Usually associated with early twentieth-century modernism, collage has been used by craftspeople and artists for many centuries. Collage stands out for its ability to bring items into relation with one another, to provoke the viewer to discover connections among them, and to tell stories that bring those images together. We are seeking works that range from the traditional to the experimental and everything in-between.
About The Juror:
Rachel Wolff is a writer, editor, and video producer/director based in Brooklyn, New York. She's written about visual art for New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ARTnews, Art + Auction, and Modern Painters, among other publications. She’s covered exhibitions of Impressionist, Modern, Postwar, and Contemporary art around the world; she’s profiled such artists as Kerry James Marshall, Amy Sillman, Adrian Ghenie, Sue Williams, Nathalie Djurberg, Pier Paolo Calzolari, and Wangechi Mutu; and she has contributed to various exhibition catalogues and panel discussions. Rachel is also the co-founder and creative director of SandenWolff, a boutique video production company where she has written, produced, and directed video content for a range of galleries and institutions including Brooklyn Museum, Christie's, Jewish Museum, Lévy Gorvy, The New School, Public Art Fund, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum and Swiss Institute