Call for artists //  Since its foundation, ARTiculAction has worked with more than 800 painters, cinematographers and performers, giving to talented and ambitious artists the chance to branch out and get ahead, showing their works off the world, since it's becoming more and more important for artists to take the promotion of their image and their art upon themselves.
To celebrate our 10th edition, we are pleased to announce ARTiculAction 2017 - Biennial International Call for Artists, a special biennial competition whose aim is to support the creative development of a new generation of authors working with new media, painting, experimental dance and performance.
The objective of our Biennial competition is the selection of works which show polyedric and many sidedness nature.
Artists' works and projects will be selected through an international open call for proposals and exhibitions.
The selection will be proceded by our editorial board and will cover worldwide productions and various formats and media.

APPLICATION FORM
It is possible to tender up to three works or series (Painting, Mixed media, Drawing, Sculpture, Fine Art Photography, Video Art, Installations, Performances and Public Art).

SUBMISSION OPTIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

– apply 5-7 images (format: jpeg; 72 dpi; Title_Name_Surname.jpg; no limits for each image)

– website, short bio & CV and artist statement (there is no limit regarding word count)

There are no entry fees for submissions: just take the time to fill the application form. For any further clarification, feel free to contact directly our editorial board
mailto:  biennial.articulaction@post.com

Each participating artist may submit one of more works which can be realized by different techniques. All kinds of art are welcomed to participate to the selection.

We aim to give to talented and ambitious artist the chance to branch out and get ahead, showing their works off the world through our publication, since it's becoming more and more important for artists to take the promotion of their image and their art upon themselves. All we offer is an effective way to reach their target audience.


CONTRIBUTORS  ARTiculAction Art Review // Special Edition 2016

As Constantin Brancusi stated once, "what is real is not the external form, but the essence of things: it is impossible for anyone to express anything essentially real by imitating its exterior surface."

For this special edition of ARTiculAction we had the chance to discuss about the relationship between art, perception, socially driven projects and unconventional aesthetics with twelve amazing artists from the contemporary scene, whose works show that the object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.

Read it for free: it is now available on several platforms, including issuu, joomag and yumpu and zyyne
Performing Arts Festival Berlin 13-18 June
Berlin’s independent performing arts community invites you to more than 120 productions at over 60 locations all over the city! From theater to performance, puppet theater, music theater, dance all the way to installations and site-specific work. A very contemporary Faust will meet a virtual chatbot version of Heiner Müller, pieces about capitalism, cybernetic bodies, gender and gentrification will meet sci-fi versions of the big bang, family comedies and much more. Strong performances, guided tours, “hiking trails”, presentations and discussions, early bird specials and late night specials in the festival center: check out the schedule of events and go to the theater!
Speisekino Moabit 2017 #4 - food & footage + exhibition
Siemensstraße 27 Berlin 10551

Curator: Lýdia Pribišová

ZK/U - Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik is pleased to present the group exhibition 'Autostop'.
For this project, various artists from around Europe, actively engaging in hitchhiking, were asked to present a work connected with this topic. The project consists of videos, performances, photographs, objects, film screenings, texts and discussion.

Participating Artists:
Konstantin Bojanov, Jascha Fibich (Tramprennen - a hitchhiking race across Europe), Family Worm (Judit Fischer, Miklós Mécs, András Zalavári), Oto Hudec, Andrea Kalinová, Patrick Laviolette, Jűrgen Rendl, Frauke Zeller & David Harris Smith (hitchBOT)

The exhibition is supported by the Slovak Art Council.

'Food and Footage' is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and is part of Shared Cities: Creative Momentum (SCCM).

