Thursday, March 13, 2014

Curators on sculpture today

Call for curators 2014

Curators on sculpture today

Call for texts on sculpture today. Publish your curatorial ideas on contemporary sculpture and tell us which artists illustrate your ideas. Selected curators will be promoted through our channels

Please send your application to
APPLICATION FORM  Application deadline: 27 April 2014

To mark its 10-year anniversary, sculpture network is publishing curators' thoughts on sculpture being made in Europe today. We are offering selected curators a platform to promote themselves and their ideas, to an audience of around 20,000: art professionals, artists, mediators, collectors and friends of the arts in Europe and beyond.

Each of the selected curators will be featured throughout the sculpture network platform: webpagenewsletter, social media channels (FacebookGoogle+LinkedIn) and mailings, in three languages: English, German and Spanish, with sculpture network undertaking the translation.

An international jury will make the selection and only proposals that comply to the format requested, will be considered. Please read the following carefully before submitting your proposal.

Who can apply:
Curators currently living in Europe.

To apply fill in the Application form where you will be required to submit the following:
 - Brief summary of your curatorial practice during the past 5 years
 - Written text expounding your ideas on sculpture today, in no more than 500 words
 - List of 10 active artists in your country, whose work illustrates your ideas
 - Selection of 4 images of works by your listed artists

Application deadline: 27 April 2014
Please send queries and proposals by email to Beatriz Blanch: 
Please feel free to forward this call to colleagues in the profession.
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sculpture network is a European, non-profit organisation established in 2004 for the support and advancement of contemporary sculpture. A networking platform for interchange between anybody involved with, or interested in sculpture and three-dimensional art, both professionals and friends of the arts.


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