Sam Fein, Sol Kim, Mariana Ramos Ortiz, and Onyịnye Alheri and Carolina Policarpo will present their exhibitions in their respective locations around the world.
Eimi Tagore-Erwin, Clark Stoeckley, Marie Meyerding, Julia Hartmann, and Corina Apostol and Tashima Thomas will present their exhibitions during the organization’s 2022–23 season.
Jurors cast over 18,000 votes to decide the winning exhibition proposals, which will be presented in their respective cities of Oakland, Kaduna, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo.
The four winning proposals were selected from 400 submissions and rated by over 500 jurors, who cast more than 20,000 votes to determine apexart’s upcoming exhibition season.
Four proposals were selected from 512 submissions, rated by over 400 jurors who cast over 14,000 votes. The winners will be presented as part of the organization’s 2020-21 Exhibition Season.
Three winning proposals will each receive an exhibition budget of up to $10,000, staff support, and be part of the apexart 2020-2021 exhibition season.
The 2019-2020 exhibition schedule features shows in South Korea, Mali, Iran, and Brazil, and five in New York City.
The four winning proposals were selected from 432 submissions, rated by over 350 jurors who cast nearly 12,000 votes. Submissions and jurors represented more than 67 countries.
Submitters of winning proposals will receive a budget of up to USD 11,000 and will work closely with the apexart team to turn their ideas into exhibitions.
This Open Call, three proposals were selected from 463 submissions and rated by 400 jurors who cast nearly 13,000 votes. Submissions and jurors came from more than 71 countries.
Great ideas from anyone.
The apexart Fellowship is an alternative educational program that invites creative individuals for a month-long stay in a foreign country. Fellows must agree not to make new work, not to research new work, and not network while in the program.