Calls for Entries

Fun House 2018:
Art of the Surreal, Fantastic & Bizarre
National Juried Exhibition

Deadline: March 12

Solo Shows, 2018

Juror: Natalie Bell, Assistant Curator, New Museum, NYC

Natalie Bell is assistant curator at the New Museum where she has curated and co-curated recent solo exhibitions by Kahlil Joseph, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Jonathas de Andrade, Anri Sala, and Andra Ursuta, among others. She has also co-curated several of the museum’s large-scale group exhibitions, including Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon (2017), The Keeper (2015), and Here and Elsewhere (2014). Prior to joining the New Museum, she was assistant curator for The Encyclopedic Palace, the International Exhibition of the 55th Venice Biennale (2013).

Solo Show Dates: 
April 7 - April 28
July 7 -  28
August 11 - September 22
December 1 - 21

Juried Members’ Show - Crenson Gallery

Drop off up to three works for consideration, Monday, January 29, 10am - 3pm or by arrangement. 

Juror: Sean Hemmerle, Photographer, Educator, Author. 

Sean Hemmerle is a New York (Poughkeepsie) based photographer whose work ranges from international conflict zones to deserted industrial towns in the United States. His conflict images span over 10 years, beginning with the World Trade Center collapse, and continuing with sites such as Kabul, Baghdad, Gaza, Juarez and Beirut. Closer to home, Hemmerle has created award-winning photographs that reflect the pathos and poetry of U.S. Rust Belt areas in Detroit, Pittsburgh, Toledo, Gary, and Albany. Hemmerle is drawn to architecture as a formal and symbolic element in much of his work. This has led to numerous commercial collaborations with international architecture and design firms. Since receiving his MFA from the School of Visual Arts, Hemmerle has exhibited nationally and internationally. His work can be found in public and private collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, the International Center for Photography, Martin Margulies and Brooks Brothers. His images have been featured in major publications, including MetropolisTime and The New York Times Magazine.
For more, see Sean Hemmerle's website