International Exhibits 2020

 

Visual artists accepted as IN3 Site Members may apply to participate in any of the following exhibits. Those selected are responsible for shipping their original work to IN3's hub.  IN3 transports the works to the exhibits, hangs them, and presents the work of any participating artists who are unable to attend the opening reception in person.  Artist attendance of the opening receptions is encouraged, but not mandatory.

 

IN3 is a well respected and accessible global organization to aid visual artists' international career development goals. Exhibit in galleries, museums and prominent Historic sites in the Best Cities around the World to Market Your Art. Start Now!

January 2020: Rome, Italy

 

IL LABORATORIO Gallery. The culture and traditions in Rome reflect its historic past and celebrate the modern world. Rome culture is an eclectic mix of high culture, the arts, fashion and historic architecture. Art created by the masters during the Renaissance and Baroque periods coexists with modern-day pieces in art museums and galleries throughout the city.

 

The Vatican, the Colosseum, the Palatine and Forum Museum, the Galleria Borghese, the Palazzo Altemps, the Piazza di Spagna and the Domus Aurea are the stepping stones of today’s Roman culture.

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February 2020: Paris, France

 

Galerie ARTES Paris is the most desirable city for artists to exhibit their art. The Culture concerns the arts, music, museums, festivals and other entertainment in Paris, the capital city of France. The city is today one of the world's leading business and cultural centers; entertainment, music, media, fashion, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities. Paris is also home to notable cultural attractions such as the Louvre, Musée Picasso, Musée Rodin, Musée du Montparnasse, Musée National d'Art Moderne. Art and artifacts from the Middle Ages can be seen in Musée Cluny while Musée d'Orsay is notable for housing Impressionist era masterpieces.

 

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

SOHO Point Central Gallery. Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina. The city is located on the western shore of the estuary of the Río de la Plata.  Buenos Aires is Argentina’s big, cosmopolitan capital city. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. Other major attractions include Teatro Colón, a grand 1908 opera house with nearly 2,500 seats, and the modern MALBA museum, displaying Latin American art.

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March 2020: Barcelona, Spain
 
Espacio Creativo NAUART, Barcelona. The cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is defined by quirky art and architecture, imaginative food and vibrant street life. It has medieval roots, seen in the mazelike Gothic Quarter, but a modernist personality represented by architect Antoni Gaudí’s fantastical Sagrada Família church. Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture, and a world-class drinking and dining scene. The centerpiece of Barcelona is Barri Gòtic, the city’s historic district laden with architectural treasures and atmospheric narrow lanes.

 

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April 2020: Guadalajara, Mexico

Museo del Tequila. Guadalajara is the second largest city in the country and it is ranked as the eighth best city to visit in Mexico and South America. Known as the land of tequila. Guadalajara is a city in western Mexico. It’s known for tequila and mariachi music, both born in Jalisco, the state of which Guadalajara is the capital. Guadalajara’s historic center is dotted with colonial plazas and landmarks such as the neoclassical Teatro Degollado and a cathedral with twin gold spires. The Palacio del Gobierno houses famous murals by painter José Clemente Orozco. 

 

 

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April 2020: Oporto, Portugal

Galeria Geraldes Da SIlva. Porto, a creative and bohemian city. The city has undergone transformations in recent years and today is different from what it was fifty years ago. It is more cosmopolitan and lively  Porto is a coastal city in northwest Portugal known for its stately bridges and port wine production. In the medieval Ribeira (riverside) district, narrow cobbled streets wind past merchants’ houses and cafes. São Francisco Church is known for its lavish baroque interior with ornate gilded carvings. The palatial 19th-century Palácio de Bolsa, formerly a stock market, was built to impress potential European investors.

 

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May 2020: New York City USA

Rio Penthouse Gallery. The City that never sleeps. New York has long linked its rising power and economic success to investments in arts and culture. The two continue to feed off each other: the city is a giant commercial marketplace for art and creative industries, from art auctions to fashion, design. New York’s cultural life has been seen as a symbol of the city’s wider vitality. From Carnegie Hall to MoMA, public-private partnerships linking civic ambition and wealthy philanthropists have endowed the city with world-class non-profit cultural institutions. Allied to this, New York’s hugely dynamic cultural scene finds expression in everything from Broadway theatre to hip hop. 

