September 5, 2017 - Contemporary Art Fund of the City of Geneva (FMAC) - Call for submissions for an art intervention on the perimeter of the new Eaux-Vives Station in Geneva
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September 5, 2017
September 5, 2017

Contemporary Art Fund of the City of Geneva (FMAC)

Site plan for the arts competition, Eaux-Vives, Geneva.

Call for submissions for an art intervention on the perimeter of the new Eaux-Vives Station in Geneva
Eaux-Vives art competition, Geneva—first round

Submission deadline: November 13, 2017

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The City of Geneva, through its Contemporary Art Fund, is organizing a two-round competition to create one (or several) art intervention(s) in connection with the construction of a new area within the Eaux-Vives district, which will consist of housing units, collective amenities (a childcare center, a social and cultural space, sports facilities), as well as a shopping center, public plazas, a new theater (“Nouvelle Comédie”) and a new station. The site is part of the CEVA project (a railway line that crosses the city: Cornavin – Eaux-Vives – Annemasse).

The call for submissions (individual or collective) is open to all professional artists, of any nationality and age, who already have experience in the field of public art.

Artists wishing to respond to the call for proposals are required to register by downloading the documents relating to the competition on the link below and returning the registration form together with their submission by November 13, 2017. The documents may be written in French or in English.

A jury composed of contemporary art and architecture experts will select 8 to 10 candidates on the basis of the proposals submitted. These pre-qualified artists will be invited to submit their project in the second round.

For more details, click here.

Fonds municipal d’art contemporain (FMAC)
CH – 1205 Geneva / Switzerland
www.fmac-geneve.ch

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