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Open to all media, any interpretations. Although the definition of "body politic" is an organized group of citizens, artists may use this term as inspiration: any artwork that addresses the body, politics or the intersection of the two. In these tumultuous times, artists are encouraged to address contemporary culture and controversial issues regarding private space and the control of one's body. Submit artwork that provokes, challenges, illuminates!
New England artists only. Submission by online jpgs. Selected artwork must be dropped off and picked up; no shipping. All work must be for sale and ready to hang on the wall. No restrictions on size. 50% gallery commission. Minimum sale price: $500. Artwork must represent the jpgs submitted online, and, if framed, look professional: no clip frames or plexi boxes.
$35 for up to 3 images.
Juried by a committee of Bromfield Gallery artists.
Deadline for online submissions: Thursday, June 15, 2017 by midnight.
Please prepare carefully; no revisions are permitted after submission is complete.
If possible, make the longest side no bigger than 1200 pixels, or 16 inches at 72 dpi. You may condense the jpgs as medium quality.
Notification: July 15, 2017
Exhibition dates: August 2 - 20
Reception: Friday, August 4, 6-830 pm.
Drop off of selected artwork: Sunday, July 30, 12-5.
Pickup of artwork: Sunday, August 20, 12-5.
QUESTIONS? Email Gary Duehr, Gallery Manager, at email@example.com
Founded in 1975, Bromfield Gallery is one of Boston's premier artist-run galleries. With an emphasis on New England artists, Bromfield shows contemporary art in all media, including printmaking, sculpture, painting, and drawing, as well as video, installation, and new media.
The gallery is located in Boston's dynamic SOWA district (South of Washington Street) in the South End, home to over two dozen contemporary art galleries and high-end furniture and design boutiques, as well as a number of fine restaurants. Nearby is the Boston Center for the Arts, which showcases visual art, cultural conferences, and independent theater companies. SOWA comes alive during each month's First Friday opening receptions.