Tiger Strikes Asteroid Open Call: Where Are You Now?

Tiger Strikes Asteroid Open Call: Where Are You Now?

This Deadline Expired: Monday, February 22, 2021

Deadline: February 22, 2021 Fee (USD): $20.00

We find ourselves in a time that tasks us to re-imagine our established rituals and relationship to “work.” New parameters on where and how we can be physically have demanded rapid adaptation from artists. TSA Philadelphia is curious about where (and how) you have ended up, within your work and within your work-space. This year, TSA Philadelphia’s Open Call is multidimensional, extending beyond an in-person exhibition into the realm of digital and print. They are offering a platform to share your work not only as an object, but as an extension of your physical space and state of mind. They are interested in the flux of your practice within this ever-changing reality, and how it has manifested in your studio.

Ten selected artists will have their artwork included in a group exhibition at TSA Philadelphia, an online exhibition on their website, featured on their social media, and a mailable printed periodical. Selected artists will be asked to document — a video, a recording, an audio clip, a piece of writing — the site or situation of their practice. Whether this is a formal studio space you have been working in for years, or if the last year has bumped you into the kitchen to make your art, they want to celebrate your perseverance. This is an opportunity to invite viewers into your process in whatever way you feel appropriate.

CALENDAR: January 11: Submissions open

February 22, 11:59 PM: Submission deadline

March 5: Notification of accepted artists

March 12: Delivery of accepted works, 12pm-7pm

March 19: Documentation of “work site” submitted

March 20-May 15: Exhibition dates

May 16: Pick up of all work

The entry fee of $20 can be waived on a case by case basis. Please consider that these entry fees directly support TSA Philadelphia’s operational and administrative costs before requesting a waiver.

The exhibition is open to artists ages 18 and older. International artists may also apply but are responsible for all shipping costs.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid retains a 30% commission on all sales.

Learn more and apply here.

Kellianne McCarthy is an InLiquid artist member.
Kellianne McCarthy
Kellianne McCarthy

Kellianne McCarthy is an InLiquid artist member.…

Kellianne McCarthy is an InLiquid artist member.…

Kellianne McCarthy is an InLiquid artist member.…

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in  a  fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement is created as she layers line, shape and texture.
Lee Muslin
Lee Muslin

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement…

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement is created as she layers line, shape and texture.…

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement is created as she layers line, shape and texture.…

In his introduction to "Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective", Peter Bunnell explored the notion of the “unheroic landscape,” a term that aptly described the photographer’s “concern for the land more as feeling than about the land as place.” I recognized in this characterization a kindred sensibility that continues to inform my work. I find myself drawn to both the apposition and opposition of natural and human-made elements in landscape photography, and seek to convey the emotional to and fro between timelessness and evanescence.
Geoffrey Ansel Agrons
Geoffrey Ansel Agrons

In his introduction to "Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective", Peter Bunnell explored the notion of the “unheroic…

In his introduction to "Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective", Peter Bunnell explored the notion of the “unheroic landscape,” a term that aptly described the photographer’s “concern for…

In his introduction to "Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective", Peter Bunnell explored the notion of the “unheroic landscape,” a term that aptly described the photographer’s “concern for the land more as feeling…

Barbara Schulman
Barbara Schulman
Frank M. Gaydos
Frank M. Gaydos
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