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Modern Panic Artist Submissions 2016

Over the last 7 years we have exhibited works from established artists such as H.R. Giger, Ralph Steadman, Charles Bronson, Franko B, Iris Schieferstein, Lucy Sparrow, Carrie Reichardt, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Roland Topor, Paul Toupet, Dan Hillier, Dave McKean and supported 100s of up and coming talents.

We are now accepting submissions for artists to feature in our next exhibition.
Applications will be accepted from all styles and forms of art (including live art / performance)
from artists working in any medium, from any location in the world.

The Modern Panic exhibitions are inspired by the work of the original Panic Movement, which was comprised of artists Alejandro Jodorowsky, Fernando Arrabal and Roland Topor, who created provocative live arts events in France during 1960s. The works intended aim was to slice through the bourgeois art world with the aim to be a catalyst towards liberation of thought within the viewer.  Modern Panic follows in the footsteps of this movement and aims to exhibit the new wave of modern artists..

Following on from our previous exhibitions, we are looking for work that covers one or more of the following areas:
Panic /  Provocation / Controversy / Surrealism / Outsider Art / Grotesque / Macabre
Playful/Trickster / Existential / Inner Beauty / Confrontational / Disarming / Subverting /
Political / Satire / Modern Society / Freedom of Speech / Boundary breaking / Emotionally Powerful
Look at our previous exhibitions for examples.
If you think you work might fit, please complete an application.

Exhibition Date
October 2016 - London

You will need to prepare a short submission proposal about your piece(s) (approx 100 words) & biography (no more than 300 words).
Please upload one clearly labelled image with your name and title or a selection of images in a clearly labelled zip/rar folder.
Please keep images to a small size (i.e. no larger than 2mb each)
For video submission - put a link in the proposal section. 

closing date

30. June 2016

Earlier Event: 30 June
The Luxembourg Art Prize