Dek Unu Magazine – April 2019 Edition

Dek Unu Magazine – April 2019 Edition

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Dek Unu Magazine publishes solo fine photoart portfolios monthly online themed and curated by each artist alone. Dek Unu seeks lens-based work from artists whose images show mastery of craft and mature artistic vision. Well-made images that “hang together” as a collection are preferred. International submissions are warmly encouraged.

Submit portfolios of 11 web-resolution images, along with a cv/bio, and a 500 word (max) artist’s statement to describe the work. The magazine is published in English and all correspondence with the production staff is in English. Please stay away from gratuitous violence or straight up porn; otherwise, museum standards re: nudity, political speech, and aesthetic adventure apply.

The deadline for this call is March 20, 2019. After the editorial staff selects an artist for the issue, the featured artist will be interviewed for publication. Please see back issues for a sense of the possibilities related to the interview.

Dek Unu Magazine is a non-profit, non-advertising publication. There is no fee to submit and no pay. Features are extensively promoted on arts-interest social media.

To see the current issue and to review back issues, visit https://www.dekunumag.com. Complete guidelines for submission are at https://www.dekunumag.com/submit.
Legalese related to publication is at https://www.dekunumag.com/terms-of-publication

All submissions will be reviewed and considered; all respondents will be notified as soon after deadline as humanly possible.

Solo exhibition of selected artist for the month online. Images are used to promote the magazine and the work of the artist on other arts-interest websites and social media pages.

Paula Mandel

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature…

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature twist. As I refer to my most sacred toys, I try to evoke universal images.…

My interest in glass and found objects has allowed me to re-immerse myself in the world of toys, this time with a more mature twist. As I refer to my most sacred toys, I try to evoke universal images. There is a compelling…

Brian David Dennis

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral…

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral vision. Drawn to use common materials.…

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral vision. Drawn to use common materials.…

Laura Demme
Kristin Schattenfield-Rein

Kristin Schattenfield-Rein’s latest work mixes natural elements with unnatural and man-made mediums to explore the six states…

Kristin Schattenfield-Rein’s latest work mixes natural elements with unnatural and man-made mediums to explore the six states of existence between death and rebirth.…

Kristin Schattenfield-Rein’s latest work mixes natural elements with unnatural and man-made mediums to explore the six states of existence between death and rebirth.…

Melissa Maddonni Haims

Melissa Maddonni Haims is a sculptor based in Philadelphia that uses various fibers to create knit graffiti, soft sculpture,…

Melissa Maddonni Haims is a sculptor based in Philadelphia that uses various fibers to create knit graffiti, soft sculpture, and large-scale installations. She also sews quilts using vintage fabrics and…

Melissa Maddonni Haims is a sculptor based in Philadelphia that uses various fibers to create knit graffiti, soft sculpture, and large-scale installations. She also sews quilts using vintage fabrics and subversive text.…

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