Aesthetica Art Prize 2023

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Aesthetica Art Prize 2023

Aesthetica Art Prize 2023 now is over!

Aesthetica Art Prize 2023: The Aesthetica Art Prize 2023, international competition for artist organized by Aesthetica Magazine, that celebrate excellence in art from across the world, has been recently announced for entries and like every year invites all emerging and established artists from around the world to participate.

Short description

The Aesthetica Magazine recently has announced 2023 edition of its Aesthetica Art Prize, international competition for artist that celebrate excellence in art from across the world, offering both emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider audience, and further their engagement with the international art world.

The Art Prize is open to works in any genre, in any media, and on any theme. However, the organiser is particularly interested in works that reflect upon our ever changing world.

They accept entries from artists at all stages of their careers, and celebrate creativity in all its forms, including Painting and Drawing, Video, Installation and Performance, Photography, Digital Art & Installation, Artists’ Film and more.

There are no set categories, however you will be required to select the relevant discipline on the entry form. You are welcome to submit work on any subject.

Aesthetica Magazine is looking for work that demonstrates innovation and creativity. They are looking for pieces that challenge us – that redefine the parameters of contemporary art and compel audiences.

The 100 artists will be longlisted, out of which a selection of artists are shortlisted. If you are a shortlisted artist, you will be asked to supply artwork for the exhibition in York, UK.

Who may enter?

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2023 is open to all practitioners working at any level, including students.

Prize:

The Main Prize winner will receive £10,000, and the Emerging Prize Winner will receive £1,000, as well as a group exhibition, and publications within an inspiring anthology for 100 shortlisted practitioners.

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