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Call for works, AE 4, new deadline!

Marika Szaraz (BE / HU): Reflets (detail), ø 130cm, weaving, VI, CO, paper




The deadline for applications to participate in the 4th edition of 'Asia-Europe' is changing foreward to 1 july 2017.

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Asia-Europe III opens in Lithuania

Asia-Europe III exhibition opens for the 3rd and last time in the beautiful museum of Janina Monkute-Marks Museum-Gallery, Kedainiai, Lithuania on 12th Jan, 2018 at 5 pm.
Welcome!

The exhibition is open until 10th March, 2018.

Here's incitation card to the opening.

The images are from left: Beili Liu (CN), "Toil" (180 x 120 cm, silk organza); Jin-Sook So (KR), "Untitled 1-3" (12 x Ø 43 cm; 15 x Ø 43 cm; 12 x Ø 42 cm, personal technique; steel mesh, electroplated, silver, gold and steel mesh thread) and Lina Ringeliené (LT), “Abloom I, Abloom II”; “Echinodermata” (10 x 17 x 19 cm; 32 x 23 x 9 cm; 34 x 32 x 15 cm, personal technique; guts, rose thorns, lava stones, onyx, quarts, plaster).




Selected artists for AE4

Artists or the Asia-Europe 4 exhibition:
Antra Augustinovica - Estonian Valerie Buess - Germany Yeonson Chang - Korea NoraChalmet - Belgium Sui Park  - Korea Catherine Chanteloube - France Cho Yuhn Kyung - Korea Moon Jiyoung - Korea Wlodzimierz Cygan - Poland Judit Droppa - Hungary Yasuko Iyanaga - Japan Chikako Imaizumi - Japan Liu Jun - China Asta Fedaraviciute - Lituanie Hui Liu - China Kakuko ishii - Japan Kela Cremachi – Italy Raija Jokinen - Finland Yukako SORAI - Japan  MakikoWakisaka - Japan  Terezia Krnàcovà - Slovakia  Miki Nakamura - Japan  Minako Watanabe - Japan  Leyun Wang - China Maria Ortega - Spain Sandrine Pincemaille - France  Toko Hayashi - Japan Lina Ringeliené - Lithuania

Call for works, AE 4 2018-19

After 'Asia-Europe III', I started organizing the next 'Asia-Europe 4' exhibition for the end of 2018.

The exhibition is based on the innovation of cultural, regional and traditional textile techniques. The emphasis is on the research and development of technology and on presentation. Works must be non-figurative, non-wearable art and must be realized in a single technique. The colours can only be used to highlight the technique, however, the colour is never a determinating factor in the work.
Convinced of the ingenuity and creativity of the European artists, I intend to accept works produced by traditional Asian techniques only created by Asia artists.

Are you interested in participating in the next 'Asia-Europe 4' exhibition?
If you are, could you please send me a first proposition to exhibit: style, technique, materials, dimensions, number of pieces (series) and must be representative of your artwork.
Please send, before the first of September, your application, …