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Juror: Nancy Princenthal: Critic, former Senior Editor of Art in America, NYC.
Making and Taking: "Pictures" Reconsidered
A mutual interest linking painting and photography is as old as cameras. Lately, under the digital regime, it has taken a number of new turns. It may be that women have a particular stake in this relationship between the handmade and the mechanically or electronically produced, as between the provinces of subjective and commercial expression. To test that proposition, we are calling for submissions by artists who are investigating the intersection of hand produced and photographic pictures.
Nancy Princenthal is a New York-based critic and former Senior Editor of Art in America, for which she continues to write regularly; other
publications to which she has contributed include Artforum, Parkett, the Village Voice, and the New York Times. Her monograph on Hannah Wilke
was published by Prestel in 2010; she has also written essays for monographs on Michelle Stuart, Shirin Neshat, Doris Salcedo, Robert Mangold
and Alfredo Jaar, among others. She is a co-author of two recent books on leading women artists, including The Reckoning: Women Artists of the
New Millennium (Prestel, fall 2013). At present Princenthal is writing a book about Agnes Martin. She has taught at the Center for Curatorial
Studies, Bard College; Princeton University; Yale University, RISD, Montclair State University and she is currently on the faculty of the School of
- All women artists, including self-identified women, may submit original works of art.
- Painting in any medium, photography, prints, drawing, works on paper, new media, sculpture, mixed media, traditional or non-traditional materials are welcome. **
- There is no size limit on artwork.
**Please note that installations will only be accepted if they have been completed. NO PROPOSALS for installations will be accepted.**
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December 4, 2014 - January 3, 2015.
Thursday, December 4th, 6pm to 9pm.
Delivery of Work:
All work accepted for the exhibition must arrive at the gallery framed and/or ready to hang/install.
Work may be shipped via FedEx or UPS ONLY.
Return postage MUST BE provided for unsold work. Work may also be hand delivered during gallery hours.