C14-PARIS is an annual show held the first weekend of October, from Thursday to Sunday, for four days, in a beautiful heritage annex of the town hall of the 14th arrondissement of the city of Paris. It offers exceptional visibility to thirty artists, an art school and a collector.
The Salon C14-PARIS is moving more radically towards contemporary art and intends to be a forum in the art market. It aspires to connect ceramic artists, art galleries and collectors.
C for contemporary ceramics.
14 for the 14th arrondissement of Paris.
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Stéphanie Le Follic-Hadida
C14-PARIS is an association law 1901 to promote contemporary sculptural ceramics (from volume to mixed-media installation) French and European.
Its organizers intend to find new talents and offer them visibility under the best professional conditions and to present recognized artists that collectors and institutions will enjoy rediscovering.
C14-PARIS is led by ceramic artists (Laurence Crespin and Patrick Loughran) and curators specializing in contemporary ceramics (Frédéric Bodet, Ludovic Recchia and Stéphanie Le Follic-Hadida).
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Call for applications
C14-PARIS is aimed at French, European and international artists who create sculptural, non-functional works (from volume to mix-media).
•Works must be recent or never exhibited.
•Proposed works must be predominantly ceramic, but can be a composite.
•Mostly ceramic installations may contain non-ceramic elements (drawings, photographs, paintings, etc.).
The submission of applications for the 2021 edition will be from December, 07, 2020 to February, 28, 2021.
Three prizes will be awarded at the conclusion of the show:
The Gallery Prize will allow the laureate to present their work as part of a personal exhibition in a municipal gallery in Paris or in a private gallery (communications + newsletter).
The Residency Prize, designed to encourage a way of working, will allow the laureate to stay 2 to 3 months in a C14-Paris associated ceramics-equipped residence in France or in Europe.
The Jury Prize recognizes the quality of the work regardless of any other criteria. Receiving this award allows the winner to exhibit free of charge the following year on the ground floor of the Annex (14 m2) + Ceradel patronage.
Applications must be completed online at c14-paris.com (or can be returned by mail to the association’s head office) before February 28, 2020.
All entries are subject to the acceptance of the general regulations.
The candidate will be notified of the jury’s decision no later than March 31, 2021.
C14-PARIS / 9, rue Friant / 75014 PARIS / email@example.com / c14-paris.com
The show takes place
From Thursday to Sunday 05-08 November 2020
11h to 19h
Address of the exhibition
12 rue Pierre Castagnou
Headquarters of the association C14-PARIS
9 rue Friant Paris 14