Show Your Art in Art Seen Magazine from The Curator’s Salon

Show Your Art in Art Seen Magazine from The Curator’s Salon

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, September 12, 2021

Travel and exhibiting internationally might not be an option as we ease out of lockdown but it doesn’t mean you cannot show your art.

Can you imagine how it would feel to see your art in a curated art publication?

The magazine brings together artists and art world professionals.

Including:

Artists features
Artists interviews
Studio visits

Submit to Art Seen:

Keep showing your art
Reach an audience beyond your own following
See your art in a fresh publication

Details:

Applications close 12 September 2021.

There is a non-refundable £30 ($41.57) fee for the submission.
Minimum 3 images of your work are required for the submission.

The magazine will be available in print and digital format internationally in November 2021.

It is distributed through Amazon in all locations worldwide. Check out the first edition of Art Seen here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B094LCQD4H/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Note:

Open to artists around the world. Not suitable for artists working in the following areas – video, performance, moving image. Preference for this round is artists working in the following areas – Painting, printmaking, mixed media collage, fine art photography, fiber art and sculpture.

Link to submit: https://curatorssalon.wufoo.com/forms/wtfra1b1sdhoxu/

Hazziza Abdullah
Hazziza Abdullah
My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the relevance of craft, specifically ceramics and fiber arts, by creating a conversation between the two mediums. Displaying a fascination with the way fiber marks clay, my ceramics exhibit just how subtle those marks can be.
Jennifer Johnson
Jennifer Johnson

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the…

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the relevance of craft, specifically ceramics and fiber arts, by creating a conversation…

My artwork talks quietly about the underlying significance of the domestic sphere on artist production. It argues for the relevance of craft, specifically ceramics and fiber arts, by creating a conversation between the two…

Rachel Zimmerman is an InLiquid artist
Rachel Zimmerman
Rachel Zimmerman

Rachel Zimmerman is an InLiquid artist…

Rachel Zimmerman is an InLiquid artist…

Rachel Zimmerman is an InLiquid artist…

Teresa Shields
Teresa Shields
Gary Grissom
Gary Grissom
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