#Artist Apply to Exhibit at the Crypt Gallery in London 2017

Just one of the many opportunities for artists that we share here, and one of many more that you will find on our e-list of art gallery artist submission opportunities (available here), artists may apply now until February 16th 2017 to exhibit at the Crypt Gallery in London.

Factory-Art Ltd  London is organizing their  NEVERWHERE Exhibit at the Crypt Gallery to take place in Spring 2017.

Submit your art!

Factory Art Projects “NEVERWHERE” – London 2017

Factory Art invites artists from all over the world to submit their artworks for selection for their next exhibition in London, titled: “NEVERWHERE”–

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The Crypt gallery St Pancras is a London Below venue, that will be selecting and showing  the work of 20 artists for this upcoming exhibition opportunity.

20 artists will be selected to exhibit “Neverwhere“.

Deadline for Applications: Tuesday 16th February 2017, 10pm GMT.

apply  via online form here 

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Instagram Graphic Novel Shines Critical Light on American Corporate Business

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Los Angeles born artist touches global nerve with endearing character who calls out polluters, chemical companies, and corrupt government officials.

SANTA BARBARA, CA (Sept. 1, 2016) — The Creature NU” has blossomed into an international phenomenon on Instagram, currently considered leading social media outlet for the Arts. Los Angeles native, Metrov—painter, filmmaker, writer, & designer—chose Instagram to launch his sustainability awareness campaign. With strong support from #organicmoms and other eco-friendly groups, Metrov’s unorthodox tale has quickly garnered an army of passionate “Green” followers.

“For quite some time,” says Metrov, I’d been looking for ways to integrate messages of sustainability into my work. I wanted to do my part as an artist. When Leonardo DiCaprio purchased an artwork on Instagram, the entire art world, it seemed, boarded the burgeoning social media platform. Artist Amalia Ulman’s make-believe Instagram story about a troubled Beverly Hills socialite landed her a show at London’s Tate Museum. I knew Instagram would be The Creature NU’s stage.

   NU, a small, loveable, noble savage, embarks on a mission to Earth to “find out what’s gone wrong.” In the beginning, he discovers spectacular, natural grandeur. But as he travels across America, he falls ill from toxic drinking water. He witnesses the horrors of strip mining, morbid obesity, and land forever destroyed by oil production. He meets other creatures who tell him he must go to Wall Street to find the perpetrators. When he arrives, however, he’s taken in by a gang of uber rich, subterranean rats who secretly control the stock market. It’s not until he falls for the allure of materialism, acquires his own wealth, then becomes homeless and nearly dies from cancer, that the Creature NU finally awakens to his destiny—to become a sustainability role model for the youth of the world.

Metrov began his career as portraitist for superstars like Margaux Hemingway and Mick Jagger. His work is exhibited and collected internationally, though his priority is to explorethe ever-evolving potential of artistic mediums and technologies.” Learn about All Things NU at: www.DoYouNU.com.


USA Artist Accepted into UK Exhibition After Submitting Via Our Posted Call To Artists

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On June 4th, Artist Marketing Resources published a call for artists to submit here. One of our regular readers , artist Alan Singer, let us know that he made his submission to this opportunity after reading our blog post and his submission was accepted!

 

Artist Alan Singer wrote:

Hello Marie,

Once again, one of your news updates worked for me – the opportunity to show a work in London,UK through the listing you published for
Ice-Tuxedo  a group show called Random Orange, at  the Schwartz Gallery.  Thanks once again, enjoy the rest of the summer!

Alan Singer

 

CHROMA: Artist CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Summer Exhibition

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The people at The Crypt Gallery, London sent us this Call to Artists and asked us to share it with our readers.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for CHROMA: Summer Exhibition

CHROMA is a curation of visual thought and exists both as space and document. It acts as a platform for elaboration and articulation, exploring the narrative potential of aesthetic and visual arrangement. The published and exhibited results are amalgamations of open submissions.

CHROMA produces experiments in chromatic language

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CHROMA opens the call for the submission of art work in any medium in response to the words black & white.

