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Application deadline: January 11, 2021 inclusive.

Exhibition dates: January 19-24, 2021 (11.00-19.00).
Exhibition address: Moscow Gostiny Dvor (Moscow, Ilyinka street, 4)
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 Terms of participation in the project

 
Participating in the International Exhibition and Art Award "Festival of Abstraction Arts", you hereby agree to the following terms and guarantee to the Org.Committee and NextArt Co Ltd / NextArt Global Art Agency that all the registration information you provide is true, accurate and:

Rights
The exhibition is open to artists 18 years or older, whose use by the Org.Committee and NextArt Co Ltd / NextArt Global Art Agency does not violate and will not violate any applicable laws or regulations, or any agreement to which they are a party.

Copyright
All the images that you will represent are images of original works of art created independently or are works of art created by an artist who authorized you to present images from his / her name. Images submitted by you do not violate the rights to privacy, publicity, copyright or other intellectual property rights of any individual or legal entity. You may not create, distribute or reproduce in any way any copyrighted material, trademarks or other proprietary information without the prior written consent of the owner of such ownership. In accordance with this, the Org.Committee has the right to terminate all relations with any artist who violates copyright, if a notice of a violation is received from the owner of copyright or the lawyer of the copyright holder.
 
Piece of art
You agree that the work of art that will be sent to you by the Org.Committee to participate in the exhibition will not include material that is pornographic, sexually explicit, violent and / or racist.
 
Expertise
The works sent to the Org.Committee will be presented to the members of the Expert Council, each of whom will make their opinion on the submitted works and select those works. which, in his opinion, most deserve encouragement from the professional community. The member of the Expert Council will confirm his choice with a letter to the Org.Committee. Based on the submitted examinations, a shortlist of works will be compiled that can be nominated as «The Best Abstract Arts».

Application forms
There are two forms of participation - full-time presence (original) and in absentia (copy). If the author does not have the opportunity to present his works internally, he chooses the correspondence form, in which his works will be printed and placed in the art-book, and during the exhibition will also be broadcast on the monitor.
 
Sale of works of art
Structure of the commission of the Org.Committee 90/10: the artist receives 90% of the list / retail price and the organizing committee receives 10% of the list / retail price. In addition, 15% of the received quota of the organizing committee, obtained from the sale of works from the exhibition will be sent to charitable organizations.
 
Using images
We will have the right to publish images of your works of art, on our websites and other advertising channels for the subsequent promotion of this exhibition and your works of art.

We’re saving copy of your work
By uploading your work of art, you authorize us to save images of such a loaded work of art in our system until the end of the exhibition. You also allow us to save such images after the end of the exhibition. We save these images so that you can easily submit them to other projects in the future. At any time, after the completion of the exhibition, you can send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and request that we remove such images. We will confirm receipt of the letter and your images will be deleted within 10 working days after we receive your confirmation.
 
Payment
You agree that all fees associated with participation in the exhibition are non-refundable.
 
Confirmations and Awards
At the end of the exhibition, all participants receive the participant's diplomas. The sending of diplomas is carried out electronically. The cost of the organizational fee includes the sending of diplomas in electronic form. If the author wants the organizing committee to send a letter with a notification, then it is necessary to make a request to the organizing committee and pay the expenses (a track will be sent to control the passage of the letter with the diploma).
 
Author's Signs and Signatures
A signature, stamp or any other authentication mark of authorship anywhere in the photo is allowed. In the future, images are published with author's distinctive signs. The inscriptions with the names of art objects on the front side are not allowed.
The author's consent to the processing of personal data and the newsletter
Participating in the exhibition, the author agrees to the processing of personal data by the Org.Committee and the inclusion of his phone and e-mail in free newsletters announcing the holding of exhibitions, conferences and competitions organized by NextArt Co Ltd / NextArt Global Art Agency in Russia and abroad.
In the case of the author's desire not to realize this free service, the Author must inform the Organizing Committee in any of these ways: a) by sending a request to exclude your phone and / or e-mail to the e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. b) sending an SMS request to exclude your phone and / or e-mail on your mobile phone: + 7-925-0537000.
 

Rules / How to participate in the International Festival of Abstraction Arts:

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Application deadline: January 11, 2021 inclusive.

Exhibition dates: January 19-24, 2021 (11.00-19.00).
Exhibition address: Moscow Gostiny Dvor (Moscow, Ilyinka street, 4)


 

There are three forms of participation:

1) Personal partiсipation: you visit Moscow and bring artwork in person.
2) Artwork partiсipation: you ship artwork, we exhibit
2) Art print participation: you send file, we print and exhibit

The forms of participation have equal rights. All works are exhibited in the Moscow House of Artists and judged by the jury.

