Asian Contemporary Fine Art Competition

Asian Contemporary Fine Art Competition

Deadline: December 1, 2020
Entry Fee: from $25 to $45
Prizes: $500, participation in the exhibition

The Competition is an ideal way to exhibit your talent to a wider international audience. With a distinguished panel of jurors and more than $55,000 in valuable prizes, it is open to visual artists from Asia.

Eligibility

The competition is open for Asian, Asian diaspora artists and artists residing in Asia at any stage of their careers.

Accepted Media

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Photography
  • Digital
  • Printing
  • Mixed Media

Please note that all submitted artwork must be available for sale.

Awards

  • Classical Exhibition
    Twenty Five (25) artists will be selected to display three or more artworks as part of the group exhibition.
  • Digital Display Category
    Ten (10) artists will be awarded the presentation of their artwork as part of the slideshow on our monitor during the exhibition and their work will be presented on our partner’s website, Agora Gallery, as part of the group exhibition.
  • Art Fair
    One (1) artist will be awarded with the participation in an Art Fair.
  • Cash Prizes
    Five (5) artists will be awarded a cash prize of $500 each.
  • Online Promotion
    Five (5) artists will be awarded one year of exposure on ARTmine.com, which includes an artist statement composed by ARTmine’s talented art writers.

Jurors

Art submitted to the competition will be reviewed by a rotating panel of expert jurors, each representing a different field in the art world, ensuring a fair and balanced selection process.

Tets Ohnari is a contemporary Japanese sculptor who lives in Prague, Czech Republic. He has exhibited sculptures and installation works in several countries using various materials such as glass, stone, and wood. Influenced by his father who is also a sculptor, he has been exposed to artistic practices since his childhood. Hailing from this background, he works with the relationship between the intrinsic value of “things” other than human beings, such as insects, grass, stones, and trees, and the space in which they exist.

A.V. Ilango is an established, self-taught artist and sculptor from Bangalore. As he was brought up in a rural setting, Ilango uses these memories as inspirations that inform his artworks and influence his rich colour palette. His works depict Indian characters, culture, religion and rituals presented as part of everyday-life. Apart from human figures, the artist has been studying the most familiar of the Indian animals – the bull, the motif having been an integral part of primitive, folk and classical Indian art. The artworks are rendered with angular brush strokes that suggest an energy, thus reflecting the energy of the bulls.

Entry Fee

Digital Category

  • $25 for up to 5 images
  • $5 for each additional image

Classical Exhibition Category

  • $45 for up to 5 images
  • $5 for each additional image

 



Rate article
Pixcontests