start'17 poster with the 2017 key visual: Steven Siegel, Freight and Barrel, Pittsburgh
Show your art piece throughout Europe
We are looking for the key visual image of start'18 - the International Celebration of Contemporary Sculpture. The theme for 2018 is "Sculpture and Architecture".
Your artwork could be the image used for our promotion campaign and be seen by around 60.000 art professionals and enthusiasts!
Apply now by sending us your proposal and reach the sculpture scene throughout Europe and beyond.
The winning art work will be seen Europe wide on all digital and printed advertisment material, on our website, newsletters, social media channels and press releases. Furthermore it will be seen on the backside of our printed plan with all hosts, with an edition of 5.000 copies which will be placed at the ca. 70 venues.
start'18 - the International Celebration of Contemporary Sculpture will take place on 28 January 2018 at the same time in 21 different countries. We expect about 6.000 guests, among them art professionals, artists, gallery owners, curators, collectors and friends of sculpture.
How to apply?
We need a representative picture of one of your works which can illustate our annual topic "Sculpture and Architecture". In 2018 sculpture network will focus on the relation between sculpture and architecture: sculptures, installations and environments as elements creating space. The topic is the human living space, its formations and impacts. We are looking forward to extraordinary details, unusual perspectives and beautiful presentations of your work.
Technical features of the picture:
- high definition (min. 300 dpi, min. 42 x 60 cm)
- file format JPEG, TIFF, RAR
Criteria for submitting proposals: You are a member of sculpture network
We’re looking forward to receiving your application!
APPLY NOW Deadline: 12 September 2017
sculpture network is a European, non-profit organisation established in 2004 for the support and advancement of contemporary sculpture. A networking platform for interchange between anybody involved with, or interested in sculpture and three-dimensional art, both professionals and friends of the arts.