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Prove Gallery in search of color

Prove Gallery is looking for submissions of works that explore the communicative property of color -- specifically those in a basic color wheel. The gallery-keepers are planning a collaborative wall-mounted installation "that will together create...

Prove Gallery is looking for submissions of works that explore the communicative property of color - specifically those in a basic color wheel.

The gallery-keepers are planning a collaborative wall-mounted installation “that will together create a spontaneous and contingent visual dialogue.”

Some of the specifications: works should have a limited color palette of primary colors, is open to all subjects, sizes and styles, should be ready-to-hang, works on paper that will be hung with magnets.

Email submissions to info@provegallery.com with subject line: artist name_color_submission. Also include title, medium, size and price, if it’s for sale and a brief artist statement. Deadline is June 1 at info@provegallery.com .

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