Wknd Update: A Fine Art Competition


Second blog post for today. I just received this information later last week from Carolina Carilo, Competitions Coordinator for New York Art Competitions. For anyone interested, please read below…


New York Art Competitions are pleased to announce the opening of the Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition. Fine artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain, Portugal, the Latin American diaspora, and artists residing in any of the above are invited to submit their works for a chance to be selected for promotional awards designed to boost their careers.

This year’s awards include participation in a collective exhibition in New York, an Art Fair, cash prizes, and online promotion.
Painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital, printing, and mixed media are eligible, while all submitted artwork must be available for sale.

All entries will be reviewed by our esteemed juror, Angel Bellaran, Director of Operations of the Masters in Curatorial Practice Program, School of Visual Arts, New York.
Submissions are accepted from July 26th
to April 13th, 2021.


New York Art Competitions have been representing the very best in contemporary art for the past 35 years. With a total fund of over $100,000, we seek great, talented artists in various kinds of mediums and offer major exposure opportunities that lead to international acclaim.

Thousands of entries have been attracted over the years from countries all around the globe, making the New York Art Competitions a prestigious organization established for the Arts.
For questions or clarifications, please contact us at latam@nyartcompetitions.com or visit our website.

Click on the links above to get all the information you need to enter. May the best creative win!

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