Open Call: Test Exposure at the 16th Media Art Biennale WRO 2015

The WRO Media Art Biennale is the major forum for new media art in Poland, and one of the leading international art events in Central Europe. Since its inception in 1989, WRO has been presenting art forms using new media for artistic expression and communication, exploring current creative territories and building a critical perspective toward emerging issues in culture, art, society and technology. 
The previous edition of the WRO Biennale—WRO 2013 Pioneering Values Biennale—was held at 18  sites around the city of Wrocław: museums, galleries, art house cinemas, department stores, old factory halls and public space,  where the works of over 200 artists were shown. The exhibitions, concerts, performances, video projections, installations and conferences were attended by more than 1,000 accredited guests and over 110,000 visitors. The WRO Catalog is available both in print and online, here.

WRO 2015: Test Exposure
The aim of the WRO 2015 Biennale is to give exposure to new media art experiments, individual explorations and approaches investigating the potential of art both to affect and to reflect emerging issues in culture. 

Artists are invited to submit works that take on the risks of innovation, inquiry and imagination, using original observations, contemporary technologies and procedures in the process of creating inventive forms, interpreting the present and revising the notion of the future (which no longer seems to be a clearly defined project).
The WRO 2015 Test Exposure Biennale is a testing ground for creative, unconstrained investigations of art’s potential to react to the present and to anticipate future challenges. 

To submit a work, click here.
Imagining, reflecting, cultivating, projecting, testing!

Artistic director: Piotr Krajewski

16th Media Art Biennale WRO 2015

Opening events: May 13–17, 2015

Open Call: Test Exposure

Submission deadline: December 10, 2014

WRO Media Art Center Foundation / The WRO Art Center
ul. Widok 7
50-052 Wrocław

T +0048 71 343 32 40

Tate Liverpool seeks a Senior Curator

Leading the curatorial team at Tate Liverpool, you will directly shape with the Artistic Director the innovative programme of exhibitions and displays which grants Tate regional acclaim and international visibility. Working collaboratively, you will forge strong relationships—within Tate, with external partners and, crucially, with audiences as our most important collaborators. Inspiring a strong team, you will lead by example, ensuring creativity and delivery go hand-in-hand. Ultimately, you will bring the vision to capture international attention.

Tate Liverpool celebrated its 25th birthday in 2013 and is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside London, welcoming 600,000 visitors each year. Our programme is imaginative and integrates learning and exhibitions into a single offer, blending together the Tate Collection and ambitious temporary exhibitions into a series of successive seasons. At Tate Liverpool, we are committed to exploring and experimenting with new models for the art museum of the 21st century. You will be at the forefront of pushing our boundaries.

You will work with the Directors and Senior Management team on the conception, management and implementation of a dynamic programme of exhibitions and displays. These will reflect, promote, and embody our vision to generate new knowledge with our visitors through art. In this spirit, you’ll lead and encourage the curatorial team to work together in order to transform the museum into a learning machine operating in partnership with our audience.

You will bring to the role strong knowledge of both modern and contemporary art, together with a postgraduate qualification in History of Art or a related field. Crucially, you will have an extensive track record of curating exhibitions of varying sizes and types. This should include experience of working with collections, curating major loan exhibitions and commissioning living artists. Strong managerial skills are essential. Naturally collaborative, you have a passion for co-creation and an appetite for experimental practice with a particular interest in combining curatorial and learning programmes. 

Our opportunities are open for you to apply online. For all opportunities, we ask candidates to complete an online application form for the vacancy they are interested in. If you need an application form in an alternative format, please call us at T +020 7887 4997. Once you have submitted your application, you can keep track of its progress by logging in to your account. 

The closing date for the submission of completed application forms is 11 August by 5pm.  Interviews will be held mid-September.  

Senior Curator  
Tate Liverpool
Albert Dock, Liverpool 
Reference: TG0891
Salary: up to 38,000 GBP per annum depending on skills and experience.

ANNA SKRABAL – Der Berg – zu sehen noch bis 31. August!

Noch bis 31. August 2014 ist die Gemeinschaftsausstellung “Der Berg” in der Stadtgalerie Wolfsberg, Minoritenplatz 1, 9400 Wolfsberg zu sehen.

Die Schau ist ein Tribut an das 140-jährige Bestehen des Alpenvereins.

ANNA SKRABAL ist eine von 22 heimischen KünstlerInnen, die sich mit dem Mythos Berg auseinandergesetzt haben.

Anna Skrabal, Hand, Symbol und reales Mittel um Gedanken in Taten zu verwandeln,

Anna Skrabal, Hand, Symbol und reales Mittel um Gedanken in Taten zu verwandeln,

Call for artists: SOCIAL CITIES – Self Identities, Common Places

International architecture, video-art, photography, installation and performing art festival
Palazzo Albrizzi – Venice
Deadline: July 22, 2014

International ArtExpo, in collaboration with It’s LIQUID Group, is selecting all interesting architecture projects, photo works, video/short films, installations and performing art works to include in the next 2014 exhibition:

SOCIAL CITIES – Self Identities, Common Places, international festival of architecture, photography, video art, installation and performing art which will be held in the prestigious Palazzo Albrizzi in Venice (Italy), from July 31 to August 10, 2014. It will be the third event of the festival MORPHOS – Sustainable Empires, organized in Venice in the months between June and November 2014, in the same period of Architecture Biennale.

