Review our guidelines to help you with your entries
Are you ready to introduce your art to the world in a distinguished and internationally renowned setting? If so, it’s time to take that next step and enter your work.
To improve your chances, please follow The Asian Contemporary Art Competition guidelines outlined below. If after reviewing the guidelines you still have questions, we ask that you visit the competition FAQ page.
All images and entry fees must be received before May 4th 2022.
Painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital, printing, and mixed media are eligible. Please note that all submitted artwork must be available for sale.
Video art, film, performance art, jewelry, and crafts are not eligible.
- Two-dimensional artwork dimensions cannot be larger than 75 x 85 inches (192 x 218 centimeters)
- Three-dimensional artwork (i.e., sculptures) cannot be larger than 72 x 72 x 24 inches (184 x 184 x 61 centimeters)
The competition is open for Asian, Asian diaspora artists and artists residing in Asia at any stage of their careers. Click here to view the complete competition terms.
- Image files of your artwork in JPG format
- Title, dimensions and medium of each artwork
There is a $25 entry fee for up to 5 images in this category. There will be a charge of $5 for each additional image.
Classical Exhibition Category:
There is a $45 entry fee for up to 5 images in this category. There will be a charge of $5 for each additional image.
Note that once you have paid, your entry is complete and you will be unable to make changes or submit additional images to your complete and paid entry.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners and PayPal.
Competition Terms and Conditions
To read our complete terms and conditions, click here. Please note that selected artists for the collective exhibition award are responsible for arrangements and costs connected to shipping to and from the gallery and for insuring the artwork while it is in transit.
Art submitted to the competition will be reviewed by a rotating panel of expert jurors, each representing a different field in the art world, ensuring a fair and balanced selection process.
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