The Axis 2014 International Art Fair targets a major metropolitan audience through downtown Chicago tourism, schools, art colleges and universities, and thousands of downtown professionals.
Chicago: Axis 2014 International Art Fair
The Chicago Axis 2014 International Art Fair will open on September 20, 2014 at 1044 West Randolph Street in Chicago, Illinois. Axis is becoming a leading international contemporary art institution supporting an array of multimedia art disciplines. It aims to fuse traditional art practices with new media and cultural education. The organization has launched a community oriented art festival in Chicago to anchor important art initiatives in the coming years. It also bridges gaps between cultures, generations, educational themes and is becoming an important international force through its Chicago based International Art Fair.
The Axis 2014 International Art Fair targets a major metropolitan audience through downtown Chicago tourism, schools, art colleges and universities, downtown professionals and has a goal of 7,000 visitors. Along with major display booths, the Axis 2014 International Art Fair includes VIP galleries, a lecture series, new media art screening and installation, performance art, an exhibitor’s social and an art auction.
The first round of custom booth applications for the Chicago Axis 2014 International Art Fair are due by March 31, 2014. Download the application. Final applications are due by June 14, 2014. Acceptances are notified within 30 days from the submission. Booths will be viewable for installation after 2pm September 17th with artwork displays going up on the 18th. The Exhibitor’s social and art auction are to be announced. The first view of the Axis 2014 International Art Fair in Chicago is September 19th all day with the official Art Fair opening on September 20th and 21st.
Prak-Sis, organizer of the Axis 2014 International Art Fair, was founded in January 2009 as a not for profit art organization dedicated to a dynamic art experience migrating between diverse locations across the Chicago cityscape. Since its beginning, transforming vacant, neglected and obsolete buildings into art exhibition spaces, Prak-Sis has structured mutual support between small businesses and local organizations for mutual benefit. Today, Prak-Sis includes online and new media projects which bridge the gap between new technologies and traditional artistic practices.
First Round Axis 2014 Application
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