Prix de Print, Due: July 15

The Prix de Print, Due July 15

The Art in Print Prix de Print is a bi-monthly printmaking competition in which an outside juror a single work to be the subject of an article in Art in Print.

It was established in September 2013 to offer print artists—with or without gallery affiliation—the opportunity to have their work seen by a global audience of curators, collectors and peers, and to be discussed within a context of serious art criticism and history. Jurors include artists, curators, printers, publishers and dealers from around the world. Judging is done “blind” (the juror does not have access to the artists’ names) and the majority of winners have never shown before in the journal.

The Prix de Print is open to all Art in Print subscribing members.

Who can enter?
We can accept one submission per subscription per issue. The subscriber can be an artist, publisher, printshop, gallery or other organization.

How do I submit?
Send your image (2000px wide @ 300dpi) to pdp[at] along with the following information in the body of the email. Please do NOT send PDFs:

Artist Name, Title of Work, (Year)
Edition size
Printer/printshop and publisher (incl. city), Price and where the work is available
Subscription Name (if different from artist name, as for example, a library)
Optional short paragraph (200 words or less) describing your process or concerns. Please do not include the name of the artist in this text. If your work is selected, we will contact you for further information.
Submissions need to state explicitly that the submitter is the copyright holder or has permission from the copyright holder, and that Art in Print has permission to reproduce the image in print and online.

When to enter:
The deadline is the middle of every odd-numbered month: 15 January, 15 March, 15 May, 15 July, 15 September, 15 November.

Do I have to be a subscriber to submit?
Yes. Art in Print is a not-for-profit organization and we depend on member support for all our programs. Subscriptions start at $38.


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