A HEARTWARMING TALE FOR THE HOLIDAYS

by the-biennial-project 25. December 2013 14:24

So the other night we had perhaps one too many at one of the Glittering Art Soirees that are mandatory this time of year, and got to chatting with artist friends about the Roadshow Biennial Marfa that The Biennial Project is hosting this coming April.

One of our co-conspirators, who had had, if we are to be entirely honest, perhaps two too many, suggested that we should ask our favorite art critic Jerry Saltz to jury the show with us.

At the time this sounded like just the most daring and Biennial Project thing to do, so we agreed with said co-conspirator that he should chat the old boy up and see if he was game.

What a surprise then when we awakened the next day to find that the aforementioned co-conspirator had face-booked his friend Jerry and asked him to jury our show.

Egad we thought - what would ever have given him the idea to do such a thing? What could he have been thinking? Seriously, that man drinks too much.

But as it happens around the holidays, everything happens for a purpose, and the purpose is always good.

And the purpose of our little adventure was to confirm that Sir Jerry Saltz is indeed not only the best major critic writing in the English language today, but also just the nicest and most decent famous person out there.

Not only did he answer our sorry little asses (OK, maybe not SO little this time of year), but he gave us a rejection letter that surely will reign forever as the most goddamned sweet rejection letter of all time.

Herewith:

On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 11:37 PM, Jerry Saltz wrote:

I want to – but I am so so so busy these days.

NYM is stopping publishing weekly and going bi-weekly; means MORE on-line writing for me; Whitney Biennial is March, etc., etc.

I am poor; you are poor: Bad match.

You don’t have enough to pay me. I can’t work for less than I charge – which is WAY more than you have.

I LOVE being asked; your lives there are so so much bigger than mine here.

I truly envy you all for these lives lived in art…

Thank you; I am honored to have been asked,

Really.

Sigh,

Jerry

OK Biennial Project friends, If you can find us a more generous rejection letter, we will print it in our blog - but we know you can't because such a thing would be outside the realm of human possibility.

Other than the general niceness, there are three things worth pointing out about this response:

Jerry Saltz thinks we're poor. Is it that obvious? Maybe we should stop cutting our own hair to save money. But more importantly,

Jerry Saltz thinks we're artists. How many times have we tried to explain this to you?  Take THAT, painters of fruit - we told you so!

Jerry Saltz thinks we're much bigger than him. OK, now we're just melting in a warm pool of wonderful.  LADADADADADA! LADADADADADA!

While we still have visions of invites to major biennials dancing in our heads, and definitely plan to achieve our goal of becoming super famous in the coming year, until then, this will do nicely. And they say there is no Santa Clause!

Now, be well-behaved children and go follow the good Mr. Saltz on face-book and wherever else you find him, so that you can enjoy his refreshing take on art and the art world - and don't forget to tell him The Biennial Project sent you!

js

(US with Jerry outside the Whitney Biennial Preview Party last year.)

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YOUR INVITATION TO SHOW YOUR WORK AT BIENNIAL ROADSHOW MARFA

by the-biennial-project 8. December 2013 14:51
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The Biennial Project is pleased to announce an open call to artists worldwide for Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 - an online juried competition and screen digital presentation.

If your rousing work is selected it will be shown on our very busy website and in a blog posting reaching over 3,000 art world movers and shakers.

Best of all - your art will be presented as part of a giant screen digital display at The Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang* and Gala (that is a reception for you non-Texans) being held at world-renowned El Cosmico, the coolest gathering spot for trend-makers in the art-world Mecca of Marfa, Texas.

This glittering shindig is being held on Friday April 4th, 2014 - where all selected art work will be seen by the contemporary artists and artisans who inhabit or visit this Western hamlet and by The Biennial Project’s massive entourage who will be in Marfa that entire week. This is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. Much better.

The Jurors will be the members of The Biennial Project - plus a special celebrity guest juror to be announced.

marfablog2Now, you may ask  - why Marfa, Texas?

Well for those of you who might not know – prepare to get all fired up, because this tiny town perched on the high plains of the Chihuahua desert is nothing less than an art’s world station of the cross, like Art Basel in Miami, or Documenta in Germany.