SOCIAL CITIES – Self Identities, Common Places analyzes the change of social relationship’s dynamics and the new need of real and face-to-face public rapports among people in our contemporary, high-tech and alienating lives. Today new technologies are integrated in our life and permit us to create endless networks of contacts with people from all-over the world, that we will probably never meet in real life. This infinite connections has enriched our lives and our personal identities, but from the other hands has completely modified the way in which we create human connections, creating more distance between them and us. Nowadays contemporary metropolis follow the new need of increasing our opportunities to connect with other people; meanwhile people try to create solid identities and individual personalities out of the sea of social networks.

Palazzo Albrizzi is one of the Venetian aristocracy’s palaces, situated in Cannaregio 4118, near Ca’ D’Oro. Constructed by the famous Capello family, in the 18th century the Palazzo passed into the hands of the Albrizzi family. The palace is the headquarter of ACIT Venezia, one of the most important Italian-German cultural association in collaboration with Goethe Institut, and since 2003 it has collaborated with Biennale in Venice, offering its spaces for National Pavilions or Collateral Events.

Architects/designers are invited to take part in the festival submitting panels, video-architecture works, photos, installations and scale models. Artists, photographers and video makers are invited to submit photos, video-art pieces, installations and performing art works.

Deadline for applications is July 22, 2014

To take part in the selection, send your works’ submissions with a CV/biography, some still images (for video-art), pictures of your works via email to or via mail to:

International ArtExpo

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
70122 Bari, Italy

If you want to have a solo exhibition inside MORPHOS program (from June to November 2014) send us your proposal and we will get in touch with you as soon as we can.

To take part in the selection, send your works’ submissions with a CV/biography and some still images of your works via email to or via mail to:

International ArtExpo

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
70122 Bari, Italy

The number of works you can submit is unlimited. The participation in the festival requires an entry fee only for selected artworks. Participation open to: artists, architects and designers, associate groups and studios.

International ArtExpo

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 33
70122 Bari (Italy)

The submission deadline for works to Celeste Prize 2014 has been extended to 30 July 2014

Celeste Prize is an international contemporary arts prize which supports quality work by emerging artists in a worldwide, talent scouting environment. The prize is open to all artists. 

celeste prize 2014

Submit now / more info:

20,500 euro cash prizes:

Project Prize 4,000 euro
Painting & Drawing Prize 4,000 euro
Photography & Digital Graphics Prize 4,000 euro
Video & Animation Prize 4,000 euro
Installation, Sculpture & Performance Prize 4,000 euro
Visitors Choice Prize 500 euro


Elena Sorokina, chief-curator of the prize is an independent curator based in Paris.
Antonia Alampi – Curator at Beirut, Cairo, Egypt
Natasa Petresin Bachelez -  Chief-Editor Manifesta Journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Daniele Balit  – Independent curator and critic, France
Daria de Beauvais – Curator at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
Jelle Bouwhuis  - Curator at Stedelijk  Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Andrea Bruciati – Independent curator and critic, Italy
Katerina Chuchalina – Curator at V-A-C Foundation, Moscow, Russia
Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield – Independent curator and philosopher, UK
N’Goné Fall – Independent curator and founder of Gaw-Lab, Senegal
Andrew Hunt  -  Director of Spacex, Exeter, UK
Mélanie Mermod  – Independent curator, Switzerland
Solvej Helweg Ovesen – Artistic Director at Grosses Treffen, Berlin, Germany
Oscar Roldàn-Alzate – Curator, Museum of Modern Art Medellin, Colombia
Pedro Vélez – Independent curator, Chicago, USA


Final exhibition and awards at Assab One, Milan, Italy, from 15 to 23 November 2014.

Entry fee is payable online: 50 euro per work; 90 euro per project (includes up to 10 works).


Celeste Prize 2014 is supported by Celeste Network, a 60,000 member social network for contemporary arts, which includes gallerists, curators, critics, art organizers, collectors and many artists. Celeste Network is a fertile environment in which to promote artwork, make contact and start up art projects around the world. Take a look at Celeste Network, you can sign up and have your free page, then decide later if you wish to join the prize.

Sign-up in the network, it’s free:


For your inquiries about
Celeste Prize 2014:
Tel: +39 0577 1521988


Seit Mitte Juni 2014 hat Elisabeth Rass mit WALL PIECES by Elisabeth Rass einen eigenen Online-shop eröffnet.

Das Angebot an limitierten Editionen und sogenannten “KITCHEN POSTER” wird ständig erweitert.

WALL PIECES by Elisabeth Rass







Reminder – REGINA MERTA lädt zur Ausstellung “kein artiger MIX bei arteMix”

Am Montag, den 7. Juli wird um 19:00 Uhr

die Gemeinschaftsausstellung “kein artiger MIX bei arteMIX”

im Brick – 5, Fünfhausgasse 5, 1150 Wien


Zur Ausstellung spricht: HERBERT PASIECZNYK


Regina Merta, LICHT UND SCHATTEN, Graphit, Kohlestift, Aquarell auf Papier, 50 x 40 cm, 2007

Regina Merta, LICHT UND SCHATTEN, Graphit, Kohlestift, Aquarell auf Papier, 50 x 40 cm, 2007



Erhalte jeden neuen Beitrag in deinen Posteingang.

Schließe dich 1.627 Followern an

%d Bloggern gefällt das: