Mellow Art Award 2020 now is over!
Mellow Art Award 2020: Organised by Mellow, in partnership with Bijutsutecho, Mellow Art Award 2020 once again is looking for artworks to be distributed worldwide through the “Mellow” app.
Organised by Mellow , in partnership with Bijutsutecho (the most famous art magazine in Japan), the Mellow Art Award 2020 is looking for artworks to be distributed worldwide through the “Mellow” app.
’Mellow’ is an app which provides a happy, relaxing, and inspirational experience for people with busy daily lives. ’Mellow’ delivers not only fine art from museums around the world, but also works by young and emerging artists from Asia. (The ’Mellow’ app will be available in U.S. in November 2020, and planned to expand globally)
’Mellow’ users receive artworks every day based on their preference and save their favorite ones. For artists, they can spread their artworks globally to reach supporters globally via ’Mellow’. Would you like to relax and inspire the world with your artworks? They are awaiting your application for Mellow Art Award 2020. Submission guidelines:
➜ Artworks to Mellow with touches of Asia
➜ Plane surface artworks
➜ Static images such as oil painting, water painting, drawing, photo, and pictures etc. (Videos are not accepted). Images of 3D/installation are accepted, but will be displayed as static images on the Mellow app
➜ No dimensional regulations. Please be aware the artworks would be featured on the smartphone application
➜ Either published or unpublished artworks are accepted
➜ Multiple artworks can be submitted
➜ You need to send image vertical or horizontal more than 700px, saved as jpg, png, tiff file, max 20Mb.
The winners will be announced Mid Jan, 2021.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
This competition is open to all ages, nationalities, professionals and amateurs. If a gallery manages your artworks, approval from the gallery or application by gallery is recommended.
• 200,000 JPY (approx. 1,910 USD)
• Feature article on Bijutsutecho.com
• Advertisement in contemporary art magazine frieze