Venice Agendas OPEN CALL 2 : PUBLICATION

Website: https://www.veniceagendas.eu/open-call19

As part of Venice Agendas 2019, visual artists, artist groups and collectives are invited to apply to contribute to the project, through either making and contributing a work for a publication, or proposing a collaborative project for presentation at a location of their choice.

OPEN CALL 2 : PUBLICATION

Artists, writers and curators are invited to make an artwork, proposition, manifesto or written text on the theme of The Market: What is the Value of Art? Submissions will be printed in a publication and distributed to individuals and institutions across England. The publication will also present work by invited high-profile established artists including Sonia Boyce, Graham Fagen, Anthony Gross, Janette Parris, Keith Piper and David Shrigley as well as the artists selected from this open call. The selected artists will receive a fee of £200.

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Expires: August 11, 2019


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