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Call to Artists for 2nd Annual International Juried Open Call for Art - Large Cash Prize

Artists Wanted : Year in Review is Open for Submissions. Enter by December 31

Artists Wanted : Year In Review is a juried, international all-medium-encompassing open call for art. You are invited to take part in a mission to present a range of technique, style and narrative that captures the best emerging artists of 2011.
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Let 2012 be the Year the World Sees Your Art. The second of an annual series, Artists Wanted : Artists Wanted : Year In Review is an international open call for Painting, Sculpture & Installation, Photography, Design & Illustration, Motion & Sound, and more, with a mission to present one selected visionary at SCOPE Art Show, the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and one of the most influential presences in the expanding global art market. Our goal is simple – to find amazing talents and expose them to the world in the most potent way possible. Learn more >>


The Grand Prize Package
One artist, determined by the Grand Prize jury, will be selected to receive:

  • An exclusive booth at SCOPE New York 2012, next to the top figures in the global art scene
  • $15,000 cash grant, including $10,000 to spend however you want and $5,000 toward production of the booth
  • A printed feature in a limited edition Year in Review book
  • Printed inclusion in the SCOPE New York 2012 catalog distributed at the fair
  • A publicity campaign in New York City promoting you and your work

The People’s Choice Award
The public will cast their vote and the artist with the most viewed and highest voted portfolio will receive:

  • 1 Month in a New York City Luxury Apartment this Summer 2012
  • $2,500 cash grant
  • International exposure via a feature published by Artists Wanted

The Category Awards
The jury panel will select six artists who will each receive inclusion in a Group Exhibition at SCOPE NY 2012, a $500 grant, an online feature published by Artists Wanted, a printed inclusion in the SCOPE New York 2012 catalogdistributed at the fair and a printed feature in a limited edition Year in Review book. These six artists will be chosen in the following categories:

  • Painting
  • Sculpture & Installation
  • Works on Paper
  • Photography
  • Design & Illustration
  • Motion & Sound

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PLUS: Selected artists will be printed in a limited edition Year in Review book!




Get your work reviewed by leaders in the industry. Entries will be reviewed in consideration for the Grand Prize and Category Awards by an esteemed panel of jurors:

  • Alexis Hubshman, Founder of SCOPE Art Show
  • Mollie White, Show Director of SCOPE Art Show
  • James Jenkin, Executive Director of Printed Matter
  • Jayme McLellan Director and Founder of Civilian Art Projects
  • Michael Royce Executive Director of New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
  • Fran Wu Giarratano Exhibitions Manager of Independent Curators International (ICI)
  • Eve Schillo Curatorial Assistant at Los Angeles Country Museum of Art (LACMA)
  • Nadja Sayej Host & producer of ArtStars*
  • Eva Kaczor Publisher & Editor of ARTberlin.de
  • Elizabeth Ann Macgregor Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney (MCA)
  • Sam Barzilay Director & Founding Member of New York Photo Festival

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