10 days left to submit your application to VOX X: Present Tense!
Vox Populi is happy to announce an open call for VOX X: Present Tense – our tenth annual juried exhibition of emerging artists, which will take place July 11th- August 1st 2014. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2014.
To apply, download a prospectus here and follow the instructions. The application is on SlideRoom and can be accessed here.
Vox Populi is particularly interested in highlighting work in all media that pushes boundaries in terms of form and content, is ambitious and timely, and is experimental and risk-taking.
This is a great professional opportunity to show in a professional exhibition space and bring your work to a large, new audience.
This year’s jurors are Howie Chen and Matthew Brannon.
is a New York-based curator involved in collaborative art production and research. Chen is a founder of Dispatch, a curatorial production office and project space founded in New York City, later transitioning to a peripatetic exhibition model. His past curatorial experience includes organizing exhibitions and programs at the Whitney Museum of American Art and MoMA P.S.1 among other international institutions. Chen is currently teaching critical theory at the New York University Steinhardt School and Parsons The New School for Design. He is a lecturer and research affiliate at the Art, Culture and Technology program at MIT.
is an American artist living and working in New York City. Brannon studied visual arts, art theory and psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles and received a Masters of Fine Arts from Columbia University in New York. Beginning in January of 2011, he presented a major body of work at Portikus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. This solo exhibition, A question answered with a quote, is the third adaptation of two prior exhibitions; Reservations, at Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraitchal, Germany, and Mouse Trap, Light Switch, at the Museum M, Leuven, Belgium. Other solo museum exhibitions include; Where Were We, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York and Try and Be Grateful, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto. He is also the author of the novels Antelope (2013) and Leopard (2014) as well as a biographer of the late actor Laurence Harvey.
Applicants may submit up to five works in any media. Application fee is $35.