It's a blue-chip arts desmarfablog5tination for the sort of glamorous scenesters who visit Amsterdam for the Rijksmuseum and the drugs.

It all started when the acclaimed minimalist artist Donald Judd left New York City in the 1970s for this dusty dot of a town. He wanted to escape the art scene he claimed to disdain.

With the help of the DIA Foundation, Judd acquired an entire Army base, and before he died in 1994, he filled it with art, including light installations by Dan Flavin and Judd's own signature boxes. Now it’s a whole creative community.

An extremely fashionable and well-connected creative community. A creative community that needs to see your work.

How can you turn down a shot at fame and fortune like this? You might get so rich you can eat fried chicken all week! More chicken any man ever seen!

The potential for exposure is enormous! You’ll be running with the big dogs here.

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It’s a no brainier…we want you to enter! We want the world to see your creations. We want you to be celebrated and wealthy. You must enter!!! You can be as happy as a boardinghouse pup if you do!

Once again all selected work will be displayed on our website gallery and in a blog posting that reaches an audience of 3,000. Your work will also will be included in a digital art display to be shown at The Biennial Project's Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang and Gala.

In addition, the artist who is bestowed the title of Marfa Town Marshall (The Grand Prizewinner) will have a solo gallery show on our website, and a solo blog posting of 15 pieces or his/her work to our on-line audience of over 3,000.


ENTRY PROCEDURE:
Go to biennialroadshow.com and click the ENTER NOW link or simply click this link:

ENTER THE BIENNIAL ROADSHOW MARFA

APPLICATION DEADLINE: All application materials must be submitted by 12pm EST February 14th, 2014.

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**For you behind-the-times urbanites, a hoodang is defined in the Urban Dictionary as "a party, festival or celebration. This word is used in the southern region of the USA to describe informal get-togethers that involve dancing and playing the fiddle such as hoedowns and lynchings. EX "Hoowee! Boy, that sure was a fun hoodang!" "Which one? The dance, or when we hung that guy for lookin at our women?""There are so many, I forget which one." "both: HOOOWEE!". Or “Hoowee! Boy, this sure will be a fun hoodang! We’ll get all gussied up and paint the town and the front porch then shoot out the lights. You can throw your Stetson over the windmill!!”

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HOOWEE!

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Announcing the Biennial Roadshow!

by the-biennial-project 9. November 2013 13:11

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                                  (Rootless Cosmopolitans hit the road again!)

Attention Unindicted Co-conspirators and Fellow Travelers!

The Biennial Project  - never content to rest on our ever more sizable laurels - is just tickled to announce an Intensely Cool New Thing!

In the "off" year from our infamous Assaults on the Venice Biennale, we are going to host Biennial Exhibits in a series of Super Fun Art Locales that we have always wanted to visit.

Hence, the title - The Biennial Roadshow.

(Get the play on Antique’s Roadshow? Aren’t we just the cleverest and the meta-est?)

As we anticipate it, for future Biennial Roadshows, anyone who wants to can suggest a destination, but for the first one we have already picked a place.

The place is Marfa, Texas.

Yes, Texas.

OK, we will admit that the idea of Texas freaked us out a little at first too.

But as we hear it, it’s super beautiful out there, and we’ll be traveling as a large group to one of their artiest towns, so we’re thinking we may get out alive.

After all:

THIS LAND IS BIENNIAL PROJECT LAND

Here's a video with more info about Marfa:

ERIC HESS of The BIENNIAL PROJECT dancing in Marfa, TEXAS

and more:

Why Marfa is a Really Cool Place that Cool People Already Know About

We’ll have more info soon about how to apply to get your important work included in Biennial Roadshow Marfa, but for now we want to offer the opportunity for a select small group to travel with us.

We can check out super cool spots, see art, make art, re-enact the Last Supper in the dessert, and generally make our parents proud. And you know that you can trust us because you’ve touched our perfect body with your mind.

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When are we going you ask?

The week of March 30th thru April 6th, year of our lord 2114.

