Frist: Montag, 30. November 2020


FRAMED e.V. invites all artists to submit their work in our very first open call.

About us Framed e.V. is a non-profit organisation, supporting art and culture in Berlin. Every month we host events that combine art exhibitions and live music performances at our FRAMED SATELLITE events. One of our main principles is to showcase outstanding artists and musicians, supporting them along the way as well as to create a community around art, music and culture.

The open call
You will have the opportunity to exhibit your work in a one month solo show, starting from January 2021. Exhibitions will be exhibited from January 2021 and run throughout the year. During this time the exhibition will be combined with two of our SATELLITE events. This is a unique opportunity to showcase your work alongside live music concerts and gain exposure from audiences across both the visual arts and music.

The exhibition is unpaid, however the exhibition fee covers installation costs and transportation costs (up to 100 euros).

The space
The space itself is a large, bright open plan 90sqm room, which can easily accommodate for video and audio work. The space plays a huge part in creating a comfortable environment for all our guests, we try to make it as cosy as we can so it feels like you are in your living room listening to music with your friends surrounded by great art. How to apply? To apply, please fill out our application form on our website:

Please prepare the following documents/texts for the application: - A few words about yourself (500 characters) - A few words about your work (500 characters) - Portfolio - High quality pictures of yourself - High quality pictures of your artwork Application period: 1st - 30th November 2020. Please note that artists can submit work which has not yet been made, as long as you can provide reference to previous work which is related. We can also provide a projector and sound system for video and audio artworks. Application conditions may change subject to COVID-19 regulations.