4Th International Performance Art Weekend
Allerstraße 38 Berlin 12049

International artists create a two-day high-energy event with an international context by presenting their work in an hourly schedule throughout the weekend.
The actions follow creating a connection between the public open space of the Schillerkiez with the private indoor space of Luisa Catucci Gallery.
Performers and viewers will be taking the inside to the outside and the outside to the inside.
The power of momentary impulses and the power of intervention with space and time, and the encompassing mix of genres and disciplines create the action weekend to become an unforeseeable overall picture of Performances where the threshold of categories merges.
Material and conceptual structures are absent and the viewers meet with their own interpretative freedom.
A world within a world where one main characteristic dominates: the transformation of ideas, redirecting the expectation level for completeness into an permissiveness for surprise. Artists and viewers alike experience the amenable possibilities of dis-categorization between performing art and fine art.
Artist next to Artist and its non-stopping continuity of actions and movement through spaces, gallery and most of all public, unexpected urban environments of Neukölln’s everyday life situations. Pavements transform into exciting, temporary platforms for feet and heads and the pedestrian’s stride is being interrupted.
The idea that the limitations of private and public are being met and may be are distorted, at that threshold open the borders of countries and foreign cultures, the moment when artists of different nationalities engage on Cell63 as a unique, international experienced art platform.

SCINTILLATION - Aqua Aura solo exhibition
Aller Strasse 38 Berlin 12049

“Scintillation” is the name of the solo exhibition dedicated to the works of the visionary italian artist Aqua Aura which will inaugurate the artistic season 2017 at the freshly renewed Cell63 art platform. www.cell63.com


ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Nina Isabelle (UA)
Gwenyth Dobie
(Canada)
Monika Supé 
(Germany)
Corbett Fogue
(USA)
Emma Hill
(USA)
Naanunca Mandragora
(Switzerland)
Kristina Posilovic
(Croatia)
Christos Marmeris
(Greece)
Angela Zheoxiang
Li (USA/Taiwan)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:


Rachel Duffy (United Kingdom)
Aline Bunji
(Switzerland
)
Marion Tu
(USA)
Huangli Shi
(United Kingdom)
Christiana Kazakou
(
United Kingdom)
Ayshe Kizilkay
(Switzerland)
Michal Huss
(Israel
)
Ah-young Jeon
(USA
)
Shahr Afek
(Israel
)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Valerie Bourquin (France)
Alon Peretz
(Israel)
Emily Lewis
(USA)
Taly Oehler
(USA)
Katarzyna Zimna
(Poland)
Severine Assouline
(France)
Katie Boyle
(USA)
Annemarieke van Peppen
(The Nethelands)
Inga Limeviciute
(United Kingdom)
Esther Domb Edelman
(Israel)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Nofar Horovitz (USA)
Mikel Berradre
(
Sweden)
Darren Kirwan 
(Ireland)
Yi Hsuan Lee
(China)
Kami Bugnet
(Israel)
Marija Roduner
(Switzerland)
Qin Han
(USA/China)
Viktor Frešo
(Slovakia)
Farzin Foroutan
(
Iran)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Maya Gelfman (Israel)
Gillian Allard
(United Kingdom)
Allyson McCandless
(USA)
Julija Levkova
(the Netherlands)
Michele Vavonese
(USA)
Angelina Voskopoulos
(Greece)
Kenta Nakagawa
(Japan)
Chung Chak
(USA)
Horacio Carrena
(Argentina)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Stephanie Camfield (Sweden)
Scott Morrison (USA)
Anne Murray (United Kingdom)
Hasti Hich (Iran/USA)
Maya Eliya Stein (Israel)
Nigel Tan (USA)
R Prost (France)
Sabrina Barrios (Brazil/USA)
Annie Hobbs (United Kingdom)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Lisa Sebestikova (The Netherlands)
Aviv Keller
(Israel)
Janno Bergman
(Estonia)
Rachel Salit
(Israel)
Viktor Fucek
(Slovakia)
Chen Yu-Jung
(Taiwan/USA)
Karel Bata
(United Kingdom)
Renée Regan
(USA)
Annie Hobbs
(United Kingdom)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Joseph O'Neill (USA)
Léa Maleh (France)
David Delgado
(Thailand)
Jorge Mansilla
(Australia)
Christiana Kazakou
(
United Kingdom)
Dénes Ruzsa
(Poland)
Maxwell Rushton
(
United Kingdom)
Fariba Rahnavard
(
United Kingdom)
Ynin Shillo
(Israel
)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Jill Poczkai Ibsen (United Kingdom)
Eri Kassel (Germany)

