Lucy Art Residency has announced an open call for its 2020 residency program and commission for visual artists working mainly with photography. Artists based in Europe or the Mediterranean whose main practice is photography-focused are encouraged to apply via the LAR official website. Last day to submit is the 13th of February.
A longlist of artists will be selected from the received applications and will be featured on the Lucy Art Residency Instagram account. One artist will eventually be selected to spend two weeks in late May/early June 2020 in Kavala, Greece for the residency. Transportation, accommodation and subsistence are covered. The residency is hosted by Lucy Hotel in Kavala, Greece. A fine sample of modernist architecture, the hotel was built on the town's seafront in 1976 and was renovated to become a five-star hotel in 2009.
The jury for the 2020 Lucy Art Residency is:
Kostas Stasinopoulos — Curator, art historian and Assistant Curator, Live Programmes at Serpentine Galleries, London.
Ioli Tzanetaki — Independent curator, interdisciplinary researcher and writer born in Athens and currently living in Berlin.
Kevser Güler — Curator based in Istanbul.
Milo Keller — Photographer and professor at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne.
Mariama Attah — Photography curator and Assistant Editor for Foam Magazine.
Nikolas Ventourakis — Artist living and working between Athens and London, artistic director of the Lucy Art Residency.
For information on how to apply and frequently asked questions please visit lucyartresidency.com.