ING Discerning Eye 2020

Website: https://thediscerningeye.artopps.co.uk/

The ING Discerning Eye is calling for entries for a brand-new edition in 2020. The show gives artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a unique virtual exhibition and win a range of prizes, including the ING Purchase Prize, worth £5,000. The ING Discerning Eye 2020 is open to all artists resident in the UK. Artists may register to enter up to six works for consideration by the Selection Panel. The following entry fees apply One work – £10, Two works – £20, Three works – £30, Four works – £40, Five works – £50, Six works – £60

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Expires: October 1, 2020


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