Exhibition

A group show will be held in July presenting a selection of submissions curated by CHROMA. A collection of works made in isolation from one another with a colour being the only given commonality, the show will explore the conversations the works can and are forced to have through their curation and what elements of association are generated to form a narrative or dialogue. The show will experiment with the possibilities of language as a response to something inherently visual, and the relationship between this collective chromatic discourse and each individual work.

Publication

Submissions will also be considered for the creation of CHROMA’s Black & White Issue publication. This will present the same conceptual exploration as the exhibition but will take a concrete ob-ject-form, culminating individual works into a single art object.

Submission deadline: Monday 20th June at 12pm

Email a maximum of three photographs of each piece submitted, or a detailed (1 side of A4) proposal if the work is not yet made. Please include any titles, dimensions and materials.

If selected, works must be dropped off at the gallery location (The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras) at 10am on Tuesday 26th July. Instructions should be provided and the work will be hung by the team. Arrangements can be made for artists to help hang should they have specific technical requirements. Please note artists submitting video work will need to provide equipment such as projectors and/or tvs/extension cables.

Artists should also be available to collect work from the space Monday 1st August at 11am.

CHROMA will never charge submission fees however to cover the cost of the space artists selected will be required to pay an exhibiting fee from the following sliding scale:

SMALL: An exhibiting space of approximately 50cm x 50cm – £20

MEDIUM: Approximately between 50cm x 50cm – 150cm x 150cm – £35

LARGE: Approximately over 150cm x 150cm – £50

If you wish to submit multiple pieces of work, please clearly state this in your submission. If we se-lect more than one piece of work, we will take the total collective size into account for pricing (i.e. a submission of three small pieces would be costed at the price of a ‘Large’ work – £50, rather than 3 x ‘Small’ – £60). If you are submitting multiple works but only wish to exhibit one piece, please state this clearly and we will select a singular piece, charging you the price according to its individual size.

Exhibition Information:

Private View: Thursday 28th July 6-9pm

Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July 12-7pm

The Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BA

London-based Art Magazine Accepting Submissions

Curieux Magazine is a London-based magazine accepting contributions and submissions. Read the submission guidelines here. The magazine encompass all aspects of visual art including photography, painting and design. Curieux always looking for new and regular contributors, including photographers, stylists, writers, illustrators and graphic designers.

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If you haven’t heard about it by now–we have a long list of art magazines and art blogs here.

Art Rooms London: #Artists Apply For 1 of 70 F+R+E+E Hotel Rooms to Exhibit Your Art

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ARTROOMS is a new concept in art exhibiting your art. Artists are free to create their own environment in a room in the prestigious Melia White House Hotel, London!

Artists apply now until December 15th for free rooms. Go to Art Rooms London site here and click on *APPLY* in top menu.

70 rooms on offer for you to exhibit YOUR WORK.. For FREE! Sign up for your chance to WIN!
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Gift Guide: Limited Edition Prints of City Landmarks, Florals, and Feng Shui Buddha Art

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If you are on the look-out for unique gifts–nothing does it quite like real art!

UK artist Clare Haxby–with studios in both Singapore and London– offers her beautifully packaged (unframed) fine art prints for international delivery in 3-10 days. The artist offers custom framing and delivery of framed prints in Singapore (only) in 10 days from when you place your print order.

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The artist’s feng shui Good Luck Buddha art prints could be the perfect gift for the home or office of your feng shui afficionado friend of family member. These feng shui Buddhas come in 4 styles–

Emerald Lotus Buddha represents enlightenment and self-acceptance, Scarlet Lotus Buddha enhances the feeling of being grounded and creative, the Emerald Mudra Buddha increases harmony and peace, Indigo Orchid Buddha awakens one’s intuition allowing in higher spiritual vibrations.

These Buddha art prints are not considered religious objects, but are viewed as images symbolizing good luck and well-being.

