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International ArtExpo invites all curators to submit curatorial proposals for the 2013 International festivals programme.
Proposals are open to Photography, Video Art, Computer Graphics, Painting, Architecture, Installation, Sculpture and Performing Art.
The main theme of International ArtExpo Festivals is the Hybridization and mixing of Identities and borders. Nowadays, urban environments, people, rules and limits are no more distinct realities, but they constantly modify and get mixed together, generating new connections and hybrid results. Ethic, social, sexual and religious borders get confused and we feel free to overcome and change all the limits, creating and showing a new type of identity: a crossbreed of characters inserts into a metropolis in which you can find everything you need and become everything you desire.
– an exhibition proposal of up to 1000 words
– a list of at least five potential artists along with CVs
– at least one image per artist, or one video work (send only the link) per artist for video-based work
– detailed image list
– curator’s CV
International ArtExpo is a not for profit organization dedicated to contemporary art and video art that provides a significant forum for cultural dialogue between all artists from different cultures and countries. Its object is to use new technologies to globalize the language of art, to connect the conceptual points of contact of artists working in every part of the world, all united in the thick plot of the world net. From painting to sculpture, from photography to digital art, all the way to video art the work is all manifestation of one will: to communicate through art, a language that transcends the boundaries of language and all political and geographical barriers and unites all religions and all peoples. Since its beginning, the group has organized more than 60 events all around the world. Most of the last events have been realized in museums (CCCB – Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona in Spain, NCCA – National Center for Contemporary Arts in Moscow, etc.), galleries and private foundations. More than 800 artists are part of the Group.