Writers Wanted (New York, Berlin, Flash Points)

Raised Eyebrows/ Furrowed Foreheads: (Black and Blue Eyebrows), 2008. Three dimensional archival print, laminated with lexan and mounted on shaped form with acrylic paint, 57 3/4 x 102 x 6 3/4 inches. © John Baldessari, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York.

John Baldessari, "Raised Eyebrows/ Furrowed Foreheads: (Black and Blue Eyebrows)," 2008. Three dimensional archival print, laminated with lexan and mounted on shaped form with acrylic paint, 57 3/4 x 102 x 6 3/4 inches. © John Baldessari, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York.

Art21 currently seeks several freelance art bloggers to contribute to this site on a regular basis. Application processes for each opportunity are different, so please follow instructions or links below.

1) Berlin- and New York City-based writers to craft exhibition reviews and related contemporary art news, as well as to chronicle local art events, programs, and phenomena. Explore this site’s existing columns on Los Angeles and London as models.

Knowledge of contemporary art and art writing experience are essential. Experience with WordPress, the ability to break news and share contacts are all preferred. Submit letter of interest, your resume, 2 writing samples, and a draft blog post to blog [at] art21 [dot] org.

2) Writers for Art21’s Flash Points topic on the ethics of art. All are welcome to apply. Submission instructions here.

Rolling deadline. Questions? Email blog [at] art21 [dot] org.

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  2. Phil Stanway says:

    I see you are in search of writers in Berlin, though you already have quite a few. I’ve been living here for years after working as a reporter and studying drama and film-making in England, and poems of mine have appeared in top magazines in the USA, Canada and the UK, so in principle I seem to be what you have in mind, but before sending any material, I would like to know whether the writing is done for the fun of it or for a fee.

    Best wishes,

    Phil Stanway

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