Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Call to Artists Denver Colorado: Denver Modernism Show Juried Art Gallery

Some of Colorado's best modern galleries and artists - old and new - will be showcased at the Denver Modernism Show.

There are TWO WAYS ARTISTS MAY PARTICIPATE in the Denver Modernism Show:
1) Rent a booth space (minimal juryng process - we just make sure your style is a good fit.)
2) Submit Entries to our "Denver Modernism Gallery"  - a juried art show on our main show floor.  

DENVER MODERNISM GALLERY
featuring guest jurors

Michael Paglia & Robert Delaney
Pioneers of Denver’s modernism scene, Paglia and Delaney opened Denver’s oldest retro mod shop, Popular Culture, in 1981. Today, Paglia is best known as the Art Critic for Westword, who also frequently contributes reviews to national magazines like Art in America and Art, Ltd.  Delaney minds the shop, Popular Culture, at 1957 S. Broadway, and  has also become one of the region’s leading modern sculptors, currently signed with William Havu Gallery. 


Curated by Sarah Quinlan
www.sarahquinlan.net

Artists, are you MODERN?


How do you interpret Modernism?  Is your work an homage to the past or a continuation of those ideas?  Do you gain inspiration from the googie styles of the 1950’s’, or the sleek lines of Le Courbousier?  All genres, styles, and mediums will be considered, as long as they relate to the theme of “modernism”.


This is your chance to have your work seen by over 3000 art and culture lovers, who will be coming ready to shop at the Denver Modernism Show! 

The show runs August 27-29 and will be held at the Denver National Western Complex Expo Hall.  

This will be the fifth year for the Denver Modernism Show, and the biggest yet!  For more information about the Denver Modernism Show, please visit our website at denvermodernism.com. 

Enter as many works as you like, each entry is only $10.00 per piece! Entry fees does not guarantee acceptance into the show, which will be determined by our juror(s). All entries should be made electronically, as emailed  jpegs.
Accepted artists are responsible for delivery and pick-up of  their artwork to and from the Expo Hall.  If you need to ship work, please contact art@denvermodernism.com for more  information. 

Jpeg submissions, info and payments are due by the end of August 12.
  
Timeline:
Aug. 12 - Deadline for submissions
Aug. 17 - Notify artists of acceptance status
Aug. 25 -  Accepted artists deliver work to National Western Complex Expo Hall 2 - 6 pm.
Aug. 26 - Opening Night. Accepted Artist plus 1 guest admitted to VIP Reception & Party 5 - 10pm.
Aug. 28 - Closing Date: Artists must pick up work at National Western Complex Expo Hall 3 - 6pm.

The Fine Print:  
Submissions: Please format all images as .jpgs at 72 dpi, no larger than 1920 pixels in any direction.  Please lable images as example, Artist Firstname Lastname_title_dimenisions.jpeg
John Smith_Untitled_19inx20in.jpg

Requirements: All work must be dry and ready to properly hang.  Set-up diagram must accompany multiple-piece works.  All selected art must remain in place for the duration of the show.  Accepted art may be photographed for publicity purposes.  The curator retains the right to reject any work that is not as represented in the submitted image, or work that does not have appropraite hanging materials.  All work must have the artist's name, the title of the work, the price of the work, and a contact phone number and email clearly labelled on the back.  Sculptors must provide their own pedestal if they wish to have one.

Delivery:  Delivery and pick up of accepted work is the sole responsibility of the artist.  If you need to ship work, please contact us at art@denvermodernism.com for further details.  Accepted work is to be dropped off at the Denver Coliseum Expo Hall,  4655 Humboldt St. (Washington exit off of I-70; refer to map on website for further details) on Thursday, August 26. 2010,  between 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.  Work must be picked up at the same location on Sunday, August 29, 2010 from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.  As there is no on-site storage available, we cannot ensure the safety of any work left after that time. 

Sales:  The Denver Modernism Show will handle sale and delivery of all artwork sold, and will retain a 25% commission on works sold.  Artists will be paid for sold work at the pick-up time on Sunday. 

Liability:  The Denver Modernism Show will take all precautions to protect your art, but is NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS DUE TO DAMAGE OR THEFT.  We provide overnight security & professional handling staff.

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