Where are we staying you ask?

Only THE coolest place ever – check it out!

THE Coolest Place Ever - El Cosmicobobby

Yep, we thought you’d agree that there could be no cooler base camp from which to partake of the bounty of Marfa. Did we mention that they have hot tubs?

And that on Friday April 4th The Biennial Project and El Cosmico will host the best party in town to celebrate the opening of the Biennial Roadshow Marfa exhibit?

OK, by now you either realize that this is the coolest thing ever, or you are considering reporting us as spam.

If you are in the cool kids group, and are in the mood for a road trip, let us know.

ONWARD BIENNIAL PROJECT SOLDIERS MARCHING AS TO WAR

Biennial Roadshow Marfa on Facebook

And to end on a more serious note:

THIS IS A TASTY BEINNIAL!

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Who won the 2013 ArtVenice Biennale’s l'Invitation Palme d'Or?

by the-biennial-project 2. October 2013 15:51

The Biennial Project, as everybody knows, travels in the rarified circles of the World’s Most Elite Artists.

So when we set out to choose the artist who would be honored with the coveted l'Invitation Palme d'Or to participate in the 2013 ArtVenice Biennale, we obviously had a lot of great art to pick from.

We thought about Pussy Riot, friends of ours who have been shaking things up a bit recently in Mother Russia.

But upon considering the difficulty that they might have getting their work to us, we decided to limit our search to artists who are not currently confined to work camps.

This narrowed down the competition somewhat, but still left a lot of impressive art in the running.

But it was clear that there was one artist whose work just had to be part of our Biennale.

We are so very proud to announce that our friend Francisco Bassim was been chosen to receive the 2013 ArtVenice l'Invitation Palme d'Or.

We met Francisco at the 2011 Venice Biennale where he was was representing his country – Venezuela. (Did we mention that we have cool friends?)

In a Biennale in which there was some jaw-droppingly strong work, Francisco’s installation stood out.

Both artistically and politically au courant, brave, honest, gorgeous, sure to piss off the folks at the Vatican among others – Francisco is the total package.

And then there’s his work. Exactly the same. So damned cool.

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io majestuoso (autorretrato), obra de: francisco bassim

percepcion II

La realidad mata las fantasías, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: CARACAS 666

retrato autoII

Autoretrato de lo inevitable, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: CARACAS 666

el cristo desnudo

Descanso luego de la crucifixión,  obra de: francisco bassim,  de la serie: Cristo libre

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Cristo de los dos géneros,  obra de: francisco bassim,  de la serie: Cristo libre

miranda en yare

Miranda en Yare, obra de: francisco bassim, de serie: Héroes de la independencia

mona

Mona del barrio con rollos para el bonche de esta noche, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: CARACAS 666

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Cristo con polarcitas haciendo picnic con Judas y el Espíritu Santo en un barrio caraqueño luego de la crucifixión,
obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: CARACAS 666

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No importa que tan famosa puedas ser, si lo dejas también serás una víctima,
obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: Violencia de género

cristo fue al paraiso

Cristo fue a El Paraíso, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: Cristo libre

mona en espera

Mona en espera, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: la mona Lisa

tal vez

No hay principes azules ni reinos de cuentos de hadas, obra de: francisco bassim,
de la serie: Violencia de género

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Papa Francisco Videla I y lamentablemente no el último, obra de: francisco bassim

mona2

Una mala historia desde el comienzo hasta el final, obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: Violencia de género

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io a lo María Antonieta con polarcita y alucinando, (autorretrato),  obra de: francisco bassim

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io (autorretrato), obra de: francisco bassim

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io (autorretrato), obra de: francisco bassim

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?, obra de: francisco bassim,  de la serie: Hitler mon amour 1

CRISTO VIVE 2

Cristo vive,  obra de: francisco bassim, de la serie: Cristo libre

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con el rancho en la cabezao, bra de francisco bassim, de la serie: CARACAS 666

SEE MORE ART FROM FRANCISCO BASSIM

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Grand Prize Winner of The 2013 ArtVenice Biennale!

by the-biennial-project 8. September 2013 15:06

As our Multitude of Adoring Fans already know, the 2013 ArtVenice Biennale attracted more than 800 entries from all around the world.

