Window Project

Website: http://gazelliarthouse.com/window-project/

Gazelli Art House invites graduating students and recent graduates to show a body of work in an allocated space within the gallery with its own street frontage, as well as the windows of the first floor. Curators and artists working in all mediums are encouraged to submit proposals to present their work in the window space of the Dover Street gallery, which will run alongside the gallery’s existing programme for the about 4-6 weeks. The applicant will have full artistic ownership of the window alcove space, upstairs window spaces, or both. Gazelli Art House will offer logistical, practical and critical support to the artists. All the costs for producing the exhibition/art work, Private View and publicity will be covered by the gallery.

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