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Other Clare Haxby limited edition fine art prints to consider for gifts, include 7 prints in her floral botanical series, 9 prints available in her Equestrian series, and 19 available prints in her Singapore Landmarks and Skylines series.

With so many colorful art prints to choose from, perhaps you’d like to give a Clare Haxby gift card instead. A gift card allows your business associate, family member, friend or loved one to choose their favorite print.

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Clare Haxby gift card

 

“I know how special it feels to open a beautifully wrapped gift and that is why I take such great care with the presentation and packaging of my Fine Art Prints, from the crisp wrapping tissue to the beautiful ribbon and cylinder packaging.Clare Haxby 

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This Simple, Elegant Approach By A Photographer in Finland

We received this simple, elegant approach from photographer Anders Lönnfeldt–
“I hope you are having a great summer.
I want to share one of my latest Instagram photos with you. I mainly share my work on Instagram at the moment, since it works best for me. Feel free to follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/anderslonnfeldt/
Where do you share you work at the moment? Any great platforms that I maybe don’t know about?
Have a great summer:) Anders Lönnfeldt  http://www.anderslonnfeldt.com/ “
We really loved this, and the photo he sent (below). We replied to his question by letting him about Xposy Multimedia Magazine. Anders took a look at the feature articles on Xposy, many of contemporary musicians and photographers.  As it turns out, Anders has photographed many international recording artists! So we featured his work in an article on Xposy here.
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‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ Open Call to UK Artists Schwartz Gallery

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UK Artists, if you are making contemporary work, take a look at the past shows at Schwartz Gallery on their website. Or visit the gallery now. If your work fits, then the small fee to submit to this opportunity may get you in. If you are looking for more art galleries click here  and here.

‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ Open Call to Artists artists living and working in London and the U.K only.

Curated by Ismail Erbil

Deadline for applications: Thursday 21st May 2015

Exhibition dates: 03.06.15 – 04.07.2015
Gallery opening times: Thursday, Friday & Saturdays 1 – 6 pm or by  appointment

Whitechapel Gallery’s First Thursdays: 4th June & 2nd July 2015, 6 – 9 pm

‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ is a group show in an open call format curated by artist-curator Ismail Erbil that investigates the relationship between finished works and those found in the artist’s studios, thinking of this relationship as a type of excavation.   Re-visiting the studio in a gallery environment Erbil records and reconsiders curatorial relationships and questions the context of the gallery versus the studio revealing often hidden or unseen aspects of an artist’s practice. Displaying a sense of unearthed visions creates unorthodox sites of interaction between artworks, the gallery space and the viewer.  A large structure in the centre of the gallery references Joseph Beuys sculpture work ‘Fat Battery’ 1963 and Meret Oppenheim object 1936.  This investigation at Schwartz Gallery extends from Erbil’s ideas of ‘digging’ for minimalist visions, saturation and construction as a dimension of the artist’s role, questioning the act of erasing and displaying broken artworks.  The viewer will also have the option to be guided by the gallery assistants to link up finished objects with studio objects disrupting their process of engaging with the exhibition and shifting their role into that of active agent in the context of the exhibition as an installation.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:
Artists are encouraged to apply with work that responds to the above ideas of excavation, unearthed visions and the idea of finishes versus the unfinished.
If you would like to be part of ‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ please continue to the applications guidelines below:

KEY DATES:
Deadline for applications: Thursday 21st May 2015.  Selected artists announced on Schwartz Gallery website: Tuesday 26th May 2015
Private view: Wednesday 3rd June 6 – 8.30 p.m
Exhibition dates: 03/06/15 – 04/07/2015
Opening Hours: Thursday – Saturday 1 – 6 p.m or by appointment

FEES:
Application and processing fee: £12 (via paypal) per application of up to two artworks per artist.  The fee is non-refundable. Please include your PayPal Payment Reference Number when completing the ‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ application form.

