Crypta space 1: Silent monologue18. Apr - 29. Aug 12 / ended The Crypt Gallery - St Pancras Church
Crypta space 1: Silent monologue
Crypta space 1: Silent monologue is the 1th annual visual art project taking place unusual exhibition space out of a conventional white cube gallery. In 2012, this group exhibition will be presented in The Crypt at St. Pancras Church in Euston which is listed Grade 1 representing its architectural and historical significance. This exhibition will bring together the work of twelve contemporary artists who place visual fine arts at the heart of their practice. This ultra contemporary art show occupied the gothic and still surrounding of the crypt incorporates a grouping of film, installation, light, sound, sculpture and photography works. We would like to welcome you to apply for this show and to express your artistic inspiration through the application.
Exhibition Private View: 7PM 24 August 2012
Exhibition Open: 24 – 29 August 2012
Applying candidates will need to pay a fee of £66 to be able to exhibit alongside other artists at Crypt Gallery for the group exhibition.
How To Apply
In order to apply for the exhibition, you need to provide the following information and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Curriculum vitae: The format of your CV should be functional and concise. List items with the most recent activity first and include your year born, nationality, live and work place.
2. Artist statement: The purpose of an artist statement is to provide an explanation of what interests you and influences your work.
3. Detailed information about your practice: You should mention about the installation description of your works including 5 Images of Work, Title of Work, Medium, Dimensions in cm and Year Produced.
Exhibition Invitation Timeline
The first selection: By 30April 2012
Confirmation to artists: By 3 May 2012
The second selection: By 14May 2012
Confirmation to artists: By 17May 2012
Please send an email to email@example.com and we will send you Exhibition Application Proposal PDF for further detailed information about the exhibition.
The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church
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