Articles Tagged with: Kristin Hjellegjerde

Delphian Open Call 2020 is on now!

Looking to exhibit your work in London this year? Well, the Delphian Open Call 2020 could be perfectly suited for you! 

We are holding our annual open call competition, searching for the most exciting, undiscovered artwork of 2020. It’s totally free to enter and if selected you could have your work included in our Print Exhibition in central London in partnership with theprintspace & creativehub!

Not only that, but the first prize winner will win a fully funded solo exhibition with Delphian Gallery in London in 2020! 

Previous winners include Florence Hutchings and Rhiannon Salisbury.

This year’s judges include:

Artist and creator of PaintguideHenrik Uldalen

Gallerist – Kristen Hjellgjerde

Art critic for Fad Magazine and LondonistTabish Khan

Youth programmer at Nottingham ContemporaryWingshan Smith

Artist and previous Delphian Open Call winner – Rhiannon Salisbury

Delphian directors Benjamin Murphy & Nick JS Thompson


Kristin Hjellegjerde – Episode 11 of the Delphian Podcast is now live!

Kristin Hjellegjerde – Episode 11 of the Delphian Podcast is now live!

Portrait of Kristin Hjellegjerde in her london gallery space

Gallerist and curator Kristin Hjellegjerde joins us for the Delphian Podcast this week. Known for its multicultural curatorial approach the gallery quickly gained recognition for exhibiting a roster of innovative, international artists since its inception in 2012. Kristin has galleries in both London and Berlin as well as a new London project space which will also be expanding in 2021.

We talk about the way in which she finds artists and how artists can make themselves more visible to galleries, the importance of networking, collaboration between galleries, and advice to young curators. We also touch upon the sometimes prohibitive cost of art fairs and how this affects a gallery’s decisions on their programming.

 

Listen now on our website HERE, or search DELPHIAN PODCAST in iTunes, Spotify, or Podbean.

 

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