The 16th Tallinn Print Triennial „Literacy / Illiteracy“
• Phase B – Selected artists.
Deadline will be confirmed and sent to all selected artists.
Art works must reach Tallinn by 10th January 2014. Artists selected for Phase B should send their works (at their own cost) together with completed entry form to the address specified in the e-mail individually sent to each selected artist. However, the designer of the exhibition together with the organizers of the Triennial has the right to exclude some works from exhibiting due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g. the original of the work doesn’t coincide with the image of the preview photo, lack of space etc.).
We suggest using strong rolls for packing. Prints must be sent unframed and without mounts. Signing the entry form means that the artist accepts the regulations. If the works do not arrive on time, the artist cannot take part in the Triennial. 3-dimensional works should be packed in such a way that the organisers could return them in the same packing. Any assembly instructions should be sent with the work.
Participation fee is meant to cover charges related to send the art works back to the artists after the exhibition and to post the exhibition catalogues. Methods of payment will be announced to selected artists.
Phase A: Free of charge. We accept only digitally sent materials.
Phase B: European countries – € 30;
Non-European countries – € 40;
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – free of charge
Grand Prix – € 3000
3 Equal Prizes – a’ € 1500.
Purchase prizes – All prize-winning works will become the property of local public entities sponsoring such awards. Grand Prix and the three equal prize works will be included in the Tallinn Print Triennial’s art collection in the Art Museum of Estonia.
The winner of Grand Prix will be invited to participate with a special exhibition at the 17th Tallinn Print Triennial in 2017.
The organisers will publish a colour catalogue of the Triennial and each participating artist will receive a copy. Postal expenses will be covered from the participation fee.
The works will be returned within 6 months after the closing date of the exhibition. The organisers reserve the right to photograph or otherwise reproduce the works for the purpose of publicising and recording the Triennial. While all precautions will be taken in the handling of the works, the organisers take no responsibility for any damage to the prints as the result of events beyond their control or during transportation. If artists need a guarantee, they should make arrangements with their own insurance agency.
NB! The jury will consider the correspondence of the works to the topic of the Triennial while making their decisions.
For more information please contact:
Jaanika Okk – Project manager of the 16th Tallinn Print Triennial
Mob. +44 (0) 7795871205; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please refer to www.triennial.ee
All information is a subject to change and the Tallinn Print Triennial team will notify participants of all the changes.