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Deadline: June 7, 2013
Submit to VOX IX
Juried by Hilary Harkness and Hunter Braithwaite

Vox Populi is happy to announce an open call for VOX IX – our ninth annual juried exhibition of emerging artists, which will take place July 5-28, 2013. The deadline for submissions is June 7, 2013.

To apply, download a prospectus here and follow the instructions. The application is on SlideRoom and can be accessed here.

Hilary Harkness

Hilary Harkness, who exhibits with the Mary Boone Gallery in New York City, is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of California-Berkeley (where she studied biochemistry and art) and holds a Master of Fine Arts from the Yale University School of Art. A former professional violinist, she honed her unique artistic worldview while living in San Francisco, and now lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work has been exhibited worldwide, including the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain, and the Deste Foundation in Athens, Greece and is in the collection of the Whitney Museum. Harkness has been featured in publications including the New York Times, The New Yorker, Interview magazine, and Esquire. She has taught painting and sculpture as Artist in Residence at Yale Summer School of Art and Music, and lectured widely at institutions such as Columbia University, Boston University, Yale University, Brandeis University, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Hilary also blogs for the Huffington Post and the New York Academy of Art.

Hunter Braithwaite

Hunter Braithwaite lives in Miami, where he edits the Miami Rail and writes about contemporary art. After graduating from the College of William & Mary with degrees in English Literature and Cultural Theory, he worked briefly at National Geographic Travel Books in Washington, D.C. In 2009, he moved to Shanghai, where he covered the contemporary art scene for publications such as City Weekend Shanghai, Time Out Shanghai, and Asian Art News, as well as websites like artforum.com, artslant.com, artinfo.com, cnn.com, the Wall Street Journal Scene Asia blog. He relocated to Miami in 2011 and continued to work as a correspondent for the same publications, and others such as Art in America, Guernica, and Modern Painters. In April 2012, he became the founding editor of the Miami Rail, the first editorially-independent expansion of the Brooklyn Rail. Also, he teaches a digital journalism course at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami and talks frequently in public.


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