OPEN CALL: The Untitled Magazine “Innovate” Print Edition + The Untitled Space Exhibition
Applications Now Open // Submission Deadline (Extended): May 23, 2021
What does “Innovate” mean to you?
Perhaps you have always felt “innovative”? Or perhaps you recently had to evolve and adapt your creativity or studio practice due to the pandemic… Did you have to transform your style or medium due to the challenges you faced? We want to hear your story, how you are innovative whatever that means to you – we want to hear inspiring stories from artists and creatives who have overcome obstacles to keep creating no matter what has been in their way or how they create it!
The Untitled Magazine is pleased to announce a partnership with The Untitled Space for an exclusive artist open call for the “Innovate” Collector’s Print Issue and Group Exhibition.
The Untitled Magazine invites artists to submit their work for the magazine’s first annual Artist Open Call with submissions now open through May 3rd. Get featured in The Untitled Mag’s next Print and Digital Collector’s Edition, themed “Innovate” as well as exhibit your work in a group show at The Untitled Space gallery in Tribeca, New York. The Special Collector’s Issue will revolve around the most innovative artists and creatives and will debut along with the “Innovate” exhibition this September in New York City.
Selected artists will be featured with one to six pages in the print issue along with their artist biography and/or artist statement, their artwork will be featured in the gallery’s in-person exhibition and will additionally include an online viewing room of the exhibition on the website, online exclusive of the exhibition on Artsy, special coverage of the exhibition on a variety of media outlets, as well as coverage on the magazine and gallery social media channels. Artists will additionally have the opportunity to submit their work for consideration for the cover of The Untitled Magazine’s “Innovate” issue. The selected artist’s work will be featured on the cover along with an exclusive interview about their artwork inside the issue. Fashion, beauty, and entertainment creatives, as well as illustration artists, can submit their work for the “Innovate” issue through our portal on Kavyar.
The “Innovate” Collector’s Print Issue and Gallery Group Show will be curated by Indira Cesarine, editor in chief of The Untitled Magazine and gallery director of The Untitled Space. Artists who submit may also be considered for future opportunities with The Untitled Space gallery such as art fairs, group shows, online exhibitions, and exclusives, as well as future opportunities for coverage in The Untitled Magazine and its online channels. Submissions are open to all artists, both national and international, working in all visual mediums.
The “INNOVATE” Issue + Exhibit Open Call includes:
- PUBLICATION IN THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE “INNOVATE” COLLECTOR PRINT + DIGITAL ISSUE
- IN-PERSON GALLERY GROUP SHOW AT THE UNTITLED SPACE
- ONLINE VIEWING ROOM OF EXHIBITION ON UNTITLED-SPACE.COM
- ONLINE EXCLUSIVE OF THE EXHIBITION ON ARTSY.NET
- PRESS OUTREACH REGARDING THE EXHIBITION TO INTERNATIONAL ART & CULTURE MAGAZINES + ART CRITICS
- SOCIAL MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE SELECTED ARTWORK ON ALL GALLERY + MAGAZINE CHANNELS (150,000+ COMBINED)
EXHIBITION / ISSUE RELEASE DATES: SEPTEMBER 2021
The Untitled Magazine + The Untitled Space gallery will host a reception for the “INNOVATE” issue launch and group exhibition opening, which will take place September 2021. The gallery will additionally post the exhibition and artwork on Artsy.net as well as other sites to promote the artwork to international collectors. A number of virtual activations will also be implemented to promote the exhibition including an online viewing room, Instagram artist talks and other special programming to be announced.
• Submissions are open to all artists, both national and international, working in all visual mediums.
• An application is required for all artists to be considered. No exceptions.
• Artists or art organizations/agents are welcome to submit their works for consideration (only 1 artist per application)
• We do not accept walk-ins or any unsolicited artwork emailed or shipped by mail.
• Works can be figurative or abstract and of any medium.
• Works submitted must be available for publication and exhibition.
• All artwork images submitted must also be available in high res format if confirmed. (8.5 x 11 inches at 300 DPI)
• Artists may submit their work for consideration for the opportunity for a non-refundable review fee of $35 USD.
• Artists who wish to be considered for The Untitled Magazine “Innovate” Print Issue Cover may submit their work for the cover an additional fee of $15. The selected artist will be featured on the cover along with an exclusive interview about their artwork.
• Contemporary artists must submit through The Untitled Space gallery application.
• Fashion, beauty, and illustration submissions (not for sale via the exhibition) can be submitted through our portal on KAVYAR.
• Artists who have previously exhibited with The Untitled Space qualify for a 30% discount on the application fee, contact us for more info.
For more information and to submit your work view the application
Please Note: The non-refundable submission review fee is required to complete the application. Submitting your work does not guarantee inclusion in the publication or exhibition. Thank you for your understanding.
ABOUT THE UNTITLED SPACE
The Untitled Space is an art gallery located in Tribeca, New York in a landmark building on Lispenard Street. Founded in 2015 by Indira Cesarine, the gallery features an ongoing curation of exhibits of emerging and established contemporary artists exploring conceptual framework and boundary-pushing ideology through mediums of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video, and performance art. The gallery is committing to exploring new ideas vis-à-vis traditional and new mediums and highlights a program of women in art. Since launching The Untitled Space gallery in 2015, Cesarine has curated over 40 exhibitions and has exhibited artwork by more than 450 artists. Her curatorial for The Untitled Space includes solo shows for artists Sarah Maple, Rebecca Leveille, Alison Jackson, Fahren Feingold, Jessica Lichtenstein, Tom Smith, Loren Erdrich, Kat Toronto aka Miss Meatface, Katie Commodore, and Jeanette Hayes among many others. Notable group shows include “Art4Equality x Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness” public art exhibition and group show presented in collaboration with Save Art Space, “IRL: Investigating Reality,” “BODY BEAUTIFUL,” “SHE INSPIRES,” Special Projects “EDEN” and “(HOTEL) XX” at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, and internationally-celebrated group shows “UPRISE/ANGRY WOMEN,” and “ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE” responding to the political climate in America, as well as numerous other critically-acclaimed exhibitions. Recent press on Indira Cesarine & The Untitled Space includes Vogue (US), Vogue Italia, CNN, Forbes, Newsweek, W Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, i-D Magazine, Dazed and Confused, and The New York Times among many others.
To view recent press on The Untitled Space visit: untitled-space.com/featured-press
ABOUT THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE
The Untitled Magazine presents the latest in art, fashion, and culture for creative audiences with an eye for originality. Founded in 2009, The Untitled Magazine is an independent publication featuring exclusive interviews with inspirational talent in the art, fashion, and entertainment worlds, along with coverage of international exhibits, art fairs, film festivals, global events, and more. The Untitled Magazine is published with a weekly online edition, complemented by collector print issues which are available for purchase internationally via select bookshops, galleries, and retailers, as well as online. Our carefully curated editorials highlight the latest in fashion, art, and design. Readers can additionally experience the magazine in person at our special events including art exhibitions, panel discussions, fashion presentations, and film screenings. The publication has been invited to exhibit its original productions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, at fundraisers for the Louvre Museum, at Art Basel Miami, and Cannes Film Festival, among many others.
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