YICCA 20/21 – International Contest of Contemporary Art

Website: https://yicca.org/en/view/announcement

YICCA is an international call for artists, open to professionals from any country in the world. All contemporary artworks are accepted including: drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, graphics, mix media, video, installations and performances. The competition’s aim is to promote the enrolled artist, giving them chance to join the international market of contemporary art. From the 18 artists that will participate in the final exhibition two selected winners will win cash prizes (1st Place €3000 and 2nd Place €1000). The subscription fees depend on the number of submitted works: 1 €45, 2 €75, 3 €105, 4 €125, 5 €140, 6 €150.

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Expires: October 30, 2020


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