Open Call – Contemporary British Painting Prize 2021


The Contemporary British Painting Prize Exhibition 2021 will be selected from an open call for contemporary painters working in the British Isles. The prize is in two stages: shortlisting for the exhibition; and judging. A minimum of twelve artists will be shortlisted to exhibit by a panel of four painter members of the artist-led group Contemporary British Painting. The shortlisted artists will each receive a £100 exhibitor’s fee. The winner will receive £2000, an essay on their work written by Matthew Burrows MBE, an invitation to become a member of Contemporary British Painting as well as a selector for the CBP Prize 2022. Entry is open to all artists over 18 living and working in the British Isles. There is a submission fee of £20.

Expires: September 5, 2021

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