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Jul 29, 2017 7:50 AM ET

Art prizes and grants ARTSevilla 17

iCrowdNewswire - Jul 29, 2017

Art prizes and grants ARTSevilla 17

“ARTSevilla – International Art Meeting and Exhibit” is an annual art event that takes place mostly in Seville’s historical city centre, which seeks to be accessible and familiar to all types of public.

The entrance to the exhibition spaces and most of the activities is free.

Disseminated in different spaces, it incorporates much of what composes the artistic panorama of the city. ARTSevilla, in accordance with its overall philosophy of art and society, proposes a forum where exploring, through different disciplines, the potential of art as a development engine of the social change.

 

Participating artists and public at the main exhibition space during the last edition.
Participating artists and public at the main exhibition space during the last edition.

 

Three main blocks make up the event structure: the exhibition (which includes different sections for artistic creation), formative (A wide range of Cultural Sessions) and editorial (with the publication of the catalog and the magazine of each edition).

 

Cultural Sessions. ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot.
Cultural Sessions. ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot.

 

As every year, we bounched some calls for artists such us Performance, Videoart, Installation (among others) to promote the inclusion of emerging and consolidated artists. This campaign seeks to reward the most outstanding artists in each section. If the amount is good enough, we will provide a prize to every single section.

 

Art Installation at F. Tres Culturas. Redwane Jabal, ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot.
Art Installation at F. Tres Culturas. Redwane Jabal, ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot.

 

Could this event be possible without artists? No. That is why we need you!

Raised money raised will go to grants and prizes for participating artists. It is essential that artists obtain an economic recognition for their work and participation, so that they can continue developing their activity and we can make this event possible.

In case of remaining money, it will be used for other expenses derived from the calls, printing, materials and secondary prizes.

About the rewards

Rewards can be collected directly from the front desk during the event. Shipments can be ordered for contributions from €100.

For contributions that include in their reward works of art, it is important to say that works have been carefully selected by the team, attending to the production of the artists participating in previous editions of ARTSevilla.
Participating artists are: Tomás Cordero, Paula Valdeón Lemus, María Argüelles, Ana Becerra, Marta Castro, Isabel de la O, Manuel Moreno Morales (Emes), Joaquín Delgado, Ignacio Arias, Juan Carlos Estudillo, Manuel Zapata, Alejandro Suárez, José Manuel López, Margarita Espinosa, Julio Serrano, Luisa Alba, Isabel Couchoud, Ángeles Alcántara,Clara Durán, Javier Montes, Cristina Vela, Cristina Sánchez Torres, Borja Moreno, Amaya O’Neill, Patricia Infante and Inés Casas (Soul and Clay) and María Sánchez.

 

ARTS II Magazine
ARTS II Magazine

 

Several groups have been established depending on the amount of the contribution. Given the large number of artworks, here you can find just a few examples. ** Remember to visit the complete list here: www.artsevilla.es/es/verkami**

How shall I proceed?
1. Make your contribution
2. Send us your list of preferences (according to the existing artworks in your contribution group) to mecenas@artsevilla.es (please, state at least 3 artworks). 
3. That is all! Assignments will be done in temporary order.

Examples by group

1. ARTS

Colgante/llavero ARTS. Soul and Clay.
Colgante/llavero ARTS. Soul and Clay.

 

2. Rosa Group

 

Pendant. Soul & Clay.
Pendant. Soul & Clay.

 

 

Julio Serrano, "Rocket to the moon". Print.
Julio Serrano, “Rocket to the moon”. Print.

 

3.Beige Group

Juan Carlos Estudillo. "Serigrafía 2".
Juan Carlos Estudillo. “Serigrafía 2”.

 

4. Verde Group

 

Cristina Sánchez Torres, S.T. Paper.
Cristina Sánchez Torres, S.T. Paper.

 

 

Cristina Vela, "Marco Plata". Pencil drawing.
Cristina Vela, “Marco Plata”. Pencil drawing.

 

 

Javier Montes, "Transfer orange". Oil on board.
Javier Montes, “Transfer orange”. Oil on board.

 

5. Azul Group

 

Ana Becerra. Series "Pinté mi propio jardín...". Fotografía digital.
Ana Becerra. Series “Pinté mi propio jardín…”. Fotografía digital.

 

 

Manuel Zapata, "58". Acrylic and enamel on canvas.
Manuel Zapata, “58”. Acrylic and enamel on canvas.

 

5. Violeta Group

 

Clara Durán, "El vapor nace del silencio" (Series). Photography, gouache and paper.
Clara Durán, “El vapor nace del silencio” (Series). Photography, gouache and paper.

 

 

Manuel Moreno - Emes "En el tiempo I". Collage, silkscreen, temple, acrylic and additive technique.
Manuel Moreno – Emes “En el tiempo I”. Collage, silkscreen, temple, acrylic and additive technique.

 

6. Naranja Group

 

José Manuel López, "Tumbados sobre la arena". Polychrome stew.
José Manuel López, “Tumbados sobre la arena”. Polychrome stew.

 

 

Luisa Alba. "Gridirons 004". Mixed technics on canvas.
Luisa Alba. “Gridirons 004”. Mixed technics on canvas.

 

7. Granate Group

 

Paula Valdeón, "Otro sillón". Oil on canvas.
Paula Valdeón, “Otro sillón”. Oil on canvas.

 

 

Tomás Cordero, S.T. Oil on paper.
Tomás Cordero, S.T. Oil on paper.

 

See full list.

So…

ARTSevilla – International Art Meeting and Exhibit diversifies the opportunities for art dissemination as it opens frontiers, stimulates creation, innovation and freedom of criticism, and enables new channels of knowledge and reflection about art. Would you help us to do so?

 

Photo group. ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot
Photo group. ARTSevilla 16. Photo: Carlos Godot

 

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Project photo by Javi Arán. Solo Projects ARTSevilla 16. 
Video I by Carlos Godot. 
Video II by Álvaro Guerrero.

Contact Information:

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