The Biennial Project is overjoyed to make known an open call to artists worldwide for ArtVenice Biennale 3 – an online juried competition as well as a large screen digital presentation being held in Venice, Italy during the Opening Week of The Venice Biennale 56!!
This location of the gorgeous and centrally-located gallery space where Art Venice Biennale 3 will take place is in the centre of Castello, the Venecian neighborhood just between Giardini Biennale and Arsenale Biennale – the absolutely “it” location during the Venice Biennale. The Giardini and Arsenale are the two most important venues at The Venice Biennale, which is the most important art event in the entire world that only happens every two years.
If your work is selected for inclusion in ArtVenice Biennale 3 it will also be shown on our website and in a blog posting reaching over 6,000 very important people of influence in the international art world (mondo artistico internazionale). Best of all your art will be presented for one night as part of a digital display at The Biennial Project’s extravagant, VIP Gala event in Venice, Italy during the opening week of The Venice Biennale 56. That’s La Biennale di Venezia for you international folk.
In addition, the artist who is bestowed the title of Grand Prizewinner will have a solo gallery show on our website, and a solo blog posting of 15 pieces or his/her magnificenza work to our on-line audience of over 6,000 (and growing) art lovers.
The theme for Art Venice Biennale 3 is Bienale in a Biennale (Biennale in un Biennale). In this fast paced, technology clogged world most people view a lot of everything but don’t examine the depth of anything. We meet people but don’t get to know the real the’, we read articles but don’t contemplate the deepest meaning, and we gobble down lasagna but don’t take the time to savor the flavor of each individual yummy ingredient’. We all know the best of things are founc deep in the middle of lots of everything. Well, our Biennale will be smack in the middle of more art then you can ever possibly contemplate. Biennale in a Biennale will be centrally located in a large gallery space opening onto Via Garibaldi, and seen by the highest level international curators, collectors and gallerists. It will actually be a Biennale in a Biennale!! A big yummy Biennale and Lasagna sandwich.
Open to all artists. Open to all media, including 2-D, 3-D, sculpture, photography, performance, video, installation mixed media, and art from a kit.
Reproduction of Art Work
The Biennial Project reserves the right to reproduce submitted works for Biennial Project printed materials, advertisements, electronic media, internet, television, catalog, DVD, magazine, gallery shows and enjoyment in our own homes. Copyright and other rights remain that of the artist.
Work will be selected from your digital images of your artwork. Jurying will involve viewing the entries individually and making determinations on the basis on the work.
Notification of acceptance will be posted on our blog by April 15, 2015
On how to enter ArtVenice Biennale3, simply go tohttp://biennialroadshow.com/?page_id=44
Entry Fee and Payment: The entry fee for ArtVenice Biennale3 is $35.00 (US) for 3 images, $40.00 for 5. Additional images may be submitted at $5.00 (US) each. Payment is by Paypal.
ENTRY PROCEDURE: go to http://biennialroadshow.com/?page_id=44 and follow instructions.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: All application materials must be submitted by 12pm EST March 15, 2015.
JURORS: All work will be juried by the internationally known art collective The Biennial Project. We also have jurors giving out 7 special recognition individual prizes. These are being chosen by Art Super Stars – seriously successful artists – representing each of the 7 continents.
The Seven Art Star Special Prize Jurors are:
Marlene Sarroff (Australia) well known artist, critic and galleristhttp://marlenesarroff.com/
Francisco Bassim (South America) 2011 Venezuela Representative to the Venice Biennale
Albert Yonathan Setyawan (Asia) 2013 Indonesia Representative to the Venice Biennalehttp://www.albertyonathansetyawan.com/
Zsolt Asztalos (Europe) 2013 Hungary Representative to the Venice Biennale
Gavin Rain (Africa) -TBA
Person from Antarctica (Antarctica) – someone Eric knows
And of course the world famous collaborative The Biennial Project will select the recipient of The North American Prize.
All decisions of the jurors are final.
OTHER CONDITIONS: Incomplete or unpaid entries or will not be considered. Images of accepted work may be retained for publicity purposes. Entries will not be returned. The entry fee is non-refundable. All entrants will be added to our mailing list.
Acceptance Notification: The names of all accepted artists can be obtained on the The Biennial Project Home Page (www.the-biennial-project.com) by April 15th. Artists will not receive individual notification of acceptance.
March 15 midnight Deadline for entry
April 15th Notification of acceptance on our blog
May 4th 6pm -9pm Exhibition opening and award ceremony
The Biennial Project
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The Biennial Project is an artists’ collaborative whose goal is to explore the nature and understand the perception of biennials within the art world and, in so doing, to develop a collective body of work that will be exhibited in as many biennials as possible – especially the really cool ones.
Now how can turn down a shot at fame and fortune like this? You might get so rich you can have a wedding to a human rights lawyer from London at The Aman Canal Grande Hotel in Venice and wisp them back to your Villa on Lake Coumo.
The potential for exposure is enormous! You’ll be running with the big dogs, or Italian Greyhounds, here. Duh!! It’s a no brainier…we want you to enter! We want the world to see your creations. We want you to be celebrated and wealthy. You must enter!!!
You can be as happy as Amal Alamuddin, now Amal Clooney, the day she said I DO to an actor named George in an Italian civil ceremony at Palazzo Cavalli surrounded by family and friends including Cindy Crawford, Rande Gerber, Anna Wintour, Matt Damon, Bono, and Bill Murray.