Call For Art: Global Curated Online Exhibition With Guest Curator Gita Joshi

Call For Art: Global Curated Online Exhibition With Guest Curator Gita Joshi

This Deadline Expired: Monday, November 30, 2020

Create! Magazine Is Thrilled To Invite Visual Artists To Submit Their Work To A Juried International Virtual Exhibition With Gita Joshi.

This open call is an opportunity to submit your work for consideration for a curated virtual group show. If chosen, your work will be included in a virtual exhibition through Create! Magazine and promoted to their broad audience of international readers, collectors, and followers.

Learn more and submit here

About the curator:

Gita Joshi is an independent curator, an award-winning art dealer, and the host of The Curator’s Salon – a podcast and website focussing on the art world with advice for early and mid-career artists.

She has an art history background and trained in curating at Central St Martins before opening her own gallery, Orso Major, in Central London (2013-2016)

Gita has produced artists open studio programs, worked with arts charities, organised open exhibitions, been a juror for art competitions, and curated exhibitions in business spaces as well as within the gallery context.

She works as an artist coach supporting artists to establish their careers and paint their own profitable path.

She has curated over 30 exhibitions and her first virtual exhibition opened in April 2020. 

Gita is the author of the bestselling book, Show Your Art – How to build an art career without a Gallery.  

She says “There are more artists than galleries could ever manage today. And if you are an artist, you are best positioned to show your art and reach an appreciative audience directly. Artists are the best advocates of their work and need to learn to become their own agents. The idea that you must have a gallery for any kind of success is an outdated one. Sadly this idea keeps artists stuck and unseen, when in fact the tools and resources to exhibit and sell their work is available to them right now.”

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Composing in series, and often series within series, all of my projects from the past couple of decades have dealt with social…

Composing in series, and often series within series, all of my projects from the past couple of decades have dealt with social issues, and more recently have embraced text as both content and image:

*…

Composing in series, and often series within series, all of my projects from the past couple of decades have dealt with social issues, and more recently have embraced text as both content and image:

* states of mind as…

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Matthew Borgen
Matthew Borgen

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

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