NordArt 2022 International Call For Artists now is over!
NordArt 2022 International Call For Artists: NordArt 2021 Open Call For Artists recently organized 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.
NordArt 2022 International Call For Artists, one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe organized by Kunstwerk Carlshütte, has been recently opened for entries inviting artists from all around the world to submit their work.
NordArt is one of the largest juried exhibition of contemporary art in Europe, representing all facets of visual arts:
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 artists will be selected by a jury by mid-February 2022. 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.
➜ 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.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
Artists from all over the world can apply to participate in the exhibition.
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.