The same folks who put together the Armory Show on New York’s Pier 92 are creating a show for unrepresented artists a few weeks after the 2011 edition of the Armory Show:
The Artist Project, an exhibition of fine art by a selection of unrepresented international artists, will make its debut in New York City at Pier 92, March 17-20, 2011, co-located with the 10th Anniversary edition of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show at Pier 94.
Unlike art fairs that only allow art galleries to exhibit, the artist project provides artists with the opportunity to reach the contemporary art world directly in spaces that maintain gallery and museum like production values with state of the art exhibition walls, lights and generous public spaces. The four-day show will offer an eclectic program of talks, special features and art installations.
Information on getting into the program is available below:
Artists who work in 2D, Photography, Mixed Media and Sculpture are invited to apply to The Artist Project by visiting www.theartistprojectny.com. Applications must be received by October 15, 2010, and will be juried by a panel of leading art professionals.
Artists who work in 2D, Photography, Mixed Media and Sculpture are invited to apply to The Artist Project. Applications are due by October 15, 2010. All applications will be juried by a panel of leading art professionals and notification will be sent by October 31, 2010. For detailed information about the show and the online application, please visit: www.theartistprojectny.com. For more information about exhibiting, please contact Reed McMillan, Show Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646.778.3237.