fibicc-raf young artist award
The FIBICC (Iberoamerican Foundation for the Creative and Cultural Industries) will, in collaboration with Boreal Projects, award the Young Artist Award to one of the artists participating in Room Art Fair 2016.The prize consists of a residency grant for GlogauAir artists in residence studios in Berlin, Germany.
International galleries at raf5
Besides Spanish art galleries and project spaces, this year RAF5 will feature participants from all over Europe and America. We are delighted to welcome our international guests to Madrid:
a-space (Switzerland), Art von Frei (Germany), Galerie Huit (France), Galerie Youn (Canada), Jonathan F Kugel (United Kingdom), Pony Project Gallery (Austria) and Studio 488 (Argentina).
The complete list of participants will be published in the middle of January.
The call for participation remains open and we still have a few rooms available. Send us your proposal and become part of Madrid Art Week!
The Germany-based private company Gebrüder Heineman and the German distributor of Nanos S. L., Pollito y Tigre GmBH, have decided to support emerging art at ROOM ART FAIR by agreeing to each sponsor an acquisition award. The artworks acquired by these companies will travel to Germany and form part of their respective private collections.
With fees for participation starting at €750 and accommodation for the four days, RAF invites art galleries, hybrid and alternative spaces, and artist platforms and collectives to form part of the art week circuit.
In its 5th anniversary, ROOM ART FAIR will play a key role in exposing a new generation of talent to the collectors and art lovers visiting Madrid for the events taking place in the city during those days. Madrid Art Week attracts art lovers from all over the world, offering a full programme of art events including Spain’s world famous contemporary art fair, ARCO.
In 2016, ROOM ART FAIR, the most alternative fair on the Madrid circuit, will again make use of unconventional spaces to display the work of emerging artists and independent curators. The exhibition venue will be the four-star boutique hotel Petit Palace Santa Bárbara, on plaza Santa Bárbara in the city-centre neighbourhood of Chueca. In addition to the hotel rooms, RAF will also make use of two 45m2 salons, where its programme of activities will take place.
26–28 February 2016.
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