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Posted by Laura on
I am actively looking for artists who are interested in having their own one person show in Greenpoint Brooklyn.
Please contact me as I am making the schedule for 2015
Posted by Celeste Network on
Which new iconographies can represent the family?
In which ways can you question the family’s status as a socially significant institution today?

Francesca Fabiani, Curator of Photography at Rome’s MAXXI, and Paul di Felice, Professor at the University of Luxembourg, are curating ‘Familydom’, 4th edition of Visible White Photo Prize 2015. They are keen to see your photographic takes on these and other family issues.

http://www.celesteprize.com/familydom

Familydom is an open call for photographic projects open to photographers and artists worldwide, without limits of age or experience.

4,000 € cash prizes for the ‘Best Project’ and for the ‘Best Runner-up Project’.

10 selected projects will be chosen by an international jury:
Peggy Sue Amison, Artistic Director, East-Wing, Dubai
Christian Gattinoni, Professor, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Arles
Elisa Medde, Managing Editor, Foam Magazine, Amsterdam

The finalist projects will be exhibited from 15 May to 12 June 2015 at Fondazione Studio Marangoni, Florence, Italy, and will be included in a specially prepared catalogue for the show.

Deadline for entry is 28 February 2015.

Entry fee for a Project is 70 € (includes upload of up to 10 images).

To submit your project online:
loginto your account in Celeste Network, find the graphics box ‘Familydom’ at the centre of your admin homepage, click on the blue button ‘Enter a project’, follow the steps to pay entry fee and upload your images and text.


For all your inquiries
about Familydom
write in,
the Celeste team:
info@celesteprize.com
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Posted by re:artiste on
re:artiste (www.reartiste.com) announces the “Show Your World” 2015 annual art competition!

An interpretation of our expressive world through the eyes of you.
It’s about humanity and nature, both urban and remote. How do you see your world?
About humanity and nature, both urban and remote. An interpretation of our expressive world through the eyes of you.

Open to artists from around the globe, the “Show Your World” 2015 art competition gives its participants an opportunity to gain recognition and have their work exhibited in New York City.

The winner will be invited to attend The Residency hosted by re:artiste (http://www.reartiste.com/the-residency/) at no cost for an entire week.

The winner, as well as twenty finalists, will have a chance to display original work at the “Show Your World” exhibition in New York City in Fall 2015. (http://www.reartiste.com/competition/)

All other participants will be featured on a digital display.
Application Instructions
Works in the following disciplines will be accepted:

Painting
Illustration
Photography
Mixed Media

The winners will be announced on the re:artiste website (www.reartiste.com) by 30th August 2015.
The winner and finalists will be personally notified by email.
All entries will be reviewed by the team of re:artiste curators. The winners will be announced on the re:artiste website by August 30th, 2015. The winner and finalists will be personally notified by email.

Final Deadline

June 30th, 2015

Entry Fee
The entry fee is $35 for up to five images. The entry fee is non-refundable.

Submit Your Artwork Here:
http://www.reartiste.com/competition/
Posted by Jennifer Lugris Park on
FREE One Hour Live Painting Session by award winning artist Jennifer Lugris Park
This Sunday, March 15th, 6-7 PST/ 9-10 EST
The event will be held online.
Visit http://streamsale.io/jenniferlugris to learn more or sign up.
Posted by Jonathan Brooks on
http://www.pr.com/press-release/611692
Posted by Jonathan Brooks on
Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MIAMI ARTIST'S SKULL PHOTOS FEATURED ON THE CW NETWORK'S THE VAMPIRE DIARIES
South Florida-based Photographer/Visual Artist Jonathan Brooks' Skulls Featured on The CW's The Vampire Diaries Television Series


Miami, Florida (March 25, 2015)-

Skull images by award-winning Miami Photographer/Visual Artist Jonathan Brooks will be featured on The CW's hugely popular and award-winning television series The Vampire Diaries.

The season 6 episode, number 618, is titled I Could Never Love Like That, and airs April 16,2015 at 8 pm.

"I've loved vampires since I was a kid," says Brooks. "From the books of Bram Stoker and Anne Rice, to films like the classic Dracula starring Bela Lugosi to the modern 30 Days Of Night."

He recalled the phone call he received in mid February. "Hey, we want to use some of your images on our little show The Vampire Diaries," said Season Six Art Director Rosa Palomo of Bonanza Productions. "Lucky us!"

The show will be using quite a few of his photographs and excitement is spreading. The photographer is having a viewing party for the episode at Deli Lane's Sunset Tavern in South Miami and has an exhibit called Darkroom scheduled at Pitman Photo in Pinecrest for the month of April.

