Deadline: Jan. 8, 2017 – National Juried Call: Iteration

Theme: Iteration

Selected by: Boston-based artists: Denise Driscoll (Fountain Street Fine Art) & Nathalie Miebach (Miller Yezerski Gallery)

Prospectus: Pattern and repetitive process go hand-in-hand. An entire practice may be made of similar gestures; each mark, movement or sound informing the next. Maps and systems are connected by similar shapes and textures; patterned artworks are created through a meditative, repeated process. Each individual cell, used repetitively—iterated—can be just as fascinating as the sum. Seeking work of all 2D, 3D and time-based media that employs pattern through an iterative process.

Eligibility: Open to all U.S. residents. Work must be created within the last 5 years and complete. Online submissions only. Open to work in all media. See prospectus for artwork size restrictions. Artists may apply with up to 6 works.

Exhibition dates: February 9 – March 11, 2017

Find prospectus and apply online:

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Sunday January 8, 2017 by 11:59PM

Fee: $25/1-3 submissions, $40/4-6

Deadline: May 30, 2014 – (e)merge art fair – NOW ACCEPTING ARTIST APPLICATIONS – Washington, DC


The (e)merge art fair connects emerging-art professionals from around the globe with collectors, curators and cultural decision makers in Washington, DC. (e)merge art fair is accepting applications from artists currently without gallery representation, to exhibit work at the fair in … Continue reading

Attention:1-Yumi Chung – exhibit | London

Artist: Yumi Chung
Preview: 24th January 2014, 6-9pm
Date: 25th January – 2nd February 2014, 12-6pm (Tue-Sun)

Venue: Hanmi Gallery, 30 Maple Street, London, W1T 6HA (

HANMI GALLERY is pleased to announce its 30th interim exhibition Attention:1 by Korean artist Yumi Chung (b.1982) working with painting and mixed media. This exhibition is curated by independent curator, Yovi Jisun Song (collaboration with Alpha Art Association). The exhibition explore the way of classification between personal and public space as well as cultural differences in Seoul and London, in particular, artist’s personal experiences of cultural differences dividing own’s area, London and Seoul.
Chung explores social context through language of space in this exhibition. She developed her interest in ways of creating emotional territories using the blind installation. In this show, she will show her new installations and paintings with everyday materials.
Her new installation work, Untitled(2013), is consisted of the semitransparent vertical blinds remind of functional aspect of the curtain or blind to make a boundary between the outside and inner-side. The semitransparent vertical blinds are juxtaposed with fabrics, plastic bags and cleaning papers. The colours and its material properties indicate the functional aspect of the curtain or blind. The semitransparency, with its characteristics of visibility and invisibility, closely reflects the concept of defensiveness that underlines the need for privacy in our daily lives. The work transforms various kinds of everyday transparent materials in order to grasp the idea of the intangibility of the perception.
Yumi Chung, born 1982 in Seoul, South Korea, lives and works in London, UK. She received her BFA and MFA in Dept of Korean painting at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea. She is undertaking a MFA course at Goldsmiths College. Chung awarded SOMA DRAWING CENTER Archive artist, Soma Museum of Art, Seoul in 2009 and SeMA Young Artist, Seoul Museum of Art in 2008. Recently, she exhibited Reflection of Society on Contemporary Art, Telecom Paristech, Paris, France(2013). She have featured her works including Korean Painting Fantasy-Sensuous Reinterpretations of Korean Painting, Seoul Museum of Art Nam Seoul(2010), NANJI AIR PROJECT2, Nanji Art Studio(2008), Impudent, ssamzie space 602(2004), Thick-Skinned, Rooseum Test-Site, Malmö, Sweden(2004). Her work is included in
many prominent South Korean public collections such as Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, and KOLON, Gyeonggi-do.

Curated by Yovi Jisun Song
in collaboration with Alpha Art Association

more info, Curator_YounJiLee/

‘Abstract is Real’ International group exhibition ***Deadline Extended***


EWNS Art Project is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming online exhibition: Abstract is Real. Eligibility: Open to artists 18 years of age or older from around the world who submit artwork in the following media: painting, drawing, photography, digital, … Continue reading

Emotion call for entries

Move us. Make us feel. Let us see emotion. Enlighten us. Submit your best emotional art for this future exhibition.

All international artists, professional and amateur and all art mediums will be considered in this call for entries from photography, wall sculpture, fabric, mixed media, all paintings and drawings including, oil, acrylic, pastels, ink, graphite, etc. It must be able to be hung on a wall to be considered. Sizes up to 12 feet art acceptable.

Video submissions will be displayed/accepted only for the online exhibition.

*Accepted entries for this online exhibit (with the exception of video submissions) will be judged again for our collective live exhibition at one of our art galleries. The artists will be asked if they wish to submit their artwork for the collective exhibition, which is not a requirement to being a part of the online exhibition.


Cost: $35 for 3 entries, $5 for additional entries