The Lumen Exhibition Launches in London



The Lumen Prize Exhibition will start travelling the world in January 2013, appearing in top venues around the globe. The tour kicks off in London’s Gallery 27, Cork Street, London W1S 3NG. The gallery will be open to the public on Tuesday 22 January from 7pm- 10 pm and on Wednesday 23 – Saturday 26 January from 10 am – 6 pm.

On display will be the works of Lumen Prize winners, the Exhibition 50 and the People’s Choice winner. The shortlisted works of digitally created fine art will be displayed on large-scale screens and projectors, available for members of the public to buy and to browse.

The Lumen Prize aims to promote digital fine art globally. The work will also be featured in galleries in Latvia, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, as part of the worldwide tour.

“The Royal Academy’s recent David Hockney exhibition was mobbed, showing how people love art created on screen as much as on canvas,” says Lumen CEO, Carla Rapoport.

The contest has been organized by a group of professionals with experience from British Museum, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York University, the National Portrait Gallery, The Financial Times and includes Lord Stevenson, former Chancellor of the University of the Arts. The Jury Panel includes Gordon Young, prize-winning UK artist and Ivor Davies, President of the Royal Cambrian Academy. The prize receives support from Cardiff city council.

Proceeds from the competition, after costs, are being donated to support the vital work of Peace Direct, a global charity that supports local peacebuilders in conflict zones worldwide.

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Presenting selected works from Film festival Dotmov 2012–Japan


DOTMOV is a digital film festival organized by "SHIFT" and supported by REVOLUTIONART, aiming to discover unknown talented creators and provide an opportunity to show their works. They have a total of 194 works from 16 countries this year, and an excellent 13 works among them were selected by guest judges. All the selected works are also presented on the website.  This year’s festival will take place in several cities in Japan and overseas from November 2012 throughout 2013.

Here you can see the selected video works, screening schedules of this year.


10:09 | Brazil | 2012
Dir: André Damião

05:20 | Japan | 2012
Dir: Takashi Ohashi
Composer: Yuri Habuka
Mixer: Taro Ishida, MC: Onipari

Android Porn
(Mochipet Godzillaporn Remix)

04:39 | Germany | 2010
Dir: Andreas Kronbeck & Tobias Knipf
Music: Kraddy

Darn That Dream
01:39 | Japan | 2012
Dir: Kyu Shibayama

Confuses and Dances
03:31 | Japan | 2012
Dir: Susumu Yamaguchi
Music: Konno

09:00 | UK/Denmark/Holland/Germany | 2010
Dir: Max Hattler
Sound: Dennis van Tilburg

Model Starship
00:40 | UK/Germany | 2012
Dir: Max Hattler
Sound: Eduardo Noya Schreus

03:32 | Italy | 2012
Dir: Daniel Schwarz
Music: Davide Cairo

Piece of Paper
02:56 | Italy | 2012
Dir: Daniel Schwarz
Music: Amon Tobin

(Playing) The other cheek
02:30 | France | 2012
Dir: Frédérique Santune
Misic: Chris Zabriskie

Ludic Chase
06:52 | USA | 2012
Dir: Overture
Music: rec.tangle

05:05 | USA | 2012
Dir: Overture
Music: Rayons

Part Blue
04:15 | Korea/Japan | 2010
Dir&Music: YungSung Song

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International Art-Proposal competition . Sapporo and Hokkaido are open to you.

As a pre-event of the Sapporo Biennale 2014, Sapporo Pre-Biennale Contemporary Art Exhibition 2011 is holding a International Art-Proposal Competition which includes plans, plan drawings, photographs of maquettes, and sample images. Application period finishes 25th March, 2011


Domestic and international artists and creators are encouraged to submit proposals of art works which could be realized in Sapporo, or throughout Hokkaido.
The project/work proposals (which could be plans, plan drawings, photographs of maquettes, sample images, etc.) that pass a preliminary selection process, will be displayed on the official website of the Sapporo Pre-Biennale Contemporary Art Exhibition 2011 – Approaching Art by Leaving Art Behind – 9 Days the Museum Disappears, during the exhibition period from April 2, 2011 to April 10, 2011.
During this exhibition period, a Grand Prize Proposal will be selected.
This Grand Prize winner will be invited to “Sapporo Biennale 2014” to exhibit/perform the Grand Prize work at the exhibition. (The Grand Prize winner will receive creation/production and travel grants to implement the work [within a budget, to be determined].)

