Round 1 is now over, the showcase winners have been notified and sent on to the jurors for deliberation. The Juried winners for Round 1 will be announced next week so stay tuned!
Didn't make it this round? There are five more rounds this year so keep workingon that latest series and be sure to keep adding new work to your profile, filling out descriptions and exhibitions histories and let your work rise to the top.
Jeremy E. Steinke
Jeremy E. Steinke is an art historian, dance dramaturg, film story-editor, cultural producer and contemporary art collector. A former classical musician, dancer, and choreographer, he is devoted to working with contemporary visual artists, performers, and filmmakers and the progressive institutions that support and present their work. Since receiving his Master’s degree in art history, Jeremy has worked in many facets of arts, media, and film administration and production. He has over ten years experience working directly with non-profit and public arts organizations, as well as working alongside artists and dancers themselves in studio and production environments. He was the Founding Chair of the Intervals emerging artist program at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, where he has long been a member of their Young Collectors Acquisitions Committee. Jeremy is a Commissioner at Art in General, a member of The Shandaken Project, and on the Board of Directors of the Fire Island Artist Residency.
Photograph by Ashley Barrett.
Francisco Rovira Rullán
From a very young age, Rovira Rullán excelled profesionally working for the prestigious Ronald S. Lauder Collection (NYC), in the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo of Puerto Rico, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston) and M&M proyectos (San Juan, Puerto Rico) among other institutions and companies. In 2003, then 26 years old, he founded Galería Comercial, a space that blazed the trail for a whole new world of contemporary art in the island with a significant international splash.
Founded in the year 2011, Roberto Paradise is his latest art adventure. In less than three years from it's inauguration, Rovira Rullán has vigorously placed his new project in the international art fair circuit (ARCOmadrid, NADA Miami, NADA New York, among others), art and mainstream media (for example, LA Times, Flash Art, New York Times, El País, CNN, Modern Painters, Beautiful Decay) and participated in collaborations with prestigious galleries around the world (Andrea Rosen Gallery, ltd los angeles and Josh Lilley Gallery to name a few). Since February 2014, Roberto Paradise is a Member of the New Art Dealers Alliance.
Juliette Desorgues is a curator and writer based in London. She currently works as Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, working on numerous exhibitions, talks and publications. Previous to that she worked at Barbican Art Gallery, London, and was involved in the curating of exhibitions and editing of accompanying publications such asBauhaus Art as Life, Geoffrey Farmer, Everything Was Moving.