ING Discerning Eye Exhibition: Call for entries 2018

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition: Call for entries 2018

It's time to enter the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, what do you need to know and how can you apply? Let us help you with that...

Firstly, this competition is open to all residents in the UK. If you haven't got a piece of work in mind to submit, the online pre-registration is open until 28th August 2018. Entries in London can be done on the 7th and 8th of September 2018. 

There is a variety of selectors from artists, to collectors, to critics. There will be a mixture of publicly submitted work and personally invited artists, allowing artists to mix and come together whether you're a professional or a hobbiest. 

An interesting aspect about this competition is each selectors work will be hung separately within the exhibition, allowing each section to have a clear identity. I like this idea because I imagine your work will be along side art that will compliment yours well. 

The only restriction is artwork size, they request you only send in small artworks. This is a maximum of 50cm in any dimension. You can submit up to six pieces and can use any mediums you desire. The selections are made in September so you don't have a long wait! It will cost you £15 per work. 

Saul Leiter Sketchbook - Ian Robinson

"All works must be for sale and the Discerning Eye's commission helps to fund our activities."

This is a great opportunity to meet artists and get your work out there, for more information please head to the Discerning Eye website

Tides Out - Lucy Marks 

See previous submissions by clicking this link.

Jessie Crook
Jessie Crook


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