Brooks' image Love Floats was just featured on the German TV primetime show 'Nur die Liebe zählt' (Only Love Counts) on German SAT.1 Television, West Elm will soon be carrying Dreams from his Cloud series, and his image Over The Rainbow won Best In Show 2014 Photo Of The Year at the inaugural Miami Photo Salon during Miami's prestigious art week.

His new self-published book The True Cuba is available on Amazon and many of Miami's fine book stores.

Follow him at JonathanBrooks.net.

About Jonathan Brooks:
Jonathan Brooks is an award winning photographer and visual artist, whose work has been exhibited in Art Basel Miami, New York City, Amsterdam, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

Brooks graduated magna cum laude with a BS degree from the University of Miami with a Communications Double Major (Advertising and Fine Arts: Photography) and a minor in Marketing.

In 2013, he finished his first short film 5 SKULLS as a Top Ten Finalist for Digital Photo Pro and HD Video Pro Magazines' 7th Annual Emerging Pro Still and Motion Competition. The competition was sponsored by RED cameras, Zeiss lenses, and Adobe. 5 SKULLS can be found on his website and youtube.

About The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries is an American supernatural drama television series developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec, based on the popular book series of the same name written by L. J.Smith. The series premiered on The CW on September 10, 2009.
The pilot episode attracted the largest audience for The CW of any series premiere since the network began in 2006. The first season averaged 3.60 million viewers and the show has received numerous award nominations, winning People's Choice and Teen Choice Awards.
On January 11, 2015, the CW renewed the series for a seventh season.
About West Elm
West Elm (stylized as west elm) is an upscale retail store that features contemporary furniture designs and housewares. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. There are currently 59 stores across 25 states in the United States, the Canadian provinces of Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec, as well as Puerto Rico, London, and Sydney, Australia. Customers are able to shop in-store, online, or through catalog by calling a toll free number.
West Elm was founded in 2002 and the catalog was released in 2003.
About Miami Photo Salon
Miami Photo Salon is an art fair where juried images were exhibited during the world-renowned Art Basel Week in Downtown Miami. Foot traffic between visiting art fairs bring in thousands of visitors, both from the local community and international tourists.

Miami Photo Salon is a Festival created by the nonprofit Cuban American Phototheque Foundation.

About The True Cuba Book
The True Cuba is a book by author Jonathan Brooks and was funded on the crowd funding site Kickstarter. It was inspired by the controversial book Vamos a Cuba (Let's Go to Cuba) that was pulled from the public school's library system by the Miami-Dade School Board in 2006 and whose legal battle ended on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in 2009.

Media Contact
Jonathan Brooks
Jonathan Brooks Photography & Visual Arts
JDB books
Phone: 305 281-0216
Email: JonathanBMiami@aol.com
www.JonathanBrooks.net


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Posted by admin on
Queens Council on the Arts and the Queens Museum Open A.I.R. Artist Services Program are proud to present Queens Arts Connection, a professional development event for artists to learn more about the business of art, get feedback on their work, and build networks within the artistic community. Hosted at Queens Museum, Queens Arts Connection is open to the public and will be a chance for the city’s creative minds to learn from each other and connect with experts in the arts. Artists will have access to more than a dozen leading organizations committed to advancing the arts. For details go to website: http://queenscouncilarts.org/queens-arts-connection/
April 25, 2015
2-7 PM
Queens Museum
Posted by admin on
Hi, it's been a busy summer for me. Hope you'll check out the Summer Salon exhibition at the Van Der Plas Gallery at 156 Orchard Street in NYC. It's a great group show with lots of interesting work from established and emerging artists from NY and other parts of the world and features a painting from my Milagros Series. It's based on Milagros (miracles), small religious charms that have been used in Mexico and other areas of Latin America for hundreds of years to petition saints for guidance, help and protection. Milagros are made in many different symbolic forms, from eyes, legs and arms to angels and animals. These religious charms are pinned to altars and statues of saints, the Virgin Mary and Jesus in churches throughout Latin America as prayer reminders or to thank the saint for prayers answered. Wishing you a great rest of summer!
Posted by David on
This website is well put together, someone should go check out https://villagegallery.com/gallery/fabian-perez/ and tell me what is right/wrong with it, I will be checking the replies ever 24 hours.
Posted by Alberto Barba c/o Rex Bruce LACDA on
LACDA 2017 International Juried Competition

Curating Jurors:
Anna Katz, Assistant Curator: MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art
Dhyandra Lawson, Associate Curator: LACMA, L.A. County Museum of Art

Enter our juried competition for digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. The selected winner receives 10 prints up to 44x60 inches on museum quality paper (approximately a $2,500-$3,000 value) to be shown in a solo exhibition in our main gallery September 14-October 7, 2017. Ten second place winners will also be exhibited. Deadline August 28, complete details: http://lacda.com/juried/juriedshow.html
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