GUIDELINES:
*‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ is open to artists living and working in London and the U.K only.
*Work across all media will be considered. There is no size restriction.
*Each applicant can submit up to two pieces of work, saved as JPG files no larger than 1MB per image ( 2 images in total maximum per applicant).
*Selecting studio objects by the selected artists will be the responsibility of the curator.  Artists should not to send images of studio objects but only of finished works.
*Each applicant should attach a one page CV when submitting their application (word doc or pdf).*No late submissions will be accepted.
*THE GALLERY WILL  NOT CONSIDER ARTISTS WORK WITH IMAGES LARGER THAN THE 1MB PER IMAGE LIMIT. THESE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
*All works must have been made since 2013.
*Applicants should be aged 18 and over at the time of applying.
*Number each image to correspond to the work list on the application form.
*Schwartz Gallery reserves the right to not display any artwork that is significantly different from the art that was accepted from the submission.
* Work submitted must be available and remain on display until the end of the exhibition with selected artists signing a consignment form.
*Work will need to be collected at the end of the exhibition (Selected artists will be contacted regarding the delivery and collection dates).  The gallery can arrange for work to be posted back to the artists as long as all costs and packaging have been covered by the artists.
*Artists are advised to insure their own works. The gallery will not be responsible for theft, loss or damage to their work.
*Once artists have delivered work, the hanging of the show will be the responsibility of the gallery. Exhibited works may be photographed for promotional purposes.The gallery reserves the right to extend the application deadline and re-schedule the exhibition dates.
Please e-mail your completed application form and all required support materials to info@schwartzgallery.co.uk with your name and ‘ex-ca-vate-site-two’ in the subject title.

http://www.schwartzgallery.co.uk/

Schwartz Gallery, Schwartz Wharf
92 White Post Lane, Ground floor, Building 2, London, E9 5GU
Copyright © 2015 Erbil.Michalopoulos, All rights reserved

New Art Magazine Accepting Submissions + More

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.DVYZE Magazine  on Twitter as @dvyze is in BETA.  This new San Francisco, California-based magazine will feature art, photography, fashion, music, film and more.

SUBMIT: editor@dvyze.com

To get an idea of the art they will publish, you can view a featured photo series –“Suds And Smiles”  by Samantha Fortenberry —here.

 

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Dupe Arts Zine, London, has a CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for ‘THE WILD ISSUE.’  The work must respond to the theme but it can be interpreted as literally or abstractly as you like.

Seeking:  Art, photography, illustration, collage, drawing, cartoons, short stories, poetry, articles.

Closes Friday 1 May 2015

DUPE independent arts zine is calling for submissions for its fourth publication and are looking for visual or written, original and creative material.

GUIDELINES :

Send your final piece of work to contactdupe@gmail.com

Please send all images high res 300 dpi.  Maximum 4 images

Please consider that the zine is Riso printed.  (i.e. not full colour)

For more information please visit their website.

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Find thousands more submission opportunities in our E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists —  here and here.

Get the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook here and here.

Get $5 OFF many of the #artistresources in both of our Artist Marketing Resources web stores here and here.

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New Art Podcast Launched In London Interviewing Artists and More

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One of the first art magazines to make it onto our extensive resource e-list, Flaneur has grown (as has our e-list). London-based Flaneur is now doing artist interviews as part of their new arts and culture podcast series.

If you would like to be interviewed for the show please send details of your current project to editor@flaneur.me.uk

Deadline: Sun Jan 11th, 2015 

More details here. Get the Flaneur free arts review podcast in iTunes–click image:

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Also on our e-list of Art Magazines and art blogs, is the ArtLyst  art information website in London which features up to date contemporary art news, reviews, exhibition and art fair news. Artlyst focuses on new and emerging art. Their new web2.0 Social Networking platform allows you to post your professional profile and exhibit your artwork in your own unique gallery. All galleries are curated, vetted and FREE. Submit Your Art To ArtLyst – Get Featured – Be Discovered. Send a link to your website along with a Biography /CV. Please Submit to submissions@artlyst.com

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imgfave app, a New Art Gallery, and a Call for Proposal Submissions

 

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In my daily research I’m always on the look out for opportunities for artists. In case you missed these found around the web this week:

The art gallery Haunch of Venison London closed not long ago and now the former gallery directors Ben Tufnell and Matt Watkins are launching a new gallery, Parafin, in Woodstock Street, Mayfair, London in September 2014. Founder of London gallery Master Piper, Nicholas Rhodes will join them on this new venture. The new Parafin will represent emerging artists and internationally established artists.