Fiona Weir
(The Netherlands)
Wasabi Chuang
(USA)
Ana Santos
(Portugal)
Hadas Hayun
(Israel)
Lang Ea (United Kingdom/Australia)

Marta Wapiennik
(Poland)
Peng Yi Hang
(
United Kingdom)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Nicole Philippi (Austria)
Jody Zellen
(
United Kingdom)
Bill Hill
(USA)
Alessandra Dimitra
(Germany)
Jihane Mossalim
(France)
Tiffany Fung
(USA)
Sladana Mitrovic
(Slovenia)
Nusa Lapajne
(Slovenia)
Gabriel Savic Ra
(Serbia)
Laura Skocek
(Austria)
Christopher Gruber
(
Austria)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Anniek Verholt (Sweden)
Michael Caci
(
USA)
Mary Rouncefield 
(United Kingdom)
Suzanne MacRury
(USA)
Yoshiyuki Koinuma
(Japan)
Myriam Moreno Martinez
(Spain)
Taekyung Seo
(South Korea)
Etchi Werner Nyiri
(Israel)
Annie Hobbs
(
United Kingdom)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Eva Rocco Kenell (Sweden)
David Habercom
(
USA)
Paula Ortega 
(United Kingdom)
Aaron Morse
(USA)
Anne Cecile Surga
(France)
Rosemary Meza-Desplas
(USA)
Mernie Williams-Baker
(USA)
Philippe Halaburda
(France)
John Barney
(
United Kingdom)

Coming soon  To celebrate our anniversary we have prepared a special issue in which we had the chance to interview 9 artists from the international scene whose works unveil the ubiquitous combination between conceptual and socio politicised practice, giving birth to a stimulating mix of pure art and deep social engagement.

Their refined multidisciplinary approaches give life to an incessant process of recontextualization, that provides the viewers of an extension ofthe basic human perception, in order to manipulate it, releasing it from its most primordial, limbic parameters.

Overtly playing with the unheimlich nature of gestural movements and sound, as well as traditional brushstrokes and photography, their pieces reveal the tendency to exist in continuum, residing somewhere in our collective memory. We are particularly pleased to introduce our readers to their multifaceted artistic productions.

"As museums are rethinking their relationship to their audience online, an increasing number chooses to publish online magazines, and many of these publications emerge from institutions that are not necessarily the major museums in art world hubs. The attitudes toward these publishing initiatives vary—some choose to outline the scope of their publishing platforms in the shape of their programming, while others produce magazines that are thematically related to subjects the museum covers but are not directly linked to the art on view. What they all share is a feeling that online publishing expands the museum's audience, making it a potentially global one."  (Orit Gat)

Artist Interview with Roxanne Lowit  on the opening night of Be Fabulous

Known for her photographs of the rich, famous, and beautiful, Roxanne Lowit began documenting the behind-the-scenes of the fashion world in the late 1970s. Since then, her photographs have appeared in magazines such as the Italian Vanity Fair, French Elle, and Glamour.

Artist Interview: David LaChapelle at Gilded Lily

Artist and photographer David LaChapelle at Gilded Lily in New York City talks candidly about the rapid and seamless evolution of his work as it stems across a multitude of disciplines, including fashion, commercial photography, film, advertising, and fine art photography.

Senior specialist, Heather Russell interviews Artist Wangechi Mutu

artnet is thrilled to present an in-depth conversation with Brooklyn-based artist Wangechi Mutu (Kenyan, b.1972), interviewed by senior specialist, Heather Russell, about the current survey of her work, Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey, at the Brooklyn Museum.

