Contemporary Talents Competition

Website: http://www.fondationfrancoisschneider.org/en/category/talents-contemporains/presentation-talents-contemporains/

Through the competition  “Contemporary Talents” competition, François Schneider Foundation wishes to support creative artists by acquiring their works and showing them at the Foundation’s center of art. The theme of the competition is Water. This competition is open to candidates of all nationalities, all ages, and in all disciplines of the plastic and visual arts. For installations and sculptures, the artists have the possibility of submitting either an existing work or a project. For other disciplines, only existing work may be presented. A maximum of 7 prize-winners will be selected, who will each receive 20,000 Euros for the acquisition of their work.

 

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Expires: October 1, 2017


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