Celeste Prize 2017 Contemporary Art Competition now is over!
Celeste Prize 2017, an international contemporary arts prize which supports quality work by emerging artists in a worldwide, talent scouting environment, recently has opened entries for 9th international contemporary art competition dedicate to all emerging and mid-career artists.
The Celeste Prize art competition is hosted annually and receives thousands of entries from almost every part of the world.
This is an international contemporary arts prize which supports quality work by emerging artists in a worldwide, talent scouting environment. Every year thousands of artists use the Prize to promote their works and their careers.
This year it has reached its 9th edition, confirming the validity of ideas at its heart: credibility, open selections and top curators.
Works submitted do not necessarily have to have been exhibited before. There is no special subject, title or theme required for participating works, and they can range from being figurative to abstract, from conceptual to participatory to performance.
A dynamic team of international curators and critics have been invited for their competence and the quality of their work in the field of Contemporary Art. Their selections are a guarantee to artists entering the prize, that their artwork will be judged impartially by top professionals.
This year’s team of international selectors is led by Fatoş Üstek, independent curator and writer based in London.
Entry fees for this competition are:
• 50 Euro for a single work, 40 Euro for each additional work
• 90 Euro for a project (10 works), 70 Euro for each additional project
• 30 Euro for a super-young work, for under 26 year olds
Discounts on entry fees with Premium membership.
Who can participate? ⇣
Open to any person practicing art, either as a full-time or part-time professional or student, or as a self-taught artist from anywhere in the world. There is no age limit for applicants and the prize is open to all artists whatever their qualifications, with or without experience of public or private exhibitions.