Call for Entries
Feminist Art in the Trump Era
Due to the difficulties created by the pandemic, we will likely delay our exhibition until later in the Summer or early Autumn.
Although we've received a wealth of submissions for the show, we know that some have had difficulties getting it all together.
So, with more time now, we’ve extended the deadline for entries until May 15.
Axle Contemporary seeks artwork by New Mexico based artists for inclusion in a group exhibition of small work in our mobile artspace.
Works must be relevant to the theme: Feminist Art in the Trump Era.
This summer marks one hundred years since the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution granted women the right to vote.
Axle Projects board member and internationally renowned arts writer Lucy R. Lippard will jury work for this exhibition.
The exhibition will take place at Axle Contemporary, in Santa Fe, New Mexico from June 26 - July 19, 2020, THIS MAY CHANGE!
Works may be of any medium, 2d or 3d, but must be no larger than 12" x 12" x 12".
2d works will be hung unframed (with magnets where possible).
Works will be available for purchase. Prices are set by the artist. Axle Contemporary and the artist split the retail price 50/50.
To submit work for consideration, please e-mail jpegs or weblinks to email@example.com with Feminist Art in the Trump Era in the subject line. Each applicant may submit 1-5 works/entries.
Deadline Extended to May 15
Artists will be notified by June 1
Works due at the gallery by tbd
Exhibition dates may change!
Exhibition opens June 26, 5-7pm
Exhibition closes July 19
Questions? Call or write:
Lucy Lippard photo credit: Judy Tuwaletstiwa
About the Juror
Lucy R. Lippard
Celebrated for her deeply influential and interwoven work—as author, activist, and curator—Lucy R. Lippard is recognized as one of contemporary art’s most significant critics and as a founder of Conceptual art. Born in New York in 1937, Lippard began her career as a writer in 1962 and subsequently produced numerous groundbreaking exhibitions and 25 books. She was a cofounder of the Ad Hoc Women Artists Committee, Printed Matter, Political Art Documentation/Distribution (PADD), the Heresies Collective and journal, and Artists Call Against US Intervention in Central America. She has received nine honorary degrees and many awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Lannan Literary grant, and a lifetime achievement award from the College Art Association.