 

How to participate:

There are two ways of registration:

Method 1: registration by sending information about the work and the author through the registration forms.
The author registers each work separately by following the link: REGISTRATION

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Method 2: Send your data and jpg. pictures (by e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ):

1) Application form (download Word, PDF)
2) Labels for each art object (download in Word, PDF);
3) Applicant’s photo (size of at least 3x4 cm)
4) Images of the competition works (not less than 200 dpi, not more than 20 Mb)
5) A copy or screenshot of the registration fee payment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Yandex and PayPal.
You may find information about the cost of participation in the section:

a) "Participation fee / organizational fee"
b) "How to pay an organizational fee"


After the author has sent registration data to the Organizing Committee, he receives a notification letter with his assigned "Participant's number" from the administrator.

The number of art objects
Author (or a group of co-authors) can participate with any amount of work. In addition, each artwork will be assessed as an independent item.

Can I Ship My Work and Not Attend?

Yes, you can ship and not attend. There are various options for hiring a technician on the application form too, but you can get a friend to hang for you to save money.

This is the general process:

You would ship your work to our storage to arrive at the set date. If you have used an agent, because you are shipping from outside of the UK and EU, you would ship it to them and they would forward the delivery onto to our storage after checking through UK customs Our technicians would transport it within London to the venue, check it and hang it according to your hanging plan. Promo staff would process any sales on your behalf. It would be transferred to you. After the show any work not sold, the technicians would repack and transport back to our storage space. You would receive an email from our shipping department that there is work to pick up. You would arrange your shipper to pick up again (or, depending on your shipper, we could do the paperwork this side for free).

Shipping of Accepted Entries

Artists must provide for incoming shipping and insurance to the Moscow House of Artists. Artists who reside outside of the Russia, as well as artists whose packaged work exceeds standard FedEx or UPS length and girth measurements, requiring the use of freight shipping, will be responsible for BOTH incoming AND return shipping costs and scheduling arrangements, as well as providing transit insurance if so desired. A prepaid return shipping label must be provided by the artist in the above instances, along with any return shipping commercial invoices and customs documents needed. In addition to being responsible for incoming and return shipping and transit insurance, artists who reside outside the Russia will also be responsible for any expenses related to customs clearance, including duties and taxes and/or the hiring of a customs broker if necessary. In most cases, except those as outlined above, the Organizer will provide insured, return shipping via common carrier (UPS or Fed Ex will be used in most instances). Artists who wish to have their works returned through a fine arts shipping company or artists whose works need to ship via a freight company, will have to do so at their own expense (both incoming and return). Works will be returned packed in the same materials and manner in which they were received, therefore crates, boxes and other shipping containers must be strong enough for the return trip. Artists who choose to hand-deliver their work to the Moscow House of Artists must also pick up their work. The Moscow House of Artists will not reimburse travel. Delivery and pick up hours are Monday-Friday, 8-4. We are NOT able to accommodate weekend deliveries.

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Nominations

 

Theme "ABSTRACT REALITY"

We offer you to abstract and dive into a world of vivid experiences and new emotions. We offer you to experience the beauty and musicality of abstract art. According its founders it’s the only one is able to create a universal picture of the world order. We invite you become the innovators of the XXI century and express your conception of art, as brave as it was in the twentieth century when the first avant-garde artists established new vision in arts ( Kazimir Malevich, Vassily Kandinsky and Mikhail Larionov). Their art opened a new epoch in culture –establishing in our everyday life, finding expression in architecture, fashion, design and modern ideas of urbanism.
Evidently it’s free art not obeying any dogma and rules. It managed to serve its dynamism, energy, life, but achieved a certain elitarist status. Ability to rise above the ordinary level of consciousness, to penetrate the artist's intention, expressed by non-objective painting is a challenge not for a crowd, but the special persons – the most sensitive and internally ready for this experience.
Our dive will take place in several levels: 2d works (painting), 3d objects (fashion design) and be called the "fourth dimension" - installations with their movement, the ambiguity of the interpretation and message…

 

NOMINATIONS

 

1) Abstraction in painting:
- Suprematism
- Geometrical abstraction
- Neo-expressionism
- Neo-pop art
- Op-art
- Conceptualism
- Abstractionism

2) Abstraction in graphics
- Suprematism
- Geometrical abstraction
- Neo-expressionism
- Op-art
- Conceptualism
- Abstractionism