Senior specialist Miles Barth interview artist Andres Serrano

senior specialist Miles Barth sat down with Andres Serrano at the artist's home in New York to discuss some highlights of his career, in particular his 'Immersions' series, as well as his latest project, which took him to Cuba.
Enjoy this fascinating, candid, and revealing interview.

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Anna Berry (USA)
Patricia Abramovic
(Israel)

Erik Sigerud
(Sweden)

Susan Wawra (United Kingdom)
Adi Dulza
(Israel)

Meltem Arikan
(Turkey)

Anna Pinkas
(USA)

Chen C. Bachar
(Taiwan)

Esther Domb Edelman
(Israel)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Laurie L Martin (USA)
Tabea Herzog (United Kingdom)
Alwina Heinz  (Germany)
Jeff Klena (USA)
Skye Scrimer (USA)
Caglar Uzun (Turkey)
Ruth Burke (Germany)
Yorgos Papafigos (Greece)
Kayla Nirschel (USA)
Eric Hynynen (Norway)
Lianne Alcon (Spain/USA)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:


Malu Schroeder (Brazil/USA)
Cevdet Akman (United Kingdom)
Paul Ashton  (United Kingdom)
Pierre Schwarzenbach (Switzerland)
Constantin Galceava (Romania)
Armineh Hovasianen (USA)
Jave Yoshimoto (Japan/USA)
Jean M. Judd (USA)

ARTiculAction (March 2015) in this issue:

Anna Smetanenko (The Netherlands)
Clara Feder
(France)
Amanda Karlsson  (Sweden)
Natália Gromicho (Portugal)
Ryota Matsumoto (Japan)
Heidi Clapp-Temple (USA)
Sylvain Granjon(France)
Jay Kim & Minah Yim (South Korea)

ARTiculAction (February 2015) in this issue:

Uriya Jurik (The Netherlands)
Margaret Withers (USA)
Maria Vesterinen  (Sweden)
Ebrius (Germany)
Kaza (France)
Christopher Lutterodt (United Kingdom)
Anja Radulovic (Croatia)
Marija Lopac (France)

ARTiculAction (December 2014) in this issue:

Francis Charlton (United Kingdom)
Amanda Mendiant (France)
Alan Singer  (USA)
METROV (USA)
Barbara Bervoets (Belgium)
Sigita Dackeviciute (Lithuania)
Thero Monteiro (Brazil)
Gayane Karapetyan (USA)
Michael Guy (Canada/France)
Jennifer Ryan (USA)

ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Mark Lloyd (United Kingdom)
Laurent Quinkal (France)
Jane Gottlieb  (USA)
Gabor A. Nagy (Germany)
Svetlin Velchev (The Netherlands)
Amelie Beaudroit (France)
Cristina Zorrilla Speer (USA)
Carolyn Frischling (USA)

ARTiculAction (September 2014) in this issue:


Ryder Richards (USA)
BBB Johannes Deimling (Germany)
Marjan Moghaddam  (USA)
Steve Wilda (USA)
Adrian Jugaru (Romania)
Madeleine Alm (Sweden)
Corné Akkers (The Netherlands)
Catherine Danae (USA)


ARTiculAction Special Issue:

Barbara Rachko (USA)
Cristina Ramos (Spain)
Lissa Bockrath  (USA)
Amanda van Gils (Australia)
Tamer Ertuna (Turkey)
Susan LaMantia (USA)
Elena Balsiukaite Brazdziuniene (Lithuania)
Else Vinaes (Denmark)

ARTiculAction (June 2014) in this issue:


Gisela Hammer  (Germany)
Aviva Beigel  (Israel)
Christina Massey  (USA)
Alfonso Batalla (Spain)
Aino-Kaarina Pajari  (Finland)
Laura Guoke (Lithuania)
Barry Grose  (USA)  
Rita Dianni Kaleel  (USA)


