitioners. It is a space for urban experimentation where fellows connect through common themes and interests.
Residents are encouraged to involve themselves with ZK/U’s programme and to propose their own formats.

Within the frame of this Open Call, ZK/U invites applications around it’s current discourses of the conceptual framework and additionally encourages investigations into the following themes:

  • alternative practices of knowledge production, mediation and new formats of cross-sectoral conversations
  • inclusive modes of engagement in democratic decision making processes and grassroot movements
  • connecting global communities through strategies of local non-monetary economies and digital governance
  • prototyping digital and spatial infrastructure for a future based on the common good

 

Full Open Call:www.zku-berlin.org/open-call/
Residency Program and Space:www.zku-berlin.org/residency/ 
Conceptual Frame and investigation leads:www.zku-berlin.org/concept/
Application Form:https://forms.gle/CfpQT9MPiAeKXBm6A

Feel free to share the Open Call on Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/2148650102096278/

LOADING FESTIVAL. Deadline: Aug. 23, 2019

The submissions are open to send projects in the broad field of the image, such as video art, art installations, and photography, highlighting the narrative. Once intended to have a correlation between sound and image in the video experimentation.

What the projects have to be about

At Loading nothing is finished, in the festival, everything begins, everything changes but nothing is closed. It cannot be presumed, it cannot be boasted, it shows processes and fragments to grow and improve. In this way, public, creators, institutions and all participating agents are enriched by the knowledge, debate, and sharing of partner processes.

 

Selection criteria

Each submission will be evaluated according to:

• Quality

• The innovative character in terms of discourse, format, process, etc.

• The processes and conceptualization of ideas

 

Jury

All the projects will be reviewed by Loading Fest.

 

 

Documentation to be delivered

Conditions of participation

• Title & Project summary (400 max. character)

• Artist’s name

• Real name of the artist or social reason of the collective

• Email

 

Photography projects

• 10 to 15 images, 2000x2000px, in jpeg, 72 dpi, separated files, named “artist name_project title_photo number”

 

Video projects

• Video files max 5min, in MOV/MP4, 1920×1080, named “name of the artist_project title”

Send everything in a zip file until the 23rd of August 2019 to loadingopencall@gmail.com

 

Click here for the Legal bases

Exhibition Call. Demographic Changes. Deadline: Oct. 30, 2019

Call for Art Exhibition in Berlin. Curator Dorit Jordan Dotan
The triangle between cultural conquest, assimilation and integration

Demographic changes affect global and local politics, economies, urban affairs and day to day life.

For some of those who were lucky to be born in a stable, strong, democratic country, it is hard to accept those changes. It creates fear of job loss and the changing of familiar local culture.  Immigrants or refugees face changes adapting to social behavior codes. History forewarns what can happen when hate, fear and a sense of threat grows among and between people coming from different cultures, who now share space.

Making peace within oneself – coexisting with oneself and others – can be achieved in many ways. Art can create a safe, public place to express and explore these clashes of culture.

Does acceptance of those different from us always result in complete assimilation?

Is cultural conquest inevitable?

Is integration the goal, or the compromise?

How do we go from tolerating to tolerance?

Exhibition about Demographic Changes, will take place in Berlin, Germany. The curator will open her artist residency project with a group exhibition from the USA and the EU. The exhibition will be on view in early 2020, located at the Institut für Alles Mögliche Studio/Storefront Gallery in Berlin, Germany.

Opening Event and Gallery Talk:  to be announced.

Selected artists from the USA will ship their work to the USA, which must include a prepaid return shipping label.

Selected artists from the EU will ship or deliver to Berlin, Germany, which must  include a prepaid return shipping label.

Subjects may include but are not limited to :

  • I am an Immigrant

  • Mixed Marriage

  • Cultural Differences

  • Demographic Changes

  • The Immigrant’s Suitcase

  • Ethnic Clothing and Appearance

  • Acceptance

Please submit up to 3 images, 72 DPI.

Longest side no more than 1000 Pixels. Max file size: 5MB.

Media:  Paintings and Drawings, Photography, Digital art, Mixed media, Printmaking, Comics. * Video Art – Berlin artists only.

Final art must not exceed 18″ on the longest side.

Work on paper/canvas/textile and un-framed only.

Entry Deadline: 30 October, 2019

Artists will be notified by November, 20, 2019.

USA: Accepted works must arrive in the US by January 5 -7,  2020.

EU: Accepted works must arrive in Berlin by February 4 -6, 2020.

