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IICAT: NEW GROUNDS – CALL FOR ENTRY

IICAT works in partnership with the Archive Space Project.

The Archive Space Project is a curatorial project that exhibited in the Crane Archive Space gallery in the Crane Arts building (Philadelphia, PA) between 2007 to 2016. It is now exhibits worldwide.

The Archive Space Project remains dedicated to promoting emerging artists, as well as fostering a collaborative relationship between artist and curator.

Current Open Call:

New Grounds

The group show New Grounds will explore the concept of place and the ways in which it informs identity.

New Grounds will be exhibited in IICAT’s gallery in Mangalia, Romania. As such, we are especially interested in works that address issues that affect Mangalia in particular, such as the East/West divide, neoliberalism, tourism, youth culture, regionalism and traditions, the seaside and land/water in general, and so on.

The Archive Space Project is searching for small works on paper that investigate these themes through process, composition, or content.

Submission Requirements:

Work must be made on paper, but any media encouraged

Size cannot exceed 11” x 14”

To Submit:

$5 fee per image. Submit via Paypal on website here.

Email one .pdf page to that includes:

A brief artist statement

Image list with titles, dimensions, and media. (Maximum 5 images.)

CV

Artists cover cost of shipping to US address.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: FRIDAY, JULY 1st 2016 @ MIDNIGHT

Selected works will be exhibited in IICAT’s seaside gallery (located in Mangalia, Romania) and displayed alongside works by the institute’s summer artists-in-residence.

Opening reception will be August 13th, 2016.

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