The quality of the work was stunning.

Viewing all the amazing work being done out there made our hearts happy to be members of this global Tribe Called Artists.

Choosing from so much great work was a challenge – but it had to be done.

Even harder was choosing a winner amongst so many talented souls – so we kind of wimped out.

We chose two!

Both of the Grand Prize Winners are extremely talented, dedicated to their calling, and doing work that only they could do.

We are excited to share their work with you.

Today we would like to introduce you to  the first of our two Grand Prize Winners - Clint Imboden, a California-based multimedia artist with a diverse catalogue of compelling work.

As good red-blooded Americans, we were first seduced by his gorgeous series of resin-based pieces titled Colors of War. Luscious, candy-colored, lethal. Perfection.

Can we get fries with that?

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This series proved to be just the beginning of Clint’s strong and provocative body of work. Feast your eyes on these images from a sampling of his extensive installation history:

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And his individual sculptural pieces are just delightfully demented:

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Pretty cool, huh? Here’s Clint’s artist statement:

I come to making art with the perspective of a therapist. Just as a good therapist can act as a catalyst for change in a client, good art should elicit a strong reaction in the audience, provoking them to explore the reasons why they've been affected.

I usually find my materials at local flea markets. I start with the artifacts of daily living, things that most people discard or overlook: battered globes, worn shoes, dilapidated tools.  I’m drawn to old materials because they foster purposeful imperfection in my art, an attribute that’s connected to their previous lives. I use them for their connotative, associative or narrative possibilities. My installation work is tactile and handmade; as an artist, I focus on process and on topical, issue-based content.

Viewing my artwork is not meant to be a passive experience; it involves reading, deciphering, taking the initiative to engage physically and psychically with text and objects.  I use materials that challenge my audience to consider multiple references in order to understand the full meaning of a piece. I want people to be caught up in the experience of my work, just as I am, in making it. My goal is to have them come away from an encounter with the work knowing something new about themselves.

 See more of his work in our web gallery devoted to him and him alone:

http://the-biennial-project.com/2013artVeniceWinner.aspx

For even more, check out Clint’s website:

clintimboden.com

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Who got into the ArtVenice Biennale 2013?

by the-biennial-project 1. July 2013 15:54

WOWZA!!!

Not even we eternally optimistic folk here at Biennial Project Productions could have anticipated the quality and quantity of work that would be submitted for the 2013 ArtVenice Biennale.

Over eight hundred entries POURED in from around the world.

Work came from a a multitude of exotic foreign lands - France, Great Britain, Italy, Croatia, Hungary, Greece, Romania, Finland, Detroit, Jamaica, Canada, Mexico, The Netherlands, Texas, Australia...and on and on.

The quality of the submitted work was extraordinarily high.

It was wonderful to see so much impressive work, and our only regret is that we can't show you more of it.

Our webmaster however insisted that we draw the line somewhere - so here it is - the Best Darned Little Art Show in Venice, and on the World Wide Web.

(We also picked two GRAND PRIZE WINNERS, who will later this summer will each have their own blog entry!)

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ArtVenice Biennale 2013 Video Art

The Opening Reception June 2nd (in which all the work was displayed all night long via video projection) was held during the Opening Week of the 2013 Venice Biennale!

The reception was extremely well-attended by lots of Art World Glitterati and Other Fun Folks (US!)!

Look for our next blog entry in which we’ll give you all the cool details on the party. But for now we just wanted to focus on the amazing ART.

Enjoy it all, check out and tell your friends to check it out too!

