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Where’s Art is a digital platform conceived to provide users access to information about international art spaces, artists’ research and artworks.
The Journal is the editorial space devoted to the presentation of artists’ research through a series of articles in the form of conversations with artists.
What’s On, The Cabinet and The Pool are ‘the eye on the world’ as well as the curatorial core of the website. What’s On scans and features a selection of the most relevant exhibitions taking place around the globe. The Cabinet is our way to scout and introduce new international artists and languages. It is the showcase for art-lovers who seek for some ‘fresh air’. Invited artists will be presenting their latest projects through virtual exhibitions of sorts. The Pool invites international curators and professionals in the arts to present what most dazzling their own contemporary art scene has to offer. Where’s Art is an idea of Carmen Stolfi, writer curator and exhibition coordinator based in Milan.
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Where’s Art offers services in the field of contemporary art and culture:
– curating and organization of exhibitions and events;
– writing of critical essays for both artists and galleries;
– art advisory for artists, collectors, galleries.
Ask for more information! We would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heads-up, art spaces!
Where’s Art is thrilled to feature your current exhibitions in the What’s On section. Feel free to share information about your upcoming projects at email@example.com.
Where’s Art accepts unsolicited submissions!
Artist submissions to The Cabinet section must include CV and portfolio, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Curator submissions to The Pool section must include CV and portfolio, please email to: email@example.com
Where’s Art thanks its contributors:
Fanny Nina Borel
Laurie Chappis Peron
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