 

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Sofia, Bulgaria

 

Bulgaria functioned as the hub of Slavic Europe during much of the Middle Ages, exerting considerable literary and cultural influence over the Eastern Orthodox Slavic world by means of the Preslav and Ohrid Literary Schools. Bulgaria also gave the world the Cyrillic script, the second most widely used alphabet. Bulgaria has nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Also. a rich heritage in the visual arts, especially in frescoes, murals and icons. Bulgaria experienced a revival in every area of culture following the Liberation from the Islamic Ottoman Empire in 1878, the fine arts rapidly recovered and came under the influence of European artistic currents such as late Romanticism.

 

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June 2020: Alexandria, Romania

 

The culture of Romania is the product of its geography and its distinct historical evolution. Alexandria was the intellectual and cultural center of the ancient world for some time. The city and its museum attracted many of the greatest scholars, including Jews, Syrians and Greeks. Alexandria was not only a center of Hellenism, but was also home to the largest urban Jewish community in the world. The Septuagint, a Greek version of the Tanakh, was produced there. The Royal Library of Alexandria, in Alexandria, Egypt, was once the largest library in the world. It is generally thought to have been founded at the beginning of the 3rd century BC, during the reign of Ptolemy II of Egypt.

 

 

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July 2020 Stockholm, Sweden

 

Belmann Gallery. Stockholm is the capital and largest city of Sweden, with nearly 2 million inhabitants within its vicinities. The inner city is made up of 14 islands connected by some 50 bridges on Lake Mälaren, which flows into the brackish Baltic Sea, and passes the Stockholm archipelago with some 24,000 islands and islets.  Stockholm is a cosmopolitan place with both classical and modern architecture, and a captivating Old Town, Gamla Stan. Over 30% of the city area is made up of waterways, and another 30% is made up of green spaces. Air quality is third best of the European capitals.

 

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September 2020: New York, USA

Rio Penthouse Gallery. The City that never sleeps. New York has long linked its rising power and economic success to investments in arts and culture. The two continue to feed off each other: the city is a giant commercial marketplace for art and creative industries, from art auctions to fashion, design. New York’s cultural life has been seen as a symbol of the city’s wider vitality. From Carnegie Hall to MoMA, public-private partnerships linking civic ambition and wealthy philanthropists have endowed the city with world-class non-profit cultural institutions. Allied to this, New York’s hugely dynamic cultural scene finds expression in everything from Broadway theatre to hip hop. 

 

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October 2020: Miami, USA

 

Miami Cultural Arts Center gallery - Art galleries and museums, dance performances and theater, live music and flim, soak in Miami’s arts and culture. South Florida is truly a mecca of sun, fun, and culture. Whether it’s working on that perfect tan, watersports, multicultural foods and music, Miami is also home to world-renowned art festivals, museums, theater, and literary events.  ​Greater Miami has invested heavily in growing its artistic and cultural landscape. Major public buildings like the Arsht Center, South Dade Cultural Center and Pérez Art Museum Miami show a community-wide commitment to shaping a world-class destination for the arts.

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November 2020: Dallas, Texas USA
 

​When the Dallas area was being settled by American pioneers, many of the settlers traveled by wagon trains along the Shawnee Trail. A line of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway was being built through the area, and periodic watering stops were needed along the route for the steam locomotives. A community grew around this train stop. The town's residents chose "Frisco City" in honor of the St. Louis–San Francisco Railway. This name was later shortened to Frisco. In 1978, the first season of the hit show Dallas was filmed at Frisco's Cloyce Box Ranch, where the house on site was used as the Ewing family home.  Frisco’s arts and culture scene is anything but ordinary. Between live theater and musical performances, to local painters, photographers and one of the largest collections of outdoor public art in the state of Texas.

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December 2020: Madrid, Spain

 

Prado Goyart Gallery - The Gran Vía, together with the Paseo de la Castellano, is Madrid's most famous street, mentioned in zarzuelas and books and shown many times in films. Madrid possesses a modern infrastructure, as well as preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets, three superb art museums: Prado Museum, which hosts one of the finest art collections in the world, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, a museum of modern art, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, housed in the renovated Villahermosa Palace.

 

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