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Open Call NordArt 2022

NordArt is one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in Europe, artists from all over the world can apply to take part in the exhibition that will take place 4 June - 9 October 2022 in Büdelsdorf, Schleswig-Holstein, North Germany.

The selection of artworks takes place until mid-February 2022 by a jury. A list of selected artists and special projects will be published on NordArt's website by the beginning of March 2022. The delivery of selected artworks is scheduled for the end of April. Applications can be submitted by post or by email until 31 October 2021.

The NordArt Prize that is worth 10,000 euros and has been donated by Hans-Julius and Johanna Ahlmann since 2010 will be awarded to one of the selected artists. The prize winner will be announced towards the end of the exhibition and will be invited to participate in NordArt again. The award ceremony takes place at the NordArt opening in the following year. In the period from mid-April to the end of May, about 10 international artists will be invited to realise (set up) or create their large-scale works (sculpture, installation, painting) on site for the current NordArt.More information about the open call can be found here.

Want to know more about NordArt? 12 digital guided tours of NordArt 2021 can be found on exhibition's YouTube accountfor everyone who is not able to visit the exhibition in physical. This year's edition of NordArt presents selected paintings and sculptures, photographs, video works and installations by more than 200 artists from all over the world, check out the entire list here.

Since 1999 the NordArt has established itself as one of the largest exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe which takes place annually in the summer months in North Germany. More than 200 international artists, selected by a jury, present a comprehensive panorama of contemporary art. Each individual work not only speaks for itself but also creates new perspectives when seen juxtaposed against the unique backdrop offered by the Carlshütte and the historical sculpture park.