Find a 261 page list of clickable links to International Art Galleries here.

Deadline for proposal submissions for Project Anywhere 2015 program is September 1, 2014. Proposal guidelines can be found here.

Project Anywhere is an expanded exhibition model encompassing the entire globe in which the role of curator is replaced with a peer review system. Emphasizing art outside conventional exhibition circuits, Project Anywhere specifically promotes the work of artists at the outermost limits of location-specificity.

I added the imagfave free app to my iPad just this morning. imgfave seems to be a great site for sharing your art images large and getting others to share them on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest.  It’s easy to create a new account on imgfave and immediately upload your art, or try some cross-promotion with artist friends–upload one of their art images and have them upload one of yours.

ArtBelow Summer Show Now Open For Submissions

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Art Below is now accepting submissions for the Art Below Summer Show which marks the beginning of their collaboration with London’s West Bank Gallery in the heart of Notting Hill, London. The show asks artists to produce work based on the theme of the Summer Solstice.  Selected works will go on show at the West Bank Gallery for two weeks opening with a private view solstice party on the 21st of June.

At the same time ArtBelow will transform entire platforms and walkways of the London Underground into public gallery spaces where solstice themed work will be featured as  billboard posters at nearby major underground stations (Westbourne Park and Ladbroke Grove).   Sign up here for information on how to take part.

 

Open Call for interactive multimedia, performance, video, and sound artists

Animamus Art Salon: A Living Gallery London

Open Call for interactive multimedia, performance, video, and sound artists
Deadline: 24 October 2013
Application fee: £10

Animamus Art Salon is currently seeking artists working in performance, video, and sound art to get involved in Animamus Art Salon: A Living Gallery London.

For the month of October 2013, Animamus Art Salon will be turning Apiary Studios into a playful and flexible community space for international artists and locals while offering programmed events all free of charge and open to the public.

Be a part of a unique collaborative art experiment, there is nothing else like this happening anywhere in London.  Get your work seen by an international audience and participate in our month of live art events.

Happenings will occur every evening in October, but not all projects will be accepted.

To apply:

Please go to http://www.animamusartsalon.com/open-call and follow the directions for submission of work samples

About Animamus Art Salon:

Animamus Art Salon was created by Ventiko in 2011 in New York City, with the mission to create a safe, supportive and inspiring environment for artists of all mediums to debut and discuss their current work while encouraging audience participation and simultaneously enabling a performance of ideas, which can not be repeated. Animamus Art Salon seeks, in this digital age, to create a physical meeting space that will serve to foster the exchange of ideas, facilitate discourse, and create a sense of community.

 

New Art Gallery Opens in Little Venice, London, UK

Thomas and Paul Contemporary, a new art gallery in the Little Venice district of London, opened their first exhibition featuring highlights from some of the artists that they will be working with over the next 12 months. This exhibition will run until the 28th September.
The gallery space is set over three different rooms, including a reading room of art books, magazines and free coffee. 
In October the gallery will be hosting an exhibition titled An Abstract View and simultaneously launching a new publication, also titled  An Abstract View  by art writer and critic Richard Unwin. The publication looks at the history and value of abstract art and includes interviews with abstract artists who will be participating in the exhibition.

More Art Sold Online than in Brick and Mortar Galleries

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According to this BBC article, more art is sold online than in galleries. This is the first I’ve read of this. Over the past few years there has been an ongoing debate, and even a snobbery perhaps against online galleries. It seems the tides have turned!

Read this article, including a quote regarding Saatchi online gallery sales vs physical gallery sales—http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23054641

PLEASE NOTE: Keep trying the links–you may receive an error message, but you will get through to the article if you keep trying.

