International Deadline: July 12, 2019 – CICA Museum
invites artists worldwide to participate in the International Exhibition
“Artist and Location 2019.” The exhibition covers topics of location,
diaspora, and globalism. We are open to photography, 2D digital art,
video art, interactive art, painting, and installation art.
Artist and Location 2019
By CICA Museum
On display: December 13 – 29, 2019.
— Photography & 2D Digital Art
Selected works will be printed in 10×15 inches, framed, and installed by
our curators & assistants. If requested by the artist, works can be
printed and framed in larger sizes. Additional fees may apply.
— Video & Interactive Art
We will provide projectors and DVD/DIVX players for the show. Multiple
single-channel works will be screened via a projector. If the work is
required to be screened via a projector exclusively, or more than two
projectors/monitors are needed, please indicate the special requirements
in the submission email. Additional fees may apply.
— Painting, Sculpture & Installation Art
The artist is responsible for the shipment and delivery of his/her
physical work to and from CICA Museum, as well as all related expenses.
The two-dimensional work should be no larger than 39 inch (1 m) on the
longest side, and the installation piece should be no larger than
39x39x79 inches (1 x 1 x 2 m, w x l x h). The work that needs to be
mounted on the wall should not exceed 10 kg. Please indicate in the
submission email if you are interested in exhibiting works exceeding the
No Application Fee. However, if your work is selected, you will be
required to pay the show processing & maintenance fee: $60 (USD) per
Visit us online for complete details
CICA Museum has a collection of artist Czong Ho Kim’s sculptures,
paintings, and architecture, as well as many renowned international
artists’ works. For special exhibitions, we exhibit Contemporary Art
pieces including painting, sculpture, and new media art. CICA also
offers education and public programs for the cultural development of
Czong Institute for Contemporary Art
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