Surpassing the obscurity and challenges of the present time, we explore how a sense of transcendence, sublimation, and hope is found through the artistic practice and how artists can act as beacons of light and optimism for the entire community. We are seeking painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography Installation, mixed media, video* that go beyond politics and organized religion, bringing the viewer to an elevated plane of peace and tranquillity.
Important Dates :
Open call Deadline: JAN 20
Notification: JAN 22
Delivery of selected works: JAN 24-25 Time TBC via email
Opening Saturday Jan 30 12-6pm
-Artwork must be original and come from you – the artist. (no digital reproductions).
-Artist must live in NYC.
-There is no entry fee to submit your work but accepted artists pay a hanging fee of $30, by cash, check or Venmo.
-Hanging fees go directly toward the expenses of the exhibition
-Work must be ready to hang ie; frames or wired, no clips or pins –no size limit and prices bellow $1,000 ( we hold the right to make exceptions )
*video artist is responsible for providing equipment to show work
-Please SUBMIT up to 2 jpeg images of the works you like to show, include title, year, dimension, material, and price to firstname.lastname@example.org including TRASENDENCE in the subject.
-Jpegs must not exceed 2mb. Please don’t send multiple emails
Local Project takes a 30% fee if your work is sold. Sales will be finalized at the end of each exhibition.
-This exhibition will be Juried by LP team John Baber, Grabriella Mazza and Carolina Peñafiel.
-Once notified, you will be guided to drop off dates, payment must be done at acceptance or drop off.
-Artists are responsible for the drop-off and pick-up of any and all artwork.
-Any artwork left without notice for more than a week after the end of the show at LP, Local Project will not be held responsible.
-Please note Local Project does NOT provide insurance for the artwork.
– Due to COVID-19, LP follows all protocols to keep and maintain a safe and clean space, we are only open by appointment and everyone entering the gallery at any time must wear a mask.