Pieced Together - June 15th - July 1st 2017
Entries due May 26th, 2017 by Midnight
Sulfur Studios invites artists working in collage and assemblage to submit work to our summer juried exhibition “Pieced Together”.
We are seeking an expanded definition of collage, including any work constructed of multiple individual parts to make a new whole. Three-dimensional, digital, experimental and time based works will be considered.
Work must be under 7ft tall, weigh less than 75lbs, and must fit through a standard doorway. Sulfur Studios will handle all sales and will retain a 30% commission. Shipping and insurance of work is the responsibility of the Artist.
Entry Fee $15 / $10 for Artist Members for up to 3 entries
With special guest juror Axelle Kieffer.
Entries due: May 26th 2017 by Midnight
Artists Notification: May 31st
Accepted Entries Delivered by: June 13th
Exhibition Runs: June 15th – July 1st
Opening Reception: Friday June 16th, 6-9pm
Work will be de-installed and returned the week of July 3rd.
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Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and up to 6 images (1 full and 1 detail of each entry if necessary). Also include an image list with title, media, size, date and price (or nfs) for each entry. You may include an artist statement if you feel it would help the Jury better understand your work, but it is not required.
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Born and raised in France, Axelle currently lives and works in Savannah, GA.
Her artistic process began as a child while watching her grandfather painting. This experience, with the smell of turpentine forever anchored in her genes, Axelle started to draw and experiment with different artistic medias. More than anything, she loved to make things.
After obtaining a bachelor's degree in comparative literature from the University of Strasbourg, Axelle began her postgraduate work studying the poems Logogrammes by Christian Dotremont, founder of the CoBrA art movement. This research brought her closer to the visual art world, and reawakened her artistic passion. She left academia behind and embraced the career of an artist.
Axelle has exhibited her work in Europe and in the USA. Her work can be found in private collections in France, Belgium, Great Britain (Taubman/ Tolkien family), New York City, and Los Angeles.
She is also the recipient of an Honorable Mention Award for her collage Medusa and finalist of the International Contemporary Upcoming Artists Fomenar Prize 2016