September 6, 2006
Chicagoans and photo fans everywhere, Brian Ulrich has a mission for you:
A few months back the Saatchi Gallery in London debuted a simple and great idea in the spirit of many web phenomenon; a free website for artists of any kind to upload images of works, info and the like. Almost like a artists version of myspace, Your Gallery also contains blogs, magazines, reviews, etc.
Today the Saatchi in conjunction with the Guardian UK newspaper opens a contest of Your Gallery artists. A panel of judges—artists Marc Quinn and Cornelia Parker, critics Tim Marlow and Jonathan Jones and gallerist Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst—selected a shortlist of 30 artists from the thousands on display on the Your Gallery website.
In one of those this must be spam moments, I was emailed and told my work was chosen. Woah.
So in the spirit of many politicians, I ask my brethren suppporters to login to the Guardian website and... vote for what you like.
(No, seriously... play fair.)
"Chicago, get yer chauvinist asses in gear"
Posted by Dan at 11:43 AM
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