Open call: Artlab Editorial Fellowship Hyundai Artlab [February 28–March 28, 2023, 11:59pm]Marilena Pateraki
Application period: February 28–March 28, 2023, 11:59pm
Hyundai Artlab has announced a new fellowship for two art writers to consider their communities through the lens of contemporary art.
The future of art writing is transnational, multigenerational, and decentralized, and the structures that support it should nurture the diffuse, the diverse, and the local. As an extension of our mission to champion writing about today’s most compelling artists, celebrate connectivity in all its forms, and envision the future, Hyundai Artlab is excited to announce the Artlab Editorial Fellowship.
Hyundai Artlab is on the lookout for two writers dedicated to their geographic regions who explore today’s social issues through the lens of contemporary art. This fellowship is for art writers at any stage of their career, providing two fellows 10,000 USD each to produce three pieces of writing in 2023. We are looking for writers who will bring new perspectives to a global network of readers and explore their communities with an eye toward forward-thinking solutions. The program is open to applicants anywhere in the world.
Launched in 2022, Artlab Editorial is a new destination for critical engagement with contemporary art. With interviews, reviews, essays and profiles, we publish writing that offers an opportunity to better understand the past, reconsider the contemporary, and envision the future. In our first year, we published over 20 writers from around the world, including Rahel Aima, Julie Baumgardner, Allie Biswas, Nancy Baker Cahill, Scarlet Cheng, Samantha Culp, Claire L. Evans, Orit Gat, Charlotte Kent, Dean Kissick, Shannon Lee, Michelle Lhooq, Manuela Moscoso, Syaura Qotrunadha, Andrew Russeth, Kenny Schachter, Barry Schwabsky, Monica Uszerowicz, Wendy Vogel, Claire Voon, and Linda Yablonsky.
The Fellowship is designed to produce a vibrant body of new art writing and strengthen connections between writers and artists across the world. With guidance from Artlab Editorial’s community of editors and advisors, the fellows will produce three pieces of web-based editorial content for publication on Artlab Editorial. We encourage diverse perspectives and emerging insights into today’s art world.