Equestrian project. CC Arquitectos / Arch. Manuel Cervantes. Valle de Bravo, Mexico.
1. Digital gallery
architecture and city
For more than 40 years, the BAQ has been one of the spaces for integration, comparison and analysis of contemporary architectural and urban production on the scale of the continent.
During this time, the quality and variety of exhibitions developed within the framework of the event have been one of the most far-reaching formats for the dissemination, exchange and analysis of architecture open to a diverse public.
In This edition the BAQ, in response to the social distancing measures that cities are going through, in addition to its Academic agenda and regular Contest, diversifies its formats and becomes a platform for the dissemination of content.
In this context, the Panamerican Architecture Biennial of Quito summons research teams, managers and cultural institutions, universities, architecture studios, authors and editors from all over the world to present:
Digital exhibitions on architecture and city themes.
The call has no restriction regarding subject matter, approach, languages and resources used in its conception. They must be developed in any digital format and hosted on a free and open access platform open to the public.
The Biennial Commission will review the proposals to determine the relevance and suitability in the treatment of the themes of the exhibition, their academic value and the adequacy to the general mission proposed by the Panamerican Biennial of Architecture of Quito: dissemination, exchange, analysis architecture and content dissemination, open to a diverse audience.
Regarding the content and production quality criterion, the relevance and coherent dialogue between the museological script and the museography will be taken into account.
They will be part of the Official Agenda of the BAQ2020 (with access to the samples), to be held from November 9 to 20. They will also have the promotion through all the official BAQ media during and after the event.
The descriptive profile of the exhibition, together with the corresponding credits, will be part of the Cultural Catalog publication.
The BAQ will request access to the complete sample, downloadable files or relevant formats for the dissemination platform BAQ2020 Digital Gallery.
Applicants must attach an access to the sample or send a dossier of the same for review by the Biennial Commission. You can send or attach access to the full exhibition if that is the case.
The Panamerican Architecture Biennial of Quito guarantees the confidentiality of the information sent to the application. The selected samples will be notified and the contents of the sample will become publicly accessible as part of the BAQ 2020 program.
The selected works grant the BAQ the right of use for the purposes of dissemination and promotion of the BAQ.
- Exhibition Name
- Managers (Institution, organization or people that produce the sample)
- Descriptive paragraph of the Exhibition: (250 words)
- Image: Poster, cover, iconography that represents the sample and that will be used in printed and digital media (300dpi)
- Dossier or access to the sample
August 4, 2020
Launch of call bases:
August 17, 2020
Closure of the call:
October 17, 2020 at midnight GMT Ecuador
Publication of selected:
October 27, 2020