Work will be returned in May 2020. No insurance will be provided.

  • Application fee is $30 for up to three images of work

  • Artist statement up to 150 words

  • Short bio and link to website/portfolio

  • Image info needed: Title / Medium / Size / Year

Link: www.doritjordan.com/call-for-art

Exclusive for subscribers of the Curator Ship: A limited number of artists who experience financial hardship may be exempt from paying the full entry fee; please send an email to request a fee of $15: fan.omanut@gmail.com

Call for Participation. Book project. Deadline: 30.09.2019

This is a call by Aldobranti, an artist whose work centres on a conceptual photography often approached through performance.

He looks for other contributors to his book project, ‘Critical Moss, making Art Work outside the Metropolitan Bubble’:

The title of this project * is a play on words, artists may be like stones, rolling to places beyond their original intention, far from the critical buzz afforded by art school crits, first nights, gallery visits and rapid transit systems. The research will seek to identify methodologies  for artists in isolated settings to ‘kickstart’ their practice — absent a critical mass of fellow artists.

It seems obvious that Art exists in a setting of dialogue. In its viewing, its reception the dialogue exists between the viewer and the artwork and in most cases is beyond the control of its creator. In its inception however, there is a wider conversation between the Artist , the artwork and the context in which the Artist finds herself. This wider conversation may be a rehearsal for a later reception dialogue, to make the artwork fit for purpose, working on the question ‘what is the artist trying to say‘ through the artwork as mouthpiece

This question may not have an easy answer during a great part of the preparation. A figurative work can perhaps be judged in the extent to which it evokes the subject matter. An abstract artwork may be self justified by its adherence to a formal working method but overall a significant factor in addressing the above question is a discussion formed as words and not mark making. No longer representing things, rather making work about ideas must surely necessitate realising some [small] part of the idea as words.

Thus I am arguing that the context, mentioned above is found as words, interior or exterior to the artist. Art is not made in a Silence. Outside of a metropolitan ‘bubble’ access to a critical context may not be freely available and the purpose of my research is to understand fellow artists’ response to this shortfall both in their words and in executed artwork. In particular I should like to reach out to and include practitioners for whom a material art object may not be the objective.

To thank you for your assistance I shall make a casebound, hardback book of your contributions. The book will feature 20 (approx. ) artists with images and facing text. Each selected participant will receive a free copy and further copies will be made available at cost. The book will have an ISBN, deposited at the British Library and the Legal Deposit Libraries.

Initially, complete the form below, including  an image and an account (200 words) to reflect your work and working method  with a URL for other relevant work. You must confirm that you own copyright in the image and text. With your permission, it could be helpful if I or a fellow researcher might conduct a short telephone interview if we intend to print your contribution.

Please also say how you found this call.

On progress the selected image must be available in hi-res (2500 x 2500 pixels) — the artist will at all times retain control of copyright both of image and text. The text of the book will be published in English, if not your first language the editor may be able to help with language issues.

https://zfrmz.com/SXDSIQZzQ72vKF6s4D9F

Any Questions or Problems with this form please email on the address below
Deadline 30/09/2019

Keywords : art, book, isolation, participation, publication

Email : aldobranti@gmail.com  .

* English Proverb “A rolling stone gathers no moss” — decisive action must be taken to avoid stagnation

CV

An regularly updated list of events and exhibitions can be found at https://aldobranti.org/#!info/bio.php

KAUNAS PHOTO Open Call. Deadline: July 12, 2019

KAUNAS PHOTO is the longest-running annual photographic festival in the Baltic States, based in Kaunas, Lithuania, since 2004. Maintaining its strong international character, KAUNAS PHOTO is a platform of premieres of emerging talents.
KAUNAS PHOTO festival announces an Open Call for its 16th edition, inviting photographers to propose their works and offering exhibiting opportunities as well as participation at New KAUNAS PHOTO STAR Award, consisting of a solo exhibition at the largest photography gallery in the Baltic States, Kaunas Photography Gallery and a 2500 EUR monetary prize.
KAUNAS PHOTO festival opening events will start on September 5 and 6, 2019.

More info:
http://festival.kaunasphoto.com/kaunas-photo-2019-open-call-kaunas-photo-star-award/

Link for submitting entries:
https://www.lensculture.com/competitions/kaunas-2019/events
Funded by:
Lietuvos kultūros taryba

In partnership with:
LensCulture
Kaunas Gallery