NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists

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NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists

NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists now is over!

NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists: NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists recently organised by Kunstwerk Carlshütte, an non-profit cultural initiative, is one of the largest annual international juried exhibition of contemporary art in Europe, representing all facets of visual arts.

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NordArt, organised by the non-profit cultural initiative Kunstwerk Carlshütte, is a prestigious and transformative international contemporary art exhibition held annually, creating a dynamic platform for both established and emerging artists from around the globe. This grand artistic endeavor, taking place between June and October, stands as one of Europe’s largest and most influential showcases of modern creativity. Each year, NordArt is reimagined, offering a fresh and stimulating perspective on the world of art. Set against the backdrop of the historic foundry halls of Carlshütte, boasting 22,000 square meters of exhibition space, as well as the charming ACO Wagenremise building and a sprawling 80,000 square meters of sculpture park, NordArt provides a distinctive and immersive experience for artists and art enthusiasts alike. The exhibition is a testament to the power of artistic dialogue, as it brings together more than 200 selected artists, transcending boundaries and inviting viewers on a profound journey of discovery. NordArt’s uniqueness lies in its ability to foster cross-cultural understanding, emphasizing the shared thoughts and ideas between East and West, South and North, while simultaneously celebrating the diversity of individual perspectives. To promote a deeper appreciation of global artistry, NordArt annually dedicates an individual pavilion to a specific country and collaborates with embassies, cultural institutions, and curators from various nations on special projects. Guided by the visionary Wolfgang Gramm as the principal curator and Inga Aru as the senior curator, NordArt continues to be a beacon of creative expression, making it a must-visit for anyone seeking a profound artistic experience. NordArt 2024 International Call For Artists, one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe organised by Kunstwerk Carlshütte, has been recently opened for entries inviting artists from all around the world to submit their work.

NordArt is a prestigious and transformative international contemporary art exhibition held annually, creating a dynamic platform for both established and emerging artists from around the globe.

Set against the backdrop of the historic foundry halls of Carlshütte, boasting 22,000 square meters of exhibition space, as well as the charming ACO Wagenremise building and a sprawling 80,000 square meters of sculpture park, NordArt provides a distinctive and immersive experience for artists and art enthusiasts alike. The exhibition is a testament to the power of artistic dialogue, as it brings together more than 200 selected artists, transcending boundaries and inviting viewers on a profound journey of discovery.
NordArt is one of the largest juried exhibition of contemporary art in Europe, representing all facets of visual arts:

Painting
Graphic
Photo
Video
Sculpture
Object
Installation
Performance
Other

Between June and October, paintings and sculptures, photographs and installations by more than 200 selected artists (internationally renowned as well as newcomers) from all over the world come together as a monumental piece of art.

The jury is made up of curators, artists, an art historian, and the supervisory board and management.

The NordArt Prize is awarded annually to one artist. The prize winner is announced towards the end of the exhibition and is invited to participate in NordArt again. The award ceremony takes place at the NordArt opening in the following year.

Submission requirements

Artist resume (Word or PDF file, max 1MB).
Additional material (optional): texts, articles, reviews (Word or PDF file, max 1MB).
Select field (painting, sculpture, installation, photo, etc.). Multiple selection possible.
Upload images of artworks, which could be shown at NordArt: up to 10 files (1 MB max single file, formats: JPG, GIF, PNG, PDF), fill text fields with information. Field „web link“: link for video work or image file.

Who may enter?

Artists from all over the world can apply to participate.

Prize

The NordArt-Prize is worth 10,000 EUR. The three Public Choice Awards are endowed with 1,000 euros each and come with an invitation to participate in the NordArt the following year. the three winning artists will be invited to the prize-giving ceremony.

Entry fees

There is no entry fee to participate!

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