Dear brut carniollus,
Congratulations! We are delighted to select your work for the exhibition. It was a pleasure to view your work.
Thank you for submitting your work to the Salon at The Passporte! We had a very large number of responses to our call for entry, with many accomplished and creative submissions. It was difficult to choose from these great photographs.
The exhibition will be online shortly, and we hope you will share the link through social media with your friends.
The Passporte Gallery
We have just announced the winners of this year’s Awards for Red Line Art Works. Although you did not win, your excellent work has been Highly Commended and we congratulate you. The full details are now on our website. Being ‘Highly Commended’ means that your work came very close to winning.
Over the next few days and weeks we will be sending Press Releases about the Awards across the wider art world and media. Your work will also be considered for our future exhibitions, as these arrive.
CONGRATULATIONS: You are selected as a finalist in the Global Photography International Photo Contest 2016
Thank you for your participation in our “Global Photography International Photo Contest 2016” and CONGRATULATIONS for being selected as a finalist for the work “… so you really fucked up, big time!?” and “Magdalena”.
All the best,
Nader Afshari – Iran, Hussam Al Shalabi – Syria, George Androutsos – Greece, Jack Barnosky – USA, David Blanco Aristin – Spain, Brut Carniollus – Slovenia, John Crabtree – United Kingdom, Katerina Dramitinou – Greece, Andreja Eržen – Slovenia, Gerard Extra – the Netherlands, Črtomir Frelih – Slovenia, Vered Gerstenkorn – Israel, Stojan Grauf – Slovenia, Sander Groen – the Netherlands, Armin Guerino – Austria, Houssam Hafdi – Algeria, Masri Hayssam – Lebanon, Carl Heyward – USA, Rik van Iersel – the Netherlands, Maryam Iravani – Iran, Marc Janssens – Belgium, Alexander Ketele – Belgium, Rusudan Khizanishvili – Georgia, Norbert Klavora – Austria, Peter Kohl – Austria, Robin Kolleman – the Netherlands, Henri Laurent – Belgium, Malgorzata Lazarek – Poland, Richard Ludersdorfer – Austria, Steve Moseley – USA, Massimo Nota – Italy, Arturo Pacheco Lugo – Mexico, Konstantinos Patsios – Greece, Daniel Perilli – Italy, Francesco Perilli – Italy, Svetla Radulova-Markova – Bulgaria, Sigal Ron – Israel, Ron Shelton – USA, Larisa Sjoerds – the Netherlands, Franz Strauss – Austria, Kas Stuart – Belgium, Jaya Suberg – Germany, Akiko Suzuki – Japan, Nabeel Taher – Saudi Arabia, Bojidar Toneff – Bulgaria, Concepción Trigo Pacheco – Spain, Gabi Troester – Austria, Philip Verbruggen – Belgium, Christine Verhaert – Belgium, Frans van Viegen – the Netherlands, Ron Weijers – the Netherlands, Frans de Winter – the Netherlands
February 25 till April 2 2017 – the Crown – Schiedam – the Netherlands
April 10 till May 5 2017 – EAT – Antwerp – Belgium
June 17 till July 2 2017 – Hof van Ryhove – Ghent – Belgium
September 7 till 24 2017 – MIR museum – Gleisdorf – Austria
November 3 till 30 2017 – National Art Gallery Dobrich – Dobrich – Bulgaria
- http://10denceartprojects.blogspot.nl/2007/12/poligious-issues.html (concept)
- http://poligiousissuesartists.blogspot.nl/2009/02/poligious-issues-participating-artists.html (participating artists)
Looking forward to your works and to meet up at the opening of the exhibition
with kind regards
Ron Weijers – Lange Haven 96 B – 3111 CJ Schiedam – the Netherlands – studio – Mgr. Nolenslaan 99 B – 3119 EB Schiedam – the Netherlands – 0031 – 06 1214120 – firstname.lastname@example.org – www.ronweijers.net