Deadline: Feb. 14, 2014 – Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014

The Biennial Project is pleased to announce an open call to artists worldwide for Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 – an online-juried competition and digital presentation.

If your rousing work is selected it will be shown on our website and in a blog posting reaching 3,000 art world movers and shakers. Best of all your art will be presented a digital display at The Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang* (that is a reception for you non Texans) being held at El Cosmico, a 18 acre nomadic hotel and campground in Marfa, Texas. This shindig is being held on Friday April 4th where your work will be seen by the contemporary artists and artisans who inhabit or visit this Western hamlet and by The Biennial Project’s massive entourage who will be in Marfa that entire week. This is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.

The Jurors will be the members of The Biennial Project and Lizzy Wetzel of El Cosmico
The Biennial Project is a collaborative project started by artists Eric Hess, Anna Salmeron and includes our artists friends Stephanie Arnett, Sonia Domkarova and Martha McCollough. We wish explore the nature and understand the perception of biennial exhibits within the art world, and, in so doing, to develop a collective body of work that will be exhibited in as many biennial exhibits as possible ¬ especially the really cool ones.

For more information about Biennial Roadshow go to

On how to enter The Biennial Roadshow click on submit your work or simply go to

Entry Fee and Payment: The entry fee for Art Venice Biennale 2012 is $35 (US) for 3 images. Additional images may be submitted at $5 (US) each up to a maximum of 10 image

Deadline to enter is February 14, 2014.

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What happens when deserving mid-career artists decide that they want to hit the big time---the REALLY big in the art world’s most prestigious biennial exhibits? The answer lies with the artist collaborative known as The Biennial Project. Formed by Eric Hess and Anna Salmeron, the “Project’s” objective is to develop a collective body of work that will ultimately be featured in as many biennial exhibitions as possible—especially the really cool ones. Join these fun-loving, creative mavericks on their crusade to storm the barricades of the art world establishment.

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