3) Abstraction in sculpture (- Installations -)
- Suprematist abstraction in sculpture
- Geometric abstraction in sculpture
- Conceptualism in sculpture
- Abstract art in sculpture

4) Abstraction in design
- Environmental design
- Interior design
- Concept in design
- Book design

5) Abstraction in fashion

6) Abstraction in textiles

7) Abstraction in arts and crafts

8) Abstraction in photography
- Microcosm
- Macrocosm
- Idea
- Conceptualism in photography


NOMINATIONS

in the illustrations of the great masters


 

SUPREMATISM


Planes and lines multicolored and different sizes having basic geometric shapes (straight line, circle, rectangle). Such compositions take on an inner movement and an equilibrated asymmetry.
Kazimir Malevich created the theory of suprematism, it later developed and enhanced by his followers and associates. Malevich rejected the rational understanding of the world, because it is unattainable "All the efforts of the human mind to make the world clear, bright, understandable remain unreachable, because it’s impossible to implement something that do not exist in the universeю"Thus if the objective world does not have sense, the artist can not and should not not portray it.
In addition to Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko, Alexandra Exter and others developed the direction.


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К.Малевич «Супрематическая композиция» Александр Родченко «Танец»



GEOMETRICAL ABSTRACTIONISM

Geometrical shapes, colored planes, straight and broken lines are combined into non-figurative space, sometimes they are located outside the illusory space. Rejectionf of linear perspective, of illusion of the depth of the picture.
Works: Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg.

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Пит Мондриан «Нью-Йорк» Тео ванн Дусбург «Композиция»

 

NEO-EXPRESSIONISM (ABSTRACT SURREALISM)

Style combining the principles of abstract and figurative art. Variety of lines and shapes, colors and textures. An important role is played by the spontaneity of creativity, automatism. All works together to reveal the image. But there is no aim to facilitate the perception of the viewer. For example Georg Baselitz turned pictures upside down, it complicated as well the understanding of figurative forms in his paintings.
Representatives: Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock. In Russian art Yevgeny Mikhnov-Voitenko. His art is excellent because of the deep spiritual search of Mikhnov-Voitenko who compared his art to the one of icon-painter. His inner eyesight was concentrated on the spiritual world and vision.

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Евгений Михнов-Войтенко «Путь паломника». Джексон Поллок «Маска»

 

NEO-POP-ART

Art producing explosive, shocking effect. Pop art appeared in the 1950s. in the UK, a little later developed in the US. Artists of this direction reproduce the typical objects of modern life (household articles, packaging of goods, pieces of interior, machine parts, etc.), popular printed images of stars, newspaper clippings. This is a produst of consumer culture, fixing the signs of ephemeral reality (objects now are short-live). Often artist mocke banality, glamor and pathos. Using these materials (a sort of second-hand) artist creates a new and abstract reality, encodes a message to society. .
The most famous artists of Pop Art: Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Hamilton, Peter Blake. Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol.

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Энди Уорхол «Мерилин Монро» Питер Блейк «The Origins of Pop II»


OP-ART

Art optical (visual) illusions. It is based on the specificity of the visual perception of plane and spatial figures. It the optical play: artist wants to deceive or to stimulate the eye. Thus, the viewer participates in the art-precessus. Mainly used: geometric shapes, optical effects (dazzle, divided images, a calculated exact location of shapes, colors, brightness and contrast.
Representatives Viktor Vazarelli, Bridget Riley.

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Виктор Вазарелли «Арлекин» Бриджит Райли «Loss»

CONCEPTUALISM

Intellectual art, mostly ironic, arosed on the opposite to commercial art. Conceptualism - a triumph of ideas over emotions. That idea becomes an aim combining work and study. Supporters of conceptualism leave creating artwork to the announcement through art-objects their ideas. Works are often presented in open areas. An important role is played by instruction to the art object, as it invites the spectator and the author to the dialogue. After watching viewer can produce his own concept different from the author’s. Concentration on idea as a fundamental characteristic of conceptualism allows us to put it in the context of abstract art in general.
The most famous artists of this trend: Joseph Kosuth (basic theoretical), Ilya Kabakov. Anna Hübler Douglas, Robert Barry.

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Джозеф Кошут. «Один и три стула». Илья Кабаков. «Каникулы».

