“The City Is Ours” is the ongoing series published by Other Editions dedicated to streets, found objects and unexpected art.
Urban ready-mades, involuntary paintings, accidental sculptures and parts of the urban landscape that normally go unnoticed.
Each issue is dedicated to a single theme relating to the street-level details: a sort of curated gallery, a sourcebook of street finds ideas.
We are interested in gathering many different views, perspectives, and interpretations of the same topic. This means that we will accumulate more information over time through open calls and by inviting students, artists, friends, and you – our readers – to contribute.
Find out more about the open calls here:
How many types of gums can you find? How are they the same or different from each other?
– TIFF or JPG files
– at least 2600px shorter edge @ 72 dpi
– Photos from smartphones are OK as long as they are without any filter/effect.
– For emails bigger than 10MB max, please use Wetransfer, Dropbox, or google drive
– No .zip files
Deadline: 21st November 2021
Artists confirm that the submitted material is their original work. In addition, they understand that Other Editions may use/modify/edit it in the printed and/or online magazine.
50/50 split between publisher and artists (from each issue and for the annual book). Splits are calculated on profits. Payments will happen annually.