EVA International Ireland’s Biennial

Website: http://www.eva.ie/news-items?item=84

EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial announces the Open Call for artists’ proposals for the 38th edition in 2018. For EVA 2018, the revision and selection process of the Open Call is a call to respond to “the current state”. This could be a reflection on the current state of your work, the current state of government, the current state of your family, the current state of art history, the current state of ideology, the current state of your illness, the current state of religion, or a reflection on how the state of today reminds you of the state of yesterday. Selected artists will receive artist fees and production budgets.

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