 

INSTALLATION

Reality created by artists. Objects break limits of sculpture interacting with the space which are placed in (interactivity). Viewers can be involved in demonstration processbecoming participants not only visitors. The sense of some installations is in the mode how the audience interact with it. Installation can appeal to different senses, offering a complex of sensations (tactile, auditory, olfactory, visual emotions). It uses audio-visual equipment, any technology and innovation.
Artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Mike Nelson.

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Илья Кабаков «Человек, улетевший в космос из своей квартиры»  Майк Нельсон. «Стамбульский караван-сарай»



ABSTRACTION IN DESIGN

The area experienced the most massive and conceptual influence of abstract art in the twentieth century. Interior designers, manufacturers of furniture, household items, textiles were working over these ideas. Grace for their interpretations we have the interior, which can be call modern one (modern style). It embodies abstract ideas in 3d: color spots, smooth planes, metal details and constructions (heritage and development of constructivism, 1920-s), simplicity and utility as well. These interiors and objects are democratic, do not dominate a person, create a comfortable environment.

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ABSTRACTION IN FASHION

New fashion of the early twentieth century. - it is also an experiment with form and color, it is a revolution in an image of person, especially woman. We describe several most important steps. This, of course, a new geometric cut of Coco Chanel, simplicity and conciseness of the most famous works of Paul Poiret. Elsa Schiaparelli was the first designer who used the newspaper print, anticipated style of pop art long before it appearance.She also brought into fashion color shocking pink, previously have never been used in clothing. In the post-revolutionary Russian avant-garde works are used in the production of textiles, clothing and household items. It was a real incarnation of the avant-garde, vitally connected with abstract art (Lyubov Popova, Varvara Stepanova). Later discoveries and techniquesof op-art are used in clothing to create an optical effect, beneficial for the presentation of body (for example, in casual and sporty clothes. New forms, materials and colors give the woman a whole new image, which allowed to change the inner world and a social role of a woman; they find the economical autonomy and independence, political rights. ,. Clothing is not only a means of decoration, but also a declaration. This is the base high fashion (Fashion Art, haute couture) appeared and developed on.

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Работы Эльзы Скиапарелли Работы Элис Палмер

ABSTRACTION IN ARTS AND CRAFTS

Different interpretations of abstract ideas in handmade things. Interior decorations in loft-style (as heir to constructivism), geometrism, color spots. Non-figurative in paintings on silk, textile design etc. Endless figures (pattern) can also be considered as abstract elements. Due to their ambiguity, repetition in different cultures and sacral character they are in fact the oldest examples of abstraction. It has always been a desire to encrypt message or statement by symbols (arcane signs, codes)

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Кельтские узоры и орнаменты Анастасия Беляева. Тарелка «Абстракция».

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«Тебе - ещё не родившемуся другу - посвящены мои работы. Они дадут тебе пищу. Они окрылят тебя»
Евгений Михнов-Войтенко

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Festival of Abstraction Arts International

Application deadline: January 11, 2021 inclusive.

Exhibition dates: January 19-24, 2021 (11.00-19.00).
Exhibition address: Moscow Gostiny Dvor (Moscow, Ilyinka street, 4)
registration english


Categories:
About the project / Press release
Nominations
Rules of participation
How to Participate

There are two ways of participation: ONLINE (in absentia) and IN PERSON (internal way). 


Theme "ABSTRACT REALITY"

We offer you to abstract and dive into a world of vivid experiences and new emotions. We offer you to experience the beauty and musicality of abstract art. According its founders it’s the only one is able to create a universal picture of the world order. We invite you become the innovators of the XXI century and express your conception of art, as brave as it was in the twentieth century when the first avant-garde artists established new vision in arts ( Kazimir Malevich, Vassily Kandinsky and Mikhail Larionov). Their art opened a new epoch in culture –establishing in our everyday life, finding expression in architecture, fashion, design and modern ideas of urbanism.
Evidently it’s free art not obeying any dogma and rules. It managed to serve its dynamism, energy, life, but achieved a certain elitarist status. Ability to rise above the ordinary level of consciousness, to penetrate the artist's intention, expressed by non-objective painting is a challenge not for a crowd, but the special persons – the most sensitive and internally ready for this experience.
Our dive will take place in several levels: 2d works (painting), 3d objects (fashion design) and be called the "fourth dimension" - installations with their movement, the ambiguity of the interpretation and message…

COMPETITION:
1) Abstraction in painting
2) Abstraction in graphics
3) Abstraction in sculpture (- Isllationism -)
4) Abstraction in design
5) Abstraction in fashion
6) Abstraction in textiles
7) Abstraction in arts and crafts
8) Abstraction in photography
 
Read more - in the "Nominations"
 

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