Converse-Dazed Emerging Artists Award 2013

Fad site announced that for the fourth year in a row, Converse and Dazed are offering a prize of £5000 to one UK artist and £1000 to the selected runners-up in their Emerging Artist Award, as well as an opportunity to be part of the award exhibition. Read the entire article–http://www.fadwebsite.com/2013/05/14/artist-opportunity-call-for-entries-dazed-emerging-art-award-2013/

Annual 5 International Artist Grants: Application Deadline June 15th

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Annually, the Lepsien Art Foundation accepts applications for their International Grant Program, as this grant schedule 2013/14, for ‘Emerging Talents’ in Fine Art. A total five grants will be awarded to international artists in the disciplines of Painting, Sculpture and Photography.

Artists can apply annually,  beginning 1st of April. This year 2013, the deadline for applications is  the 15th of June. Usually more time is allowed for applicants to submit, but  due to high number of applications last year, the application period has been reduced.  For the first time, the foundation has a dedicated online application tool for all artists applying for the program on their website: http://www.lepsien-art-foundation.com/

Basic criteria for the application:
The candidates must already have a degree from a recognized national or international art college/university and must have already gained some first public recognition (e.g. exhibitions, publications, etc.).  Applicants should not be older than 39 years at the time of applying for the grant program.

An integral part of the grant program is the provision of studio spaces in the Art House Düsseldorf, Germany (http://www.the-art-house.eu/) where the five awarded artists will work together for the period of the program. Furthermore the program includes the production and publication of limited art editions (Edition Lepsien Art Foundation) jointly with all grant holders. At the end of the grant program a joint exhibition of all artists will take place and an annual catalogue will be published with the Kerber Group in connection with the final exhibition.

Call for Artist Submissions for Solo Exhibition at WW Gallery

THE DEADLINE: midnight on 20th June 2013
THE AWARD: a solo exhibition at WW Gallery in January 2014, £1000 prize money, a group show in August 2013, 3 months mentoring.

Artists, WW invites you to submit your work for consideration for their 2013 SOLO award. There is a simple online application to complete. The selection process involves looking at just the work itself, (no names or CVs are seen by the judges). Below is more information on what it’s all about, who the judges are, as well as feedback from the artists and judges who made last year’s award so successful. If you have further questions, please visit the website.

Now in its second year, the WW SOLO Award is a structured opportunity created to provide support and development for contemporary artists working in any medium and at all stages of their career. Unlike other contemporary art awards, the SOLO Award is inclusive, with a focus that stretches further than new graduates, believing that artists can be ’emerging’ at any age.

This year the winner will be selected by a distinguished panel of judges, including Alison Wilding (Turner Prize-nominated sculptor and Royal Academician), Charlotte Mullins (art historian, writer, broadcaster and editor for Art Quarterly), Ceri Hand (Director of Ceri Hand Gallery), and Gill Saunders (Senior Curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum). The winner of the SOLO Award will receive prize money of £1000 and a solo exhibition at the gallery in January 2014. Longlisted artists will be exhibited in a group exhibition this coming August 2013.

WW is one of London’s leading contemporary artist-run spaces with a reputation for consistently forward-thinking and innovative projects. Spread across 1200 square feet of sky-lit rooms, the exhibition space, shop and lounge are in the heart of Hatton Garden, Clerkenwell, conveniently located between Farringdon and Chancery Lane tube stations.

For further information and to apply, visit: www.wilsonwilliamsgallery.com

Artist Sold a Portrait At A Small Art Fair, Now It Is Valued at 200-300,000 UK Pounds

Wife Of Famous Poet Was Quite The Art Collector… (via http://kindle-2-ereader.com)

LONDON — It’s the collection that “Cats” built. A multimillion-dollar trove of works by artists including J.M.W. Turner, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and Winston Churchill that were owned by poet T.S. Eliot’s widow will be sold in London later this year, Christie’s auction house announced…

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