We are currently looking for artists who would like to exhibit artworks for "Incomplete Portrait of Chaos" exhibition in our gallery on May 1 – 9, 2010. Any medium is welcome.
Please see below for the exhibition details:
"Incomplete Portrait of Chaos"
Theme: universe, birth, and curiosity and wonder of uncertain vision of Chaos.
Exhibition: May 1 (Sat) ~ May 9 (Sun), 2010
Reception Party: May 1st (Sat) 6pm – 8pm
Place: “Space Womb”                                                                                                                                         
22-48 Jackson Ave. #1, Long Island City, NY 11101
Website: www.spacewomb.com 
Application Guideline:
-Application Deadline: April 23 (Sat), 2010
-Size / Medium: Up to 40”x 40”x 40”. Eligible works can be 2-D or 3-D. Submissions must be original, one of a kind works of art (painting, assemblage, collage, photography, mixed media, sculpture, or digital are all acceptable).
-Application Fee: Each artist can submit one work for $100 (Payment via Paypal).                         
*This will go towards design and print fee of exhibition flyers and ads, wine and catered food for the opening reception, etc.
- Price of the piece is up to the artist. (20% of all sales will be the gallery commission.)
- Artists must drop off their work at the gallery during its open hours between April 25 (Sun) – April 30 (Fri). They must pick up their unsold piece from the gallery between May 9 (Sun) – May 12 (Wed). They can ship their work to the gallery, but the gallery will not be responsible for the return shipment.
The gallery will not be responsible if your works do not arrive to the gallery by the above set date, and the application fee will not be refunded.
-If you would like to apply, please send a clear, large image of your artwork as well as your artist biography to chaos.spacewomb@gmail.com. The gallery staff will review your work, and only artists who are chosen are able to participate in the exhibition.  

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