Artists’ Pavilion Venice Biennale 2017

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/artists-pavilion-venice-biennale-2017/

Artquest are calling for proposals from London based artists for a window based commission to be exhibited in Artquest’s Artists’ Pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale. One artist will receive a £3,000 award to travel to the Biennale and realise their proposed work. The commission will also form part of a public events programme working with students from University of the Arts London. See Artquest’s project archive for a previous incarnation of the Artists’ Pavilion at the 2013 Biennale.

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Expires: January 23, 2017


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