December 2022 Opportunities: Open Calls, Residencies, and Grants for Artists
December 1, 2022

Every month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you’d like to list an opportunity here, please get in touch at hello@colossal.art. You can also join our monthly Opportunities Newsletter.
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Artist Spotlight: Alejandra Moros
November 10, 2022

A selection of recent paintings by Miami, Florida-based artist Alejandra Moros. Isolating and enlarging details of the human body, Moros’ paintings feel simultaneously ambiguous and intimate, like a surreal dream. Moros elaborates: “The work, especially the rare larger ones, can feel overwhelming at times, but I think it is because to me, these are images … Continued Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Kees Holterman
October 20, 2022

I’ve developed a body of paintings for my exhibition ‘Copper Snakes’. It’s currently on view at Artspace at Untitled. Kees Holterman (previously featured here). In 2022 Holterman was confronted with a congenital heart defect diagnosis, limiting his ability to meet the physical demands of his printmaking practice. This limitation created the space for reflection, contemplation, … Continued Continue reading

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“Methuselah” by Artist Rachael Pease
September 14, 2022

Rachael Pease These drawings are based upon the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest of the Eastern Sierras in CA. Some trees here are as old as the pyramids but are left unmarked. Each pillar of time grows slowly, battered and twisted by its extreme conditions. Hotter droughts and an invasive bark beetles are finally placing their … Continued Continue reading

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