Flux: Beach Huts for Southend Pier

Website: http://www.metalculture.com/

Metal have been commissioned by Southend Borough Council to create ten Beach Huts for Southend Pier as a visitor attraction for the summer of 2016 and beyond. One of these huts will be a Gallery Hut with a programme of changing exhibitions. They are now looking for artists to be part of this programme of exhibitions. For this show they will be staging a salon hung exhibition of artist’s work that follows the theme of flux. They are looking for work that responds to all sense of the word flux and any artistic interpretations of it. As the Gallery Hut will not be invigilated when open to the public they are asking for framed editions, rather than originals, so photographs, prints, collages and other 2D works would be recommended. Works will be securely fastened to the Gallery Hut’s walls but their security cannot be guaranteed. Works will be on show for approximately a month from the start of August and all artworks will be for sale with the full profit going to exhibiting artists. Artists interested in submitting some work to be part of the ‘FLUX’ exhibition should email up to 5 images for consideration, along with the date, medium, dimensions and a short statement of no more than 250 words about the works to emma.edmondson@gmail.com.

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Expires: July 8, 2016


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