After a break of a year or so, the KCC is re-instituting its “Call for Artists” group show in which artists of Korea origin are invited to submit proposals for an exhibition to be held later this Spring. Note that the deadline for application has been extended to 14 March from the original 28 February.
Spring Exhibition 2015: KCC 0pen Call for Artists
Submission Deadline: 14 March, 2015
Exhibition organized by Korean Cultural Centre UK
1-3 Strand Grand Buildings | London WC2N 5BW
T +44(0)20 7004 2600 | www.kccuk.org.uk
- Submission Deadline: 14 March 2015 (extended from 28 February)
- Exhibition Duration: 20 April—9 May 2015 (3 Weeks)
- Selection Process: Mid March (TBA)
The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is looking for artists of Korean origin to present their work(s) for consideration as part of our Open Call for Artists 2015. The selected works will be exhibited at the KCCUK from April 2015 (April 20—May 9, 2015). This program is open to various forms of creative artistic expression and communication.
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, rethinking the present and revising the notion of the future.
The aim of the exhibition is to showcase Korean talent in the visual arts, exhibitors will be selected by a panel of judges organised by the KCCUK. The judges may select a single artist for a solo show or as part of a group show.
This will depend on the applications and internal discussion between the judges. And the result will be delivered by the KCCUK on an individual basis.
The KCCUK will be responsible for insuring the works during exhibition and transit, organizing pick-up and redelivery of the work within the UK, installation and dismantling. A small catalogue will be produced on the occasion of the exhibition. All artists will receive complimentary invitations to the opening reception as well as copies of the catalogue. If the judges select for a solo show, the KCCUK will support the budget up to 5,000 pounds and in case of the group show, the budget can be stretched up to 10,000 pounds. This will be negotiated further with the KCCUK once the selection process is completed.
Applications are to be made by sending a CV and the statement of intent, supporting visual material and documents, and a list of visuals. Applications are to be made by each individual, and only one is required per collective.
Please submit documentation that can illustrate one’s practice. When you submit the moving image, the committee is only able to watch the first 5 minutes of any footage, please therefore feel free to edit your material.
CDs should be PC formatted and works saved as JPEG images; each image should be at least 72 dpi and less than 1MB. Please do not send original or unique works.
Please make sure that all material is properly labelled with titles, dates and name of artists, failure to do this may mean it is not considered. You may include up to 3 publications and 5 press reviews/articles in your application. Please do not forget to include a list of visuals. Make sure that any additional information or links to web-based material is included on your application form.
Slides and other documentation are sent entirely at the applicant’s risk and will not be returned once the application has been considered.