Ends on November 30, 2017$20.00
$20.00

KUNSTRAUM LLC is calling for submissions for our 2018 Exhibition Program. 

Kunstraum is a community for artists by artists, aiming to redefine the way artists and curators collaborate. Our program seeks to explore this relationship by opening our gallery to curators and artists interested in bringing engaging ideas to our welcoming table. We encourage unconventional thinking and daring ideas. We look for relevant projects and will assist their realization. 

Please submit a 250-word curatorial proposal. The proposal should detail your concept and include 10-20 jpeg images and links to websites and videos. Preference will be given to proposals featuring a majority of local artists. The deadline for proposals is November 30th, 2017, by midnight. Our team will give notice on the selected proposal by December 15th, 2017. 

Our gallery space is a 250 sq. ft. area inside a 1,000 ft. co-working loft, with an additional co-working loft. Each are located at 20 Grand Ave, a beautifully renovated factory building in Clinton Hill/Navy Yard neighborhood of Brooklyn. The exhibition term is for four to six weeks. We will provide assistance in administration, press, and sales. Curators receive 25% commission on sales. There is no production budget or payment of shipping expenses. 

Kunstraum is an artist hub and co-working space by the Navy Yard in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. As an interdisciplinary team of artists, curators, and architects, we promote local and international emerging art with an ongoing exhibition program and studio community. After successfully inaugurating our first space in New York in February 2015,  we seek to expand to Berlin in 2018. Kunstraum’s global identity is designed to offer and promote international community, mobility, and visibility. With Video Shop, a project at NADA New York, Kunstraum won this year's Artfair Goers Award and best booth. Recent press coverage includes Communication ArtsCreator’s ProjectHuffington PostArtnet NewsInterview MagazineArt F City and Artnet News