PARIS COLLAGE COLLECTIVEJanuary 2022
LET'S MEET UP
Hello and another very belated Happy New Year. We hope you all had a fabulous, or peaceful and quiet, whatever you prefer, start into the new year. Here at PCC we have a lot of plans and projects for 2022. To begin with, we would like to organize more meet-ups and live events. A lot of you are not in Paris though, and so to make it a little easier to plan for those of you who are able and willing to travel, we picked the dates for the first meet-ups of the year. So, save the date(s) !!!
March 22, 2022 at 7pm
May 17, 2022 at 7pm
Where: Le Kawaa, 24 avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris
because often it’s the princess who kills the dragon and saves the prince
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2022
There is no image prompt for this year's IWD open call. Instead, we want you to create a collage portrait of the feminist who inspired you most, and tell us what you like about her (or him) and how they influence(d) your life.
Submit your collage or mixed media artwork - (almost) anything goes - via Instagram using #pccwomensday2022
Submissions are accepted all throughout February, that is February 1st to February 28th – work submitted earlier or later will (most likely) not be considered!
All information here
THE LATEST COLLAGE NEWS AND INSPIRATION. ENJOY!
Collage-like furniture designed by Kostas Lambridis - via DW [video]
Fascinating Collages Consolidate the Scientific Personality of Springer Nature - via Branding
The surprising ways that Victorians flirted - a lesser-known art form allowed British aristocracy to circumvent rules of propriety, with in-jokes and suggestive messages hidden inside seemingly innocent images - via BBC
Burns suppers around the world showcased in Scottish artwork - Photos of Burns suppers sourced from around the world have been used by artist David Mach to create a collage celebrating the global reach of Scotland’s national bard. - via The Scotsman
The Body Language 2022 - ITSLIQUID International Art Exhibition Venice: with work by PCC regular Cis Bakker - congratulations!!! [exhibition]
Art of the Abstract Mark: Libbie Mark’s Collage Paintings and Other Works - via Hyperallergic
Len Davis: “A Thousand Words” Series = “A Thousand Words” examines the interplay between the figurative & literal term consisting of several 8" X 5" collages incorporated with drawings of peoples’ faces executed on text-filled newsprint pages [exhibition]
When Scotland went pop: How three young artists led an art revolution - via The Sunday Post
Sanda Anderlon's collages explore the lost art of celebrating New Year's Eve - via Creative Boom
The Infinite Universe of Lorna Simpson - via Harper's Bazaar
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