RUSSIAN ART WEEK International: April 21-28, 2019.
There are two ways of participation: ONLINE (in absentia) and IN PERSON (internal way).
Next Art Foundation invites emerging and established artists to participate in the XXVI International Exhibition&Competition of Contemporary Art "Russian Art Week" for the 2019 Spring season. Russian Art Week will take place in the International Congress-Hall "Danilovsky" (Moscow, Dubininskaya str., 71/5).
Dates: April 21-28, 2019
Times: 11.00-20.00 / 11 a.m - 8 p.m.
Registration deadline: April 11, 2019.
The program of RAW includes four sections:
1) Competitions and Awards
2) Exhibition & Art Fair
3) Workshops and Lectures
4) Scientific & Practical Conference
- contest of avant-garde art
- contest of abstract art
2) International Graphic Competition
RAW Art Fair provides a unique opportunity of collaboration for artists, craftsmen, art galleries and producers. It is a platform for sharing opinions, finding new art decisions, communicating your own point of view. Art Fair successfully represents not only esteemed artists but rising talents as well. There are artists from all over the world, from Russia, Europe and Asia. Over 2,000 art works of 1200 artists from 20 countries will be represented in the galery. This diversity allows us to combine traditional and modern styles, to create an unforgettable atmosphere of creativity and vision of art.
RAW traditionally includes educational programs - workshopss, lectures and creative meetings, where famous artists and craftmen share their experience and knowledge. Famous painters, sculptors, photographers from Russia, Europe and Asian countries perfom for participants and visitors of the RAW.
Every November during the RAW becomes the most important destination for artists, galleries, collectors, critics and curators from all over the world.
PARTICIPATION FORMS /Ways of participation in the competition/:
There are two ways of participation: ONLINE (in absentia) and IN PERSON (internal way). These two forms of participation are equal in rights.
Regardless of the form of participation, all art works are involved in the competition and are open to a wide audience during the exhibition. "In absentia" works are exhibited in the form of photocopies (Organizing committee prints images of works and places them in the overall exposition).
1) "Professional" category: practitioners in art, professors, organizations, graduates (more than 2 years ago)
2) "Student" category: university, high school, college students and graduates (no longer than 2 years ago)
3) "Amateur" category: people, whose hobby is art, but who do not have a special art education.
These categories are exposed and appraised seperately.