The Baron Prize 2022 now is over!
The Baron Prize, a biannual award, which recognizes artists, photographers and filmmakers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality and identity politics has been recently announced for entries in its 2022 edition.
This is the 4th edition of The Baron Prize, a biannual award, which recognises artists, photographers and filmmakers who have created projects investigating gender, sex, sexuality and identity politics.
Submissions can be previously published or exhibited work. You should also submit an artist statement in the application, contextualising the work, introducing your concept and lines of investigation. The artist statement should unpack how the construction of the project is aligned with your concept.
The fourth edition of the Baron Prize is judged by Richard Kern, Yushi Li, Ethan James Green, Ted Stansfield.
➜ You need to submit only 1 work, saved as JPEG, max 6MB + Artists Statement (max. 1000 words). The artist statement must include the title of the work and describe what you have submitted, why you have made it and the meaning of the work. It must also describe a rational behind the construction of the submission. If you submit the film you need to send the link.
The winners will be announced in June 2022.
The Baron Prize is open to artists, filmmakers, photographers working in any medium and from anywhere in the world, over the age of 18.
The winners prize is GBP 1000 and a BGP 1000 gift certificate to spend at Baron Books.
Entry fee is 20 GBP.