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ArtLaguna Prize : deadline extended

The Arte Laguna Prize presented its fifth edition with a lot of news and now it wants to give some days more for applying: deadline extended until the 20th December.
Last days for having the opportunity to exhibit in the Arsenale of Venice, an exclusive venue, known internationally and for participating to the many opportunities that the Prize offers.
Even in the last days the network of the international galleries inreases with two new spaces for personal exhibitions:
LITTLEITALYartgallery – Milan
Gallery Federica Ghizzoni – Milan
Total Prizes: € 100,000
5 Institutional Prizes: of 5,000* € each
Special Prizes: 4 Artists in Residences, 1 Business for Art, 37 personal exhibitions in galleries, participation in TinaB and Open festivals
Final Exhibition: Arsenale of Venice and Correr Palace
Vernissage: 12th March 2011

For more information:
Arte Laguna Prize
T. +39 041 5937242 (int. 4)


Festival International Montreal en Arts


From July 8 to the 11th, FIMA presents new artists on the BoulevArt, on Sainte-Catherine Street East, between Saint-Hubert and Papineau. This upcoming weekend offers a variety of activities including: AT THE MOVIES, a series of short film projections; Space Odyssey, performances by VJs and DJs from SAT, as well as the Contemporary Experiences with Émilie Franceschin (France) and her dismembered dance, Mark Cooley (USA) with his modified video game play and Roxane Chamberland’s strange culinary performance. Friday and Saturday at the de l’Espoir Park, located corner of Panet, urban artists will be painting gigantic canvasses live while artisans will be offering live demonstrations of their craft at the corner of Champlain, a few streets east. Other features include FIMA’s colourful auction hosted by François Gourd on Saturday. FIMA 2010, an event not to be missed!

FIMA – July 1 to the 11, 2010 – Sainte-Catherine East, between Saint-Hubert and Papineau For more information, visit the Website:

Look Around

Win a film on Mubi! (


The largest public art event Art By Chance is airing in 20 countries around the world until June 4th. Get ready to take photos when you meet the films by chance in airports, shopping malls, subway stations, bars and restaurants, streets and so…
Check screening section, find where is Art By Chance in your city, take a picture when you meet the films, upload your photo and win a chance to see a film on Mubi, your online cinema anytime, anywhere.
The participants of Look Around  will be announced on official website and blog, the photos will be published in all of Art By Chance’s social communications. Participants will be able to see a movie they want on Mubi after June 4th.

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Art by Chance 2010 – Ultra short film festival


ART BY CHANCE is a brand new Ultra Short Film Festival that aired May-June-July 2009 in 13 countries and in over 70 cities around the world for the first time and was viewed by more than 1 billion people worldwide.

ART BY CHANCE-10 will take place in May 2010 in several countries and cities around the world again. ART BY CHANCE submission is now open forTIMEthemed 30 second films!

Art by Chance 2010 has set out to explore how the perception of time is unique to every individual and how time can influence the narrative of city life, one of modern man’s greatest challenges.

Films touching the untouchable theme of time in their own time. It’s time to move!



Arte Laguna Prize: space for young artists!



The Arte Laguna Prize organization has decided to organize a collective exhibition dedicated to the best Under 25 artists at the Palazzo Correr in Venice, better known as Romanian Institute, in March 2010 in conjunction with the exhibition of the finalists in the Artsenale.

Arte Laguna Prize, at the height of inscriptions which will end the 26th of November, presents an unusual and interesting news for all young artists who applied to the competition this year, a news that increases the already significant amount of prizes.

In fact, for this fourth edition, the collective exhibition of 90 finalists, that is going to be held from the 6th to 27th of March 2010 at the Venice Arsenale, alongside a second exhibition – dedicated exclusively to a selection of the best Under 25 – taking place in the prestigious Palazzo Correr in Venice.

The choice of giving a particular visibility to young artists, along with that to facilitate the entries with reduced fees for under 25 students of artistic High Schools, Fine Art Academies and similar faculties, it was willed by the competition organizers, that wish to make the Arte Laguna Prize an opportunity for promoting all the young artists that look out for the first time in the world of contemporary art.

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