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PARIS COLLAGE COLLECTIVE

February 2022


INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2022

Hello, and thanks for reading our [slightly belated] February newsletter [sorry about that]. We were working our way through the many International Women's Day Open Call submissions, and choosing was as always nearly impossible and therefore took a little longer than anticipated.

A big THANKS to everyone who submitted. If you missed the deadline, which would be totally understandable with everything else that's been going on in the collage world in February... we will be adding submissions as they come in, and if they meet our criteria, namely having a little explanation of who inspired you and why [in whatever language you are comfortable in].

We will officially showcase your work on March 8, 2022 but everything is already available here

Also, don't forget our March meet-up!

When:

March 22, 2022 at 7pm

Where: Le Kawaa, 24 avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris




THE LATEST COLLAGE NEWS AND INSPIRATION. ENJOY!

Why a Curator and Art Critic Adapted an Instagram Account on Black Collage Artists Into a Book: ‘It’s a Feeling That I’m Trying to Translate’ - via ARTnews

ONE WORK: Raymond Saunders's “BEAUTY IN DARKNESS” - via Art in America

Collage Artworks by Ryota Kikuchi - via abdz.do

DMTV Milkshake: Anna Rindos on Finding Joy in Color - via AHA

Assembly Is an Ambitious, Joyful Collage of Black Art and Voguing - via Bloomberg

Artist Ava Roth on Creative Curiosity and Her Collaboration With Honeybees - via My Modern Met

“Wisdom’s Home” - via TED blog

'I want my work to feel alive': Imo Crossland on Picasso, being a maximalist and surviving the creative roller coaster - via Creative Boom

Review: ‘Ray Johnson c/o’ at Art Institute sums up an artist — with portraits, binders and mail — whose life was his chief artwork - via Chicago Tribune



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