The 110 Artistic Residency

May 11, 2024

The 110 Artistic Residency

The 110 Artistic Residency is a program developed by the Artep Gallery Association in partnership with the Berlin institution Haus der Kulturen der Welt (House of World Cultures) and co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration (AFCN).

Visual artist Claudiu Ciobanu will deepen the theme of body politics in a specific residency in Berlin in April 2024.
 

99 Future Blue-Chip Artists

February 03, 2024

99 Future Blue-Chip Artists

08.12.2023 - 10.03.2024

 

Artstead, London

Founded in 2020, Artsted is an online art marketplace with a broad offering of physical and digital works,

as well as a strong focus on innovative technologies that provide unique data-driven art market investment insight.

 

I just got some thrilling news!
I'm pleased to share that I've been selected as one of the artists for the 99 Future Blue Chip Artists competition of 2024.
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2024 Print Edition of 99 Future Blue-chip Artists will be distributed exclusively at @friezeofficial @artbasel @fiacparis @thearmoryshow

 

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BIENNALE VIA CARPATIA

October 10, 2023

BIENNALE VIA CARPATIA

08.12.2023 - 10.03.2024

 

IMO Galeria, StarySacz, Poland
 

 

BIENNALE VIA CARPATIA. Salon of young art of New Europe
The name VIA CARPATIA defines the geographical scope of the biennial, limited to several dozen European regions located along the real and metaphorical road running from Klaipėda on the Baltic Sea to Thessaloniki on the Aegean Sea. Its social and economic impact zone includes areas located in the following countries: Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Greece.

668 artists from all countries included in the Biennale (Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Greece) submitted applications to the competition.

The jury: prof. Sławomir Brzoska, Ábel Kónya, Justyna Stasiek Harabin, prof. Andrzej Szarek, Agnieszka Tes, PhD (President of the Jury)

decided to choose the works of 48 artists for the final exhibition. The selected artists are representatives of all countries participating in the Biennale.

 

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