ARTiculAction (April 2014) in this issue:


Colette Copeland  (USA)
Cecile Van Hanja  (The Netherlands)
Amy Cohen Banker  (USA)
Shima Faridani (Iran/Denmark)
Branka Markovic  (Montenegro)
Nina Fabumni (USA)
Evie Zimmer  (USA)  
Benjamin Hersh  (USA)


ARTiculAction (March 2014) in this issue:

Adriana Soares  (Italy/Brazil)
Nicolas Renard  (France)
Peter Foucault  (USA)
Krista Nassi   (USA/Iran)
Catherine Chantilly  (France/Brazil)
Hanno Phenn (Germany)
Mr. and Mrs. Grey  (the Netherlands)
Andrea Pekarkova  (Serbia)
Ayako Kobayashi  (Japan)
Deborah Esses  (United Kingdom)

Alex Goodman  (United Kingdom)
Mark Daybel  (USA)
Natalia Gromicho  (Portugal)
Kirsten Jooste  (the Netherlands)
Jake Kelley  (USA)
Nevena Vuksanovic  (Serbia)
21358SMart  (the Netherlands / France)
Clotilde Bourgard (Portugal)
Wilson Meistre  (Portugal)
Bruno Colin  (France)

Jana Charl  (USA)
Els Wiering  (the Netherlands)
Willy Branckaerts  (Belgium)
Jake Kelley   (USA)
Vanja Mervic  (Slovenija)
Milena Jovicevic (Montenegro)
Priscilla Dobler  (Portugal)
Marija Avramovic  (Serbia)  
Natasha Papadopoulou  (Greece)
Uzma Sultan  (United Kingdom)

Matthew Lancit  (Canada/France)
Joana Fischer  (Germany)
Benjamin Poynter  (USA)
Ninia Sverdrup (Sweden/Germany)
Evelin Stermitz  (Austria/USA)
Kireilyn Barber (USA)
Liene Straupe (Latvia)
Matthew Pell (United Kingdom)

Johan Wahlstrom  (Sweden)

Colette Copeland  (USA)
Cecile Van Hanja  (The Netherlands)
Amy Cohen Banker  (USA)
Shima Faridani (Iran/Denmark)
Branka Markovic  (Montenegro)
Nina Fabumni (USA)
Evie Zimmer  (USA)  
Benjamin Hersh  (USA)
Jessie Omamogho (USA)


Marie Kazalia  (Germany)
Michael Filimowicz  (United Kingdom)
Missy S.  (Sweden / Switzerland)
Ovidiu Chincheza  (Spain)
Patrick Moser (USA)
Dan Crosby  (USA)
Chantelle Ferri  (Australia)
Myrthe van der Mark  (Spain)  
Tom Bendtsen (Canada)
Jean Michel Rolland  (France)

Emily Putter  (Germany)
Deborah Esses  (United Kingdom)
Missy S.  (Sweden / Switzerland)
Belen Paton  (Spain)
Eva Lee (USA)
Annelies Slabbynck  (Belgium / China)
Samantha Raut  (USA)
Rafael Diaz  (Spain) 
James Budd Dees  (USA)
Dato Mio  (USA)

Simon Coates  (United Kingdom)
Jennifer Weiss  (USA)
Monteith McCollum  (United Kingdom)
Jolene Mok  (Hong Kong)
Alexandros Antoniadis (Greece)
Tatiana Afonina  (Russia)
Stephanie Booth  (USA)
Leticia Sampedro  (Portugal)  
Sara Al Haddad  (Dubai)
Cigdem Mentesoglou  (Turkey)

Amelie Beaudroit  (France)
Anne Wolk  (Germany)
Marie-Lou Desmeules  (France)
Ruta Butkute  (the Netherlands)
Era Vati   (Hungary/Germany)
Nevena Vuksanovic  (Serbia)
Henri Pouillon  (Belgium)
Kenneth Susynski (USA)
e.belit sag  (Romania)  
Vasil Tenev  (France)


Temporary Structures in Gorky Park
The exhibition reveals the rich history of realized and unrealized temporary structures within Moscow’s Gorky Park and demonstrates important stylistic advancements within Russian architecture.

