Competitions A Show of Heads
International Deadline: August 31, 2017 – SlowArt Productions presents the annual group thematic exhibition, A Show of Heads. Open to all artists working in any media, this exhibition will include all interpretations and portrayals of the human head, from the traditional to the abstract and conceptual. All visions of the head, including partial and multiple heads, will be reviewed and considered.
Winning artists will be featured in a group exhibition at the New York’s Limner Gallery, October 18 – November 11, 2017. The exhibition will also be displayed on the Limner Gallery web site, Facebook page and Instagram.
ELIGIBILITY AND RESTRICTIONS
The competition is open to all artists, national and international, working in all media. All forms of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphics, digital and installation art, video, etc. are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. Wall mounted works must not be taller than 72″ no wider than 120″. Sculptural work must fit through a 36″ wide entry door.
All works in the show must be for sale. The gallery will take a 30 percent commission on all sales. Sale price is determined by the artist.
There is a $35.00 entry fee for one to four artworks entered, presentation is by digital JPG image files. There is a $5.00 fee for each additional artwork above four. Details of 2D artwork count as an additional artwork. Sculptors may provide one additional view per artwork without cost. Artists accepted to exhibit will not be charged additional fees of any kind.
IMAGE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Visit the ‘A Show of Heads’ website for complete details. All entries are via email or by mail or web post with direct html link. Email files must be in JPG format.
Artists will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance no later than September 30, 2017.
Email questions to email@example.com.
Highly regarded SlowArt operates the Limner Gallery, a fine art gallery founded by Slowinski in Manhattans East Village in 1987. SlowArt also publishes the fine art magazine, ‘Direct Art’, distributed to a world wide audience in the fall of each year.