Open Call for 7th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

Feb. 25, 2020

From July 13th to September 13th, 2020 the Moscow International Biennale for Young Art will take place for the seventh time and curators and artists are encouraged to apply with specific projects. Traditionally held in summer, the upcoming Biennale for Young Art will now last until mid-September to coincide with many major events in the city: summer festivals, Moscow City Day and the Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair.

Paul Rosero Contreras: ‘Wave’, 2013–16// Courtesy of V Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, 2016// Photo: Yury Palmin

The Main Project of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art will consist of two parts devised by the Biennale’s Board of Experts with the help of open calls for: 1. curatorial project(s) to be housed by the Museum of Moscow (at least one but up to three will be selected) and 2. artist projects, three of which will also be shown in the museum.

All curators aged under 35 whose projects include works by solo artists or artist collectives are eligible to apply. The project for the main venue of the Biennale will be selected by the Board of Experts.

Emerging artists are encouraged to submit applications to create three objects of site-specific art for three internal facades of the Museum of Moscow. A shortlist of 10 projects will be drawn up by the Board of Experts and an international jury will then select 3 winners from the shortlist.

The Moscow International Biennale for Young Art is one of the largest and most ambitious projects in the sphere of contemporary art in Russia. The Biennale’s goals are to bring attention to new names, to support and encourage the creative initiatives of artists and curators of the new generation, to create the conditions for their public expression and, as a result, the development of the modern art community.

Application Info

youngart.ru
Deadline: Mar. 01, 2020

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