Garage Center for Contemporary Culture presents Temporary Structures in Gorky Park

Garage Center for Contemporary Culture will present a new exhibition entitled Temporary Structures in Gorky Park: From Melnikov to Ban from 20 October to 9 December 2012 in a newly created temporary pavilion in Moscow’s Gorky Park, designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban. Showing rare archival drawings –many of which have never been seen before – the exhibition will begin by revealing the profound history of structures created in the park since the site was first developed in 1923, before moving through the Russian avant-garde period to finish with some of the most interesting contemporary unrealized designs created by Russian architects today.

By their nature, temporary structures erected for a specific event or happening have always encouraged indulgent experimentation, and sometimes this has resulted in ground-breaking progressive design. This exhibition recognizes such experimentation and positions the pavilion or temporary structure as an architectural typology that oscillates between art object and architectural prototype. In Russia, these structures or pavilions – often constructed of insubstantial materials – allowed Soviet architects the ability to express the aspirations of the revolution. They frequently became vehicles for new architectural and political ideas, and they were extremely influential within Russian architectural history.

 Temporary Structures also reveals the evolution of a uniquely Russian ‘identity’ within architecture and the international context, which has developed since the 1920s and continues today.

Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie – Contemporary Visions on China”, Taipei

Group Exhibition “Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie – Contemporary Visions on China” to be displayed in Taipei

by Sue Wang on 10:44 am

This year sees the third consecutive year of the fascinating annual exhibition hosted by Yi&C, and is again organized by collector Rudy Tseng 1. The opening of this exhibition will be held on November 9th in coordination with the schedule of Art Taipei 2012.

Besides Part 1 of the exhibition in Yi&C Contemporary Art, the second part of the exhibition will be extended to a new space—Artrans Fine Art Storage, an individual stand alone building in Neihu where three out of six-story building where a portion of the art works will be exhibited. The theme of this exhibition is Chinese contemporary art. Italian curator Davide Quadrio, a long-term inhabitant of Shanghai who speaks fluent Mandarin, is invited to curate this grand-scale exhibition, along with Jenny Lee as the assistant curator.

The title is inspired from Spanish director Luis Buñuel’s movie of the same title, Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. Buñuel collaborated with Salvador Dali in producing Un Chien Andalou, a classic film of surrealism, which deeply influenced Latino films directors such as Pedro Almodóvar Caballero in Spain.

Art In FLUX - Art Night

by Leanne Stella

Art In FLUX - Art Night is launching multiple art events in one evening    6:00 to 9:00 PM: Opening Reception for Woe-nderland art exhibition, Aloft Harlem, 2296 Frederick Douglass Blvd. between 123rd and 124th Streets    7:30PM: Art In FLUX launches City of Curiosities, a public art installation at the NE corner of 121st and Frederick Douglass Blvd    8:30PM to late: After party at Angel of Harlem, with DJ Medina and happy hour all night long, 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd. at 122nd Street    Woe-nderland and City of Curiosities fall within Art in FLUX’s 2017 curatorial theme “Re-Imagining a City” where artists use art, play and community engagement as a catalyst for examining and conceptualizing urban life. Woe-nderland curated by Henone Girma features five NYC-based artists – Belinda James, Ben Ponté, Elan Ferguson, JaSon Auguste, and Tariku Shiferaw. The title Woe-nderland takes as its point of departure the 1996 single ‘If I Ruled the World’ by recording artist Nas that begins with “Life, I wonder, will it take me under, I don’t know” – a simultaneous testimony to the ills of society and contemplation of its potentials. The works in the show cajole us into wondering where we are headed and to examine our circumstances.