And for those of you for whom clicking on our link is more intimacy than you are comfortable with – here’s a sampling of some of the amazing work:

 

 

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Marlene Sarroff

 

Matt-Keller#1-600

Matthew Keller

 

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Asta Q Lee

 

 JohnKennard#3-600

John Kennard

 

AmoreB1_600

B. Amore

 

FaceyL1-600

Laura Facey

JoanRYAN#2-600

joan ryan

 

Richard-Fomo#1-600

Richard Fomo

 

Katia#1-600

Katja Tukiainen

 

MacLelland#2-600

Keith MacLelland

 

Nancy-Robb-Dunst#2-600

Nancy Robb Dunst

 

Yvonne-Petkus#1-600

Yvonne Petkus

 

michaelkstgermain#1-600

Michael St. Germain

 

HardinS2_LastPhotoshoot600

Sydney Phillips Hardin

 

Nazzaro#2-600

Nick Nazzaro

 

Mitchel-Ahern#1-600

Mitchel Ahern

Bonnie-Wood600

Bonnie Woods

 

CORNEL-GINGERASU#2-600

Cornel Gingarasu

 

Rick-and-Laura-Brown#2-600

Rick and Laura Brown

 

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Clint Imboden

 

Patterson600

Valerie Patterson

 

Tyree-Guyton#3-600

Tyree Guyton

 

Pretty cool, huh?

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ArtVenice Biennale 2013 Application Deadline Extended to May 5th!

by the-biennial-project 1. May 2013 16:03

 

Hey there, artists of the world - here’s a sneak peak at some more of the TOTALLY SICK work that has been submitted to The 2013 ArtVenice Biennale!

And yes, in response to the many requests from the time-challenged amongst you – we are extending the application deadline to this Sunday May 5th at midnight. But we warn you – not a second more!

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Marlene Siff, Shifting Balance,  Acrylic on Linen, CONNECTICUT

 

 

NazzaroN5_BongBombs

Nick Nazzaro, Bong Bombs, Digital Print – BOSTON

 

 

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Laura Facey, Body and Blood of Christ, Styrofoam, imitation gold leaf, silk roses – JAMAICA

 

DunstN6_ Pink Slip...

Nancy Robb Dunst, Pink Slip!,  Fiber Installation – ARIZONA

 

 

PilizotaN1_Dance

Nevena Petra Pilizota, Dance, Mixed media - CROATIA

 

 

 

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Gary Duehr, Llama, Photo – BOSTON

 

 

Jessica Burke, Christian as the Boy Wonder of Gotham City, Graphite, GEORGIA

 

 

HardinS1_MrGoodbar

Sydney Hardin, Inflatable Love Doll Looking for Mr. Goodbar (After Mel Ramos), latex enamel on canvas – BOSTON

 

 

GingarasuC2_TimeMaster

CORNEL GINGARASU, Patetica, photography – ROMANIA

 

 

ParkerJ2_VenusInVeniceII

Jessie Parker, Venus In Venice III, digital painting on canvas, CANADA

 

 

KazemiF3_Reliance

Freya Kazemi, Reliance, Mixed media – CANADA

 

 

WojakA1_songline_tkane

Aña Wojak, songline (tkane), performance   - AUSTRALIA

 

 

PetkusY4_Shipwreck

Yvonne Petkus, Shipwreck, oil on board – KENTUCKY

 

 

 

 

2013 ArtVenice Application Form

 

ART RULES!

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ArtVenice Biennale 2013 Early Entry Sampler

by the-biennial-project 14. April 2013 08:48

Hey artists of the world, if you haven’t entered the 2013 ArtVenice Biennale yet – shame on you!

What are you waiting for?

Unlike most of the exhibition opportunities out there, this one is actually organized by ARTISTS – i.e. people who totally comprehend that you put your goddamned heart and soul into your work – and we will work our tails off to promote it as widely as possible.

In that spirit, here is a small sampling of some of the excellent work submitted so far……

(And if you haven’t submitted, get your act together- the deadline is May 1st!)

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Rob Festa, in style, dye infused aluminum print, MASSACHUSETTS

 

Elena Buftea, neutrino -particula fantasma, acrylic +collage on canvas, ROMANIA

 

LemayC3_PoliticalPageant

Charlie Lemay, American Political Pageant, Digital Photo Collage, NEW HAMPSHIRE

 

 ImbodenC1_colors_of_war_gernade_red

Clint Imboden, grenade #1 red, cast polyester resin, CALIFORNIA

 

SantinC1_immeasurable

Camila Santin, immeasurable, photograph, CHILE

 

thompsonv2_whereru 

Vanessa Thompson, where r you, photograph, MASSACHUSETTS

 

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Paul Valadez, lessons in scorn, pencil and ink on paper – TEXAS

 

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Peter Bullock Evil Men Are Sexy, collage (antique postage stamps) and acrylic – ILLINOIS

 

Orbot107_ShimPlateau

Erick Montgomery, Orbot107_ShimmeringPlateau, digital film still, RHODE ISLAND

 

ENTER THE 2013 ARTVENICE BIENNALE

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The 2012 Boston Biennial is HUGE!

by the-biennial-project 14. December 2012 11:49
THE 2012 BOSTON BIENNIAL 
 
 
"Illuminating Worlds"
a Survey of Contemporary Art 
 
 
presented by
 The Biennial Project

at The Gallery at Spencer Lofts
60 Dudley Street, Chelsea, MA

Gala Reception 
December 15th 6-9PM
 
 


 

 

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Enter the 2012 Boston Biennial

by the-biennial-project 4. October 2012 14:22
 

 
THE 2012 BOSTON BIENNIAL 
 

The Boston Biennial 2012
Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Presented by The Biennial Project
The Gallery at Spencer Lofts
December 2012

The theme of The Boston Biennial 2012 is Illuminating Worlds

We The Biennial Project have light which we pass onto others (that's you). As The Biennial Project's own light shines, we give other people permission to do the same. Our spotlight spills over to all around us and we want the world to see you through us.

Did you ever turn on the kitchen lights and watch the roaches scatter in all directions. Things lurk in the dark and when the lights go on shit gets exposed. Whether you worship the sun or think Jesus is the Son of God, we all know we can't live in the dark. Expose your inner self to the world around us. 

Remember we are only as sick as our secrets.

Also don't be beholden to the theme. We just needed to come up something that sounded important.

Eligibility
Open to all artists.  Open to all media, including 2-D, 3-D, sculpture, photography, performance, video, installation mixed media, and art from a kit. All works must arrive properly labeled with name, address, phone, email, and title of work, medium, and price, if applicable.  All work must be secured with appropriate hanging hardware in place and ready to hang.  Entry and release forms must be completed, signed, and accompanied by appropriate fee.

Reproduction of Art Work
The Biennial Project reserves the right to reproduce submitted works for Biennial Project printed materials, advertisements, electronic media, internet, television, catalog, DVD, and magazine.  Copyright and other rights remain that of the artist.
 
Selection Process
Work will be selected from actual art.  Jurying will involve viewing the entries individually and making determinations on the basis on the work.

Juror
Branden Harrington III, noted Boston artist and all around cool guy.
The Biennial Project - a world-renowned artist collaborative.
Someone else - We are working out the details with a very, very important Boston Art Big Shot.
 
Drop Off, Notification and Pickup of Art Work
All entries will be juried from actual work dropped off at Spencer Lofts Gallery, ground floor, 60 Dudley St, Chelsea MA, Sunday and Monday Dec. 2-3 from noon to 6pm. Notification of acceptance will be posted on our blog by 5pm Wednesday Dec 5th. All art not accepted can be picked up at the gallery on December 15th from 3-6pm.
 
Fees
There is a non-refundable $25 entry fee for one submission per artist. Make checks payable to The Biennial Project, memo "The Boston Biennial." Sales are encouraged.  A 20% commission will be deducted to support the very important work of The Biennial Project.

Calendar
December 2-3 noon to 6pm            Drop off art work
December 5th                                   Notification of acceptance on our blog
December 15th from 3-6pm            Pick up of work not included
December 15th 6pm-9pm                Exhibition opening and award ceremony
Friday December 28th, 2-6 pm       Pick up all exhibited art work
    
Contact Information
The Biennial Project
80 Border Street
East Boston, MA 02128
617 913 1871
BostonBiennial2012@gmail.com

Here's an entertaining and instructional video with more info on entering the 2012 Boston Biennial:
 
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